The Clearfield Cares Teen Center is now open. The first of its kind in Davis School District, homeless and at-risk students will have a safe place to shower, do laundry, study, and access critical resources. Three more centers will be built at Northridge, Layton, and Woods Cross high schools.
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To say this holiday season was full of miracles would be an understatement. We cannot thank the community enough for their generosity. Watch this video to get a glimpse of the Christmas magic.
Check out this story done by KUTV about new drop-in centers for teens experiencing homelessness in Davis School District. Clearfield High will be the first in the county to finish construction, with two other locations in the works at Northridge and Woods Cross High.
As we take the necessary precautions to keep ourselves and our community safe from coronavirus, many of our neighbors in Davis County find themselves in difficult positions.
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Thank you to Young Kia for supporting Davis Education Foundation!
We are so grateful to our wonderful partners at Young Kia in Layton for donating to Davis Education Foundation through their annual Stuff the Bus event.
Families in Davis County brought school supplies and participated in a bouncy slide, dunked teachers in a dunk tank, and interacted with vendors, such as Intermountain Hospital in Layton, Boondocks, SeaQuest, and DartSide. Children could also enter a coloring contest and get their faces painted.
Overall, it was a fun day at Young Kia! A big thank you to Young Automotive Group and Young Caring for Our Young for your continued support!