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DaVinci's Notebook

  • Three Weeks left of School

  • Cheer Clinics this week!

  • DaVinci Family assembly brings us all home

  • Quarter Ends and Teachers get a Workday

  • Basketball Teams Announced

Mr. Stephenson

Mr. Stephenson

Alex Raynes and Junaid Naveed

April 25, 2016

Filed under Out of the Can, Showcase, Teacher Feature

"I think I've always kind of been a teacher. When I was a teenager, I was a martial arts instructor, and wen I was in college, I was an English tutor. When I graduated, I was tutor for GED classes and [assisted in the] community writing center." Mr. Keith Stephenson

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Mr. Lemon

Mr. Lemon

April 25, 2016

"I feel like DaVinci is more of a family than just a place I work." Mr. Kevin Lemon

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Mrs. Seneff – “You think I’m Boring ?”

Mrs. Seneff – “You think I’m Boring ?”

January 12, 2016

Mrs. Seneff is a Robotics and College and Career she is new to DaVinci and this is also her first year here including many other teachers like Mr. Gorton...

The Man In The Music

The Man In The Music

January 5, 2016

Ian Marshall is the instrumental music teacher here at DaVinci Academy, this being his first year teaching anywhere. Mr. Marshall started his career...

Ms. Edwards – Math is no problem!

Ms. Edwards – Math is no problem!

January 5, 2016

Ms. Edwards is a new teacher here at DaVinci Academy this is her very first year here. She is a math teacher, she became a math teacher because she wants ...

Coach Clark Livin’ the Dream

Coach Clark Livin’ the Dream

Wiliam Bachman, Reporter

January 5, 2016

Filed under Out of the Can, Sports, Teacher Feature

Chad Clark, the gym coach at DaVinci Academy, has taught here at DaVinci for 9 years. He was born in Puyallup Washington and graduated from Western Washington...

Lorie’s Grandbaby

Junaid Naveed, Reporter

November 30, 2015

Filed under Events, Teacher Feature, Weekly Top Five

Last week, on Tuesday, our school had an interesting visitor, nothing like the eclectic group we normally have. As students walked past the main office in the morning, they caught sight on an infant: snuggled in a car seat, atop the marble counter. It’s not seldom we see young children, cradled in their mother’s arms or running down the hallways in a similar fashion to...

Mr.Gorton Teacher Feature

Mr.Gorton Teacher Feature

November 4, 2015

Mr. Gorton is a middle school U.S history teacher here at DaVinci Academy. He was born in Dewitt, Michigan, and recently moved to Utah to become a professional...

Mrs. Scadlock- All work and lots of Smiles

Mrs. Scadlock- All work and lots of Smiles

October 21, 2015

Nicole Rich Scadlock is an IEP director here at DaVinci Academy. She was born in Ogden, Utah but 48 hours after birth she moved to Missouri due to her...

Manthony’s Dad

Manthony’s Dad

October 9, 2015

Rey Medellin is a 34 year old counselor here at DaVinci Academy. He was born and raised in Galveston, Texas. He later joined the army reserve and went...

Generations of Figueira teaching

Generations of Figueira teaching

September 25, 2015

Filed under Arts, Out of the Can, Teacher Feature

Mr. Figueira has always wanted to be a teacher ever since the seventh grade. He said he had a band teacher in seventh grade that inspired him to be a...

Deeper into Simonson

Deeper into Simonson

September 25, 2015

Deloy Simonson is a second year teacher at DaVinci Academy, and having taught multiple subjects, is now focusing solely on mathematics. He chose to teach because...

Janitors- Especially Ours

Janitors- Especially Ours

September 22, 2015

Janitors are all over the world. They say the single greatest thing about being a cleaning service professional, is that you are truly making a difference...

Spunky Spatig

Spunky Spatig

May 8, 2015

Shantel Spatig, one of the newest additions to the DaVinci family, teaches math to eighth and ninth graders. Spatig came to DaVinci because she and her husb...

Get to Know Lindsey Heslop

Sydney Archibald

April 8, 2015

Filed under Teacher Feature

Ms. Lindsey Heslop, a Special Ed teacher at DaVinci, loves to go camping, boating, hiking, and traveling. She grew up in Kaysville, Utah, and went to Snow College, Utah Valley College and is currently getting her Masters Degree at Westminster College. One of her favorite memories from when she was little is traveling to the Caribbean with her family. If she had a choice of what food to ...

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