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Community Based Program

Community-Based Programming Disclosure
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Authentic Learning Experiences

     In order to help each student meet the priority goals and objectives of his/her current Individualized Educational Program, we will be providing instruction in out-of-school sites as well as in the classroom during the coming school year according to student readiness.  This type of instruction is called “Community-Based Programming.”  It provides students with disabilities the opportunity to acquire functional skills and to interact with non-disabled individuals.  Exposure to shopping centers, restaurants, banks, neighborhood grocery stores, etc., will provide your son/daughter with the opportunity to learn to function more independently in the world.
     We will be communicating with you periodically by phone or letter throughout the school year to inform you about some of the various community activities in which you/your student will participate.  At times, you may choose to send a small amount of money to cover the cost of a special activity, such as lunch at a fast-food restaurant or shopping.
     All out-of-school activities will be under our direction.  Supervision will be provided by educators and/or other authorized, responsible adults.  Various means of transportation will be used: walking, public buses, school buses, etc. in all kinds of weather.  Please watch the weather reports and dress accordingly. 
  Please note that school staff are not allowed to use personally owned automobiles to transport students.
  School Phone: 801-402-5975

If a Work Related Injury Occurs

    If a work related injury should occur at a work-site or on a community outing, Davis School District will provide coverage, if the student goes to a  district approved clinic listed below.  In the event of a life or limb-threatening emergency, care will be sought at the nearest hospital or emergency facility.  We will make every effort to contact you when there is an injury; however, if we are unable to reach you and initial first aide does not appear sufficient, we will respond with immediate, appropriate care by one of the following: transporting to one of these locations (listed below) and/or calling 911 for immediate emergency response. 
   Davis School District Risk-Management—801.402.5144  (Scott Zigich)

Please initial the Community-Based Programming section of the 2020 VEC Policies Procedures Signature Page acknowledging receipt of and familiarity with this information.

DSD Approved Clinics or Emergency Care

Clinics

First Med (Bountiful)
1512 S. 300 W. #100
Bountiful, Utah   84010
(801) 295-6483
Mon. - Sat.: 9:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

IHC WorkMed (Layton)
2075 University Park Blvd
Layton, Utah   84041
(801) 776-4444
Mon. - Fri.: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Clinics

Revere Health Rock Run Family Med (Roy)
5640 S. 3500 W.
Roy, Utah    84067
(801) 773-2838
Mon. - Fri.: 8:00am - 9:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 3:00pm

Ogden WorkMed 
1355 W. Hinckley Dr.
Ogden, Utah     84401
(801) 387-6150
Mon. - Fri.: 7:30am - 5:30pm

After Hours & Weekends 
Only

IHC InstaCare (any location)
Mon. - Fri.: 5:00pm - 12:00am
Sat. - Sun.: 8:00am - 12:00am

FOR LIFE -THREATENING
EMERGENCIES ONLY

Nearest Emergency Room

Intermountain Layton Hospital
201 Layton Parkway 
Layton,  Utah    84041
(801) 543-6000
All Hours

 

PRESCRIPTIONS

If any prescriptions are required, they are required to be filled at:

Smiths Food & Drug 
(Any Pharmacy Location)