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Dear Parents,

Each month we hold a different emergency drill so that we are prepared in the event of an actual emergency. These drills consist of fire/evacuation, Lockdown, Lockout, and earthquake drills.
I just wanted to let you know that Creekside Elementary will be conducting a "lock-down" drill on Wednesday, November 28th @ 9:30.  

As part of this drill, students and teachers will clear the hallways, lock their doors, turn of the lights, move out of sight, and be as quiet as possible. They will remain silent until administration clear hallways and unlock each door. Parents and visitors who will be in the building will follow these lockdown procedures as well.

A lock-down is called when there is a threat or hazard inside the school building. In the event of an actual lock-down, the school will contact 911 and Kaysville Police Department and other emergency agencies will gather at the school to coordinate the response. The situation would then be under the command of Kaysville Police Department.
During a real lock-down, parents would be notified and instructed by the Davis School District Community Relations Department. Initial information would be distributed through a call-out, which includes an e-mail and text message (if you opted in to receive texts). Updates would be posted to the school's website, as well as the district's Facebook and Twitter accounts. If you are not yet connected to the district's Facebook or Twitter accounts, I recommend that you consider doing so.
 In an actual event, in which students would be reunited with parents, you would gather in one of two places, unless directed otherwise:
 #1 Here at the school
 #2 The LDS church located just north east of the school at 380 S Fairfield Road.

Students would then only be released to parents, guardians or emergency contacts listed on the demographics screen of your MyDSD account. That being said, please take a few minutes to update your phone numbers and emergency contacts if needed.
I wish each of you the best!



  • glue sticks
  • Ziplock bags (all sizes)
  • ream of white/color paper
  • Pencils
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • tissues

1st Grade

  • Ticonderoga pencils
  • 2 pkg 24 pack Crayola crayons
  • Ziplock baggies (gallon size)
  • Pencil top erasers (girls)
  • Plain Band-Aids (boys)
  • 10+ Glue sticks
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • Expo large dry erase board markers
  • Tissues
  • $5 supply donation

2nd Grade

  • 8 glue sticks
  • Tissues
  • 12 pk Crayola TWISTABLE Colored Pencils
  • Disinfecting wipes
  • Gallon/Snack Size Ziplock baggies
  • 2 pkgs of #2 pencils
  • Pencil top erasers
  • 2-4 black dry erase marker
  • $5 supply donation

3rd Grade

  • 3-4 Jumbo glue sticks
  • 1 pkg Crayola Markers, Classic colors
  • 1 pkg Crayola color pencils
  • 2 containers of disinfecting wipes
  • 1 pencil box (not pouch)
  • 2 pkg of #2 pencils
  • Boys= tissues Girls = Paper Towels
  • Ziplock baggies (gallon & sandwich size)
  • $5 supply donation

4th Grade

4 - three prong, plastic folders (red, yellow, blue, green)
1 composition book
2 pkg #2 Ticonderoga pencils
Pen Sized Highlighters (3 colors)
12 pack Crayola TWISTABLE Colored Pencils
2 glue sticks
Disinfecting wipes
Ziploc bags (all sizes)
$5 supply donation

5th Grade

12 pack of pencils
12 count colored pencils
Glue sticks
High lighters—3 different colors
1– 1” binder w/plastic cover (white)
1 pkg sheet protectors (at least 10)
Ziplock baggies (gallon and quart)
1 composition & 1 spiral notebook
Paper towels, tissues, disinfecting wipes
6 3—prong - 2/pocket folders (Red, yellow, blue, green, purple, orange)
$5 supply donation

6th Grade

2 - 1.5” binders (different colors) (Red, Yellow Blue, Green, Purple)
5 folders (with holes to go in binder)
5 notebooks
Colored pencils
3 different colored highlighters
1 glue sticks
3 package lined paper
2 Sharpie markers
$5 supply donation