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Open House

Blue Spirit Open House

Davis Senior High School presents


Thursday, February 23, 2017

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM





Main Stage Quad: Acoustic ensembles by student musicians


Brunelle Theatre: “Standing on Ceremony” rehearsal – (IPAB)


Agricultural Engineering: Welding Demonstration (O-02)


Animal Health: Vet. Med. Procedures (O-01A)


Dance Performance: Performing in Dance Room (5:15 pm)


Floral Design:  Corsage and centerpiece (O-01)


Robotics Team: Robot Play & Display (Library Entrance)


Sangria Spanish Sing-along: World Languages (O-06)


Speech & Debate: Observe team speeches and debates (Library)




Barbecue  - Prepared by Student Government (Quad)

$3.00 – Burgers & hot dogs

$1.00 – drinks & snacks




Current 9th graders – pick up your memento at multiple venues across campus (rooms listed throughout program)






Provides one-on-one tutoring, in-class tutoring, and after school tutoring.  Meet the Program Supervisor, to learn about this academic support program. A Peer Tutor class (practical art) is available to juniors and seniors.


AGRICULTURE (O-01, O-01A, O-02)


Three student led hands-on participation labs for open house guests:

O-01:  Animal Systems presentations where students will check the pulse rate of lambs and perform a health checks on rabbits

O-01A: Plant systems presentations.  Floral arranging, corsage construction, and vegetable evaluation and grading.

O-02: Power, structure, and technical systems.  Incoming students will operate MIG and TIG welding equipment


ART - (A1, A3, A6, A7)


View art projects: Drawing Painting (A1), Art History (A3),

Ceramics (A6), Photography (A7) Video/film (Art Office – across from A6),


AUTO TECH -  (O-03)


The DSHS auto shop will host open-shop and live-demonstrations in the auto shop and shop parking lot.  A project car can be viewed on the QUAD.




Learn about our 29 various sports programs and new online athletic registration process.


AVID (Computer Lab in Library)


Learn about Advancement Via Independent Determination (AVID).

Tutorial demonstration 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm in the Computer Lab.


CAREER CENTER (access through Library)


Visit the career center to see what resources are available to help students navigate college planning, find college scholarships, access up-to-date financial aid information, explore summer activities, volunteer and job opportunities, and more.




Learn about our CyberSecurity:ICT Essentials, Internet Engineering (CISCO), C++/Java programming, and Drafting classes.


COUNSELORS (Administration Building Table)


Counselors will be available to answer questions in English and Spanish. Campus maps and programs will be available.




View a rehearsal of our spring production: “Standing On Ceremony.”

Director of Theatre & Drama Gwyn Bruch will be on hand as well as our Director of Technical Theatre, Kathy Peter, to answer any questions about our program


ENGLISH (Library)


Have your questions answered about Lit/Comp AP and get the details on the differences between college prep, honors, Advanced Placement while we showcase student work in: English 10, American Literature, British Lit, English 12, and SciFi.  Learn more about English support and elective courses in ELD (English Language Development), ACES (Academic Coaching Empowering Success), Yearbook, and our award winning Multimedia Journalism program- The HUB (Students will be available to answer your HUB related questions)




Hear about Foods, Culinary Arts, & Fashion.  Fun skills that can lead to entry level jobs.  See how greenhouse and gardens make healthy are a part of the Blue Devil lifestyle


LEAD (Quad)


LEAD students will have applications and answer questions about LEAD.




Obsolete and discarded books from the library and textbook collection will be on tables near the library entrance.




Learn about the Common Core math sequence from our math teachers.




Music teachers will be available to discuss instrumental and choral program offerings.


PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Weight Room & Dance Room)


Weight Room:  Meet the coaches.  Ask questions about the various Physical Education course offerings, the NEW Weight Lifting and Strength and Conditioning course offerings, and ILS.  Also, stop by for information on the Weight room Renovation Campaign!


Dance Room:  Meet the DHS dance teacher. Learn how Introduction to Dance and Intermediate/Advanced Dance are classes that can fulfill either a student's Physical Education or Fine Arts requirements for graduation. See a short performance of both student work and teacher choreography!




The Davis Senior High School Robotics Program will be showcasing all aspects of our program from Fabrication and assembly to program and Business/Media. Come see robots and learn about how you can become a part of this exciting program, Visit the action in M1 and M2 and view our demonstrations in front of the library




C1: Zoology & Botany and Biology AP

C2: Environmental Science and new internship

S5: Biology, Biotechnology, and Physiology and Anatomy.

S9: Chemistry and Physics options

S8: Which Chem is for You? (Short presentation provided)

O1: Which UC/CSU approved Agri-science options are right for you?




World Civilization, US History (AP), RSJ, US Government(AP), Economics, Microeconomics/Macroeconomics, International Relations, Human Geography AP, and Psychology classes will have displays and power point presentations.


SPECIAL EDUCATION (Learning Center & C4)


Learning Center:  Learn about strategies for different disabilities, career interest surveys, learning style inventories (take home materials available).

C4:  Inclusion students participate in activities on and off campus that promote independence.  Direct instruction is provided in building job readiness skills, personal safety, stranger awareness, social interactions, and functional reading, writing and math skills.




Learn about our World Language classes:

Chinese, French, German, Japanese & Spanish

Join our international community where you will sample food from other countries, view student presentations, textbooks, student work, and learn about the various language exchange programs.


Spanish sing-along 6:00 pm – 6:30 pm.