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Superintendent Message

Superintendent Message

Dr. Donald "Don" J. Davis, Ed.D.

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The schools in Waterford are peaceful, safe, well maintained, and provide a rich educational experience for our students.  We use a combination of effective traditional teaching methods and state-of-the-art technology.  Our students benefit from having experienced well-trained teachers, and excellent support staff who strive to make every day count, with rich activities and extra assistance when needed.

 

The Waterford school district is always improving and offering contemporary programs to inspire and engage our students.  The high school has new Career Technical programs in health occupations, child development, manufacturing and agriculture.  Our younger students explore science and history with connections to literature.  All of our students get hands-on experience with computers and tablets, and are taught how to retrieve information from the internet with a critical eye for truth and accuracy.

 

In recent years we have made a commitment to increase Early Literacy instruction in the preschool and primary grades.  Students receive small group reading instruction to promote fluency and comprehension at the youngest grades.  We encourage parents and grandparents to volunteer in the classrooms to help kids gain decoding skills and increase their academic vocabulary.

 

If you’re interested in volunteering in classrooms contact the school office, or call us at the district office (209) 874-1809.