At first I loved this school. I was very excited for my kids to start. Now that they have been there I want to change them. They are always asking for supplies, money etc. When the incident happened with the man going into the school my kids were there too. Now they are acting all crazy and ridiculous with the rules. Even with the parents they already know. I've taken my kids from extended day without signing them out and they don't notice that at all. Has anybody noticed the principals car? Yea the money most likely goes to her. She tries to give herself so much credit when she does nothing at the school. I want my kids out of there asap. I wouldn't put my kids at davis. I can go on and on about things I've seen at davis.
VERY, VERY scary for ANY child to attend this school. I was looking for a school to send my son and I wanted to go look around the school & try to get a tour, I finally found my way to the entrance parking & I ran into a young boy that was outside ALL ALONE, I passed by him and then went back asked what he was doing there & he said that he was fixing words on the sign, well I was there with him for as long as 40 minutes just to see if someone would come out & ask if HE was ok or what I needed, but NO ONE EVER came out, not even a monitor!! Very scary situation as the main road is right there where he was. Told him if I was a bad person, I could have taken him already & no one would have noticed him gone. This kid was sooo small that I covered him with my car, as it's small as well! I ended up driving away, I called to speak to the principle & was not able to talk to her, asked for an asst. principle but I was told that they don't have 1. Have not been able to talk to no one about my concern. DON'T send your kids here as they send them out to do ADULT work ALONE and have no idea about them. Again VERY SCARY!!!
My sister and I went to Davis back in the 70s , back then it was a grate school we loved our teachers , Mr Freedlander, Miss Romero, Mrs lopez. and many more, the principle was Martha Murrietta not related , I have such memories of that school , we lived at 708 N Van Alstine and still stop by now and then , My friends were Manny Martinez, Gene mireles, Jerry Godoy, if I would have had the chance to send my own kids there I would have in a sec, I know it;s still a grate school. Happy memories,Thanks Frank Murrietta aka, tortilla boy.
Davis is an excellent school! Sra. Rivas and Carrasco are great teachers!!! Children who do not speak Spanish at all. Can and will learn in both languages. Also children do art & physical education. Plus lot of other programs like guitar, trumpet, violin. Plus tutoring! It's very safe place and to Oury neighbour hood center is close by recommend this school!
After 15 years at Davis, we are sad to be leaving Davis Bilingual. All 4 of our children graduated from Davis. It is a wonderful community of learners. Davis produces well rounded students. The program focuses on each child becoming fluent in both English and Spanish. They have a strong focus on literacy in both languages. The after school program is second to none. The children are offered opportunities to learn mariachi (guitar, violin, trumpet) and to play in the Aguilitas de Davis. They offer folklorico, computers, chess club, a phenomenal art program, cooking, sports and more. We are proud to be part of the Davis community.
We love Davis and so does our child. We don't speak Spanish but are so proud of the great work that Davis does. Our little one sounds like a native speaker! They are also very good in teaching math, science, geography and social science.