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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 15, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1654 - A meteorological office established in Tuscany began recording daily temperature readings.

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY:

Anyone interested in taking AP Art Studio next year should come to A-1 at lunch for an informational meeting.

Come to Best Buddies Movie Night, at 6:30pm in the library! Admission is free, and there will be a bake sale! Everyone is welcome bring your friends!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Come and finish your Trans awareness week posters in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the 2nd floor near the elevator during lunch @ the GSA.

 

This is your last chance to sign –up for dodgeball, a lunchtime event. Apps are in the Student Government room, NIA, and are due today. You can win In- n-out gift cards, T – shirts, and bragging rights.

 

Are you interested in Politics? If so, come to DHS Politics Club in N-2 at lunch today to talk about the Alabama Special Election, net neutrality, and more! See you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity & JV Basketball Les Curry Tournament – North & South Gyms

Girls Wrestling @ Women’s West Coast TOC -Hardwood Palace                                    dismissal: TBA

Frosh Boys Basketball @ Rocklin Frosh Tournament

Girls Basketball vs Folsom/Vista Tourney @ Vista Del Lago – JV Tourney

Frosh Girls Basketball vs Folsom/ Vista Tourney @ Vista del Lago - TBA

Girls Varsity Soccer vs Bullard - 6:00pm

Boys Varsity Soccer @ Summer Hays Classic

 

Attention boys in grades 9-12 interested in DHS Boys Volleyball this spring:  there will be some pre-season Open Gym opportunities coming up.  The first open gym will be Dec. 21 & 22 4-6pm. You must be cleared with Athletics in order to participate. Contact coach Jason for additional dates Jason.balmes82@gmail.com

 

ACDEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Davis Parent University - Dan Siegel (The Yes Brain) event Jan 10, 2018

DPU's January 10, 2018 event with Dan Siegel, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Yes Brain, at DHS’ Brunelle Hall, is currently sold out.  Ticket holders should arrive no later than 6:45pm, to guarantee their seat. Walk-ins are welcome and will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 6:50pm.  In past lectures, all walk-ins have been accommodated.  We hope to see you there!

 

PSAT Scores: Online scores are now available at https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/ , from 12/14 to 1/31/18. Paper scores reports will be available late January.

 

LICENSCED THERAPY DOGS ARE COMING TO DSHS!   With Finals Week and the holiday season upon us, we all might need some unconditional love!  If you’re in the need of some canine affection then please come to the Dance Room (door facing the P-wing and N-Wing courtyard) on THURSDAY, December 21st.  The dogs will arrive on campus right before the break between 3rd and 5th period finals – all are welcome at this time (10:15-10:35).  The dogs will be in the Dance Room for the entire 5th period final.  Thank you to the volunteers from Lend-a-Heart organization in Sacramento for bringing their pets (dogs will always be leashed with their owner).

 

CLUBS:

Semester two Club Grants are now available! If you want money for your club, apply now. Pick up an application in room N-1A.

 

CAREER:

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  The Davis Chamber of Commerce will host a Job Readiness Fair on Wednesday, January 17 from 3:00 – 5:00 in the Brunelle Theater.  Come to the Fair to get expert advice on exploring your future career path, meet with local businesses about job opportunities, get resources to prepare you for your next job, learn interview skills, find out how to create a resume, and much more!  There will be free swag and raffle prizes!  Come to the Career Center to find out how to sign up for this fun and informative event!

 

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:  If you would you like to do research at UC Davis this summer, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program offers high achieving high school students the opportunity to participate in a six-week summer research program June 24 – August 4 in the biological and natural sciences.  Students will stay in a UCD dorm and conduct research, participate in lab work, go on field trips and earn five units of university credit.  Applications are due March 16.  Come to the Career Center for information about the program, fees, and financial assistance.

Davis Kids Klub is an after school recreation program at elementary schools surrounding DHS. If you would like to apply for a job or internship/volunteer hours throughout the week, please email daviskidsklub@aol.com.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/14/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 14, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1993 - The United Mine Workers approved a five-year contract that ended a strike that had reached seven states and involved some of the nation's biggest coal operators. 

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli. 

 

TODAY:

Calling all Football Players: There will be an off-season strength and conditioning meeting in the Davis High Weight Room today at 4pm. All students interested in playing football in the 2018 season should attend.

 

Wellness doesn’t just mean not being sick. Come by the DHS Library during 6th period to explore the concept of wellness with Abby, the school nurse. We’ll discuss topics like nutrition exercise and play some games. Make sure to sign – up on the DHS counseling page, stay Healthy DHS students!

 

Winter Rhapsody Concert, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm-9:30pm

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity & JV Basketball Les Curry Tournament – North & South Gyms

Frosh Boys Basketball @ Rocklin Frosh Tournament

Girls JV & Frosh Basketball @ Folsom/Vista Tourney

Frosh Girls Basketball vs Folsom/ Vista Tourney @ Vista del Lago - TBA

 

Attention boys in grades 9-12 interested in DHS Boys Volleyball this spring:  there will be some pre-season Open Gym opportunities coming up.  The first open gym will be Dec. 21 & 22 4-6pm. You must be cleared with Athletics in order to participate. Contact coach Jason for additional dates Jason.balmes82@gmail.com

 

ACDEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Davis Parent University - Dan Siegel (The Yes Brain) event Jan 10, 2018

DPU's January 10, 2018 event with Dan Siegel, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Yes Brain, at DHS’ Brunelle Hall, is currently sold out.  Ticket holders should arrive no later than 6:45pm, to guarantee their seat. Walk-ins are welcome and will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 6:50pm.  In past lectures, all walk-ins have been accommodated.  We hope to see you there!

 

PSAT Scores: Online scores are now available at https://studentscores.collegeboard.org/ , from 12/14 to 1/31/18. Paper scores reports will be available late January.

Anyone interested in taking AP Art Studio next year should come to A-1 at lunch on Friday for an informational meeting.

 

LICENSCED THERAPY DOGS ARE COMING TO DSHS!   With Finals Week and the holiday season upon us, we all might need some unconditional love!  If you’re in the need of some canine affection then please come to the Dance Room (door facing the P-wing and N-Wing courtyard) on THURSDAY, December 21st.  The dogs will arrive on campus right before the break between 3rd and 5th period finals – all are welcome at this time (10:15-10:35).  The dogs will be in the Dance Room for the entire 5th period final.  Thank you to the volunteers from Lend-a-Heart organization in Sacramento for bringing their pets (dogs will always be leashed with their owner).

 

CLUBS:

Semester two Club Grants are now available! If you want money for your club, apply now. Pick up an application in room N-1A.

It’s time to sign up to complete in the 13th annual DHS Idol! Pick up your application in the choir room, PA-08. Both individuals and group acts can apply! All applications are due by January 4. Good luck!

 

Come to Best Buddies Movie Night this Friday, at 6:30pm in the library! Admission is free, and there will be a bake sale! Everyone is welcome bring your friends!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Come and finish your trans awareness week posters in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the 2nd floor near the elevator during lunch on Friday @ the GSA.

 

This is your last chance to sign –up for dodgeball, a lunchtime event. Apps are in the Student Government room, NIA, and are due this Friday. You can win In- n-out gift cards, T – shirts, and bragging rights.

 

CAREER:

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  The Davis Chamber of Commerce will host a Job Readiness Fair on Wednesday, January 17 from 3:00 – 5:00 in the Brunelle Theater.  Come to the Fair to get expert advice on exploring your future career path, meet with local businesses about job opportunities, get resources to prepare you for your next job, learn interview skills, find out how to create a resume, and much more!  There will be free swag and raffle prizes!  Come to the Career Center to find out how to sign up for this fun and informative event!

 

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:  If you would you like to do research at UC Davis this summer, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program offers high achieving high school students the opportunity to participate in a six-week summer research program June 24 – August 4 in the biological and natural sciences.  Students will stay in a UCD dorm and conduct research, participate in lab work, go on field trips and earn five units of university credit.  Applications are due March 16.  Come to the Career Center for information about the program, fees, and financial assistance.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/13/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 13, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1991 - North Korea and South Korea signed a historic non-aggression agreement.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY:

Girl up will be hosting its next club meeting! We will be talking about the December Girl Up challenge! Hope to see you there!

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information, contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

The Davis High School FFA Boosters will be hosting a fundraiser at the Davis Blaze Pizza location at 212 F Street from 5-8pm. You MUST have the flyer in order for us to receive credit. Please visit davisffaagboosters.weebly.com to print the flyer.

 

Come join the Women’s Soccer Program at their Blaze Fundraiser. The fundraiser goes from 5:30-9pm today. Make sure to show your flyer and enjoy your pizza!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Soccer @ Napa 4:00V/6:00JV                                                                      dismiss: 1:30V

 

Calling all Football Players: There will be an off-season strength and conditioning meeting in the Davis High Weight Room on Thursday Dec. 14th at 4pm. All students interested in playing football in the 2018 season should attend.

 

Have you checked out the new Golden 1 Arena in Sacramento? Now is your chance! Come cheer on the Davis High Varsity Girls & Boys teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Friday, January 5. Girls play at 6pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DHS Finance Office and webstore. This is a fundraiser for the DHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

Attention boys in grades 9-12 interested in DHS Boys Volleyball this spring:  there will be some pre-season Open Gym opportunities coming up.  The first open gym will be Dec. 21 & 22 4-6pm. You must be cleared with Athletics in order to participate. Contact coach Jason for additional dates Jason.balmes82@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Wellness doesn’t just mean not being sick. Come by the DHS Library Thursday December 14th during 6th period to explore the concept of wellness with Abby, the school nurse. We’ll discuss topics like nutrition exercise and play some games. Make sure to sign – up on the DHS Counseling page, stay Healthy DHS students!

 

Davis Parent University - Dan Siegel (The Yes Brain) event Jan 10, 2018

DPU's January 10, 2018 event with Dan Siegel, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Yes Brain, at DHS’ Brunelle Hall, is currently sold out.  Ticket holders should arrive no later than 6:45pm, to guarantee their seat. Walk-ins are welcome and will be seated on a first-come, first-served basis starting at 6:50pm.  In past lectures, all walk-ins have been accommodated.  We hope to see you there!

 

Anyone interested in taking AP Art Studio next year should come to A-1 at lunch on Friday for an informational meeting.

 

CLUBS:

Semester two Club Grants are now available! If you want money for your club, apply now. Pick up an application in room N-1A.

It’s time to sign up to complete in the 13th annual DHS Idol! Pick up your application in the choir room, PA-08. Both individuals and group acts can apply! All applications are due by January 4. Good luck!

 

Come to Best Buddies Movie Night this Friday, at 6:30pm in the library! Admission is free, and there will be a bake sale! Everyone is welcome bring your friends!

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Come and finish your trans awareness week posters in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the 2nd floor near the elevator during lunch on Friday @ the GSA.

 

This is your last chance to sign –up for dodgeball, a lunchtime event. Apps are in the Student Government room, NIA, and are due this Friday. You can win In- n-out gift cards, T – shirts, and bragging rights.

 

CAREER:

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  The Davis Chamber of Commerce will host a Job Readiness Fair on Wednesday, January 17 from 3:00 – 5:00 in the Brunelle Theater.  Come to the Fair to get expert advice on exploring your future career path, meet with local businesses about job opportunities, get resources to prepare you for your next job, learn interview skills, find out how to create a resume, and much more!  There will be free swag and raffle prizes!  Come to the Career Center to find out how to sign up for this fun and informative event!

 

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:  If you would you like to do research at UC Davis this summer, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program offers high achieving high school students the opportunity to participate in a six-week summer research program June 24 – August 4 in the biological and natural sciences.  Students will stay in a UCD dorm and conduct research, participate in lab work, go on field trips and earn five units of university credit.  Applications are due March 16.  Come to the Career Center for information about the program, fees, and financial assistance.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/12/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 12, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1800 - Washington, DC, was established as the capital of the United States.

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:

Come to Professions in Health Club in S-12 Mr. Richardson’s room! We will have our December speaker, all are welcome, bring your friends!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Basketball vs Antelope 4:00F-5:30JV-7:00V

Girls Soccer vs Roseville 5:00V/3:30JV                                                                           dismissal: 2:00JV

Boys Soccer @ Jesuit (JV Blue only) 3:00pm                                                                   dismiss 1:15JV

Boys Soccer JV White @ Jesuit – 3:00

 

Calling all Football Players: There will be an off-season strength and conditioning meeting in the Davis High Weight Room on Thursday Dec. 14th at 4pm. All students interested in playing football in the 2018 season should attend.

 

Blue Devil Spirit Wear makes great holiday gifts! Royal blue or black hooded sweatshirts are available for $25; white or royal blue athletic socks are $12; royal blue cinch bags are $10. Available in the DHS Finance Office. Coming soon to the DHS webstore!

 

Have you checked out the new Golden 1 Arena in Sacramento? Now is your chance! Come cheer on the Davis High Varsity Girls & Boys teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Friday, January 5. Girls play at 6pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DHS Finance Office and webstore. This is a fundraiser for the DHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

Come join the Women’s Soccer Program at their Blaze Fundraiser. The fundraiser goes from 5:30-9pm on Wednesday December 13th. Make sure to show your flyer and enjoy your pizza!

 

Attention boys in grades 9-12 interested in DHS Boys Volleyball this spring:  there will be some pre-season Open Gym opportunities coming up.  The first open gym will be Dec. 21 & 22 4-6pm. You must be cleared with Athletics in order to participate. Contact coach Jason for additional dates Jason.balmes82@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Anyone interested in taking AP Art Studio next year should come to A-1 at lunch on Friday for an informational meeting.

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information, contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

CLUBS:

Semester two Club Grants are now available! If you want money for your club, apply now. Pick up an application in room N-1A.

Girl up will be hosting its next cub meeting on December 13th! We will be talking about the December Girl Up challenge! Hope to see you there!

 

It’s time to sign up to complete in the 13th annual DHS Idol! Pick up your application in the choir room, PA-08. Both individuals and group acts can apply! All applications are due by January 4. Good luck!

 

The Davis High School FFA Boosters will be hosting a fundraiser at the Davis Blaze Pizza location at 212 F Street from 5-8pm on 12/13/17. You MUST have the flyer in order for us to receive credit. Please visit davisffaagboosters.weebly.com to print the flyer.

 

Come to Best Buddies Movie Night this Friday, at 6:30pm in the library! Admission is free, and there will be a bake sale! Everyone is welcome bring your friends!

 

CAREER:

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  The Davis Chamber of Commerce will host a Job Readiness Fair on Wednesday, January 17 from 3:00 – 5:00 in the Brunelle Theater.  Come to the Fair to get expert advice on exploring your future career path, meet with local businesses about job opportunities, get resources to prepare you for your next job, learn interview skills, find out how to create a resume, and much more!  There will be free swag and raffle prizes!  Come to the Career Center to find out how to sign up for this fun and informative event!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                        

12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/11/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 11, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1941 - Germany and Italy declared war on the United States. The U.S in turn declared war on the two countries

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY:

Come to Premed Club, today at lunch in room S-01 to listen to a Doctor talk about his experiences getting into Medical School, and on the job.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Soccer vs Will C. Wood 3:30V/5:00JV    dismiss: 2:15V

 

Calling all Football Players: There will be an off-season strength and conditioning meeting in the Davis High Weight Room on Thursday Dec. 14th at 4pm. All students interested in playing football in the 2018 season should attend.

 

Blue Devil Spirit Wear makes great holiday gifts! Royal blue or black hooded sweatshirts are available for $25; white or royal blue athletic socks are $12; royal blue cinch bags are $10. Available in the DHS Finance Office. Coming soon to the DHS webstore!

 

Have you checked out the new Golden 1 Arena in Sacramento? Now is your chance! Come cheer on the Davis High Varsity Girls & Boys teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Friday, January 5. Girls play at 6pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DHS Finance Office and webstore. This is a fundraiser for the DHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

CLUBS:

Semester two Club Grants are now available! If you want money for your club, apply now. Pick up an application in room N-1A.

Girl up will be hosting its next cub meeting on December 13th! We will be talking about the December Girl Up challenge! Hope to see you there!

 

Come to Professions in Health Club in S-12 Mr. Richardson’s room on 12/12/17! We will have our December speaker, all are welcome, bring your friends!

 

CAREER:

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  The Davis Chamber of Commerce will host a Job Readiness Fair on Wednesday, January 17 from 3:00 – 5:00 in the Brunelle Theater.  Come to the Fair to get expert advice on exploring your future career path, meet with local businesses about job opportunities, get resources to prepare you for your next job, learn interview skills, find out how to create a resume, and much more!  There will be free swag and raffle prizes!  Come to the Career Center to find out how to sign up for this fun and informative event!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                    12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

more
Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/8/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 8, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1953 - Los Angeles became the third largest city in the United States.

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY:

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will continue making posters about Trans awareness at lunch, in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting in room P-13. There is only 1 more meeting after this. Be sure to attend at least 2 meetings this semester to fulfill active lifetime membership, Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Antelope Tournament – TBA F/JV/V

Girls Basketball Varsity @ Roseville Tournament

Girls Basketball Frosh @ Napa Tourney

Girls Soccer Varsity vs Clovis North @ Madera – 6:00pm                                         dismiss: All-Day-V

 

Calling all Football Players: There will be an off-season strength and conditioning meeting in the Davis High Weight Room on Thursday Dec. 14th at 4pm. All students interested in playing football in the 2018 season should attend.

 

Blue Devil Spirit Wear makes great holiday gifts! Royal blue or black hooded sweatshirts are available for $25; white or royal blue athletic socks are $12; royal blue cinch bags are $10. Available in the DHS Finance Office. Coming soon to the DHS webstore!

 

Have you checked out the new Golden 1 Arena in Sacramento? Now is your chance! Come cheer on the Davis High Varsity Girls & Boys teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Friday, January 5. Girls play at 6pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DHS Finance Office and webstore. This is a fundraiser for the DHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Parking Lots and Lockers: Students, please remember that parking lots are off limits during break, passing periods, and class time.  If you are in need of a locker, there are still plenty of lockers available.  Please come to the attendance office and request a locker.  Remember to bring a lock!

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Davis Parent University Presents

HOW TO CULTIVATE COURAGE, CURIOSITY AND RESILIENCE IN YOUR CHILD

New York Times Bestselling Author and Award-winning Educator, Dan Siegel, MD, will present from his latest book, The Yes Brain: How to Cultivate Courage, Curiosity and Resilience in Your Child. Plan to reserve your tickets starting Dec. 4th for this exciting January 10th, 2018 lecture (7-9pm).  For more information, FREE tickets and video of DPU’s last lecture with Michele Borba, please go to www.davisparentuniversity.com.

 

CLUBS:

Semester two Club Grants are now available! If you want money for your club, apply now. Pick up an application in room N-1A.

Girl up will be hosting it’s next cub meeting on December 13th ! we will be talking about the December Girl Up challenge! Hope to see you there!

 

Do you want to get into Medical School, become a doctor a dentist, or a pharmacist? Then come to pre-med club, featuring guest speakers, health symposiums, and other events! We meet every other Monday in room S-01. Our next meeting is on Monday the 11th , we’ll be having a Doctor come speak with us!

 

CAREER:

Are you interesting in community service and volunteering?  If so, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (Davis Post 6949) is accepting volunteers for planning, organizing, and participating in two of their upcoming events:  Community Awards Breakfast on Saturday February 17 and the Veteran and Families Health and Wellness Resource Fair on Sunday March 4.  Volunteers will help with various aspects of these events, including planning, logistics, marketing, networking, social media, speaking, design, graphics, computer related tasks, and more.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                    12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/7/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 7, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1941 - Pearl Harbor, located on the Hawaiian island of Oahu was attacked by nearly 200 Japanese warplanes. The attack resulted in the U.S. entering into World War II.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Hey DHS! The Digital Media Arts Club is holding a meeting in the photography room A-6 at lunch. We will be looking at popular contemporary photographers like Chris Burkard and Brandon Woelfel and analyzing what makes their photos appealing!

 

Help the Band get to Carnegie Hall.  The DHS Band Boosters are holding a fundraiser to support the band's trip to New York City at Panda Express today anytime between 11am and 10pm.  You must show the flier (available at http://groups.dcn.org/dhsbandboosters) on your phone or on paper, or enter coupon code 240716 if ordering online, for us to receive 20% of the sales.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Antelope Tournament – TBA F/JV/V

Girls Basketball Varsity @ Roseville Tournament

Girls Basketball Frosh @ Napa Tourney

 

Blue Devil Spirit Wear makes great holiday gifts! Royal blue or black hooded sweatshirts are available for $25; white or royal blue athletic socks are $12; royal blue cinch bags are $10. Available in the DHS Finance Office. Coming soon to the DHS webstore!

 

Have you checked out the new Golden 1 Arena in Sacramento? Now is your chance! Come cheer on the Davis High Varsity Girls & Boys teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Friday, January 5. Girls play at 6pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DHS Finance Office and webstore. This is a fundraiser for the DHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Parking Lots and Lockers: Students, please remember that parking lots are off limits during break, passing periods, and class time.  If you are in need of a locker, there are still plenty of lockers available.  Please come to the attendance office and request a locker.  Remember to bring a lock!

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Davis Parent University Presents

HOW TO CULTIVATE COURAGE, CURIOSITY AND RESILIENCE IN YOUR CHILD

New York Times Bestselling Author and Award-winning Educator, Dan Siegel, MD, will present from his latest book, The Yes Brain: How to Cultivate Courage, Curiosity and Resilience in Your Child. Plan to reserve your tickets starting Dec. 4th for this exciting January 10th, 2018 lecture (7-9pm).  For more information, FREE tickets and video of DPU’s last lecture with Michele Borba, please go to www.davisparentuniversity.com.

 

CLUBS:

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will continue making posters about Trans awareness at this Friday’s meeting at lunch, in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

Semester two Club Grants are now available! If you want money for your club, apply now. Pick up an application in room N-1A.

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting this Friday, December 8th at lunch in room P-13. There is only 1 more meeting after this. Be sure to attend at least 2 meetings this semester to fulfill active lifetime membership, Hope to see you there!

 

CAREER:

The next Financial Literacy Class will be held in the Career Center on Friday, December 8 at lunch.  Pizza will be provided.  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting the month’s class, which will cover how ATM and debit cards work, and ways to prevent identity theft and debit or credit card fraud. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center soon to sign up. 

 

Are you interesting in community service and volunteering?  If so, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (Davis Post 6949) is accepting volunteers for planning, organizing, and participating in two of their upcoming events:  Community Awards Breakfast on Saturday February 17 and the Veteran and Families Health and Wellness Resource Fair on Sunday March 4.  Volunteers will help with various aspects of these events, including planning, logistics, marketing, networking, social media, speaking, design, graphics, computer related tasks, and more.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

12/8     Friendship Day

12/8     Orchestras Winter concert

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                   

12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/6/17




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During construction bicyclists and pedestrians, traveling east and west who used the Davis Little League Path will need to change their route

Route Changes Include:

  • When leaving Davis High School or North Davis Elementary and traveling eastbound:

Follow the detour signs through Community Park to the intersection of F Street and 14th Street.  At F Street and 14th Street, enter into the bike lane and ride until you reach F Street and 11th Street.  At F Street and 11th Street, a crossing guard will assist you with crossing F Street.  Then travel to H Street and follow the detour signs to the H Street tunnel. 

  • When traveling from Holmes Jr. High and traveling westbound:

Go through the H Street tunnel.  Follow the detour signs on H Street headed south towards 11th Street.  At 11th Street, continue to F Street where the crossing guard will assist you across the street.  Then travel to B Street.  At B Street turn north towards 14th Street.  There is a crossing guard at B and 14th.

  • Do not cut-through the apartment parking lots between F Street and H Street.  
  • Do not ride your bike the wrong way on the road.

 

A map of the detour can be found here. 

 

More information on the project can be found here.

 

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Posted by: Madison Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 12/5/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 6, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1774 - Austria became the first nation to introduce a state education system.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY:

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information, contact Ms. Tabor in room O-5.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Soccer @ Whitney – 6:15V/4:00JV      dismiss: 1:30JV

Boys Soccer vs Vacaville – 5:00V/3:30JV    dismiss 2:15/JV

 

Have you checked out the new Golden 1 Arena in Sacramento? Now is your chance! Come cheer on the Davis High Varsity Girls & Boys teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Friday, January 5. Girls play at 6pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DHS Finance Office and webstore. This is a fundraiser for the DHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Parking Lots and Lockers: Students, please remember that parking lots are off limits during break, passing periods, and class time.  If you are in need of a locker, there are still plenty of lockers available.  Please come to the attendance office and request a locker.  Remember to bring a lock!

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Help the Band get to Carnegie Hall.  The DHS Band Boosters are holding a fundraiser to support the band's trip to New York City at Panda Express Thursday 12/7 anytime between 11am and 10pm.  You must show the flier (available at http://groups.dcn.org/dhsbandboosters) on your phone or on paper, or enter coupon code 240716 if ordering online, for us to receive 20% of the sales.

 

Davis Parent University Presents

HOW TO CULTIVATE COURAGE, CURIOSITY AND RESILIENCE IN YOUR CHILD

New York Times Bestselling Author and Award-winning Educator, Dan Siegel, MD, will present from his latest book, The Yes Brain: How to Cultivate Courage, Curiosity and Resilience in Your Child. Plan to reserve your tickets starting Dec. 4th for this exciting January 10th, 2018 lecture (7-9pm).  For more information, FREE tickets and video of DPU’s last lecture with Michele Borba, please go to www.davisparentuniversity.com.

 

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! The Digital Media Arts Club is holding a meeting this Thursday in the photography room A-6 at lunch. We will be looking at popular contemporary photographers like Chris Burkard and Brandon Woelfel and analyzing what makes their photos appealing!

 

Hey, hey, hey it’s Friendship Day! The next friendship day will be Friday, December 8th and the theme is ugly Holiday sweaters. Enjoy a fun, friendship filled Friday before finals! Turn in your slip by Wednesday, December 6th!

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will continue making posters about Trans awareness at this Friday’s meeting at lunch, in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

CAREER:

The next Financial Literacy Class will be held in the Career Center on Friday, December 8 at lunch.  Pizza will be provided.  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting the month’s class, which will cover how ATM and debit cards work, and ways to prevent identity theft and debit or credit card fraud. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center soon to sign up. 

 

Are you interesting in community service and volunteering?  If so, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (Davis Post 6949) is accepting volunteers for planning, organizing, and participating in two of their upcoming events:  Community Awards Breakfast on Saturday February 17 and the Veteran and Families Health and Wellness Resource Fair on Sunday March 4.  Volunteers will help with various aspects of these events, including planning, logistics, marketing, networking, social media, speaking, design, graphics, computer related tasks, and more.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

12/8     Friendship Day

12/8     Orchestras Winter concert

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                    12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/5/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 5, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1848 - U.S. President Polk triggered the Gold Rush of '49 by confirming the fact that gold had been discovered in California

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:

There will be an informational meeting for the upcoming boy’s golf team on Tuesday 12/5 at 7:00 pm in room N5 at the high school. New and returning players along with parents are encouraged to attend. Contact coach Ronning at kronning@djusd.net if you are unable to attend.

 

Guten Tag! Please join German Club in room P-13 at lunch today to watch the German comedy “Goodbye, Lenin” with us!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Parking Lots and Lockers: Students, please remember that parking lots are off limits during break, passing periods, and class time.  If you are in need of a locker, there are still plenty of lockers available.  Please come to the attendance office and request a locker.  Remember to bring a lock!

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Help the band get to Carnegie Hall.  The DHS Band Boosters are holding a fundraiser to support the band's trip to New York City at Panda Express Thursday 12/7 anytime between 11am and 10pm.  You must show the flier (available at http://groups.dcn.org/dhsbandboosters) on your phone or on paper, or enter coupon code 240716 if ordering online, for us to receive 20% of the sales.

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information, contact Ms. Tabor in room O-5.

Davis Parent University Presents

HOW TO CULTIVATE COURAGE, CURIOSITY AND RESILIENCE IN YOUR CHILD

New York Times Bestselling Author and Award-winning Educator, Dan Siegel, MD, will present from his latest book, The Yes Brain: How to Cultivate Courage, Curiosity and Resilience in Your Child. Plan to reserve your tickets starting Dec. 4th for this exciting January 10th, 2018 lecture (7-9pm).  For more information, FREE tickets and video of DPU’s last lecture with Michele Borba, please go to www.davisparentuniversity.com.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Davis FFA, just as a reminder our next chapter meeting is next Thursday the 7th at 6:00 in room O-1.

 

Hey DHS! The Digital Media Arts Club is holding a meeting this Thursday in the photography room A-6 at lunch. We will be looking at popular contemporary photographers like Chris Burkard and Brandon Woelfel and analyzing what makes their photos appealing!

 

Hey, hey, hey it’s Friendship Day! The next friendship day will be Friday, December 8th and the theme is ugly Holiday sweaters. Enjoy a fun, friendship filled Friday before finals! Turn in your slip by Wednesday, December 6th!

CAREER:

If you are interested in research, come to the Career Center on Tuesday, December 5 at lunch to hear a representative from Pioneer Research Program discuss their college-level research opportunities for high school students. Students work online one-on-one with professors from top colleges to conduct sophisticated research projects that range from the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.  Students earn two college credits upon completion. Come to the Career Center to sign up.

 

A college admissions representative from Mills College will be in the Career Center on Tuesday, December 5 at 9:15.  Come to this visit to learn more about Mills College in Oakland.

 

The next Financial Literacy Class will be held in the Career Center on Friday, December 8 at lunch.  Pizza will be provided.  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting the month’s class, which will cover how ATM and debit cards work, and ways to prevent identity theft and debit or credit card fraud. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center soon to sign up. 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

12/6     LINK Crew commissioner meeting

12/8     Friendship Day

12/8     Orchestras Winter concert

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                    12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/4/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 4, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1945 - The U.S. Senate approved American participation in the United Nations.

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Basketball (JV only) @ Whitney – 5:30

Frosh Girls Basketball @ Whitney – 4:00                      dismissal: 2:00pm   

Boys Soccer vs Dixon 3:30V/5:00JV                             dismiss: 2:15V

 

There will be an informational meeting for the upcoming boy’s golf team on Tuesday 12/5 at 7:00 pm in room N5 at the high school. New and returning players along with parents are encouraged to attend. Contact coach Ronning at kronning@djusd.net if you are unable to attend.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey, hey, hey it’s Friendship Day! The next friendship day will be Friday, December 8th and the theme is ugly Holiday sweaters. Enjoy a fun, friendship filled Friday before finals! Turn in your slip by Wednesday, December 6th!

 

Parking Lots and Lockers: Students, please remember that parking lots are off limits during break, passing periods, and class time.  If you are in need of a locker, there are still plenty of lockers available.  Please come to the attendance office and request a locker.  Remember to bring a lock!

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Help the band get to Carnegie Hall.  The DHS Band Boosters are holding a fundraiser to support the band's trip to New York City at Panda Express Thursday 12/7 anytime between 11am and 10pm.  You must show the flier (available at http://groups.dcn.org/dhsbandboosters) on your phone or on paper, or enter coupon code 240716 if ordering online, for us to receive 20% of the sales.

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in room O-5.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Davis FFA, just as a reminder our next chapter meeting is next Thursday the 7th at 6:00 in room O-1.

 

CAREER:

If you are interested in research, come to the Career Center on Tuesday, December 5 at lunch to hear a representative from Pioneer Research Program discuss their college-level research opportunities for high school students. Students work online one-on-one with professors from top colleges to conduct sophisticated research projects that range from the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.  Students earn two college credits upon completion. Come to the Career Center to sign up.

 

A college admissions representative from Mills College will be in the Career Center on Tuesday, December 5 at 9:15.  Come to this visit to learn more about Mills College in Oakland.

 

The next Financial Literacy Class will be held in the Career Center on Friday, December 8 at lunch.  Pizza will be provided.  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting the month’s class which will cover how ATM and debit cards work, and ways to prevent identity theft and debit or credit card fraud. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center soon to sign up. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

12/6     LINK Crew commissioner meeting

12/8     Friendship Day

12/8     Orchestras Winter concert

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                    12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/1/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     December 1, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1955 - Rosa Parks, a black seamstress in Montgomery, AL, refused to give up her seat to a white man. Mrs. Parks was arrested marking a milestone in the civil rights movement in the U.S.

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY:

Imagine a world without polar bears, we are not far away. Over 25,000 polar bears are at risk due to starvation and climate change. Come learn more at the WCC and the Environmental Club showing of “Before the Flood” with Leonardo DiCaprio at 7pm at the DHS Library. An inspiration to save the world.

 

Do you like drawing, painting or helping others? Then come to the Art for Cure meeting in L-27. We will be going over hospitals looking for art and future fundraisers.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. See you there!

 

Come to Agape in S-7. Everyone is welcome. Bring your friends.

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting at lunch in room P-13. Be sure to bring your STEAC items to Ms. O’Brien ASAP. Hope to see you there! We need all STEAC donations by today at 2:30pm.

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity & JV Boys Wrestling @ Ponderosa tournament                                                                  dismissal: TBA

Varsity Boys Basketball @ Nor Cal Tip-off Tournament

JV Boys Basketball @ Jesuit Tournament

Frosh Boys Basketball @ Del Campo Tournament

Girls Varsity & JV Basketball Speck Tourney- North & South gyms

Varsity & JV Boys Soccer @ Davis Soccer Cup Tournament

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Attention Seniors! Have you submitted your senior quotes and voted for senior mocks? Quotes and votes are due NEXT FRIDAY December 8th! The form can be found in your loop mail inbox.

 

Help the band get to Carnegie Hall.  The DHS Band Boosters are holding a fundraiser to support the band's trip to New York City at Panda Express Thursday 12/7 anytime between 11am and 10pm.  You must show the flier (available at http://groups.dcn.org/dhsbandboosters) on your phone or on paper, or enter coupon code 240716 if ordering online, for us to receive 20% of the sales.

 

CAREER:

If you are interested in research, come to the Career Center on Tuesday, December 5 at lunch to hear a representative from Pioneer Research Program discuss their college-level research opportunities for high school students. Students work online one-on-one with professors from top colleges to conduct sophisticated research projects that range from the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.  Students earn two college credits upon completion. Come to the Career Center to sign up.

 

A college admissions representative from Mills College will be in the Career Center on Tuesday, December 5 at 9:15.  Come to this visit to learn more about Mills College in Oakland.

 

The next Financial Literacy Class will be held in the Career Center on Friday, December 8 at lunch.  Pizza will be provided.  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting the month’s class which will cover how ATM and debit cards work, and ways to prevent identity theft and debit or credit card fraud. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center soon to sign up. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

12/6     LINK Crew commissioner meeting

12/8     Friendship Day

12/8     Orchestras Winter concert

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                         

12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resume

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/1/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 30, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1782 - The United States and Britain signed preliminary peace articles in Paris, ending the Revolutionary War.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Enjoy some pizza and raise money for the DHS Boys Soccer program! Today @ Blaze Pizza, 212 F St. from 5:00-9:00 pm.  Bring a copy of the event flyer to Blaze Pizza that night and 20% of your purchase will be donated back to the program.  Flyers are available at the school office Front Desk.

The Davis FFA members. Just as reminder, the See’s Candy order forms are due today. Please return them to Mr. Hess or Ms. Dyer. All checks should be made out to DSHS FFA.

 

Attention! Every English Learner Student you will get a free ticket to tonight’s girls’ Soccer Game, if you haven’t receive your ticket. Please come and see Ms. Sequeira to pick up your ticket. Come join us for a fun game night!

 

Team HBV will be having a meeting at lunch in room S-05. Come to find out more about exciting upcoming events!

 

If you are interested in current events, politics, or discussion, come to N-2 at lunch today for DSH Politics. We will be discussing net neutrality, the GOP tax plan, and more. See you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Boys Basketball @ Nor Cal Tip-off Tournament

JV Boys Basketball @ Jesuit Tournament                                                                                    dismiss: 2:00JV

Frosh Boys Basketball @ Del Campo Tournament

Girls Varsity & JV Basketball Speck Tourney- North & South gyms

Girls Soccer vs Montgomery - 6:00V/4:00JV                                                                               dismissal: 2:30JV

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Blue Devil Book Drive!

Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English teachers will collect books during the week before and the week after Thanksgiving Break.   We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed.   Bring one, bring a bunch!  All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

Attention Seniors! Have you submitted your senior quotes and voted for senior mocks? Quotes and votes are due NEXT FRIDAY December 8th! The form can be found in your loop mail inbox.

 

 

Help the band get to Carnegie Hall.  The DHS Band Boosters are holding a fundraiser to support the band's trip to New York City at Panda Express Thursday 12/7 anytime between 11am and 10pm.  You must show the flier (available at http://groups.dcn.org/dhsbandboosters) on your phone or on paper, or enter coupon code 240716 if ordering online, for us to receive 20% of the sales.

CLUBS:

Imagine a world without polar bears, we are not far away. Over 25,000 polar bears are at risk due to starvation and climate change. Come learn more at the WCC and the Environmental Club showing of “Before the Flood” with Leonardo DiCaprio on December 1st at 7pm at the DHS Library. An inspiration to save the world.

 

Do you like drawing, painting or helping others? Then come to the Art for Cure meeting on Friday, December 1st in L-27. We will be going over hospitals looking for art and future fundraisers.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. See you there!

 

Come to Agape in S-7. Everyone is welcome. Bring your friends.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

12/6     LINK Crew commissioner meeting

12/8     Friendship Day

12/8     Orchestras Winter concert

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                         

12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

01/8/18 Secondary Teacher Work Day @ DSHS

01/9/18 School Resumes.

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Published: 12/1/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Teachers, Sys Admins, Students, Associates and Parents

From November 29-early January, there will be construction affecting the H to F street pathway, on the south side of the little league fields.  During construction, students, pedestrians, and cyclists traveling between H street and F street can use 11th street to safely cross F. A temporary crosswalk with a crossing guard will be located at 11th Street.  Find below links to more information.  We want to make sure that students are taking the safest routes possible to school.

 

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Posted by: Madison Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 11/30/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Teachers, Sys Admins, Students, Associates and Parents

Please join us for the second annual Davis Joint Unified School District’s We All Belong Community Forum. This event is open to students, staff, parents and community members interested in providing a school climate of peace, respect and openness to diverse perspectives where all students, staff and families belong.  

Spanish translation and childcare will be available.

 

Where: North Davis Elementary Multipurpose Room

Date: Monday, December 4, 2017

Time: 6:30 PM-8:00 PM

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Posted by: Madison Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 11/30/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Homepage, Homepage, Staff, Principals, Assistant Principals, Teachers, Sys Admins, Students, Associates and Parents

Applications are due December 15th!

Are you interested in making a difference and contributing to the future development of World Language programs in the Davis Joint Unified School District? The World Language Task Force will examine current barriers to student participation, current and predicted funding support needed for committee-proposed options as well as future funding opportunities, cost-neutral opportunities, and additional immersion opportunities.  With the potential collaboration between community groups, local community colleges, and UC Davis, the district is seeking to further examine program in light of high school graduation requirements along with UC and CSU language requirements and study innovative programs offered by other school districts.  Download the World Language Task Force Application– applications are due December 15th. Please email the applications to Director Ricardo Perez at rperez@djusd.net.   
 

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Posted by: Madison Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 11/30/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 29, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1890 - Navy defeated Army by a score of 24-0 in the first Army-Navy football game. The game was played at West Point, NY.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY:

Hey Key Clubbers! We are having a general meeting today at lunch in S-12. We will be taking our club yearbook photo as well so we encourage everyone to come!

 

Are you interested in learning about sustainable heel and new alternative energy sources? Come to the first DSH Science café meeting and learn about UCD chemist Dr. Jesus Velasquez research in this fields as well as his life as a scientist! Don’t miss this cool opportunity to talk to a scientist today at 2:30 pm in room S-9!

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

If you are interested in the Army, or the ROTC program, come to the Career Center today at lunch to speak to an Army representative and ROTC Career Advisor.

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Boys’ Basketball vs Nor Cal Tip-off Tournament @ Whitney/Rocklin – 6:30pm

 

Enjoy some pizza and raise money for the DHS Boys Soccer program!  Thursday November 30th@ Blaze Pizza, 212 F St. from 5:00-9:00 pm.  Bring a copy of the event flyer to Blaze Pizza that night and 20% of your purchase will be donated back to the program.  Flyers are available at the school office Front Desk.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Blue Devil Book Drive!

Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English teachers will collect books during the week before and the week after Thanksgiving Break.   We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed.   Bring one, bring a bunch!  All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

Attention Seniors! Have you submitted your senior quotes and voted for senior mocks? Quotes and votes are due NEXT FRIDAY December 8th! The form can be found in your loop mail inbox.

 

CLUBS:

Imagine a world without polar bears, we are not far away. Over 25,000 polar bears are at risk due to starvation and climate change. Come learn more at the WCC and the Environmental Club showing of “Before the Flood” with Leonardo DiCaprio on December 1st at 7pm at the DHS Library. An inspiration to save the world.

 

Do you like drawing, painting or helping others? Then come to the Art for Cure meeting on Friday, December 1st in L-27. We will be going over hospitals looking for art and future fundraisers.

 

The Davis FFA members. Just as reminder, the See’s Candy order forms are due this Thursday the 30th. Please return them to Mr. Hess or Ms. Dyer. All checks should be made out to DSHS FFA.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. See you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/30   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

12/6     LINK Crew commissioner meeting

12/8     Friendship Day

12/8     Orchestras Winter concert

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                        

12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/28/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 28, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1520 - Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan reached the Pacific Ocean after passing through the South American strait. The strait was named after him. He was the first European to sail the Pacific from the east.

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:

Guten Tag! Please join German Club today in P-13 to learn about German Culture and language while eating delicious German food.

 

The professions in Health Science Club will host our November speaker at lunch in S-12. Bring your friends everyone is welcome.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Blue Devil Book Drive!

Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English teachers will collect books during the week before and the week after Thanksgiving Break.   We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed.   Bring one, bring a bunch!  All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

Attention Seniors! Have you submitted your senior quotes and voted for senior mocks? Quotes and votes are due NEXT FRIDAY December 8th! The form can be found in your loop mail inbox.

 

CLUBS:

Imagine a world without polar bears, we are not far away. Over 25,000 polar bears are at risk due to starvation and climate change. Come learn more at the WCC and the Environmental Club showing of “Before the Flood” with Leonardo DiCaprio on December 1st at 7pm at the DHS Library. An inspiration to save the world.

 

Are you interested in learning about sustainable heel and new alternative energy sources? Come to the first DSH Science café meeting and learn about UCD chemist Dr. Jesus Velasquez research in this fields as well as his life as a scientist! Don’t miss this cool opportunity to talk to a scientist this Wednesday the 29th at 2:30 pm in room S-9!

 

CAREER:

Would you like to learn more about the United States Marines?  If so, come to the quad on Wednesday at lunch to speak with a representative from the Marines.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/29   LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

12/6     LINK Crew commissioner meeting

12/8     Friendship Day

12/8     Orchestras Winter concert

12/9     Winter Formal

12/10   Human Rights Day

12/13   All District Jazz Extravaganza                                                                                        

12/14   Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/20   Link Crew meeting

12/25 – 1/5/18 Winter Recess

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/27/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 27, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1779 - The College of Pennsylvania became the University of Pennsylvania. It was the first legally recognized university in America.

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Attention all Seniors! Be on the lookout for an email with a form for senior quotes and mocks! Quotes and votes for mock elections are due due December 8th!

 

Blue Devil Book Drive!

Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English teachers will collect books during the week before and the week after Thanksgiving Break.   We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed.   Bring one, bring a bunch!  All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

CLUBS:

Imagine a world without polar bears, we are not far away. Over 25,000 polar bears are at risk due to starvation and climate change. Come learn more at the WCC and the Environmental Club showing of “Before the Flood” with Leonardo DiCaprio on December 1st at 7pm at the DHS Library. An inspiration to save the world.

 

Are you interested in learning about sustainable heel and new alternative energy sources? Come to the first DSH Science café meeting and learn about UCD chemist Dr. Jesus Velasquez research in this fields as well as his life as a scientist! Don’t miss this cool opportunity to talk to a scientist this Wednesday the 29th at 2:30 pm in room S-9!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/17/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 17, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1970 - The Soviet Union landed an unmanned, remote-controlled vehicle on the moon, the Lunokhod 1. The vehicle was released by Luna 17.

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY:

Trivia Bowl! Yay it’s that time of the year again. Trivia bowl is a super-duper competition where students answer a few questions with the chance to win an amazing prize! Applications are in N1-A, the student government room, and are due before 7th period today. Hope to see you sign up!

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting at lunch in room P-13. Come to hear more volunteer opportunities. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

Davis High Canned Food Drive ends today. Remember the classes with the most cans collected get a Chipotle Party! Donate cans to your respected 4th period class!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Attention all Seniors! Be on the lookout for an email with a form for senior quotes and mocks! Quotes and votes for mock elections are due due December 8th!

 

Blue Devil Book Drive!

Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English teachers will collect books during the week before and the week after Thanksgiving Break.   We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed.   Bring one, bring a bunch!  All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

 HEALTH:

A friendly reminder from your School Nurse: Washing your hands is the best way to outsmart the pesky germs that love winter weather. Use soap & sing the ABC’s for best handwashing practice.

 

CLUBS:

Support BSU by buying pizza at Papa Johns on Nov. 19th. Buy pizza and P.J’s will donate 20% to DHS BSU!

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/16/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 16, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1776 - British troops captured Fort Washington during the American Revolution.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Are you interested in Politics and Debate? If so, come to N-2 DHS Politics Club! See you there!

 

Girls Lacrosse Info Meeting today at 7pm in the DHS Athletic Team room (portable T-04 by the stadium)

Questions? Email Coach Jenn Morris at jennmorris22@gmail.com 

 

Attention Winter Sport ILS Athletes:  Come to your mandatory class meeting on today, 7th period block, in the small gym.  Please arrive on time.  For ILS students with a free 1st period, please come to your mandatory class meeting the following day, Friday, during 1st period in the small gym. 

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Friday, November 17th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the December Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcements, etc. to the DHS PTA Media Listserve at DHSPTAmedia@mailman.dcn.org.Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s).The newsletter is the ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of each month.  This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents' help for upcoming DHS school and student activities.

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Attention all Seniors! Be on the lookout for an email with a form for senior quotes and mocks! Quotes and votes for mock elections are due due December 8th!

 

Blue Devil Book Drive!

Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English teachers will collect books during the week before and the week after Thanksgiving Break.   We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed.   Bring one, bring a bunch!  All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

 HEALTH:

A friendly reminder from your School Nurse: Washing your hands is the best way to outsmart the pesky germs that love winter weather. Use soap & sing the ABC’s for best handwashing practice.

 

CLUBS:

Support BSU by buying pizza at Papa Johns on Nov. 19th. Buy pizza and P.J’s will donate 20% to DHS BSU!

 

Trivia Bowl! Yay it’s that time of the year again. Trivia bowl is a super-duper competition where students answer a few questions with the chance to win an amazing prize! Applications are in N1-A, the student government room, and are due before 7th period on Friday, November 17th. Hope to see you sign up!

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting this Friday, November 17th, at lunch in room P-13. Come to hear more volunteer opportunities. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

Davis High Canned Food Drive ends this Friday, November 17th. Remember the classes with the most cans collected get a Chipotle Party! Donate cans to your respected 4th period class!

 

CAREER:

It’s time to sign-up for this month’s free Financial Literacy class to be held in the Career Center on Friday, November 17 at lunch from 12:00 – 12:42.  Pizza will be provided!  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting this month’s class titled "Money Management, Part 2”.  The class will focus on budgeting and financial goals.  All students are welcome to attend. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/15/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 15, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1969 - In Washington, DC, a quarter of a million protesters staged a peaceful demonstration against the Vietnam War.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY:

Spring Break in Costa Rica: Today is the last day to sign up for the Costa Rica trip.  See Ms. Tessler in counseling for details.

Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 from 2:45 to 3:15 p.m. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

Come to National Art Honor Society at lunch in room A-1. NAHS is a natural recognized art club where you have the opportunity for scholarships.

 

The Girl up Club will be hosting its first meeting today! If you are interested in joining a world- wide community focused on advocating for female leadership, health, and education, please join us in L-29!

 

Do you know that some of the water on Earth may come from comets billions of years ago? To learn more and build your own dry ice comet, come to Astronomy Club is S-11 at lunch!

 

Would you like to learn how to attend college and be a successful college student?  If so, come to the Career Center after school at 2:40 pm to hear a Sacramento City College representative discuss what college is really like, how to choose a major, when and how to apply, paying for college and more!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

ATHLETICS:

DSHS Dance Team will be holding tryouts for the remaining of the 2017-2018 school year

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, November 13th-15th from 4-6pm @ DSHS Choir Room, PA-08

Tryouts, Thursday, November 16th @ 4 pm

Parent/Student Information Packet to be picked up (in the Counseling office), completed, and returned by

Monday, November 13th @4pm. Email Coach Perez with any questions, kperez@djusd.net” 

 

Attention Winter Sport ILS Athletes:  Come to your mandatory class meeting on Thursday, 11/16, 7th period block, in the small gym.  Please arrive on time.  For ILS students with a free 1st period, please come to your mandatory class meeting the following day, Friday, during 1st period in the small gym. 

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Friday, November 17th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the December Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcements, etc. to the DHS PTA Media Listserve at DHSPTAmedia@mailman.dcn.org.Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s).The newsletter is the ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of each month.  This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents' help for upcoming DHS school and student activities.

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

 HEALTH:

 A friendly reminder from your School Nurse: Washing your hands is the best way to outsmart the pesky germs that love winter weather. Use soap & sing the ABC’s for best handwashing practice.

 

CLUBS:

Are you interested in Politics and Debate? If so, come to N-2 this Thursday for DHS Politics Club! See you there!

 

Support BSU by buying pizza at Papa Johns on Nov. 19th. Buy pizza and P.J’s will donate 20% to DHS BSU!

 

Trivia Bowl! Yay it’s that time of the year again. Tricia bowl is a super-duper competition where students answer a few questions with the chance to win an amazing prize! Applications are in N1-A, the student government room, and are due before 7th period on Friday, November 17th. Hope to see you sign up!

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting this Friday, November 17th, at lunch in room P-13. Come to hear more volunteer opportunities. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

Davis High Canned Food Drive ends this Friday, November 17th. Remember the classes with the most cans collected get a Chipotle Party! Donate cans to your respected 4th period class!

 

CAREER:

It’s time to sign-up for this month’s free Financial Literacy class to be held in the Career Center on Friday, November 17 at lunch from 12:00 – 12:42.  Pizza will be provided!  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting this month’s class titled "Money Management, Part 2”.  The class will focus on budgeting and financial goals.  All students are welcome to attend. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/14/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 14, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1935 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed the Philippine Islands a free commonwealth after its new constitution was approved. The Tydings-McDuffie Act planned for the Phillipines to be completely independent by July 4, 1946.

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:

Interested in Davis High Boys’ Tennis team? Boys in grades 9-12 are invited to a preseason meeting today at 4:00pm. We will meet at the court 12 bleachers on the east side of the Davis High tennis courts. Questions? Email davistennisacademy@gmail.com

 

There’s a Model United Nations meeting today! Don’t forget to come!

 

Join our next DHS Health and Wellness event on Stress Management for the Academic Environment— during 7th period in the library. All students who want to attend should sign up on the Counseling Web Page (right side). Students who have a 7th period class will be excused if the signup and attend this Health and Wellness event…Academic Stress---come and learn strategies to manage the pressures!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Water Polo Regional State Playoff @ Sacred Heart Prep-5pm              Dismissal:  12:00

 Boys Varsity Water Polo Regional State Playoff @ Drake-6pm                                 Dismissal: 3:15DHS; 3:00 Jr High

 

DSHS Dance Team will be holding tryouts for the remaining of the 2017-2018 school year

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, November 13th-15th from 4-6pm @ DSHS Choir Room, PA-08

Tryouts, Thursday, November 16th @ 4 pm

Parent/Student Information Packet to be picked up (in the Counseling office), completed, and returned by

Monday, November 13th @4pm. Email Coach Perez with any questions, kperez@djusd.net” 

 

Attention Winter Sport ILS Athletes:  Come to your mandatory class meeting on Thursday, 11/16, 7th period block, in the small gym.  Please arrive on time.  For ILS students with a free 1st period, please come to your mandatory class meeting the following day, Friday, during 1st period in the small gym. 

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Friday, November 17th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the December Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcements, etc. to the DHS PTA Media Listserve at DHSPTAmedia@mailman.dcn.org.Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s).The newsletter is the ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of each month.  This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents' help for upcoming DHS school and student activities.

 

Spring Break in Costa Rica: Last day to sign up for the Costa Rica trip is November 15.  See Ms. Tessler in counseling for details.

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15 p.m. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

HEALTH: A friendly reminder from your School Nurse: Washing your hands is the best way to outsmart the pesky germs that love winter weather. Use soap & sing the ABC’s for best handwashing practice.

 

CLUBS:

Come to National Art Honor Society this Wednesday at lunch in room A-1. NAHS is a natural recognized art club where you have the opportunity for scholarships.

 

Are you interested in Politics and Debate? If so, come to N-2 this Thursday for DHS Politics Club! See you there!

 

CAREER:

It’s time to sign-up for this month’s free Financial Literacy class to be held in the Career Center on Friday, November 17 at lunch from 12:00 – 12:42.  Pizza will be provided!  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting this month’s class titled "Money Management, Part 2”.  The class will focus on budgeting and financial goals.  All students are welcome to attend. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center to sign up.

 

Would you like to learn how to attend college and be a successful college student?  If so, come to the Career Center on Wednesday November 15 after school at 2:40 pm to hear a Sacramento City College representative discuss what college is really like, how to choose a major, when and how to apply, paying for college and more!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Published: 11/13/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 13, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1927 - The Holland Tunnel opened to the public, providing access between New York City and New Jersey beneath the Hudson River.

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY: Hey NHS! We will be holding a meeting today at lunch in S-12. We will announce community service events and go over other information. We hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

DSHS Dance Team will be holding tryouts for the remaining of the 2017-2018 school year

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, November 13th-15th from 4-6pm @ DSHS Choir Room, PA-08

Tryouts, Thursday, November 16th @ 4 pm

Parent/Student Information Packet to be picked up (in the Counseling office), completed, and returned by

Monday, November 13th @4pm. Email Coach Perez with any questions, kperez@djusd.net” 

 

Attention Winter Sport ILS Athletes:  Come to your mandatory class meeting on Thursday, 11/16, 7th period block, in the small gym.  Please arrive on time.  For ILS students with a free 1st period, please come to your mandatory class meeting the following day, Friday, during 1st period in the small gym. 

 

Interested in Davis High Boys’ Tennis team? Boys in grades 9-12 are invited to a preseason meeting on Tuesday, November 14 at 4:00pm. We will meet at the court 12 bleachers on the east side of the Davis High tennis courts. Questions? Email davistennisacademy@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Spring Break in Costa Rica: Last day to sign up for the Costa Rica trip is November 15.  See Ms. Tessler in counseling for details.

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15 p.m. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

CAREER:

It’s time to sign-up for this month’s free Financial Literacy class to be held in the Career Center on Friday, November 17 at lunch from 12:00 – 12:42.  Pizza will be provided!  The DHS PTA, in partnership with the Yolo Federal Credit Union, is hosting this month’s class titled "Money Management, Part 2”.  The class will focus on budgeting and financial goals.  All students are welcome to attend. The class is limited to 30 students so come to the Career Center to sign up.

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Published: 11/9/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 9, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1906 - U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt left for Panama to see the progress on the new canal. It was the first foreign trip by a U.S. president. 

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w. Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Hey guys! UNICEF meeting at lunch in Mr. Williams room L-20. Hope to see you there!

 

Spanish Language and Culture Club meeting in room O-6. Come join us to have fun and practice your Spanish!

 

A DHS tradition, “Rent-A-Senior” will be in the library today from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Admissions will be free but bring some cash to bid on your favorite upper classmen.

 

Are you interested in discussing current events? If so, come to N-2 to the DHS Politics Club. Hope to see you there!

 

Trivia Bowl! Trivia is on exciting competition where students get to answer questions from a variety of categories and possibly win a prize! For more information come pick up an application from N-1A. All trivia bowl applications are due today in room N1-A.

 

ATHLETICS:

“DSHS Dance Team will be holding tryouts for the remaining of the 2017-2018 school year

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, November 13th-15th from 4-6pm @ DSHS Choir Room, PA-08

Tryouts, Thursday, November 16th @ 4 pm

Parent/Student Information Packet to be picked up (in the Counseling office), completed, and returned by

Monday, November 13th @4pm. Email Coach Perez with any questions, kperez@djusd.net” 

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Omigod! It’s finally here! DHS Drama Department’s fall musical Legally Blonde, will be opening, November 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brunelle Performance Hall. The shows will run the next two weekends and student tickets are $10. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

Spring break in Costa Rica: The deadline for signing up for the trip to Costa Rica will be November 15.  Please see Courtenay Tessler in counseling if interested.

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

 

CAREER:

Cabin leaders are still needed for Pioneer Elementary’s trip to Walker Creek December 4-8.  Guys are encouraged to apply! Cabin leaders will meet this Wednesday at Pioneer to start planning the trip, so come to the Career Center SOON to pick up an application.

 

North Davis Elementary School still needs male cabin leaders for their Walker Creek trip January 8-12.  Guys can come to the Career Center to pick up and fill out an application this week, and take it to North Davis as soon as possible.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Published: 11/8/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 8, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1895 - Wilhelm Roentgen while experimenting with electricity discovered the scientific principle involved and took the first X-ray pictures.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese or pepperoni pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY:

Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting during lunch in S-12. Like usual, we will be discussing upcoming projects and events.

 

Do you have a special talent that you would like to showcase? Pick up an application for DHS factor in N-1A. Applications are due today, so get them ASAP!

 

Dine-out Fundraiser - Eat a delicious healthy meal and help Jazz Choir at the same time. Our dine-out fundraiser will be today at Raja’s Tandoor  from 5pm-9pm.  Dine-in or take-out, Raja’s will give back a portion of its sales to Jazz Choir that night. The restaurant is located at 207 3rd Street in Davis / (530) 753-9664. Don’t forget to mention Davis Jazz Choir when you order. We appreciate your support!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity Water Polo vs St. Mary’s High @ Tokay High – 3:15p.m.                      Dismissal: 12:10 DHS; 12:00 Jr High

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Omigod! It’s finally here! DHS Drama Department’s fall musical Legally Blonde, will be opening, November 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brunelle Performance Hall. The shows will run the next two weekends and student tickets are $10. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

Spring break in Costa Rica: The deadline for signing up for the trip to Costa Rica will be November 15.  Please see Courtenay Tessler in counseling if interested.

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

CLUBS:

The annual club fair is November 9 during lunch in The Quad. If you want your club to have a booth, email; clubscomissioner.dhs@gmail.com Dake Guidell.

 

Hey guys! UNICEF meeting is this Thursday at lunch in Mr. Williams room L-20. Hope to see you there!

 

Spanish Language and Culture Club is meeting this Thursday during lunch in room O-6. Come join us to have fun and practice your Spanish!

 

A DHS tradition, “Rent-A-Senior” will be in the library on Thursday from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Admissions will be free but bring some cash to bid on your favorite upper classmen.

 

Are you interested in discussing current events? If so, come to N-2 this Thursday for the meeting of DHS Politics Club. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREER:

Cabin leaders are still needed for Pioneer Elementary’s trip to Walker Creek December 4-8.  Guys are encouraged to apply! Cabin leaders will meet this Wednesday at Pioneer to start planning the trip, so come to the Career Center SOON to pick up an application.

 

SENIORS:   The first step in receiving student financial aid for college is filling out the FAFSA application.  The FAFSA is available online now, so you should fill it out as soon as you can.   The deadline to apply March 2, but the earlier you submit the application, the more aid you may qualify for!  Come to the Career Center for information about the financial aid process and for help completing the FAFSA.

 

North Davis Elementary School still needs male cabin leaders for their Walker Creek trip January 8-12.  Guys can come to the Career Center to pick up and fill out an application this week, and take it to North Davis as soon as possible.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

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Published: 11/7/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 7, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1893 - The state of Colorado granted its women the right to vote.

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:

DHS Boy's Lacrosse Info Night will be held on November 7 in the DHS Library at 7pm. We will be going over important information about the upcoming lacrosse season. We encourage all prospective and returning players and their parent to attend this meeting. All are welcome!

DHS Climate Meeting at lunch in the DSH Library.

Do you like painting, drawing or helping others? Then come to the first Art for Cure Club meeting in L-27 to create art to donate to hospitals.

 

Don’t forget about the Model United Nations meeting today in P-25!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis Playoff @ St Francis – 2:00                                                   dismissal: 12:00V

Girls Varsity Water Polo playoff vs Granite Bay - 2:00                                        dismissal: All-day

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Vets Parking Lot: If you park in the Vets Parking lot, please note that The City of Davis will be removing a large Cork Oak Tree at the Veterans Memorial Center on Wednesday, November 8th from 7 am – 2 pm. The work will close one lane of the entrance to the parking lot for public safety. Please arrive early as there will be delays while entering and exiting the parking lot.

 

Omigod! It’s finally here! DHS Drama Department’s fall musical Legally Blonde, will be opening this Friday, November 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brunelle Performance Hall. The shows will run the next two weekends and student tickets are $10. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

Spring break in Costa Rica: The deadline for signing up for the trip to Costa Rica will be November 15.  Please see Courtenay Tessler in counseling if interested.

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15pm. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

Dine-out Fundraiser this Wednesday - Eat a delicious healthy meal and help Jazz Choir at the same time. Our dine-out fundraiser will be this Wednesday, November 8 at Raja’s Tandoor  from 5pm-9pm.  Dine-in or take-out, Raja’s will give back a portion of its sales to Jazz Choir that night. The restaurant is located at 207 3rd Street in Davis / (530) 753-9664. Don’t forget to mention Davis Jazz Choir when you order. We appreciate your support!

 

CLUBS:

Do you have a special talent that you would like to showcase? Pick up an application for DHS factor in N-1A. Applications are due on November 8th, so get them ASAP!

 

The annual club fair is November 9 during lunch in The Quad. If you want your club to have a booth, email; clubscomissioner.dhs@gmail.com Dake Guidell.

 

Hey guys! UNICEF meeting is this Thursday at lunch in Mr. Williams room L-20. Hope to see you there!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting Wednesday, November 8th during lunch in S-12. Like usual, we will be discussing upcoming projects and events.

 

Spanish Language and Culture Club is meeting this Thursday during lunch in room O-6. Come join us to have fun and practice your Spanish!

 

CAREER:

Sophomores and juniors are invited to apply for one of two Telluride Association’s 2018 all-expense paid summer programs.  Each program is a six-week seminar where students explore new academic interests, learn how to thrive in a college environment, improve their reading, writing, critical thinking, leadership and public speaking skills, and develop a sense of community responsibility.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Cabin leaders are still needed for Pioneer Elementary’s trip to Walker Creek December 4-8.  Guys are encouraged to apply! Cabin leaders will meet this Wednesday at Pioneer to start planning the trip, so come to the Career Center SOON to pick up an application.

 

SENIORS:   The first step in receiving student financial aid for college is filling out the FAFSA application.  The FAFSA is available online now, so you should fill it out as soon as you can.   The deadline to apply March 2, but the earlier you submit the application, the more aid you may qualify for!  Come to the Career Center for information about the financial aid process and for help completing the FAFSA.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Published: 11/6/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 6, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1860 - Abraham Lincoln was elected to be the sixteenth president of the United States.

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY:

Hey NHS! We will be holding a meeting today at lunch in S-12. We will announce community service events and go over other information. We hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

DHS Boy's Lacrosse Info Night will be held on November 7 in the DHS Library at 7pm. We will be going over important information about the upcoming lacrosse season. We encourage all prospective and returning players and their parent to attend this meeting. All are welcome!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Vets Parking Lot: If you park in the Vets Parking lot, please note that The City of Davis will be removing a large Cork Oak Tree at the Veterans Memorial Center on Wednesday, November 8th from 7 am – 2 pm. The work will close one lane of the entrance to the parking lot for public safety. Please arrive early as there will be delays while entering and exiting the parking lot.

 

Omigod! It’s finally here! DHS Drama Department’s fall musical Legally Blonde, will be opening this Friday, November 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brunelle Performance Hall. The shows will run the next two weekends and student tickets are $10. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

Spring break in Costa Rica: The deadline for signing up for the trip to Costa Rica will be November 15.  Please see Courtenay Tessler in counseling if interested.

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

CLUBS:

Do you have a special talent that you would like to showcase? Pick up an application for DHS factor in N-1A. Applications are due on November 8th, so get them ASAP!

 

Do you like painting, drawing or helping others? Then come to the first Art for Cure Club meeting next Tuesday, November 7th in L-27 to create art to donate to hospitals.

 

The annual club fair is November 9 during lunch in The Quad. If you want your club to have a booth, email; clubscomissioner.dhs@gmail.com Dake Guidell.

 

CAREER:

Sophomores and juniors are invited to apply for one of two Telluride Association’s 2018 all-expense paid summer programs.  Each program is a six-week seminar where students explore new academic interests, learn how to thrive in a college environment, improve their reading, writing, critical thinking, leadership and public speaking skills, and develop a sense of community responsibility.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

 

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Published: 11/3/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 3, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1911 - Chevrolet Motor Car Company was founded by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant. 

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY:

Seniors Prestige Photography will be on campus today to take senior photos at the Library. If you don’t have an appointment please check with Marlen Cabrera at the Vice Principal window next to Finance to check for available appointments. Don’t miss your last opportunity.

 

Interested in a future medical career? The Pre- Med Club will be inviting a guest speaker. Come to room S-01 during lunch to learn more about becoming a Pediatrician!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

If you are interested in policy, come to DHS Politics Club in room N-2. Where we will be discussing and debating current events. Hope to see you there!

 

AGAPE is this Friday! Come to Mr. Millers room S-7 for games and discussion. Bring your friends. Everyone is welcome!

 

ATHLETICS:

Football JV/Varsity vs Monterey Trail – 5:00JV-7:15V   “Senior Night”

Water Polo Boys – TBA – time 3:30 at Woodland City Pool                                                          dismissal: 1:40

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

DHS Boy's Lacrosse Info Night will be held on November 7 in the DHS Library at 7pm. We will be going over important information about the upcoming lacrosse season. We encourage all prospective and returning players and their parent to attend this meeting. All are welcome!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Omigod! It’s finally here! DHS Drama Department’s fall musical Legally Blonde, will be opening this Friday, November 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brunelle Performance Hall. The shows will run the next two weekends and student tickets are $10. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

DSHS will host the SAT on Saturday, November 4th. Arrive to N-04 at 7:45am to get your room assignment. You must have your registration ticket and photo ID to enter. Photo ID on cell phone will not be accepted. Remember to bring your calculator. Test begins promptly at 8am - NO late entry. NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

Spring break in Costa Rica: The deadline for signing up for the trip to Costa Rica will be November 15.  Please see Courtenay Tessler in counseling if interested.

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

CLUBS:

Do you have a special talent that you would like to showcase? Pick up an application for DHS factor in N-1A. Applications are due on November 8th, so get them ASAP!

 

Do you like painting, drawing or helping others? Then come to the first Art for Cure Club meeting next Tuesday, November 7th in L-27 to create art to donate to hospitals.

 

The annual club fair is November 9 during lunch in The Quad. If you want your club to have a booth, email; clubscomissioner.dhs@gmail.com Dake Guidell.

 

CAREER:

Sophomores and juniors are invited to apply for one of two Telluride Association’s 2018 all-expense paid summer programs.  Each program is a six-week seminar where students explore new academic interests, learn how to thrive in a college environment, improve their reading, writing, critical thinking, leadership and public speaking skills, and develop a sense of community responsibility.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27 School Resumes after Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 2, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1889 - North Dakota and South Dakota were admitted into the union as the 39th and 40th states.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Hey DHS! The Digital Media Arts Club is returning come at lunch to the photo room A-7! Anyone interested in photography, film, and graphic design come join us. See you there!

 

Davis FFA is having their third meeting today at 6:00p.m in room O-1. We will have fun games.

 

Team HBV: Come to Team HBV”s meeting in room S-05 at lunch to find out more about exciting upcoming events!

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Girls Water Polo vs TBA - 3:30 at Woodland city pool                        dismiss: 1:30

 

Tryouts for DSHS Winter teams are beginning over the next two weeks. Specific team tryout info is available on the DSHS website Athletics page. If you have not completed your online sports registration, please do so by this Friday 11/3 so that you can receive the final clearance email. Questions? Call DSHS Athletics at 757-5400 x125.

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

New this school year! DSHS Sports Passes! The Athletics Department is selling sports passes on the webstore on the DSHS website. Passes currently for sale:  All Sports Family Pass; All Sports Individual Pass; Freshman All Sports Pass. NOW AVAILABLE...basketball & soccer! Thank you for supporting DSHS Athletics! See you at the game!

 

DHS Boy's Lacrosse Info Night will be held on November 7 in the DHS Library at 7pm. We will be going over important information about the upcoming lacrosse season. We encourage all prospective and returning players and their parent to attend this meeting. All are welcome!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Omigod! It’s finally here! DHS Drama Department’s fall musical Legally Blonde, will be opening this Friday, November 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brunelle Performance Hall. The shows will run the next two weekends and student tickets are $10. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

DSHS will host the SAT on Saturday, November 4th. Arrive to N-04 at 7:45am to get your room assignment. You must have your registration ticket and photo ID to enter. Photo ID on cell phone will not be accepted. Remember to bring your calculator. Test begins promptly at 8am - NO late entry. NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Spring break in Costa Rica: The deadline for signing up for the trip to Costa Rica will be November 15.  Please see Courtenay Tessler in counseling if interested.

 

CLUBS:

Trivia Bowl! Trivia Bowl is a super fun competition where students have to answer questions from a variety of categories. The team that answers the most questions and wins the most games will win their own prize. For more info, come pick up an application from N-1A, the Student Government room. All applications are due by Nov 9.

 

Do you have a special talent that you would like to showcase? Pick up an application for DHS factor in N-1A. Applications are due on November 8th, so get them ASAP!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

Interested in a future medical career? The Pre- Med Club will be inviting a guest speaker on Friday, November 3rd. Come to room S-01 during lunch to learn more about becoming a Pediatrician!

 

Do you like painting, drawing or helping others? Then come to the first Art for Cure Club meeting next Tuesday, November 7th in L-27 to create art to donate to hospitals.

 

CAREER:

Sophomores and juniors are invited to apply for one of two Telluride Association’s 2018 all-expense paid summer programs.  Each program is a six-week seminar where students explore new academic interests, learn how to thrive in a college environment, improve their reading, writing, critical thinking, leadership and public speaking skills, and develop a sense of community responsibility.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     November 1, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1848 - The first medical school for women, founded by Samuel Gregory, opened in Boston, MA. The Boston Female Medical School later merged with Boston University School of Medicine.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY:

 Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 from 2:45 to 3:15. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

Did you know the light that you see from stars is thousands of years old? If you are interested in building your own telescope, join the Astronomy Club today at lunch in room S-11. We hope to see you there!

 

Do you like Super Mario? Do you like to compete and have fun with your friends? Come join Games Society every Wednesday at lunch and after school from 2:30 – 3:30p.m in P-21 bring your friends too!

 

ATHLETICS:

Tennis Girls Varsity vs Gregori – 2:30                                       dismissal: 1:00 Jr. High

 

Tryouts for DSHS Winter teams are beginning over the next two weeks. Specific team tryout info is available on the DSHS website Athletics page. If you have not completed your online sports registration, please do so by this Friday 11/3 so that you can receive the final clearance email. Questions? Call DSHS Athletics at 757-5400 x125.

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

New this school year! DSHS Sports Passes! The Athletics Department is selling sports passes on the webstore on the DSHS website. Passes currently for sale:  All Sports Family Pass; All Sports Individual Pass; Freshman All Sports Pass. NOW AVAILABLE...basketball & soccer! Thank you for supporting DSHS Athletics! See you at the game!

 

DHS Boy's Lacrosse Info Night will be held on November 7 in the DHS Library at 7pm. We will be going over important information about the upcoming lacrosse season. We encourage all prospective and returning players and their parent to attend this meeting. All are welcome!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Omigod! It’s finally here! DHS Drama Department’s fall musical Legally Blonde, will be opening this Friday, November 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brunelle Performance Hall. The shows will run the next two weekends and student tickets are $10. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

DSHS will host the SAT on Saturday, November 4th. Arrive to N-04 at 7:45am to get your room assignment. You must have your registration ticket and photo ID to enter. Photo ID on cell phone will not be accepted. Remember to bring your calculator. Test begins promptly at 8am - NO late entry. NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! The Digital Media Arts Club is returning this Thursday at lunch in the photo room A-7! Anyone interested in photography, film, and graphic design come join us. See you there!

 

Trivia Bowl! Trivia Bowl is a super fun competition where students have to answer questions from a variety of categories. The team that answers the most questions and wins the most games will win their own prize. For more info, come pick up an application from N-1A, the Student Government room. All applications are due by Nov 9.

 

Do you have a special talent that you would like to showcase? Pick up an application for DHS factor in N-1A. Applications are due on November 8th, so get them ASAP!

 

Davis FFA is having their third meeting this Thursday at 6:00 in room O-1. We will have fun games.

 

Team HBV: Come to Team HBV”s meeting in room S-05 at lunch this Thursday, November 2nd to find out more about exciting upcoming events!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will be having a meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27  School Resumes After Recess

 

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Published: 10/31/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 31, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1864 - Nevada became the 36th state to join the U.S.

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:

Please join us at the next Latinos Unidos meeting on Tuesday in room O-6 during lunch. Dr. Melisa Moreno will be presenting on the “Meaning of El Dia de los Muertos.”

 

Guten Morgen! Want to learn about German Culture, play German board games, and eat German food? Join the German Club in P-13 at lunch!

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Girls Volleyball @ Cosumnes Oaks - 7:00

 

Tryouts for DSHS Winter teams are beginning over the next two weeks. Specific team tryout info is available on the DSHS website Athletics page. If you have not completed your online sports registration, please do so by this Friday 11/3 so that you can receive the final clearance email. Questions? Call DSHS Athletics at 757-5400 x125.

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

New this school year! DSHS Sports Passes! The Athletics Department is selling sports passes on the webstore on the DSHS website. Passes currently for sale:  All Sports Family Pass; All Sports Individual Pass; Freshman All Sports Pass. NOW AVAILABLE...basketball & soccer! Thank you for supporting DSHS Athletics! See you at the game!

 

DHS Boy's Lacrosse Info Night will be held on November 7 in the DHS Library at 7pm. We will be going over important information about the upcoming lacrosse season. We encourage all prospective and returning players and their parent to attend this meeting. All are welcome!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Omigod! It’s finally here! DHS Drama Department’s fall musical Legally Blonde, will be opening this Friday, November 3rd at 7 p.m. in the Brunelle Performance Hall. The shows will run the next two weekends and student tickets are $10. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

 

 

 

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

DSHS will host the SAT on Saturday, November 4th. Arrive to N-04 at 7:45am to get your room assignment. You must have your registration ticket and photo ID to enter. Photo ID on cell phone will not be accepted. Remember to bring your calculator. Test begins promptly at 8am - NO late entry. NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! The Digital Media Arts Club is returning this Thursday at lunch in the photo room A-7! Anyone interested in photography, film, and graphic design come join us. See you there!

 

Trivia Bowl! Trivia Bowl is a super fun competition where students have to answer questions from a variety of categories. The team that answers the most questions and wins the most games will win their own prize. For more info, come pic up an application from N-1A, the Student Government room. All applications are due by Nov 9.

 

Do you have a special talent that you would like to showcase? Pick up an application for DHS factor in N-1A. Applications are due on November 8th, so get them ASAP!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27  School Resumes After Recess

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/30/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 30, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1735 - John Adams, the second President of the United States, was born in Braintree, MA. His son became the sixth President of the U.S.

 

DAILY MENU:Korean Style “Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY:

DHS BSU will be having meetings at lunch in room P-11. Come and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

Come to Chinese Culture Club during lunch at P-22. Well talk about the origin of dumpling and the method of making it.

 

ATHLETICS:

Golf Girls @ Masters meet at The Reserve – all day                                                dismissal:  all day select roster

Tennis Girls Varsity @ Section Team playoffs – time TBA                                       dismissal: TBA

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quadNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

New this school year! DSHS Sports Passes! The Athletics Department is selling sports passes on the webstore on the DSHS website. Passes currently for sale:  All Sports Family Pass; All Sports Individual Pass; Freshman All Sports Pass. NOW AVAILABLE...basketball & soccer! Thank you for supporting DSHS Athletics! See you at the game!

 

DHS Boy's Lacrosse Info Night will be held on November 7 in the DHS Library at 7pm. We will be going over important information about the upcoming lacrosse season. We encourage all prospective and returning players and their parent to attend this meeting. All are welcome!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

DSHS will host the SAT on Saturday, November 4th. Arrive to N-04 at 7:45am to get your room assignment. You must have your registration ticket and photo ID to enter. Photo ID on cell phone will not be accepted. Remember to bring your calculator. Test begins promptly at 8am - NO late entry. NO EXCEPTIONS!!

Do you want help on your math homework? Come join Mr.Gonzales at the DSH Library After-Hours Program every Wednesday and Thursday from 5:45pm-7:30pm. 

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! The Digital Media Arts Club is returning this Thursday at lunch in the photo room A-7! Anyone interested in photography, film, and graphic design come join us. See you there!

 

Please join us at the next Latinos Unidos meeting on Tuesday in room O-6 during lunch. Dr. Melisa Moreno will be presenting on the “Meaning of El Dia de los Muertos.”

 

Trivia Bowl! Trivia Bowl is a super fun competition where students have to answer questions from a variety of categories. The team that answers the most questions and wins the most games will win their own prize. For more info, come pic up an application from N-1A, the Student Government room. All applications are due by Nov.10.

 

Guten Morgen! Want to learn about German Culture, play German board games, and eat German food? Join the German Club in P-13 this Tuesday at lunch!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/4    Rent-A-Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/12  DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym near the quad. 

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27  School Resumes After Recess

 

 

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Published: 10/27/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 27, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1997 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 554.26 points. The stock market was shut down for the first time since the 1981 assassination attempt on U.S. President Reagan.

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY:

Do you feel like you don’t have a voice at school? Join the DHS Social Club. Where you can make surveys and analyze what Blue Devils think about different topics! Come to L-28 for our first general meeting.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will have a guest speaker today. Come to talk to us about LGBTQ + History Month, in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the 2nd floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

Asian Student Union will be holding a meeting at lunch in L-14. Come join us for a fun time. Everyone is welcome!

 

(Uh-gop-pay) Agape is today! Come to S-7 Mr. Millers room for a game and discussion. Bring your friends! Everyone is welcome!

 

DHS Politics Club will be meeting today at lunch in room N-2, where we will be holding club leadership elections and discussing current events.

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting today at lunch in room P-13. We will be going over more volunteer opportunities. Hope to see you there!

 

Today is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the November Davis High School PTA Newsletter. Please send news, announcements, etc. to the DHS PTA Media Listserve DHSPTAmedia@mailman.dcn.org. Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s). The newsletter is the ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of each month.  This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents' help for upcoming DHS school and student activities

 

ATHLETICS:

Football JV/Varsity vs Grant – 5:00JV-7:15V

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym off Oak StNew and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

New this school year! DSHS Sports Passes! The Athletics Department is selling sports passes on the webstore on the DSHS website. Passes currently for sale:  All Sports Family Pass; All Sports Individual Pass; Freshman All Sports Pass. NOW AVAILABLE...basketball & soccer! Thank you for supporting DSHS Athletics! See you at the game!

 

 

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

DHS’s Blue Poster Walls were established to provide a space for groups to reach DHS students when special events occurs by posting their flyers. This is a reminder to treat with care the papers taped to the wall. Please make sure that posters with upcoming events are well taped to ensure that they remain in place. We appreciate your respect of this important communication wall. 

 

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

CLUBS:

Are you brave enough to face your fears? Find out at Disturbia Haunted House on Saturday, October 28, at 620 Estrella Place, from 7pm-12am. Tickets are $5 dollars at the door. All the funds collected will go to support the Jazz Choir Program.

 

DHS BSU will be having meetings every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

Please join us at the next Latinos Unidos meeting on Tuesday in room O-6 during lunch. Dr. Melisa Moreno will be presenting on the “Meaning of El Dia de los Muertos.”

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/4    Rent-A-Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27  School Resumes After Recess

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/26/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 26, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1858 - H.E. Smith patented the rotary-motion washing machine.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole serve w/ Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY: English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting at 5:30pm in the Davis Senior High School Library. Food will be provided and children are welcome. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Kellie Sequeira EL Specialist (530)757-5400 ext. 162. We hope to see you there!

 

UNICEF meeting come to the meeting in Mr. Williams room L-20. See you all!

 

ATHLETICS:

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym off Oak St. New and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

New this school year! DSHS Sports Passes! The Athletics Department is selling sports passes on the webstore on the DSHS website. Passes currently for sale:  All Sports Family Pass; All Sports Individual Pass; Freshman All Sports Pass. NOW AVAILABLE...basketball & soccer! Thank you for supporting DSHS Athletics! See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Friday, October 27th, is the deadline for summiting information and articles for the November Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcements, etc. to the DHS PTA Media Listserve DHSPTAmedia@mailman.dcn.org. Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s). The newsletter is the ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of each month.  This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents' help for upcoming DHS school and student activities.

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

 

DHS’s Blue Poster Walls were established to provide a space for groups to reach DHS students when special events occurs by posting their flyers. This is a reminder to treat withy care the papers taped to the wall. Please make sure that posters with upcoming events are well taped to ensure that they remain in place. We appreciate your respect of this important communication wall. 

 

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

CLUBS:

Do you feel like you don’t have a voice at school? Join the DHS Social Club. Where you can make surveys and analyze what Blue Devils think about different topics! Come to L-28 for our first general meeting this Friday.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will have a guest speaker this Friday. Come to talk to us about LGBTQ + History Month, in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the 2nd floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

Are you brave enough to face your fears? Find out at Disturbia Haunted House on Saturday, October 28, at 620 Estrella Place, from 7pm-12am. Tickets are $5 dollars at the door. All the funds collected will go to support the Jazz Choir Program.

 

DHS BSU will be having meetings every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

Come to Team HBV’s meeting today at lunch in S-05 for more information about upcoming events such as poster-making and plushy social! Also, thank you to everyone who supported the Teabo fundraiser last Friday!!

 

Asian Student Union will be holding a meeting this Friday at lunch in L-14. Come join us for a fun time. Everyone is welcome!

 

(Uh-gop-pay) Agape is this Friday! Come to S-7 Mr. Millers room for a game and discussion. Bring your friends! Everyone is welcome!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/4    Rent-A-Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27  School Resumes After Recess

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/25/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 25, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 2001 - It was announced that scientists had unearthed the remains of an ancient crocodile which lived 110 million years ago. The animal, found in Gadoufaoua, Niger, grew as long as 40 feet and weighed as much as eight metric tons.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY:

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 2:45 to 3:15. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

LINK Crew will be holding its general meeting today during lunch in L-20. We will be discussing upcoming events. See you there!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a meeting today. We will be discussing upcoming events like our social on Friday and service projects.

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ Lassen – 3:30JV-4:45V                                                                    dismissal:  all day JV-V

Tennis Girls Varsity Doubles playoffs – time TBA                                                      dismissal: TBA

Volleyball Girls vs Grant – 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V   “Senior Night”

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym off Oak St. New and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Senior Parents! Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Friday, October 27th, is the deadline for summiting information and articles for the November Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcements, etc. to the DHS PTA Media Listserve at DHSPTA@mailman.dcn.org. Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s). The newsletter is the ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of each month.  This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents' help for upcoming DHS school and student activities.

Save the DATE: DHS Upcoming Climate Meeting is Tuesday, Nov. 7th at Lunch. More information to come next week.

 

We would like to invite you to our first meeting of the English Learners Advisory Committee, or ELAC.  ELAC is a team that is here to support the families of Davis High School Students who have been identified as English Learners. Our meeting will be this Thursday Oct 26th, at 5:30 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Please don’t miss it! We will talk about very important topics like; the EL Program and how it focusses on supporting our English Learners, resources available for English Learners and School Field Trips. Food will be provided and children are welcome.  If you have any questions, you can call the school at 530 757 5400, ext. 162 and talk to Kellie Sequeira the EL Specialist.  We hope to see you there!

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113.

 

DHS’s Blue Poster Walls were established to provide a space for groups to reach DHS students when special events occurs by posting their flyers. This is a reminder to treat withy care the papers taped to the wall. Please make sure that posters with upcoming events are well taped to ensure that they remain in place. We appreciate your respect of this important communication wall. 

 

CLUBS:

UNICEF meeting is this Thursday. Come to the meeting in Mr. Williams room L-20. See you all!

 

Do you feel like you don’t have a voice at school? Join the DHS Social Club. Where you can make surveys and analyze what Blue Devils think about different topics! Come to L-28 for our first general meeting this Friday.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! The GSA will have a guest speaker this Friday. Come to talk to us about LGBTQ + History Month, in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the 2nd floor near the elevator. We will see you there!

 

Are you brave enough to face your fears? Find out at Disturbia Haunted House on Saturday, October 28, at 620 Estrella Place, from 7pm-12am. Tickets are $5 dollars at the door. All the funds collected will go to support the Jazz Choir Program.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/4    Rent-A-Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27  School Resumes After Recess

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/24/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 24, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1632 - Scientist Anthony van Leeuwenhoek was born in Delft, Holland. He created the first microscope lenses that were powerful enough to observe single-celled animals.

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:

Model United Nations meeting today. Don’t forget to fill out the waiver online and the permission for the Berkley workshop by today. Also, drivers need to fill out the drivers form. See you then!

 

ATHLETICS:

Water Polo Girls @ St. Francis/Jesuit – 6:00/5:00

Water Polo Boys@ Jesuit – 4:00JV-7:00V                                                                  dismissal: 2:00JV

 

DHS ski and snowboard swap Sunday Nov. 12 – 9am-2pm in the DHS South Gym off Oak St. New and used ski and snowboard equipment and clothing.  Admission is $3 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m.  Proceeds benefit the DHS ski team.  Have something to sell or donate?  For more information, visit http://perezinfo.net/dhsski/ski-swap-2.html or email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Do you want help on your math homework? Come join Mr.Gonzales at the DSH Library After-Hours Program every Wednesday and Thursday from 5:45pm-7:30pm. 

 

We would like to invite you to our first meeting of the English Learners Advisory Committee, or ELAC.  ELAC is a team that is here to support the families of Davis High School Students who have been identified as English Learners. Our meeting will be this Thursday Oct 26th, at 5:30 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Please don’t miss it! We will talk about very important topics like; the EL Program and how it focusses on supporting our English Learners, resources available for English Learners and School Field Trips. Food will be provided and children are welcome.  If you have any questions, you can call the school at 530 757 5400, ext. 162 and talk to Kellie Sequeira the EL Specialist.  We hope to see you there!

 

Nos gustaría invitarle a nuestra primera reunión Del Comité Asesor de estudiantes de inglés o ELAC.  ELAC es un equipo que está aquí para apoyar a las familias de los estudiantes de secundaria de Davis que han sido identificados como estudiantes aprendises del idioma inglés. Nuestra reunión será este jueves Oct 26 a 5:30 en la biblioteca de la High School de Davis. Por favor, no te lo pierdas! Vamos a hablar de temas muy importantes como; el programa de EL y cómo centra en el apoyo a nuestros estudiantes de inglés, recursos disponibles para los estudiantes de inglés y excursiones escolares. Se proporcionará comida y los niños son bienvenidos.  Si usted tiene alguna pregunta, puede llamar la escuela en 530 757 5400, ext. 162 y habla con Kellie Sequeira cordinadora y especialista en el programa EL.  ¡Esperamos verte ahí!

 

 

Attention Senior Parents. 

Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about Grad Night? Grad Night tickets are now on sale. Every graduating senior in Davis (DaVinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. So get your tickets before prices go up. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. 

 

Friday, October 27th, is the deadline for summiting information and articles for the November Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcements, etc. to the DHS PTA Media Listserve at DHSPTA@mailman.dcn.org. Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the news letter editor has questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s). The newsletter is the ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of each month.  This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents' help for upcoming DHS school and student activities.

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a meeting Wednesday October 25. We will be discussing upcoming events like our social on Friday and service projects.

 

CAREERS:

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/4    Rent a Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27  School Resumes After Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/23/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 23, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1929 - In the U.S., the Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged starting the stock-market crash that began the Great Depression.

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY:

DHS BSU will be meeting at lunch in room P-11. Come and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

Hey NHS! We are holding a meeting today in S-12. We will be announcing our community service events and going over other information. We hope to see you there!

 

Science Bowl will be meeting at lunch in room S-8. If you are interested in Biology, Physics, Math, and more, we hope to see you there!

 

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch today October 23rd. He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

ATHLETICS:

Golf Girls @ Section meet – Rancho Murieta – time TBA                                        dismissal: TBA

Tennis Girls Varsity Singles playoffs – time TBA                                                      dismissal: TBA

Volleyball Girls vs Pleasant Grove – 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Do you want help on your math homework? Come join Mr.Gonzales at the DSH Library After-Hours Program every Wednesday and Thursday from 5:45pm-7:30pm. 

 

We would like to invite you to our first meeting of the English Learners Advisory Committee, or ELAC.  ELAC is a team that is here to support the families of Davis High School Students who have been identified as English Learners. Our meeting will be this Thursday Oct 26th, at 5:30 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Please don’t miss it! We will talk about very important topics like; the EL Program and how it focusses on supporting our English Learners, resources available for English Learners and School Field Trips. Food will be provided and children are welcome.  If you have any questions, you can call the school at 530 757 5400, ext. 162 and talk to Kellie Sequeira the EL Specialist.  We hope to see you there!

 

Nos gustaría invitarle a nuestra primera reunión Del Comité Asesor de estudiantes de inglés o ELAC.  ELAC es un equipo que está aquí para apoyar a las familias de los estudiantes de secundaria de Davis que han sido identificados como estudiantes aprendises del idioma inglés. Nuestra reunión será este jueves Oct 26 a 5:30 en la biblioteca de la High School de Davis. Por favor, no te lo pierdas! Vamos a hablar de temas muy importantes como; el programa de EL y cómo centra en el apoyo a nuestros estudiantes de inglés, recursos disponibles para los estudiantes de inglés y excursiones escolares. Se proporcionará comida y los niños son bienvenidos.  Si usted tiene alguna pregunta, puede llamar la escuela en 530 757 5400, ext. 162 y habla con Kellie Sequeira cordinadora y especialista en el programa EL.  ¡Esperamos verte ahí!

 

CLUBS:

Model United Nations meeting this Tuesday. Don’t forget to fill out the waiver online and the permission for the Berkley workshop by Tuesday. Also, drivers need to fill out the drivers form. See you then!

 

CAREERS:

The Davis Waldorf School is looking for volunteers to help with their Halloween event on Saturday, October 28th from 8:00 – 9:30 pm.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

North Davis Elementary school needs CABIN LEADERS for their trip to Walker Creek from January 8-12. The deadline to apply is November 1. Come to the Career Center for an application. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/4    Rent a Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

11/7    UC San Diego College Visit, 1:45pm, Career Center.

11/7    School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSH Library

11/8    LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunchtime, L-20

11/9    Theater Dept, Musical Department, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/10  Veteran’s Holiday (Observe), School Holiday

11/11  Theater Dept, Musical Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/14  Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Bands), 7:30 Brunelle Theater

11/17  DSH Factor, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

11/20-11-24 Thanksgiving Recess – School Holiday

11/27  School Resumes After Recess

11/29  LINK Crew Meeting, lunchtime, South Gym

11/30  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm, DSHS Library

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/23/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 19, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1914 - In the U.S., government owned vehicles were first used to pick up mail in Washington, DC.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/Garlic Aioli.   

 

TODAY: Parent meeting for Global Glimpse – at 6 pm in the library.  Interested students and parents are invited to attend.  A representative from the Global Glimpse main office will explain this summer’s global leadership program.

 

Interested in learning about Judaism? Come to the Jewish Student Union meeting in N-9 during lunch.

 

DSHS English Learner Advisory – DHS Library, 5:30pm

 

DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

 

ATHLETICS:

Frosh Football vs Pleasant Grove @ Sheldon, 5:00                 dismiss: 2:00

Girls’ Junior Varsity Tennis END OF JV SEASON

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch on October 23rd.  He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. on October 23rd.  Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Spring trip to Costa Rica:  interested students will meet at lunchtime on Friday, October 20.  Go to the counseling office for the meeting.

 

CLUBS:

DHS BSU will be having meetings every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come and enjoy free food, and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

Team HBV will be having a fundraiser at Teabo (near Safeway) on Friday, October 20th, from 6pm to 12am. Come to drink Boba and contribute to effort to raise awareness about Hepatitis B Virus treatment and vaccination and stop liver cancer!

 

Guy, gals, and non-binary pals! It’s LGBTQ + History Month! Come join the GSA’s discussion in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator.

 

Agape is back! Come to Mr. Miller’s room, S-7 every Friday for games and discussion! See you there! Everyone is welcome.

 

CAREERS:

North Davis Elementary school needs CABIN LEADERS for their trip to Walker Creek from January 8-12. The deadline to apply is November 1. Come to the Career Center for an application. 

Financial Literacy classes are back! Here's your chance to become financially savvy!  On Friday, October 20 at lunch, the Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the first free Financial Literacy class of the year. This month’s topic is Money Management, Part 1 which will cover topics such as savings and checking accounts, check writing, balancing a check book, and more.  Sign up in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/20  Friendship Day

10/20  Student of the month Breakfast – Odd Fellows Hall

10/20  Financial Literacy Class, Career Center @ 12:00 lunch provided, Sign-up required.

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Theater Dept, Musical Performance- 7pm Brunelle Theater

11/4    Rent a Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

11/5    Musical Dept, Musical Performance- 2pm Brunelle Theater

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/18/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 18, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1898 - The American flag was raised in Puerto Rico only one year after the Caribbean nation won its independence from Spain.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY: Interested in Davis High Wrestling this Winter? Athletes in grades 9-12 and their parent are invited to an info meeting today @ 7:00pm in the DHS Athletic Team room (portable T-04 near the stadium). Questions? Email Coach Ty Brown at tyjzori03@yahoo.com

 

Inspire to Aspire mentoring program will meet for the first time at 2:45 in the DSHS library

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 from 2:45 to 3:15. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5

 

October 18th is “Thank your Cleaner Day”. On behalf of DHS Students and Faculty, we would like to thank our custodians for their dedication and hard work to keep our campus safe and clean.  

 

Do you know that our galaxy, the Milky Way, will collide with its neighbor, Andromeda, in about 4 billion years? To learn more cool cosmology facts, come to Astronomy Club today at lunch in room S-11!

 

If you didn’t get the chance to pick up your pictures at Homecoming Dance. Please come to the main office to pick them up.

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey vs River Valley, 5:30JV-7:00V

Girls Volleyball @ Franklin, 4/5/6                                                       dismiss: 2:00F/3:00JV

Girls’ Junior Varsity Tennis @ McClatchy, Away – 3:45                  dismiss: 2:15

Boys’ Water Polo vs Drake (V-JV) @ San Anselmo, 4:00JV- 5:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch on October 23rd.  He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. on October 23rd.  Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Parent meeting for Global Glimpse – October 19 (Thursday) at 6 pm in the library.  Interested students and parents are invited to attend.  A representative from the Global Glimpse main office will be explain this summer global leadership program.

 

Spring trip to Costa Rica:  interested students will meet at lunchtime on Friday, October 20.  Go to the counseling office for the meeting.

 

CLUBS:

Hey You! Oh, Yes! I am talking about you! Join UNICEF every other Thursday. The upcoming meeting is this Thursday, October 19. We have lots of fun events coming up such as attending a city council meeting and trick or treat for UNICEF!

 

DHS BSU will be having meetings every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come and enjoy free food, and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

This Wednesday, Philosophy Club will be having its second meeting. Come join us in room P-22 during lunch! We’ll be discussing argument forms and fallacies. See you there!

 

Interested in learning about Judaism? Come to the Jewish Student Union meeting on Thursday, October 19th in N-9 during lunch.

 

Team HBV will be having a fundraiser at Teabo (near Safeway) on Friday, October 20th, from 6pm to 12am. Come to drink Boba and contribute to effort to raise awareness about Hepatitis B Virus treatment and vaccination and stop liver cancer!

 

Guy, gals, and non-binary pals! It’s LGBTQ + History Month! Come join the GSA’s discussion in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator.

 

CAREERS:

The Davis Waldorf School is looking for volunteers to help clean-up at their Halloween event on Saturday, October 28th from 8:00 – 9:30 pm.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

North Davis Elementary school needs CABIN LEADERS for their trip to Walker Creek from January 8-12. The deadline to apply is November 1. Come to the Career Center for an application. 

Financial Literacy classes are back! Here's your chance to become financially savvy!  On Friday, October 20 at lunch, the Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the first free Financial Literacy class of the year. This month’s topic is Money Management, Part 1 which will cover topics such as savings and checking accounts, check writing, balancing a check book, and more.  Sign up in the Career Center.

 

The Yale Young Global Scholars Program is accepting applications from sophomores and juniors for summer 2018 sessions on the Yale campus. Each two-week session is designed to enhance students’ abilities to understand and think critically about contemporary global issues. Students will learn from distinguished Yale faculty members and participate in seminars.  Deadline to apply is February 6.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

10/19  DSH English Learner Advisory @ DHS Library – 5:30pm

10/20  Friendship Day

10/20  Student of the month Breakfast – Odd Fellows Hall

10/20  Financial Literacy Class, Career Center @ 12:00 lunch provided, Sign-up required.

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Rent a Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

 

 

 

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Published: 10/17/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 17, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1989 - An earthquake measuring 7.1 on the Richter Scale hit the San Francisco Bay area in California. The quake caused about 67 deaths, 3,000 injuries, and damages up to $7 billion. 

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY: Your chance to be a member of the 2017-2018 DHS snowboard team is here! The sign up meeting is Today at 7pm at DHS room L-20. The team is open to any student from 9th to 12th grade. Team members will get a season pass that includes a Woodward Center pass. All skill levels are welcome. This is a great way to meet new people and have fun up on the slopes. For more information contact Coach Bill Williams: bwilliams@djusd.net

 

Interested in becoming a Scientist, Doctor, or Technician? Come to Health Careers Club in S-12, Mr. Richardson’s room. Our first meeting is today.

 

Guten Tag! Want to learn about the German Language and culture while enjoying delicious German Food? Join German Club in room P-13 at lunch.

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ Corning, 3:30JV-4:15V                                           dismiss: 12:15JV-1:15V

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Pleasant Grove, 3:45                                   dismiss: 2:30

Girls JV Tennis @ River City, 3:45                                                  dismiss: 3:00

Girls Water Polo vs Del Oro “Senior Night” 6pm/7pm

 

Interested in Davis High Wrestling this Winter? Athletes in grades 9-12 and their parent are invited to an info meeting this Wednesday, October 18 @ 7:00pm in the DHS Athletic Team room (portable T-04 near the stadium). Questions? Email Coach Ty Brown at tyjzori03@yahoo.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch on October 23rd.  He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. on October 23rd.  Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Parent meeting for Global Glimpse – October 19 (Thursday) at 6 pm in the library.  Interested students and parents are invited to attend.  A representative from the Global Glimpse main office will be explain this summer global leadership program.

 

Inspire to Aspire mentoring program will meet for the first time on Wednesday, October 18 at 2:45 in the DSHS library.

 

Spring trip to Costa Rica:  interested students will meet at lunchtime on Friday, October 20.  Go to the counseling office for the meeting.

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5

CLUBS:

Hey You! Oh, Yes! I am talking about you! Join UNICEF every other Thursday. The upcoming meeting is this Thursday, October 19. We have lots of fun events coming up such as attending a city council meeting and trick or treat for UNICEF!

 

DHS BSU will be having meetings every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come and enjoy free food, and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

This Wednesday, Philosophy Club will be having its second meeting. Come join us in room P-22 during lunch! We’ll be discussing argument forms and fallacies. See you there!

 

Interested in learning about Judaism? Come to the Jewish Student Union meeting on Thursday, October 19th in N-9 during lunch.

 

CAREERS:

The Davis Waldorf School is looking for volunteers to help clean-up at their Halloween event on Saturday, October 28th from 8:00 – 9:30 pm.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

North Davis Elementary school needs CABIN LEADERS for their trip to Walker Creek from January 8-12. The deadline to apply is November 1. Come to the Career Center for an application. 

Financial Literacy classes are back! Here's your chance to become financially savvy!  On Friday, October 20 at lunch, the Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the first free Financial Literacy class of the year. This month’s topic is Money Management, Part 1 which will cover topics such as savings and checking accounts, check writing, balancing a check book, and more.  Sign up in the Career Center.

 

The Yale Young Global Scholars Program is accepting applications from sophomores and juniors for summer 2018 sessions on the Yale campus. Each two-week session is designed to enhance students’ abilities to understand and think critically about contemporary global issues. Students will learn from distinguished Yale faculty members and participate in seminars.  Deadline to apply is February 6.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

10/19  DSH English Learner Advisory @ DHS Library – 5:30pm

10/20  Friendship Day

10/20  Student of the month Breakfast – Odd Fellows Hall

10/20  Financial Literacy Class, Career Center @ 12:00 lunch provided, Sign-up required.

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Rent a Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

 

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Published: 10/17/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 16, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1964 - China detonated its first atomic bomb becoming the world's fifth nuclear power.

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY: DHS BSU will be having meeting at lunch in room P-11. Come join us and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey vs Pleasant Valley, 5:30JV-6:45V

Girls Golf vs Center @ Wildhawk, 11:00                                                        dismiss: 8:30

Girls Volleyball @ Sheldon, 5/6                                                                     dismiss: 3:00JV

Girls’ Junior Varsity Tennis @ Oak Ridge (Broadstone) – Away, 2:30        dismiss: 1:30

 

Your chance to be a member of the 2017-2018 DHS snowboard team is here! The sign up meeting is Tuesday, October 17 at 7pm at DHS room L-20. The team is open to any student from 9th to 12th grade. Team members will get a season pass that includes a Woodward Center pass. All skill levels are welcome. This is a great way to meet new people and have fun up on the slopes. For more information contact Coach Bill Williams: bwilliams@djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch on October 23rd.  He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. on October 23rd.  Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

CLUBS:

Interested in becoming a Scientist, Doctor, or Technician? Come to Health Careers Club in S-12, Mr. Richardson’s room. Our first meeting is Tuesday, October 17th!

               

Hey You! Oh, Yes! I am talking about you! Join UNICEF every other Thursday. The upcoming meeting is this Thursday, October 19. We have lots of fun events coming up such as attending a city council meeting and trick or treat for UNICEF!

 

Guten Tag! Want to learn about the German Language and culture while enjoying delicious German Food? Join German Club in room P-13 at lunch on Tuesday!

 

 

CAREERS:

The Davis Waldorf School is looking for volunteers to help clean-up at their Halloween event on Saturday, October 28th from 8:00 – 9:30 pm.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

 

The Yale Young Global Scholars Program is accepting applications from sophomores and juniors for summer 2018 sessions on the Yale campus. Each two-week session is designed to enhance students’ abilities to understand and think critically about contemporary global issues. Students will learn from distinguished Yale faculty members and participate in seminars.  Deadline to apply is February 6.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

 10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/14  Fall - Homecoming Dance

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

10/19  DSH English Learner Advisory @ DHS Library – 5:30pm

10/20  Friendship Day

10/20  Student of the month Breakfast – Odd Fellows Hall

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Rent a Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/13/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, Homepage and All Staff Unique ID

October 12- Air Quality Update

Air quality in Davis has improved over the last 18 hours, but wildfires continue in our region. District and school leaders will continue to monitor conditions throughout the day and modify outside activities accordingly.  We will post any updates to Facebook and the DJUSD website news at www.djusd.net

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 10/12/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 13, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1792 - The cornerstone of the Executive Mansion was laid in Washington, DC. The building became known as the White House in 1818. 

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY: Homecoming Parade & Game Day

 

Guys, gals, and non- binary pals! The GSA presents to you Movie Night today Friday the 13. We will be showing the “Babadook” from 7-9pm in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator. NO PERMISSION SLIPS NEEDED!

 

ATHLETICS:

JV/Varsity Football vs Franklin, 5:00JV-7:15V

Girls Water Polo @ Western State – All-day                                           dismiss:  all day JV-V

 

Spirited Sports Fans! – Please show your school spirit at this week’s homecoming events! Keep in mind Davis Senior High Schools’ expectations of pursuing victory with honor. Cheer like crazy for the positive things our school is doing! Remember, calling out opposing players, teams, fans, or referees is not part of our philosophy. As students, athletes, and fans we represent ourselves, families and entire Davis community!  We look forward to seeing you in the stands. Go Blue Devils!

Your chance to be a member of the 2017-2018 DHS snowboard team is here! The sign up meeting is Tuesday, October 17 at 7pm at DHS room L-20. The team is open to any student from 9th to 12th grade. Team members will get a season pass that includes a Woodward Center pass. All skill levels are welcome. This is a great way to meet new people and have fun up on the slopes. For more information contact Coach Bill Williams: bwilliams@djusd.net

 

The PSAT test is this Saturday, 10/14! Arrive to the Main Office/Admin Building by 7:45 a.m. for your room assignment. The test begins at 8am. No late entry! MUST BRING PHOTO ID and calculator.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch on October 23rd.  He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. on October 23rd.  Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

CLUBS:

Interested in becoming a Scientist, Doctor, or Technician? Come to Health Careers Club in S-12, Mr. Richardson’s room. Our first meeting is Tuesday, October 17th!

 

DHS BSU will be having meeting every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come join us and learn more about cultural diversity.

               

Hey You! Oh, Yes! I am talking about you! Join UNICEF every other Thursday. The upcoming meeting is this Thursday, October 19. We have lots of fun events coming up such as attending a city council meeting and trick or treat for UNICEF!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  Did you miss last night’s Financial Aid Workshop?  If so, come to the Career Center to pick up financial aid materials that were handed out at the event.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

 10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/14  Fall - Homecoming Dance

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

10/19  DSH English Learner Advisory @ DHS Library – 5:30pm

10/20  Friendship Day

10/20  Student of the month Breakfast – Odd Fellows Hall

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym

11/3    Friendship Day

11/3    Rent a Senior, 6pm (DSHS Library)

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Published: 10/12/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, Homepage and All Staff Unique ID

Dear Parent/Guardian:

Today, October 11, experts have determined the air quality in Davis is unhealthy for all groups. The smoke from wildfires in our region continues to impact our city and county.

School remains in session but we continue to monitor the situation and the communications from the Yolo Solano Air Quality Management District and the County of Yolo.  Safety remains a top priority for our school community.  Individuals are encouraged to stay indoors with windows closed.   Students arriving at school this morning will be directed inside to multipurpose rooms or classrooms.  Students will remain indoors during recess, lunch and PE.  Athletic activities are being reviewed and updates will be available on the District and Davis website and Facebook throughout the day.  

If you have a student with health concerns, please contact your school office.

Further questions about smoke conditions can be sent to Maria Clayton,  DJUSD Public Information Officer at mclayton@djusd.net.

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 10/11/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 12, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1492 - Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer, sighted Watling Island in the Bahamas. He believed that he had found Asia while attempting to find a Western ocean route to India. The same day he claimed the land for Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/Garlic Aioli serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Want to taste some tamales, do some Zumba, and practice your Spanish? Come to Señora Candelario’s room O-6 this today during lunch for Spanish Language and Culture Club!

 

Team HBV: Come to Team HBV’s meeting @ lunch in room S-5 to hear about upcoming events and get fliers for our fundraiser at Teabo!

 

The DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP is TONIGHT at 7:00 p.m. in the theater!  Come to find out how you can get free money for college!  All seniors and their parents are invited to attend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

ATHLETICS:

Frosh Football vs Franklin, 5:00

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Franklin- 3:45                                                     dismiss: 2:00V

Girls Water Polo @ Campolindo, 6:00V-7:00JV

 

Spirited Sports Fans! – Please show your school spirit at this week’s homecoming events! Keep in mind Davis Senior High Schools’ expectations of pursuing victory with honor. Cheer like crazy for the positive things our school is doing! Remember, calling out opposing players, teams, fans, or referees is not part of our philosophy. As students, athletes, and fans we represent ourselves, families and entire Davis community!  We look forward to seeing you in the stands. Go Blue Devils!

Your chance to be a member of the 2017-2018 DHS snowboard team is here! The sign up meeting is Tuesday, October 17 at 7pm at DHS room L-20. The team is open to any student from 9th to 12th grade. Team members will get a season pass that includes a Woodward Center pass. All skill levels are welcome. This is a great way to meet new people and have fun up on the slopes. For more information contact Coach Bill Williams: bwilliams@djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Remember Blue Devils! Friday, we have Special schedule for Homecoming  

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch on October 23rd.  He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. on October 23rd.  Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Remember Blue Devils! Friday we have a Special Schedule for Homecoming

 

The PSAT test is this Saturday, 10/14! Arrive to the Main Office/Admin Building by 7:45 a.m. for your room assignment. The test begins at 8am. No late entry! MUST BRING PHOTO ID and calculator.

CLUBS:

DHS BSU will be having meeting every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come join us and learn more about cultural diversity.

               

Hey You! Oh, Yes! I am talking about you! Join UNICEF every other Thursday. The upcoming meeting is this Thursday, October 19. We have lots of fun events coming up such as attending a city council meeting and trick or treat for UNICEF!

 

Guys, gals, and non- binary pals! The GSA presents to you Movie Night on Friday, October 13. We will be showing the “Babadook” from 7-9pm in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator. NO PERMISSION SLIPS NEEDED!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  Did you miss last night’s Financial Aid Workshop?  If so, come to the Career Center to pick up financial aid materials that were handed out at the event.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/12  Financial Aid Workshop 7:00 pm Brunelle Theatre

10/13  Homecoming Parade & Game Day - Special Schedule, early release

10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/14  Fall - Homecoming Dance

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

10/19  DSH English Learner Advisory @ DHS Library – 5:30pm

10/20  Friendship Day

10/20  Student of the month Breakfast – Odd Fellows Hall

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym 

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Published: 10/11/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 11, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1968 - Apollo 7 was launched by the U.S. The first manned Apollo mission was the first in which live television broadcasts were received from orbit. Wally Schirra, Don Fulton Eisele and R. Walter Cunningham were the astronauts aboard.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY: Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15 in. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

Ski Team info meeting – 7:00, Library

 

LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting @ lunch in L-20

 

Global Glimpse student meeting @ lunchtime in Library West Conference room.  The Global Glimpse Ambassadors will be explaining the program to students who received a nomination letter.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting Wednesday October 11, during lunch is S-12. Join us for news about upcoming projects and events!

 

DHS students are invited to learn about Restorative Practice and how it helps build community. Join DHS student discussion in the DHS Library today @ 2:30 pm. During the 2017-2018 school year…DHS is offering student Health & Wellness Events. Each month special presentations and workshops that support our student’s health and wellness will be held during and after our school day. After School Events- Students attending an event after school should arrive at the location and time indicated on the flyers, in the bulletin, or on the counseling web page. During School Events student should sign-up on the counseling web page under Health and Wellness and sign-in at the event to get their class absence excused. Stay Healthy and Strong DHS!

ATHLETICS:

Girls Golf vs Pleasant @ Rancho Murieta, 3:00                                        dismiss: 1:00 select roster

Girls Volleyball vs St. Francis, 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V                                                       

Girls JV Tennis @ River City – Away 3:45                                                 dismiss: 2:30JV

 

Your chance to be a member of the 2017-2018 DHS snowboard team is here! The sign up meeting is Tuesday, October 17 at 7pm at DHS room L-20. The team is open to any student from 9th to 12th grade. Team members will get a season pass that includes a Woodward Center pass. All skill levels are welcome. This is a great way to meet new people and have fun up on the slopes. For more information contact Coach Bill Williams: bwilliams@djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Remember Blue Devils! Friday, we have Special schedule for Homecoming (see site calendar on homepage) 

 

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch on October 23rd.  He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. on October 23rd.  Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

CLUBS:

DHS BSU will be having meeting every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come join us and learn more about cultural diversity.

               

Want to taste some tamales, do some Zumba, and practice your Spanish? Come to Señora Candelario’s room O-6 this Thursday during lunch for Spanish Language and Culture Club!

 

Hey You! Oh, Yes! I am talking about you! Join UNICEF every other Thursday. The upcoming meeting is this Thursday, October 19. We have lots of fun events coming up such as attending a city council meeting and trick or treat for UNICEF!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday October 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the theater.  At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications.  All seniors and their parents are invited to attend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/12  Financial Aid Workshop 7:00 pm Brunelle Theatre

10/13  Homecoming Parade & Game Day - Special Schedule, early release

10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/14  Fall - Homecoming Dance

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

10/19 DSH English Learner Advisory @ DHS Library – 5:30pm

10/20  Friendship Day

10/25 Link Crew Meeting @ lunch, L-20

 

 

 

 

 

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Published: 10/10/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 10, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1913 - U.S. President Woodrow Wilson triggered the explosion of the Gamboa Dike that ended the construction of the Panama Canal.

 

DAILY MENU: “ Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY: Softball info meeting @ 6:00 at DHS Library

 

There will be a Model United Nations meeting on today at lunchtime in room P-25.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Sheldon, 3:45                                                        dismiss: 2:05V

Girls JV Tennis vs Pioneer, 3:45                                                                 dismiss: 2:30JV

Boys’ Water Polo @ Acalanes 5:00JV-6:00V                                             dismiss: TBA

 

Your chance to be a member of the 2017-2018 DHS snowboard team is here! The sign up meeting is Tuesday, October 17 at 7pm at DHS room L-20. The team is open to any student from 9th to 12th grade. Team members will get a season pass that includes a Woodward Center pass. All skill levels are welcome. This is a great way to meet new people and have fun up on the slopes. For more information contact Coach Bill Williams: bwilliams@djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Remember Blue Devils! Friday, we have Special schedule for Homecoming.  

 

DHS students are invited to learn about Restorative Practice and how it helps build community. Join DHS student discussion in the DHS Library October, 11th @ 2:30 pm. During the 2017-2018 school year…DHS is offering student Health & Wellness Events. Each month special presentations and workshops that support our student’s health and wellness will be held during and after our school day. After School Events- Students attending an event after school should arrive at the location and time indicated on the flyers, in the bulletin, or on the counseling web page. During School Events student should sign-up on the counseling web page under Health and Wellness and sign-in at the event to get their class absence excused. Stay Healthy and Strong DHS!

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Julius Achon, subject of the book The Boy Who Runs, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater at lunch on October 23rd.  He will also be speaking in the DSHS Library at 7 p.m. on October 23rd.  Achon was kidnapped by Joseph Kony's army when he was young.  He escaped and later fell in love with running.  He came to the US to run and attend university and later ran in the 2000 Olympics for his native country of Uganda.  Reminder: NO FOOD OR DRINK ARE ALLOWED IN BRUNELLE THEATER.

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15 in. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

CLUBS:

Global Glimpse student meeting: Wednesday, October 11 lunchtime in Library West Conference room.  The Global Glimpse Ambassadors will be explaining the program to students who received a nomination letter.

 

DHS BSU will be having meeting every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come join us and learn more about cultural diversity.

               

Want to taste some tamales, do some Zumba, and practice your Spanish? Come to Señora Candelario’s room O-6 this Thursday during lunch for Spanish Language and Culture Club!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting Wednesday October 11, during lunch is S-12. Join us for news about upcoming projects and events!

 

Hey You! Oh, Yes! I am talking about you! Join UNICEF every other Thursday. The upcoming meeting is this Thursday, October 19. We have lots of fun events coming up such as attending a city council meeting and trick or treat for UNICEF!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday October 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the theater.  At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications.  All seniors and their parents are invited to attend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/11  LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, lunch time - L-20

10/12  Financial Aid Workshop 7:00 pm Brunelle Theatre

10/13  Homecoming Parade & Game Day - Special Schedule, early release

10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/14  Fall - Homecoming Dance

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

10/19 DSH English Learner Advisory @ DHS Library – 5:30pm

10/20  Friendship Day

10/25 Link Crew Meeting @ lunch, L-20

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/9/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 6, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1683 - The first Mennonites arrived in America aboard the Concord. The German and Dutch families settled in an area that is now a neighborhood in Philadelphia, PA.

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY: Hey CSF, there is a general meeting today at lunch in room P-13. Come to hear about more volunteer opportunities and fulfill active lifetime membership requirements. Hope to see you there! The general meeting for Friday October 13 has been cancel due to Homecoming.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Want to get involved in LGBTQ + Discussions. Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-11, on the second floor near the elevator.

 

Interested in the politics of civil rights? Come to N-2 this Friday for the weekly meeting of DHS Politics Club, where we will be discussing affirmative action. See you there!

 

Come to the second Asian Student Union meeting in L-14, we will be watching studio Ghibli movies! Bring a friend! It will be fun!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Varsity Water Polo @ S&R Sport Cup - Irvine                                 dismiss:  all day V

Girls JV Water Polo @ Crusher Classic - all-day                                       dismiss:  all day JV

Football JV/Varsity vs Sheldon 5:00JV – 7:15V

 

Interested in playing Davis High Softball? Girls in grades 9-12 and their parents should plan to attend the info meeting on Tuesday, Oct 10th in the DHS library at 6:00 pm. Coaches will discuss fall conditioning and the upcoming spring season. Questions? Contact varsity coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com   

 

All 9th & 10th grade boys interested in DHS Boys Soccer are encouraged to attend the Boys JV soccer informational meeting on Monday October 9th at 6:00 pm in the Davis High Library. This meeting will provide players and parent’s information regarding upcoming tryouts for two possible boys JV teams. Season information will also be given about practices/games and expectations of the players. It is very important that you attend this meeting if you plan on trying out for Boys JV Soccer.

Come support Blue Devil football and breast cancer awareness by coming to the Pink Out game tonight 10/6 vs Sheldon. JV at 5:00; Varsity @ 7:15. Pink Out shirts will be sold at the game for $5!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DHS students are invited to learn about Restorative Practice and how it helps build community. Join DHS student discussion in the DHS Library October, 11th @ 2:30 pm. During the 2017-2018 school year…DHS is offering student Health & Wellness Events. Each month special presentations and workshops that support our student’s health and wellness will be held during and after our school day. After School Events- Students attending an event after school should arrive at the location and time indicated on the flyers, in the bulletin, or on the counseling web page. During School Events student should sign-up on the counseling web page under Health and Wellness and sign-in at the event to get their class absence excused. Stay Healthy and Strong DHS!

 

Monday, Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

 

 

Students have been hired for the Food Truck position. The new cafeteria will be looking for student employees after the New Year. If you would like more information please see Miss Pettigrew in room S-4.

Volunteer opportunity at Holmes Jr. High:  Marci Montanari, counselor, is looking for three kind-hearted students to assist her in developing a program on mistreatment to present to junior high students. You would have to miss some school during the two days of presentations.  If interested, email Ms. Tessler at: ctessler@djusd.net

CLUBS:

If you would like to receive college credit from Sac State, join Academic Decathlon! We meet Tuesday’s at lunch in room T-3. Come grab a flier for our Blaze Pizza Fundraiser on 10/5 from 12pm-4pm. Email us at davishighacadecc@gmail.com for more info.

               

DHS BSU will be having meeting every Monday at lunch in room P-11. Come and enjoy free food, and learn more about cultural diversity.

 

DHS newly established Pre-Med Club is having its first meeting Monday, October 9th in room S-1. Come join to hear from guest speakers in media fields that you might be interested in and to participate in health- related activities.

 

CAREERS: SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday October 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the theater.  At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications.  All seniors and their parents are invited to attend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are you interested in studying abroad over the summer and on a scholarship?  If so, come to the Career Center this Friday, October 6 at lunch to hear an information session from CIEE about their high school study abroad summer programs all over the world.  Study abroad can help you earn college credits, community service hours, explore different countries and learn new languages.  See you in the Career Center Friday at lunch!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/11  LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, lunch time - L-20

10/12  Financial Aid Workshop 7:00 pm Brunelle Theatre

10/13  Homecoming Parade & Game Day - Special Schedule, early release

10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/14  Fall - Homecoming Dance

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

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Published: 10/5/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 5, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1921 - The World Series was broadcast on the radio for the first time. The game was between the New York Giants and the New York Yankees.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/Garlic Aioli serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

 

CSU College Workshop Brunelle Theater @7:00 pm 

  

 College application for California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis vs St. Francis, 3:45                                           

 

Interested in playing Davis High Softball? Girls in grades 9-12 and their parents should plan to attend the info meeting on Tuesday, Oct 10th in the DHS library at 6:00 pm. Coaches will discuss fall conditioning and the upcoming spring season. Questions? Contact varsity coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com   

All 9th & 10th grade boys interested in DHS Boys Soccer are encouraged to attend the Boys JV soccer informational meeting on Monday October 9th at 6:00 pm in the Davis High Library. This meeting will provide players and parent’s information regarding upcoming tryouts for two possible boys JV teams. Season information will also be given about practices/games and expectations of the players. It is very important that you attend this meeting if you plan on trying out for Boys JV Soccer.

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

 

Community Reminder: The deadline to apply DACA renewal is October 5, 2017. Resources about where to access

Free legal services and USCIS application fee assistance for DACA renewals is available on the DJUSD We All Belong website under updates. Link: www.djusd.ne/belong

 

Interested in going to Costa Rica during spring break? Information will be given about the trip on Friday, October 6 at lunchtime in Mr. Williams’s classroom (P14).

 

Attention writers, artists, and photographers. The deadline for spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

Students have been hired for the Food Truck position. The new cafeteria will be looking for student employees after the New Year. If you would like more information please see Miss Pettigrew in room S-4.

 

Volunteer opportunity at Holmes Jr. High:  Marci Montanari, counselor, is looking for three kind-hearted students to assist her in developing a program on mistreatment to present to junior high students. You would have to miss some school during the two days of presentations.  If interested, email Ms. Tessler at: ctessler@djusd.net

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos.

If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to contact Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away via email mosoriocabrera@djusd.net or by phone (530)757-5400 Ext: 113. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

DHS students are invited to learn about Restorative Practice and how it helps build community. Join DHS student discussion in the DHS Library October, 11th @ 2:30 pm. During the 2017-2018 school year…DHS is offering student Health & Wellness Events. Each month special presentations and workshops that support our student’s health and wellness will be held during and after our school day. After School Events- Students attending an event after school should arrive at the location and time indicated on the flyers, in the bulletin, or on the counseling web page. During School Events student should sign-up on the counseling web page under Health and Wellness and sign-in at the event to get their class absence excused. Stay Healthy and Strong DHS!

CLUBS:

The first ultimate Frisbee Club meet this Friday at lunch in S-10. This club will provide an opportunity for students to learn and play ultimate Frisbee together. This club is open to anyone. No experience necessary.

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting this Friday, October 6 at lunch in room P-13. Come to hear about more volunteer opportunities and fulfill active lifetime membership requirements. Hope to see you there! The general meeting for Friday October 13 has been cancel due to Homecoming.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Want to get involved in LGBTQ + Discussions. Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-11, on the second floor near the elevator.

 

If you would like to receive college credit from Sac State, join Academic Decathlon! We meet Tuesday’s at lunch in room T-3. Come grab a flier for our Blaze Pizza Fundraiser on 10/5 from 12pm-4pm. Email us at davishighacadecc@gmail.com for more info.

               

Come to the second Asian Student Union meeting this Friday during lunch in L-14, we will be watching  studio Ghibli movies! Bring a friend! It will be fun!

 

Interested in the politics of civil rights? Come to N-2 this Friday for the weekly meeting of DHS Politics Club. Our topic this week is affirmative action. See you there!

 

CAREERS: SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday October 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the theater.  At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications.  All seniors and their parents are invited to attend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are you interested in studying abroad over the summer and on a scholarship?  If so, come to the Career Center this Friday, October 6 at lunch to hear an information session from CIEE about their high school study abroad summer programs all over the world.  Study abroad can help you earn college credits, community service hours, explore different countries and learn new languages.  See you in the Career Center Friday at lunch!

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/9    Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

10/11  LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, lunch time - L-20

10/12  Financial Aid Workshop 7:00 pm Brunelle Theatre

10/13  Homecoming Parade & Game Day - Special Schedule, early release

10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/14  Fall - Homecoming Dance

10/19  DHS Cheer Fundraiser at Lamppost Pizza in Westlake Shopping Center from 5-9PM

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/4/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 4, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1957 - The Soviet Union launched Sputnik I into orbit around the Earth. Sputnik was the first manmade satellite to enter space. Sputnik I fell out of orbit on January 4, 1958. 

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY: Do you know you’re made of dust? If you’re interested in the universe, join the Astronomy Club at lunch in room S-11. 

 

Do you like playing video games? Gamer’s Society is a new club where you can play Super Mario games or battlefield. Come every Wednesday after school from 2:30 – 3:30 to P-21 to have fun! Bring your friends too!

 

The new DHS Philosophy Club’s first meeting today at lunch in room P-22. Come to take your first step on an intellectual journey. See you there!

 

Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15 in. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Volleyball vs Monterrey Trail ** DIG PINK**   4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V           

Girls Golf vs Franklin @ Bartley Cavanaugh, 3:00                         dismiss: 1:00pm select roster

 

Interested in playing Davis High Softball? Girls in grades 9-12 and their parents should plan to attend the info meeting on Tuesday, Oct 10th in the DHS library at 6:00 pm. Coaches will discuss fall conditioning and the upcoming spring season. Questions? Contact varsity coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com   

All 9th & 10th grade boys interested in DHS Boys Soccer are encouraged to attend the Boys JV soccer informational meeting on Monday October 9th at 6:00 pm in the Davis High Library. This meeting will provide players and parent’s information regarding upcoming tryouts for two possible boys JV teams. Season information will also be given about practices/games and expectations of the players. It is very important that you attend this meeting if you plan on trying out for Boys JV Soccer.

Hey Blue Devils: October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, which is an annual campaign to raise awareness of the disease! Come support girls Volleyball in their DIG PINK night, Wednesday October 4th vs. Grant. Show your support for the cause by wearing your best Pink outfit!!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

October 5 - California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

 

Community Reminder: The deadline to apply DACA renewal is October 5, 2017. Resources about where to access

Free legal services and USCIS application fee assistance for DACA renewals is available on the DJUSD We All Belong website under updates. Link: www.djusd.ne/belong

 

Interested in going to Costa Rica during spring break? Information will be given about the trip on Friday, October 6 at lunchtime in Mr. Williams’s classroom (P14).

 

Attention writers, artists, and photographers. The deadline for spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

Students have been hired for the Food Truck position. The new cafeteria will be looking for student employees after the New Year. If you would like more information please see Miss Pettigrew in room S-4.

 

Volunteer opportunity at Holmes Jr. High:  Marci Montanari, counselor, is looking for three kind-hearted students to assist her in developing a program on mistreatment to present to junior high students. You would have to miss some school during the two days of presentations.  If interested, email Ms. Tessler at: ctessler@djusd.net

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos. If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to let Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

DHS students are invited to learn about Restorative Practice and how it helps build community. Join DHS student discussion in the DHS Library October, 11th @ 2:30 pm. During the 2017-2018 school year…DHS is offering student Health & Wellness Events. Each month special presentations and workshops that support our student’s health and wellness will be held during and after our school day. After School Events- Students attending an event after school should arrive at the location and time indicated on the flyers, in the bulletin, or on the counseling web page. During School Events student should sign-up on the counseling web page under Health and Wellness and sign-in at the event to get their class absence excused. Stay Healthy and Strong DHS!

CLUBS:

The first ultimate Frisbee Club meet this Friday at lunch in S-10. This club will provide an opportunity for students to learn and play ultimate Frisbee together. This club is open to anyone. No experience necessary.

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting this Friday, October 6 at lunch in room P-13. Come to hear about more volunteer opportunities and fulfill active lifetime membership requirements. Hope to see you there! The general meeting for Friday October 13 has been cancel due to Homecoming.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Want to get involved in LGBTQ + Discussions. Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-11, on the second floor near the elevator.

 

If you would like to receive college credit from Sac State, join Academic Decathlon! We meet Tuesday’s at lunch in room T-3. Come grab a flier for our Blaze Pizza Fundraiser on 10/5 from 12pm-4pm. Email us at davishighacadecc@gmail.com for more info.

               

Come to the second Asian Student Union meeting this Friday during lunch in L-14, we will be watching  studio Ghibli movies! Bring a friend! It will be fun!

 

CAREERS: SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday October 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the theater.  At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications.  All seniors and their parents are invited to attend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/5   Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5    7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9    Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym) 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/3/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 3, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1863 - U.S. President Lincoln declared that the last Thursday of November would be recognized as Thanksgiving Day.

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY: Social Justice for Every DHS Student, Every Day!!  Join the DHS Climate Committee meeting, today during lunch in the Library's W. Conference room to ensure social justice for EVERY DHS Student. All students are encouraged to attend this important committee’s work.  In addition, we ask all DHS club to send one representative to join the meeting to look at equity issues at our school, evaluate youth truth results and seek ways each club contributes to social justice and equity at Davis High School. See you at Lunch!

 

Are you interesting in studying abroad over the summer?  If so, come to the Career Center today at lunch to hear a CIEE Global Navigator representative talk about the life-changing experience of a studying abroad.  See you in the Career Center at lunch!

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Elk Grove, 3:45                                             dismiss: 2:30V

Boys’ Water Polo vs Franklin (V) 3:45V

Girls Varsity Water polo vs Franklin (V), 5:00

 

Interested in playing Davis High Softball? Girls in grades 9-12 and their parent should plan to attend the info meeting on Tuesday, Oct 10th in the DHS library at 6:00 pm. Coaches will discuss fall conditioning and the upcoming spring season. Questions? Contact varsity coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com   

Boys JV soccer informational meeting will be held on Monday October 9th at 6:00 pm in the Davis High Library. This meeting will provide players and parent’s information regarding upcoming tryouts for two possible boys JV teams. Season information will also be given about practices/ games and expectations of the players. It is very important that you attend this meeting if you plan on trying out for Boys JV Soccer.

 

Hey Blue Devils: October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, which is an annual campaign to raise awareness of the disease! Come support girls Volleyball in their DIG PINK night, Wednesday October 4th vs. Grant. Show your support for the cause by wearing your best Pink outfit!!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

October 5 - California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

Community Reminder: The deadline to apply DACA renewal is October 5, 2017. Resources about where to access

Free legal services and USCIS application fee assistance for DACA renewals is available on the DJUSD We All Belong website under updates. Link: www.djusd.ne/belong

 

Interested in going to Costa Rica during spring break? Information will be given about the trip on Friday, October 6 at lunchtime in Mr. Williams’s classroom (P14).

 

ON-CAMPUS JOB: The lunchtime Food Truck is seeking two students to work during lunches.  They would be paid AND receive free lunch. A California ServSafe Food Handler card is required. Any interested student should see Miss Pettigrew in S-4 to get the details. You may send an email to her at jpettigrew@djusd.net.   

 

Volunteer opportunity at Holmes Jr. High:  Marci Montanari, counselor, is looking for three kind-hearted students to assist her in developing a program on mistreatment to present to junior high students. You would have to miss some school during the two days of presentations.  If interested, email Ms. Tessler at: ctessler@djusd.net

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos. If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to let Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Attention writers, artist, and photographers. The deadline for spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. Mindfulness training will be held in room O-5 every Wednesday from 2:45 to 3:15 in. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

DHS students are invited to learn about Restorative Practice and how it helps build community. Join DHS student discussion in the DHS Library October, 11th @ 2:30 pm. During the 2017-2018 school year…DHS is offering student Health & Wellness Events. Each month special presentations and workshops that support our student’s health and wellness will be held during and after our school day. After School Events- Students attending an event after school should arrive at the location and time indicated on the flyers, in the bulletin, or on the counseling web page. During School Events student should sign-up on the counseling web page under Health and Wellness and sign-in at the event to get their class absence excused. Stay Healthy and Strong DHS!

CLUBS:

The new DHS Philosophy Club’s first meeting will be on Wednesday, October 4th at lunch in room P-22. Come to take your first step on an intellectual journey, during which you will spot fallacies in political speeches and discuss liberty, ethics, and morality in a peaceful, philosophical environment, as well as get a sneak peek into college philosophy!

 

The first ultimate Frisbee Club meet this Friday at lunch in S-10. This club will provide an opportunity for students to learn and play ultimate Frisbee together. This club is open to anyone. No experience necessary.

 

Hey Decathletes! The late registration for academic Decathlon is this Tuesday. In T-3 during lunch. Please bring your signed cover letter and register online!

 

Do you like playing video games? Gamer’s Society is a new club where you can play Super Mario games or battlefield. Come every Wednesday after school from 2:30 – 3:30 to P-21 to have fun! Bring your friends too!

 

Do you know you’re made of dust? If you’re interested in the universe, join the Astronomy Club this Wednesday at lunch in room S-11. 

               

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/5   Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5    7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9    Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

10/11  LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, lunch time - L-20

 

 

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 2, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1836 - Charles Darwin returned to England after 5 years of acquiring knowledge around the world about fauna, flora, wildlife and geology. He used the information to develop his "theory of evolution" which he unveiled in his 1859 book entitled The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY: Attention NHS members! There will be a NHS meeting today in S-12. We will be going over important information about NHS as well as announcing new volunteer opportunities. We hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Volleyball @ Grant, 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V                                 dismiss: 3:00JV

Field Hockey @ Bella Vista -3:30JV-4:45V                                      

 

Boys JV soccer informational meeting will be held on Monday October 9th at 6:00 pm in the Davis High Library. This meeting will provide players and parent’s information regarding upcoming tryouts for two possible boys JV teams. Season information will also be given about practices/ games and expectations of the players. It is very important that you attend this meeting if you plan on trying out for Boys JV Soccer.

 

Hey Blue Devils: October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, which is an annual campaign to raise awareness of the disease! Come support girls Volleyball in their DIG PINK night, Wednesday October 4th vs. Grant. Show your support for the cause by wearing your best Pink outfit!!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

September 28- University of California- 7- 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 5 - California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

 

Are you taking the November 7th SAT? Starting October 2nd, join DSH After-hours Library program, College Board and Khan Academy to prepare for the exam. Every Wednesday evening from 5-7:30 pm and Saturday morning from 10am-12pm join a cohort of students in our own DSH Library. See you there!

 

Support the Arts at DHS by joining the Brunelle Theater Student Usher Program. Earn volunteer hours, gain customer service skills, and see performances for free. Just attend one training, either Tuesday Oct. 3rd at 3:45pm OR wed. Oct. 4th at 2:45pm in the lobby of the theater, and you’ll be eligible to usher some of the over 125 performances and events held in the Brunelle each year. Come see how you can be involved! All are welcome! No experience necessary!

 

Interested in going to Costa Rica during spring break? Information will be given about the trip on Friday, October 6 at lunchtime in Mr. Williams’s classroom (P14).

ON-CAMPUS JOB: The lunchtime Food Truck is seeking two students to work during lunches.  They would be paid AND receive free lunch. A California ServSafe Food Handler card is required. Any interested student should see Miss Pettigrew in S-4 to get the details. You may send an email to her at jpettigrew@djusd.net.   

 

Volunteer opportunity at Holmes Jr. High:  Marci Montanari, counselor, is looking for three kind-hearted students to assist her in developing a program on mistreatment to present to junior high students. You would have to miss some school during the two days of presentations.  If interested, email Ms. Tessler at: ctessler@djusd.net

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos. If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to let Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Attention writers, artist, and photographers. The deadline for spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

CLUBS:

The new DHS Philosophy Club’s first meeting will be on Wednesday, October 4th at lunch in room P-22. Come to take your first step on an intellectual journey, during which you will spot fallacies in political speeches and discuss liberty, ethics, and morality in a peaceful, philosophical environment, as well as get a sneak peek into college philosophy!

 

The first ultimate Frisbee Club will meet this Thursday at lunch in N-1A. This club will provide an opportunity for students to learn and play ultimate Frisbee together, and is open to anyone. No experience necessary.

 

Hey Decathletes! The late registration for academic Decathlon is this Tuesday. In T-3 during lunch. Please bring your signed cover letter and register online!

 

Do you like playing video games? Gamer’s Society is a new club where you can play Super Mario games or battlefield. Come every Wednesday after school from 2:30 – 3:30 to P-21 to have fun! Bring your friends too!

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 27- December 1. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip December 4-8.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week are Yale, Columbia, Tufts and Syracuse. Come to the Career Center for more information and a list of upcoming college visits.

 

Tutors are needed for Pioneer Elementary school 4th-6th grade after school program starting October 1. Tutors will help elementary students with their homework. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/3   School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5   Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5    7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9    Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

10/11  LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, lunch time - L-20

 

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 29, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1983- The War Powers Act was used for the first time by the U.S. Congress when they authorized President Reagan to keep U.S. Marines in Lebanon for 18 more months.

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY:

Hey CSF! We have our first official meeting today at lunch in room P-13. Come to learn more about CSF, find some great volunteer opportunities, and more! Hope to see you there!

 

Today is the last day to register for the National Honor Society outside of room S-12. Bring $5 dollars, transcript from last semester and active members should also bring an hour’s sheet. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

If you are into policy discussions and debates, come join DHS Politics Club today in room N-12.

 

The GSA’s Ally tip of the day: get involved. You can’t be an ally when you’ve all alone. Come to our meeting at lunch in room P-21, for instance, we will be talking about LGBTQ + issues every Friday. See you there!

 

Attention NHS members! There will be a NHS meeting today in S-12. We will be going over important information about NHS as well as announcing new volunteer opportunities. We hope to see you there!  

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys JV soccer informational meeting will be held on Monday October 9th at 6:00 pm in the Davis High Library. This meeting will provide players and parent’s information regarding upcoming tryouts for two possible boys JV teams. Season information will also be given about practices/ games and expectations of the players. It is very important that you attend this meeting if you plan on trying out for Boys JV Soccer.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

September 28- University of California- 7- 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 5 - California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

 

Are you taking the November 7th SAT? Starting October 2nd, join DSH After-hours Library program, College Board and Khan Academy to prepare for the exam. Every Wednesday evening from 5-7:30 pm and Saturday morning from 10am-12pm join a cohort of students in our own DSH Library. See you there!

 

Support the Arts at DHS by joining the Brunelle Theater Student Usher Program. Earn volunteer hours, gain customer service skills, and see performances for free. Just attend one training, either Tuesday Oct. 3rd at 3:45pm OR wed. Oct. 4th at 2:45pm in the lobby of the theater, and you’ll be eligible to usher some of the over 125 performances and events held in the Brunelle each year. Come see how you can be involved! All are welcome! No experience necessary!

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos. If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to let Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

Attention writers, artist, and photographers. The deadline for spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

CLUBS:

Hey guys! The Red Cross Club would like to thank all those who volunteered and the 67 participants who donated blood last Tuesday during the first blood drive of the year! 44 pints of blood were collected, meaning 132 lives saved! Once again, we thank you for your help and we look forward to seeing you during our next blood drive!

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 27- December 1. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip December 4-8.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week are Yale, Columbia, Tufts and Syracuse. Come to the Career Center for more information and a list of upcoming college visits.

 

Tutors are needed for Pioneer Elementary school 4th-6th grade after school program starting October 1. Tutors will help elementary students with their homework. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/3   School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5   Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5    7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9    Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

10/11  LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting, lunch time - L-20

10/12  Financial Aid Workshop 7:00 pm Brunelle Theatre

10/13  Homecoming Parade & Game Day - Special Schedule, early release

10/17  10th Grade Hearing Screening Day, location- TBD

10/14  Fall - Homecoming Dance

10/19  DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm-DSHS Library

10/20  Friendship Day

10/20  Student of the Month Breakfast – Old Fellows Hall

10/25  Link Crew Meeting @ lunch time, South Gym

 

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 28, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1542-San Diego, CA, was discover by Portuguese navigator Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole serve with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY:  UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

Addiction: What are the stages? Join our drug/ alcohol counselor, Kelsey Harter, to learn about the stages of addiction and how this might affect your friends and family. When: today from 11:15 to 11:45 am, Career Center. RSVP to Ms. Tessler. Jamba Juice will be provided.

 

ATHLETICS:

Football Frosh @ Jesuit – 5:00

Tennis Girls Varsity vs Monterey Trail – 2:45                                                       dismissal: 2:30V

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

Attention writers, artist, and photographers. The deadline for Spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

September 28- University of California- 7- 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 5 - California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

 

Are you taking the November 7th SAT? Starting October 2nd, join DSH After-hours Library program, College Board and Khan Academy to prepare for the exam. Every Wednesday evening from 5-7:30 pm and Saturday morning from 10am-12pm join a cohort of students in our own DSH Library. See you there!

 

Support the Arts at DHS by joining the Brunelle Theater Student Usher Program. Earn volunteer hours, gain customer service skills, and see performances for free. Just attend one training, either Tuesday Oct. 3rd at 3:45pm OR wed. Oct. 4th at 2:45pm in the lobby of the theater, and you’ll be eligible to Usher some of the over 125 performances and events held in the Brunelle each year. Come see how you can be involved! All are welcome! No experience necessary!

 

Seniors, Prestige Photography will be on campus on Friday, November 3rd, 2017 to take senior photos. If you have not taken your senior photos please make sure to let Marlen Cabrera, VP Secretary know right away. If you want to appear in the senior section of the yearbook, you must take your senior photo through Prestige. The cost is $20 if you wish to purchase proofs and select your yearbook photo, or free if you do not wish to purchase proofs.

 

CLUBS:

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/18 through 9/29, bring $5 dollars and a

Transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring an hour’s sheet. We look forward to seen you there!

 

The GSA’s Ally tip of the day: oppression is constant. Nobody gets breaks. Come to our meeting tomorrow at lunch to learn more!

 

If you are into policy discussions and debates, come join DHS Politics Club this Friday in N-12.

 

Hey CSF! We have our first official meeting this Friday, September 29, at lunch in room P-13. Come to learn more about CSF, find some great volunteer opportunities, and more! Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 27- December 1. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip December 4-8.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week are Yale, Columbia, Tufts and Syracuse. Come to the Career Center for more information and a list of upcoming college visits.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/3   School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5   Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5    7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9    Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

10/11  LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting

10/12  Financial Aid Workshop

10/13  Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19  DSHS English Learner Advisory

10/20  Friendship Day

10/25  Link Crew Meeting

11/3    Rent-A-Senior

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 27, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1979- The Department of Education became the 13th Cabinet in U.S. history after the final approval from congress.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese or Peperoni Pizza. Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY:  Mindfulness training will not be held this Wednesday but will resume next Wednesday, October 4 from 2:45 to 3:15 in room O-5. Contact Ms. Tabor with your questions.

 

Important Announcement—During the 2017-2018 school year DSHS will be offering Student Health & Wellness Events. Each month special presentations and workshops that support our student’s health and wellness will be offered during and after our school day.  Listen to the announcements or read the new posters up around campus to find out which event you would like to attend and when it is offered. Topics include classes on Academic Stress, Growth Mindset; Resiliency; Cultural Voices; Healthy Friend Relationships; among many others. Our first event of the year…DHS Students are invited to learn about Social Media and its Implications to our Lives.  Join Interim Principal Mr. McHale in the DHS Library Wednesday, September 27 @ 2:30 pm. simply join the group and uncover the challenges and strengths inherent in a rich social media experience. Stay Healthy and Strong DHS!

 

Do you make long-lasting friendships? Join the Best Buddies Club, we create opportunities for friendships between students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. We meet every Wednesday at lunch in C-4. See you there!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our first meeting this Wednesday during lunch in S-12. Come on over for fun and service projects!

 

Hey Link Leaders! Link Crew will be holding its second meeting in Mr. William’s room L-20 at lunch today. We will be discussing club expectations and our first event, which will involve Homecoming Parade. See you there!

 

Are you interested in ceramics, photography, drawing, writing and painting? If so, come to the National Art Honor Society meeting today at lunch in room A-1.

 

ATHLETICS:

Cross Country @ Delta League meet – 9:00am                                                  dismissal: 7:15

Field Hockey vs Corning – 3:30JV-4:15V                                                           dismissal: 1:30JV

Golf Girls vs Monterey Trail @ Davis Muni – 3:00                                            dismissal: 1:30 select roster

Tennis Girls JV vs Rocklin – 3:45                                                                       dismissal: 2:30JV

Volleyball Girls @ Pleasant Grove – 5:00F/JV – 6:00V                                    dismissal: 3:00JV

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

Attention writers, artist, and photographers. The deadline for Spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

September 28- University of California- 7- 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 5 - California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

 

Are you taking the November 7th SAT? Starting October 2nd, join DSH After-hours Library program, College Board and Khan Academy to prepare for the exam. Every Wednesday evening from 5-7:30 pm and Saturday morning from 10am-12pm join a cohort of students in our own DSH Library. See you there!

 

Addiction: What are the stages? Join our drug/ alcohol counselor, Kelsey Harter, to learn about the stages of addiction and how this might affect your friends and family. When: Thursday, September 28 from 11:15 to 11:45 am, Career Center. RSVP to Ms. Tessler. Jamba Juice will be provided.

 

CLUBS:

Team HBV: Come to Team HBV’s meeting on Thursday, September 28 @ lunch in room S-05 to find more about opportunities to be part of a Team HBV Outreach Committee with members from all over the state.

 

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/18 through 9/29, bring $5 dollars and a

Transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring an hour’s sheet. We look forward to seen you there!

 

The GSA’s Ally tip of the day: Listen the LGBTQ + Community is diverse in and of itself. Keeping an open mind helps. But surprise! We aren’t perfect either. Come to our meeting this Friday to learn more.

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 27- December 1. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip December 4-8.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week are Yale, Columbia, Tufts and Syracuse. Come to the Career Center for more information and a list of upcoming college visits.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3   School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5   Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5    7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9    Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

10/11  LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting

10/12  Financial Aid Workshop

10/13  Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19  DSHS English Learner Advisory

10/20  Friendship Day

10/25  Link Crew Meeting

11/3    Rent-A-Senior

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Published: 9/26/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 26, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1980- The Cuban government abruptly closed Mariel Harbor to end the freedom flotilla of Cuban refugees that began the previous April.  

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:  Picture Make-Up Day is Today @ the North Gym from 7:30am-1:00pm. If you missed your chance to take your picture ID or didn’t get your ASB print out, this is your chance.

 

Guten Tag! Interested in the German Culture and delicious food? Join the German Club today in room P-13 for our first meeting.

 

Model United Nations meeting today in P-25! See you there!

 

Congratulations to Anna Seahill who was elected to serve as a student representative on our school’s Site Council. She joins students Kevin Tang and Yifan Wei who are our returning student representatives. We thank Anna, Kevin, and Yifan for their service to our school.

 

ATHLETICS:

Tennis Girls Varsity vs McClatchy – 3:45                                                          dismissal: 2:45V

Tennis Girls JV vs McClatchy – 3:45                                                                  dismissal: 2:30JV

Water Polo Girls vs Granite Bay – 6:00V-7:00JV

Water Polo Boys vs Granite Bay – 3:45V-5:45JV

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

September 28- University of California- 7- 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 5 - California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

 

Costa Rica spring break trip: Parent Information Night – September 26 (Tuesday) at 6:00 pm in room P-14 (Mr. William’s classroom). Students can pick-up brochures about the trip from either Mr. Williams or Ms. Tessler.

 

Attention writers, artist, and photographers. The deadline for Spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

Mindfulness training will not be held this Wednesday but will resume next Wednesday, October 4 from 2:45 to 3:15 in room O-5. Contact Ms. Tabor with your questions.

If you would like to learn about the United States Air Force, come to the quad at lunch on Tuesday, September 26 to speak to an Air Force representative.

 

Important Announcement—During the 2017-2018 school year DSHS will be offering Student Health & Wellness Events. Each month special presentations and workshops that support our student’s health and wellness will be offered during and after our school day.  Listen to the announcements or read the new posters up around campus to find our which event you would like to attend and when it is offered. Topics include classes on Academic Stress, Growth Mindset; Resiliency; Cultural Voices; Healthy Friend Relationships; among many others. Our first event of the year…DHS Students are invited to learn about Social Media and its Implication’s to our Lives.  Join Interim Principal Mr. McHale in the DHS Library Wednesday, September 27 @ 2:30 pm. simply join the group and uncover the challenges and strengths inherent in a rich social media experience. Stay Healthy and Strong DHS!

 

Are you taking the November 7th SAT? Starting October 2nd, join DSH After-hours Library program, College Board and Khan Academy to prepare for the exam. Every Wednesday evening from 5-7:30 pm and Saturday morning from 10am-12pm join a cohort of students in our own DSH Library. See you there!

 

CLUBS:

The GSA’s Ally tip of the day: you don’t become an ally simply by saying you are one. Actions speak louder than words. Come to our meeting this Friday to learn more!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our first meeting this Wednesday during lunch in S-12. Come on over for fun and service projects!

 

Team HBV: Come to Team HBV’s meeting on Thursday, September 28 @ lunch in room S-05 to find more about opportunities to be part of a Team HBV Outreach Committee with members from all over the state.

 

Do you make long-lasting friendships? Join The Best Buddies Club, we create opportunities for friendships between students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. We meet every Wednesday at lunch in C-4. See you there!

 

Hey Link Leaders! Link Crew will be holding its second meeting in Mr. William’s room L-20 at lunch on Wednesday. We will be discussing club expectations and our first event, which will involve Homecoming Parade. See you there!

 

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/18 through 9/29, bring $5 dollars and a

Transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring an hour’s sheet. We look forward to

 

CAREERS:

Do you want to explore the world? If so, Rustic Pathways will be on the quad at lunch on Tuesday, September 26 to talk about their summer and spring break programs that will allow you to explore other cultures and see the world. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 27- December 1. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip December 4-8.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3 School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5 Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5 7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9 Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym) 

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 25, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1513 – The Pacific Ocean was discovered by Spanish explorer Vasco Nunez de Balboa when he crossed the Isthmus of Panama. He name the body of water the South Sea. He was truly just the first European to see the Pacific Ocean.

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

TODAY:  Staff Parking Enforcement begins.

 

The Chinese Culture Club meets every Monday in P-22 during lunch. Come to our meeting today to learn more about the mid-autumn festival that we are going to celebrate next week!

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ River Valley – 5:30JV-7:00V                                                 dismissal: 3:15JV

Golf Girls vs Sheldon @ Wildhorse – 3:00                                                       dismissal: 1:00 select roster

Tennis Girls JV @ Oak Ridge – 2:30                                                        dismissal: 1:30 JV select roster

Volleyball Girls vs Franklin – 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

SENIOR: College Application Workshops are:

September 28- University of California- 7- 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 5 - California State University - 7 - 8:30 pm - IPAB

October 12 –Financial Aid Workshop – 7 – 8:30 pm – IPAB

 

Costa Rica spring break trip: Parent Information Night – September 26 (Tuesday) at 6:00 pm in room P-14 (Mr. William’s classroom). Students can pick-up brochures about the trip from either Mr. Williams or Ms. Tessler.

 

Picture Make-Up Day is Tuesday, September 26 @ the North Gym. If you missed your chance to take your picture ID or didn’t get your ASB print out, this is your chance. Don’t forget!

 

The Hurricane Harvey School Supply and Shirt Drive is taking place now through Friday, 9/29. Please bring school supplies and DHS shirts to the boxes in the front office.

 

Attention writers, artist, and photographers. The deadline for Spoke Literary Magazine is coming up. If you are interested, make sure to submit by October 6th at spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

 

Students are invited to learn about Social Media and its implication’s join Interim Principal Mr. McHale in the DHS Library Wednesday, September 27 @ 2:30 pm.

 

Are you taking the November 7th SAT? Starting October 2nd, join DSH After-hours Library program, College Board and Khan Academy to prepare for the exam. Every Wednesday evening from 5-7:30 pm and Saturday morning from 10am-12pm join a cohort of students in our own DSH Library. See you there!

 

CLUBS:

Do you make long-lasting friendships? Join The Best Buddies Club, we create opportunities for friendships between students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. We meet every Wednesday at lunch in C-4. See you there!

 

Hey Link Leaders! Link Crew will be holding its second meeting in Mr. William’s room L-20 at lunch on Wednesday. We will be discussing club expectations and our first event, which will involve Homecoming Parade. See you there!

 

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/18 through 9/29, bring $5 dollars and a

transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring an hour’s sheet. We look forward to

 

It’s Ally Week! The GSA will be sharing some tips everyday on how to be a better ally for the LGBTQ + community. First tip; when someone says something, believe it the first time. Come to our meeting this Friday to learn more!

 

CAREERS:

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis Program. Students participate in social and ethical discussions and will be trained as interns at the Davis Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Do you want to explore the world? If so, Rustic Pathways will be on the quad at lunch on Tuesday, September 26 to talk about their summer and spring break programs that will allow you to explore other cultures and see the world. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE? If so, a Sac City College representative will be in the Career Center on Monday, September 25 at 11:15 to talk about what it’s like to attend Sac City, how to apply, the difference majors offered, transfer options and more! Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 27- December 1. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/26 Picture Make-Up Day

9/27 Link Crew Meeting @ Lunch South Gym

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3 School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5 Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5 7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9 Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

 

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 22, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1862- U.S President Lincoln issued the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation. It stated that all slaves held within rebel states would be free as of January 1, 1863.

 

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY:

 Hey Key Clubbers! There will be registration at lunch in front of S-12. It costs $11.50 to register and old members must bring their spring hour’s sheet.

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Interested in getting involved with the LGBTQ Community? Come to the GSA meeting today at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator!

 

Asian Student Union is finally holding their first meeting in room L-14 @ lunch. We will be discussing future plans and playing games!

 

Do you like debating controversial topics? If yes, come to N-2 for DHS Politics Club. This week’s discussion is on Religious Freedom vs. Civil Rights.

 

Hey CSF! Registration for the upcoming year ends today! Bring your pink application form, $5 dollars, and your report card to P-13 during lunch. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Football JV/Varsity @ Elk Grove – 5:00JV-7:15V                                           dismissal: 2:00JV-3:00V

Water Polo Girls Varsity @ California Capitol Classic                                   dismissal:  all day V

Water Polo Boys JV @ Jesuit Frosh-Soph tournament                                    dismissal:  all day JV

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Picture Make-Up Day is Tuesday, September 26 @ the North Gym. If you missed your chance to take your picture ID or didn’t get your ASB print out, this is your chance. Don’t forget!

 

The Hurricane Harvey School Supply and Shirt Drive is taking place now through Friday, 9/29. Please bring school supplies and DHS shirts to the boxes in the front office.

 

CLUBS:

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/18 through 9/29. Bring $5 dollars and a transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring hour’s sheet. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Do you make long-lasting friendships? Join The Best Buddies Club, we create opportunities for friendships between students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. We meet every Wednesday at lunch in C-4. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis Program. Students participate in social and ethical discussions and will be trained as interns at the Davis Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Do you want to explore the world? If so, Rustic Pathways will be on the quad at lunch on Tuesday, September 26 to talk about their summer and spring break programs that will allow you to explore other cultures and see the world. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

More great colleges are visiting the Career Center this week, including Saint Mary’s, Loyola Marymount, UC Santa Cruz, UC Santa Barbara, University of Chicago, Willamette, Harvey Mudd and more! You can find the list of upcoming college visits on Naviance or in the Career Center.

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE? If so, a Sac City College representative will be in the Career Center on Monday, September 25 at 11:15 to talk about what it’s like to attend Sac City, how to apply, the difference majors offered, transfer options and more! Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 27- December 1. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/25 Staff Parking Enforcement

9/26 Picture Make-Up Day

9/27 Link Crew Meeting @ Lunch South Gym

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3 School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5 Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5 7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9 Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym) 

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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 21, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1985- North and South Korea opened their borders for their family reunion program.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/Garlic Aioli served w/Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY: Come See…McFarland, USA, today @ 5:30pm west conference room, DHS Library. McFarland, USA will be shown as an opportunity of DHS Students who are learning English as a second language or have been reclassified English fluent proficient to spend time together. Any student who is a member of our English Language Department may attend, and they are welcome to bring their friends and/ or families. See you there!

 

Many students have concerns about new and old school policies ranging from the bell schedule to not having candy announcements. If you have any questions comments or concerns about the school, please come to the ever Blue Devil Town Hall on today @ lunch in N1-A and voice your opinion to your school Board Representative.

 

First Feminist Club meeting is today. Come to Mrs. Wilkerson’s room L-20 during lunch to discuss plans for this year.

 

Remember! DSHS English Learner Advisory @ 5:30 at the Library.

 

ATHLETICS:

Frosh Football @ Elk Grove – 5:00

Tennis Girls Varsity @ Pleasant Grove – 3:45                                                dismissal: 2:05V

Tennis Girls JV vs River City – 3:45                                                                dismissal: 2:30JV

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email Tanya Perez at tanyahp88@gmail.com  Think snow!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Hey CSF! Registration ends this Friday @ lunch. Pick up a pink application from the Library, front office or P-13. Bring $5 dollars, your application and report card to P-13. School Loop print out ARE NOT ACCEPTED. Hope to see you there!

 

Attention Everyone! Picture Make-Up Day is September 26 @ the North Gym. If you purchase an ASB Card please make sure you take your receipt or need your student ID please don’t miss the make-up date. If you need Lifetouch forms to order, please come to the front desk and ask for one.

 

The Hurricane Harvey School Supply and Shirt Drive is taking place now through Friday, 9/29. Please bring school supplies and DHS shirts to the boxes in the front office.

 

CLUBS:

Come join the Disney Club for a magical time in Mrs. Brunch’s room P-11! Hope to see you there!

 

Do you like debating controversial topics? If yes, come to N-2 this Friday for DHS Politics Club. This week’s discussion is on Religious Freedom vs. Civil Rights.

 

Asian Student Union is finally holding their first meeting on Friday, September 22 in room C-4 @ lunch. We will be discussing future plans and playing games!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! There will be registration at lunch in front of S-12 until Friday, September 22. It costs $11.50 to register and old members must bring their spring hour’s sheet.

 

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/18 through 9/29. Bring $5 dollars and a transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring hour’s sheet. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Interested in getting involved with the LGBTQ Community? Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator!

 

CAREERS:

More great colleges are visiting the Career Center this week, including Saint Mary’s, Loyola Marymount, UC Santa Cruz, UC Santa Barbara, University of Chicago, Willamette, Harvey Mudd and more! You can find the list of upcoming college visits on Naviance or in the Career Center.

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE? If so, a Sac City College representative will be in the Career Center on Monday, September 25 at 11:15 to talk about what it’s like to attend Sac City, how to apply, the difference majors offered, transfer options and more! Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/25 Staff Parking Enforcement

9/26 Picture Make-Up Day

9/27 Link Crew Meeting @ Lunch South Gym

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3 School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5 Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5 7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9 Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

 

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Published: 9/20/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 20, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1870- The Papal States came under control of Italian troops, leading to the unification of Italy.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese or Peperoni Pizza, Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY: Mindfulness training begins today from 2:45 to 3:15 in room O-5. Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to our present moment sensations. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

Join a group of DHS students as we answer questions about college and learn “HOW TO PLAY THE COLLEGE GAME” provided in a partnership between Sacramento City College and Davis Senior High School. First session starts today @ 2:35pm (end of school day) at the library. Join this new College Readiness program at DHS!

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ Pleasant Valley – 5:30JV-6:45V                                           dismissal: 2:15JV

Volleyball Girls vs Sheldon – 5:00JV-6:00V

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email Tanya Perez at tanyahp88@gmail.com  Think snow!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Friday, September 22nd is the deadline for summiting information and articles for the October Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcement, etc. to the DSH PTA Media Listserve at DHSPTA@mailman.dcn.org. Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has some questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s). The newsletter is ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of the month. This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents help for DHS school and student activities.

 

English language Development is hosting a movie night this week: come see…MacFarland, USA, Thursday, September 21st 5:30pm west conference room, DHS Library. McFarland, USA will be shown as an opportunity of DHS Students who are learning English as a second language or have been reclassified English fluent proficient to spend time together. Any student who is a member of our English Language Department may attend, and they are welcome to bring their friends and/ or families. See you there!

 

After school GUITAR LESSONS have been suspended until further notice.

 

Hey CSF! Registration ends this Friday @ lunch. Pick up a pink application from the Library, front office or P-13. Bring $5 dollars, your application and report card to P-13. School Loop print out ARE NOT ACCEPTED. Hope to see you there!

 

Attention Everyone! Picture Make-Up Day is September 26 @ the North Gym. If you purchase an ASB Card please make sure you take your receipt or need your student ID please don’t miss the make-up date. If you need Lifetouch forms to order, please come to the front desk and ask for one.

 

CLUBS:

Register for the National Honors Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/18 through 9/29. Bring $5 dollars and a transcript from last semester. Active members should bring an hour’s sheet. We look forward to seen you there!

 

If you love animals and want to make a difference in our community and across the world, come join the Animal Awareness Club! Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 20th in room A-7 at lunch. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

First Feminist Club meeting is Thursday, 9/21.come to Mrs. Wilkerson’s room L-20 during lunch to discuss plans for this year.

 

Come to UNICEF Club’s first meeting on Thursday the 21st! We’ll be going over club requirements and general information. We are so excited to meet you guys!

 

Did you know the Universe is 13.7 billion years old? If you are interested in leadership position, join the Astronomy Club in S-11 @ lunch on Wednesday.

 

Come join the Disney Club for a magical time in Mrs. Brunch’s room P-11! Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis Program. Students participate in social and ethical discussions and will be trained as interns at the Davis Interfaith Rotating Winter shelter. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are you looking to improve your leadership and teambuilding skills? If so, you should join the City of Davis Teen Leadership Council. Members will help plan and implement special City of Davis events and offer volunteer services within the City of Davis community. The first meeting is Tuesday, September 26 from 7:00-8:30pm. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

More great colleges are visiting the Career Center this week, including Saint Mary’s, Loyola Marymount, UC Santa Cruz, UC Santa Barbara, University of Chicago, Willamette, Harvey Mudd and more! You can find the list of upcoming college visits on Naviance or in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/19   Blood Drive

9/21 DSHS English Learner Advisory 5:30 library.

9/25 Staff Parking Enforcement

9/26 Picture Make-Up Day

9/27 Link Crew Meeting @ Lunch South Gym

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3 School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5 Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5 7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9 Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym)

 

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Published: 9/19/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 19, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1777- The Battle of Saratoga was won by American soldiers during the Revolutionary War.

 

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggie Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY: Come to Model UN Club today at lunch in room P-25. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Tennis Girls Varsity vs Franklin – 3:45                                                          dismissal: 2:30V

Tennis Girls JV @ Rocklin – 3:45                                                                  dismissal: 2:05 select roster

Water Polo Boys vs St Mary’s – 3:45V-5:45JV

Water Polo Girls vs St Mary’s – 6:00V/7:00FS

Snowboard Info Meeting – L-20, 7:00

 

Winter is coming and so is the information meeting for the DHS Snowboard Team. Tuesday, September 19 @ 7pm in room L-20 is where you and your family members can learn about your chance to be on this awesome winter sport team. All skill levels are welcome. Contact coach Bill Williams at bwilliams@djusd.net if you have any questions.

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email Tanya Perez at tanyahp88@gmail.com  Think snow!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Friday, September 22nd is the deadline for summiting information and articles for the October Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcement, etc. to the DSH PTA Media Listserve at DHSPTA@mailman.dcn.org. Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has some questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s). The newsletter is ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of the month. This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents help for DHS school and student activities.

 

Everyone can go to college! When/How do I have to apply? How do I pick a subject to study? How can I afford college? How many units is full time? Join a group of DHS students as we answer questions about college and learn “HOW TO PLAY THE COLLEGE GAME” provided in a partnership between Sacramento City College and Davis Senior High School. In only seven sessions you will walk away better able to navigate the college experience…first session starts Wednesday, September 20 @ 2:35pm (end of school day) at the library. Join this new College Readiness program at DHS!

 

English language Development is hosting a movie night this week: come see…MacFarland, USA, Thursday, September 21st 5:30pm west conference room, DHS Library. McFarland, USA will be shown as an opportunity of DHS Students who are learning English as a second language or have been reclassified English fluent proficient to spend time together. Any student who is a member of our English Language Department may attend, and they are welcome to bring their friends and/ or families. See you there!

 

After school GUITAR LESSONS have been suspended until further notice.

 

Hey CSF! Registration ends this Friday @ lunch. Pick up a pink application from the Library, front office or P-13. Bring $5 dollars, your application and report card to P-13. School Loop print out ARE NOT ACCEPTED. Hope to see you there!

 

Attention Everyone! Picture Make-Up Day is September 26 @ the North Gym. If you purchase an ASB Card please make sure you take your receipt or need your student ID please don’t miss the make-up date. If you need Lifetouch forms to order, please come to the front desk and ask for one.

 

Mindfulness training will begin on Wednesday, September 20 from 2:45 to 3:15 in room O-5. Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to our present moment sensations. Who should practice mindfulness? Everyone who would like to feel calmer, more connected, and generally happier. For more information contact Ms. Tabor in O-5.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Key Clubbers! There will be registration at lunch in front of S-12 every day until September 22. It costs $11.50 to register and old members must bring their spring hour’s sheet.

 

Register for the National Honors Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/18 through 9/29. Bring $5 dollars and a transcript from last semester. Active members should bring an hour’s sheet. We look forward to seen you there!

 

If you love animals and want to make a difference in our community and across the world, come join the Animal Awareness Club! Our first meeting is Wednesday, September 20th in room A-7 at lunch. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

First Feminist Club meeting is Thursday, 9/21.come to Mrs. Wilkerson’s room L-20 during lunch to discuss plans for this year.

 

Come to UNICEF Club’s first meeting on Thursday the 21st! We’ll be going over club requirements and general information. We are so excited to meet you guys!

 

Did you know the Universe is 13.7 billion years old? If you are interested in leadership position, join the Astronomy Club in S-11 @ lunch on Wednesday.

 

CAREERS:

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis Program. Students participate in social and ethical discussions and will be trained as interns at the Davis Interfaith Rotating Winter shelter. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are you looking to improve your leadership and teambuilding skills? If so, you should join the City of Davis Teen Leadership Council. Members will help plan and implement special City of Davis events and offer volunteer services within the City of Davis community. The first meeting is Tuesday, September 26 from 7:00-8:30pm. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

More great colleges are visiting the Career Center this week, including Saint Mary’s, Loyola Marymount, UC Santa Cruz, UC Santa Barbara, University of Chicago, Willamette, Harvey Mudd and more! You can find the list of upcoming college visits on Naviance or in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/19   Blood Drive

9/21 DSHS English Learner Advisory 5:30 library.

9/25 Staff Parking Enforcement

9/26 Picture Make-Up Day

9/27 Link Crew Meeting @ Lunch South Gym

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3 School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 9/18/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 15, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1997- The domain name “google.com” was registered.

 

DAILY MENU:” Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY: Want to volunteer? Putah Creek Council is hosting a Creek Cleanup Day on Saturday, September 16 to clean the Winters sections of Putah Creek of litter from 9am to 12pm, with lunch afterward in Rotary Park. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Learn about Hepatitis B Virus and how to prevent it, come to Team HBV’s meeting today @ lunch room S-05! Please note that the meeting date has been changed to Friday for just this week.

 

The Hurricane Harvey School Supply + T-Shirt Drive starts today! Drop off your donations to boxes in the front office.

 

DHS Politics Club will be meeting today @ lunch in N-12. This weeks topic is foreign policy and US’s role in the world, so come ready for a lively discussion and debate!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Water Polo @ Johansen Fros-Soph tourn. (JV) @ Modesto                                   Dismiss:  all-day JV

 

Winter is coming and so is the information meeting for the DHS Snowboard Team. Tuesday, September 19 @ 7pm in room L-20 is where you and your family members can learn about your chance to be on this awesome winter sport team. All skill levels are welcome. Contact coach Bill Williams at bwilliams@djusd.net if you have any questions.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Support the Arts at DHS by joining the Brunelle Theater Student Usher Program. Earn volunteer hours, gain costumer service skills, and see performances for free. Students who ushered last year are encouraged to attend the advance training on Wed. Sept 20th at 2:45p, to become a House Manager, or simply fill out a Returning Usher Package from PA-10 in order to remain active. New Ushers- Stay turned for training dates at the beginning of October.

 

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”- Mark Twain. Interested in creative writing, art or photography? Spoke literary magazine is now accepting submissions for its December issue on fear and courage. Submit your work to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 6.

 

Are you interested in saving a life? Your blood could help those in need after Hurricane Harvey. The 1st Blood Drive of the year is Tuesday, September 19 @ North Gym. You must be at least 110lbs and be at least 16 years old.

 

 

Interested in going to Costa Rica during spring break? The trip will include a visit to the Rainforest Adventure Park, a local farm to learn why produce thrives in this environment, a kayaking trip on Lake Arenal and more. Come to Room P-14 during lunchtime on Thursday, Sept 21 for the full details about the trip. Staff advisors: Courtney Tessler & Kevin Williams.

 

Hey CSF! Registration ends this Friday @ lunch. Pick up an application from the library, P-13, during lunch. Bring $5 dollars your application and report card. School Loop print outs are not accepted. Don’t wait until last day!

 

 

Oh my God you guys! The Davis High Drama Department is looking for help with the fall musical: Legally Blonde! If you are interested in sound design, lighting design, stage crew, hair or make up, or just want to find out how to get involved, come to the Brunelle Theatre on Tuesday, September 19th at lunch to learn more! Can’t make it? Pick up a handout in PA-10! Hope to see you there!

 

Attention Everyone! Picture Make-Up Day is September 26 @ the North Gym. If you purchase an ASB Card please make sure you take your receipt or need your student ID please don’t miss the make-up date. If you need Lifetouch forms to order, please come to the front desk and ask for one.

 

CLUBS:

“Calling all artists, designers and car fanatics. Interested in drawing a car for this year’s Car Club t-shirt? Submit designs, either hand drawn or electronically, to Mr. Thayer in auto shop room O-3. First prize is a free t-shirt with your design on it! The deadline is Friday, September 22nd.

 

Do you want to make long-lasting friendships? Join Best Buddies Club, we are a club that creates opportunities for friendships between students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and students without. We meet every Wednesday at lunch in C-4. See you there!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! There will be registration at lunch in front of S-12 every day until September 22. It costs $11.50 to register and old members must bring their spring hour’s sheet.

 

Interested in Korean Culture? Do you want to go on a Summer Trip to South Korea? If so, come to P-14 on Tuesdays @ lunch and join the Korean Culture Club!

 

CAREERS: Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Boulder, Seattle University, Pitzer, University of Redlands and more! Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to sign up for September college visits!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive

9/21 DSHS English Learner Advisory 5:30 library.

9/25 Staff Parking Enforcement

9/26 Picture Make-Up Day

9/27 Link Crew Meeting @ Lunch South Gym

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3 School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5 Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5 7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9 Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym) 

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Published: 9/14/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 14, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1901-U.S. President William McKinley died of a gunshot wounds inflicted by an assassin. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt, at age 42, succeeded him.

 

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole served/Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/ Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetables Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

TODAY: Don’t forget DHS-Back to School Night is today. The program will begin in the North Gym @ 6:00 p.m.

Student Government will be grilling up hot dogs, burgers, and chicken and veggie patties in the Quad from 5:15 p.m. All

Parent and students are welcome.

 

Global Glimpsers: Meeting today, Sept 14 at lunchtime in the Career Center. Share your summer experience as a Global Glimpser.

 

Interested in Spanish tutoring, volunteering hours or watching Master Chef? Come to the 1st Spanish Language & Culture Club meeting of the year today @ lunch in room O-6. 

 

Interested in showing how much you know in a fun, competitive, fast paced game? Join Quiz Bowl today @ Lunch in room P-14 for our first meeting of the year. See you there!

 

Are you interested in Math Competitions? Mu Alpha Theta Club meets today in room T-06. Come for more information!

 

ATHLETICS:

Frosh Football @ Christian Brothers @ 4:00                                     

Girls Volleyball vs Pleasant Valley @ 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V                                       

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Sheldon @ 3:45                                                                            Dismiss: 2:30

Girls JV Tennis v@ Rio Linda   @ 3:45                                                                            Dismiss: 2:05  

Girls Varsity Water Polo vs Clovis North – 4:00

 

Are interested in athletic training, the medical field, or sports management? Contact the athletic department and see how you can gain valuable experience for the future.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Support the Arts at DHS by joining the Brunelle Theater Student Usher Program. Earn volunteer hours, gain costumer service skills, and see performances for free. Students who ushered last year are encouraged to attend the advance training on Wed. Sept 20th at 2:45p, to become a House Manager, or simply fill out a Returning Usher Package from PA-10 in order to remain active. New Ushers- Stay turned for training dates at the beginning of October.

 

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”- Mark Twain. Interested in creative writing, art or photography? Spoke literary magazine is now accepting submissions for its December issue on fear and courage. Summit your work to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 6.

 

Are you interested in saving a life? Your blood could help those in need after Hurricane Harvey. The 1st Blood Drive of the year is Tuesday, September 19 @ North Gym. You must be at least 110lbs and be at least 16 years old.

 

“Friendship Day will be held on Friday, September 15th. The start time is 8:15, not 7:45 as stated on the permission slip.

Please submit your permission slip to the front desk by Thursday, September 14th. We look forward to seen you on Friday! All aboard the Friendship Ship!”

Interested in going to Costa Rica during spring break? The trip will include a visit to the Rainforest Adventure Park, a local farm to learn why produce thrives in this environment, a kayaking trip on Lake Arenal and more. Come to Room P-14 during lunchtime on Thursday, Sept 21 for the full details about the trip. Staff advisors: Courtney Tessler & Kevin Williams.

 

Hey CSF! Registration ends this Friday @ lunch. Pick up an application from the library, P-13, during lunch. Bring $5 dollars your application and report card. School Loop print outs are not accepted. Don’t wait until last day!

 

Want to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey? The AVID Program is sponsoring a school supply & shirt drive starting Friday. Drop-off old, DHS shirts in good condition or school supplies such as binders, pens, pencils. In the boxes located in the front office.

 

Oh my God you guys! The Davis High Drama Department is looking for help with the fall musical: Legally Blonde! If you are interested in sound design, lighting design, stage crew, hair or make up, or just want to find out how to get involved, come to the Brunelle Theatre on Tuesday, September 19th at lunch to learn more! Can’t make it? Pick up a handout in PA-10! Hope to see you there!

 

Attention Everyone! Picture Make-Up Day is September 26 @ the North Gym. If you purchase an ASB Card please make sure you take your receipt or need your student ID please don’t miss the make-up date. If you need Lifetouch forms to order, please come to the front desk and ask for one.

 

CLUBS:

“Calling all artist, designer and car fanatics. Interested in drawing a car for this year’s Car Club t-shirt? Summit designs, either hand drawn or electronically, to Mr. Thayer in auto shop room O-3. First price is a free t-shirt with your design on it! The deadline is Friday, September 22nd.

 

DHS Politics Club will be meeting this Friday @ lunch in N-12. This week topic is foreign policy and US’s role in the world, so come ready for a lively discussion and debate!

 

Want to meet New People and Support your school’s LGBTQIA + Community? Come to GSA Meeting this Friday @ lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21.  On the second floor near the elevator. All are welcome!

 

Interested in Korean Culture? Do you want to go on a Summer Trip to South Korea? If so, come to P-14 on Tuesdays @ lunch and join the Korean Culture Club!

 

Learn about Hepatitis B Virus and how to prevent it, come to Team HBV’s meeting on Friday, September 15th @ lunch room S-05! Please note that the meeting date has been changed to Friday for just this week.

 

CAREERS: College visiting the Career Center this week include Boulder, Seattle University, Pitzer, University of Redlands and more! Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to sign up for September college visits!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive

9/21 DSHS English Learner Advisory 5:30 library.

9/25 Staff Parking Enforcement

9/26 Picture Make-Up Day

9/27 Link Crew Meeting @ Lunch South Gym

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theater

10/3 School Climate Meeting @ DSHS Library

10/5 Special Schedule- early release: Secondary Articulation 1:30-3:30pm

10/5 7:00pm-CSU College Workshop (Brunelle Theater)

10/9 Homecoming Rally/ Assembly (North Gym) 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 9/13/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 13, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1922- In El Azizia, Libya, the highest shade temperature was recorded at 136.4 degrees Fahrenheit.

 

DAILY MENU: Cheese Peperoni Pizza, Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY: Best Buddies is a club that creates opportunities for friendships between students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and students without. We meet every Wednesday at lunch in C-4 see you there!

 

Key’s Club’s first info meeting is today during lunch in S-12. Registration for all members will be from Sep. 14th to the 22nd during lunch.

 

Do you experience the fun of video games? Gamer’s Society is a New Club for students to socialize and enjoy video games together. We will have an informational meeting today @ lunch in room P-21. Come join us!

 

SENIORS! Please join the counselors on today at lunch in the South Gym for a college application workshop. Learn what you need to do apply to UCs, CSUs, Private schools, How to ask for letters of recommendations and order transcripts. We will see you there!

 

Last day to Add/Drop a class is today!

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ Yuba City - 4:45V                                                                                      Dismiss: 2:15V

Girls Golf vs Elk Grove @ El Macero - 3:00                                                                     Dismiss: 1:30

Girls Frosh Volleyball @ Woodland Christian - 4:00          

Girls Volleyball @ Elk Grove – 5:00JV-6:00V                                                                   

Girls Water Polo vs Rio Americano – 6:00V-7:00JV

Boys’ Water Polo @ Rio Americano (V-JV) @ Sacramento – TBA

 

It may not feel like it but winter is coming and the DHS Snowboard Team could be your winter varsity sport. All skill levels are welcome. Come find out more about the team and this awesome sport on Tuesday, September 19 at 7 pm in room L-20. Contact coach Bill Williams at bwilliams@djusd.net if you have any question.

 

Are interested in athletic training, the medical field, or sports management? Contact the athletic department and see how you can gain valuable experience for the future.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The DHS Back-to-School Night will be Thursday, September 14. The program will begin in the North Gym at 6:00 p.m. Student Government will be grilling up hot dogs, burgers, and chicken and veggie patties in the Quad from 5:15 p.m. All parents and students are welcome.

 

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”- Mark Twain. Interested in creative writing, art or photography? Spoke literary magazine is now accepting submissions for its December issue on fear and courage. Summit your work to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 6.

 

“Friendship Day will be held on Friday, September 15th. The start time is 8:15, not 7:45 as stated on the permission slip.

Please submit your permission slip to the front desk by Thursday, September 14th. We look forward to seen you on Friday! All aboard the Friendship Ship!”

 

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of test available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately. A PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide containing further information regarding the test, scholarship, and sample questions is available to any student who purchases the test. Come to the Testing Coordinator office in the admin office for a copy.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Interested in going to Costa Rica during spring break? The trip will include a visit to the Rainforest Adventure Park, a local farm to learn why produce thrives in this environment, a kayaking trip on Lake Arenal and more. Come to Room P-14 during lunchtime on Thursday, Sept 21 for the full details about the trip. Staff advisors: Courtney Tessler & Kevin Williams.

 

Global Glimpsers: meeting on Thursday, Sept 14 at lunchtime in the Career Center. Share your summer experience as a Global Glimpser.

 

Hey CSF! Registration ends this Friday @ lunch. Pick up an application from the library, P-13, during lunch. Bring $5 dollars your application and report card. School Loop print outs are not accepted. Don’t wait until last day!

 

Want to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey? The AVID Program is sponsoring a school supply & shirt drive starting Friday. Drop-off old, DHS shirts in good condition or school supplies such as binders, pens, pencils. In the boxes located in the front office.

 

Oh my God you guys! The Davis High Drama Department is looking for help with the fall musical: Legally Blonde! If you are interested in sound design, lighting design, stage crew, hair or make up, or just want to find out how to get involved, come to the Brunelle Theatre on Tuesday, September 19th at lunch to learn more! Can’t make it? Pick up a handout in PA-10! Hope to see you there!

 

Attention Everyone! Picture Make-Up Day is September 26 @ the North Gym. If you purchase an ASB Card please make sure you take your receipt or need your student ID please don’t miss the make-up date. If you need Lifetouch forms to order, please come to the front desk and ask for one.

 

CLUBS:

Interested in Spanish tutoring, volunteering hours or watching Master Chef? Come to the 1st Spanish Language & Culture Club meeting of the yr. in O-6 Thursday, Sep. 14 @ lunch. 

 

“Calling all artist, designer and car fanatics. Interested in drawing a car for this year’s Car Club t-shirt? Summit designs, either hand drawn or electronically, to Mr. Thayer in auto shop room O-3. First price is a free t-shirt with your design on it! The deadline is Friday, September 22nd.

 

DHS Politics Club will be meeting this Friday @ lunch in N-12. This week topic is foreign policy and US’s role in the world, so come ready for a lively discussion and debate!

 

CAREERS: College visiting the Career Center this week include Boulder, Seattle University, Pitzer, University of Redlands and more! Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to sign up for September college visits!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive

9/21 DSHS English Learner Advisory 5:30 library.

9/25 Staff Parking Enforcement

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 9/12/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 12, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1609 - English explorer Henry Hudson sailed down what is now known as the Hudson River.                                                                                                               

DAILY MENU: “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

TODAY:  The DHS Site Council is looking for one dedicated student to join our committee. The Site Council consists of Interim Principal McHale, staff, parents and students. The Site Council discusses ways to improve student achievement and supports new programs. Site Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00. If you would like to help shape the future of our school, please pick up an application from Mr. McHale in the office by today Tuesday, September 12. Applications are due by noon on Wednesday, September 13.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis @ St. Francis - 3:45                                                                       Dismiss: 1:45

Girls Water Polo vs Monterey Trail (V) - 5:00         

Boys’ Varsity Water Polo vs Monterrey Trail - 3:45V

 

Any 9th-12th grade girl interested in trying out for girls’ basketball at the high school, please contact Coach Heather Highshoe at hhighshoe@djusd.net . Pre-season practices and conditioning have begun. In order to participate in the pre-season workouts, you must receive athletic clearance by completing the online registration.E-mail for more information. Tryouts will be held the week of Nov.6.

 

It may not feel like it but winter is coming and the DHS Snowboard Team could be your winter varsity sport. All skill levels are welcome. Come find out more about the team and this awesome sport on Tuesday, September 19 at 7 pm in room L-20. Contact coach Bill Williams at bwilliams@djusd.net if you have any question.

 

Are interested in athletic training, the medical field, or sports management? Contact the athletic department and see how you can gain valuable experience for the future.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The DHS Back-to-School Night will be Thursday, September 14. The program will begin in the North Gym at 6:00 p.m. Student Government will be grilling up hot dogs, burgers, and chicken and veggie patties in the Quad from 5:15 p.m. All parents and students are welcome.

 

DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of test available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”- Mark Twain. Interested in creative writing, art or photography? Spoke literary magazine is now accepting submissions for its December issue on fear and courage. Summit your work to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 6.

 

“Friendship Day will be held on Friday, September 15th. The start time is 8:15, not 7:45 as stated on the permission slip.

Please submit your permission slip to the front desk by Thursday, September 14th. We look forward to seen you on Friday! All aboard the Friendship Ship!”

 

Spring break in Costa Rica: interested in going to Costa Rica during spring break? The trip will include a visit to the Rainforest Adventure Park, a local farm to learn why produce thrives in this environment, a kayaking trip on Lake Arenal and more. Come to Room P-14 during lunchtime on Thursday, Sept 21 for the full details about the trip. Staff advisors: Courtney Tessler & Kevin Williams.

 

Global Glimpsers: meeting on Thursday, Sept 14 at lunchtime in the Career Center. Share your summer experience as a Global Glimpser.

Hey CSF! Registration ends this Friday @ lunch. Pick up an application from the library, P-13, during lunch. Bring $5 dollars your application and report card. School Loop print outs are not accepted. Don’t wait until last day!

 

“Calling all artist, designer and car fanatics. Interested in drawing a car for this year’s car club t-shirt? Summit designs, either hand drawn or electronically, to Mr. Thayer in auto shop room O-3. First price is a free t-shirt with your design on it! The deadline is Friday, September 22nd.

 

CLUBS:

Do you agree with your friends a lot?

Do you ever find yourself enjoying a political debate on TV?

Are you interested in international relations?

Would you like to improve public speaking?

If you answer yes to any one of these questions Model UN may be the club for you!

Come find out at our first Model United Nations Club meeting on Tuesday, September 12, at lunch in room P-25! Hope to see you there.

 

If you are interested in community service and leadership, come to Key’s Club’s first info meeting on Wednesday, September 13th during lunch in S-12. Registration for all members will be from Sep. 14th to the 22nd during lunch.

 

Do you want to make long-lasting friendships? Join Best Buddies! Best Buddies is a club that creates opportunities for friendships between students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and students without. We meet every Wednesday at lunch in C-4 see you there!

 

Interested in helping to save a life? Donating blood is one of the most effective ways to do that. And it only coasts 1hour of your time. The Red Cross Club is having the first blood drive of the school year on Tuesday, September 19 in the North Gym. To donate blood, you must weigh at least 110lbs and be at least 16 years old. Your blood could even help those in need after Hurricane Harvey. Look for the sign up table in the quad and sign up today. Sign-ups end on Monday, Sep. 18.

 

Interested in Spanish tutoring, volunteering hours or watching Master Cher? Come to the 1st Spanish Language & Culture Club meeting of the yr. in O-5 Thursday, Sep. 14 @ lunch. 

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS! Please join the counselors on Wednesday, September 13 at lunch in the South Gym for a college application workshop. Learn what you need to do apply to UCs, CSUs, Private schools, How to ask for letters of recommendations and order transcripts. We will see you there!

 

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Boulder, Seattle University, Pitzer, University of Redlands and more! Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to sign up for September college visits!

 

Games Society is a new club for students to socialize and enjoy video games together. Come to an informational meeting Wednesday @ lunch room P-21.

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 6pm, North Gym

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Published: 9/11/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 11, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1952- Dr. Charles Hufnagel successfully replaced a disease aorta valve with an artificial valve made of plastic.                                                                                                                                                

 

DAILY MENU: “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw.

 

TODAY: Att: Boys Basketball Parents/Players: There will be a meeting on Today, September 11 at Davis Senior High School in the Library at 7 PM to discuss an early season fundraiser. The goal of the fundraiser is to raise enough money to purchase a new digital interactive score table that would be instrumental in creating a better game day gym atmosphere. We will be able to highlight our team and player, sponsors and upcoming events. The Blue Devil fundraiser will be a collaborative effort with the Davis Enterprise. Bruce Gallaudet, from the Davis Enterprise, will be on hand to fill us in on all the details.

 

Interested in Physics, Math, Biology, or Chemistry? Come join Science Bowl in room S-9 today to learn about our club and the yearly science bowl competition!

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ Chico 3:30JV-4:45V                                                                                Dismiss: 12:45JV-1:45V

Girls Golf Center Meet @ Haggin Oaks- 12:00                                                              Dismiss: 9:30 select roster

Girls Volleyball @ Monterey Trail - 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V                                              Dismiss: 3:00JV

 

Aby 9th-12th grade girl interested in trying out for girls basketball at the high school, please contact Coach Heather Highshoe at hhighshoe@djusd.net . Pre-season practices and conditioning have begun. In order to participate in the pre-season workouts, you must receive athletic clearance by completing the online registration.E-mail for more information. Tryouts will be held the week of Nov.6.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The DHS Back-to-School Night will be Thursday, September 14. The program will begin in the North Gym at 6:00 p.m. Student Government will be grilling up hot dogs, burgers, and chicken and veggie patties in the Quad from 5:15 p.m. All parents and students are welcome.

 

The DHS Site Council is looking for one dedicated student to join our committee. The Site Council consists of Interim Principal McHale, staff, parents and students. The Site Council discusses ways to improve student achievement and supports new programs. Site Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00. If you would like to help shape the future of our school, please pick up an application from Mr. McHale in the office by Tuesday, September 12. Applications are due by noon on Wednesday, September 13.

 

 DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of test available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”- Mark Twain. Interested in creative writing, art or photography? Spoke literary magazine is now accepting submissions for its December issue on fear and courage. Summit your work to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 6.

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

Do you agree with your friends a lot?

Do you ever find yourself enjoying a political debate on TV?

Are you interested in international relations?

Would you like to improve public speaking?

If you answer yes to any one of these questions Model UN may be the club for you!

Come find out at our first Model United Nations Club meeting on Tuesday, September 12, at lunch in room P-25! Hope to see you there.

 

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/11 through 9/22. Bring $5 dollars and a transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring on hours sheet. We look forward to seen you there!

 

If you are interested in community service and leadership, come to Key’s Club’s first info meeting on Wednesday, September 13th during lunch in S-12. Registration for all members will be from Sep. 14th to the 22nd during lunch.

 

Do you want to make long-lasting friendships? Join Best Buddies! Best Buddies is a club that creates opportunities for friendships between students with intellectual and developmental disabilities and students without. We meet every Wednesday at lunch in C-4 see you there!

 

Interested in helping to save a life? Donating blood is one of the most effective ways to do that. And it only coasts 1hour of your time. The Red Cross Club is having the first blood drive of the school year on Tuesday, September 19 in the North Gym. To donate blood, you must weigh at least 110lbs and be at least 16 years old. Your blood could even help those in need after Hurricane Harvey. Look for the sign up table in the quad and sign up today. Sign-ups end on Monday, Sep. 18.

 

CAREERS:

Volunteers are needed for Holmes Jr. High School’s afterschool homework club starting September 11 on Monday- Thursday from 3:30-5:00p.m. Volunteers must be 11th or 12th grade students and have good math/or science skills. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS! Please join the counselors on Wednesday, September 13 at lunch in the South Gym for a college application workshop. Learn what you need to do apply to UCs, CSUs, Private schools, How to ask for letters of recommendations and order transcripts. We will see you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 6pm, North Gym

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/25 Staff Parking Enforcement Begins

9/26 Picture Make-Up Day

9/27 Link Crew Meeting @ lunch South Gym

9/28 UC College Workshop 7pm Brunelle Theatre

 

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Published: 9/8/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 8, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1951- A peace treaty with Japan was signed by 48 other nations in San Francisco, CA.                                                                                                                                                                               

DAILY MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito, Grilled Vegetable Burrito, Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

TODAY: A “squish” is like a crush, but it describes an attraction that is mainly platonic. Want to know more and have some free snacks? Come to the GSA meeting today at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the 2nd floor near the elevator.

 

ATHLETICS:

Football JV/Varsity @ Vintage – 5:15JV-7:30V                                     dismissal: 1:45JV-2:45V

Water Polo Girls Varsity @ S.F.M.V tournament – all day                    dismissal:  all day V

Water Polo Boys Varsity @ Roche tournament – all day                        dismissal: all day V

 

Att: Boys Basketball Parents/Players: There will be a meeting on Monday, September 11 at Davis Senior High School in the Library at 7 PM to discuss an early season fundraiser. The goal of the fundraiser is to raise enough money to purchase a new digital interactive score table that would be instrumental in creating a better game day gym atmosphere. We will be able to highlight our team and player, sponsors and upcoming events. The Blue Devil fundraiser will be a collaborative effort with the Davis Enterprise. Bruce Gallaudet, from the Davis Enterprise, will be on hand to fill us in on all the details.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The DHS Back-to-School Night will be Thursday, September 14. The program will begin in the North Gym at 6:00 p.m. Student Government will be grilling up hot dogs, burgers, and chicken and veggie patties in the Quad from 5:15 p.m. All parents and students are welcome.

 

The DHS Site Council is looking for one dedicated student to join our committee. The Site Council consists of Interim Principal McHale, staff, parents and students. The Site Council discusses ways to improve student achievement and supports new programs. Site Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00. If you would like to help shape the future of our school, please pick up an application from Mr. McHale in the office by Tuesday, September 12. Applications are due by noon on Wednesday, September 13.

 

 DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of test available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Are you interested in helping to save a life? Donating blood is one of the most effective ways to do that. And it only cost 1hr of your time. The Red Cross Club is having the 1st Blood Drive of the school year on Thursday, Sep. 19 in the North Gym. To donate blood, you must weigh at least 110lbs, or be at least 16 years old. Your blood could even help those in need after the Hurricane Harvey. Look for the sign up table in the quad and sign up today, sign ups end Monday, Sep 18.

 

Hey CSF! Registration for the upcoming year starts Sep. 11 and ends Sep. 22 @ lunch. Pink application forms are available starting Sep. 6th in P-13, the library, and the front office. Don’t forget to bring $5 dollars and your report card from last spring. School loop printouts are not accepted. Hope to see you there!

 

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”- Mark Twain. Interested in creative writing, art or photography? Spoke literary magazine is now accepting submissions for its December issue on fear and courage. Summit your work to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 6.

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

Are you interested in political discussion and debate? If so, come to N-2 this Friday at lunch for the weekly meeting of the DHS Politics Club. This week’s topic is freedom of speech.

 

Do you agree with your friends a lot?

Do you ever find yourself enjoying a political debate on TV?

Are you interested in international relations?

Would you like to improve public speaking?

If you answer yes to any one of these questions Model UN may be the club for you!

Come find out at our first Model United Nations Club meeting on Tuesday, September 12, at lunch in room P-25! Hope to see you there.

 

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 from 9/11 through 9/22. Bring $5 dollars and a transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring on hours sheet. We look forward to seen you there!

 

CAREERS: Tutors needed for Pioneer Elementary School’s 4h-6th grade after school program starting September 12 on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00pm- 4:00 pm. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER? If so, cabin leaders are needed for Korematsu Elementary. Cabin leaders must work well with children, have an outgoing personality and enjoy being in the outdoors. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Students and their parents are invited to attend a Free College Application Workshop hosted by the Asian Pacific Islander Association. The workshop will be held in Sacramento on Saturday, September 15 from 2-4 pm. College representatives and consultants will be available to provide information on how to write personal essays, how to complete UC and common applications, and more! Come to the Career Center for a workshop flyer.

 

Volunteers are needed for Holmes Jr. High School’s afterschool homework club starting September 11 on Monday- Thursday from 3:30-5:00p.m. Volunteers must be 11th or 12th grade students and have good math/or science skills. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS! Please join the counselors on Wednesday, September 13 at lunch in the South Gym for a college application workshop. Learn what you need to do apply to UCs, CSUs, Private schools, How to ask for letters of recommendations and order transcripts. We will see you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 6pm, North Gym

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

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Published: 9/7/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 7, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1813-The nickname “Uncle Sam” was first used as a symbolic reference to the United States. The reference appeared in an editorial in New York’s Troy Post.                                                                                                                                                                                                       

DAILY MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/Garlic Aioli. 

 

TODAY: The First Environmental Club meeting is today! Come to S-10 to learn about our club. Snacks will be provided!

 

BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU) will hold its first meeting on today, Sep. 7th in Room P-11 during lunchtime. Join us for pizza… and to learn about the United Black Student Union’s spring state-wide conference.

 

ATHLETICS:

Frosh Football @ Vintage – 6:00

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The DHS Site Council is looking for one dedicated student to join our committee. The Site Council consists of Interim Principal McHale, staff, parents and students. The Site Council discusses ways to improve student achievement and supports new programs. Site Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00. If you would like to help shape the future of our school, please pick up an application from Mr. McHale in the office by Tuesday, September 12. Applications are due by noon on Wednesday, September 13.

 

 DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of test available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Are you interested in helping to save a life? Donating blood is one of the most effective ways to do that. And it only cost 1hr of your time. The Red Cross Club is having the 1st Blood Drive of the school year on Thursday, Sep. 19 in the North Gym. To donate blood, you must weigh at least 110lbs, or be at least 16 years old. Your blood could even help those in need after the Hurricane Harvey. Look for the sign up table in the quad and sign up today, sign ups end Monday, Sep 18.

 

Hey CSF! Registration for the upcoming year starts Sep. 11 and ends Sep. 22 @ lunch. Pink application forms are available starting Sep. 6th in P-13, the library, and the front office. Don’t forget to bring $5 dollars and your report card from last spring. School loop printouts are not accepted. Hope to see you there!

 

“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear”- Mark Twain. Interested in creative writing, art or photography? Spoke literary magazine is now accepting submissions for its December issue on fear and courage. Summit your work to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 6.

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

A “squish” is like a crush, but it describes an attraction that is mainly platonic. Want to know more and have some free snacks? Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the 2nd floor near the elevator.

 

Are you interested in political discussion and debate? If so, come to N-2. This Friday at lunch for the weekly meeting of the DHS Politics Club. This week’s topic is freedom of speech.

 

Do you agree with your friends a lot?

Do you ever find yourself enjoying a political debate on TV?

Are you interested in international relations?

Would you like to improve public speaking?

If you answer yes to any one of these questions Model UN may be the club for you!

Come find out at our first Model United Nations Club meeting on Tuesday, September 12, at lunch in room P-25! Hope to see you there.

 

CAREERS: Tutors needed for Pioneer Elementary School’s 4h-6th grade after school program starting September 12 on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00pm- 4:00 pm. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER? If so, cabin leaders are needed for Korematsu Elementary. Cabin leaders must work well with children, have an outgoing personality and enjoy being in the outdoors. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Students and their parents are invited to attend a Free College Application Workshop hosted by the Asian Pacific Islander Association. The workshop will be held in Sacramento on Saturday, September 15 from 2-4 pm. College representatives and consultants will be available to provide information on how to write personal essays, how to complete UC and common applications, and more! Come to the Career Center for a workshop flyer.

 

Volunteers are needed for Holmes Jr. High School’s afterschool homework club starting September 11 on Monday- Thursday from 3:30-5:00p.m. Volunteers must be 11th or 12th grade students and have good math/or science skills. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 9/6/17




Audience: Homepage

 

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 6, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1620- The Pilgrims left on the Mayflower from Plymouth, England to settle in the New World.                                                                                                                                                                                                                

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Blue Devil Burger/ Cajun Fries, BBQ Chicken Sandwich/ Cajun Fries, Pasta Primavera. Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza, Charbroiled Chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY: Guitar lessons start today in Room L14 @ 2:45pm. If interested, see Ms. Tessler in counseling. Students will sign up for individual lessons.

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey vs Bella Vista – 3:30JV-4:45V                                                       dismissal: 2:10JV

Golf Girls vs Grant at Davis Muni – 3:00                                                           dismissal: 1:30 select roster

Tennis Girls JV @ Pioneer – 3:45                                                                      dismissal: 2:30 select roster

Volleyball Girls @ Woodland High – 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V

Water Polo Girls Varsity @ Gunn – 7:00                                                          dismissal: 1:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: DSHS will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on Saturday 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of test available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Are you interested in helping to save a life? Donating blood is one of the most effective ways to do that. And it only cost 1hr of your time. The Red Cross Club is having the 1st Blood Drive of the school year on Thursday, Sep. 19 in the North Gym. To donate blood, you must weigh at least 110lbs, or be at least 16 years old. Your blood could even help those in need after the Hurricane Harvey. Look for the sign up table in the quad and sign up today, sign ups end Monday, Sep 18.

 

Hey CSF! Registration for the upcoming year starts Sep. 11 and ends Sep. 22 @ lunch. Pink application forms are available starting Sep. 6th in P-13, the library, and the front office. Don’t forget to bring $5 dollars and your report card from last spring. School loop printouts are not accepted. Hope to see you there!

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

Did you know the average temperature of the universe is -456 F? If you are interested in astronomy, university guest lectures, and more cool facts, then join the Astronomy Club this Wednesday at lunch in room S-11.

 

A “squish” is like a crush, but it describes an attraction that is mainly platonic. Want to know more and have some free snacks? Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the 2nd floor near the elevator.

 

BLACK STUDENT UNION (BSU) will hold its first meeting on Thursday, Sep. 7th in Room P-11 during lunchtime. Join us for pizza… and to learn about the United Black Student Union’s spring state-wide conference.

 

Are you interested in political discussion and debate? If so, come to N-2. This Friday at lunch for the weekly meeting of the DHS Politics Club. This week’s topic is freedom of speech.

 

First Environmental Club meeting this Thursday the 7th! Come to S-10 to learn about our club. Snacks will be provided!

 

Do you agree with your friends a lot?

Do you ever find yourself enjoying a political debate on TV?

Are you interested in international relations?

Would you like to improve public speaking?

If you answer yes to any one of these questions Model UN may be the club for you!

Come find out at our first Model United Nations Club meeting on Tuesday, September 12, at lunch in room P-25! Hope to see you there.

 

CAREERS: Tutors needed for Pioneer Elementary School’s 4h-6th grade after school program starting September 12 on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00pm- 4:00 pm. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER? If so, cabin leaders are needed for Korematsu Elementary. Cabin leaders must work well with children, have an outgoing personality and enjoy being in the outdoors. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Students and their parents are invited to attend a Free College Application Workshop hosted by the Asian Pacific Islander Association. The workshop will be held in Sacramento on Saturday, September 15 from 2-4 pm. College representatives and consultants will be available to provide information on how to write personal essays, how to complete UC and common applications, and more! Come to the Career Center for a workshop flyer.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre 

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Published: 9/5/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 5, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1881- The American Red Cross provided relief for disaster for the first time. The disaster was the Great Fire of 1881 in Michigan.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Blue Devil Burger/Cajun Fries, BBQ Chicken Sandwich/Cajun Fries, Pasta Primavera. “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

 TODAY: School Climate Meeting @ lunchtime, DSHS Library.

 

ATHLETICS:

Tennis Girls Varsity @ Monterey Trail – 3:45                                                    dismissal: 2:05

Volleyball Girls vs Woodland Christian – 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: PSAT is this Saturday, 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of test available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

GUITAR LESSONS: John Oster will be returning this year to give guitar lessons. He will be in room L-14 every Wednesday from 2:45pm to 4:00pm. Lesson will begin on September 6. Sign-ups with be in 15 minute increments. If interested please contact Courtney Tessler.

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

MAST is back! The Math and Science Tutors Club will be held in S-9 Monday through Thursday at lunch starting Tuesday, September 5th. There will be an informational meeting Thursday, September 7th. Come get math and science help or apply to be a tutor, all are welcome! Tutors can get community service hours for your work.

 

Did you know the average temperature of the universe is -456 F? If you are interested in astronomy, university guest lectures, and more cool facts, then join the Astronomy Club this Wednesday at lunch in room S-11.

 

CAREERS: Tutors needed for Pioneer Elementary School’s 4h-6th grade after school program starting September 12 on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00pm- 4:00 pm. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER? If so, cabin leaders are needed for Korematsu Elementary. Cabin leaders must work well with children, have an outgoing personality and enjoy being in the outdoors. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Students and their parents are invited to attend a Free College Application Workshop hosted by the Asian Pacific Islander Association. The workshop will be held in Sacramento on Saturday, September 15 from 2-4 pm. College representatives and consultants will be available to provide information on how to write personal essays, how to complete UC and common applications, and more! Come to the Career Center for a workshop flyer.

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 9/1/17




Audience: Homepage

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     September 1, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1985- The Titanic was found by Dr. Robert Ballard and Jean Louis Michael in a joint U.S. and French expedition. The wreck site is located 963 miles northeast of New York and 453 miles southeast of the Newfoundland coast.                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: “Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito. Grilled Vegetable Burrito. Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

 

 TODAY: Link Crew Meeting @ lunch time, South Gym.

 

ATHLETICS:     

Field Hockey vs Saint Francis @ Cal Berkley 6:45V

JV & Varsity Football @ Woodcreek - 6:00JV-8:00V                                                                       Dismiss: 3:15JV

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Central Valley Tourn – all day                                                                     Dismiss: all day select roster

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: PSAT is this Saturday, 10/14!! The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/3. There are a limited number of test available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/5-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net

Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/18-10/3 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability.

In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/25-10/3 at the Finance Office outside window.

Students or parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

GUITAR LESSONS: John Oster will be returning this year to give guitar lessons. He will be in room L-14 every Wednesday from 2:45pm to 4:00pm. Lesson will begin on September 6. Sign-ups with be in 15 minute increments. If interested please contact Courtney Tessler.

 

Oh My God you guys! Auditions for the Fall Musical “Legally Blonde” are coming up! You must attend one workshop, either on August 31st or September 1st, starting @ 4pm in the choir room. Auditions on September 5th and 6th also at 4pm in P-11.

 

Interested in joining Academic Decathlon? Come to our introductory meeting on Tuesday, September 5th during lunch in T-03, Mr. Barclay’s room. There will be food!

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

The GSA’s first meeting of the year is this Friday! We will be in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the second floor near the elevator with some free snacks during lunch.

 

MAST is back! The Math and Science Tutors Club will be held in S-9 Monday through Thursday at lunch starting Tuesday, September 5th. There will be an informational meeting Thursday, September 7th. Come get math and science help or apply to be a tutor, all are welcome! Tutors can get community service hours for your work.

 

 

 

 

CAREERS:

Davis Senior High School’s Career Center is open and now can be easily access though the new door on the quad!

Come to the Career Center for help with the college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more! Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

College visits begin this week in the Career Center, starting with UC Santa Cruz on Friday, September 1 at 11:15 am. College admissions reps from across the country will be visiting the Career Center through the fall. These visits are a great way to learn about colleges you may be interested in attending. The college visit schedule is posted in the Career Center if you need help with Naviance or for more information about college visits!

If you are interested in participating in a youth exchange program, come to the Career Center to apply for our local Rotary Club’s Youth Exchange study-abroad opportunity. The program promotes international understanding, goodwill and peace. Students spend a year in another country, learn a new language and culture, live with host families and attend classes at a local school. Students must be between 15 and 18 years old, be above-average students and have volunteered in their community. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Junior interested in learning what it’s like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, November 17 at the Sacramento FBI headquarters. At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence. Deadline to apply is October 12. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/31/17




Audience: Homepage, All Grades, Grade 09, Grade 10, Grade 11 and Grade 12

Omigod you guys!!

Auditions for the fall musical "Legally Blond" are coming up!

Students who want to audition must attend one workshop in the choir room at 4pm, either on August 31 or September 1.

 

Auditions begin at 4pm in P-11 on September 5th and September 6th.

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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
Published: 8/30/17




Audience: Homepage

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     August 31, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1823- Ferdinand VII was restored to the throne of Spain when invited French forces entered Cadiz. The event is known as the Battle of Trocadero.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Pepper jack Double Cheese Burger with Guacamole served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries. Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/Garlic Aioli.

 

ATHLETICS:     

Freshman Football @ Woodcreek - 5:30

Girls Volleyball @ Vacaville   4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V        

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Central Valley Tourn – all day                                                                     Dismiss: all day select roster

Girls Water Polo @ Vintage - 6pm/7pm

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: GUITAR LESSONS: John Oster will be returning this year to give guitar lessons. He will be in room L-14 every Wednesday from 2:45pm to 4:00pm. Lesson will begin on September 6. Sign-ups with be in 15 minute increments. If interested please contact Courtney Tessler.

Davis Senior High School’s Career Center is open and now can be easily accessed through the new door on the quad!

 

Oh My God you guys! Auditions for the Fall Musical “Legally Blonde” are coming up! You must attend one workshop, either on August 31st or September 1st, starting @ 4pm in the choir room. Auditions on September 5th and 6th also at 4pm in P-11.

 

Interested in joining Academic Decathlon? Come to our introductory meeting on Tuesday, September 5th during lunch in T-03, Mr. Barclay’s room. There will be food!

 

Team HBV: Interested in helping fight liver cancer? Come to Team HBV’s first meeting of the year on Thursday, August 31st at lunch in room S-05 to learn about the deadly virus and our fun activities and events in coordination with the Stanford Asian Liver Centre, and possibly win cute plushies!

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

The GSA’s first meeting of the year is this Friday! We will be in Mr. Moore’s room,  P-21, on the second floor near the elevator with some free snacks during lunch.

 

MAST is back! The Math and Science Tutors Club will be held in S-9 Monday through Thursday at lunch starting Tuesday, September 5th. There will be an informational meeting Thursday, September 7th. Come get math and science help or apply to be a tutor, all are welcome! Tutors can get community service hours for your work.

 

CAREERS:

Davis Senior High School’s Career Center is open and now can be easily access though the new door on the quad!

Come to the Career Center for help with the college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more! Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

College visits begin this week in the Career Center, starting with UC Santa Cruz on Friday, September 1 at 11:15 am. College admissions reps from across the country will be visiting the Career Center through the fall. These visits are a great way to learn about colleges you may be interested in attending. The college visit schedule is posted in the Career Center if you need help with Naviance or for more information about college visits!

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Army, come to the quad and lunch on Wednesday August 30th to meet with the army representative.

 

If you are interested in participating in a youth exchange program, come to the Career Center to apply for our local Rotary Club’s Youth Exchange study-abroad opportunity. The program promotes international understanding, goodwill and peace. Students spend a year in another country, learn a new language and culture, live with host families and attend classes at a local school. Students must be between 15 and 18 years old, be above-average students and have volunteered in their community. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Junior interested in learning what it’s like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, November 17 at the Sacramento FBI headquarters. At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence. Deadline to apply is October 12. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/1    LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/30/17




Audience: Homepage

 

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     August 30, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:1645-American Indians and the Dutch made a peace treaty at New Amsterdam later became known as NewYork.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Blue Devil Burger/Cajun Fries, BBQ Chicken Sandwich/ Cajun Fries, Pasta Primavera. “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

ATHLETICS:     

Girls Golf vs Wood @ Wildhorse 4:00

 

Cardiac Arrest & Concussion Info Meeting. Did you know that sudden cardiac arrest is now the leader of tragic injuries among high school athletes? Please join us on August 30th @ 7pm in the Brunelle Theatre to hear from Dr. Jeff Tanji and other location physicians regarding this topic. Dr. Tanji will also be presenting the annual concussion information presentation. All sports parents and athletes are encourage.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: GUITAR LESSONS: John Oster will be returning this year to give guitar lessons. He will be in room L-14 every Wednesday from 2:45pm to 4:00pm. Lesson will begin on September 6. Sign-ups with be in 15 minute increments. If interested please contact Courtney Tessler.

Davis Senior High School’s Career Center is open and now can be easily accessed through the new door on the quad!

 

Oh My God you guys! Auditions for the Fall Musical “Legally Blonde” are coming up! You must attend one workshop, either on August 31st or September 1st, starting @ 4pm in the choir room. Auditions on September 5th and 6th also at 4pm in P-11.

 

Interested in joining Academic Decathlon? Come to our introductory meeting on Tuesday, September 5th during lunch in T-03, Mr. Barclay’s room. There will be food!

 

Team HBV: Interested in helping fight liver cancer? Come to Team HBV’s first meeting of the year on Thursday, August 31st at lunch in room S-05 to learn about the deadly virus and our fun activities and events in coordination with the Stanford Asian Liver Centre, and possibly win cute plushies!

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

DHS Speech and Debate will be holding its first meeting of the year for new and returning members this Wednesday, August 30th at lunch in Room P-23. Come to see our best speakers in action, learn about what we do in our club, and the first 50 attendees will get free Ice Cream! We hope to see you Wednesday!

 

Japanese Culture Club. Are you interested in Japanese culture? Come to S-06 on Thursday’s during lunch to interact with Japanese exchange students, cook Japanese food, and learn about Japanese Holidays!

 

CAREERS:

Davis Senior High School’s Career Center is open and now can be easily access though the new door on the quad!

Come to the Career Center for help with the college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more! Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

College visits begin this week in the Career Center, starting with UC Santa Cruz on Friday, September 1 at 11:15 am. College admissions reps from across the country will be visiting the Career Center through the fall. These visits are a great way to learn about colleges you may be interested in attending. The college visit schedule is posted in the Career Center if you need help with Naviance or for more information about college visits!

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Army, come to the quad and lunch on Wednesday August 30th to meet with the army representative.

 

If you are interested in participating in a youth exchange program, come to the Career Center to apply for our local Rotary Club’s Youth Exchange study-abroad opportunity. The program promotes international understanding, goodwill and peace. Students spend a year in another country, learn a new language and culture, live with host families and attend classes at a local school. Students must be between 15 and 18 years old, be above-average students and have volunteered in their community. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Junior interested in learning what it’s like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, November 17 at the Sacramento FBI headquarters. At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence. Deadline to apply is October 12. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/1    LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/29/17




Audience: Homepage

 

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     August 29, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1833- The “Factory Act” was passed in England to settle child labor laws.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Blue Devil Burger/Cajun Fries, BBQ Chicken Sandwich/ Cajun Fries, Pasta Primavera. “Street” Chicken, or Veggies Tacos. Cheese Quesadilla with Guacamole.

 

ATHLETICS:     

Girls Volleyball vs Bella Vista 4:00F-5:00JV-6:00V        

 

Cardiac Arrest & Concussion Info Meeting. Did you know that sudden cardiac arrest is now the leader of tragic injuries among high school athletes? Please join us on August 30th @ 7pm in the Brunelle Theatre to hear from Dr. Jeff Tanji and other location physicians regarding this topic. Dr. Tanji will also be presenting the annual concussion information presentation. All sports parents and athletes are encourage.

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: GUITAR LESSONS: John Oster will be returning this year to give guitar lessons. He will be in room L-14 every Wednesday from 2:45pm to 4:00pm. Lesson will begin on September 6. Sign-ups with be in 15 minute increments. If interested please contact Courtney Tessler.

Davis Senior High School’s Career Center is open and now can be easily accessed through the new door on the quad!

 

Oh My God you guys! Auditions for the Fall Musical “Legally Blonde” are coming up! You must attend one workshop, either on August 31st or September 1st, starting @ 4pm in the choir room. Auditions on September 4th and 5th also at 4pm in P-11.

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

DHS Speech and Debate will be holding its first meeting of the year for new and returning members this Wednesday, August 30th at lunch in Room P-23. Come to see our best speakers in action, learn about what we do in our club, and the first 50 attendees will get free Ice Cream! We hope to see you Wednesday!

 

Japanese Culture Club. Are you interested in Japanese culture? Come to S-06 on Thursday’s during lunch to interact with Japanese exchange students, cook Japanese food, and learn about Japanese Holidays!

 

CAREERS:

Davis Senior High School’s Career Center is open and now can be easily access though the new door on the quad!

Come to the Career Center for help with the college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more! Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

College visits begin this week in the Career Center, starting with UC Santa Cruz on Friday, September 1 at 11:15 am. College admissions reps from across the country will be visiting the Career Center through the fall. These visits are a great way to learn about colleges you may be interested in attending. The college visit schedule is posted in the Career Center if you need help with Naviance or for more information about college visits!

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Army, come to the quad and lunch on Wednesday August 30th to meet with the army representative.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/1    LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/28/17




Audience: Homepage

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     August 28, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1995- The biggest bank in the U.S. was created when chase Manhattan and Chemical Bank announced their $10 Billion deal.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Blue Devil Burger/Cajun Fries, BBQ Chicken Sandwich/ Cajun Fries, Pasta Primavera. “Korean Style” Chicken over Brown Rice with Asian slaw. Super Beef Nachos.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Volleyball Foundation Game (Var Only) @ Pioneer 7pm

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Pioneer @ 3:30pm      Dismiss: 2:30

Cardiac Arrest & Concussion Info Meeting. Did you know that sudden cardiac arrest is now the leader of tragic injuries among high school athletes? Please join us on August 30th @ 7pm in the Brunelle Theatre to hear from Dr. Jeff Tanji and other location physicians regarding this topic. Dr. Tanji will also be presenting the annual concussion information presentation. All sports parents and athletes are encourage.

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: GUITAR LESSONS: John Oster will be returning this year to give guitar lessons. He will be in room L-14 every Wednesday from 2:45pm to 4:00pm. Lesson will begin on September 6. Sign-ups with be in 15 minute increments. If interested please contact Courtney Tessler.

Davis Senior High School’s Career Center is open and now can be easily accessed through the new door on the quad!

 

CLUBS:

If you have a club and need funding, look no further than the ASB Clubs Grant. Pick up an application in N-1A and see if you qualify. Are you in a club or if you were a member last year fill out a continuing application. Do you have a great idea for a club! Pick up a new Club Application Form in N-1A. 

 

DHS Speech and Debate will be holding its first meeting of the year for new and returning members this Wednesday, August 30th at lunch in Room P-23. Come to see our best speakers in action, learn about what we do in our club, and the first 50 attendees will get free Ice Cream! We hope to see you Wednesday!

 

CAREERS:

Come to the Career Center for help with the college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more! Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday – Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 

College visits begin this week in the Career Center, starting with UC Santa Cruz on Friday, September 1 at 11:15 am. College admissions reps from across the country will be visiting the Career Center through the fall. These visits are a great way to learn about colleges you may be interested in attending. The college visit schedule is posted in the Career Center if you need help with Naviance or for more information about college visits!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/1    LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:30pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/25/17




Audience: Homepage

 

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     August 25, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1718- Hundreds of colonist from France arrived to Louisiana. Some settle in present-day New Orleans.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Blue Devil Burger/Cajun Fries, BBQ Chicken Sandwich/ Cajun Fries, Pasta Primavera. “ Taqueria Style” Chicken Burrito, Grilled Vegetable Burrito, Nacho Cheese and Beef Burrito.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

ATHLETICS:

Football Varsity/JV vs Whitney - 5:00JV-7:15V

Girls Volleyball vs Vacaville Christian – 5:00JV-6:00V

Girls Water Polo Blue and White Game – 7:00

 

Cardiac Arrest & Concussion Info Meeting. Did you know that sudden cardiac arrest is now the leader of tragic injuries among high school athletes? Please join us on August 30th @ 7pm in the Brunelle Theatre to hear from Dr. Jeff Tanji and other location physicians regarding this topic. Dr. Tanji will also be presenting the annual concussion information presentation. All sports parents and athletes are encourage.

Come support your Blue Devil Athletes as we began our Fall Sport Season! , Go Blue Devils!

ACADEMICS/CAREERS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: GUITAR LESSONS: John Oster will be returning this year to give guitar lessons. He will be in room L-14 every Wednesday from 2:45pm to 4:00pm. Lesson will begin on September 6. Sign-ups with be in 15 minute increments. If interested please contact Courtney Tessler.

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

 

9/1    LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:00pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/24/17




Audience: Homepage

 

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     August 24, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1932- Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the U.S. non-stop. The trip from Los Angeles, CA to Newark, NJ, took about 19 hours.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Blue Devil Burger/Cajun Fries, BBQ Chicken Sandwich/ Cajun Fries, Pasta Primavera. Pepper jack double Cheese Burger w/ Guacamole serve/ Cajun Fries, Grilled Turkey and Feta Sandwich w/Garlic Aioli serve with Cajun Fries, Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli.

 

ATHLETICS:

Freshman Football vs Whitney - 5:00 pm

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Rocklin – 3:30pm                        Dismissal: 2:00pm

Cardiac Arrest & Concussion Info Meeting. Did you know that sudden cardiac arrest is now the leader of tragic injuries among high school athletes? Please join us on August 30th @ 7pm in the Brunelle Theatre to hear from Dr. Jeff Tanji and other location physicians regarding this topic. Dr. Tanji will also be presenting the annual concussion information presentation. All sports parents and athletes are encourage.

Come support your Blue Devil Athletes as we began our Fall Sport Season! On Friday, Girls Volleyball plays Vacaville Christian at 5:00 JV &6:00 Varsity and Football takes on Whitney at 5:00 JV & 7:15 Varsity. Go Blue Devils!

ACADEMICS/CAREERS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: GUITAR LESSONS: John Oster will be returning this year to give guitar lessons. He will be in room L-14 every Wednesday from 2:45pm to 4:00pm. Lesson will begin on September 6. Sign-ups with be in 15 minute increments. If interested please contact Courtney Tessler.

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

 

9/1    LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:30pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/23/17




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Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     Wednesday 23, 2017    

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1962- The first live TV program was relayed between the U.S. and Europe through the U.S. Telstar satellite.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU: Blue Devil Burger w/ Cajun Fries, BBQ Chicken Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries, Pasta Primavera. Cheese or pepperoni pizza, Charbroiled chicken Teriyaki over Brown Rice.

 

TODAY: Attention All Fall Sport Athletes enrolled in Independent Lifetime Sports: we will meet in the small gym today, during 7th period for attendance.

 

ATHLETICS: Interested in playing Blue Devil Basketball this winter? Pre-season workouts are beginning for both boys and girls basketball. This is not mandatory for team tryouts. You must complete the online sports registration and clearance in order to participate. Contact Varsity Boys Coach Gonzalez at dgonzalez@djusd.net or Varsity Girls Coach Highshoe at hhighshoe@djusd.net

Come support your Blue Devil Athletes as we began our Fall Sports Season! On Thursday, Frosh Football plays Whitney at 5:00. On Friday, Girls Volleyball plays Vacaville Christian at 5:00 JV & 6:00 Varsity and Football takes on Whitney at 5:00 JV & 7:15 Varsity. Go Blue Devils!

 

 

ACADEMICS/CAREERS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS: The DHS car club will hold its first meeting at lunch on Thursday, August 24, in the auto shop classroom O-3. The DHS car club participates in the homecoming parade, takes an annual trip to a local go-cart track and host the DHS car show. This year the club is also forming a SkillsUSA chapter to improve our automotive and career skills. Any and all are welcome. Come to the first meeting and check it out!”

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

9/1    LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/6    Collaboration schedule begins- late start/ schedule change

9/11  CSF Fall Registration, lunch time P-13

9/13  College Application Workshop @ lunch time, North & South Gyms

9/13   Last Day to Add/Drop a class

9/14   Back to School night @ 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/15   Friendship Day

9/18   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/18   MIND Institute-ADHD Presentation 7:30pm-8:30pm, Brunelle Theatre

9/19   Blood Drive DSHS Campus, school hours

9/21   DSHS English Leaner Advisory 5:30pm, DSHS Library

9/22   CSF Fall Registration @ lunch time P-13

9/26   Picture Make-Up Day

9/27   LINK Crew Meeting @ Lunchtime, South Gym

9/28   UC College Workshop 7pm, Brunelle Theatre

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
Published: 8/22/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

The Davis Senior High School Madrigal Choir is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year and will have a concert of about 150 past and current Madrigals on Saturday, June 17 at 8:00 pm at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Sacramento.  See attached flyer.

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 6/7/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

SCHOOL

DATE & TIME

LOCATION

Adult School

 

Friday, June 2, 2017 at 6:00 pm

Brunelle Theatre, DSHS Campus

King High

 

Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 6:30 pm

Brunelle Theatre, DSHS Campus

DaVinci High

 

Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 7:01 pm

North Gym, DSHS Campus

Davis School for Independent Study (DSIS)

 

Thursday, June 8, 2017 at 4:00 p.m.

Brunelle Theater, DSHS Campus

Davis Senior  High (DSHS)

 

Friday, June 9, 2017, 7:30 p.m.

Halden Field in the Ron & Mary Brown Stadium, Davis Senior High School Campus

 

 

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 6/2/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

     Davis Senior High School

                                         Daily Bulletin                                               

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

 

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1910 - The Union of South Africa was founded.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Hoisin BBQ Country Style Spare Rib w/Cajun Fries¨Cubano Pork Sandwich w/Pesto Pasta¨American Hot Dog w/Cajun Fries¨

 

TODAY:  Yearbook pickup day for juniors/sophomores is today at lunch!  Come to the South Gym with your ID!  If you missed your scheduled pickup day, come Thursday, June 1st to the South Gym.  Don’t forget to bring ID!

 

SENIORS! Did you miss Senior Awards Night?  If your name is on the list in the window of the Career Center, you may have a certificate waiting for you!  Come to the Career Center to pick up your certificate and a Senior Awards Night program.

 

This Wednesday is the GSA’s carrousel night! It will be from 4:30 ‘til dusk and it will be $1 per ride.  We hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:  Interested in girls tennis this fall? Parents and girls in grades 9-12 are invited to attend an info meeting for DSHS Girls Tennis on Wednesday, May 31 at 5:30pm in DSHS room N-08. Information about the upcoming season will be shared. Questions? Email Coach Sally Hosley at sallyhosley@hotmail.com

 

Sports Physical Clinic schedule for Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

ACADEMICS: Important announcement:  Attention juniors enrolled in the English Literature and Composition, AP, course for 2017-18:  Mandatory meeting Thursday, June 1, at lunch in the Library regarding the required summer reading assignment.  Please bring ID’s.

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS:  Please come see amazing seniors solo at our Spring Pops Concert, Thursday, June 1 at 7:00 pm in the Brunelle Theater.  They include Ben Cross, MacKenna Herzog, Jessica Block, Andrea Pincilotti, Shybria Roberts, Christian Hunter, Allison Killmer and Emily Komesar.  Tickets are $6. In advance from ATC or Madrigal students.

 

Want to be part of a group that helps bring spirit to different DHS events? Apply to be a part of the BDP squad. Applications are available in N1A and are due June 2.

 

CLUBS: Hey Key Clubbers! Wednesday, May 31st will be the last general meeting of the school year.  All members, especially seniors should come to pick up cords and celebrate.  The meeting will be in S-12 during lunch.

 

This is the Dope Drug detail of the Day brought to you by RSJ, Period One.  Add us on Snapchat @dhsxdrugs.  Alcohol affects all organs of the body but has the most serious effects on the liver. 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

5/31                                Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                                Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31, 6/1                         CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                                  Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00                                             pm Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                            Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                        12:35 pm

6/5                                  Period 1 Final Exam 8:15-10:20 (abbreviated                                        periods 2-7 thereafter)

6/6                                  Period 2 and Period 4 Final Exam (8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Period 3 and Period 5 Final Exams (8:15-                                              10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Locker Clean Out Day

6/8                                  Period 6 and Period 7 Final Exams 8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35-12:35

6/8                                  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! End of 4th Quarter                                         and 2nd Semester

6/9                                  GRADUATION 2017

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Posted by: Christine Treece Potts
Published: 5/30/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

 Davis Joint Unified School District, in partnership with the Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency, announces that the Valley Oak Preschools (including Headstart), and the Adult Living Skills Program will be closed for one day on Friday, May 26, 2017, due to the outbreak of Norovirus.

 

Norovirus can cause stomach pain, fever, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, and more than 3,000 students have been ill for the last three weeks in Yolo County. Our school has worked hard to prevent Norovirus from spreading; however, our school continues to see an increase in sick students at a higher percentage than most schools in the county.  The decision to close our specific school site for this one date was made because of the percentage of students and staff in our programs that have reported symptoms over the last three weeks.

 

To prevent spread of the virus and to perform further deep cleaning/disinfection of our site, the school will be closed on Friday, May 26, 2017 and will reopen on Tuesday, May 30.  We apologize for the short notice and understand how this can affect families, but we need to take a more aggressive approach to end the outbreak.

 

See Attached Letter

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 5/25/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

     Davis Senior High School

                                            Daily Bulletin                                               

Friday May 26, 2017

 

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1977 - George H. Willig was arrested after he scaled the South Tower of New York's World Trade Center. It took him 3 1/2 hours.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  Taqueria Chicken Sandwich w/Salsa and Cajun Fries¨Banh Mi Dog w/Cajun Fries¨Spicy Pepperoni Pasta w/Garlic Toast

 

TODAY: Ceterosexual, or former skoliosexual, means that a person is sexually attracted to those who fall under the non-binary umbrella. It is a term that is also used specifically by people who are non-binary. Want to know more and have some free snacks too? Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Wheeler’s room, L-20 (above the library).

 

ATHLETICS: Track & Field @ Section Finals – TBA                                 dismissal: TBA  select roster

 

Interested in girls tennis this fall? Parents and girls in grades 9-12 are invited to attend an info meeting for DSHS Girls Tennis on Wednesday, May 31 at 5:30pm in DSHS room N-08. Information about the upcoming season will be shared. Questions? Email Coach Sally Hosley at sallyhosley@hotmail.com

 

Sports Physical Clinic schedule for Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS: Important announcement:  Attention juniors enrolled in the English Literature and Composition, AP, course for 2017-18:  Mandatory meeting Thursday, June 1, at lunch in the Library regarding the required summer reading assignment.  Please bring ID’s.

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS:  Senior Awards Night is almost here!  ALL SENIORS are invited to come to Senior Awards Night on Tuesday, May 30 at 6:00 p.m. in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  We encourage all seniors and their families to join us in celebrating the many accomplishments of our 2017 Senior Class.  Now posted in the windows of the Career Center are the names of all students receiving scholarships, awards, or special recognition at Senior Awards Night! Check the list to see if your name is on the list!  Come to the Career Center if you have questions about Senior Awards Night.

 

The list of all students receiving scholarships, awards or special recognition at Senior Awards Night is now posted in the windows of the Career Center.  Come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list!

 

SENIORS: Have you received any scholarships not administered by the Career Center such as scholarships from colleges or outside organizations?  If so, come to the Career Center and sign the “Outside Scholarship” list.  Your scholarship will be announced at Senior Awards Night on Tuesday, May 30 at 6:00 pm in the theater.

 

The Davis High School Academic Decathlon Club will be hosting its annual trivia night this Friday in the Library. Come for a night of fun, food, trivia competition with other students, a silent auction and, most important, prizes! Trivia night starts at 6pm on Friday. Admission is $5 for students and staff, $7 for the public.

 

Want to be part of a group that helps bring spirit to different DHS events? Apply to be a part of the BDP squad. Applications are available in N1A and are due June 2.

The yearbooks have arrived and will be ready for pick up in the south gym at lunch next week! Seniors may pick up yearbooks on Tuesday, May 30 - juniors and sophomores on Wednesday, May 31. Final pick up day is Thursday, June 1. Bring your ID on your assigned pick-up day.

 

Extra graduation tickets are on sale now through May 31.  Purchase during lunch in Finance Office or at Blue Devil Online Store, myschoolcentral.com.  Each ticket is $8.00.  Checks are payable to DSHS.  See Graduation tab on DSH website for more information.

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join your fellow military-bound seniors in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.  The deadline for completed applications is May 30th.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/15-5/31                     Graduation 2017 tickets on sale, Blue Devil                                           Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/26                             CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/29                             Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                             Senior Awards Night

5/31                             Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                             Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31, 6/1                      CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                               Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                               Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                               Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00 pm                                         Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                          Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                        12:35 pm

6/5                                 Period 1 Final Exam 8:15-10:20 (abbreviated                                         periods 2-7 thereafter)

6/6                                 Period 2 and Period 4 Final Exam (8:15-                                               10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                 Period 3 and Period 5 Final Exams (8:15-                                             10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                 Locker Clean Out Day

6/8                                 Period 6 and Period 7 Final Exams 8:15-10:20                                       AND 10:35-12:35

6/8                                 LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! End of 4th Quarter                                         and 2nd Semester

6/9                                 GRADUATION 2017

 

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Posted by: Christine Treece Potts
Published: 5/25/17




Audience: Christine Treece Potts and Homepage

 

     Davis Senior High School

                                          Daily Bulletin                                               

Thursday May 25, 2017

 

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1961 - America was asked by U.S. President Kennedy to work toward putting a man on the moon before the end of the decade.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  Steak Tacos w/Chimichurri and Sour Cream on Corn Tortillas w/Black Bean, Corn and Cilantro Lime Salad¨ Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/Pesto Pasta¨Yakisoba Noodles w/Chicken Teriyaki and Vegetables

 

TODAY: Seniors, seniors, seniors! Today is Senior Friendship Day! Bring water and a good attitude.  Senior Friendship Day is during the junior’s testing period.

 

ATHLETICS: 5/25 Baseball vs Oak Ridge @ Sac City College -7pm

 

Interested in girls tennis this fall? Parents and girls in grades 9-12 are invited to attend an info meeting for DSHS Girls Tennis on Wednesday, May 31 at 5:30pm in DSHS room N-08. Information about the upcoming season will be shared. Questions? Email Coach Sally Hosley at sallyhosley@hotmail.com

 

Sports Physical Clinic schedule for Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS: Important announcement:  Attention juniors enrolled in the English Literature and Composition, AP, course for 2017-18:  Mandatory meeting Thursday, June 1, at lunch in the Library regarding the required summer reading assignment.  Please bring ID’s.

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS:  Senior Awards Night is almost here!  ALL SENIORS are invited to come to Senior Awards Night on Tuesday, May 30 at 6:00 p.m. in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  We encourage all seniors and their families to join us in celebrating the many accomplishments of our 2017 Senior Class.  Now posted in the windows of the Career Center are the names of all students receiving scholarships, awards, or special recognition at Senior Awards Night! Check the list to see if your name is on the list!  Come to the Career Center if you have questions about Senior Awards Night.

 

The list of all students receiving scholarships, awards or special recognition at Senior Awards Night is now posted in the windows of the Career Center.  Come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list!

 

The Davis High School Academic Decathlon Club will be hosting its annual trivia night this Friday in the Library. Come for a night of fun, food, trivia competition with other students, a silent auction and, most important, prizes! Trivia night starts at 6pm on Friday. Admission is $5 for students and staff, $7 for the public.

 

Want to be part of a group that helps bring spirit to different DHS events? Apply to be a part of the BDP squad. Applications are available in N1A and are due June 2.

 

Ceterosexual, or former skoliosexual, means that a person is sexually attracted to those who fall under the non-binary umbrella. It is a term that is also used specifically by people who are non-binary. Want to know more and have some free snacks too? Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Wheeler’s room, L-20 (above the library).

 

The yearbooks have arrived and will be ready for pick up in the south gym at lunch next week! Seniors may pick up yearbooks on Tuesday, May 30 - juniors and sophomores on Wednesday, May 31. Final pick up day is Thursday, June 1. Bring your ID on your assigned pick-up day.

 

Extra graduation tickets are on sale now through May 31.  Purchase during lunch in Finance Office or at Blue Devil Online Store, myschoolcentral.com.  Each ticket is $8.00.  Checks are payable to DSHS.  See Graduation tab on DSH website for more information.

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join your fellow military-bound seniors in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.  The deadline for completed applications is May 30th.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/15-5/31                     Graduation 2017 tickets on sale, Blue Devil                                           Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/25,26                        CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/25                             DHS Finale Concert 7:00 pm Brunelle Theater

5/25                             Powderpuff 5:00 DHS Stadium

5/29                             Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                             Senior Awards Night

5/31                             Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                             Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31, 6/1                      CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                               Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                               Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                               Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00 pm                                       Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                         Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                       12:35 pm

6/5                                Period 1 Final Exam 8:15-10:20 (abbreviated                                        periods 2-7 thereafter)

6/6                                Period 2 and Period 4 Final Exam (8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                Period 3 and Period 5 Final Exams (8:15-                                              10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                Locker Clean Out Day

6/8                                Period 6 and Period 7 Final Exams 8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35-12:35

6/8                                LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! End of 4th Quarter                                        and 2nd Semester

6/9                                GRADUATION 2017

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Posted by: Christine Treece Potts
Published: 5/24/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

The following update is for all DJUSD employees and DJUSD parents/guardians.

 

                                                NOROVIRUS UPDATE

May 19, 2017  

 

 

The following is updated information about the recent outbreak of the Norovirus in our region and school district.

 

What is the Norovirus?

According to County Health officials, Norovirus is a highly contagious gastrointestinal virus. Symptoms may include stomach cramps, fever, nauseau, vomiting and diarrhea. The virus is passed through touching surfaces contaminated with the virus, close contact with an infected person or eating contaminated food or drink.  County Health experts report that the spread of virus is continuing and encourage the public to take extra precautions to curb the spread. Visit Yolo County Norovirus website and Press Releases.

 

What should I do to protect myself and others from the virus?

There are three key actions you can take to help prevent the spread of Norovirus:

  1. Report absences related to stomach illness symptoms to your school office.
  2. Encourage the practice of regular hand washing, especially before meals.
  3. Stay home an additional 48 hours after symptoms resolve. (Health experts warn that individuals are still highly contagious in this timeframe.)

Has the Norovirus affected Davis schools?

Norovirus cases have been confirmed in our schools. Over the last two weeks, the numbers of new cases do not appear to be growing rapidly.  We continue to see reported absences across the district, but the attendance rates are generally remaining steady.  That said, because this virus outbreak is highly contagious and the County Health experts have told us the spread has not peaked, we anticipate we will continue to see Norovirus absences throughout the end of the school year.  Certain school campuses have reported more staff or student cases than others, but, at this time, the virus is not disrupting normal school operations at any campus.

 

What is DJUSD doing to protect schools and students?

DJUSD is taking a three-pronged approach to addressing the current health situation:

  1. Daily Monitoring of Possible Cases and Regional Coordination

Over the last two weeks, our schools have have been tracking absences of students and employees with symptoms that may be caused by the Norovirus. Lead district adminstrators have been monitoring the numbers and trends as well as particpating in regular teleconferences led by Yolo County officials to talk about regional trends, cleaning recommendations, health updates and recommendations.

  1. Disinfecting and Deep Cleaning Efforts across Campuses and in Targeted Areas

Ensuring that we keep students and school learning environments safe and clean is a top priority.  DJUSD is diligently deploying extra resources to combat the spread of the Norovirus in our schools with the use of proper disinfecting agents. By tracking new cases on a daily basis and coordinating with county and federal entities about proper chemical use, we are able to target additional resources appropriately and effectively.  Custodians are working throughout the day to respond to calls as well as to cleanse and disinfect high contact point surfaces (doorknobs, restrooms, water fountains, keypads, etc.)  Additionally, our maintenance team is deploying crews to schools for evening and weekend deep cleaning.

  1. Education and Communication to Employees and the School Community

Keeping the community up to date on the current situation is a priority. DJUSD has issued a series of updates for employees and school site leaders. In addition to this communication, an update went out to all DJUSD parents/guardians early last week.   Updates, press releases and information from County Health continue to be shared on the DJUSD website, School Loop News and on the Davis Joint Unified School District Facebook Page. The school district continues to respond to inquiries from local news media almost daily.  If you have specific questions about the  Norovirus and what is happening in our school district, please contact your school principal or our Public Information Officer, Maria Clayton at mclayton@djusd.net.

 

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 5/19/17




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                                          Daily Bulletin                                               

Monday, May 22, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1900 - A. DeVilbiss, Jr. patented his pendulum-type computing scale.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Grilled Chicken Tacos w/Black Bean, Corn and Cilantro Lime Salad¨Honey BBQ Chicken w/Cajun Fries¨Chicken Fried Rice Bowl¨

 

ATHLETICS: Golf Varsity Boys @ NorCals – all day                           dismissal:  all day  select roster

 

ACADEMICS: The list of all students receiving scholarships, awards, or special recognition at Senior Awards Night is now posted in the windows of the Career Center.  Come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list!

 

SENIORS:  Have you received any scholarships not administered by the Career Center, such as scholarships from colleges or outside organizations?  If so, come to the Career Center and sign the “Outside Scholarship” list.  Your scholarship will be announced at Senior Awards Night on Tuesday, May 30 at 6:00 p.m. in the theater.

 

Attention: Next year’s APUSH students! There will be a required meeting at the beginning of lunch in the library on Tuesday, May 23rd for all students enrolled in AP US History for 2017-2018.  We will be discussing the Summer Assignment and also checking out the textbook.  Please make sure to bring your Student ID.  See you there!

 

Important announcement:  Attention juniors enrolled in the English Literature and Composition, AP, course for 2017-18:  Mandatory meeting Thursday, June 1, at lunch in the Library regarding the required summer reading assignment.  Please bring ID’s.

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: Extra graduation tickets are on sale now through May 31.  Purchase during lunch in Finance Office or at Blue Devil Online Store, myschoolcentral.com.  Each ticket is $8.00.  Checks are payable to DSHS.  See Graduation tab on DSH website for more information.

 

Pioneer Elementary School is looking for high school students to supervise, mentor and referee basketball games from 12:45-1:15 or 2:10-2:25 at Pioneer.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

The Red Cross Club is sponsoring the Measles and Rubella campaign to raise funds for vaccines for people in third world countries! Come to the quad at lunch or May 23rd and 24th to learn more about measles and rubella and buy pins to help fund the MMR vaccines for children and adults in need!  Let’s stop measles and rubella worldwide!

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join your fellow military-bound seniors in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.  The deadline for completed applications is May 30th.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

Sports Physical Clinic will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will be donated to benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/15-5/31                        Graduation 2017 tickets go on sale, Blue                                              Devil Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/24,25,26                      CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/25                                DHS Finale Concert 7:00 pm Brunelle                                                    Theater

5/25                                Powderpuff 5:00 DHS Stadium

5/29                                Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                                Senior Awards Night

5/31                                Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                                Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31,6/1                          CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                                  Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00                                             pm Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                            Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                        12:35 pm

6/5                                  Period 1 Final Exam 8:15-10:20 (abbreviated                                        periods 2-7 thereafter)

6/6                                  Period 2 and Period 4 Final Exam (8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Period 3 and Period 5 Final Exams (8:15-                                              10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Locker Clean Out Day

6/8                                  Period 6 and Period 7 Final Exams 8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35-12:35

6/8                                  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! End of 4th Quarter                                        and 2nd Semester

6/9                                  GRADUATION 2017

 

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                                          Daily Bulletin                                               

Thursday, May 18, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1953 - The first woman to fly faster than the speed of sound, Jacqueline Cochran, piloted an F-86 Sabre jet over California at an average speed of 652.337 miles-per-hour.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Steak Tacos w/Chimichurri and Sour Cream on Corn Tortillas w/Black Bean, Corn and Cilantro Lime Salad¨Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/Pesto Pasta¨Yakisoba Noodles w/Chicken Teriyaki and Vegetables¨

 

TODAY: All Student Center Update for Students and Staff: Today, students and staff will have a special opportunity to see our All Student Center up close before it is closed for construction this summer.  Please come to the All student Center from noon to 2:00 pm this Thursday to learn more about our new facility and take a behind-the-scenes tour.

 

Link Crew leaders, remember to come to the South Gym on Thursday, 5/18 at 12:30-3:30 to participate in Link Crew Development Day.  If you have a 7th period, you will be excused by the Link Coordinators.

 

ATHLETICS: Baseball Varsity playoff game @ Sac City College – 4:00

 

ACADEMICS: Sacramento City College will be in the Career Center on Friday, May 19 at lunch to discuss Sac City’s ESL program for EL students.   The representative will discuss the benefits of going to college, how to apply to college, tips and suggestions for being a successful college student, and the benefits of taking Sac City’s ESL classes for bilingual/bicultural students.

 

Attention: Next year’s APUSH students! There will be a required meeting at the beginning of lunch in the library on Tuesday, May 23rd for all students enrolled in AP US History for 2017-2018.  We will be discussing the Summer Assignment and also checking out the textbook.  Please make sure to bring your Student ID.  See you there!

 

Important announcement:  Attention juniors enrolled in the English Literature and Composition, AP, course for 2017-18:  Mandatory meeting Thursday, June 1, at lunch in the Library regarding the required summer reading assignment.  Please bring ID’s.

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: Extra graduation tickets are on sale now through May 31.  Purchase during lunch in Finance Office or at Blue Devil Online Store, myschoolcentral.com.  Each ticket is $8.00.  Checks are payable to DSHS.  See Graduation tab on DSH website for more information.

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join your fellow military-bound seniors in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

Putah Creek Council offers paid summer internships on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings June 20-August 9.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns receive a $575 stipend at the end of the internship.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Sports Physical Clinic will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will be donated to benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

CLUBS:  Agape Club is having a special talk titled “Can God be good when there is pain and suffering?” on Friday, May 19th in room S-7 at lunch.  Come for a good talk and lots of fun!

 

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting this Friday during lunch in Room P-13.  This is our last general meeting of the year so be sure to come and fulfill the requirements for active lifetime membership.  Hope to see you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/15-5/31                     Graduation 2017 tickets go on sale, Blue Devil                                      Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/16                              Renaissance Awards 6:00 DHS Library

5/18                              AP Late Exams

5/19                              Academic Center Awards Finale! Lunchtime in                                      the South Gym

5/24,25,26                    CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/25                              DHS Finale Concert 7:00 pm Brunelle Theater

5/25                              Powderpuff 5:00 DHS Stadium

5/29                              Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                              Senior Awards Night

5/31                              Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                              Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31,6/1                        CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                                Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                                Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                                Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00 pm                                       Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                          Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                        12:35 pm

6/5                                 Period 1 Final Exam 8:15-10:20 (abbreviated                                         periods 2-7 thereafter)

6/6                                 Period 2 and Period 4 Final Exam (8:15-                                               10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                 Period 3 and Period 5 Final Exams (8:15-                                             10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Locker Clean Out Day

6/8                                  Period 6 and Period 7 Final Exams 8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35-12:35

6/8                                  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! End of 4th Quarter                                        and 2nd Semester

6/9                                  GRADUATION 2017

 

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                                          Daily Bulletin                                               

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1973 - The U.S. Senate Watergate Committee began its hearings.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Hoisin BBQ Country Style Spare Rib w/Cajun Fries¨Cubano Pork Sandwich w/Pesto Pasta¨American Hot Dog w/Cajun Fries¨

 

ATHLETICS: Softball Varsity playoff game vs Woodcreek – 4:00          dismissal: 2:30 V

Track & Field @ Section championships –TBA                                      dismissal: TBA

 

ACADEMICS: Sacramento City College will be in the Career Center on Friday, May 19 at lunch to discuss Sac City’s ESL program for EL students.   The representative will discuss the benefits of going to college, how to apply to college, tips and suggestions for being a successful college student, and the benefits of taking Sac City’s ESL classes for bilingual/bicultural students.

 

Attention: Next year’s APUSH students! There will be a required meeting at the beginning of lunch in the library on Tuesday, May 23rd for all students enrolled in AP US History for 2017-2018.  We will be discussing the Summer Assignment and also checking out the textbook.  Please make sure to bring your Student ID.  See you there!

 

Important announcement:  Attention juniors enrolled in the English Literature and Composition, AP, course for 2017-18:  Mandatory meeting Thursday, June 1, at lunch in the Library regarding the required summer reading assignment.  Please bring ID’s.

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: Extra graduation tickets are on sale now through May 31.  Purchase during lunch in Finance Office or at Blue Devil Online Store, myschoolcentral.com.  Each ticket is $8.00.  Checks are payable to DSHS.  See Graduation tab on DSH website for more information.

 

Check out the High School Art Show at the Davis Arts Center.  The Art Department had the awards ceremony last Friday.  Skylar Mikalson took 1st place, Fox Conner 2nd and Esther Wang 3rd place.  Isabel Alvarez received an Honorable Mention.  Congratulations to these talented students.

 

All Student Center Update for Students and Staff: This Thursday, students and staff will have a special opportunity to see our All Student Center up close before it is closed for construction this summer.  Please come to the All student Center from noon to 2:00 pm this Thursday to learn more about our new facility and take a behind-the-scenes tour.

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join senior Justin Ghazal (Air Force!) in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

Putah Creek Council offers paid summer internships on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings June 20-August 9.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns receive a $575 stipend at the end of the internship.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Sports Physical Clinic will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will be donated to benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

CLUBS:  Agape Club is having a special talk titled “Can God be good when there is pain and suffering?” on Friday, May 19th in room S-7 at lunch.  Come for a good talk and lots of fun!

 

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting this Friday during lunch in Room P-13.  This is our last general meeting of the year so be sure to come and fulfill the requirements for active lifetime membership.  Hope to see you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/15-5/31                       Graduation 2017 tickets go on sale, Blue                                                Devil Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/16                                Renaissance Awards 6:00 DHS Library

5/18                                AP Late Exams

5/19                                Academic Center Awards Finale! Lunchtime                                          in the South Gym

5/24,25,26                      CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/25                                DHS Finale Concert 7:00 pm Brunelle                                                    Theater

5/25                                Powderpuff 5:00 DHS Stadium

5/29                                Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                                Senior Awards Night

5/31                                Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                                Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31,6/1                          CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                                  Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00                                            pm Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                            Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                        12:35 pm

6/5                                  Period 1 Final Exam 8:15-10:20 (abbreviated                                        periods 2-7 thereafter)

6/6                                  Period 2 and Period 4 Final Exam (8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Period 3 and Period 5 Final Exams (8:15-                                              10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Locker Clean Out Day

6/8                                  Period 6 and Period 7 Final Exams 8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35-12:35

6/8                                  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! End of 4th Quarter                                        and 2nd Semester

6/9                                  GRADUATION 2017

 

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                                           Daily Bulletin                                               

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1929 - The first Academy Awards were held in Hollywood.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Grilled Chicken Tacos w/Black Bean, Corn and Cilantro Lime Salad¨Honey BBQ Chicken w/Cajun Fries¨Chicken Fried Rice Bowl¨

 

ATHLETICS: Tennis Varsity Boys @ Section Individual tournament – all day all day:  select roster

 

TODAY: Life of an Athlete presentation: On Tuesday May 16th, at 7:00 pm, internationally recognized human performance expert, John Underwood, will be speaking at Davis Senior High School Brunelle Theatre.  Underwood developed the “Life of an Athlete” program with one goal in mind; educate athletes to live safe and healthy lifestyles to be successful.  His presentation underscores four topics as they pertain to athletics and performance: chemical abuse, recovery, sleep and character.  All DJUSD athletes grades 7-12 and parents are invited to attend. Only 500 seats available. For more information about John Underwood visit:  http://www.lifeofanathlete.us/

 

Please come to the Brunelle Theater on Tuesday, May 16th, at the beginning of lunch to hear Jim Zwerg speak via phone interview.  Mr. Zwerg was an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville and worked closely with both Diane Nash and John Lewis.  He was one of the original Freedom Riders and the photo of him after he was beaten is an iconic American image.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from a civil rights giant.

 

ACADEMICS: Attention: Next year’s APUSH students! There will be a required meeting at the beginning of lunch in the library on Tuesday, May 23rd for all students enrolled in AP US History for 2017-2018.  We will be discussing the Summer Assignment and also checking out the textbook.  Please make sure to bring your Student ID.  See you there!

 

Important announcement:  Attention juniors enrolled in the English Literature and Composition, AP, course for 2017-18:  Mandatory meeting Thursday, June 1, at lunch in the Library regarding the required summer reading assignment.  Please bring ID’s.

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: Extra graduation tickets are on sale now through May 31.  Purchase during lunch in Finance Office or at Blue Devil Online Store, myschoolcentral.com.  Each ticket is $8.00.  Checks are payable to DSHS.  See Graduation tab on DSH website for more information.

 

Check out the High School Art Show at the Davis Arts Center.  The Art Department had the awards ceremony last Friday.  Skylar Mikalson took 1st place, Fox Conner 2nd and Esther Wang 3rd place.  Isabel Alvarez received an Honorable Mention.  Congratulations to these talented students.

 

All Student Center Update for Students and Staff: This Thursday, students and staff will have a special opportunity to see our All Student Center up close before it is closed for construction this summer.  Please come to the All student Center from noon to 2:00 pm this Thursday to learn more about our new facility and take a behind-the-scenes tour.

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join senior Justin Ghazal (Air Force!) in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

Davis Kids Klub Recreation Camp at North Davis Elementary school is accepting applications for summer recreation leaders. The job runs from June 12 til August 18th. Please e-mail us at:  daviskidsklub@aol.com or call us :  530-220-4731 if you are interested in applying.

 

Putah Creek Council offers paid summer internships on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings June 20-August 9.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns receive a $575 stipend at the end of the internship.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Sports Physical Clinic will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will be donated to benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/15-5/31                       Graduation 2017 tickets go on sale, Blue Devil                               Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/16                                Renaissance Awards 6:00 DHS Library

5/18                                AP Late Exams

5/19                                Academic Center Awards Finale! Lunchtime                                          in the South Gym

5/24,25,26                      CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/25                                DHS Finale Concert 7:00 pm Brunelle Theater

5/25                                Powderpuff 5:00 DHS Stadium

5/29                                Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                                Senior Awards Night

5/31                                Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                                Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31,6/1                          CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                                  Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00                                            pm Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                            Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-12:35 pm

6/5                                  Period 1 Final Exam 8:15-10:20 (abbreviated                                        periods 2-7 thereafter)

6/6                                  Period 2 and Period 4 Final Exam (8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Period 3 and Period 5 Final Exams (8:15-                                              10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Locker Clean Out Day

6/8                                  Period 6 and Period 7 Final Exams 8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35-12:35

6/8                                  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! End of 4th Quarter                                         and 2nd Semester

6/9                                  GRADUATION 2017

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Posted by: Christine Treece Potts
Published: 5/15/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers and Homepage

The following Student Health and Safety information about the spread of Norovirus  is provided to Parents and Guardians from the Davis Joint Unified School District:

Yolo County Gastrointestinal (GI) Outbreak 
According to the Yolo County Health Department hundreds of students, teachers, and school staff are sick with stomach cramps, vomiting, and/or diarrhea in schools throughout Yolo County and the number is increasing each day. In Davis schools we have limited cases, but are seeing more students and staff having to stay home with symptoms each day.

Facts from County Health experts:

  • The outbreak is most likely caused by the Norovirus which is highly contagious.
  • Norovirus commonly spreads through touching surfaces contaminated with the virus, close contact with someone who is infected, or eating contaminated food or drink.  
  • Symptoms may include fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and stomach pain.
  • Symptoms last for 1-3 days.  However, after symptoms go away, people are still highly infectious, especially the first 48 hours.  There is no treatment for Norovirus.    

More information about Norovirus, please visit the CDC website at www.cdc.gov/Norovirus  Information about Norovirus and templates for letters and guidance is also available by clicking on “Communicable Disease Investigation and Control” on the Yolo County website.
 
The Yolo County Public Health Officer states the following actions be taken to prevent further spread of the infection: 

  •  Students, Teachers, and School Staff should stay home if there is any sign of illness such as stomach pain, fever, nausea, vomiting, and/or diarrhea.
  • Stay home for an additional 48 hours after symptoms are gone.  Even though you feel better, you still carry the virus and can infect other people.
  • Wash your hands frequently throughout the day with soap and water.
  • Clean contaminated surfaces regularly with appropriate disinfectant.
  •  Do not prepare food and drink for others if you are sick.
  • Report to school front office if your student has fever, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or stomach pain.
  • Questions related to symptoms and treatment should be directed to your primary care provider or clinic.  
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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 5/12/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Blue Devil

 

     Davis Senior High School

                                         Daily Bulletin                                               

Monday, May 15, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1618 - Johannes Kepler discovered his harmonics law.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Grilled Chicken Tacos w/Black Bean, Corn and Cilantro Lime Salad¨Honey BBQ Chicken w/Cajun Fries¨Chicken Fried Rice Bowl¨

 

ATHLETICS: Golf Varsity Boys @ Masters match – all day                 all day:  select roster

Tennis Varsity Boys @ Section Individual tournament – all day             all day:  select roster

 

Life of an Athlete presentation: On Tuesday May 16th, at 7:00 pm, internationally recognized human performance expert, John Underwood, will be speaking at Davis Senior High School Brunelle Theatre.  Underwood developed the “Life of an Athlete” program with one goal in mind; educate athletes to live safe and healthy lifestyles to be successful.  His presentation underscores four topics as they pertain to athletics and performance: chemical abuse, recovery, sleep and character.  All DJUSD athletes grades 7-12 and parents are invited to attend. Only 500 seats available. For more information about John Underwood visit:  http://www.lifeofanathlete.us/

 

ACADEMICS: Important announcement:  Attention juniors enrolled in the English Literature and Composition, AP, course for 2017-18:  Mandatory meeting Thursday, June 1, at lunch in the Library regarding the required summer reading assignment.  Please bring ID’s.

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: All Student Center Update for Students and Staff:

This Thursday, students and staff will have a special opportunity to see our All Student Center up close before it is closed for construction this summer.  Please come to the All student Center from noon to 2:00 pm this Thursday to learn more about our new facility and take a behind-the-scenes tour.

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join senior Justin Ghazal (Air Force!) in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.

 

Please come to the Brunelle Theater on Tuesday, May 16th, at the beginning of lunch to hear Jim Zwerg speak via phone interview.  Mr. Zwerg was an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville and worked closely with both Diane Nash and John Lewis.  He was one of the original Freedom Riders and the photo of him after he was beaten is an iconic American image.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from a civil rights giant.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

Davis Kids Klub Recreation Camp at North Davis Elementary school is accepting applications for summer recreation leaders. The job runs from June 12 til August 18th. Please e-mail us at:  daviskidsklub@aol.com or call us :  530-220-4731 if you are interested in applying.

 

Putah Creek Council offers paid summer internships on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings June 20-August 9.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns receive a $575 stipend at the end of the internship.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Sports Physical Clinic will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will be donated to benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/15-5/31                    Graduation 2017 tickets go on sale, Blue Devil                                       Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/16                             Renaissance Awards 6:00 DHS Library

5/18                             AP Late Exams

5/19                             Academic Center Awards Finale! Lunchtime in                                     the South Gym

5/24,25,26                   CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/25                              DHS Finale Concert 7:00 pm Brunelle Theater

5/25                              Powderpuff 5:00 DHS Stadium

5/29                              Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                              Senior Awards Night

5/31                              Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                              Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31,6/1                        CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                                Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                                Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                                Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00 pm                                      Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                          Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                        12:35 pm

6/5                                 Period 1 Final Exam 8:15-10:20 (abbreviated                                         periods 2-7 thereafter)

6/6                                 Period 2 and Period 4 Final Exam (8:15-                                               10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Period 3 and Period 5 Final Exams (8:15-                                              10:20 AND 10:35 – 12:35 pm)

6/7                                  Locker Clean Out Day

6/8                                  Period 6 and Period 7 Final Exams 8:15-                                                10:20 AND 10:35-12:35

6/8                                  LAST DAY OF SCHOOL! End of 4th Quarter                                        and 2nd Semester

6/9                                  GRADUATION 2017

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Posted by: Christine Treece Potts
Published: 5/12/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Blue Devil

 

     Davis Senior High School

                                         Daily Bulletin                                               

Friday, May 12, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1978 - The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that they would no longer exclusively name hurricanes after women.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Taqueria Chicken Sandwich w/Salsa & Cajun Fries¨Banh Mi Dog w/Cajun Fries¨Spicy Pepperoni Pasta w/Garlic Toast

 

TODAY: Attention AP Testers!  Friday, May 12 – Morning:  7:30 am – Human Geography @ Vets Memorial & Microeconomics @ South Gym** 11:30 am – European History @ Lib West** YOU MUST BRING PHOTO ID FOR ENTRY.  NO EXCEPTIONS!

 

The Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the last free Financial Literacy class of the school year in the Career Center at lunch.  Pizza will be provided.  The class will focus on investing (as requested by students) and “What is a W-4 form?” which will be helpful for students planning to work this summer.  Come to the Career Center soon to sign up – the Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

Hey CSF! There will be a meeting in room P-13 on Friday, May 12 during lunch.  There is only one more meeting after this one, so make sure you attend at least two meetings this semester to become an active lifetime member.  Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS: Badminton @ Section playoff – all day                            dismissal:  all day  select roster

Lacrosse Varsity Girls @ Novato – 5:30                                                dismissal: 1:45 V

Swim Team Boys @ Section Swim Trials – all day dismissal:  all day  select roster

Tennis Varsity Boys @ Section playoff – 3:45                                 dismissal: 2:15  select roster

Track & Field Delta League Finals                                                        dismissal: 1:15

 

Life of an Athlete presentation: On Tuesday May 16th, at 7:00 pm, internationally recognized human performance expert, John Underwood, will be speaking at Davis Senior High School Brunelle Theatre.  Underwood developed the “Life of an Athlete” program with one goal in mind; educate athletes to live safe and healthy lifestyles to be successful.  His presentation underscores four topics as they pertain to athletics and performance: chemical abuse, recovery, sleep and character.  All DJUSD athletes grades 7-12 and parents are invited to attend. Only 500 seats available. For more information about John Underwood visit:  http://www.lifeofanathlete.us/

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: Congressional Art Exhibit: Every year, congressmen across the nation select one high school artwork to be displayed at the Capitol in D.C.  This year, our congressman, John Garamendi selected Alison Rubin’s work, “Innocence” as the winner.  Alison will receive two tickets to Washington, D.C. to attend the reception this summer.  Congratulations!

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join senior Justin Ghazal (Air Force!) in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.

 

Looking for a fun event on Friday night?  The AP ART Studio students are having an opening reception for their art show at the Davis Arts Center this Friday, May12.  It is free from 6-7:30. Awards will be presented at 7:00.  Come and support your friends!

 

Support a good cause while getting some pizza!  At Blaze Pizza this Saturday, May 13th from 5:00-8:00 pm, there will be a fundraiser for the Davis LGBT and Youth Center.  Flyers are online and on Instagram.  Just show it to the cashier when you are paying.

 

Please come to the Brunelle Theater on Tuesday, May 16th, at the beginning of lunch to hear Jim Zwerg speak via phone interview.  Mr. Zwerg was an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville and worked closely with both Diane Nash and John Lewis.  He was one of the original Freedom Riders and the photo of him after he was beaten is an iconic American image.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from a civil rights giant.

 

Volunteer Opportunity: The Madison Migrant Center near Esparto is looking for volunteers to help with their after school migrant youth summer camp.  Volunteers will play games and read books to 6 – 14 year old migrant youth.  No Spanish is required.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

Davis Kids Klub Recreation Camp at North Davis Elementary school is accepting applications for summer recreation leaders. The job runs from June 12 til August 18th. Please e-mail us at:  daviskidsklub@aol.com or call us :  530-220-4731 if you are interested in applying.

 

Putah Creek Council offers paid summer internships on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings June 20-August 9.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns receive a $575 stipend at the end of the internship.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Sports Physical Clinic will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will be donated to benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/10-5/13                     AP Testing Schedule (DHS Website)

5/11                              Drama Soiree – Drama Class 7:00 Brunelle                                          Theater

5/13                              Senior Ball Sacramento Hyatt Hotel

5/15-5/31                      Graduation 2017 tickets go on sale, Blue Devil                                      Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/16                               Renaissance Awards 6:00 DHS Library

5/18                               AP Late Exams

5/19                               Academic Center Awards Finale! Lunchtime                                         in the South Gym

5/24,25,26                     CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/25                                DHS Finale Concert 7:00 pm Brunelle                                                    Theater

5/25                                Powderpuff 5:00 DHS Stadium

5/29                                Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                                Senior Awards Night

5/31                                Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                                Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31                               CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                                  Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                                  Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00                                            pm Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                            Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                        12:35 pm

 

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Posted by: Christine Treece Potts
Published: 5/11/17




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

Blue Devil

 

     Davis Senior High School

                                         Daily Bulletin                                               

Thursday, May 11, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1934 - A severe two-day dust storm stripped the topsoil from the great plains of the U.S. and created a "Dust Bowl." The storm was one of many.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Steak Tacos w/Chimichurri and Sour Cream on Corn Tortillas w/Black Bean, Corn and Cilantro Lime Salad¨Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/Pesto Pasta¨Yakisoba Noodles w/Chicken Teriyaki and Vegetables

 

TODAY: Attention AP Testers!  Thursday, May 11 – Morning:  7:30 am – Comparative Govt. & Pol@ Lib West & World History @ Vets Memorial** 11:30 am – Statistics @ Vets Memorial** YOU MUST BRING PHOTO ID FOR ENTRY.  NO EXCEPTIONS!

 

ATHLETICS: Girls Swim Team @ Section Meet All Day – Select Roster

 

Life of an Athlete presentation: On Tuesday May 16th, at 7:00 pm, internationally recognized human performance expert, John Underwood, will be speaking at Davis Senior High School Brunelle Theatre.  Underwood developed the “Life of an Athlete” program with one goal in mind; educate athletes to live safe and healthy lifestyles to be successful.  His presentation underscores four topics as they pertain to athletics and performance: chemical abuse, recovery, sleep and character.  All DJUSD athletes grades 7-12 and parents are invited to attend. Only 500 seats available. For more information about John Underwood visit:  http://www.lifeofanathlete.us/

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: Congressional Art Exhibit: Every year, congressmen across the nation select one high school artwork to be displayed at the Capitol in D.C.  This year, our congressman, John Garamendi selected Alison Rubin’s work, “Innocence” as the winner.  Alison will receive two tickets to Washington, D.C. to attend the reception this summer.  Congratulations!

 

Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join senior Justin Ghazal (Air Force!) in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.

 

Looking for a fun event on Friday night?  The AP ART Studio students are having an opening reception for their art show at the Davis Arts Center this Friday, May12.  It is free from 6-7:30. Awards will be presented at 7:00.  Come and support your friends!

 

Support a good cause while getting some pizza!  At Blaze Pizza this Saturday, May 13th from 5:00-8:00 pm, there will be a fundraiser for the Davis LGBT and Youth Center.  Flyers are online and on Instagram.  Just show it to the cashier when you are paying.

 

The Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the last free Financial Literacy class of the school year in the Career Center at lunch.  Pizza will be provided.  The class will focus on investing (as requested by students) and “What is a W-4 form?” which will be helpful for students planning to work this summer.  Come to the Career Center soon to sign up – the Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

Please come to the Brunelle Theater on Tuesday, May 16th, at the beginning of lunch to hear Jim Zwerg speak.  Mr. Zwerg was an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville and worked closely with both Diane Nash and John Lewis.  He was one of the original Freedom Riders and the photo of him after he was beaten is an iconic American image.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from a civil rights giant.

 

Volunteer Opportunity: The Madison Migrant Center near Esparto is looking for volunteers to help with their after school migrant youth summer camp.  Volunteers will play games and read books to 6 – 14 year old migrant youth.  No Spanish is required.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics.  Questions? Contact the Athletic Dept. 757-5400 x 125.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 30: http://www.davisgradnight.org/graduates/tickets/ if you have a financial hardship, please contact your school's counseling office to discuss scholarship options to help cover the cost of your ticket. Check out the Grad Night website to see the list of who has already signed up: http://www.davisgradnight.org/updated-ticketed-student-list.

 

Davis Kids Klub Recreation Camp at North Davis Elementary school is accepting applications for summer recreation leaders. The job runs from June 12 til August 18th. Please e-mail us at:  daviskidsklub@aol.com or call us :  530-220-4731 if you are interested in applying.

 

Putah Creek Council offers paid summer internships on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings June 20-August 9.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns receive a $575 stipend at the end of the internship.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Sports Physical Clinic will be held on Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will be donated to benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

CLUBS: Hey CSF! There will be a meeting in room P-13 on Friday, May 12 during lunch.  There is only one more meeting after this one, so make sure you attend at least two meetings this semester to become an active lifetime member.  Hope to see you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES

5/10-5/13                    AP Testing Schedule (DHS Website)

5/11                             Drama Soiree – Drama Class 7:00 Brunelle                                          Theater

5/13                            Senior Ball Sacramento Hyatt Hotel

5/15-5/31                    Graduation 2017 tickets go on sale, Blue Devil                                      Online Store or Finance Office @ lunch

5/16                             Renaissance Awards 6:00 DHS Library

5/18                             AP Late Exams

5/19                             Academic Center Awards Finale! Lunchtime in                                     the South Gym

5/24,25,26                   CAASP Testing Mathematics 11th grade

5/25                              DHS Finale Concert 7:00 pm Brunelle Theater

5/25                              Powderpuff 5:00 DHS Stadium

5/29                              Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL

5/30                              Senior Awards Night

5/31                              Last ‘Late Start’ Wednesday

5/31                              Last day of Graduation ticket sales

5/31                              CST/ELA/Math makeup

6/1                                Schedule Change (block schedule 1,3,5,7)

6/2                                Schedule Change (block schedule 2,4,6)

6/3                                Jazz and Pops Concert – Jazz Choir 7:00                                            pm Brunelle Theater

6/5-6/8                          Finals Schedule - Schedule change 8:15 am-                                       12:35 pm

 

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Posted by: Christine Treece Potts
Published: 5/11/17




Audience: Afterschool Professionals, Assistant Principals, Associates, Parents, Principals, Staff, Students, Sys Admins, Teachers, Administrative Leadership Team 2014-15, All Principals 2014-15, Strategic Planning Professional Development Action Team, Student Support Services Department, Webmasters - School Loop, Homepage and All Staff Unique ID

Take Notice- Health Update


A new stomach virus has been on the rise in our county and currently affecting UC Davis and Woodland schools as well as schools in Sacramento.   At this time it is not affecting Davis school operations, but cases have been identified across our district.  As the situation changes, DJUSD will keep our community posted. 
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The Yolo County Health & Human Services Agency is investigating a gastrointestinal illness (GI) outbreak throughout the county. The most common cause of widespread GI illness is Norovirus, more commonly called the stomach flu. The organism causing the present outbreak is unknown at this time but Public Health is working to identify the organism.  Please read the press release for information about the situation.
http://www.yolocounty.org/Home/Components/News/News/4974/

 

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 5/10/17




Audience: Homepage

Blue Devil

 

     Davis Senior High School

                                            Daily Bulletin                                               

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1872 - Victoria Woodhull became the first woman nominated for the U.S. presidency.

 

DAILY EXPRESS MENU:  ¨Hoisin BBQ Country Style Spare Rib w/Cajun Fries¨Cubano Pork Sandwich w/Pesto Pasta¨American Hot Dog w/Cajun Fries

 

ATHLETICS: Tennis Varsity Boys @ Section final – 3:30                  dismissal: 1:20

 

TODAY: Attention AP Testers!  Wednesday, May 10 – Morning:  7:30 am - English Lang and Comp@ Lib West ** 11:30 am - Macroeconomics @ Vets Memorial**Italian Language & Cul @ Lib West **YOU MUST BRING PHOTO ID FOR ENTRY.  NO EXCEPTIONS!

 

Bike to School Day is May 10, 2017. If you bike, you will be rewarded with a tasty treat among many other prizes. Blackout the Blacktip with no cars in the parking lot on May 10!

 

ACADEMICS: REMEMBER AP TESTERS - The AP roster is available for review at the Testing Coordinator desk in the Admin Office if you would like to confirm your AP exams order.  

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: Attention Blue Devils!  Going into the military after high school?  Please join senior Justin Ghazal (Air Force!) in being recognized for your future service to your country by submitting your name, the military branch you are entering, your career objective and your recruiter’s name and phone number.  Your name and military branch will be listed on a wall plaque that will be on display in the Front Office. Application forms are available in the Front Office as well as a drop-off box for completed forms.

 

Support a good cause while getting some pizza!  At Blaze Pizza this Saturday, May 13th from 5:00-8:00 pm, there will be a fundraiser for the Davis LGBT and Youth Center.  Flyers are online and on Instagram.  Just show it to the cashier when you are paying.

 

The Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the last free Financial Literacy class of the school year in the Career Center at lunch.  Pizza will be provided.  The class will focus on investing (as requested by students) and “What is a W-4 form?” which will be helpful for students planning to work this summer.  Come to the Career Center soon to sign up – the Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

Please come to the Brunelle Theater on Tuesday, May 16th, at the beginning of lunch to hear Jim Zwerg speak.  Mr. Zwerg was an exchange student at Fisk University in Nashville and worked closely with both Diane Nash and John Lewis.  He was one of the original Freedom Riders and the photo of him after he was beaten is an iconic American image.  Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from a civil rights giant.

 

Volunteer Opportunity: The Madison Migrant Center near Esparto is looking for volunteers to help with their after school migrant youth summer camp.  Volunteers will play games and read books to 6 – 14 year old migrant youth.  No Spanish is required.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration.  Say goodbye to the 10 page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the Athletic Department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017 – 2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system.  Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page