Tuesday, May 7th 5:30-7:00 PM Days Creek Charter School Room 5 – Mrs. Hooper’s Room
All incoming Kindergartners turning five before September 1st and their parents/guardians are invited.
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The 2019-20 Budget Committee met on Monday, April 29th to review the school budget for the next school year. The budget was approved and will go to the District Board for the final approval..
Thank you to the community members, parents, board members, teachers, and staff who spent time supporting the school.
A public meeting of the Budget Committee of the Days Creek School District #15, Douglas County, State of Oregon, will be held at the Days Creek Charter School, 11381 Tiller Trail Hwy., Days Creek, Oregon to discuss the budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020. The meeting will take place on April 29, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
The purpose of the meeting is to receive the budget message and to receive comment from the public on the budget. This is a public meeting where deliberation of the Budget Committee may take place. Any person may appear at the meeting and discuss the proposed programs with the Budget Committee. A copy of the budget document may be inspected or obtained at the meeting. If additional meetings for deliberation are required, they will be scheduled at this meeting.
The News-Review and KPIC TV visits Days Creek to talk about the new zSpace computers - our NEW virtual reality computers
Days Creek Charter School is in the news again. KPIC TV came to the campus to see the new zSpace computers and interview students. Thank you to Macs Whetzel and Trinity Merrell for demonstrating some of the features of zSpace.
Click for the TV News - New Virtual Reality technology at Days Creek gives students a new world to learn in
Read the recent article from The News-Review - Days Creek introduces virtual and augmented reality in the classroom.
The Wolves finished 3rd place at the OSAA 1A state tournament in Baker City. The Lady Wolves played hard and finished 0-2 at the 1A state tournament.
We are so proud of both teams! Can't wait for next year!!!
P.S. Thank you to Laura Stufflebeam for ordering awesome sweatshirts and t-shirt for the state tournament. Contact her if you are interested in purchasing one. She may have a few extra.
Article from the Douglas County Sports Online.
COME ENJOY A COMMUNITY PEP RALLY/SEND-OFF MONDAY NIGHT (2/25) 7 P.M. IN THE DAYS CREEK GYM.
Congrats to the Girls Basketball Team who defeated Country Christian Saturday evening, 68 - 61. With the win, both the Boys AND Girls will advance to the state quarterfinals next week.
Come celebrate with us Monday evening and give both teams a BIG send-off. Light refreshments and lots of SPIRIT!!!
Boys Basketball State Quarterfinals - Wednesday, 2/27 8:15 p.m. Baker High School
Girls Basketball State Quarterfinals - Thursday, 2/28 3:15 p.m. Baker High School
Twenty people, consisting of parents, community members, board members, teachers and staff, came to the meeting to discuss the Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) for Days Creek Charter School on Thursday, February 21.
All districts must submit a continuous improvement plan to Oregon Department of Education every three years. The purpose is to set forth a vision, strategic plan, and evaluation for continuous improvement.
The meeting started with evaluating the Mission/Vision Statement. Participants chose committees in which to laser focus strategic planning and evaluating.
The next CIP Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 12 at 6 p.m. in Room 215. If you would like to participate, contact Mr. Woods at Steve.Woods@dayscreek.k12.or.us. CIP Presentation
AARON YOST The News-Review
Feb 10, 2018Pairings for the Skyline League District Tournament were set Saturday night after the Pacific and Camas Valley girls basketball teams settled a tie for first in the South division.
Camas Valley (13-10, 8-5 South) won that playoff 27-17 at Myrtle Point High School. The Hornets and Pacific had tied for the league title and help create a change to the league standard operating procedures in the past 10 days.
Skyline athletic directors reverted the state qualification SOP during a recent meeting, returning the process to its previous arrangement. The two division winners are protected to the semifinals of the district tournament.
The league’s three state playoff berths will be decided in a loser-out third place game and the championship contest.
Before the basketball season began, the league had changed its SOPs to protect the two division winners to the state playoffs — leaving seeding and the third state spot to be decided in the district tourney. However, as the league season played out, it became obvious to a majority of administrators that it was the wrong approach, at least for now.
“We were not going to get the three best to state, so we voted and most of the ADs agreed and we changed that,” Days Creek Athletic Director Ron Dunn said. Continue Reading