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Every student is entitled to a safe school environment free from discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying.  The District’s Policy on Bullying can be
accessed HERE 
Copies are available in every school office. 

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Students and parents may also report bullying to tipline@nmusd.us 
or may place an anonymous note in the bullying report box
located at each school site.  

District News


The Davis Ducks are Full 'STEAM' Ahead!

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Our Mission is Learning!

At Davis Magnet School, our mission is learning. In order for students to learn, they have to be at school ALL day long. Our school day is scheduled from 8:15 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. On Wednesdays, all boys and girls attend school from 8:15 a.m. to 1:20 p.m. Please plan accordingly and make sure that your child is in their classroom line at 8:15 a.m., promptly when flag deck will begin. Any student not in their line at the ringing of the 8:15 a.m. bell will be marked tardy. Also, it is very disruptive to student learning when students leave for a portion of time in the middle of the day or at anytime prior to the final bell.  Every minute of learning is precious and we want our students at Davis Magnet School learning during the school day. Please schedule appointments before or after the school day. With your support and help, we can work together as a team towards our mission.

Recycle! Help the Environment and Help our School!

Every Wednesday Davis Magnet School community members are invited to bring their recycled goods to our Ecology Center. From 7:45 to 8:15 a.m. family members can drop off aluminum cans, plastic bottles, and newspapers in separate bags. The door to Room 28, our Ecology Center, will be open by the black top every Wednesday morning. All proceeds from the recyclables will benefit our school green team and learning garden.

Every Wednesday is Yogurtland Day for Davis Families!

Every Wednesday Davis Magnet School families can help our school while enjoying a cool, tasty treat at Yogurtland!  When you go to the Yogurtland located on Baker and Harbor in Costa Mesa anytime on Wednesday, be sure to tell them that you are with Davis Magnet School. Our school then receives 20% back from your purchase to help our school. Last year our school received just over $900 just from our Yogurtland proceeds! Thank you for your continued support of our school!yogurtland.jpg

Read and Study your Math Facts Every Night!

Students reading.jpegOur students work really hard during the school day studying and learning. We want them to find balance and to enjoy playing and being kids.  Therefore, we only want our students to read and practice their math facts as their daily homework practice. Periodically, students will receive a few various assignments to support their in-class instruction or will need to complete specific projects.  If you have any questions, please contact your child's teacher. Thank you for your support and designating a quiet place and time for them to successfully complete their reading and math facts. Math facts.jpeg

Davis Magnet News

N-MUSD Presents Common Core Math Workshop for Parents At Various School Sites

Newport-Mesa Unified School District will be hosting parent/guardian workshops focusing on the transition to Common Core Math, including the standards for Mathematical Practices, examples of Common Core strategies, the SWUN math model, and online resources.  These are district meetings and you are encouraged to attend any one of the meetings that meets your schedule.  The purpose of these meetings is to share with you the new math program, SWUN and how it aligns to Common Core.


Please view the attached flyer for meeting dates and locations!


Click here to view the Common Core district website.

Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 10/21/14

October School News Magazine Now Available!

Check out the latest school news magazine about NMUSD schools.  This months issue features all NMUSD principals and where they attended college. Check it out today and see what's happening in your schools and city.  


Click on the attached file to view the magazine.  

Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 10/20/14

Information for Parents - Trick or Treat Tips From Newport Beach and Costa Mesa

Annually, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District and the Police Chief's for the cities of Costa Mesa and Newport Beach send out a collective letter informing parents and students about trick or treating safety tips and curfew guidelines for both cities.  Please review the attached letters.  


As a safe alternative, the Orange County Marketplace is hosting a Monster Mash with free admission for kids 12 and under when you bring in the attached flyer!


Have a wonderful and safe Halloween!

Posted by: Matthew Jennings
Published: 10/20/14

October is National Bullying Prevention Month - Resources and Information

This month, groups across the country committed to stop bullying will release new resources, campaigns, and efforts aimed at bringing awareness to this important issue facing our youth.  

NMUSD has embraced the PBIS - creating a positive school climate where our students feel safe and supported. 


Additionally, Adams and Lincoln Elementary have volunteered to pilot the Olweus Bullying Prevention and Intervention Program.   To date, each school site has formed a bullying prevention committee that consists of: a teacher from each grade level, school psychologist, special education representative, principal, and custodian that have participated in the 2 day Olweus Bullying Prevention Program training. 


Overall, the training focuses on changing the climate and social norms so that bullying is not “cool” and to assure that no child is marginalized or excluded. 

Adams and Lincoln Elementary will be participating in a Bullying Prevention Kick-Off Events this month. 
Adam’s event is Friday, October 17 at 8:30 a.m.
Lincoln’s event is Tuesday, October 21 at 8:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.

Additional resources for bullying prevention and intervention may be found by following the link provided:



Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 10/14/14

October is Cyber Smart/Safety Month - Resources and Information

Cyber Safe Month focuses on educating students and school community members on the importance of being safe online and being a responsible digital citizen. The District uses Common Sense Media as our resource. Each week, teachers are asked to incorporate some of the lessons into their day so that students can learn and share about Internet safety, privacy and security, cyberbullying, copyright and creative credit and how their digital footprint impacts our world. 

Please see the attached website for resources and information being shared with students.

Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 10/14/14

State of Schools 2014 Video Now Available

The video from the 2014 State of the Schools inaugural event is now available.  Please visit the following webpage:  web.nmusd.us/stateofschools


Posted by: Laura Boss
Published: 10/13/14

Join the PTA!

We are thankful to have such an involved and supportive PTA at Davis Magnet School. Because of the PTA, our students are able to experience multiple enrichment opportunities. Special assemblies, field trips, and Art Masters are just a few of those opportunities. Additionally, students benefit from other resources such as books, magazines, and technology to use within the classroom.  Teachers also depend on PTA funds to purchase needed classroom supplies.


By purchasing a $10 adult membership and/or a $5 student PTA membership you show your support for Davis Magnet School. The membership also has family perks around the community such as discounts to various businesses.


While membership forms are accepted all year round, our class membership kickoff drives ends Friday, September 26. Davis Magnet School had a record breaking 900 members last year and we are hoping to meet or even exceed that number this year. Parents, students, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and neighbors are all welcome to join. The membership form is attached. Please consider completing it tonight and return the form with your child.


Thank you for your continued support. Go Ducks!



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Online Flyers

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Today: 10/25/14

Bell Schedule

Flag salute starts promptly at 8:15 a.m.
M-T-Th-F: 8:15 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Wednesdays: 8:15 a.m. to 1:20 p.m.

School Contacts

Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Mrs. Christy Flores

Cathie Ropp:

Mary Gray:

Common Core State Standards Resources



CCSS Parent Resources

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Davis Magnet School
Green Team and Eco Club 


Optional Daily Dress Codes

Every day we strongly encourage Davis Magnet School students to wear tennis shoes. Students are busy and active, and in order to stay safe and participate, we feel it is important to wear proper shoes to protect themselves. In addition to our tennis shoe suggestion, we have an optional daily dress code that students and staff members may follow. On each of the following days, feel free to wear the suggested shirt listed below:

Monday - Favorite Jersey Day

Tuesday - College Day

Wednesday - Green Team/Eco Club Day (wear green)

Thursday - CMHS/CMMS Spirit Wear Day

Friday - Davis Magnet School Spirit Wear Day


Davis Magnet School

Mission: Our mission is learning.

Vision: To be recognized as one of the finest elementary schools in the United States of America.

Goal: 100% of our students demonstrate proficiency or above in everything we teach.


1. Do your very best

2. Do what is right

3. Treat others the way you want to be treated

4. Take personal responsibility for everything you do

5. Take personal responsibility for everything you say