Davis Middle School

Davis Middle School


Attention 8th grade students attending this year's DC/NYC trip-

We are closing in on embarking on this once-in-a-lifetime experience! Only 39 days until we are in the air! I hope that you're as excited as I am for this trip. This email is to let you know about a meeting that we will be having on Wednesday, May 8th at 6:00 pm at Davis Middle School in Room 203. The purpose of this meeting is to go over the trip itinerary, provide travel information, sign up for carpooling, and to answer any questions that you may have. I will also provide some of the suggestions, rules, and guidelines that I have as the trip leader. My hope is that everyone will be able to make it. If for some reason you have a conflict, please stop by my room to collect the materials handed out at the meeting. The meeting should only take about 30-45 minutes. For some of the students on this email, I do not have your parents' email addresses. Would you either forward this message to them or show them at home? Thanks for being such supportive parents! Can't wait for June 3rd!

Best Regards,

Brad Francis
Making Davis Middle School "the place to be" even in the summer time. With Chris Brown and Bren Payne.
Making Davis Middle School "the place to be" even in the summer time. With Chris Brown and Bren Payne.
Davis Middle School’s CyberDivas CyberPatriot Team achieves 2nd place in Wyoming’s ​state round. Team members are Morgan Blair, Kelsey Carter, and Kiya Medina-Cox. Coached by Adrienne Unertl.

Established by the Air Force Association, the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Education Program was created to excite, educate, and motivate students toward careers in cyber security and other science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation’s future.

CyberPatriot’s core program – the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition – challenges teams of students across the United States, Canada, and from DoDD schools abroad, to find and resolve cybersecurity vulnerabilities in simulated environments. Top teams from the preliminary online rounds earn all-expenses-paid trips to Baltimore, Md., for the live National Finals Competition, where students compete for national recognition.

The CyberPatriot field is divided into three divisions – the Open Division for public, private, and home school teams, the All Service Division for JROTC, Civil Air Patrol, and Naval Sea Cadet Corps teams, and the Middle School Division.

In all, 5,584 teams registered to compete in CyberPatriot X, with 646 middle school teams competing. Led by Coach Adrienne Unertl, the team of students from DavisMiddle School excelled in the CyberPatriot X Middle School Division qualification rounds, demonstrating teamwork, critical thinking skills, and technical knowledge key to a successful career in cybersecurity, achieving 2nd place in the state round.

“The girls learned so much about cybersecurity, how to secure an operating system, working together, and got to explore operating systems that they never heard of such as Ubuntu.” –Coach Adrienne Unertl

More information is available at www.uscyberpatriot.org or from the CyberPatriot staff at [email protected].

The Air Force Association is a non-profit, independent, professional military and aerospace education association. Our mission is to promote a dominant United States Air Force and a strong national defense, and to honor Airmen and our Air Force Heritage.
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May 21, 2020

Dear Davis Middle School Students and Parents,

We are getting ready to end Week Six of our online learning and next week will be our last week before summer break. We started with over 95% of students participating and will end at the same level. Our students, teachers, and parents have earned an award for the amazing support, commitment, and dedication we have seen over the last six weeks. I thank each of you for making this not only possible, but a positive experience that none of us will ever forget.

I am optimistic that we will be back to school on August 24th, 2020 with smiles and an attitude of being the very best middle school in Wyoming. We wish our eighth graders the very best as they move on to Evanston High School as the Phoenixes to make their mark. I am so excited to have a new crop of sixth graders. Reports are that they are an amazing group.

As we go into the final week of school, I will remind everyone that we still have classes to check in with. If you are missing any work, your teachers have given the end of this week and all of next week to get work caught up. Governor Gordon and State Superintendent Julian Balow are still expecting all students to be checking in with their teachers each day. Please take the time to tell your teachers thank you for all of their hard work. I have heard nothing but praise from our teachers about our Davis students. Please take the time to post a positive message about your teachers on social media this week.

We have returned hall locker contents to 99% of our students. We still have many P.E. locker clothes and shoes to return. Please plan to come to Davis next week Tuesday through Friday from 8:00-12:00 to claim any remaining locker contents, art projects, to return instruments, library books, or to make any final fee payments. If you need something, let us know and we will make every effort to get it back to you.

The Davis Yearbook is finished and Mr. O’Driscoll will be available to sell or get yearbooks to any students who wish to have one. The cost of the yearbooks is $25. They look great!

We have set the date of August 12 for our Davis Registration. We look forward to seeing you then. We will also have a special welcome to our incoming sixth graders on August 11. More information to follow.

We will be closing our 2019-2020 school year out with our Davis Awards Assembly on Friday, May 29 at 1:00. All students are welcome to join this awards assembly and will receive an invitation by email from Mr. Brown. This assembly primarily recognizes our outstanding eighth graders. We will be giving out the Hope of America Award, North Star Award, the Presidential Academic and Achievement Awards and Top Student Awards to eighth grade students. The National Citizenship awards will be given out to seventh and sixth graders. If you are receiving an award, you will be contacted.

In this final push let’s all remain patient and understanding with one another. The best way parents can support us is to ensure assigned work is completed. Do not hesitate to contact me if you need anything. My cell phone numbers are 679-0127, 679-5890 or my email is [email protected]. Thanks for all that everyone has done to remain united and strong to the end.

Have a great Memorial Day Weekend,

Chris Brown
Davis Middle School


Expectations for UCSD #1 Middle and High School Students - May 20 through May 29, 2020

There will be no new content presented to middle and high school students after May 19, 2020. We are doing this so that our teachers can focus on those students with failing grades or missing assignments. The COVID-19 crisis and the need for us to be responsive to the challenges of our Adaptive Learning Plan has created a need for individual and small group intervention.
Student Expectations:
Those students that have all of their assignments turned in and are passing all of their classes will still need to check in with their teachers during their regularly scheduled classes. This “check-in” (for attendance purposes) may take many forms as the method will be determined by the individual teachers. Examples include attending a Zoom class session, answering a survey question, or responding to an email prompt.
Those students missing assignments or currently earning a D or F grade will continue to work with their respective teachers to demonstrate proficiency on course expectations. When assignments are turned in and grades are passing, these students will follow the same “check-in” procedures mentioned above.
Students that have turned in all their assignments and are passing all of their classes but want to improve their grades, can also work with their teachers to do so.


April 16, 2020

Davis Families and Parents,

We are closing in on our first week of online school and we have had 100% of our enrolled students participate in some way this week. This doesn’t happen without quality parents supporting their children and school. I thank our parents for being such good partners. I would also like to express appreciation for our students and our teachers. Davis really is “The Place To Be!”

This week I have noticed a few things that we would like to ask for your help with. The following practices are things we feel will benefit both your student(s) and their teachers when attending Zoom class meetings.

Be dressed appropriately for school.
Be in an appropriate learning environment:
Quiet area without distractions
Students are out of bed and ready to learn
Recognize that pets and siblings are a distraction for participants
Appropriate lighting for the camera to work
Be prepared for class:
Come with a learning mindset
Act appropriately for school (follow all school rules)
Follow teacher directions
Please make sure that your student is logging in using their district-provided device (Chromebook), whenever possible, and using their given name (i.e., John Doe)
Our teachers are putting in a ton of hours to be prepared to offer your students the very best. They are required to have office hours from 2:00-4:00 pm. Please try and communicate with teachers during these times.

Thanks for your continued patience and support,

Chris Brown


Davis Middle School Office Hours:

Mary will be in the DMS office from 8:00 am - 10:30 am Monday - Friday to help any parents or students with any questions or concerns. Please call our office at 307-789-8096.


Evanston High School Football information for current 8th-grade students:

Incoming freshman football players, please join Red Devil Football on google classroom. The code is 3tr5fcl.
Coach Burton

DMS Copy of UCSD #1 : 6-12 Remote ED Schedule - Draft #1 04/01/2020

DMS Copy of UCSD #1 : 6-12 Remote ED Schedule - Draft #1

Davis Middle School Families,

Greetings from Principal Brown. I hope this message finds your home healthy and happy. Every parent I have called over that last several days has been pleasant and positive. I appreciate so much that we are working through and solving problems together.

We have attempted to get out as many Chromebooks still here at school as possible. If your Chromebook is still at Davis or in need of repair please email Mr. Brown at [email protected]
and I will get back to you within 24 hours.

All teachers and staff at Davis Middle School will be holding a Zoom Homeroom meeting with their homeroom students tomorrow at 10:00 am. Each student will receive an email from their Homeroom Teacher. They just click on the email and click to join the meeting and they should be in. We will take role and Mr. Brown will provide a follow up meeting with those students who are unable to connect.

Online school will start on April 13 at 9:00 am. Here is the SCHEDULE for Davis online school. This is the same schedule for all students 6-12. If there is any confusion email Mr. Brown or Homeroom Teachers. The first week back (April 13-17) will be the last week of Quarter 3 and Quarter 4 will start on April 20 on the Red Week Schedule.

I want to personally thank Allwest for their support in providing families with internet service. Everything I have heard from parents is positive.

Davis will open our doors on April 13th from 8:30-10:00 for students needing to come get educational items on a very limited basis. If you don’t need it, please don’t come. You can also make arrangements after April 13 with Mr. Brown if you need access.

Please support Davis by attending your daily classes starting April 13. Parents, students and schools will be held accountable for attendance. I appreciate everyone’s positive attitude. This will be a powerful experience.

I want to thank our Food Service Department who is providing 2000 lunches per day for our students. The Davis Staff and our PTA President, Gina Sims, are doing a super job to prepare for April 13. The Wyoming Food Bank will be distributing food boxes this Friday, April 3rd at the Machine Shop.

Spring sports are on hold, but not canceled. We will wait to hear from our Athletic Director for direction. Track coaches will be sending an email for you to sign -up. You can be practicing at home to stay in shape.

Thanks For Working Together,

Chris Brown

Here is the link for our Online DMS Schedule starting 4/13/2020:


DMS Copy of UCSD #1 : 6-12 Remote ED Schedule - Draft #1 Sheet1 UCSD #1: 6-12 Virtual Ed Master Schedule - Draft #1 for DMS Directions Keep the instructional portion of your livestream brief, and make sure you devote time to connect with your students. Staff can also find times to provide "office hours" which is an opportunity for students to receive...


Dear Parents/Guardians,

The Davis Middle School team has put our heads together to provide for you a daily routine to keep your students learning, engaged, and happy during the social distancing period. The following guidelines are research-based routines that provide an effective framework for families to follow. Not being in the classroom does not mean that students have to stop learning. We are a community of learners, and we wish you all the best.

Before 9:00 am
Wake Up
Eat Breakfast, make your bed, put your laundry away.

9:00 am - 10:00 am
Morning Walk
Walk your dog, or do yoga if the weather is poor.

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Academic Time
Access online resources, read for 30 minutes, journal, ixl, etc.

11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Creative Time
Legos, music practice, art, crafting, drawing, bake, etc.

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Healthy Lunch
Lunches available at DMS, EMS, North, Clark, and Horizon from 8:30 to 10:00. Breakfast is also available.

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Help with work around the house.

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Quiet Time
Reading, puzzles, rest.

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Academic Time
Access online resources, read for 30 minutes, journal, ixl, etc.

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Afternoon Fresh Air
Bike, walk the dog, play outside

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Healthy Dinner

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Free Time
TV, shower, play, hang out

10:00 pm
Bed Time
Sleep is important!

The following are free resources and subscriptions for remote learning and homeschooling due to coronavirus. All the resources on the district student site will also remain available.

If you’re looking to really zoom in on reading comprehension, Readworks is going to be a great fit for you, providing content from kindergarten all the way through 12th grade. Readworks is a nonprofit, donation-based service, and the suggested donation is $25, though you can access the content for free.

This is a great resource to set a list of work you would like your child to work on. From the classic subjects like art, math, spelling and grammar to the cool creative stuff like coding, publishing and animation, This site has a vast resource of e-books that can be paired with the appropriate activities.

3P Learning
3P Learning provides parents and schools with a package of online learning resources is designed for schools and families, covering mathematics, spelling, literacy, science. Children between ages 5 and 14 can find supportive learning activities, including structured lessons and fun games. You can claim your four weeks of free access to any of their online learning programs.

Students learn remotely via typing tutors, arcade games, custom flash-cards and tests. Accessibyte is offering a 45-day trial period during the COVID-19 crisis.

Arcademics make multiplayer educational games for students from K to eighth grade, from free math games to language games. Arcademics combines the excitement of video games with educational content to produce a high rate of learning through exciting, focused repetition that enables automaticity and fluency. All games can be played seamlessly on any device using the web browser for free.

Ascend Math
Ascend Math offers math instruction adaptive to all study plans and for all individual K to 12th-grade students. The platform will be free until the end of April. Parents and Teachers can assign different math exercises to children and the platform will adapt to their needs as it collects data on the child’s skills and pace.

BlocksCAD builds math and computer science skills by using specialized 3-D CAD (computer-aided drafting) software. A block-based coding platform allows students to create and manipulate 3-D objects while using geometry and computational thinking skills.

Classroom cereal
Classroom cereal is a fun and easy way to practice grammatical exercises daily. How does it work? Print out free short stories — find the errors which help students can build their proofreading skills and become aware of what it takes for clean and precise writing.

Discovery K-12
Discovery K-12 is a great addition to kids’ pre-K to 12th-grade curriculum. Free lessons and activities are available in seven directives: language arts, reading, math, science, history/social studies, performing arts and physical education.

Minecraft Education Edition
Perfect for Minecraft fanatics, this Minecraft Education Edition focuses on coding, math, problem-solving all via the Minecraft way. Kids will love this education version while parents will love that it is free!

From Smile to Dogman, Scholastic provides many favorite books to our kids. Students can visit the Scholastic website for a wealth of educational activities from grades pre-K and up. Weaving in familiar stories and games for the kids will help when the fun of being home has worn off, and delving into some familiar characters will add a bit of normalcy to the day.

Prodigy Math
Used by many school districts, has free video game style math learning.

Make The Best of Your Time Off,

Christopher James Brown

Christopher J. Brown
Davis Middle School

Photos from Davis Middle School's post 01/16/2020

GoIT Days at DMS January 21-23


2019 Davis Middle School
3rd Annual PTSA Demon Challenge

Friday October 4th - Friday October 18, 2019

Donation amounts will procure the following:

$5 Enters you into a drawing for a chance to win 2 season passes to
Lagoon next summer!

$20 Go to the movies with Popcorn & a Drink at Aspen Cinemas!

$50 Be a team member in the Staff vs. Student Dodgeball Game!

$75 Teacher Revenge - Push your favorite staff member into the pool!

$100 Go to an Escape Room with Ms. Lindsay!

$200 You and a friend get to go to Boondock’s with Mr. Brown for the entire day!

** The top fundraiser will have the opportunity to choose either a season pass to Lagoon or to participate in a “Freaky Friday” switch day with Mr. Brown!

(Donations will build upon one another - for example: a $50 donation will enter you into the Lagoon drawing AND allow you to go to the movies AND put you on the dodgeball team for the Staff vs. Student Dodgeball Game.)

The DMS Demon Challenge is the main fundraiser for our school. 100% of the proceeds will be used at Davis Middle School for school-wide activities such as: WYTOPP rewards, family book studies, scholarships for Teton Science School, Teacher Appreciation Week, and other activities that benefit all students of DMS!

All donations should be returned to DMS by Friday October 18, 2019. Our staff, students, and parents make Davis Middle School “The Place to Be!”


Homecoming Information:
Pep Rally is on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019 @ EHS @ 7pm

Parade: Friday, Sept. 20, 2019. Starts at 4:30 pm @ DMS
Football Game Starts @ 7pm Vs. Lander Valley

Homecoming Dance:
Date: Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019
Where: Evanston High School
Time: 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Price: $15 single person/$20 couple - advance purchase
***$20 single person/$25 couple @ the door
(EHS/HHS Students)
Attire: Semi-Formal dress code


Monday, August 26, 2019. It will be a late start Monday.


Evanston Middle School & Davis Middle School
Parent-Teacher Conference
Tonight: May 15, 2019.
Time : 5 pm - 7 pm


8th Grade Promotional Dance

Tuesday, May 28th
6:30-9:30 pm

@ The Evanston Youth Club on 6th Street

Parents can join (DMS/ EMS 8th Grade Promotional) on Facebook for more details or to help with this event.

Photos from Davis Middle School's post 05/06/2019

We love our Davis Middle School PTA! Thank you for starting off our Staff Appreciation Week with a yummy breakfast! Thanks especially to Tera Lawlar for your organization and enthusiasm in celebrating our staff! Thank you to our DMS community! We absolutely love working with your kids and with each other!


Davis Middle School annual school Musical - Aladdin!
7pm this Tuesday (3/27) and Thursday (3/28)


1/2 Day of School on Friday, March 22, 2019.
EHS out at 11:23 am
HHS out at 11:15 am
Middle Schools out at 11:35 am
Elementary Schools out 12:20 pm


Biggest Social Event of Evanston! Junior Prom!
Theme: Cloud 9
Date: Saturday, March 16, 2019.
Promenade: EHS GYM @ 7pm
Prom: Roundhouse 8 pm - 11pm
Tickets: $25 single and $40 couples
Tickets are for sale at the EHS office or at the door.


No School Friday, March 8, 2019.


We love our Mr. Dancer! We all wore cowboy boots and Wrangler jeans in his honor. We will sure miss him next school year!


CONGRATULATIONS to our DMS Robotics Team for winning the 2018/19 Vex Robotics Middle School Excellence Award!


Kindergarten Registration
Friday, February 22, 2019.
Please contact elementary school to make an appointment.

North 789-7658

Aspen 789-3106

Clark 789-2833

Uinta Meadows 789-8098

Photos from Davis Middle School's post 02/14/2019

Our beautiful Davis Middle School - even on a frosty, cold morning like today!


Congratulations to our DMS Spelling Bee Finalists!


NO SCHOOL! Monday, January 21, 2019.

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