This Weeks Events at DCPS’s April 23 – 27
The list below is provided so parents and those interested can see what is happening at the various schools in the Daviess County System. Some events are open for parents and the public to attend. Others are school events only.
Studies show that when parents and guardians ask students about the days school activities kids do better in school. By showing interest in what happens during your childs time at school you demonstrate the teamwork between staff and parents. Your support at home is just as important as the professionals who instruct your children.
Audubon Elementary School Caleb York
300 Worthington Road 852-7150
- Tuesday, Apr 24th
Career Day 4th and 5th grade – Students will talk with various professionals as they discuss their careers and how the students can achieve their life goals.
- Thursday, Apr 26th
Volunteer Breakfast 7:00 – 7:30 – Audubon will be honoring volunteers who have dedicated time to help the students and staff of Audubon.
- Kenergy Energy Presentations (K-3) –Kenergy will be presenting various topics on electricity.
- Friday, Apr 27th
Bike Safety Rodeo 4th and 5th Grade—Kosair’s Hospital will be teaching 4th and 5th grade students bike safety. Students will learn the importance of helmets as well as how to safely ride bikes on the road.
Deer Park Elementary School Cindy Galloway
4959 New Hartford Road 852-7270
Monday, April 23
- MAP Math Testing all week
- STLP 2:30-3:15
Thursday, April 26
- Christ Club 2:30-3:15
- Run/Walk Club 2:30-3:15
Friday, April 27
- Monthly Awards Assembly 1:00pm
Highland Elementary School Anita Newman
2909 Leitchfield Road 852-7370
Tuesday, April 24
- KPREP (State testing) Code of Ethics and Inclusion training will be conducted today.
Wednesday, April 25
- Progress Reports go home today!
Tamarack Elementary School Allison Coomes
1733 Tamarack Road 852-7550
Monday – MAP testing begins for our students.
Tuesday – Kindergarten performs “Getting Down with Mother Goose” at 1:15 and 6:00 pm
Thursday – 9:00 1st and 2nd Graders to the Botanical Gardens