News Stories

DJUSD Preschool Enrollment for 2024-2025 School year
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Brand new preschool campus facility coming to Korematsu Elementary as part of DJUSD Bond Program
Virtual Community Outreach Presentation Available- Community feedback period open until July 26, 2020
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Brand New Preschool Campus Facility coming to Korematsu Elementary as Part of DJUSD Bond Program
Thanks to the Bond Program, most DJUSD Valley Oak preschool classrooms will be relocated to a brand new preschool facility being built at Korematsu Elementary.
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Distance Learning Begins April 13
Visit the DJUSD website for our Family Guide to Distance Learning.
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Welcome our new teacher!
Welcome maria
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March and April
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District News

Excessive Heat Information
A heat advisory is in effect for our area from July 10-11.
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District Office Summer Hours
Summer hours will be in effect through July 31.
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New Strategic Plan Website!
Learn more about our Year 1 work and plans for Year 2.
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Thank you for a great school year!
Superintendent Best's end of year message to the community!
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Happy Pride Month!
Pride Month is a time to recognize and celebrate that school is a place that celebrates diversity.
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Congratulations to our DACE Grads!
Our Davis Adult and Community Ed Students crossed the stage on May 29!
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Latinos Unidos Celebrates Their Graduates
Congratulations to our graduates!
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Flyer distribution closed for the summer
We will resume flyer distribution in September 2024.
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May PEP Talk - Blending Modern and Traditional Parenting
This workshop will describe strategies for blending two styles of parenting.
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YouthTruth Family Survey - Nov. 17 Deadline
Share your thoughts on your student’s experience in DJUSD
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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
May marks Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!
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At the Children's Center, children learn best through hands-on activities and experiences. It is important that children be allowed to explore their environment. Learning is not just following what others do; it is successfully doing it yourself. This requires active thinking and experimenting to find out how things work and to learn first hand about the world we live in.