South Clearfield Elementary has an assigned School Military Liaison Officer to assist families in finding the best resources of support for our military families. Officer Flynn can be reached at the School Liaison Hill AFB Office by calling (801) 775-5960 or DSN (801) 775-5960. If the links below are not what you are looking for, please call them.
Parents will also need to create a MyDSD Guardian account to access attendance, grades and pay online for school lunch and other items. Parents can obtain Student ID numbers and PIN numbers by calling (801) 402-2500.
Your child may qualify for free or reduced school meals if your household gross income falls within the federal government income guidelines.
To Apply for Free or Reduced Price Lunch:
1. Go to the Davis School District website at www.davis.k12.ut.us.
2. Click on my.DSD (the green teardrop) in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
3. Sign in with your guardian account (email address and password).
If you do not have a guardian account, click the request for guardian account in the guardian box. You must have an email address, student ID number, and PIN number. The office staff can help you with these if needed.
4. After logging in to your guardian account, click on tools, and then apply for lunch assistance.
5. Fill out the application and submit.
6. A letter will be sent via your email to notify you when your application has been processed.
In the interest of helping students to succeed and making the most of the taxpayer’s investment in our schools, Davis Education Foundation in cooperation with Davis School District is refurbishing computers that would be sold as salvage and making them available to students who would not otherwise have access to a computer in their home. While these systems are certainly not state-of-the-art, they will meet the needs for most students at home. We have a limited number of these computers and, therefore, wish to award them to students who have the greatest need and would make the best use of the gift. Please do not apply if you already have a working computer in your home. The computers are complete systems. They include a CPU with CD-ROM,keyboard, mouse, speakers, modem, and monitor. The original operating system is installed, along with some personal productivity shareware. You could expect to receive a Pentium class computer with at least 512 Meg RAM running Windows XP. The systems have been thoroughly tested and are in good working condition, but are not warranted by Davis Education Foundation, Davis School District or the manufacturer. To be considered for one of these systems, complete the following application and return it to your principal.
Our district has selected the Student Insurance Plan from K&K Insurance Group to make reliable coverage available to parents. If you don’t have other insurance, this plan may be a resource to consider. Additionally, even if you have other coverage, this plan can help fill expensive “gaps” caused by deductible and co-pays.
Coverage may be purchased at any time during the school year by visiting this website: