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  • Micha Hill
    512-779-2872

    Davis Elementary School8

    Austin, TX | Travis County

    March 31, 2015


    My son went to Kindergarten in Davis for 2014-2015 year for few months and then we had to move. He now goes to a different school. However, we were very satisfied with the class, curriculum taught and the teacher. His teacher was Mr. Moreno. He would select materials for my son according to his capacity and send home works for his level. My son enjoyed his time in Davis a lot and learned a lot too. He took a big leap in his reading skills. Thank you for all your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

    Submitted by a parent

    August 28, 2014


    I love having my children at Davis. I have a kindergarten student and a 3rd grader and this is there second year attending. I love the parent involvement, the lesson plans, and how the teachers go above and beyond to keep the students engaged. Very good school!

    Submitted by a parent

    August 24, 2014


    Very good school! The staff is extremely pleasant and eager to answer questions and fulfill the help you need. School has a very close community and very relaxed vibe. Highly recommend this school!

    Submitted by a parent

    May 15, 2014


    My son and daughter both attended Will Davis Elementary. The teachers are very caring and developed interesting lessons. My children loved going to school! There are many enrichment activities from Math Pentathalon to Spanish Enrichment to a school-wide MARE ocean program. Parent involvement is incredible and there are opportunities for everyone to become involved. The school has two computer labs and a science lab. They are part of a new initiative where each grade level learns another language. My son was taught Latin by a High School Latin teacher! Administration is open to parent concerns and welcomes parent involvement at all levels. It's a great school!

    Submitted by a parent

    May 6, 2014


    Davis is an absolutely amazing school. Staff is wonderful, caring, and responsive. They have numerous unique and interesting programs. They keep students engaged, and set them up for a life long love of learning. The parent involvement is above and beyond. Fund raisers and school functions abound, are well organized, and super fun to boot. Our 2 children are thriving here, and I am eager for our little ones to grow into this school as well.

    Submitted by a parent

    August 7, 2011


    Welcoming, Warm environment for children of all abilities. This school can meet your needs whatever they may be. And the teachers and staff are top notch. We had some great years at Davis and will miss Dr. Hall and the staff he has put together there.

    Submitted by a parent

    June 20, 2011


    Davis is a great school. Our principal, Dr. Hall, was just named the AISD principal of the year. The teacher staff is excellent and parents are very active. The school has great programs: lego robotics, math pentathlon, destination imagination, mare week, international week, etc.. Children are excited about learning at Davis. Our family continues to have an overwhelmingly positive experience.

    Submitted by a parent

    June 20, 2011


    I concur with the parent review below. We have 2 boys at Davis and it continues to be a fabulous learning environment. Dr Hall is an AMAZING principal and should be national principal of the year. The teachers are dedicated and the boys will walk away with a first class elementary education at a school they love.

    Submitted by a parent

    October 3, 2009


    It has wonderful teachers and great parents that make it a super learning environment for children. We care and we try!

    Submitted by a parent

    September 28, 2009


    We are so plessed to have our son at Davis! The faculty and staff are great and very invloved with the kids. There are so many volunteers that really help everything run smoothly too. My son especially likes the weekly labs in computer and science that not all schools offer. I cannot say enough great things about the school.

    Submitted by a parent

    September 16, 2009


    The administration is very responsive, and encourages the children to do their best in a very positive way. The parental involvement at the school is second to none.

    Submitted by a parent

    July 16, 2009


    Davis Elementary is an excellent school with great teachers and wonderful leadership. I particularly like the 'team' teaching approach and cross-discipline tie-in's. (i.e. many of the academic study units also have a PE, Art, Music related units.) Great parental involvement/volunteerism at this school. We moved to a larger home a few years ago and specifically chose a home in the same area so that our younger child can continue to attend school at Davis Elementary. Highly recommended!

    Submitted by a parent

    July 1, 2009


    Response to other postings. Special ed. Children are special ed. For a rea. You can not judge a five minute viewing and sum the situation just from that. The staff is excellent and very experienced. The childen are learning even sometimes when they are giving consistwnt teaching. Davis is a great place to be regular ed. Or special ed. I have seen other schools a lot worse. Believe me be thankful

    June 30, 2009


    My son loved Davis. He remembers all the MARE activities and wonderful teachers.

    Submitted by a parent

    May 20, 2009


    I was not referring to any child with autism. Come to the lunch room to witness how children behave or spend time in the classroom, and you will know what I am talking about. Quite frankly, I am tired of a select few kids in each class who act out, and are not disciplined at home. Then it becomes the school's job to discipline the kids, and it becomes the teacher's responsibility to do it, and they have it tough enough. I am talking about kids using cuss words, screaming at adults, hitting, acting up, indecent exposure, etc. I have witnessed these incidents, and the kids behavior continue to become worse, and I am shocked that it is happening at such a young age. Again, I am not referring to any child in PPCD or with disabilities, because I do see them, and understand them.

    Submitted by a parent

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