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Davie County Schools provides yearly summaries to you about your school by sending home a report card developed by the state. The NC School Report Card includes information about the school and student performance, class sizes, attendance, school safety, staffing, and suspensions and expulsions.

Significant accomplishments for 2020-21 include:

  • Davie County Schools showed strong growth, with 100% of schools meeting or exceeding growth expectations. 

  • 92% of schools exceeded growth expectations during a challenging year

  • Test Scores were celebrated:

    • ELEMENTARY

      • Reading and Math Grade 3 – Top 24% of the state

      • Reading and Math Grade 4 – Top 16% of the state

      • Reading and Math Grade 5 – Top 23% of the state

      • Science Grade 5 – Top 9% of the state
         

    • MIDDLE

      • Reading and Math Grade 6 – Top 14% of the state

      • Reading and Math Grade 7 – Top 35% of the state

      • Reading and Math Grade 6 – Top 25% of the state

      • Science Grade 8 – Top 13% of the state
         

    • HIGH

      • English II EOC – Top 25% of the state

      • Math I EOC – Top 25% of the state

      • Math III EOC – Top 18% of the state

      • Biology EOC – Top 13% of the state
         

    • As a district, we finished in the Top 17% of the state overall

  • Four-year graduation rates for Davie County Schools was at 87%. The state graduation rate is 87%. 

  • The average SAT score is 1126 with a participation rate of 43%, compared to 1089 for the state.

“I am very excited and proud to announce that ALL DCS met growth last year and 10 EXCEEDED GROWTH! Our students and staff have worked extremely hard. To our leadership team and BOE, we stayed the course and found a way to put children in school buildings for in-person learning as much as possible, and the benefits of that decision are showing. I am extremely proud of this accomplishment, as we have all worked harder than ever, adjusting to a new way of learning and working. Thank you to our Board of Education for your leadership and guidance. This is an amazing accomplishment and one that should be celebrated! “
– Superintendent Jeff Wallace 

Additional successes include:

  • Davie County Schools was named the #1 Best School District in the Greensboro area by Niche for the second year in a row. 
     

  • Shelia Stanley was selected as the North Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals, Inc Educational Office Professional of the Year for the 2019-2020 school year. Beth Edwards, Principal of Central Davie Academy, was selected as the North Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals, Inc., Katrina V. Miller Administrator of the Year for the 2019-2020 school year.
     

  • Davie County High School STEM Center was recognized for being awarded their renewal of the designation as an NC Prepared STEM School of Distinction.
     

  • Angela Stage was recognized for being selected as the NCHSAA 's NFHS State Coach of the Year for 2019-2020 in the area of Spirit (Cheer).
     

  • Laura Beirne Mulligan was recognized as being selected as a finalist for the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching's 2020 Prudential Beginning Teacher of the Year Award.
     

  • Staff was recognized for receiving National Board Certification: Kaycee Dixon (Cooleemee Elementary), Emily Emert (Cooleemee Elementary), Karla Freeman (Davie County High School), and Shannon Patton (Davie County High School).
     

  • All-State Band Honors:

    • Karson Yount was selected as 1st chair baritone saxophone in the NC All-State Band.

    • Kathryne Kilby was selected as 19th chair clarinet in the NC All-State Band.

    • Hazel Marion was selected as 2nd chair flute in the 9th-10th grade NC All-State Honor Symphonic Band.
       

  • Future Farmers of America group at Davie County High School received several honors:

    • Bailey Dyson placed 1st in the Region, 1st in the State, and received National Recognition for FFA Prepared Parliamentary Procedure. Bailey also placed 1st in the State for FFA Diversified Livestock Production and 1st place in the Region for FFA Prepared Public Speaking. 

    • The OCHS FFA Chapter was a National Chapter Award Winner with Two Stars. The FFA Dairy Judging Team placed 1st in the Region; team members included Bailey Dyson, Nathan Haskin, Riley Crotts, and Addison Hendrix. The FFA Floriculture Team placed pt in the Region; team members included Nathan Haskin, Kasey Williford, Addison Hendrix, and Riley Crotts.
       

State and local education leaders are committed to providing parents with more information about schools. Well-informed parents who participate in their children's education and school enhance the learning environment for students and educators alike. In addition, the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) requires schools to issue Report Cards.

We encourage you to visit the NC School Report Cards' website at  www.ncpublicschools.org/src to see our district's Report Card. A paper version of the Report Card, the Snapshot, will be sent home. Our school district's report is also available on the Report Card website. School Report Cards are provided for regular public schools, charter schools, and alternative schools that were open during this time.

Thank you for allowing us to share this Report Card with you and thank you for supporting our efforts to provide your child with a high-quality education. Your involvement is very important to our success and most importantly, to the success of your student(s).