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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 24, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1961 - The Freedom Riders were arrested in Jackson, Mississippi.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Spanish Language and Culture Club is having its end-of-the-year party during lunch in room O-6. Bring food to share, if you can, and be sure to celebrate!

 

ATHLETICS:

BLUE DEVIL BRICKS

Build Blue Devil Pride, One Brick at a Time!

The new DAVIS BLUE DEVIL ATHLETIC BOOSTERS invite you to support all of our high school athletes with the purchase of a memorial brick. Bricks will be installed at the Steve Larsen Bike Plaza (in between the stadium and gym) and will honor your future, past or present athlete, musician, scientist or artist! Visit the Booster website for more information about this new group or to purchase your brick:  http://bluedevilboosters.org/   Deadline for ordering bricks:  June 1st.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Yearbooks will be here on Tuesday, May 29th! Check to see if you bought one by looking at the list outside the Finance Office. You can still buy one for the current price of $120.

 

“The ever-popular Pops Concert will be Thursday May 31st at 7pm in the Richard Brunelle Theater, featuring Concert Choir, Madrigal Singers and the Advance Treble Choir. It’s an all-new explosive show! Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the door, pre-sale available at Watermelon Music; Avid Reader Active or visit the online store at davismadrigals.com”

 

Attention ALL Seniors!

Be sure to get your Grad Night ticket before the prices go up. You only have 7 MORE DAYS for pre-sale tickets. Tickets are on sale on-line until midnight May 30th for $85.00 at www.davisgradnight.org or you can buy the tickets in person after the senior assembly on Wednesday outside the gym. After that, tickets will ONLY be available at the door for $100.00. This is an amazing night and worth every penny! Food and entertainment… everything is included in the price. This will be the last night the class of 2018 has to celebrate together so… hurry up and buy your tickets!

 

CLUBS:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 near the elevator. We will be counting our discussion on stereotypes and language from last week.

 

CAREERS:

Senior Awards Night is almost here!  ALL SENIORS are invited to come to Senior Awards Night on Tuesday, May 29 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 2018 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. Come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list.

 

APUSH Meeting for incoming juniors

All students signed up for AP US History next year need to come to a mandatory meeting at the beginning of lunch next Wed, May 30th in the library.  Please bring your student ID in order to check out the textbook and receive the Summer Assignment. The meeting starts at 12:20pm. See you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/23/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 23, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1785 - Benjamin Franklin wrote in a letter that he had invented bifocals.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

There will be a girls Water Polo informational meeting for next fall at 7-8pm in room A-3 Mr. Wright.

 

Support the American Red Cross by stopping by Blaze Pizza 212 F Street between 5:30pm – 8:30pm be sure to bring flyer or a picture of a flyer to show the cashier!

 

Do you want to learn about chemistry, anthropology, archaeology, biology, neuroscience and comparative literature majors at UCD?  Join Inspire to Aspire UCD mentors at 2:30 in the DSHS Library. Professors from UCD will do a panel presentation on these majors.  The first 20 students will receive a free copy of Stephen Covey’s bestseller: “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens.”

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our last general meeting of the year during lunch in S-12 hope to see you there!

 

Youth leadership Davis is hosting a student-led discussion on homelessness during lunch in room ASC-100 in the All Student Center come to hear from special guest Ryan Collins, homeless outreach coordinators for the city. All are welcome!

 

ATHLETICS:

BLUE DEVIL BRICKS

Build Blue Devil Pride, One Brick at a Time!

The new DAVIS BLUE DEVIL ATHLETIC BOOSTERS invite you to support all of our high school athletes with the purchase of a memorial brick. Bricks will be installed at the Steve Larsen Bike Plaza (in between the stadium and gym) and will honor your future, past or present athlete, musician, scientist or artist! Visit the Booster website for more information about this new group or to purchase your brick:  http://bluedevilboosters.org/   Deadline for ordering bricks:  June 1st.

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Yearbooks will be here on Tuesday, May 29th! Check to see if you bought one by looking at the list outside the Finance Office. You can still buy one for the current price of $120.

 

“The ever-popular Pops Concert will be Thursday May 31st at 7pm in the Richard Brunelle Theater, featuring Concert Choir, Madrigal Singers and the Advance Treble Choir. It’s an all-new explosive show! Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the door, pre-sale available at Watermelon Music; Avid Reader Active or visit the online store at davismadrigals.com”

 

Attention ALL Seniors!

Be sure to get your Grad Night ticket before the prices go up. You only have 8 MORE DAYS for pre-sale tickets. Tickets are on sale on-line until midnight May 30th for $85.00 at www.davisgradnight.org or you can buy the tickets in person after the senior assembly on Wednesday outside the gym. After that, tickets will ONLY be available at the door for $100.00. This is an amazing night and worth every penny! Food and entertainment… everything is included in the price. This will be the last night the class of 2018 has to celebrate together so… hurry up and buy your tickets!

 

CLUBS:

Spanish Language and Culture Club is having its end-of-the-year party during lunch on Thursday, May 24th, in room O-6. Bring food to share, if you can, and be sure to celebrate!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 near the elevator. We will be counting our discussion on stereotypes and language from last week.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  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!

APUSH Meeting for incoming juniors

All students signed up for AP US History next year need to come to a mandatory meeting at the beginning of lunch next Wed, May 30th in the library.  Please bring your student ID in order to check out the textbook and receive the Summer Assignment. The meeting starts at 12:20pm. See you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/23/18




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Yesterday evening, Da Vinci High students and parents reported a concerning message posted to social media threatening a school shooting today. The Da Vinci administration received copies of this post and worked through the night with DJUSD Administration and the Davis Police Department to address the matter. While this investigation is ongoing we can confirm that the student that posted the message has been identified and will not be present on campus today. All schools in the Davis Joint Unified School District, including Da Vinci High School and the Valley Oak Preschool Programs are open today.

 

DJUSD Administrative personnel and Davis Police Department will be present on the Da Vinci High campus today to ensure student and staff well-being safety and address any questions they have. If you have information that might be helpful to the investigation, please contact Davis Police directly at 530-747-5400 and press "0" to reach Dispatch.

 

We understand that there are many students and families across our district that may share concerns about this matter. If you feel that your child needs support, please contact your school principal.

 

Student safety and the security of our schools is our top priority. We thank you for your support of students, staff and schools.

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 5/22/18




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Happy Classified School Employees Week! Classified employees do the critical work that keeps our schools safe, clean and efficient. We are grateful to each one of them as they work to students every day. Classified employees include our food service workers, groundskeepers, custodians, maintenance and operations team, office and technical staff, paraeducators, and more.   #Love4DJUSDstaff

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 5/21/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 22, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1939 - Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini signed a military alliance between Germany and Italy known as the "Pact of Steel."

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting at 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

ATHLETICS:

BLUE DEVIL BRICKS

Build Blue Devil Pride, One Brick at a Time!

The new DAVIS BLUE DEVIL ATHLETIC BOOSTERS invite you to support all of our high school athletes with the purchase of a memorial brick. Bricks will be installed at the Steve Larsen Bike Plaza (in between the stadium and gym) and will honor your future, past or present athlete, musician, scientist or artist! Visit the Booster website for more information about this new group or to purchase your brick:  http://bluedevilboosters.org/   Deadline for ordering bricks:  June 1st.

 

There will be a girls Water Polo informational meeting for next fall on Wednesday, May 23rd 6-8pm in A-3, Mr. Wright A.P. Art History room.

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Jazz -N-Pops Concert on June 2!

Join us for the Jazz Choir's final concert of the year on June 2 at Brunelle at 7pm. Our Jazz-N-Pops concert showcases our hard work and features popular songs and elaborate choreography. Tickets will be available at the door starting at 6:30pm.

 

Attention ALL Seniors!

Be sure to get your Grad Night ticket before the prices go up. Tickets are on sale on-line until midnight May 30th for $85.00 at www.davisgradnight.org or you can buy the tickets in person after the senior assembly on Wednesday outside the gym. After that, tickets will ONLY be available at the door for $100.00. This is an amazing night and worth every penny! Food and entertainment… actually everything is included in the price. This will be the last night the class of 2018 has to celebrate together so… hurry up and buy your tickets!

 

Seniors - Grad Night is next month and time is running out to buy your tickets! 

About 90% of the graduating class attends Grad Night. Tickets are still available for $85 at davisgradnight.org, but only until May 30. After that, you will only be able to buy tickets at the door for $100. A single ticket guarantees that you can enjoy all of the activities — including arcade games, casino, hypnotist show, inflatables, henna tattoos and raffles (with big prizes!) — plus a café with unlimited food and beverages served all night long. All graduating seniors are invited to attend Grad Night - 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. Contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com with ticket questions. Wondering who will be at Grad Night? Click here to see the hundreds of seniors who have already gotten their tickets. And don't forget to submit your wallet-size digital Kindergarten head shot photo to Jenifer Perkins at first2go@mac.com.

 

Seniors, there will be a very important Senior Assembly on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:40am in the North Gym!  During this assembly, you will receive important information regarding prom, senior awards night, grad night, graduation, and more!  Cap/gown/tassel units will be distributed at the end of the assembly.

 

Yearbooks will be here on Tuesday, May 29th! Check to see if you bought one by looking at the list outside the Finance Office. You can still buy one for the current price of $120.

 

CLUBS:

Support the American Red Cross by stopping by Blaze Pizza 212 F Street between 5:30pm – 8:30pm this Wednesday the 23rd be sure to bring flyer or a picture of a flyer to show the cashier!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  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!

 

Do you want to learn about chemistry, anthropology, archaeology, biology, neuroscience and comparative literature majors at UCD?  Join Inspire to Aspire UCD mentors on Wednesday, May 23 at 2:30 in the All Student Center.Professors from UCD will do a panel presentation on these majors.  The first 20 students will receive a free copy of Stephen Covey’s bestseller: “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens.”

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/23 Senior Assembly, 11:40 North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/21/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 21, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1819 - Bicycles were first seen in the U.S. in New York City. They were originally known as "swift walkers."

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

ATHLETICS:

Boys Golf Varsity vs Norcals                                          dismiss: all day select roster

 

BLUE DEVIL BRICKS

Build Blue Devil Pride, One Brick at a Time!

The new DAVIS BLUE DEVIL ATHLETIC BOOSTERS invite you to support all of our high school athletes with the purchase of a memorial brick. Bricks will be installed at the Steve Larsen Bike Plaza (in between the stadium and gym) and will honor your future, past or present athlete, musician, scientist or artist! Visit the Booster website for more information about this new group or to purchase your brick:  http://bluedevilboosters.org/   Deadline for ordering bricks:  June 1st.

 

There will be a girls Water Polo informational meeting for next fall on Wednesday, May 23rd 6-8pm in A-3, Mr. Wright A.P. Art History room.

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors - Grad Night is next month and time is running out to buy your tickets! 

About 90% of the graduating class attends Grad Night. Tickets are still available for $85 at davisgradnight.org, but only until May 30. After that, you will only be able to buy tickets at the door for $100. A single ticket guarantees that you can enjoy all of the activities — including arcade games, casino, hypnotist show, inflatables, henna tattoos and raffles (with big prizes!) — plus a café with unlimited food and beverages served all night long. All graduating seniors are invited to attend Grad Night - 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. Contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com with ticket questions. Wondering who will be at Grad Night? Click here to see the hundreds of seniors who have already gotten their tickets. And don't forget to submit your wallet-size digital Kindergarten head shot photo to Jenifer Perkins at first2go@mac.com.

 

Seniors, there will be a very important Senior Assembly on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:40am in the North Gym!  During this assembly, you will receive important information regarding prom, senior awards night, grad night, graduation, and more!  Cap/gown/tassel units will be distributed at the end of the assembly.

 

Yearbooks will be here on Tuesday, May 29th! Check to see if you bought one by looking at the list outside the Finance Office. You can still buy one for the current price of $120.

 

CLUBS:

Juniors enrolled in the AP English Literature and Composition course for the 2018-19 year will not be assigned a summer reading assignment.

 

Support the American Red Cross by stopping by Blaze Pizza 212 F Street between 5:30pm – 8:30pm this Wednesday the 23rd be sure to bring flyer or a picture of a flyer to show the cashier!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  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!

 

Do you want to learn about chemistry, anthropology, archaeology, biology, neuroscience and comparative literature majors at UCD?  Join Inspire to Aspire UCD mentors on Wednesday, May 23 at 2:30 in the All Student Center.Professors from UCD will do a panel presentation on these majors.  The first 20 students will receive a free copy of Stephen Covey’s bestseller: “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens.”

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/23 Senior Assembly, 11:40 North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/18/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 18, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1917 - The U.S. Congress passed the Selective Service act, which called up soldiers to fight in World War I.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator. We will be watching some videos and discussing teacher education.

 

ATHLETICS:

Swimming – CA State Championships, Trials @ Clovis West H.S., Fresno                                        All-day

Track and Field - SJS D1 Championships Trials @ Elk Grove H.S., TBA

 

BLUE DEVIL BRICKS

Build Blue Devil Pride, One Brick at a Time!

The new DAVIS BLUE DEVIL ATHLETIC BOOSTERS invite you to support all of our high school athletes with the purchase of a memorial brick. Bricks will be installed at the Steve Larsen Bike Plaza (in between the stadium and gym) and will honor your future, past or present athlete, musician, scientist or artist! Visit the Booster website for more information about this new group or to purchase your brick:  http://bluedevilboosters.org/   Deadline for ordering bricks:  June 1st.

 

There will be a girls Water Polo informational meeting for next fall on Wednesday, May 23rd 6-8pm in A-3, Mr. Wright A.P. Art History room.

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors - Grad Night is next month and time is running out to buy your tickets! 

About 90% of the graduating class attends Grad Night. Tickets are still available for $85 at davisgradnight.org, but only until May 30. After that, you will only be able to buy tickets at the door for $100. A single ticket guarantees that you can enjoy all of the activities — including arcade games, casino, hypnotist show, inflatables, henna tattoos and raffles (with big prizes!) — plus a café with unlimited food and beverages served all night long. All graduating seniors are invited to attend Grad Night - 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. Contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com with ticket questions. Wondering who will be at Grad Night? Click here to see the hundreds of seniors who have already gotten their tickets. And don't forget to submit your wallet-size digital Kindergarten head shot photo to Jenifer Perkins at first2go@mac.com.

 

Seniors, there will be a very important Senior Assembly on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:40am in the North Gym!  During this assembly, you will receive important information regarding prom, senior awards night, grad night, graduation, and more!  Cap/gown/tassel units will be distributed at the end of the assembly.

Yearbooks will be here on Tuesday, May 29th! Check to see if you bought one by looking at the list outside the Finance Office. You can still buy one for the current price of $120.

 

CLUBS:

Juniors enrolled in the AP English Literature and Composition course for the 2018-19 year will not be assigned a summer reading assignment.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  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!

 

Do you want to learn about chemistry, anthropology, archaeology, biology, neuroscience and comparative literature majors at UCD?  Join Inspire to Aspire UCD mentors on Wednesday, May 23 at 2:30 in the All Student Center.

 

Professors from UCD will do a panel presentation on these majors.  The first 20 students will receive a free copy of Stephen Covey’s bestseller: “7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens.”

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/23 Senior Assembly, 11:40 North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Published: 5/17/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 17, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1946 - U.S. President Truman seized control of the nation's railroads, delaying a threatened strike by engineers and trainmen.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served w/ Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.  

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Interested in Davis High Cross Country this Fall? Students who will be in grades 9-12 next year are invited to an information meeting in the DHS library at 7:00pm. Parents invited too! Questions? Visit the Cross Country website: www.davisxc.com

The 9th Annual RSJ Research Symposium will be held from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. in the North Gym.  Students from the (9) sections of RSJ will presenting their research projects.  Starting at 6 p.m. one group will do a formal presentation of their work.

 

English Learner Advisory Committee—Upcoming Reclassification Celebration

DHS has many amazing bilingual students on our campus. Some of these brilliant scholars come with one language and develop their second (English) during their time at DHS. Our English Learner Advisory (ELAC)Committee will meet at 5:30 pm to celebrate the four Davis High School students who are reclassifying Fluent English Proficient this year. All are welcome!

 

ATHLETICS:

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet.

 

Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience, are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors - Grad Night is next month and time is running out to buy your tickets! 

About 90% of the graduating class attends Grad Night. Tickets are still available for $85 at davisgradnight.org, but only until May 30. After that, you will only be able to buy tickets at the door for $100. A single ticket guarantees that you can enjoy all of the activities — including arcade games, casino, hypnotist show, inflatables, henna tattoos and raffles (with big prizes!) — plus a café with unlimited food and beverages served all night long. All graduating seniors are invited to attend Grad Night - 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. Contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com with ticket questions. Wondering who will be at Grad Night? Click here to see the hundreds of seniors who have already gotten their tickets. And don't forget to submit your wallet-size digital Kindergarten head shot photo to Jenifer Perkins at first2go@mac.com.

 

Seniors, there will be a very important Senior Assembly on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:40am in the North Gym!  During this assembly, you will receive important information regarding prom, senior awards night, grad night, graduation, and more!  Cap/gown/tassel units will be distributed at the end of the assembly.

 

CLUBS:

Juniors enrolled in the AP English Literature and Composition course for the 2018-19 year will not be assigned a summer reading assignment.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/23 Senior Assembly, 11:40 North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Published: 5/16/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 16, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1866 - The U.S. Congress authorized the first 5-cent piece to be minted.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

ATHLETICS:

Track and Field - SJS D1 Championships Trials @ Elk Grove H.S., TBA

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet.

 

Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience, are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

Interested in Davis High Cross Country this Fall? Students who will be in grades 9-12 next year are invited to an information meeting on Thursday, May 17 in the DHS library at 7:00pm. Parents invited too! Questions? Visit the Cross Country website: www.davisxc.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors - Grad Night is next month and time is running out to buy your tickets! 

About 90% of the graduating class attends Grad Night. Tickets are still available for $85 at davisgradnight.org, but only until May 30. After that, you will only be able to buy tickets at the door for $100. A single ticket guarantees that you can enjoy all of the activities — including arcade games, casino, hypnotist show, inflatables, henna tattoos and raffles (with big prizes!) — plus a café with unlimited food and beverages served all night long. All graduating seniors are invited to attend Grad Night - 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. Contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com with ticket questions. Wondering who will be at Grad Night? Click here to see the hundreds of seniors who have already gotten their tickets. And don't forget to submit your wallet-size digital Kindergarten head shot photo to Jenifer Perkins at first2go@mac.com.

 

Seniors, there will be a very important Senior Assembly on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:40am in the North Gym!  During this assembly, you will receive important information regarding prom, senior awards night, grad night, graduation, and more!  Cap/gown/tassel units will be distributed at the end of the assembly.

 

CLUBS:

The 9th Annual RSJ Research Symposium will be held from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. on May 17th in the North Gym.  Students from the (9) sections of RSJ will presenting their research projects.  Starting at 6 p.m. one group will do a formal presentation of their work.

 

English Learner Advisory Committee—Upcoming Reclassification Celebration

DHS has many amazing bilingual students on our campus. Some of these brilliant scholars come with one language and develop their second (English) during their time at DHS. Our English Learner Advisory (ELAC)Committee will meet this Thursday at 5:30 pm to celebrate the four Davis High School students who are reclassifying Fluent English Proficient this year. All are welcome!

 

Juniors enrolled in the AP English Literature and Composition course for the 2018-19 year will not be assigned a summer reading assignment.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory Committee –Upcoming Reclassification, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/17 RSJ Symposium, 4:00 - 6:30 pm North Gym

5/23 Senior Assembly, 11:40 North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Published: 5/15/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 15, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1930 - Ellen Church became the first female flight attendant.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Interested in learning more about the Girls Varsity & JV tennis teams? Please come to an informational meeting at 5:15pm. Meet at DHS under the solar panels between the tennis courts and theatre. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Sally Hosley at sallyhosley@hotmail.com

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Baseball playoff vs Modesto – 4:00

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet.

 

Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience, are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

Interested in Davis High Cross Country this Fall? Students who will be in grades 9-12 next year are invited to an information meeting on Thursday, May 17 in the DHS library at 7:00pm. Parents invited too! Questions? Visit the Cross Country website: www.davisxc.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

Seniors, there will be a very important Senior Assembly on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:40am in the North Gym!  During this assembly, you will receive important information regarding prom, senior awards night, grad night, graduation, and more!  Cap/gown/tassel units will be distributed at the end of the assembly.

 

CLUBS:

The 9th Annual RSJ Research Symposium will be held from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. on May 17th in the North Gym.  Students from the (9) sections of RSJ will presenting their research projects.  Starting at 6 p.m. one group will do a formal presentation of their work.

 

English Learner Advisory Committee—Upcoming Reclassification Celebration

DHS has many amazing bilingual students on our campus. Some of these brilliant scholars come with one language and develop their second (English) during their time at DHS. Our English Learner Advisory (ELAC)Committee will meet this Thursday at 5:30 pm to celebrate the four Davis High School students who are reclassifying Fluent English Proficient this year. All are welcome!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory Committee –Upcoming Reclassification, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/17 RSJ Symposium, 4:00 - 6:30 pm North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Published: 5/14/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 14, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1897 - Guglielmo Marconi made the first communication by wireless telegraph.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/Brown Rice & Veggies.

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

It’s Spring Football Time. All student athletes interested in playing football for DSH this coming year attend our spring football practices starting today at 3:45pm in the football team room. No equipment necessary just shorts, a shirt, cleats or running shoes.

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Softball playoff game @ Vacaville – 4:00          dismissal: 1:45V

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet.

 

Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience, are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

Interested in learning more about the Girls Varsity & JV tennis teams? Please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 15 at 5:15pm. Meet at DHS under the solar panels between the tennis courts and theatre. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Sally Hosley at sallyhosley@hotmail.com

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

Interested in Davis High Cross Country this Fall? Students who will be in grades 9-12 next year are invited to an information meeting on Thursday, May 17 in the DHS library at 7:00pm. Parents invited too! Questions? Visit the Cross Country website: www.davisxc.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

Seniors, there will be a very important Senior Assembly on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:40am in the North Gym!  During this assembly you will receive important information regarding prom, senior awards night, grad night, graduation, and more!  Cap/gown/tassel units will be distributed at the end of the assembly.

 

CLUBS:

The 9th Annual RSJ Research Symposium will be held from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. on May 17th in the North Gym.  Students from the (9) sections of RSJ will presenting their research projects.  Starting at 6 p.m. one group will do a formal presentation of their work.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/17 RSJ Symposium, 4:00 - 6:30 pm North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/02 Jazz & Pops Concert – Jazz Choir, 7pm Brunelle Theater

6/06 Locker Clean-Out Day / Campus-Wide

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Published: 5/11/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 11, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1858 - Minnesota was admitted as the 32nd U.S. state.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.  

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Hey Devils! Come to the Powderpuff Football Game at 5:30 to cheer on the Junior and Senior Teams! There will be a SPECIAL cheer routine, and a fun game, so be there!

Hey CSF! Our second to last meeting this year is today in room P-23 at lunch. If you still need to come to 1 or 2 meetings this semester for your active lifetime membership, this could be your last chance. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator.

 

ATHLETICS:

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet.

Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience, are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

Interested in learning more about the Girls Varsity & JV tennis teams? Please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 15 at 5:15pm. Meet at DHS under the solar panels between the tennis courts and theatre. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Sally Hosley at sallyhosley@hotmail.com

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

It’s Spring Football Time. All student athletes interested in playing football for DSH this coming year attend our spring football practices starting Monday May 14th at 3:45pm in the football team room. No equipment necessary just shorts, a shirt, cleats or running shoes.

 

Interested in Davis High Cross Country this Fall? Students who will be in grades 9-12 next year are invited to an information meeting on Thursday, May 17 in the DHS library at 7:00pm. Parents invited too! Questions? Visit the Cross Country website: www.davisxc.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

Seniors, there will be a very important Senior Assembly on Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 11:40am in the North Gym!  During this assembly you will receive important information regarding prom, senior awards night, grad night, graduation, and more!  Cap/gown/tassel units will be distributed at the end of the assembly.

 

CLUBS:

The 9th Annual RSJ Research Symposium will be held from 4:00 to 6:30 p.m. on May 17th in the North Gym.  Students from the (9) sections of RSJ will presenting their research projects.  Starting at 6 p.m. one group will do a formal presentation of their work.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/17 RSJ Symposium, 4:00 - 6:30 pm North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/10/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 10, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1773 - The English Parliament passed the Tea Act, which taxed all tea in the U.S. colonies.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Interested in learning and talking about Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies? Come to P-23 during lunch and meet with the Cryptocurrency Club!

 

ATHLETICS:

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

Hey Devils! Come to the Powderpuff Football Game this Friday, May 11th, at 5:30 to cheer on the Junior and Senior Teams! There will be a SPECIAL cheer routine, and a fun game, so be there!

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience, are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

Interested in learning more about the Girls Varsity & JV tennis teams? Please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 15 at 5:15pm. Meet at DHS under the solar panels between the tennis courts and theatre. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Sally Hosley at sallyhosley@hotmail.com

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic

Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon

Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000

$20 benefits Davis High Athletics

Please bring a Sports Physical Examination Form  completed, signed by a parent/guardian  in order to participate in the clinic. Available on Athletics page, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Dear DHS, Staff and Parents: Please nominate an educator you think is most deserving of the Honor of Floyd Fenocchio Memorial Educator of the Year. Please pick up an application at the front office and return you nomination with an attached description/ explanation of your nominee to Kate Prien, Site Secretary no later than noon on Friday, May 11, 2018. The finalist will receive the award at the Senior Awards Ceremony on May 29th.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

CLUBS:

This year, 6 students from DHS a record number qualified for Speech and Debate Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Help support Juhye Mun, Cedric Hughes, Albert Hu, Avery Keller, Anna Seahill, Lucia Moretti and Elise Turkovich by donating to our Gofundme account tittle “DHS Speech & Debate to Nationals”

 

it’s Spirit Week! Thursday: Nike vs Adidas and Friday: is class color day (seniors blue, juniors white, and sophomores black) Also game day for Powderpuff 5:30!

 

Hey CSF! Our second to last meeting this year is this Friday, May 11th in room P-23 at lunch. If you still need to come to 1 or 2 meetings this semester for your active lifetime membership, this could be your last chance. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator.

 

The 9th Annual RSJ Research Symposium will be held from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on May 17th in the North Gym.  Students from the (9) sections of RSJ will presenting their research projects.  Starting at 6 p.m. one group will do a formal presentation of their work.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/17 RSJ Symposium, 4:00 - 6:30 pm North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/9/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 9, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1429 - Joan of Arc defeated the besieging English at Orleans.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/Cajun Fries.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Join the Black Student Union for a movie viewing of the great debaters in the All Student Center from 6pm-9pm.  This event is free to attend, but donations are accepted and greatly appreciated. Refreshments will be sold!

 

Learn more about yearbook at a meeting today at lunch in L-28. Hear about leadership and training opportunities.

 

ATHLETICS:

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet.

 

Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

Hey Devils! Come to the Powderpuff Football Game this Friday, May 11th, at 5:30 to cheer on the Junior and Senior Teams! There will be a SPECIAL cheer routine, and a fun game, so be there!

With the permission of AD Lorenson, we have the opportunity to provide DHS singers the chance to SING THE NATIONAL ANTHEM before football games. SIGN-UPS are happening NOW. Interested groups or individuals with singing experience, are encouraged to contact TRACY DEWIT @ tracydewit@gmail.com for further details.

 

Interested in learning more about the Girls Varsity & JV tennis teams? Please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday, May 15 at 5:15pm. Meet at DHS under the solar panels between the tennis courts and theatre. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Sally Hosley at sallyhosley@hotmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Dear DHS, Staff and Parents: Please nominate an educator you think is most deserving of the Honor of Floyd Fenocchio Memorial Educator of the Year. Please pick up an application at the front office and return you nomination with an attached description/ explanation of your nominee to Kate Prien, Site Secretary no later than noon on Friday, May 11, 2018. The finalist will receive the award at the Senior Awards Ceremony on May 29th.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

 

CLUBS:

This year, 6 students from DHS a record number qualified for Speech and Debate Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Help support Juhye Mun, Cedric Hughes, Albert Hu, Avery Keller, Anna Seahill, Lucia Moretti and Elise Turkovich by donating to our Gofundme account tittle “DHS Speech & Debate to Nationals”

 

Interested in learning and talking about Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies? Come to P-23 during lunch on Thursday and meet with the Cryptocurrency Club!

 

it’s Spirit Week! Wednesday= Jersey day, Thursday: Nike vs Adidas and Friday: is class color day (seniors blue, juniors white, and sophomores black) Also game day for Powderpuff 5:30!

 

Hey CSF! Our second to last meeting this year is this Friday, May 11th in room P-23 at lunch. If you still need to come to 1 or 2 meetings this semester for your active lifetime membership, this could be your last chance. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator.

 

The 9th Annual RSJ Research Symposium will be held from 4 to 6:30 p.m. on May 17th in the North Gym.  Students from the (9) sections of RSJ will presenting their research projects.  Starting at 6 p.m. one group will do a formal presentation of their work.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/17 RSJ Symposium, 4:00 - 6:30 pm North Gym

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/8/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 8, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1945 - U.S. President Harry Truman announced that World War II had ended in Europe.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

ATHLETICS:

Baseball Varsity @ Grant “Senior Day”, 4:00              dismiss: 1:30

Boys Golf Varsity Section playoff – all day                    dismiss:  all day select roster

Baseball Varsity vs Grant, 4:00

Softball Varsity vs Grant, 4:00                                      dismiss: 2:10V

Boys Varsity Tennis Section team playoffs TBA

Boys Varsity Volleyball playoff match @ Nevada Union -7:00

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

Hey Devils! Come to the Poderpuff Football Game this Friday, May 11th, at 5:30 to cheer on the Junior and Senior Teams! There will be a SPECIAL cheer routine, and a fun game, so be there!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Dear DHS, Staff and Parents: Please nominate an educator you think is most deserving of the Honor of Floyd Fenocchio Memorial Educator of the Year. Please pick up an application at the front office and return you nomination with an attached description/ explanation of your nominee to Kate Prien, Site Secretary no later than noon on Friday, May 11, 2018. The finalist will receive the award at the Senior Awards Ceremony on May 29th.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

Add yearbook to your class schedule and be a part of something big! See your counselor today if you are interested in becoming part of the yearbook family.

 

CLUBS:

This year, 6 students from DHS a record number qualified for Speech and Debate Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Help support Juhye Mun, Cedric Hughes, Albert Hu, Avery Keller, Anna Seahill, Lucia Moretti and Elise Turkovich by donating to our Gofundme account tittle “DHS Speech & Debate to Nationals”

 

The DHS Freedom from Hunger Club will be collecting personal hygiene items to donate to the River City Food Bank. They will be collecting until May 9th, 8:00am – 8:40am in L-25. All donations are appreciated!

 

Join the Black Student Union for a movie viewing of the great debaters in the All Student Center on Wednesday, May 9th, From 6pm-9pm.  This event is free to attend, but donations are accepted and greatly appreciated. Refreshments will be sold!

 

Interested in learning and talking about Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies? Come to P-23 during lunch on Thursday and meet with the Cryptocurrency Club!

 

Wednesday May 9th is Bike to School Day so hop on your bike, enjoy this beautiful weather, and be on the lookout for some treats. First 200 cyclers arriving at either bike racks by the A Buildings or Brunelle Theater will get bagels with cream cheese. 

 

it’s Spirit Week! Tuesday = Tank Top and Flip Flops, Wednesday= Jersey day , Thursday: Nike vs Adidas and Friday: is class color day (Seniors blue, Juniors white, and Sophomores black) Also game day for Powderpuff 5:30!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/7/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 7, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1975 - U.S. President Ford declared an end to the Vietnam War.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

ATHLETICS:

Baseball Varsity @ Grant, 4:00                                                          dismiss: 1:30

Softball vs Pleasant Grove, 4:00                                                        dismiss: 2:10

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Dear DHS, Staff and Parents: Please nominate an educator you think is most deserving of the Honor of Floyd Fenocchio Memorial Educator of the Year. Please pick up an application at the front office and return you nomination with an attached description/ explanation of your nominee to Kate Prien, Site Secretary no later than noon on Friday, May 11, 2018. The finalist will receive the award at the Senior Awards Ceremony on May 29th.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

Add yearbook to your class schedule and be a part of something big! See your counselor today if you are interested in becoming part of the yearbook family.

 

CLUBS:

This year, 6 students from DHS a record number qualified for Speech and Debate Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Help support Juhye Mun, Cedric Hughes, Albert Hu, Avery Keller, Anna Seahill, Lucia Moretti and Elise Turkovich by donating to our Gofundme account tittle “DHS Speech & Debate to Nationals”

 

The DHS Freedom from Hunger Club will be collecting personal hygiene items to donate to the River City Food Bank. They will be collecting May 2nd and May 9th, 8:00am – 8:40am in L-25. All donations are appreciated!

 

Join the Black Student Union for a movie viewing of the great debaters in the All Student Center on Wednesday, May 9th, From 6pm-9pm.  This event is free to attend, but donations are accepted and greatly appreciated. Refreshments will be sold!

 

Interested in learning and talking about Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies? Come to P-23 during lunch on Thursday and meet with the Cryptocurrency Club!

 

Wednesday May 9th is Bike to School Day so hop on your bike, enjoy this beautiful weather, and be on the lookout for some treats. First 200 cyclers arriving at either bike racks by the A Buildings or Brunelle Theater will get bagels with cream cheese. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/4/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 4, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1471 - In England, the Yorkists defeated the Landcastrians at the battle of Tewkesbury in the War of the Roses.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

Today is the last day to turn in your Link Crew applications. You can pick up an application at the front office desk, library and room L-20. This is your chance to make DHS a better place for all of our new Blue Devils.

 

This week a caravan of 200 Central Americans seeking asylum arrived at the US Southern border and are now confronting President’s Trump’s restrictive immigration policies. What is your opinion on the administration’s approach to immigration? To discuss, come to the DHS Politics Club at lunch in N-2.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! The GSA will be having officer elections during our meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21 on the second floor near the elevator.

 

ATHLETICS:

Dive – Girls Sections @ McClatchy                                    All-day: select roster

Frosh Baseball @ Franklin, 4:00                                                              

Varsity Baseball vs Franklin, 4:00

JV Baseball vs Franklin, 4:00                                                                 dismiss: 2:30

Girls Varsity Lacrosse @ Oakridge SVLL Championship –6:00            dismiss: 3:15

Boys Varsity Lacrosse @ Granite Bay SVLL Championship, 7:30

Boys Varsity Tennis section individual playoffs, 4:00                             dismiss: 2:30

Track and Field – Delta League Trials @ Monterey Trails HS, 2:00     dismiss: TBA

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Dear DHS, Staff and Parents: Please nominate an educator you think is most deserving of the Honor of Floyd Fenocchio Memorial Educator of the Year. Please pick up an application at the front office and return you nomination with an attached description/ explanation of your nominee to Kate Prien, Site Secretary no later than noon on Friday, May 11, 2018. The finalist will receive the award at the Senior Awards Ceremony on May 29th.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

The yearbook is looking for more staff members for the 2018-2019 school year! Our friendly class is an extracurricular that you can do during the school day. It is also a great activity to add to your college application. See your counselor about adding YEARBOOK to your schedule.

 

CLUBS:

This year, 6 students from DHS a record number qualified for Speech and Debate Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Help support Juhye Mun, Cedric Hughes, Albert Hu, Avery Keller, Anna Seahill, Lucia Moretti and Elise Turkovich by donating to our Gofundme account tittle “DHS Speech & Debate to Nationals”

 

The DHS Freedom from Hunger Club will be collecting personal hygiene items to donate to the River City Food Bank. They will be collecting May 2nd and May 9th, 8:00am – 8:40am in L-25. All donations are appreciated!

 

Join the Black Student Union for a movie viewing of the great debaters in the All Student Center on Wednesday, May 9th, From 6pm-9pm.  This event is free to attend, but donations are accepted and greatly appreciated. Refreshments will be sold!

 

CAREERS:

Putah Creek Council is offering restoration internships this summer on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from June 19-August 8.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns will receive a stipend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS:  Did you apply for a local scholarship?  Names of scholarship recipients are starting to arrive, so come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list of recipients!  The list is posted on the window of the Career Center and will be continually updated as scholarship recipient names are received.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/3/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 3, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1802 - Washington, DC, was incorporated as a city.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.   

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

During 5th period today in the library, the school nurse will be hosting a seminar called Let’s Talk About Sex – Rights, Resources and Responsibilities. All students are welcome, unless you have a test that period or your parents have opted out. Absences will be excused.

ATHLETICS:

Frosh Baseball vs Franklin, 4:00                                                                                     

Varsity Baseball @ Franklin, 4:00                              dismiss: 1:30

JV Baseball @ Franklin, 4:00                                     dismiss: 1:30

Softball @ Franklin, 4:00                                           dismiss: 1:30

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Dear DHS, Staff and Parents: Please nominate an educator you think is most deserving of the Honor of Floyd Fenocchio Memorial Educator of the Year. Please pick up an application at the front office and return you nomination with an attached description/ explanation of your nominee to Kate Prien, Site Secretary no later than noon on Friday, May 11, 2018. The finalist will receive the award at the Senior Awards Ceremony on May 29th.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

 

The yearbook is looking for more staff members for the 2018-2019 school year! Our friendly class is an extracurricular that you can do during the school day. It is also a great activity to add to your college application. See your counselor about adding YEARBOOK to your schedule.

 

CLUBS:

May 4th is Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

This year, 6 students from DHS a record number qualified for Speech and Debate Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Help support Juhye Mun, Cedric Hughes, Albert Hu, Avery Keller, Anna Seahill, Lucia Moretti and Elise Turkovich by donating to our Gofundme account tittle “DHS Speech & Debate to Nationals”

 

Link Crew applications deadline has been extended to May 4th. You can pick up an application at the front office desk, library and room L-20. This is your chance to make DHS a better place for all of our new Blue Devils.

 

The DHS Freedom from Hunger Club will be collecting personal hygiene items to donate to the River City Food Bank. They will be collecting May 2nd and May 9th, 8:00am – 8:40am in L-25. All donations are appreciated!

 

This week a caravan of 200 Central Americans seeking asylum arrived at the US Southern border and are now confronting President’s Trump’s restrictive immigration policies. What is your opinion on the administration’s approach to immigration? To discuss, come to the DHS Politics Club this Friday at lunch in N-2.

 

CAREERS:

Putah Creek Council is offering restoration internships this summer on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from June 19-August 8.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns will receive a stipend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

SENIORS:  Did you apply for a local scholarship?  Names of scholarship recipients are starting to arrive, so come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list of recipients!  The list is posted on the window of the Career Center and will be continually updated as scholarship recipient names are received.

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/4 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – 6pm.

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 5/2/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 2, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1670 - The Hudson Bay Company was founded by England's King Charles II.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.  

ATHLETICS:

Boys JV Volleyball vs Grant, 5:00

Boys Varsity Volleyball vs Grant (Senior Night), 6:00

Boys Varsity Tennis section team playoffs TBD

 

All 10th & 11th grade girls interested in trying out for DHS Girls Volleyball in the Fall, please attend the player/parent info meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 5pm, in the DHS south gym.  Contact Coach Julie Crawford for any additional info at jcrawford@djusd.net

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Sign up for Advance Education: Receive college credit while in high school. CA residents only $15 for a full college class. Attend one of the three sessions to learn more and sign up. It will take place on May 3rd from 12:10pm – 2:45pm @ the DSHS East Conference Room. Requirements: 2.7 GPA, at least 16 years old or 10th grade completed Principal or Counselor Permission. For further info, contact Mrs. Kellie Sequeira.

 

Dear DHS, Staff and Parents: Please nominate an educator you think is most deserving of the Honor of Floyd Fenocchio Memorial Educator of the Year. Please pick up an application at the front office and return you nomination with an attached description/ explanation of your nominee to Kate Prien, Site Secretary no later than noon on Friday, May 11, 2018. The finalist will receive the award at the Senior Awards Ceremony on May 29th.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

As part of our DHS Student Health Wellness Program This Thursday, May 3rd, the school nurse will be hosting a seminar called Let’s Talk About Sex – Rights, Resources and Responsibilities, during 5th period in the library. All students are welcome, unless you have a test that period or your parents have opted out. Absences will be excused. 

 

CLUBS:

May 4th is Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

This year, 6 students from DHS a record number qualified for Speech and Debate Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Help support Juhye Mun, Cedric Hughes, Albert Hu, Avery Keller, Anna Seahill, Lucia Moretti and Elise Turkovich by donating to our Gofundme account tittle “DHS Speech & Debate to Nationals”

 

Link Crew applications deadline has been extended to May 4th. You can pick up an application at the front office desk, library and room L-20. This is your chance to make DHS a better place for all of our new Blue Devils.

 

The DHS Freedom from Hunger Club will be collecting personal hygiene items to donate to the River City Food Bank. They will be collecting May 2nd and May 9th, 8:00am – 8:40am in L-25. All donations are appreciated!

 

CAREERS:

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 Scholarships” list so we can include your scholarship in the Senior Awards Night program.

 

Putah Creek Council is offering restoration internships this summer on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings from June 19-August 8.  Participants work in a native plant nursery and learn about habitat restoration, native plant landscaping, nursery management and more.  Interns will receive a stipend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS:  Did you apply for a local scholarship?  Names of scholarship recipients are starting to arrive, so come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list of recipients!  The list is posted on the window of the Career Center and will be continually updated as scholarship recipient names are received.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/4 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – 6pm.

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

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Published: 5/1/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 1, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1905 - In New York, radium was tested as a cure for cancer.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.  

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

DaVinci is having an Outdoor Concert @ 6pm. We are looking for Performers and music lovers. The entrance fee is $5 dollars. Any questions contact Rebecca.whittman@djusdk12ca.org

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity – SVLL Playoffs/TBD                                                   

Frosh Baseball @ Elk Grove, 4:00                                                                                    

Varsity Baseball vs Elk Grove, 4:00

JV Baseball vs Elk Grove, 4:00                                                   dismiss: 2:30

Softball @ Sheldon, 4:00                                                            dismiss: 1:30

Boys Lacrosse Varsity @ Jesuit, 5:00                                        dismiss: 2:30

Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs Granite Bay, 7:30                            

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Sign up for Advance Education: Receive college credit while in high school. CA residents only $15 for a full college class. Attend one of the three sessions to learn more and sign up. It will take place on May 3rd from 12:10pm – 2:45pm @ the DSHS East Conference Room. Requirements: 2.7 GPA, at least 16 years old or 10th grade completed Principal or Counselor Permission. For further info, contact Mrs. Kellie Sequeira.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

As part of our DHS Student Health Wellness Program This Thursday, May 3rd, the school nurse will be hosting a seminar called Let’s Talk About Sex – Rights, Resources and Responsibilities, during 5th period in the library. All students are welcome, unless you have a test that period or your parents have opted out. Absences will be excused. 

 

CLUBS:

May 4th is Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

This year, 6 students from DHS a record number qualified for Speech and Debate Nationals in Fort Lauderdale, Florida! Help support Juhye Mun, Cedric Hughes, Albert Hu, Avery Keller, Anna Seahill, Lucia Moretti and Elise Turkovich by donating to our Gofundme account tittle “DHS Speech & Debate to Nationals”

 

Link Crew applications deadline has been extended to May 4th. You can pick up an application at the front office desk, library and room L-20. This is your chance to make DHS a better place for all of our new Blue Devils.

 

CAREERS:

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 Scholarships” list so we can include your scholarship in the Senior Awards Night program.

 

SENIORS:  Did you apply for a local scholarship?  Names of scholarship recipients are starting to arrive, so come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list of recipients!  The list is posted on the window of the Career Center and will be continually updated as scholarship recipient names are received.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/4 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – 6pm.

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 4/30/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 30, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1789 - George Washington took office as first elected U.S. president.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.   

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Hey NHS! There will be a meeting held at lunch in S-12. We will announce new community service events and go over other information. See you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Golf JV vs SVGL @ Haggin Oaks (MacKenzie) - TBD

Boys Golf Varsity vs Delta #3 @ Ancil Hoffman GC-TBA

Boys Volleyball JV vs Kennedy, 5:00

Boys Volleyball Varsity vs Pleasant Grove, 6:00

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Sign up for Advance Education: Receive college credit while in high school. CA residents only $15 for a full college class. Attend one of the three sessions to learn more and sign up. It will take place on May 3rd from 12:10pm – 2:45pm @ the DSHS East Conference Room. Requirements: 2.7 GPA, at least 16 years old or 10th grade completed Principal or Counselor Permission. For further info, contact Mrs. Kellie Sequeira.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

As part of our DHS Student Health Wellness Program This Thursday, May 3rd, the school nurse will be hosting a seminar called Let’s Talk About Sex – Rights, Resources and Responsibilities, during 5th period in the library. All students are welcome, unless you have a test that period or your parents have opted out. Absences will be excused. 

 

CLUBS:

May 1st at 6pm, DaVinci is having an outdoor Concert. We are looking for performers and music lovers. The entrance fee is $5 dollars. Any questions contact Rebecca.whittman@djusdk12ca.org

 

May 4th is Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

CAREERS:

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 Scholarships” list so we can include your scholarship in the Senior Awards Night program.

 

SENIORS:  Did you apply for a local scholarship?  Names of scholarship recipients are starting to arrive, so come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list of recipients!  The list is posted on the window of the Career Center and will be continually updated as scholarship recipient names are received.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/1 School Climate Meeting

5/1 Bands Senior Concert, 7:30pm Brunelle Theater

5/4 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – 6pm.

5/4 Powderpuff Rally, Rally Schedule

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 4/27/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 27, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1938 - A colored baseball was used for the first time in any baseball game. The ball was yellow and was used between Columbia and Fordham Universities in New York City

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Ready to test your knowledge on Africa, the 1960’s, and pop- culture? Come join us from 6-8pm at the All Student Center for ACADECA’S very special Trivia Night! Student or staff admission is $5 dollars and general admission $7. Have fun answering trivia questions to win amazing prizes! See you there!

 

Are you interested in politics & current events? If so, come to N-2 this Friday for DHS Politics Club. See you there!

 

Everyone make sure to grab a HUB from your 4th period classes!

 

If you are interested in the United States Marines, come to the quad at lunch on Friday to speak with a Marine representative.

ATHLETICS:

Badminton – MEL Tournament - TBA

Girls Lacrosse vs Granite Bay, 5:30JV/7:30V

Boys Lacrosse @ Granite Bay, 5:30JV/7:30V                     dismiss: 2:30JV

Swimming – DVC Swimming Finals @ ARC,   All-day      dismiss: 1:30 Select roster

Frosh Baseball vs Elk Grove, 4:00                                     dismiss: 2:30

Varsity Baseball @ Elk Grove, 4:00                                   dismiss: 1:30

JV Baseball @ Elk Grove, 4:00                                          dismiss: 1:30

Frosh Baseball vs Elk Grove, 4:00

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Sign up for Advance Education: Receive college credit while in high school. CA residents only $15 for a full college class. Attend one of the three sessions to learn more and sign up. It will take place on May 3rd from 12:10pm – 2:45pm @ the DSHS East Conference Room. Requirements: 2.7 GPA, at least 16 years old or 10th grade completed Principal or Counselor Permission. For further info, contact Mrs. Kellie Sequeira.

 

All Hands on Deck! Grad Night is just a couple of months away...

Whether you have a senior this year, or will have one in the future, please consider helping make Grad Night a great night for our students! 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.

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

May 1st at 6pm, DaVinci is having an outdoor Concert. We are looking for performers and music lovers. The entrance fee is $5 dollars. Any questions contact Rebecca.whittman@djusdk12ca.org

 

May 4th is Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

Hey NHS! There will be a meeting held on Monday, April 30th at lunch in S-12. We will announce new community service events and go over other information. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

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 Scholarships” list so we can include your scholarship in the Senior Awards Night program.

 

SENIORS:  Did you apply for a local scholarship?  Names of scholarship recipients are starting to arrive, so come to the Career Center to see if your name is on the list of recipients!  The list is posted on the window of the Career Center and will be continually updated as scholarship recipient names are received.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/1 School Climate Meeting

5/1 Bands Senior Concert, 7:30pm Brunelle Theater

5/4 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – 6pm.

5/4 Powderpuff Rally, Rally Schedule

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 4/26/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 26, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1921 - Weather broadcasts were heard for the first time on radio in St. Louis, MO.

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw serve with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

College Night for Juniors and their parents at 7:00 p.m. starting in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  At College Night, juniors will learn about public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, scholarships, financial aid and more during breakout sessions.  Join us on April 26 to find out more about the process of applying to college!

ATHLETICS:

Swimming – DVC Swimming Trials @ ARC, All-day      dismiss: 12:00 select roster

Frosh Baseball vs Jesuit, 4:00                                         dismiss: 2:15

Varsity Baseball @ Jesuit, 4:00                                      dismiss: 1:30

JV Baseball @ Jesuit, 4:00                                            dismiss: 1:30

Frosh Baseball vs Jesuit, 4:00

Softball vs St. Francis, 4:00                                          dismiss: 2:10

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Sign up for Advance Education: Receive college credit while in high school. CA residents only $15 for a full college class. Attend one of the three sessions to learned more and sign up. It will take place on May 3rd from 12:10pm – 2:45pm @ the DSHS East Conference Room. Requirements: 2.7 GPA, at least 16 years old or 10th grade completed Principal or Counselor Permission. For further info, contact Mrs. Kellie Sequeira.

 

Seniors! Grad Night countdown is here!  Don’t forget to buy your tickets! Tickets are $85 until May 31: 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

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

The HUB is looking for a webmaster for the upcoming school year. The webmaster is recommended to have some basic experience with word press but that is not required, come to L-28 to apply.

 

May 1st at 6pm, DaVinci is having an outdoor Concert. We are looking for performers and music lovers. The entrance fee is $5 dollars. Any questions contact Rebecca.whittman@djusdk12ca.org

 

Ready to test your knowledge on Africa, the 1960’s, and pop- culture? Come join us from 6-8pm at the All Student Center this Friday for ACADECA’S very special Tricia Night! Student or staff admission is $5 dollars and general admission $7. Have fun answering trivia questions to win amazing prizes! See you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! This Friday is GLSEN’s Day of Silence, a student-led national event where people vow to stay silent to highlight the erasure of LGBTQ people at school. Come to the quad during lunch this week to take a vow of silence, or just participate on your own and as always, the GSA  will be having a meeting in Mr. Moore’s room P-21 on Friday during.

 

May 4th is Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

Are you interested in politics & current events? If so, come to N-2 this Friday for DHS Politics Club. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

College Night for Juniors and their parents is Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. starting in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  At College Night, juniors will learn about public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, scholarships, financial aid and more during breakout sessions.  Join us on April 26 to find out more about the process of applying to college.

 

If you are interested in the United States Marines, come to the quad at lunch on Friday to speak with a Marine representative.

 

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 Scholarships” list so we can include your scholarship in the Senior Awards Night program.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

5/1 School Climate Meeting

5/1 Bands Senior Concert, 7:30pm Brunelle Theater

5/4 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – 6pm.

5/4 Powderpuff Rally, Rally Schedule

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 4/25/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 25, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1990 - The U.S. Hubble Space Telescope was placed into Earth's orbit. It was released by the space shuttle Discovery.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Golf JV vs Rio Americano @ Haggin Oaks (Arcade), 3:30    dismiss: 1:45 select roster

Boys Golf Varsity vs Grant @ Davis Muni, 4:00                dismiss: 2:45 select roster

Boys Varsity Tennis - Delta League Doubles @ Rio Del Oro     dismiss: select roster

Boys Volleyball JV vs St. Patrick/St. Vincent @ SP/SV, 5:00       dismiss: 3:00

Boys Volleyball Varsity @ Franklin, 6:00

Boys JV Volleyball @ St. Patrick/St. Vincent, 5:00

Track & Field vs Franklin/Elk Grove, 3:30                                dismiss: 2:15

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

Athletes: If you have signed or will be signing a letter of intent to play a sport at the collegiate level, we want to celebrate you on May 30th @ 12:10pm in the Quad. Please stop by the athletic secretary desk in the main office to pick up your information sheet. Information sheets are due to the athletic department by May 23rd to participate in the event. All levels of college participation are encouraged to participate. If you have, any questions stop by and see us.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

Sign up for Advance Education: Receive college credit while in high school. CA residents only $15 for a full college class. Attend one of the three sessions to learned more and sign up. It will take place on May 3rd from 12:10pm – 2:45pm @ the DSHS East Conference Room. Requirements: 2.7 GPA, at least 16 years old or 10th grade completed, Principle or Counselor Permission. For further info, contact Mrs. Kellie Sequeira.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

The HUB is looking for a webmaster for the upcoming school year. The webmaster is recommended to have some basic experience with word press but that is not required, come to L-28 to apply.

May 1st at 6pm, DaVinci is having an outdoor Concert. We are looking for performers and music lovers. The entrance fee is $5 dollars. Any questions contact Rebecca.whittman@djusdk12ca.org

 

Ready to test your knowledge on Africa, the 1960’s, and pop- culture? Come join us from 6-8pm at the All Student Center this Friday for ACADECA’S very special Tricia Night! Student or staff admission is $5 dollars and general admission $7. Have fun answering trivia questions to win amazing prizes! See you there!

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! This Friday is GLSEN’s Day of Silence, a student-led national event where people vow to stay silent to highlight the erasure of LGBTQ people at school. Come to the quad during lunch this week to take a vow of silence, or just participate on your own and as always, the GSA  will be having a meeting in Mr. Moore’s room P-21 on Friday during.

 

This Friday is Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

CAREERS:

College Night for Juniors and their parents is Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. starting in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  At College Night, juniors will learn about public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, scholarships, financial aid and more during breakout sessions.  Join us on April 26 to find out more about the process of applying to college.

 

Juniors and seniors are invited to apply for a Leadership and Professional Development Spring Internship where you will gain experience in political campaign management and community engagement.  Come to the Career Center for an internship flyer.

The City of West Sacramento is offering its Summer STEPS full-time, paid student internship program where students will gain work experience with the City of West Sacramento.  Deadline to apply is April 30.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

If you are interested in attending Sacramento City College, come to the Career Center on Thursday April 26 after school at 2:40 pm to hear a Sacramento City College representative discuss when and how to apply, how to choose a major, paying for college and more!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

5/1 School Climate Meeting

5/1 Bands Senior Concert, 7:30pm Brunelle Theater

5/4 Powderpuff Rally, Rally Schedule

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/11 Powderpuff 2018, 5:30pm

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 24, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1990 - The space shuttle Discovery blasted off from Cape Canaveral, FL. It was carrying the $1.5 billion Hubble Space Telescope. 

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Interested in summer field hockey playing opportunities or the DHS 2018 Field Hockey program? Attend our information meeting at 5:45 pm in DHS Room N-08. Students please attend with a parent. If you have questions prior to the meeting or cannot attend, please contact:  Sandie Marotti-Huckins  sandie@marottiperformancegroup.com

 

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at 5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

 

Hey DHS did you know there was a movie filmed right here in Davis? Join DHS Climate Committee in the West Conference room in the DHS Library—to watch the film, “From the Community to the Classroom.” See you there!

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Vintage, 4:00                                                              dismiss: 2:30

Girls Lacrosse @ Saint Francis, 5:30JV/7:30V                               dismiss: 3:15JV

Boys Lacrosse vs Jesuit, 5:30JV/7:30V

Varsity Baseball vs Jesuit, 4:00

JV Baseball vs Jesuit, 4:00                                                              dismiss: 2:30

Softball vs Elk Grove, 4:00                                                             dismiss: 2:10

Frosh Baseball @ Jesuit, 4:00

Dive – Leagues @ Capital - TBD

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

Sign up for Advance Education: Receive college credit while in high school. CA residents only $15 for a full college class. Attend one of the three sessions to learned more and sign up. It will take place on May 3rd from 12:10pm – 2:45pm @ the DSHS East Conference Room. Requirements: 2.7 GPA, at least 16 years old or 10th grade completed, Principle or Counselor Permission. For further info, contact Mrs. Kellie Sequeira.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

The HUB is looking for a webmaster for the upcoming school year. The webmaster is recommended to have some basic experience with word press but that is not required, come to L-28 to apply.

May 1st at 6pm, DaVinci is having an outdoor Concert. We are looking for performers and music lovers. The entrance fee is $5 dollars. Any questions contact Rebecca.whittman@djusdk12ca.org

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! This Friday is GLSEN’s Day of Silence, a student-led national event where people vow to stay silent to highlight the erasure of LGBTQ people at school. Come to the quad during lunch this week to take a vow of silence, or just participate on your own and as always, the GSA  will be having a meeting in Mr. Moore’s room P-21 on Friday during.

 

Thank you to everyone who donated or try to donate blood at the blood drive last Friday! We collected a total of 53 pints of blood! Many people were deferred from donating blood because of low iron levels and dehydration, so that’s something to keep in mind if you would like to donate blood next year!

 

This Friday is Open Mic Night at 6:00pm! Come see your friends perform stand-up and poetry, and maybe perform some music of your own because there will also be karaoke! Admission is free but there will be hot dogs and hamburgers for sale.

 

CAREERS:

College Night for Juniors and their parents is Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. starting in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  At College Night, juniors will learn about public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, scholarships, financial aid and more during breakout sessions.  Join us on April 26 to find out more about the process of applying to college.

 

Juniors and seniors are invited to apply for a Leadership and Professional Development Spring Internship where you will gain experience in political campaign management and community engagement.  Come to the Career Center for an internship flyer.

 

The City of West Sacramento is offering its Summer STEPS full-time, paid student internship program where students will gain work experience with the City of West Sacramento.  Deadline to apply is April 30.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

5/1 School Climate Meeting

5/1 Bands Senior Concert, 7:30pm Brunelle Theater

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/21 Powderpuff Rally, Rally Schedule

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

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Published: 4/23/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 23, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1872 - Charlotte E. Ray became the African-American woman lawyer.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

If you are interested in becoming a firefighter, the West Sacramento Fire Department is encouraging high school students to participate in their Youth Fire Academy, where students will learn about a career in fire service.  The deadline to apply is today April 23.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

Come learn how to make the world a better place at the RISE Students Board’s Earth Day Festival today at lunch in the quad. There will be several DHS Club table displays including a zero waste sorting game where you can win free T-Shirts. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton @ Vacaville, 4:00                                            dismiss: 2:15 select roster

Boys Golf JV vs Christian Bros @ Bing Maloney, 3:00    dismiss: 1:45 select roster

Boys Golf Varsity vs Jesuit @ Ancil Hoffman GC, 3:00   dismiss:1:15 select roster

Boys Varsity Tennis – Delta League Singles @ Rio Del Oro    dismiss: select roster

Softball Varsity @ Grant, 4:00                                                     dismiss: 1:30V

Boys Varsity Volleyball @ Sheldon, 6:00

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

 

Interested in summer field hockey playing opportunities or the DHS 2018 Field Hockey program? Attend our information meeting on: Tuesday April 24th at 5:45 pm in DHS Room N-08. Students please attend with a parent. If you have questions prior to the meeting or cannot attend, please contact:  Sandie Marotti-Huckins  sandie@marottiperformancegroup.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

The HUB is looking for a webmaster for the upcoming school year. The webmaster is recommended to have some basic experience with word press but that is not required, come to L-28 to apply.

 

CAREERS:

College Night for Juniors and their parents is Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. starting in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  At College Night, juniors will learn about public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, scholarships, financial aid and more during breakout sessions.  Join us on April 26 to find out more about the process of applying to college.

 

Juniors and seniors are invited to apply for a Leadership and Professional Development Spring Internship where you will gain experience in political campaign management and community engagement.  Come to the Career Center for an internship flyer.

The City of West Sacramento is offering its Summer STEPS full-time, paid student internship program where students will gain work experience with the City of West Sacramento.  Deadline to apply is April 30.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

5/1 School Climate Meeting

5/1 Bands Senior Concert, 7:30pm Brunelle Theater

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/21 Powderpuff Rally, Rally Schedule

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

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Published: 4/20/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 20, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1836 - The U.S. territory of Wisconsin was created by the U.S. Congress.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Last weekend the United States, Britain, and France launched strikes against Syria in retaliations against the recent use of chemical weapons on Syrian citizens. What are your thoughts about US intervention in Syria and elsewhere? Share them with DHS Politics Club at lunch in N-2.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting to play some bingo in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator.

 

ATHLETICS:

 Girls Lacrosse @ Bella Vista, 4:30V/ 5:45JV                                  dismiss: 2:30V

Boys Lacrosse vs Bella Vista, 5:30JV/7:30V      

Boys Volleyball JV vs Vacaville Christian, 4:30                                       

Boys Volleyball Varsity vs Vacaville Christian, 5:30

Frosh Baseball @ Jesuit, 4:00                                                              

Baseball Varsity @ Monterey Trail, 4:00                                        dismiss: 1:30  

JV Baseball TBA

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

 

Interested in summer field hockey playing opportunities or the DHS 2018 Field Hockey program? Attend our information meeting on: Tuesday April 24th at 5:45 pm in DHS Room N-08. Students please attend with a parent. If you have questions prior to the meeting or cannot attend, please contact:  Sandie Marotti-Huckins  sandie@marottiperformancegroup.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions Monday, April 23rd, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the May 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.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

Come see A Tribute to Tony Fields this Friday and Saturday at 7pm in the Brunelle theater! This super fun musical features songs like “this is me” from the greatest snowman and “Thriller” by Michael Jackson. We can’t wait to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

College Night for Juniors and their parents is Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. starting in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  At College Night, juniors will learn about public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, scholarships, financial aid and more during breakout sessions.  Join us on April 26 to find out more about the process of applying to college.

 

If you are interested in becoming a firefighter, the West Sacramento Fire Department is encouraging high school students to participate in their Youth Fire Academy, where students will learn about a career in fire service.  The deadline to apply is April 23.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Juniors and seniors are invited to apply for a Leadership and Professional Development Spring Internship where you will gain experience in political campaign management and community engagement.  Come to the Career Center for an internship flyer.

The City of West Sacramento is offering its Summer STEPS full-time, paid student internship program where students will gain work experience with the City of West Sacramento.  Deadline to apply is April 30.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

5/1 School Climate Meeting

5/1 Bands Senior Concert, 7:30pm Brunelle Theater

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/21 Powderpuff Rally, Rally Schedule

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

5/28 Holiday – No Classes in Session

5/29 Senior Awards Night, 6pm Brunelle Theater

5/31 Choral pops Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

 

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Published: 4/19/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 19, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1939 - Connecticut approved the Bill of Rights for the U.S. Constitution after 148 years.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.  

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity Tennis @ Acalanes, 3:45                                dismiss: 2:00

Boys JV Golf vs River Valley @ Plumas Lakes -3:30         dismiss: 1:15 select roster

Baseball Varsity vs Monterey Trail, 4:00

JV Baseball TBA

Softball vs Monterey Trail, 4:00                                         dismiss: 2:10

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

 

Are you interested in becoming a DHS cheerleader for the 2018-19 season?  Join us on April 18th or 19th for parent meetings to find out what cheer is all about!  All potential cheerleaders and one parent must attend either day (no need for both) to get information, meet the coach and ask questions.  Wednesday's meeting will take place in the DHS south gym beginning at 6:30pm and Thursday's meeting begins at 6:30pm in the DHS library.  Try-outs will take place on Friday, May 4th.  For further information or questions, please email davischeerleading@gmail.com or visit dhscheer.org

Interested in summer field hockey playing opportunities or the DHS 2018 Field Hockey program? Attend our information meeting on: Tuesday April 24th at 5:45 pm in DHS Room N-08. Students please attend with a parent. If you have questions prior to the meeting or cannot attend, please contact:  Sandie Marotti-Huckins  sandie@marottiperformancegroup.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions Monday, April 23rd, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the May 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.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

Last weekend the United States, Britain, and France launched strikes against Syria in retaliations against the recent use of chemical weapons on Syrian citizens. What are your thoughts about US intervention in Syria and elsewhere? Share them with DHS Politics Club this Friday at lunch in N-2.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch to play some bingo in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator.

 

CAREERS:

College Night for Juniors and their parents is Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. starting in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  At College Night, juniors will learn about public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, scholarships, financial aid and more during breakout sessions.  Join us on April 26 to find out more about the process of applying to college!

 

CAASPP TESTING:  Attention students – Please check with one of your teachers for your classroom assignment for the CAASPP testing weeks. Students will report to the same classroom during the testing block.

Sophomores: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for the Writing Assessment and assemblies

Juniors: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for ELA and Math

  • :   They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for activities/assemblies

         
   Mathematics  -  Thursday, April  19th 

   Period

Time

Minutes

1

8:15 – 9:04

49 minutes

3

9:10– 9:59

49 minutes

Break

9:59 – 10:09

10 minutes

Test

10:15 – 12:15

120 minutes

Lunch

12:15 – 12:57

42 minutes

5

            1:03 – 1:52

49 minutes

7

            1:58– 2:47

49 minutes

 

                                               

 

               

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

May

5/1 School Climate Meeting

5/1 Bands Senior Concert, 7:30pm Brunelle Theater

5/5 Festival of the Arts – Bands, Davis Central Park

5/14 Drama Soiree- Drama Class, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/17 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSH Library

5/21 Powderpuff Rally, Rally Schedule

5/24 DHS Orchestra Finale Concert, 7pm Brunelle Theater

5/26 Senior Ball

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 4/18/18




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6th Annual Parent Engagement Night 

Wednesday, April 25 at Emerson Junior High, 6:00-8:00pm

 

Parents, community members, district teachers, staff and principals are invited for an evening of presentations and keynote speakers, including Mayor Rob Davis. Together we will learn about wellness and health coping skills for students, social media and internet safety, how to promote inclusion through school climate committees, and how our newly ratified Graduate Profile will drive innovation in DJUSD classrooms. Join us for a very full evening of collective learning. This is a no cost event, child care and Spanish translation services are provided. More information and registration can be found on the Parent Engagement Website.

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Published: 4/17/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 18, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1853 - The first train in Asia began running from Bombay to Tanna.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.  

 

ATHLETICS:

Baseball Varsity/JV vs Rocklin @ Raley Field – 3:00JV-6:30V        dismiss:12:40JV

Golf Varsity vs Pleasant Grove @ Rancho Murieta, 3:00                             

 dismiss: 1:00 select roster

Girls Lacrosse vs OakRidge, 6:00JV/7:30V

Boys JV Tennis vs Rocklin, 3:45                                                           dismiss: 2:15

Dive vs Grant, 4:00

Swimming vs Grant, 4:00                                                                     dismiss: 2:30

Boys’ Volleyball JV @ Jesuit, 5:00                                                        dismiss: 3:00

Boys Volleyball Varsity @ Jesuit, 6:00

Track and Field vs Monterey Trail, 3:30                                            dismiss: 2:15

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

 

Are you interested in becoming a DHS cheerleader for the 2018-19 season?  Join us on April 18th or 19th for parent meetings to find out what cheer is all about!  All potential cheerleaders and one parent must attend either day (no need for both) to get information, meet the coach and ask questions.  Wednesday's meeting will take place in the DHS south gym beginning at 6:30pm and Thursday's meeting begins at 6:30pm in the DHS library.  Try-outs will take place on Friday, May 4th.  For further information or questions, please email davischeerleading@gmail.com or visit dhscheer.org

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions Monday, April 23rd, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the May 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.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

Last weekend the United States, Britain, and France launched strikes against Syria in retaliations against the recent use of chemical weapons on Syrian citizens. What are your thoughts about US intervention in Syria and elsewhere? Share them with DHS Politics Club this Friday at lunch in N-2.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch to play some bingo in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator.

 

CAREERS:

College Night for Juniors and their parents is Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. starting in the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall.  At College Night, juniors will learn about public and private colleges, universities, community colleges, scholarships, financial aid and more during breakout sessions.  Join us on April 26 to find out more about the process of applying to college!

 

CAASPP TESTING:  Attention students – Please check with one of your teachers for your classroom assignment for the CAASPP testing weeks. Students will report to the same classroom during the testing block.

Sophomores: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for the Writing Assessment and assemblies

Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in assemblies

Juniors: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for ELA and Math

  • Thursday, 4/19 - Math Testing

Seniors:   They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for activities/assemblies

  • Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies

                                               

                               DSHS CAASPP ELA & MATH Testing Schedule


       Mathematics  -  Wednesday, April 18th

 


   Mathematics  -  Thursday, April  19th 

Period

Time

Minutes

 

   Period

Time

Minutes

Meeting

8:00 – 8:45

45 minutes

 

1

8:15 – 9:04

49 minutes

2

8:53 – 9:42

49 minutes

 

3

9:10– 9:59

49 minutes

Break

9:42– 9:52

10 minutes

 

Break

9:59 – 10:09

10 minutes

Test

9:58– 11:58

120 minutes

 

Test

10:15 – 12:15

120 minutes

Lunch

11:58– 12:40

42 minutes

 

Lunch

12:15 – 12:57

42 minutes

4

12:46 – 1:35

49 minutes

 

5

            1:03 – 1:52

49 minutes

6

1:41 – 2:30

49 minutes

 

7

            1:58– 2:47

49 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

 

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Published: 4/17/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 17, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1758 - Frances Williams published a collection of Latin poems. He was the first African-American to graduate from a college in the western hemisphere.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Hey DHS did you know there was a movie filmed right here in Davis? Join DHS Climate Committee and come to the West Conference room in the DHS Library—to watch the film, “From the Community to the Classroom.”

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Rodriguez, 4:00                                                          dismiss: 2:30

Golf JV vs River Valley @ Davis Muni, 3:30                                   dismiss: 2:30 select roster  

Boys Lacrosse vs Lincoln (Stockton), 5:30JV/7:30V                       dismiss: 2:00JV  

Boys Varsity Tennis vs Pleasant Grove, 2:00                                  dismiss: 1:30

Frosh Baseball vs Elk Grove, 4:00                                                         

Baseball Varsity @ Sheldon, 4:00                                                  dismiss: 1:30   

JV Baseball @ Sheldon, 4:00                                                         dismiss: 1:30

Softball @ Grant, 4:00                                                             dismiss:1:30                                          

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

 

Are you interested in becoming a DHS cheerleader for the 2018-19 season?  Join us on April 18th or 19th for parent meetings to find out what cheer is all about!  All potential cheerleaders and one parent must attend either day (no need for both) to get information, meet the coach and ask questions.  Wednesday's meeting will take place in the DHS south gym beginning at 6:30pm and Thursday's meeting begins at 6:30pm in the DHS library.  Try-outs will take place on Friday, May 4th.  For further information or questions, please email davischeerleading@gmail.com or visit dhscheer.org

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

CAREERS:

CAASPP TESTING:  Attention students – Please check with one of your teachers for your classroom assignment for the CAASPP testing weeks. Students will report to the same classroom during the testing block.

Sophomores: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for the Writing Assessment and assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in assemblies

Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in assemblies

Juniors: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for ELA and Math

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Math Testing
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Math Testing

Seniors:   They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for activities/assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies

                                                DSHS CAASPP ELA & MATH Testing Schedule


       Mathematics  -  Wednesday, April 18th

 


   Mathematics  -  Thursday, April  19th 

Period

Time

Minutes

 

   Period

Time

Minutes

Meeting

8:00 – 8:45

45 minutes

 

1

8:15 – 9:04

49 minutes

2

8:53 – 9:42

49 minutes

 

3

9:10– 9:59

49 minutes

Break

9:42– 9:52

10 minutes

 

Break

9:59 – 10:09

10 minutes

Test

9:58– 11:58

120 minutes

 

Test

10:15 – 12:15

120 minutes

Lunch

11:58– 12:40

42 minutes

 

Lunch

12:15 – 12:57

42 minutes

4

12:46 – 1:35

49 minutes

 

5

            1:03 – 1:52

49 minutes

6

1:41 – 2:30

49 minutes

 

7

            1:58– 2:47

49 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

May

5/26 Senior Ball

 

 

 

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Published: 4/16/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 16, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1968 - Major league baseball's longest night game was played when the Houston Astros defeated the New York Mets 1-0. The 24 innings took six hours, six minutes to play.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Come support and cheer on Boys Volleyball team, on their Break The Record night.  So come and FILL THE STANDS, be loud, and wear Blue!  Game starts at 6pm.

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Napa, 4:00                                                 dismiss: 2:30

Golf Varsity Delta #2 @ Bartley Cavanaugh -11:00       dismiss: all day select roster

Boys Volleyball Varsity vs Elk Grove, 6:00

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

 

Are you interested in becoming a DHS cheerleader for the 2018-19 season?  Join us on April 18th or 19th for parent meetings to find out what cheer is all about!  All potential cheerleaders and one parent must attend either day (no need for both) to get information, meet the coach and ask questions.  Wednesday's meeting will take place in the DHS south gym beginning at 6:30pm and Thursday's meeting begins at 6:30pm in the DHS library.  Try-outs will take place on Friday, May 4th.  For further information or questions, please email davischeerleading@gmail.com or visit dhscheer.org

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale from April 16th until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car show is Saturday, April 28th from 9:00am to 12:00pm in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room O-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information.

 

Hey DHS did you know there was a movie filmed right here in Davis? Join DHS Climate Committee and come Tuesday, April 17th to the West Conference room in the DHS Library—to watch the film, “From the Community to the Classroom.” See you next week!

 

CAREERS:

Are you looking for a job?  The Halal Guys is opening a new restaurant in Davis and is hiring high school students to be team members.  You can attend their job fair on Friday April 13 from 10:00 – 2:30 at the Davis Library, or come to the Career Center to pick up a flyer with instructions on how to apply.

 

CAASPP TESTING:  Attention students – Please check with one of your teachers for your classroom assignment for the CAASPP testing weeks. Students will report to the same classroom during the testing block.

Sophomores: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for the Writing Assessment and assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in assemblies

Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in assemblies

Juniors: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for ELA and Math

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Math Testing
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Math Testing

Seniors:   They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for activities/assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies

                                                DSHS CAASPP ELA & MATH Testing Schedule


       Mathematics  -  Wednesday, April 18th

 


   Mathematics  -  Thursday, April  19th 

Period

Time

Minutes

 

   Period

Time

Minutes

Meeting

8:00 – 8:45

45 minutes

 

1

8:15 – 9:04

49 minutes

2

8:53 – 9:42

49 minutes

 

3

9:10– 9:59

49 minutes

Break

9:42– 9:52

10 minutes

 

Break

9:59 – 10:09

10 minutes

Test

9:58– 11:58

120 minutes

 

Test

10:15 – 12:15

120 minutes

Lunch

11:58– 12:40

42 minutes

 

Lunch

12:15 – 12:57

42 minutes

4

12:46 – 1:35

49 minutes

 

5

            1:03 – 1:52

49 minutes

6

1:41 – 2:30

49 minutes

 

7

            1:58– 2:47

49 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

May

5/26 Senior Ball

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 4/13/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 13, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1782 - Washington, NC, was incorporated as the first town to be named for George Washington.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Guys, gals & nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting today at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P21!!

 

On Sunday, Hungarian prime minister Orban won a third term in the national elections through campaigning on national identity and skepticism of the EU. To discuss this recent election and its implications for democracy in the world, plus other current events, come to DHS Politics Club today at lunch in N-2.

 

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting at lunch in room P-13. Come to vote for officer candidates for next year! Hope to see you there! Seniors: If you are an active lifetime member you can apply for the CSF scholarship get an application in P-13 they are due April 24th.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Lacrosse vs Vista Del Lago, 6:00JV/7:30V

Boys Lacrosse @ Vista Del Lago, 5:30JV/7:30V                                        dismiss:2:30JV

Boys Volleyball JV Preseason Tournament @ DHS, 3:00                         dismiss: 1:30V-JV

Varsity/JV Baseball vs Sheldon, 4:00                                                          dismiss: 2:30JV

Softball @ Pioneer, 4:30                                                                            dismiss:2:10V-JV

 

Hey! Come to Blaze tomorrow, Saturday, April 14th between 5pm-10pm to support the DHS Badminton Team. Make sure to bring a flyer or a picture of a flyer to show the cashier.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

Come support and cheer on Boys Volleyball team, on their Break The Record night, which is Monday, April 16.  So come and FILL THE STANDS, be loud, and wear Blue!  Game starts at 6pm

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The District Office is now accepting applications for Summer Custodians for High School Students.  You must be available to work from June 11, 2018-August 24, 2018, 40 hours/week from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., hours differ based on sites assigned.  Applications are available at the District Office Front Desk, 526 B Street from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale from April 16th until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

Attention sophomores and junior who want to make Davis High a better place. 2018-19 Link Crew applications are available in room L-20 and on the DHS website. Join the crew to welcome next year’s incoming students and have a ton of fun.

 

CLUBS:

The DHS Car Show is Saturday, April 28th from 9AM to 12PM in the North Gym Parking Lot. Vehicle Entry is free and everyone is welcome. Stop by room 0-3 or follow @dhscarclub on Instagram for more information. 

 

CAREERS:

Are you looking for a job?  The Halal Guys is opening a new restaurant in Davis and is hiring high school students to be team members.  You can attend their job fair on Friday April 13 from 10:00 – 2:30 at the Davis Library, or come to the Career Center to pick up a flyer with instructions on how to apply.

CAASPP TESTING:  Attention students – Please check with one of your teachers for your classroom assignment for the CAASPP testing weeks. Students will report to the same classroom during the testing block.

Sophomores: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for the Writing Assessment and assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in assemblies

Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in assemblies

Juniors: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for ELA and Math

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Math Testing
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Math Testing

Seniors:   They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for activities/assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies

                                                DSHS CAASPP ELA & MATH Testing Schedule


       Mathematics  -  Wednesday, April 18th

 


   Mathematics  -  Thursday, April  19th 

Period

Time

Minutes

 

   Period

Time

Minutes

Meeting

8:00 – 8:45

45 minutes

 

1

8:15 – 9:04

49 minutes

2

8:53 – 9:42

49 minutes

 

3

9:10– 9:59

49 minutes

Break

9:42– 9:52

10 minutes

 

Break

9:59 – 10:09

10 minutes

Test

9:58– 11:58

120 minutes

 

Test

10:15 – 12:15

120 minutes

Lunch

11:58– 12:40

42 minutes

 

Lunch

12:15 – 12:57

42 minutes

4

12:46 – 1:35

49 minutes

 

5

            1:03 – 1:52

49 minutes

6

1:41 – 2:30

49 minutes

 

7

            1:58– 2:47

49 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

May

5/26 Senior Ball

 

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Posted by: Kathryn Prien
Published: 4/12/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 12, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1984 - Astronauts aboard the space shuttle Challenger made the first satellite repair in orbit by returning the Solar Max satellite to space.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.  

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Come support the DHS Boys Golf teams and enjoy some pizza at the same time! Come to Lamppost Pizza and mention DHS Boys Golf and the team will receive 30% donated back! Good for takeout orders also.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity Tennis @ Franklin, 3:45                                                          dismiss: 2:15V

Frosh Baseball vs Pleasant Grove, 4:00                                                      

Varsity/JV Baseball @ Pleasant Grove, 4:00                                                dismiss: 1:30V-JV

Softball @ Pleasant Grove, 4:00                                                                    dismiss: 1:30V-JV

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

Come support and cheer on Boys Volleyball team, on their Break The Record night, which is Monday, April 16.  So come and FILL THE STANDS, be loud, and wear Blue!  Game starts at 6pm

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The District Office is now accepting applications for Summer Custodians for High School Students.  You must be available to work from June 11, 2018-August 24, 2018, 40 hours/week from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., hours differ based on sites assigned.  Applications are available at the District Office Front Desk, 526 B Street from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale from April 16th until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

CLUBS:

DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its spring blood drive on Friday April 13th. You must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110lbs. to donate blood. Sign-ups are in the quad all the way to the day before the drive 4/12. If you participate, you will get a free t-shirt and the opportunity to save lives.

 

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting this Friday, April 13th at lunch in room P-13. Come to vote for officer candidates for next year! Hope to see you there! Seniors: If you are an active lifetime member you can apply for the CSF scholarship get an application in P-13 they are due April 24th.

 

On Sunday, Hungarian prime minister Orban won a third term in the national elections through campaigning on national identity and skepticism of the EU. To discuss this recent election and its implications for democracy in the world, plus other current events, come to DHS Politics Club Friday at lunch in N-2.

 

CAREERS:

 

Are you looking for a job?  The Halal Guys is opening a new restaurant in Davis and is hiring high school students to be team members.  You can attend their job fair on Friday April 13 from 10:00 – 2:30 at the Davis Library, or come to the Career Center to pick up a flyer with instructions on how to apply.

 

It’s time to sign-up for this month’s Financial Literacy class on Friday, April 13 at lunch in the Career Center!  This is the last Financial Literacy class of the school year. This month’s class will be on “Paying for College and Paying Your Way Through College.” Pizza will be provided. Sign-up in advance in the Career Center.  The class size is limited to the first 30 students who sign-up. Sign-up early; the Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

CAASPP TESTING:  Attention students – Please check with one of your teachers for your classroom assignment for the CAASPP testing weeks. Students will report to the same classroom during the testing block.

Sophomores: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for the Writing Assessment and assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in assemblies

Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in assemblies

Juniors: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for ELA and Math

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Math Testing
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Math Testing

Seniors:   They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for activities/assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  •  

                                DSHS CAASPP ELA & MATH Testing Schedule

                     
       Mathematics  -  Wednesday, April 18th

 

                  ELA  -  Thursday, April 12th
   Mathematics  -  Thursday, April  19th 

Period

Time

Minutes

 

   Period

Time

Minutes

Meeting

8:00 – 8:45

45 minutes

 

1

8:15 – 9:04

49 minutes

2

8:53 – 9:42

49 minutes

 

3

9:10– 9:59

49 minutes

Break

9:42– 9:52

10 minutes

 

Break

9:59 – 10:09

10 minutes

Test

9:58– 11:58

120 minutes

 

Test

10:15 – 12:15

120 minutes

Lunch

11:58– 12:40

42 minutes

 

Lunch

12:15 – 12:57

42 minutes

4

12:46 – 1:35

49 minutes

 

5

            1:03 – 1:52

49 minutes

6

1:41 – 2:30

49 minutes

 

7

            1:58– 2:47

49 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

4/13 Blood Drive 7am-4pm, North Gym

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

 

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5/23 Senior Ball

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Published: 4/11/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 11, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1968 - U.S. President Johnson signed the 1968 Civil Rights Act.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/Cajun Fries.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Golf JV vs Roseville @ Davis Muni, 3:30               dismiss: 2:30 select roster

Boys Golf Varsity vs Franklin @ Bartley Cavanaugh CG, 3:00                   

 dismiss: 1:15 select roster

Dive vs Pleasant Grove, 4:00

Swimming vs Pleasant Grove, 4:00                                dismiss: 2:30

Varsity Boys Volleyball vs Monterey Trail, 6:00

Softball JV @ Elk Grove – 4:00                 dismiss:1:30JV                                            

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

Come support and cheer on Boys Volleyball team, on their Break The Record night, which is Monday, April 16.  So come and FILL THE STANDS, be loud, and wear Blue!  Game starts at 6pm

Come support the DHS Boys Golf teams and enjoy some pizza at the same time! Come to Lamppost Pizza on Thursday, April 12th and mention DHS Boys Golf and the team will receive 30% donated back! Good for takeout orders also.

 

DHS Boys Lacrosse Break the Record Night & Senior Night – Tuesday, April 24: Join us under the lights at Davis High Stadium on Tuesday, April 24 to watch DHS Boys’ Lacrosse play Jesuit. JV Game starts at5:30pm, Varsity at 7:30p.m. Our graduating Seniors will be recognized before the Varsity game. Admission is free, and there will be food vendors and special guest performances. Come support DHS Lacrosse!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The District Office is now accepting applications for Summer Custodians for High School Students.  You must be available to work from June 11, 2018-August 24, 2018, 40 hours/week from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., hours differ based on sites assigned.  Applications are available at the District Office Front Desk, 526 B Street from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale from April 16th until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

CLUBS:

DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its spring blood drive on Friday April 13th. You must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110lbs. to donate blood. Sign-ups are in the quad all the way to the day before the drive 4/12. If you participate, you will get a free t-shirt and the opportunity to save lives.

 

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting this Friday, April 13th at lunch in room P-13. Come to vote for officer candidates for next year! Hope to see you there! Seniors: If you are an active lifetime member you can apply for the CSF scholarship get an application in P-13 they are due April 24th.

 

On Sunday, Hungarian prime minister Orban won a third term in the national elections through campaigning on national identity and skepticism of the EU. To discuss this recent election and its implications for democracy in the world, plus other current events, come to DHS Politics Club Friday at lunch in N-2.

 

CAREERS:

It’s time to sign-up for this month’s Financial Literacy class on Friday, April 13 at lunch in the Career Center!  This is the last Financial Literacy class of the school year. This month’s class will be on “Paying for College and Paying Your Way Through College.” Pizza will be provided. Sign-up in advance in the Career Center.  The class size is limited to the first 30 students who sign-up. Sign-up early; the Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

Attention AP Students: Log onto your Total Registration account at  https://user.totalregistration.net/AP/50730 today to review that all information is correct. AP answer sheets will be printed this week. If you don’t have an account please contact Nikki LaVergne immediately in the Testing Office in the admin building or contact me at nlavergne@djusd.net.

 

CAASPP TESTING:  Attention students – Please check with one of your teachers for your classroom assignment for the CAASPP testing weeks. Students will report to the same classroom during the testing block.

Sophomores: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for the Writing Assessment and assemblies

  • Thursday, 4/12 -   Students will participate in assemblies
  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in assemblies

Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in assemblies

Juniors: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for ELA and Math

  • Thursday, 4/12 -   ELA Testing
  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Math Testing
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Math Testing

Seniors:   They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for activities/assemblies

  • Thursday, 4/12 -   Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies

 DSHS CAASPP ELA & MATH Testing Schedule

                     ELA  -  Wednesday, April 11th     
       Mathematics  -  Wednesday, April 18th

 

                  ELA  -  Thursday, April 12th
   Mathematics  -  Thursday, April  19th 

Period

Time

Minutes

 

   Period

Time

Minutes

Meeting

8:00 – 8:45

45 minutes

 

1

8:15 – 9:04

49 minutes

2

8:53 – 9:42

49 minutes

 

3

9:10– 9:59

49 minutes

Break

9:42– 9:52

10 minutes

 

Break

9:59 – 10:09

10 minutes

Test

9:58– 11:58

120 minutes

 

Test

10:15 – 12:15

120 minutes

Lunch

11:58– 12:40

42 minutes

 

Lunch

12:15 – 12:57

42 minutes

4

12:46 – 1:35

49 minutes

 

5

            1:03 – 1:52

49 minutes

6

1:41 – 2:30

49 minutes

 

7

            1:58– 2:47

49 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

4/12 DHS Jazz Invitational, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/13 Blood Drive 7am-4pm, North Gym

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

5/23 Senior Ball

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 10, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1922 - The Genoa Conference opened. The meeting was used to discuss the reconstruction of Europe after World War I.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Armijo, 4:00                                                               dismiss: 2:30

Girls Lacrosse @ Oakridge, 5:30JV/7:00V                                     dismiss: 3:00JV

Boys Lacrosse vs Oak Ridge, 5:30JV/7:30V

Boys Varsity Tennis @ Sheldon, 3:45                                               dismiss: 2:00V

Boys JV Tennis vs River City, 3:45                                                  dismiss: 2:50JV

Boys Volleyball JV @ Kennedy, 5:00                                              dismiss: 3:00JV

Frosh Baseball @ Pleasant Grove, 4:00                                                      

Varsity/JV Baseball vs Pleasant Grove, 4:00                                  dismiss: 2:30JV

Softball vs Franklin, 4:00                                                              dismiss: 2:10V-JV

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

Come support and cheer on Boys Volleyball team, on their Break The Record night, which is Monday, April 16.  So come and FILL THE STANDS, be loud, and wear Blue!  Game starts at 6pm

Come support the DHS Boys Golf teams and enjoy some pizza at the same time! Come to Lamppost Pizza on Thursday, April 12th and mention DHS Boys Golf and the team will receive 30% donated back! Good for takeout orders also.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The District Office is now accepting applications for Summer Custodians for High School Students.  You must be available to work from June 11, 2018-August 24, 2018, 40 hours/week from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., hours differ based on sites assigned.  Applications are available at the District Office Front Desk, 526 B Street from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale from April 16th until May 11th Prices: $80 without ASB $75 with ASB at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

Hey Guys! Come to T4: On Wednesday April 11th to support the DHS Badminton team! Come between 3pm and 10pm & make sure to bring a flyer or picture of a flyer to show the cashier.

 

Hey DHS! Powderpuff applications for football and cheerleading are now available in ASC-100 and are due to the Finance Office Friday April 30th.

 

CLUBS:

DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its spring blood drive on Friday April 13th. You must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110lbs. to donate blood. Sign-ups are in the quad all the way to the day before the drive 4/12. If you participate, you will get a free t-shirt and the opportunity to save lives.

 

CAREERS:

It’s time to sign-up for this month’s Financial Literacy class on Friday, April 13 at lunch in the Career Center!  This is the last Financial Literacy class of the school year. This month’s class will be on “Paying for College and Paying Your Way Through College.” Pizza will be provided. Sign-up in advance in the Career Center.  The class size is limited to the first 30 students who sign-up. Sign-up early; the Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

CAASPP TESTING:  Attention students – Please check with one of your teachers for your classroom assignment for the CAASPP testing weeks. Students will report to the same classroom during the testing block.

Sophomores: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for the Writing Assessment and assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/11 - Student will complete the 10th Grade Writing Assessment.
  • Thursday, 4/12 -   Students will participate in assemblies
  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in assemblies

Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in assemblies

Juniors: They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for ELA and Math

  • Wednesday, 4/11 – ELA Testing
  • Thursday, 4/12 -   ELA Testing
  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Math Testing
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Math Testing

Seniors:   They will report to the same classroom the following days of the testing weeks for activities/assemblies

  • Wednesday, 4/11 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Thursday, 4/12 -   Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Wednesday, 4/18 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies
  • Thursday, 4/19 - Students will participate in activities/assemblies

 DSHS CAASPP ELA & MATH Testing Schedule

                     ELA  -  Wednesday, April 11th     
       Mathematics  -  Wednesday, April 18th

 

                  ELA  -  Thursday, April 12th
   Mathematics  -  Thursday, April  19th 

Period

Time

Minutes

 

   Period

Time

Minutes

Meeting

8:00 – 8:45

45 minutes

 

1

8:15 – 9:04

49 minutes

2

8:53 – 9:42

49 minutes

 

3

9:10– 9:59

49 minutes

Break

9:42– 9:52

10 minutes

 

Break

9:59 – 10:09

10 minutes

Test

9:58– 11:58

120 minutes

 

Test

10:15 – 12:15

120 minutes

Lunch

11:58– 12:40

42 minutes

 

Lunch

12:15 – 12:57

42 minutes

4

12:46 – 1:35

49 minutes

 

5

            1:03 – 1:52

49 minutes

6

1:41 – 2:30

49 minutes

 

7

            1:58– 2:47

49 minutes

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

4/11 Link Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunch time, L-20

4/12 DHS Jazz Invitational, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/13 Blood Drive 7am-4pm, North Gym

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

May:

5/26 Senior Ball

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 9, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1959 - NASA announced the selection of America's first seven astronauts.

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton @ Wood, 4:00                                                 dismiss: 2:15 select roster

Boys Golf JV vs Vista del Lago @ Empire Ranch, 3:30   dismiss: 1:15 select roster

Boys Golf Varsity @Gary Roving invitational-Saddle Creek GC, 9:00             dismiss: all day select roster

Boys Varsity Tennis vs Jesuit, 3:45                                    dismiss: 2:45V

Boys Volleyball JV @ Grant, 5:00                                    dismiss: 3:00

Varsity Boys Volleyball @ Grant, 6:00                                                         

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

Come support and cheer on Boys Volleyball team, on their Break The Record night, which is Monday, April 16.  So come and FILL THE STANDS, be loud, and wear Blue!  Game starts at 6pm

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The District Office is now accepting applications for Summer Custodians for High School Students.  You must be available to work from June 11, 2018-August 24, 2018, 40 hours/week from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., hours differ based on sites assigned.  Applications are available at the District Office Front Desk, 526 B Street from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

Hey Seniors, it’s almost time for prom! Prom tickets will be on sale from April 16th until May 11th at the Finance office at lunch. To buy a ticket you must have a table organizer and a new dance contract turned in. both of these forms are available now in the finance office.

 

CLUBS:

DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its spring blood drive on Friday April 13th. You must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110lbs. to donate blood. Sign-ups are in the quad all the way to the day before the drive 4/12. If you participate, you will get a free t-shirt and the opportunity to save lives.

 

Applications are now available for Open Mic Night. This is an opportunity to showcase your talents. Feel free to be creative with your performance but all are welcome poetry, comedy and signing. Apps. Are due April 20th in ASC. 

 

Hey CSF! If you are a Senior, don’t forget to go to P-13 to initial beside your name. There are two lists that list the active lifetime members and lifetime members. You will not receive the appropriate recognition without an initial. The list will be taken down by April 12th.

 

Best Buddies is having a spread the word to end the word week next week! Make sure to go to the quad to pledge to not use the R-word and to experience what it’s like to have a disability.

 

If you have been part of the DSH Drama Department and would like to be even more involved in outing on the wonderful shows next year, applications for the 2018- 19 executive drama board can be found in P-11 next week.

 

CAREERS:

Sacramento City College has reserved additional Assessment Exam dates for high school students who still need to take the exam at the Davis Center.  Students must take the Assessment Exam before enrolling at Sacramento City College.  Come to the Career Center for the list of special exam dates.

 

Seniors of East Indian ethnicity can now apply for the India Association of Davis Scholarship.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Pioneer Elementary School is looking for high school hip-hop dance instructors for 5th and 6th grade students.  Dance activities take place two or three times per week during lunch at Pioneer. Student instructors will receive a $300 stipend.   Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Juniors and Seniors:  The California Latino Capitol Association Foundation is offering its annual Summer Internship Program for high school students.  Students will intern for an Assembly member, State Senator, or an advocacy organization in Sacramento this summer, and will gain meaningful professional experience in public service. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

4/11 Link Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunch time, L-20

4/12 DHS Jazz Invitational, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/13 Blood Drive 7am-4pm, North Gym

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

May:

5/26 Senior Ball

 

 

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 6, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1924 - Four planes left Seattle on the first successful flight around the world.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Free Lunch TODAY, at the All Student Center! All Davis High students can receive a free lunch. Come in and try a lunch on us! We’ve got burgers and pizza, burritos and quesadillas and a whole lot more! Come in and let us buy your lunch at the new All Student Center!

 

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony? Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office if you have any questions.  All applications are due TODAY at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

This week, the Environmental Protection Agency is officially beginning to roll back Obama Era Car Fuel efficiency requirements. To learn more about the Trump administration’s environmental policy changes & more, come to DHS Politics Club at lunch in N-2.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the second floor near the elevator.

 

Also CSF members: If you are interested in being an officer next year? Stop by P-13 for an application AND attend the CSF officer meeting today with your completed app.   Elections are Friday April 13. Hope to see you there!

 

This week China released a plan to place 25% tariffs on soybeans imported from the US, sparking fears of a looming trade war between the two economics powers. To discuss these recent events and more, come to DHS Politics Club in

N-2 today.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Lacrosse @ Rio Americano, 4:00V/5:30JV

Boys Lacrosse vs St. Francis (MV), 5:30JV/7:30V

Boys Varsity Tennis vs Pleasant Valley-Chico, 3:30                            dismiss: 2:45V

Swimming @ NorCal Swim Champs – Roseville Aquatics/ All-day      dismiss: TBD

Varsity Baseball vs Vintage, 4:00

JV Baseball vs Vintage, 4:00                                                               dismiss: 2:30JV

Track and Field @ Arcadia Invitational/ All-day                               dismiss: TBD

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Please come watch your favorite dancers at So You Think You Can Dance this Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the Brunelle Theatre.  Contestants include Ace Gimenez, Hannah Huang, Helena Leslie, Maeve Kelly, Annie Cui, Sofia Martin, Angela Velasquez, Shay Thompson, the Advanced Treble Choir and more!  Tickets are $5 in advance from any ATC student or Mrs. Gardias.  See you there!

 

The District Office is now accepting applications for Summer Custodians for High School Students.  You must be available to work from June 11, 2018-August 24, 2018, 40 hours/week from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., hours differ based on sites assigned.  Applications are available at the District Office Front Desk, 526 B Street from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Senior Ball Tickets sale starts April 16th -30th: $75 with ASB $80 Without ASB at the finance office during lunch ONLY.

 

CLUBS:

DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its spring blood drive on Friday April 13th. You must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110lbs. to donate blood. Sign-ups are in the quad all the way to the day before the drive 4/12. If you participate, you will get a free t-shirt and the opportunity to save lives.

 

Applications are now available for Open Mic Night. This is an opportunity to showcase your talents. Feel free to be creative with your performance but all are welcome poetry, comedy and signing. Apps. Are due April 20th in ASC. 

 

Hey CSF! If you are a Senior, don’t forget to go to P-13 to initial beside your name. There are two lists that list the active lifetime members and lifetime members. You will not receive the appropriate recognition without an initial. The list will be taken down by April 12th.

 

Best Buddies is having a spread the word to end the word week next week! Make sure to go to the quad to pledge to not use the R-word and to experience what it’s like to have a disability.

 

If you have been part of the DSH Drama Department and would like to be even more involved in outing on the wonderful shows next year, applications for the 2018- 19 executive drama board can be found in P-11 next week.

 

CAREERS:

Sacramento City College has reserved additional Assessment Exam dates for high school students who still need to take the exam at the Davis Center.  Students must take the Assessment Exam before enrolling at Sacramento City College.  Come to the Career Center for the list of special exam dates.

 

Seniors of East Indian ethnicity can now apply for the India Association of Davis Scholarship.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Pioneer Elementary School is looking for high school hip-hop dance instructors for 5th and 6th grade students.  Dance activities take place two or three times per week during lunch at Pioneer. Student instructors will receive a $300 stipend.   Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Juniors and Seniors:  The California Latino Capitol Association Foundation is offering its annual Summer Internship Program for high school students.  Students will intern for an Assembly member, State Senator, or an advocacy organization in Sacramento this summer, and will gain meaningful professional experience in public service. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:00pm, Mondavi Center

4/11 Link Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunch time, L-20

4/12 DHS Jazz Invitational, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/13 Blood Drive 7am-4pm, North Gym

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 5, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1933 - The first operation to remove a lung was performed at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, MO.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

 

Free Lunch Friday at the All Student Center! All Davis High students can receive a free lunch this Friday. Come in and try a lunch on us! We’ve got burgers and pizza, burritos and quesadillas and a whole lot more! Come in and let us buy your lunch this Friday at the new All Student Center!

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting at 5:30pm in the Davis Senior High School Library. This meeting is for all DHS students who are learning English as their second or third language and their parents. Food will be provided and siblings are welcome. If you have, any questions please contact David Achimore (EL Specialist) or Kellie Sequeira (Vice-Principal) See you at 5:30pm!

 

Hey Davis FFA! Our April meeting is in room O-1. We will be watching Disney shorts. Officer applications are available this Thursday until next Thursday the 12th. Applications are due April 27th.

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton @ Napa, 4:00                                                 dismiss: 1:30 select roster

Softball vs Sheldon (Varsity only), 4:00V                         dismiss: 2:10V

Girls Lacrosse @ Rio Americano, 4:00V/5:30JV

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

Please come watch your favorite dancers at So You Think You Can Dance this Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the Brunelle Theatre.  Contestants include Ace Gimenez, Hannah Huang, Helena Leslie, Maeve Kelly, Annie Cui, Sofia Martin, Angela Velasquez, Shay Thompson, the Advanced Treble Choir and more!  Tickets are $5 in advance from any ATC student or Mrs. Gardias.  See you there!

 

The District Office is now accepting applications for Summer Custodians for High School Students.  You must be available to work from June 11, 2018-August 24, 2018, 40 hours/week from 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., hours differ based on sites assigned.  Applications are available at the District Office Front Desk, 526 B Street from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

 

CLUBS:

DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its spring blood drive on Friday April 13th. You must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110lbs. to donate blood. Sign-ups are in the quad all the way to the day before the drive 4/12. If you participate, you will get a free t-shirt and the opportunity to save lives.

 

Applications are now available for Open Mic Night. This is an opportunity to showcase your talents. Feel free to be creative with your performance but all are welcome poetry, comedy and signing. Apps. Are due April 20th in ASC. 

 

This week, the Environmental Protection Agency is officially beginning to roll back Obama Era Car Fuel efficiency requirements. To learn more about the Trump administration’s environmental policy changes & more, come to DHS Politics Club this Friday at lunch in N-2.

 

Hey CSF! If you are a Senior, don’t forget to go to P-13 to initial beside your name. There are two lists that list the active lifetime members and lifetime members. You will not receive the appropriate recognition without an initial. The list will be taken down by April 12th. Also CSF members: If you are interested in being an officer next year? Stop by  P-13 for an application AND attend the CSF officer meeting this Friday, April 6 with your completed app.   Elections are Friday April 13. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21, on the second floor near the elevator.

 

Best Buddies is having a spread the word to end the word week next week! Make sure to go to the quad to pledge to not use the R-word and to experience what it’s like to have a disability.

 

CAREERS:

THIS FRIDAY APRIL 6 is the deadline to submit applications for many local scholarships! It’s not too late to pick up local scholarship applications and fill them out.  Bring your completed applications to the Career Center this FRIDAY BY 4:00! 

 

Sacramento City College has reserved additional Assessment Exam dates for high school students who still need to take the exam at the Davis Center.  Students must take the Assessment Exam before enrolling at Sacramento City College.  Come to the Career Center for the list of special exam dates.

 

Seniors of East Indian ethnicity can now apply for the India Association of Davis Scholarship.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Sacramento City College will offer another orientation at DHS this Friday, April 6 at 10:15 am in the library west conference room.  Orientation is required for all new students and is where you will learn how to choose classes, find college resources, learn the types of degrees available and more.  Come to the Career Center to sign up!

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Military Academy at West Point, the West Point admissions department will hold an informational session in Sacramento on Tuesday April 17 at 7:00 p.m. at American River College.  At the event, you will hear representatives discuss the West Point admission process.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/6 Application Deadline for Senior Grad Speeches

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:00pm, Mondavi Center

4/11 Link Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunch time, L-20

4/12 DHS Jazz Invitational, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/13 Mr. Blue Devil, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/13 Blood Drive 7am-4pm, North Gym

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

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Davis Police Department reported that they have located Isaiah Turner, a 4th grade student at Pioneer Elementary who was reported missing this morning, safely at the home of a relative. We are thankful for the support of our community and the work of the Davis Police Department. 

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Published: 4/3/18




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Today Pioneer Elementary 4th grader Isaiah Turner did not arrive at school. The Davis Police were contacted by the child’s family member and is asking for any information that might help lead to Isaiah’s location.  This is extremely distressful to our school and we encourage any member of our community who may have information to contact the police to help with this search.  The  police have shared the following information:

 

** URGENT**
DPD is asking for the public's assistance in locating a child. He was last seen wearing a black hoodie and lime green pajama pants with dragons on them. He left his house on foot this morning heading towards Pioneer Elementary at 8:25 am and didn't arrive at school. He is 10 years old, tan complexion, wavy long brown hair and brown eyes. If you have any information, please contact the Davis Police Department at 530-747-5400. 

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Published: 4/3/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 3, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1776 - George Washington received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Harvard College.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Interested in a leadership position within the DSHS Climate Committee? The DSHS Climate is a group of students and adults working to promote equity and justice at Davis High. Climate Executive member’s elections will take place on our Climate Committee Meeting during lunch in the West Conference Room. Four executive members (President, Vice President, CCCP Facilitator, Outreach Coordinator) will be elected to support the committee for a one-year commitment. All those interested in the positions must contact Vice-Principal Kellie Sequeira to add your name to the ballot.

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton @ Vintage, 4:00                                            dismiss: 1:30 select roster

Boys Golf JV vs River Valley @ Plumas Lake, 3:30      dismiss: 1:15 select roster

Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs San Ramon Valley, 5:00V

Boys Varsity Tennis vs Elk Grove, 3:45                         dismiss: 3:00V

Softball @ St. Francis, 4:00JV/V                                 dismiss: 1:30JV/V

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions, please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting at 5:30pm in the Davis Senior High School Library on THURSDAY, April 5th. This meeting is for all DHS students who are learning English as their second or third language and their parents. Food will be provided and siblings are welcome. If you have, any questions please contact David Achimore (EL Specialist) or Kellie Sequeira (Vice-Principal) See you Thursday at 5:30pm!

 

Please come watch your favorite dancers at So You Think You Can Dance this Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the Brunelle Theatre.  Contestants include Ace Gimenez, Hannah Huang, Helena Leslie, Maeve Kelly, Annie Cui, Sofia Martin, Angela Velasquez, Shay Thompson, the Advanced Treble Choir and more!  Tickets are $5 in advance from any ATC student or Mrs. Gardias.  See you there!

 

CLUBS:

DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its spring blood drive on Friday April 13th. You must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110lbs. to donate blood. Sign ups are in the quad all the way to the day before the drive 4/12. If you participate, you will get a free t-shirt and the opportunity to save lives.

 

Hey CSF! If you are a Senior, don’t forget to go to P-13 to initial beside your name. There are two lists that list the active lifetime members and lifetime members. You will not receive the appropriate recognition without an initial. The list will be taken down by April 12th. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

THIS FRIDAY APRIL 6 is the deadline to submit applications for many local scholarships! It’s not too late to pick up local scholarship applications and fill them out.  Bring your completed applications to the Career Center this FRIDAY BY 4:00! 

 

 Former Mayor Ruth Asmundson invites juniors and seniors to attend a Leadership and Professional Development Seminar on Wednesday April 11 at 6:00 p.m. in Davis.  The seminar will focus on developing professional skills for future entrepreneurs and leaders.  Students will also have the opportunity to apply for an exclusive Internship Program that will provide experience in project management, social media marketing and community advocacy. Pizza and refreshments will be provided. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Military Academy at West Point, the West Point admissions department will hold an informational session in Sacramento on Tuesday April 17 at 7:00 p.m. at American River College.  At the event, you will hear representatives discuss the West Point admission process.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

4/5 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/6 Application Deadline for Senior Grad Speeches

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:00pm, Mondavi Center

4/11 Link Crew Commissioner Meeting, Lunch time, L-20

4/12 DHS Jazz Invitational, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/13 Mr. Blue Devil, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/13 Blood Drive 7am-4pm, North Gym

4/19 Senior Graduation Speeches- Live Auditions

4/19 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30pm DSHS Library

4/20 A Tribute to Tony Fields, 7pm Brunelle Theater

4/25 Link Crew Meeting, Lunch time

4/26 College Night – Counseling Dept. Presentation

4/27 Student Comedy & Karaoke Night – TBD

May:

5/26 Senior Ball

 

 

 

 

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Published: 4/2/18




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Announcing the Safety Task Force

Davis Joint Unified recognizes that the issue of student safety is not something we face alone, nor something we can fully address in isolation. To strengthen our safety net, we need our community’s support to identify risks and find ways to implement improvements in a timely manner.

 

The Davis Joint Unified School District cordially invites you to participate in a Safety Task Force. The Safety Task Force is designed to provide the Davis Joint Unified District with community input on a spectrum of safety-related considerations, challenges and solutions. The Safety Task Force process will also serve to direct feedback to a variety of school safety-related plans, including our Facilities Master Plan, scheduled to be finalized in May for Board of Education consideration.

 

All Safety Task Force meetings will take place in April 2018, and please see the schedule here. The Task Force meetings are open to the public and will include Spanish language interpretation.

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Published: 3/23/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     April 2, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1963 - Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King began the first non-violent campaign in Birmingham, AL.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Hey NHS! Today we will be holding a meeting at lunch in S-12. We will be voting on next year’s officers, so everyone should come to support a candidate. We will also announce volunteer opportunities. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Volleyball Varsity vs Franklin, 6:00V                         

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions, please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting at 5:30pm in the Davis Senior High School Library on THURSDAY, April 5th. This meeting is for all DHS students who are learning English as their second or third language and their parents. Food will be provided and siblings are welcome. If you have, any questions please contact David Achimore (EL Specialist) or Kellie Sequeira (Vice-Principal) See you Thursday at 5:30pm!

 

Interested in a leadership position within the DSHS Climate Committee? The DSHS Climate is a group of students and adults working to promote equity and justice at Davis High. Climate Executive member’s elections will take place on April 3rd during the next Climate Committee Meeting during lunch in the West Conference Room. Four executive members (President, Vice President, CCCP Facilitator, Outreach Coordinator) will be elected to support the committee for a one-year commitment. All those interested in the positions must contact Vice-Principal Kellie Sequeira to add your name to the ballot.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

4/2 School Resumes

4/3 School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSHS Library

4/5 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/6 Application Deadline for Senior Grad Speeches

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:30pm, Mondavi Center

 

 

 

 

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 23, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1983 - U.S. President Reagan first proposed development of technology to intercept enemy missiles. The proposal became known as the Strategic Defense Initiative and "Star Wars.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting at lunch in room S-12. Please note, it will be in S-12, not P-13. If you are interested in been an officer next year, you need to come to this meeting. Hope to see you there!

 

Are you interested in Politics? If so, come to N-2 for DHS Politics Club’s ice cream social! We will be discussing the latest current events and club leadership positions for next year.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! It’s movie night from 7pm to 9pm in the All Student Center! The GSA will be showing Thelma. Be sure to pick up a permission slip from P-21. We will also have our regular meeting during lunch.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Lacrosse vs Christian Brothers, 6:00JV/7:30V

Boys Lacrosse @Christian Brothers, 3:30JV/5:30V              dismiss: 12:30JV

Frosh Baseball vs Bear Creek, 4:00                                                                 

JV Baseball vs Bear Creek, 3:30                                           dismiss: 2:00JV

                           

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions, please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting at 5:30pm in the Davis Senior High School Library on THURSDAY, April 5th. This meeting is for all DHS students who are learning English as their second or third language and their parents. Food will be provided and siblings are welcome. If you have, any questions please contact David Achimore (EL Specialist) or Kellie Sequeira (Vice-Principal) See you Thursday at 5:30pm!

 

Interested in a leadership position within the DSHS Climate Committee? The DSHS Climate is a group of students and adults working to promote equity and justice at Davis High. Climate Executive member’s elections will take place on April 3rd during the next Climate Committee Meeting during lunch in the West Conference Room. Four executive members (President, Vice President, CCCP Facilitator, Outreach Coordinator) will be elected to support the committee for a one-year commitment. All those interested in the positions must contact Vice-Principal Kellie Sequeira to add your name to the ballot.

 

CLUBS:

Attention CSF! As part of a drive for supplies for the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter, CSF members are encouraged to donate supplies to the container in P-13 in Mrs. O’ Brien’s room and help Davis homeless population, requested supplies available at the club meetings. On behalf of Youth Leadership Davis, thank you!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

APRIL:

4/2 School Resumes

4/3 School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSHS Library

4/5 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/6 Application Deadline for Senior Grad Speeches

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:30pm, Mondavi Center

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 22, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1790 - Thomas Jefferson became the first U.S. Secretary of State.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.  

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Spanish Language and Culture Club meets during lunch in room O-6. Come to have fun and practice your Spanish!

 

“Building Schools and Friendships Nicaragua 2018 Join Us” trip dates are from July 9th to 18th come to learned more today after school our meeting starts at 3:45 – 4:45 in room O-6 Ms. Candelario’s room. All are invited teaches/staff too.

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity Tennis vs Monterey Trail, 3:45                               dismiss: 3:00V

Softball @ Elk Grove, 4:00JV/V                                                 dismiss: 1:30JV/V

                           

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions, please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting at 5:30pm in the Davis Senior High School Library on THURSDAY, April 5th. This meeting is for all DHS students who are learning English as their second or third language and their parents. Food will be provided and siblings are welcome. If you have, any questions please contact David Achimore (EL Specialist) or Kellie Sequeira (Vice-Principal) See you Thursday at 5:30pm!

 

Interested in a leadership position within the DSHS Climate Committee? The DSHS Climate is a group of students and adults working to promote equity and justice at Davis High. Climate Executive member’s elections will take place on April 3rd during the next Climate Committee Meeting during lunch in the West Conference Room. Four executive members (President, Vice President, CCCP Facilitator, Outreach Coordinator) will be elected to support the committee for a one-year commitment. All those interested in the positions must contact Vice-Principal Kellie Sequeira to add your name to the ballot.

 

CLUBS:

Do you want to be part of Friendship Day? If you are interested in becoming a facilitator next year, pick up an application from Mr. Williams room, P-14, and turn it in this Friday, March 23rd.

 

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting this Friday, March 23rd at lunch in room S-12. Please note, it will be in S-12, not P-13. If you are interested in been an officer next year, you need to come to this meeting. Hope to see you there!

 

Are you interested in Politics? If so, come to N-2 this Friday for DHS Politics Club’s ice cream social! We will be discussing the latest current events and club leadership positions for next year.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! It’s movie night this Friday from 7pm to 9pm in the All Student Center! The GSA will be showing Thelma. Be sure to pick up a permission slip from P-21. We will also have our regular meeting during lunch.

 

Hey CSF! If you are a senior, please come to Mrs. O’Brien’s room P-13 to view your status as a CSF member. There are two lists: Active lifetime members and lifetime members. In order to receive the appropriate recognition, seniors must initial next to your name. The lists will be taken down by April 12th. Hope to see you there!

 

Make sure you pick up a copy of the HUB from your 4th period class when it comes out on Friday!

 

Attention CSF! As part of a drive for supplies for the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter, CSF members are encouraged to donate supplies to the container in P-13 in Mrs. O’ Brien’s room and help Davis homeless population, requested supplies available at the club meetings. On behalf of Youth Leadership Davis, thank you!

 

CAREERS:

Would you like to help test an app designed to reduce distracted driving?  If you have a driver’s license and drive independently on a regular basis, Adept Driver would like you and your parent or guardian to participate in this test.  The app is designed to send parents a text message when their teen drives.  Students in the program will receive a $50 gift card of their choice.   Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Local scholarships for Davis high school students are available now!  Come to the Career Center this week to pick up local scholarship applications so you can work on them over spring break.   Spring break is a great time to fill out scholarship applications and have them ready to turn in by the April 6 deadline!

 

Would you like to volunteer this summer where you can make a positive impact on animal welfare, the environment, and children? If so, you should be a Camp Counselor at the Sacramento Zoo! Volunteers help prepare and teach classes for campers, lead songs and games, guide campers through Zoo scavenger hunts, assist in Family Overnight Safaris, and much more. The deadline to apply is April 19th.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

APRIL:

4/2 School Resumes

4/3 School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSHS Library

4/5 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/6 Application Deadline for Senior Grad Speeches

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:30pm, Mondavi Center

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 21, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1851 - Yosemite Valley was discovered in California.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

 

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

Hey, Hey, Hey, It’s Showcase Day! Come watch your fellow classmates battle it out at me Podium + Experience a juicy selection of State Qualifying Speeches brought to you by your very own Speech + Debate Team, today at  6pm, Brunelle Hall. Admission is 5 dollars.

 

Key Club will be having a fundraiser at Teabo Café from 6pm-12am. Bring a flyer and all your friends.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Golf JV vs Jesuit @ Davis Muni, 3:30                      dismiss: 2:30 select roster

Boys Golf Varsity vs Jesuit @ Ancil Hoffman GC, 3:00   dismiss: 1:15 select roster

Dive Team vs Sheldon – 4:00                                                                          

Swimming vs Sheldon, 4:00                                              dismiss: 2:30 whole team

Boys Volleyball Varsity vs Sheldon, 6:00

Track and Field vs Grant & Pleasant Grove, 3:30          dismiss: 2:15 whole team

                           

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions, please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting at 5:30pm in the Davis Senior High School Library on THURSDAY, April 5th. This meeting is for all DHS students who are learning English as their second or third language and their parents. Food will be provided and siblings are welcome. If you have, any questions please contact David Achimore (EL Specialist) or Kellie Sequeira (Vice-Principal) See you Thursday at 5:30pm!

 

Interested in a leadership position within the DSHS Climate Committee? The DSHS Climate is a group of students and adults working to promote equity and justice at Davis High. Climate Executive member’s elections will take place on April 3rd during the next Climate Committee Meeting during lunch in the West Conference Room. Four executive members (President, Vice President, CCCP Facilitator, Outreach Coordinator) will be elected to support the committee for a one-year commitment. All those interested in the positions must contact Vice-Principal Kellie Sequeira to add your name to the ballot.

 

CLUBS:

Do you want to be part of Friendship Day? If you are interested in becoming a facilitator next year, pick up an application from Mr. Williams room, P-14, and turn it in this Friday, March 23rd.

 

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting this Friday, March 23rd at lunch in room S-12. Please note, it will be in S-12, not P-13. If you are interested in been an officer next year, you need to come to this meeting. Hope to see you there!

 

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

 

Are you interested in Politics? If so, come to N-2 this Friday for DHS Politics Club’s ice cream social! We will be discussing the latest current events and club leadership positions for next year.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! It’s movie night this Friday from 7pm to 9pm in the All Student Center! The GSA will be showing Thelma. Be sure to pick up a permission slip from P-21. We will also have our regular meeting during lunch.

 

Hey CSF! If you are a senior, please come to Mrs. O’Brien’s room P-13 to view your status as a CSF member. There are two lists: Active lifetime members and lifetime members. In order to receive the appropriate recognition, seniors must initial next to your name. The lists will be taken down by April 12th. Hope to see you there!

 

Make sure you pick up a copy of the HUB from your 4th period class when it comes out on Friday!

 

CAREERS:

Would you like to help test an app designed to reduce distracted driving?  If you have a driver’s license and drive independently on a regular basis, Adept Driver would like you and your parent or guardian to participate in this test.  The app is designed to send parents a text message when their teen drives.  Students in the program will receive a $50 gift card of their choice.   Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Local scholarships for Davis high school students are available now!  Come to the Career Center this week to pick up local scholarship applications so you can work on them over spring break.   Spring break is a great time to fill out scholarship applications and have them ready to turn in by the April 6 deadline!

Would you like to volunteer this summer where you can make a positive impact on animal welfare, the environment, and children? If so, you should be a Camp Counselor at the Sacramento Zoo!

 

Volunteers help prepare and teach classes for campers, lead songs and games, guide campers through Zoo scavenger hunts, assist in Family Overnight Safaris, and much more. The deadline to apply is April 19th.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

APRIL:

4/2 School Resumes

4/3 School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSHS Library

4/5 DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/6 Application Deadline for Senior Grad Speeches

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:30pm, Mondavi Center

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/20/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 20, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1815 - Napoleon Bonaparte entered Paris after his escape from Elba and began his "Hundred Days" rule.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Armijo, 4:00                                                 dismiss: 2:30 whole team

Girls Lacrosse vs Amador Valley, 5:30JV/7:00V

Boys Lacrosse @ Casa Roble, 7:30V

Softball @ Monterey Trail, 4:00JV/V                                dismiss: 1:30JV/V

                                           

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions, please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

English Learners Advisory Committee (ELAC) meeting at 5:30pm in the Davis Senior High School Library on THURSDAY, March 22nd. This meeting is for all DHS students who are learning English as their second or third language and their parents. Food will be provided and siblings are welcome. If you have, any questions please contact David Achimore (EL Specialist) or Kellie Sequeira (Vice-Principal) See you Thursday at 5:30pm!

 

Interested in a leadership position within the DSHS Climate Committee? The DSHS Climate is a group of students and adults working to promote equity and justice at Davis High. Climate Executive member’s elections will take place on April 3rd during the next Climate Committee Meeting during lunch in the West Conference Room. Four executive members (President, Vice President, CCCP Facilitator, Outreach Coordinator) will be elected to support the committee for a one-year commitment. All those interested in the positions must contact Vice-Principal Kellie Sequeira to add your name to the ballot.

 

CLUBS:

Come to DSH Speech + Debate’s Annual Showcase on March 21st for an evening of humor, tragedy and surprise at Brunelle Hall. Doors open at 6pm.

 

Key Club will be having a fundraiser at Teabo Café on Wednesday March 21st from 6pm-12am. Bring a flyer and all your friends.

 

Hey, Hey, Hey, It’s Showcase Day! Come watch your fellow classmates battle it out at me Podium + Experience a juicy selection of State Qualifying Speeches brought to you by your very own Speech + Debate Team. This Wednesday, 6pm, Brunelle Hall. Admission is 5 dollars.

 

Do you want to be part of Friendship Day? If you are interested in becoming a facilitator next year, pick up an application from Mr. Williams room, P-14, and turn it in this Friday, March 23rd.

 

Hey CSF! There is a general meeting this Friday, March 23rd at lunch in room S-12. Please note, it will be in S-12, not P-13. If you are interested in been an officer next year, you need to come to this meeting. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

Would you like to help test an app designed to reduce distracted driving?  If you have a driver’s license and drive independently on a regular basis, Adept Driver would like you and your parent or guardian to participate in this test.  The app is designed to send parents a text message when their teen drives.  Students in the program will receive a $50 gift card of their choice.   Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Local scholarships for Davis high school students are available now!  Come to the Career Center this week to pick up local scholarship applications so you can work on them over spring break.   Spring break is a great time to fill out scholarship applications and have them ready to turn in by the April 6 deadline!

Would you like to volunteer this summer where you can make a positive impact on animal welfare, the environment, and children? If so, you should be a Camp Counselor at the Sacramento Zoo!

 

Volunteers help prepare and teach classes for campers, lead songs and games, guide campers through Zoo scavenger hunts, assist in Family Overnight Safaris, and much more. The deadline to apply is April 19th.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

APRIL:

4/2 School Resumes

4/3 School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSHS Library

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/6 Application Deadline for Senior Grad Speeches

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:30pm, Mondavi Center

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Published: 3/19/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 19, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1748 - The English Naturalization Act passed granting Jews right to colonize in the U.S.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.
  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/Brown Rice & Veggies.

 

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

 Melba Beals, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater today at 4pm.  Dr. Beals was one of the Little Rock 9 – 9 African American high school students who integrated Central High School during the 1957-58 school year.  Dr. Beals will be speaking about her experiences but also providing perspective on how we all deal with difficulties.  If you want to attend, please stop by P-14 to get a ticket to the event.  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND.  RSJ, Student Government and DJUSD sponsor this event.

 

A representative from Sacramento City College will be in the Career Center today at lunch to show students how to apply to Sac City, and discuss the many Career Education programs offered at the college.  Pizza will be provided! Come to the Career Center for more information and to sign up.

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Woods, 4:00                                                              dismiss: 3:00

Boys Golf JV vs Rio Americano, 3:30                                             dismiss: 2:30

Boys Golf Varsity – League Mach @ Wildhawk GC – TBA

Boys Volleyball JV @ Jesuit, 5:00                                                    dismiss: 3:00

Boys Volleyball Varsity @ Jesuit, 6:00                                             dismiss: 4:00

Frosh Baseball @ Vintage, 4:00                                                       dismiss: 1:30

                                           

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl. Suite 2000 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

CLUBS:

Come to DSH Speech + Debate’s Annual Showcase on March 21st for an evening of humor, tragedy and surprise at Brunelle Hall. Doors open at 6pm.

 

Key Club will be having a fundraiser at Teabo Café on Wednesday March 21st from 6pm-12am. Bring a flyer and all your friends.

 

Hey, Hey, Hey, It’s Showcase Day! Come watch your fellow classmates battle it out at me Podium + Experience a juicy selection of State Qualifying Speeches brought to you by your very own Speech + Debate Team. This Wednesday, 6pm, Brunelle Hall. Admission is 5 dollars.

 

CAREERS:

Would you like to help test an app designed to reduce distracted driving?  If you have a driver’s license and drive independently on a regular basis, Adept Driver would like you and your parent or guardian to participate in this test.  The app is designed to send parents a text message when their teen drives.  Students in the program will receive a $50 gift card of their choice.   Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Local scholarships for Davis high school students are available now!  Come to the Career Center this week to pick up local scholarship applications so you can work on them over spring break.   Spring break is a great time to fill out scholarship applications and have them ready to turn in by the April 6 deadline!

 

Would you like to volunteer this summer where you can make a positive impact on animal welfare, the environment, and children? If so, you should be a Camp Counselor at the Sacramento Zoo! Volunteers help prepare and teach classes for campers, lead songs and games, guide campers through Zoo scavenger hunts, assist in Family Overnight Safaris, and much more. The deadline to apply is April 19th.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

APRIL:

4/2 School Resumes

4/3 School Climate Meeting, Lunchtime, DSHS Library

4/6 Momentum Dance Performance, 7pm, Brunelle Theater

4/6 Application Deadline for Senior Grad Speeches

4/8 Wennberg Concert, 2:30pm, Mondavi Center

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/16/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 16, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1882 - The U.S. Senate approved a treaty allowing the United States to join the Red Cross.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

TODAY:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21 on the second floor near the elevator. We will be continuing our discussion on intersectionality and why it’s important.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Lacrosse vs St. Mary’s, 5:30JV/7:00V

                                             

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

Apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy

Graduating seniors, who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in a language other than English, may be eligible to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation! More information on the eligibility and to access the application at English Learners website. Applications must be submitted to mgonzalez@djusd.net by March 16.

 

Monday, March 19th, at 4 p.m. Melba Beals, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater.  Dr. Beals was one of the Little Rock 9 – 9 African American high school students who integrated Central High School during the 1957-58 school year.  Dr. Beals will be speaking about her experiences but also providing perspective on how we all deal with difficulties.  If you want to attend, please stop by P-14 to get a ticket to the event.  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND.  This event is sponsored by RSJ, Student Government and DJUSD.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions

Monday, March 19th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the April issue of the DHS 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.

 

CLUBS:

Please support Academic Decathlon by donating items such as lightly used clothes, books, games, etc. small items can be brought to Mr. Barclay’s room T-3. Other large items can be brought the day of the garage sale, Saturday March 17th from 8am-1:00pm at the DJUSD parking lot 526 B Street. Any large unclaimed items need to be picked up or otherwise be donated to charity. Note: Please no large like beds or couches.

 

Come to DSH Speech + Debate’s Annual Showcase on March 21st for an evening of humor, tragedy and surprise at Brunelle Hall. Doors open at 6pm.

 

Making plans for Saturday? Come to the World Language Fair here at DHS! It is free and will be held in the ASC from 11am- 2pm. Free international performances and tasty international foods for a low price.

 

Key Club will be having a fundraiser at Teabo Café on Wednesday March 21st from 6pm-12am. Bring a flyer and all your friends.

 

CAREERS:

Would you like to help test an app designed to reduce distracted driving?  If you have a driver’s license and drive independently on a regular basis, Adept Driver would like you and your parent or guardian to participate in this test.  The app is designed to send parents a text message when their teen drives.  Students in the program will receive a $50 gift card of their choice.   Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/15/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 15, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1341 - During the Hundred Years War, an alliance was signed between Roman Emperor Louis IV and France's Philip VI.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw serve with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Did you miss the Summer Activities, Scholarship and Job Fair on Wednesday?  Don’t worry – all information and applications available at the fair for scholarships, jobs, summer programs, and volunteer opportunities can be found in the Career Center which is located in the All Student Center.  Come to the Career Center for all this information and more!

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity Tennis @ Pleasant Grove, 3:45                             dismiss: 2:00V

Boys JV Tennis vs Pioneer, 3:45                                                 dismiss: 2:50JV

Varsity Baseball vs Rocklin @ Raley Field, 6:30  

JV Baseball vs Rocklin @ Raley Field, 3:30                              dismiss: 12:15JV

                                             

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

Apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy

Graduating seniors, who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in a language other than English, may be eligible to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation! More information on the eligibility and to access the application at English Learners website. Applications must be submitted to mgonzalez@djusd.net by March 16.

 

Monday, March 19th, at 4 p.m. Melba Beals, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater.  Dr. Beals was one of the Little Rock 9 – 9 African American high school students who integrated Central High School during the 1957-58 school year.  Dr. Beals will be speaking about her experiences but also providing perspective on how we all deal with difficulties.  If you want to attend, please stop by P-14 to get a ticket to the event.  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND.  This event is sponsored by RSJ, Student Government and DJUSD.

 

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions

Monday, March 19th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the April issue of the DHS 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.

 

CLUBS:

Please support Academic Decathlon by donating items such as lightly used clothes, books, games, etc. small items can be brought to Mr. Barclay’s room T-3. Other large items can be brought the day of the garage sale, Saturday March 17th from 8am-1:00pm at the DJUSD parking lot 526 B Street. Any large unclaimed items need to be picked up or otherwise be donated to charity. Note: Please no large like beds or couches.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21 on the second floor near the elevator. We will be continuing our discussion on intersectionality and why it’s important.

 

Come to DSH Speech + Debate’s Annual Showcase on March 21st for an evening of humor, tragedy and surprise at Brunelle Hall. Doors open at 6pm.

 

Making plans for Saturday? Come to the World Language Fair here at DHS! It is free and will be held in the ASC from 11am- 2pm. Free international performances and tasty international foods for a low price.

 

CAREERS:

Sacramento City College has reserved special Assessment Exam dates for high school students who want to take the exam at the Davis Center campus.  Students must take the Assessment Exam before enrolling at Sacramento City College and to be eligible for priority registration.  Come to the Career Center for the list of special exam dates and to make an appointment.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/14/18




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Wednesday, March 14 marks a day of national interest around gun control activism. Our schools, depending on the level of interest from students, are prepared to engage students in discourse and activities that model civic engagement.  We also know some students will want to be part of the walkouts that are occurring nationally. As a school district we support student First Amendment rights, but must ensure student safety and uphold district policies and administrative regulations.  We share with you the following guidance so our community is clear on how Davis Joint Unified will be approaching any student walkouts.

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Posted by: Madison Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 3/13/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 14, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1923 - President Harding became the first U.S. President to file an income tax report.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.  

TODAY:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting during lunch in S-12. Hope to see you there!

 

Support DSH AVID @ Dos Coyotes South Davis 5-9pm dine in only 20% goes to AVID. Any more info sent on School Loop or go to N-1 (AVID room).

 

ATHLETICS:

JV Golf vs Oakmont @ Davis Muni, 3:30                         dismiss: 2:30 select roster

Varsity Golf vs Elk Grove @ Wildhawk GC, 3:00             dismiss: 1:15 select roster

Dive Team @ Jesuit/SF, 4:00

Swimming @ Jesuit/ St. Francis, 4:00                               dismiss: 2:00

Boys JV Volleyball vs St. Patrick/ St. Vincent, 6:00

Boys Varsity Volleyball @ Elk Grove, 6:00

Frosh Baseball @ Rocklin, 4:00                                                               

Softball vs Woodland Christian, 4:00                                dismiss: 2:10V-JV

Track and Field @ Delta League Meet, 3:30                    dismiss: 1:30

                                               

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

Apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy

Graduating seniors, who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in a language other than English, may be eligible to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation! More information on the eligibility and to access the application at English Learners website. Applications must be submitted to mgonzalez@djusd.net by March 16.

 

The approval lists for AP Art studio have been posted in the portfolio room.  Students who submitted may pick up their portfolios this week.

 

Monday, March 19th, at 4 p.m. Melba Beals, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater.  Dr. Beals was one of the Little Rock 9 – 9 African American high school students who integrated Central High School during the 1957-58 school year.  Dr. Beals will be speaking about her experiences but also providing perspective on how we all deal with difficulties.  If you want to attend, please stop by P-14 to get a ticket to the event.  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND.  This event is sponsored by RSJ, Student Government and DJUSD.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions

Monday, March 19th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the April issue of the DHS 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.

 

CLUBS:

Please support Academic Decathlon by donating items such as lightly used clothes, books, games, etc. small items can be brought to Mr. Barclay’s room T-3. Other large items can be brought the day of the garage sale, Saturday March 17th from 8am-1:00pm at the DJUSD parking lot 526 B Street. Any large unclaimed items need to be picked up or otherwise be donated to charity. Note: Please no large like beds or couches.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room P-21 on the second floor near the elevator. We will be continuing our discussion on intersectionality and why it’s important.

 

Come to the Pre-Med Club’s fundraiser today at Tea for You!! It runs from 11:30am to 11:00pm, so stop by to grab a drink. Make sure you show our flier, which can be found on our Instagram @dshspremed or on posters in the hallway.

 

Come to DSH Speech + Debate’s Annual Showcase on March 21st for an evening of humor, tragedy and surprise at Brunelle Hall. Doors open at 6pm.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  If you are planning to attend UC Davis, have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and you worked at a paid job during high school, you may qualify for the $14,292 Beeghly-Merritt Scholarship!  The deadline to apply is April 11.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Sacramento City College has reserved special Assessment Exam dates for high school students who want to take the exam at the Davis Center campus.  Students must take the Assessment Exam before enrolling at Sacramento City College and to be eligible for priority registration.  Come to the Career Center for the list of

special exam dates and to make an appointment.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/13/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     March 13, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  2012 - After 244 years of publication, Encyclopedia Britannica announced it would discontinue its print edition.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.  

 

TODAY:

Fundraiser to support The Band and Symphony Carnegie Hall tour this June! Enjoy dinner at Chipotle from 4-8pm. Remember to show the flyer when you order. See you there!

 

Latinos Unidos meeting today don’t forget to come and turn in field trip forms before school ends today.

 

The professions in Health Science Club will host their March Speaker today in S-12, Mr. Richardson room. Everyone is welcome!

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Vintage – 4:00                                                 dismiss: 3:00

Girls Lacrosse vs Dougherty Valley, 5:30JV/7:00V              dismiss: 2:45JV

Boys Lacrosse @ College Park, 5:30JV/7:00V                    dismiss: 2:30J

Boys Varsity Tennis vs Franklin, 3:45                                  dismiss: 3:00V

JV Baseball vs Liberty Ranch, 3:30                                     dismiss: 2:00JV

                                                   

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

Apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy

Graduating seniors, who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in a language other than English, may be eligible to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation! More information on the eligibility and to access the application at English Learners website. Applications must be submitted to mgonzalez@djusd.net by March 16.

 

Monday, March 19th, at 4 p.m. Melba Beals, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater.  Dr. Beals was one of the Little Rock 9 – 9 African American high school students who integrated Central High School during the 1957-58 school year.  Dr. Beals will be speaking about her experiences but also providing perspective on how we all deal with difficulties.  If you want to attend, please stop by P-14 to get a ticket to the event.  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND.  This event is sponsored by RSJ, Student Government and DJUSD.

 

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment and noticing the thoughts and sensations that arise. Students who enjoy mindfulness training it will be postpone until next week. We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

The approval lists for AP Art studio have been posted in the portfolio room.  Students who submitted may pick up their portfolios this week.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting this Wednesday March 14th during lunch in S-12. Hope to see you there!

 

Support DSH AVID @ Dos Coyotes South Davis Wednesday March 14th 5-9pm dine in only. 20% goes to AVID. Any more info sent on School Loop or go to N-1 ( AVID room).

 

Come to DSH Speech + Debate’s Annual Showcase on March 21st for an evening of humor, tragedy and surprise at Brunelle Hall. Doors open at 6pm.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  If you are planning to attend UC Davis, have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and you worked at a paid job during high school, you may qualify for the $14,292 Beeghly-Merritt Scholarship!  The deadline to apply is April 11.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Sacramento City College has reserved special Assessment Exam dates for high school students who want to take the exam at the Davis Center campus.  Students must take the Assessment Exam before enrolling at Sacramento City College and to be eligible for priority registration.  Come to the Career Center for the list of special exam dates and to make an appointment.

 

The SUMMER ACTIVITIES, SCHOLARSHIP AND JOB FAIR has been POSTPONED due to rain.  The event has been rescheduled for this Wednesday, March 14 at lunch on the quad.  Come to the fair for information on scholarships, jobs, volunteer opportunities and summer activities.  See you at the fair Wednesday at lunch!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/14   Link Crew Commissioner Meeting

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/12/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     March 9, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1793 - Jean Pierre Blanchard made the first balloon flight in North America. The event was witnessed by U.S. President George Washington.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

TODAY:

AVID applications are available in the main office or Room N-1. Applications are due to Ms. McInturf in N-1 by TODAY!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21. On the second floor near the elevator, and join us in our discussion about identity and intersectionality.

 

Hey CSF, there is a general meeting at in room P-13 at lunch. Come to learn more about upcoming volunteer projects and events. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Baseball vs Yuba City, 3:15                                                dismiss: 2:00

JV Baseball vs Yuba City, 3:30                                                      dismiss: 2:00

Frosh Baseball @ Yuba City, 3:30

                                                   

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

The art of Davis High School students is being exhibited Saturday, March 10 from 5:30 - 8:30pm at the 94B Gallery near Woodland. Please come out for a fun night to celebrate these talented students!

 

Apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy

Graduating seniors, who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in a language other than English, may be eligible to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation! More information on the eligibility and to access the application at English Learners website. Applications must be submitted to mgonzalez@djusd.net by March 16.

 

Monday, March 19th, at 4 p.m. Melba Beals, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater.  Dr. Beals was one of the Little Rock 9 – 9 African American high school students who integrated Central High School during the 1957-58 school year.  Dr. Beals will be speaking about her experiences but also providing perspective on how we all deal with difficulties.  If you want to attend, please stop by P-14 to get a ticket to the event.  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND.  This event is sponsored by RSJ, Student Government and DJUSD.

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

 

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

CLUBS:

Latinos Unidos meeting will be this Tuesday, March 13th don’t forget to come and turn in field trip forms before school ends today!

 

CAREERS:

TUESDAY MARCH 13 AT LUNCH IS THE CAREER CENTER’S ANNUAL SUMMER ACTIVITIES, SCHOLARSHIP AND JOB FAIR!!!  If you're looking for something to do this summer, need a job, or need extra money for college, you won't want to miss this event!  The fair will feature job applications, scholarship applications, and information about volunteering and summer activities.  The fair will take place outside the Career Center on Tuesday, March 13 at lunch. See you there!

 

SENIORS:  If you are planning to attend UC Davis, have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and you worked at a paid job during high school, you may qualify for the $14,292 Beeghly-Merritt Scholarship!  The deadline to apply is April 11.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Sacramento City College has reserved special Assessment Exam dates for high school students who want to take the exam at the Davis Center campus.  Students must take the Assessment Exam before enrolling at Sacramento City College and to be eligible for priority registration.  Come to the Career Center for the list of special exam dates and to make an appointment.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3/9   Friendship Day

3/8-3/11 Theater Department Play

3/11 Link Crew Meeting

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/8/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     March 8, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1618 - Johann Kepler discovered the third Law of Planetary Motion.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

 

TODAY:

It’s Italy’s general elections on Sunday; there populist parties capture over 50% of the vote, further destabilizing the country’s establishment. To learn more & discuss other current events, come to N-2 at lunch DHS Politics Club!

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton @ Rodriguez, 4:00                                       dismiss: 2:00 select roster

JV Golf Blue vs White scrimmage, 3:00                       dismiss: 2:00 select roster

Boys Varsity Tennis vs Sheldon, 3:45                          dismiss: 3:00

Boys JV Tennis @ Valley, Away, 3:45                        dismiss: 2:15

Softball vs Roseville, 4:00                                        dismiss: 2:10V-JV

Girls Lacrosse vs St. Francis @ Yudin Field, 5:30V/7:00JV

                                                   

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

Avid applications are available in the main office or Room N-1. Applications are due to Ms. McInturf in N-1 by Friday, March 9th.

 

The art of Davis High School students is being exhibited Saturday, March 10 from 5:30 - 8:30pm at the 94B Gallery near Woodland. Please come out for a fun night to celebrate these talented students!

 

Apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy

Graduating seniors, who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in a language other than English, may be eligible to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation! More information on the eligibility and to access the application at English Learners website. Applications must be submitted to mgonzalez@djusd.net by March 16.

 

Monday, March 19th, at 4 p.m. Melba Beals, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater.  Dr. Beals was one of the Little Rock 9 – 9 African American high school students who integrated Central High School during the 1957-58 school year.  Dr. Beals will be speaking about her experiences but also providing perspective on how we all deal with difficulties.  If you want to attend, please stop by P-14 to get a ticket to the event.  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND.  This event is sponsored by RSJ, Student Government and DJUSD.

“DSHS Dance Team” will be holding tryouts for the 2018-2019 school year April 9th – April 12th.

 

Mandatory Clinic, Monday, April 9th – 11th, from 4-6pm @ DSHS Dance Room. Tryouts, Thursday, April 12th @ 4 pm

 Parent/Student Information Packet There will be a mandatory parent/guardian and student meeting on Wednesday, April 4th from 5:30pm-6:00pm in the DSHS Dance room. It is required that all dancers have been cleared by Athletics prior to participating in tryouts.  For an Athletic clearance packet, please visit the DSHS Administration office or go online to the Athletics website @ http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics for forms. For any questions please email Coach Perez @ kperez@djusd.net

 

CLUBS:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21. On the second floor near the elevator, and join us in our discussion about identity and intersectionality.

 

CAREERS:

Time to sign-up for this month’s Financial Literacy class!  The class will be on the basics of credit, credit cards, establishing credit history, and understanding how loans work. The class is Friday, March 9th at 12:00.  Pizza will be provided. Sign-up in the Career Center.  The class size is limited to the first 30 students who sign-up.  Sign-up early.  The Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:              

3-7/3-8   Jazz Band Auditions

3/9   Friendship Day

3/8-3/11 Theater Department Play

3/11 Link Crew Meeting

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/7/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     March 7, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 0322 BC - Aristotle, the Greek philosopher, died.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.  

 

TODAY:

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.

 

Did you know that over 1 million Earth-Sized planets can fit into the Sun? To learn more mind- bending facts about the universe, come to S-11 today during lunch for Armstrong Club!

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Golf vs Monterey Trail, 3:00                                   dismiss: 1:45select roster

Boys Varsity Lacrosse vs Campolindo, 7:30

Dive vs Elk Grove, 4:00

Swimming vs Elk Grove, 4:00                                            dismiss 2:30

Boys JV Volleyball @ Rio Americano, 5:00                     dismiss: 3:00

Boys Varsity Volleyball @ Rio Americano, 6:00

Varsity Baseball @ Vacaville, 3:00                                   dismiss: 1:00

JV Baseball @ Vacaville, 3:00                                         dismiss: 1:00

Frosh Baseball vs Vacaville – 3:30                                                                      

                                                    

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

Avid applications are available in the main office or Room N-1. Applications are due to Ms. McInturf in N-1 by Friday, March 9th.

 

The art of Davis High School students is being exhibited Saturday, March 10 from 5:30 - 8:30pm at the 94B Gallery near Woodland. Please come out for a fun night to celebrate these talented students!

 

Apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy

Graduating seniors, who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in a language other than English, may be eligible to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation! More information on the eligibility and to access the application at English Learners website. Applications must be submitted to mgonzalez@djusd.net by March 16.

 

Monday, March 19th, at 4 p.m. Melba Beals, will be speaking in Brunelle Theater.  Dr. Beals was one of the Little Rock 9 – 9 African American high school students who integrated Central High School during the 1957-58 school year.  Dr. Beals will be speaking about her experiences but also providing perspective on how we all deal with difficulties.  If you want to attend, please stop by P-14 to get a ticket to the event.  YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO ATTEND.  This event is sponsored by RSJ, Student Government and DJUSD.

 

CLUBS:

It’s Italy’s general elections on Sunday; there populist parties capture over 50% of the vote, further destabilizing the country’s establishment. To learn more & discuss other current events, come to N-2 this Thursday at lunch DHS Politics Club!

 

CAREERS:

Time to sign-up for this month’s Financial Literacy class!  The class will be on the basics of credit, credit cards, establishing credit history, and understanding how loans work. The class is Friday, March 9th at 12:00.  Pizza will be provided. Sign-up in the Career Center.  The class size is limited to the first 30 students who sign-up.  Sign-up early.  The Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:             

3/5-3/7   Choir Auditions.

3-7/3-8   Jazz Band Auditions

3/9   Friendship Day

3/8-3/11 Theater Department Play

3/11 Link Crew Meeting

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/6/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     March 6, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1808 - At Harvard University, the first college orchestra was founded.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch:” Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

TODAY:

“Join the committee who supports Social Justice at Davis High School—Climate Committee. Our meeting is today in the West Conference Room of the Library. Come and learn about our outreach to clubs and our work to support a just environment for all. See you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Vintage, 4:00                                                          dismiss: 3:00

Boys Varsity Tennis @ Jesuit, 3:45                                               dismiss: 2:00

Boys JV Tennis vs McClatchy, 3:45                                              dismiss: 2:50

Softball JV vs Napa – 4:00                                                           dismiss: 2:10JV       

                                                            

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

Avid applications are available in the main office or Room N-1. Applications are due to Ms. McInturf in N-1 by Friday, March 9th.

 

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.

 

The art of Davis High School students is being exhibited Saturday, March 10 from 5:30 - 8:30pm at the 94B Gallery near Woodland. Please come out for a fun night to celebrate these talented students!

 

RSJ Research Project Survey - Responses Needed!

Please take a few minutes to help students in the Race and Social Justice class with their project by filling out this survey:  https://goo.gl/2bAXtx

 

Apply for the State Seal of Biliteracy

Graduating seniors, who have attained a high level of proficiency in speaking, reading, and writing in a language other than English, may be eligible to receive the State Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation! More information on the eligibility and to access the application at English Learners website. Applications must be submitted to mgonzalez@djusd.net by March 16.

 

CAREERS:

Time to sign-up for this month’s Financial Literacy class!  The class will be on the basics of credit, credit cards, establishing credit history, and understanding how loans work. The class is Friday, March 9th at 12:00.  Pizza will be provided. Sign-up in the Career Center.  The class size is limited to the first 30 students who sign-up.  Sign-up early.  The Financial Literacy classes fill up quickly.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:             

3/5-3/7   Choir Auditions.

3-7/3-8   Jazz Band Auditions

3/9   Friendship Day

3/8-3/11 Theater Department Play

3/11 Link Crew Meeting

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/5/18




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Dear DJUSD Parent/Guardian,

 

Harper Junior High School will be open on Monday, March 5, 2018.   

 

Today Davis Police officers, working with the Davis Joint Unified School District, were able to identify the source of the threat made against Harper Jr. High on Friday, a male student in his early teens.  Further investigation revealed the threat was a prank.  Any legal or school disciplinary measures related to this matter are being handled by the appropriate entity.

 

Harper Junior High School will be in session for a regular school day on Monday, March 5.  We are thankful for the assistance of the Davis Police Department for their thorough investigation and dedication the safety of Davis students.  In light of the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida and other recent tragedies effective partnerships with the Davis Police Department are more important than ever.

 

At this point in time, all DJUSD schools are open on Monday, March 5, 2018.  There are no known threats to any campuses.

 

We understand that events like this can cause fear and stress. If you have questions or need support for your student, please contact your child’s principal or counselor.

 

Sincerely,

John A. Bowes, Superintendent

 

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Estimado/a padre/guardian de Harper

 

La escuela Harper Junior High estará abierta el lunes, 5 de marzo de 2018.

 

Hoy los oficiales de la policía de Davis, trabajando con el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Davis, han identificado la fuente de la amenaza contra Harper Jr. High el viernes, un estudiante masculino en su adolescencia. Investigaciones posteriores revelaron que la amenaza era una broma. Cualquier medida disciplinaria legal o escolar relacionada con este asunto está siendo manejada por la entidad apropiada.

 

Harper Junior High School estará en sesión para un día escolar regular el lunes, 5 de marzo. Estamos agradecidos por la asistencia del Departamento de Policía de Davis por su exhaustiva investigación y dedicación a la seguridad de los estudiantes de Davis. A la luz de los reciente tiroteo escolar en Parkland, Florida y otras tragedias recientes, las a efectivas con el Departamento de Policía de Davis son más importantes que nunca.

En este momento, todas las escuelas de DJUSD están abiertas el lunes, 5 de marzo de 2018. No se conocen amenazas a ningún campus.

 

Entendemos que eventos como este pueden causar miedo y estrés. Si tiene preguntas o necesita ayuda para su estudiante, por favor, póngase en contacto con el director o consejero de su hijo.

 

Sinceramente,

John A. Bowes, Superintendente

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Posted by: Madison Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 3/4/18




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DJUSD/Parent Guardians:

This message is to inform you that Harper has received a targeted and anonymous threat via the StopIt App. The threat claimed that there would be a school shooting at Harper Junior High School on Monday, March 5, 2018. As safety is the Davis Joint Unified School District’s number one priority, the Davis Police were contacted and, in conjunction with school staff, are conducting an investigation into the threat. Harper Junior High School and district administration are in close communication with the police as we continue to investigate over the weekend. If you have any information regarding this threat, contact the Davis Police Department- 911 for Emergencies and (530) 747-5400 Non-emergency line.  We will be communicating again with our school community no later than Saturday at 5pm about whether Harper will be closed on Monday.

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 3/2/18




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Davis Senior High School Families,

 

Friday during lunch (March 2), an empty ammunition belt was found by campus supervisors in Vets Memorial parking lot and turned into the Davis Police Department.  Davis Police evaluated the situation and found no threats to our campus or community.  

 

We informed all staff, followed protocols and instruction continued uninterrupted.  During times like this rumors and misinformation may begin among students and our community. Your help in seeking factual information from the school is appreciated.  If you have information or questions, please contact me by email.  I will be checking emails over the weekend.

 

We value and appreciate your help.

 

Tom McHale

Interim Principal, Davis Senior High School

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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
Published: 3/2/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     March 5, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1842 - A Mexican force of over 500 men under Rafael Vasquez invaded Texas for the first time since the revolution. They briefly occupied San Antonio, but soon headed back to the Rio Grande.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

 

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Golf vs St. Mary’s Invitational @ Stockton GCC, 9:00                               All-day

                                                                               

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

Avid applications are available in the main office or Room N-1. Applications are due to Ms. McInturf in N-1 by Friday, March 9th.

 

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.

 

The art of Davis High School students is being exhibited Saturday, March 9 from 5:30 - 8:30pm at the 94B Gallery near Woodland. Please come out for a fun night to celebrate these talented students!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:             

3/5-3/7   Choir Auditions.

3/6   School Climate Meeting

3-7/3-8   Jazz Band Auditions

3/9   Friendship Day

3/8-3/11 Theater Department Play

3/11 Link Crew Meeting

3/17   Band Festival – Jr & Sr High Bands

3/17   RSJ Presentation, South Gym, 5-7pm

3/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory, 5:30 Library

3/26-3/30   Spring Recess- NO CLASSES IN SESSION.

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/2/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     March 2, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1917 - Citizens of Puerto Rico were granted U.S. citizenship with the enactment of the Jones Act.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean  & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

TODAY:

Come to the Art for Cure meeting during lunch in L-27. We will be finalizing a design for our mural!

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton vs Rodriguez, 4:00                                                   dismiss: 3:00

Boys Lacrosse vs Miramonte, 5:30JV/7:30V           

Swim Team @ American River College, All-day                      dismiss: TBA

Varsity Baseball @ Bellarmire, 2:30                                       dismiss: TBA

Softball @ St. Mary’s Tournament (JV), 3:30-7:30

Softball @ St. Mary’s Tournament (V), 3:30   

                                                                            

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

Spring Safety Week: Spring Safety Week will take place the week of March 5 – March 9, 2018.  Please remember that safety is everyone’s responsibility.  For the safety of all involved, it is imperative that we practice with great fidelity the following safety protocols: Monday – AED/CPR, Tuesday – Fire Evacuation, Wednesday – Lockdown/Shelter in Place, Thursday – Earthquake and Friday – Teacher Down.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 3/1/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     March 1, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1872 - The U.S. Congress authorized the creation of Yellowstone National Park. It was the world's first national park.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich o WG Sourdough w. Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Today is the last day to purchase AP exams. PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales close today at 12:00am www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

Monday morning, the US supreme Court declined to hear The Trump administration’s appeal of a federal ruling that order the Department of Homeland Security to keep accepting DACA applications, to discuss  immigration & more, come to N-2 at lunch for DHS Politics Club!

 

Hey Davis FFA! We have a meeting today. The meeting begins at 6:00pm. Come submit a design for our new t-shirt! We will be having hot dogs and other treats. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton @ Wood, 4:00                                                                                 

Softball @ St. Mary’s Tournament (V), 5:30    

Girls Lacrosse @ Novato, 3:30V/5:00JV                                                                                   

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

Spring Safety Week: Spring Safety Week will take place the week of March 5 – March 9, 2018.  Please remember that safety is everyone’s responsibility.  For the safety of all involved, it is imperative that we practice with great fidelity the following safety protocols: Monday – AED/CPR, Tuesday – Fire Evacuation, Wednesday – Lockdown/Shelter in Place, Thursday – Earthquake and Friday – Teacher Down.

 

NEW CLASS OFFERING FOR 2018-19 School Year. Mariachi class offering period 7th at DVHS for DSHS students next year! Music experience required. There are three instruments mainly used: trumpet, guitarron, violin, vihuela; harp and flute are optional. Instruments will be provided.

 

Applications to join the AVID elective class are available in the main office now through Friday, March 9th. Applications are due to Mrs. McInturf in N-1 on March, 9th.

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

CLUBS:

Spokes submission deadline is coming up soon. This issues theme is home. If you would like to submit, email your writing, artwork or photography to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by March 2nd.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/1     Secondary Articulation Day 1:30-3:30pm

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/28/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 28, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1849 - Regular steamboat service to California via Cape Horn arrived in San Francisco for the first time. The SS California had left New York Harbor on October 6, 1848. The trip took 4 months and 21 days.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

 

TODAY:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting today at lunch in S-12. Come on in for projects and news on upcoming events.

 

Remember Blue Devils tomorrow is Articulation day. Please come by the front desk and grab a copy of the schedule. Don’t be late!

 

DSHS---Health and Wellness Event—at 2:30 pm in the DHS Library—GROWTH MINDSET Join us to learn about the GROWTH MINDSET…find out how our attitude impacts life and school success. Learn how your mindset can motivate you and how the brain can create resiliency and learning! Please come after school to the library to learn about the research from Stanford University and join the conversation!

If you would like to learn about Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona, come to the Career Center at lunch on to speak with a Grand Canyon University admissions representative.

ATHLETICS:

Badminton @ Napa, 4:00                                                                      dismiss: 1:30

Boys Golf JV vs Davis Jesuit @ Haggin Oaks (Arcade), 3:00            dismiss: 1:15

Boys Lacrosse vs Amador @ Pleasanton, 5:00JV/7:00V                  dismiss: 2:00JV

Boys Varsity Tennis @ Elk Grove, 3:45                                            dismiss: 2:15

Boys Junior Varsity Tennis @ Florin, 3:45                                      dismiss: 2:15

Dive Team vs Monterey Trail, 4:00

Swim Team vs Monterey Trail, 4:00                                                 dismiss: 2:30

Boys Volleyball (JV) @ Folsom, 5:00   

Boys Volleyball (V) @ Folsom, 6:00.

Softball vs Wood, 4:00                                                                      dismiss: 2:10

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

Spring Safety Week: Spring Safety Week will take place the week of March 5 – March 9, 2018.  Please remember that safety is everyone’s responsibility.  For the safety of all involved, it is imperative that we practice with great fidelity the following safety protocols: Monday – AED/CPR, Tuesday – Fire Evacuation, Wednesday – Lockdown/Shelter in Place, Thursday – Earthquake and Friday – Teacher Down.

 

NEW CLASS OFFERING FOR 2018-19 School Year. Mariachi class offering period 7th at DVHS for DSHS students next year! Music experience required. There are three instruments mainly used: trumpet, guitarron, violin, vihuela; harp and flute are optional. Instruments will be provided.

 

Applications to join the AVID elective class are available in the main office now through Friday, March 9th. Applications are due to Mrs. McInturf in N-1 on March, 9th.

 

Card boxes do not go belong on the green bins In front of the O building, please make sure you place them in the correct container. The custodians will really appreciate your help!

 

"Applications are now available from ATC students or in PA8 for the ATC 'So You Think You Can Dance' Competition scheduled for Saturday, April 7th at 7:00 pm in the IPAB.  Come dance the night away and win $150.  The deadline for applications is March 14th.

 

CLUBS:

Spokes submission deadline is coming up soon. This issues theme is home. If you would like to submit, email your writing, artwork or photography to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by March 2nd.

 

Monday morning, the US supreme Court declined to hear The Trump administration’s appeal of a federal ruling that order the Department of Homeland Security to keep accepting DACA applications, to discuss  immigration & more, come to N-2 this Thursday at lunch for DHS Politics Club!

 

Hey Davis FFA! We have a meeting coming up this Thursday, March 1st. The meeting begins at 6:00pm. Come submit a design for our new t-shirt! We will be having hot dogs and other treats. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Twenty-one local community scholarships are now available for seniors graduating from a Davis high school.  You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance.  Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/1     Secondary Articulation Day 1:30-3:30pm

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/27/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 27, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1827 - New Orleans held its first Mardi Gras celebration.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

TODAY:

Profession in Health Club will have their February speaker today in S-12! All are welcome!

 

Latinos Unidos meeting will be today in Candelario’s room. Join us for fun activities and important news.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity Tennis @ Monterrey Trail, 3:45                                    dismiss: 2:15

Boys Junior Varsity Tennis vs Pioneer, 3:45                                     dismiss: 2:30

Boys Volleyball (JV) vs El Dorado, 5:00

Boys Volleyball (V) vs El Dorado, 6:00

Girls Lacrosse @ Monte Vista, 5:30V/7:00JV                                dismiss: 2:45 JV

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

Spring Safety Week: Spring Safety Week will take place the week of March 5 – March 9, 2018.  Please remember that safety is everyone’s responsibility.  For the safety of all involved, it is imperative that we practice with great fidelity the following safety protocols: Monday – AED/CPR, Tuesday – Fire Evacuation, Wednesday – Lockdown/Shelter in Place, Thursday – Earthquake and Friday – Teacher Down.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Yearafter graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

NEW CLASS OFFERING FOR 2018-19 School Year. Mariachi class offering period 7th at DVHS for DSHS students next year! Music experience required. There are three instruments mainly used: trumpet, guitarron, violin, vihuela; harp and flute are optional. Instruments will be provided.

 

Applications to join the AVID elective class are available in the main office now through Friday, March 9th. Applications are due to Mrs. McInturf in N-1 on March, 9th.

 

Remember Blue Devils on March 1st we have our Secondary Articulation day. Please come by the front desk and grab a copy of the schedule. Don’t be late!

 

Card boxes do not go belong on the green bins In front of the O building, please make sure you place them in the correct container. The custodians will really appreciate your help!

 

CLUBS:

Are you interested in local government and Politics Youth in Government where you can shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, or even congressman John Garamendi. Applications are in ASC 100 and are due February 28th.

 

Spokes submission deadline is coming up soon. This issues theme is home. If you would like to submit, email your writing, artwork or photography to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by March 2nd.

 

Monday morning, the US supreme Court declined to hear The Trump administration’s appeal of a federal ruling that order the Department of Homeland Security to keep accepting DACA applications, to discuss  immigration & more, come to N-2 this Thursday at lunch for DHS Politics Club!

 

DSHS---Health and Wellness Event—Wednesday, February 28th at 2:30 pm in the DHS Library—GROWTH MINDSET Join us to learn about the GROWTH MINDSET…find out how our attitude impacts life and school success. Learn how your mindset can motivate you and how the brain can create resiliency and learning! Please come after school on Wednesday to the library to learn about the research from Stanford University and join the conversation!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Twenty-one local community scholarships are now available for seniors graduating from a Davis high school.  You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance.  Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you plan to attend community college this fall, come to Sacramento City College’s Orientation event in the Career Center on Wednesday, February 28 at 10:40 am.  Orientation is required for all new students and is where you will learn how to choose classes, find college resources, learn the types of degrees available and more.  Come to the Career Center to sign up!

 

If you would like to learn about Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona, come to the Career Center at lunch on Wednesday to speak with a Grand Canyon University admissions representative.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

2/28   Link Crew Meeting

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/1     Secondary Articulation Day 1:30-3:30pm

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/26/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 26, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1863 - U.S. President Lincoln signed the National Currency Act.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

 

ATHLETICS:

Badminton @ Armijo, 4:00                                                             dismiss: 2:00

 

Boys JV Golf vs Christian Bros Davis, 3:00                                dismiss: 2:00

 

Boys Golf Varsity @ Del Rio Invitational, 10:00                         All-day

 

Boys Varsity Tennis’s vs Rio Americano, 3:45                           dismiss: 3:00

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

Spring Safety Week: Spring Safety Week will take place the week of March 5 – March 9, 2018.  Please remember that safety is everyone’s responsibility.  For the safety of all involved, it is imperative that we practice with great fidelity the following safety protocols: Monday – AED/CPR, Tuesday – Fire Evacuation, Wednesday – Lockdown/Shelter in Place, Thursday – Earthquake and Friday – Teacher Down.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Yearafter graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

NEW CLASS OFFERING FOR 2018-19 School Year. Mariachi class offering period 7th at DVHS for DSHS students next year! Music experience required. There are three instruments mainly used: trumpet, guitarron, violin, vihuela; harp and flute are optional. Instruments will be provided.

 

Applications to join the AVID elective class are available in the main office now through Friday, March 9th. Applications are due to Mrs. McInturf in N-1 on March, 9th.

 

CLUBS:

Are you interested in local government and Politics Youth in Government where you can shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, or even congressman John Garamendi. Applications are in ASC 100 and are due February 28th.

 

Spokes submission deadline is coming up soon. This issues theme is home. If you would like to submit, email your writing, artwork or photography to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by March 2nd.

 

Hey CSF! We have our first general meeting of second semester. Come to hear about volunteer opportunities and other exciting news. As always, we meet in room P-13 during lunch on Friday. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

If you are looking for a job, Pedrick Produce is looking for hardworking and enthusiastic employees to work at their produce market in Dixon.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS:  It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Twenty-one local community scholarships are now available for seniors graduating from a Davis high school.  You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance.  Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you plan to attend community college this fall, come to Sacramento City College’s Orientation event in the Career Center on Wednesday, February 28 at 10:40 am.  Orientation is required for all new students and is where you will learn how to choose classes, find college resources, learn the types of degrees available and more.  Come to the Career Center to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

2/28   Link Crew Meeting

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/1     Secondary Articulation Day 1:30-3:30pm

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/23/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 23, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1861 - U.S. President-elect Abraham Lincoln arrived secretly in Washington to take his office after an assassination attempt in Baltimore.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

TODAY:

Last Friday, special counsel Robert Mueller announced on indictment against 13 Russian agents for using social media to undermine the 2016 elections. To learn more and discuss other current events, come to N-2 at lunch for DHS Politics Club!

 

Come support the Girl up Club by coming to our Teabo Fundraiser from 6pm to 12am. Make sure to show your flier found on our Instagram @girlupdavis!

 

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

 

Make sure to grab a copy of the newest HUB from your 4th period class!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Wrestling @ Girls States @ Visalia                    dismissal: all day select roster

Boys Wrestling Varsity Masters @ Stockton Arena     dismissal All- day select roster

Girls Soccer – Playoffs, TBD

Boys JV Tennis @ BOSS TOURNAMENT                                    dismissal: TBD

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

Spring Safety Week: Spring Safety Week will take place the week of March 5 – March 9, 2018.  Please remember that safety is everyone’s responsibility.  For the safety of all involved, it is imperative that we practice with great fidelity the following safety protocols: Monday – AED/CPR, Tuesday – Fire Evacuation, Wednesday – Lockdown/Shelter in Place, Thursday – Earthquake and Friday – Teacher Down.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Yearafter graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

NEW CLASS OFFERING FOR 2018-19 School Year. Mariachi class offering period 7th at DVHS for DSHS students next year! Music experience required. There are three instruments mainly used: trumpet, guitarron, violin, vihuela; harp and flute are optional. Instruments will be provided.

 

CLUBS:

Are you interested in local government and Politics Youth in Government where you can shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, or even congressman John Garamendi. Applications are in ASC 100 and are due February 28th.

 

Hello Blue Devils! FFA week is here and it’s time to bring out your Blue! There is something for everyone ALL WEEK. Today- “Kiss the Animal” the weeklong event culminates with “winning” teacher kissing the animal you voted to be your favorite. The teacher will be the one that has the most “votes” (your spare change) college in their vote container. Ask your teacher if they have it on display.

 

Come taste food from around the world and enjoy student entertainment at the Food & Art Festival! All proceeds to support the DHS Band and Symphony Orchestra’s June 2018 Tour to Carnegie Hall. Tickets $25- Adults and $15- Students. See you Saturday February 24th at the All Student Center – 6 to 8pm, Questions? Contact Sue Xu- smilesue2005@yahoo.com

 

Spokes submission deadline is coming up soon. This issues theme is home. If you would like to submit, email your writing, artwork or photography to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by March 2nd.

 

CAREERS:

Junior and senior volunteers are needed to mentor 9th grade students to motivate them towards success.  Mentoring groups are held on Mondays in March from 3:30-4:30 pm at Emerson Junior High School.  Incentives are available!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

If you are looking for a job, Pedrick Produce is looking for hardworking and enthusiastic employees to work at their produce market in Dixon.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS:  It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Twenty-one local community scholarships are now available for seniors graduating from a Davis high school.  You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance.  Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you plan to attend community college this fall, come to Sacramento City College’s Orientation event in the Career Center on Wednesday, February 28 at 10:40 am.  Orientation is required for all new students and is where you will learn how to choose classes, find college resources, learn the types of degrees available and more.  Come to the Career Center to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

2/28   Link Crew Meeting

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/1     Secondary Articulation Day 1:30-3:30pm

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/22/18




Audience: Homepage, Homepage and Webmasters

We need your feedback! 
DJUSD is asking for parent/guardian and staff feedback that will help with our Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP helps the district connect the funding we receive with the goals we have established, and parent/guardian input, as well as staff input, plays a critical role in identifying these goals. There are separate 10 minute surveys for staff members, parents of elementary students, parents of middle school students, and parents of high school students. If you have children in multiple levels please take each survey that applies. 
Thank you so much for your time and feedback. It is greatly appreciated! 

 

Staff Survey: 

https://survey.sogosurvey.com/r/ch06R1

Elementary Parent Survey: 

https://survey.sogosurvey.com/r/QLsUBA 

Middle School Parent Survey: 

https://survey.sogosurvey.com/r/pD7yvd

High School Parent Survey:

https://survey.sogosurvey.com/r/IAxnx8

 

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Posted by: Madison Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 2/22/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 22, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1630 - Quadequine introduced popcorn to English colonists at their first Thanksgiving dinner.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

 

TODAY:

Attention Spring Sport athletes enrolled in ILS: The mandatory class information meeting will be held today during 7th period block, in the small gym.  Please arrive on time.  If you have ILS first period, the same meeting will be held the following day, Friday, during 1st period in the small gym. Check school loop for up to date announcements and information.

 

Davis Senior High School: OPEN HOUSE Davis Senior High School teachers, counselors, and administers invite you to visit our school, experience special performances, learn about our academic program, and connect with our community. Watch our spring drama rehearsal; tour the new All Student Center; visit the Ag Wing displays; relish our dance performance (5:30 pm); learn about our robotics team; listen to our Spanish Sing-along; appreciate our Speech and Debate Team in action; and visit many of our venues during this annual event. DSHS Student Government will offer a tempting barbecue of burgers & hot dogs ($3.00 each) with drinks & snacks ($1.00 each) to enjoy throughout the evening today from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. All parents and students who are currently enrolled in 10th – 12th grade classes and any interested incoming 9th grade student and their families. We look forward to spending the evening with you!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys JV Tennis @ Pioneer-, 3:45                                                           dismiss: 2:15

Boys Soccer – Playoffs, TBD

Varsity Boys Tennis vs Granite Bay (scrimmage)-3:45                         dismiss: 3:00

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

Seniors: Are you interested in giving a speech at the 2018 Graduation Ceremony?  Graduation speech applications are now available!  Please see Marlen Cabrera in the front office.  All applications are due by Friday, April 6, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. No late speeches will be accepted.

 

Spring Safety Week: Spring Safety Week will take place the week of March 5 – March 9, 2018.  Please remember that safety is everyone’s responsibility.  For the safety of all involved, it is imperative that we practice with great fidelity the following safety protocols: Monday – AED/CPR ,Tuesday – Fire Evacuation, Wednesday – Lockdown/Shelter in Place, Thursday – Earthquake and Friday – Teacher Down.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Yearafter graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

NEW CLASS OFFERING FOR 2018-19 School Year. Mariachi class offering period 7th at DVHS for DSHS students next year! Music experience required. There are three instruments mainly used: trumpet, guitarron, violin, vihuela; harp and flute are optional. Instruments will be provided.

 

CLUBS:

Spring Dance is coming up! It will be Friday, February 23rd from 8:30-11pm in the North Gym. The theme is “Luau” so make sure you wear something tropical! Tickets are free! Hope to see you there!

 

Are you interested in local government and Politics Youth in Government where you can shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, or even congressman John Garamendi.. Applications are in ASC 100 and are due February 28th.

 

Hello Blue Devils! FFA week is here and it’s time to bring out your Blue! There is something for everyone ALL WEEK Today- Petting zoo and time to vote for the animal you want to participate in “ Kiss the Animal”. Friday-  “ Kiss the Animal” the weeklong event culminates with “ winning” teacher kissing the animal you voted to be your favorite. The teacher will be the one that has the most “votes” (your spare change) college in their vote container. Ask your teacher if they have it on display.

 

Last Friday, special counsel Robert Mueller announced on indictment against 13 Russian agents for using social media to undermine the 2016 elections. To learn more and discuss other current events, come to N-2 this Friday at lunch for DHS Politics Club!

 

Come taste food from around the world and enjoy student entertainment at the Food & Art Festival! All proceeds to support the DHS Band and Symphony Orchestra’s June 2018 Tour to Carnegie Hall. Tickets $25- Adults and $15- Students. See you Saturday February 24th at the All Student Center – 6 to 8pm, Questions? Contact Sue Xu- smilesue2005@yahoo.com

 

Spokes submission deadline is coming up soon. This issues theme is home. If you would like to submit, email your writing, artwork or photography to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by March 2nd.

 

Come support the Girl Up Club by coming to our Teabo Fundraiser this Friday, February 23rd from 6pm to 12am. Make sure to show your flier found on our Instagram @girlupdavis!

 

CAREERS:

Junior and senior volunteers are needed to mentor 9th grade students to motivate them towards success.  Mentoring groups are held on Mondays in March from 3:30-4:30 pm at Emerson Junior High School.  Incentives are available!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

If you are looking for a job, Pedrick Produce is looking for hardworking and enthusiastic employees to work at their produce market in Dixon.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/23   Student/Staff Basketball

2/23   Spring Dance

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

2/28   Link Crew Meeting

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/1     Secondary Articulation Day 1:30-3:30pm

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/21/18




Audience: Homepage, Homepage and Webmasters

The Yolo County Bomb Squad will be conducting an operation Tuesday, Feb. 20, to destroy old evidence. This operation will take place at the old police firing range along Pole Line Road just north of Davis.
Residents may be able to hear several small explosions between the hours of 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Please make sure to safeguard your pets during this time. The operation is not open to the public.

 

www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/bomb-squad-operation-may-get-noisy/

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Posted by: Madison Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 2/20/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 21, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1877 - The two moons of Mars were discovered by Asaph Hall, an American astronomer. He named them Phobos and Deimos.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Soccer playoff match vs Edison - 6:30

Boys JV Tennis @ River City - 3:45                                                             dismiss: 2:15

Softball @ Wood (scrimmage) - 4:00                                                         dismiss: 1:30 V-JV

 

Attention Spring Sport athletes enrolled in ILS: The mandatory class information meeting will be held Thursday Feb 22, during 7th period block, in the small gym.  Please arrive on time.  If you have ILS first period, the same meeting will be held the following day, Friday, during 1st period in the small gym. Check school loop for up to date announcements and information.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Davis Senior High School: OPEN HOUSE Davis Senior High School teachers, counselors, and administers invite you to visit our school, experience special performances, learn about our academic program, and connect with our community. Watch our spring drama rehearsal; tour the new All Student Center; visit the Ag Wing displays; relish our dance performance (5:30 pm); learn about our robotics team; listen to our Spanish Sing-along; appreciate our Speech and Debate Team in action; and visit many of our venues during this annual event. DSHS Student Government will offer a tempting barbecue of burgers & hot dogs ($3.00 each) with drinks & snacks ($1.00 each) to enjoy throughout the evening. When: Thursday, February 22nd from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Who: All parents and students who are currently enrolled in 10th – 12th grade classes and any interested incoming 9th grade student and their families. We look forward to spending the evening with you!

 

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Year after graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284 to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

NEW CLASS OFFERING FOR 2018-19 School Year. Mariachi class offering period 7th at DVHS for DSHS students next year! Music experience required. There are three instruments mainly used: trumpet, guitarron, violin, vihuela; harp and flute are optional. Instruments will be provided.

 

CLUBS:

Spring Dance is coming up! It will be Friday, February 23rd from 8:30-11pm in the North Gym. The theme is “Luau” so make sure you wear something tropical! Tickets are free! Hope to see you there!

 

Are you interested in local government and Politics Youth in Government where you can shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, or even congressman John Garamendi.. Applications are in ASC 100 and are due February 28th.

 

Hello Blue Devils! FFA week is here and it’s time to bring out your Blue! There is something for everyone ALL WEEK LONG. Today – join us in the quad, at lunch, for class demonstrations. You will see flowers and flames with floral and Ag- engineerings. Thursday- Petting zoo and time to vote for the animal you want to participate in “ Kiss the Animal”. Friday-  “ Kiss the Animal” the weeklong event culminates with “ winning” teacher kissing the animal you voted to be your favorite. The teacher will be the one that has the most “votes” (your spare change) college in their vote container. Ask your teacher if they have it on display.

 

Last Friday, special counsel Robert Mueller announced on indictment against 13 Russian agents for using social media to undermine the 2016 elections. To learn more and discuss other current events, come to N-2 this Friday at lunch for DHS Politics Club!

 

Come taste food from around the world and enjoy student entertainment at the Food & Art Festival! All proceeds to support the DHS Band and Symphony Orchestra’s June 2018 Tour to Carnegie Hall. Tickets $25- Adults and $15- Students. See you Saturday February 24th at the All Student Center – 6 to 8pm, Questions? Contact Sue Xu- smilesue2005@yahoo.com

 

CAREERS:

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer programs.  Students in the program will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must be strong academically, have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 21. 

 

Junior and senior volunteers are needed to mentor 9th grade students to motivate them towards success.  Mentoring groups are held on Mondays in March from 3:30-4:30 pm at Emerson Junior High School.  Incentives are available!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/22   OPEN HOUSE

2/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory

2/23   Student/Staff Basketball

2/23   Spring Dance

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

2/28   Link Crew Meeting

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/1     Secondary Articulation Day 1:30-3:30pm

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/20/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 20, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1931 - The U.S. Congress allowed California to build the Oakland Bay Bridge. 

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

TODAY:

Students: If you plan to attend the girls’ basketball varsity playoff game on Today in the South Gym starting at 7pm please pre-purchase your tickets online using the following link. ASB cards do not work for CIF section playoff games. Purchase your tickets @ https://gofan.co/app/school/CA7916

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Lacrosse @ De La Salle, 5:30JV/7:00V                                              dismiss: 2:30JV

Boys Varsity Tennis vs Kennedy – Away, 3:45                                           dismiss: 2:15

 

Attention Spring Sport athletes enrolled in ILS: The mandatory class information meeting will be held Thursday Feb 22, during 7th period block, in the small gym.  Please arrive on time.  If you have ILS first period, the same meeting will be held the following day, Friday, during 1st period in the small gym. Check school loop for up to date announcements and information.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Year after graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284 to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

Attention Students! Open House is coming up Thursday February, 22nd  from 6-7pm. Please join us this will be a great opportunity for your parents to meet our staff and explore our different faculty departments. Hope to see you and your parents there!

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

CLUBS:

Spring Dance is coming up! It will be Friday, February 23rd from 8:30-11pm in the North Gym. The theme is “Luau” so make sure you wear something tropical! Tickets are free! Hope to see you there!

 

Hey Davis FFA! FFA week is here there are a lots of fun activities planned. Today is Ag-Lympics, we will have a roping game, corn hole and tire flipping. Wednesday is a pancake breakfast before school and class demonstration day at lunch it costs $2 dollars and is open to everyone. Thursday there will be a petting zoo at lunch and a chance to vote for your favorite animal for kiss the animal Friday, we will be doing Kiss the Animal at lunch. The teacher that has the most money in their jar will kiss the Animal! There will also be a spirit week. Wednesday is camouflage Day, so wear all the camo clothing you have! Thursday is Western Day; hopefully we will see lots of flannel, boots and jeans! Friday is Freedom Day! Pull out all your American Wear!

 

Calling all photographers, graphic artists, business managers and webmasters. Apply to be in the HUB for the 2018-2019 school year. Application available in room L-28 and are due Wednesday, February 28th.

 

Happy Chinese Year! Chinese Culture Club and Confucius institute will be celebrating on Tuesday February, 20th. Don’t forget to join us!

 

Are you interested in local government and Youth in Government and Shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, and more. Applications are in ASC 100 and will be due February 28th.

 

CAREERS:

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer programs.  Students in the program will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must be strong academically, have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 21. 

 

Students interested in a career in a health profession are invited to attend the UC Davis High School Pre-Health Symposium on Sunday, April 15 from 8-4 p.m. on the UC Davis campus.  The event will feature speakers, hands-on workshops, and information about careers in the health fields. Come to the Career Center for more information.

The Rotary Club is offering the following two all-expense paid camps this summer for high school juniors: Camp Royal leadership-training camp is filled with information, ideas and strategies to help students become more effective leaders. 

 

Camp Venture is a motivational summer camp for students interested in pursuing a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. The deadline to apply is March 2. Come to the Career Center to apply.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/22   OPEN HOUSE

2/22   DSHS English Learner Advisory

2/23   Student/Staff Basketball

2/23   Spring Dance

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

2/28   Link Crew Meeting

2/28 – 3/2   Catalina Island Marine Institute Trip

3/1     Secondary Articulation Day 1:30-3:30pm

3/3     Coconut Grove- DHS Bands

3/5-3/7 Choir Auditions

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/16/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 16, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1857 - The National Deaf Mute College was incorporated in WashingtonDC. It was the first school in the world for advanced education of the deaf. The school was later renamed Gallaudet College.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.
  • Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

TODAY:

Are you interested in local government and politics? Join Youth in Government and shadow Davis leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, and more. Applications are in ASC 100, and there will be an informational meeting at lunch, also in ASC 100.

 

Hey CSF! Today is the last day to register for CSF! Come to room p-13 at lunch, and bring your pink sheets, report card and last semester’s hour sheet. Hope to see you there!

 

If you like drawing or painting, come to the Art for Cure meeting in L-27. We will be planning a design for a mural on campus.

 

If you are interested in politics, come to N-2 at lunch for DHS Politics Club where we will be discussing the latest current events!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Wrestling Masters @ McNair HS                                                             dismiss: TBA

Boys Wrestling Divisionals @ Downey HS                                                        dismiss: TBA

 

Attention Spring Sport athletes enrolled in ILS: The mandatory class information meeting will be held Thursday Feb 22, during 7th period block, in the small gym.  Please arrive on time.  If you have ILS first period, the same meeting will be held the following day, Friday, during 1st period in the small gym. Check school loop for up to date announcements and information.

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions Monday, February 19th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the February 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.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Year after graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284 to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

Attention Students! Open House is coming up Thursday February, 22nd  from 6-7pm. Please join us this will be a great opportunity for your parents to meet our staff and explore our different faculty departments. Hope to see you and your parents there!

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

CLUBS:

Spring Dance is coming up! It will be Friday, February 23rd from 8:30-11pm in the North Gym. The theme is “Luau” so make sure you wear something tropical! Tickets are free! Hope to see you there!

 

Hey Davis FFA! FFA week is coming up February 17th -24th , we will be having many fun events like Ag-Lympics with roping and corn role, a class Demonstration Day for agriculture classes and a petting zoo on Thursday and Friday. We will also be doing “Kiss the Pig” on Friday! There will be spirit days. Tuesday is Blue and Gold, Wednesday is Camo Day, Thursday is Western Day and Friday is Freedom Day.

 

Calling all photographers, graphic artists, business managers and webmasters. Apply to be in the HUB for the 2018-2019 school year. Application available in room L-28 and are due Wednesday, February 28th.

 

Happy Chinese Year! Chinese Culture Club and Confucius institute will be celebrating on Tuesday February, 20th. Don’t forget to join us!

 

CAREERS:

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer programs.  Students in the program will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must be strong academically, have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 21. 

 

Students interested in a career in a health profession are invited to attend the UC Davis High School Pre-Health Symposium on Sunday, April 15 from 8-4 p.m. on the UC Davis campus.  The event will feature speakers, hands-on workshops, and information about careers in the health fields. Come to the Career Center for more information.

The Rotary Club is offering the following two all-expense paid camps this summer for high school juniors: Camp Royal leadership-training camp is filled with information, ideas and strategies to help students become more effective leaders. 

 

Camp Venture is a motivational summer camp for students interested in pursuing a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. The deadline to apply is March 2. Come to the Career Center to apply.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/16   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/17   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/17   Jazz Choir Cabaret-Concert Version

2/19   Holiday (Presidents Day)

2/22   OPEN HOUSE

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/15/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 15, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1879 - U.S. President Hayes signed a bill that allowed female attorneys to argue cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

            Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

 

Attention students:  If you have a free 1st, 6th, or 7th period, come spend your free period in the All Student Center!  It offers great seating, excellent lighting, and a fun place to eat!  Please remember to sign-in!  The ASC is also open every day after school until 4:30pm and serves an early breakfast starting at 7:45am.  Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Soccer @ Grant, 5:00V-3:30JV                                               dismiss: 1:30JV

Boys Soccer vs Grant, 3:30V-5:00JV                                               dismiss: 2:15V

 

FOOTBALL INFO MEETING Thurs, Feb. 15 @ 7pm, DHS Library. Meet the coaches and learn about the exciting upcoming season

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchased your Grad Night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, 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- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Year after graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284 to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

Attention Students! Open House is coming up Thursday February, 22nd  from 6-7pm. Please join us this will be a great opportunity for your parents to meet our staff and explore our different faculty departments. Hope to see you and your parents there!

PSAT score reports are now available to pick up in the Career Center. AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test.  Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.

 

CLUBS:

Spring Dance is coming up! It will be Friday, February 23rd from 8:30-11pm in the North Gym. The theme is “Luau” so make sure you wear something tropical! Tickets are free! Hope to see you there!

 

Hey Davis FFA! FFA week is coming up February 17th -24th , we will be having many fun events like Ag-Lympics with roping and corn role, a class Demonstration Day for agriculture classes and a petting zoo on Thursday and Friday. We will also be doing “Kiss the Pig” on Friday! There will be spirit days. Tuesday is Blue and Gold, Wednesday is Camo Day, Thursday is Western Day and Friday is Freedom Day.

 

Are you interested in local government and politics? Join Youth in Government and shadow Davis leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, and more. Applications are in ASC 100, and there will be an informational meeting on Friday, February 16th at lunch, also in ASC 100.

 

Hey CSF! It’s the last week to register for CSF. Bring your pink sheets, report card and last semester hour’s sheet to P-13 during lunch. Hope to see you there! Don’t wait until the last day! Registration ends this Friday!

 

If you like drawing or painting, come to the Art for Cure meeting this Friday in L-27. We will be planning a design for a mural on campus.

 

Calling all photographers, graphic artists, business managers and webmasters. Apply to be in the HUB for the 2018-2019 school year. Application available in room L-28 and are due Wednesday, February 28th.

 

Happy Chinese Year! Chinese Culture Club and Confucius institute will be celebrating on Tuesday February, 20th. Don’t forget to join us!

 

CAREERS:

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer programs.  Students in the program will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must be strong academically, have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 21. 

Are you interested in learning more about the United States Marines?  If so, come to the quad at lunch on Friday to meet with a U.S. Marine representative.

 

Students interested in a career in a health profession are invited to attend the UC Davis High School Pre-Health Symposium on Sunday, April 15 from 8-4 p.m. on the UC Davis campus.  The event will feature speakers, hands-on workshops, and information about careers in the health fields. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

The Rotary Club is offering the following two all-expense paid camps this summer for high school juniors: Camp Royal leadership-training camp is filled with information, ideas and strategies to help students become more effective leaders. 

Camp Venture is a motivational summer camp for students interested in pursuing a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. The deadline to apply is March 2. Come to the Career Center to apply.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/15   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/16   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/17   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/17   Jazz Choir Cabaret-Concert Version

2/19   Holiday (Presidents Day)

2/22   OPEN HOUSE

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/14/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 14, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1849 - The first photograph of a U.S. President, while in office, was taken by Matthew Brady in New York City. President was the subject of the picture.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

            Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

 

Attention students:  If you have a free 1st, 6th, or 7th period, come spend your free period in the All Student Center!  It offers great seating, excellent lighting, and a fun place to eat!  Please remember to sign-in!  The ASC is also open every day after school until 4:30pm and serves an early breakfast starting at 7:45am.  Hope to see you there!

 

TODAY:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our first general meeting in S-12 at lunch. We encourage all members to come because we will be voting for new officers!

Today is the due date for anyone planning on taking AP Art Studio next year. Take your portfolio to any art teacher on campus.

 

ATHLETICS:

FOOTBALL INFO MEETING Thurs, Feb. 15 @ 7pm, DHS Library. Meet the coaches and learn about the exciting upcoming season

 

SAVE THE DATE! Annual Sports Physical Clinic Saturday, June 2nd - 8:30am-12noon.Sutter Davis Family Practice, 2030 Sutter Pl

 $20 benefits Davis High Athletics.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchased your Grad Night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, 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- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Year after graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284 to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

Attention Students! Open House is coming up Thursday February, 22nd  from 6-7pm. Please join us this will be a great opportunity for your parents to meet our staff and explore our different faculty departments. Hope to see you and your parents there!

 

CLUBS:

Spring Dance is coming up! It will be Friday, February 23rd from 8:30-11pm in the North Gym. The theme is “Luau” so make sure you wear something tropical! Tickets are free! Hope to see you there!

 

Hey Davis FFA! FFA week is coming up February 17th -24th , we will be having many fun events like Ag-Lympics with roping and corn role, a class Demonstration Day for agriculture classes and a petting zoo on Thursday and Friday. We will also be doing “Kiss the Pig” on Friday! There will be spirit days. Tuesday is Blue and Gold, Wednesday is Camo Day, Thursday is Western Day and Friday is Freedom Day.

 

Are you interested in local government and politics? Join Youth in Government and shadow Davis leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, and more. Applications are in ASC 100, and there will be an informational meeting on Friday, February 16th at lunch, also in ASC 100.

 

Hey CSF! It’s the last week to register for CSF. Bring your pink sheets, report card and last semester hour’s sheet to P-13 during lunch. Hope to see you there! Don’t wait until the last day! Registration ends this Friday!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/14   LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting

2/15   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/16   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/17   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/17   Jazz Choir Cabaret-Concert Version

2/19   Holiday (Presidents Day)

2/22   OPEN HOUSE

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/13/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 13, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1880 - Thomas Edison observed what became known as the Edison Effect for the first time. 

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

            Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

 

Attention students:  If you have a free 1st, 6th, or 7th period, come spend your free period in the All Student Center!  It offers great seating, excellent lighting, and a fun place to eat!  Please remember to sign-in!  The ASC is also open every day after school until 4:30pm and serves an early breakfast starting at 7:45am.  Hope to see you there!

 

TODAY:

Latinos Unidos is back and better than ever! Come join us this Tuesday in room O-6 for fun activities. Everyone is welcome!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Monterey Trail, 4F/5:30JV/7V

Girls Basketball vs Monterey Trail (SN), 5:30-7:00

Girls Basketball vs El Dorado, 4:00                                                   dismiss: 2:45

Girls Soccer @ Pleasant Grove, 6:00V-4:00JV                                 dismiss: 1:15JV

Boys Soccer vs Pleasant Grove, 5:00V/3:30JV                                dismiss: 2:15JV

 

Davis High Girls Badminton tryouts will start at 3:45 in the North gym on Monday Feb. 12th. If you are interested in trying out you must have signed up on athleticclearance.com, received your clearance email, and provide this clearance to the coach on the day of tryouts. You can contact Coach McBurney via email @ Justin.mcburney@djusd.k12.ca.org

 

Hello Big Blue Football Nation. It is time to start thinking about the greatness that awaits you if you have the courage and integrity to join the DSHS football program. It will be the greatest experience you have during your high school years and will leave you with shared memories for the rest of your life. So that your parents can share in your journey to be the best student, community member, leader, teammate and player that you can be we ask them to attend our first parent/student information night. The date is Thursday Feb. 15th . The time 7:00 pm. The place: DSHS Library. Parents will meet the coaches, learn about what we stand for, get necessary significant date and contact information and be introduced to the blue print for success as well as the parent handbook. The meeting is mandatory for parents of 2018 players.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchased your grad night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, 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- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

 

Tomorrow (Wednesday) is the due date for anyone planning on taking AP Art Studio next year.  Take your portfolio to any art teacher on campus.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Year after graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284 to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

CLUBS:

Spread some love and give your friends or a special someone, a Valentine Gram! Valentine Grams are $1 dollar each and will be sold from Wednesday, February 7th, until Monday February 11th, in front of the All Student Center. Valentines Grams will be deliver, next Wednesday on Valentine’s Day during 4th period.

 

Are you interested in local government and politics? Join Youth Government and shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, and more. Applications are in ASC 100 and the front office, and there will be an informational meeting also in ASC 100 on Friday February 16th.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our first general meeting this Wednesday in S-12 at lunch. We encourage all members to come because we will be voting for new officers!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/13  CSF Spring Registration

2/14   LINK Crew Commissioner Meeting

2/15   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/16   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/17   Orchestra Outreach Concerts

2/17   Jazz Choir Cabaret-Concert Version

2/19   Holiday (Presidents Day)

2/22   OPEN HOUSE

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

more
Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/9/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 9, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1895 - Volley Ball was invented by W.G. Morgan.

 

 MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

            Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

Students please help our kitchen staff at the All Student Center keep the center clean and organized for everyone. Return your trays, plates/bowls and silverware to the All Student Center so that they can be cleaned and returned to circulation. Please throw trash away and clear your tables.  If you don’t want your fruit, add it to the Share Baskets. We appreciate your time and your cooperation.

 

TODAY:

Agape meeting in S-7! Come for fun and games! Everyone is welcome bring your friends!

If you are interested in discussing & debating current events, come to DHS Politics Club at lunch in N-2!

Hey, CSF remember our retake yearbook photo is today!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Basketball vs Grant (Senior Night) – 4F/5:30JV/7V

Girls Basketball @ Grant – 5:30(Varsity only)

 

Davis High Girls Badminton tryouts will start at 3:45 in the North gym on Monday Feb. 12th. If you are interested in trying out you must have signed up on athleticclearance.com, received your clearance email, and provide this clearance to the coach on the day of tryouts. You can contact Coach McBurney via email @ Justin.mcburney@djusd.k12.ca.org

 

Hello Big Blue Football Nation. It is time to start thinking about the greatness that awaits you if you have the courage and integrity to join the DSHS football program. It will be the greatest experience you have during your high school years and will leave you with shared memories for the rest of your life. So that your parents can share in your journey to be the best student, community member, leader, teammate and player that you can be we ask them to attend our first parent/student information night. The date is Thursday Feb. 15th . The time 7:00 pm. The place: DSHS Library. Parents will meet the coaches, learn about what we stand for, get necessary significant date and contact information and be introduced to the blue print for success as well as the parent handbook. The meeting is mandatory for parents of 2018 players.

 

MEN'S BASKETBALL SENIOR NIGHT

The DHS Basketball Team would like to thank the students, teachers and staff for their support this season.  Please join us for the last game of the regular season on Friday, February 9th to cheer on your Blue Devils one more time and celebrate Senior Night.  At this event, we will recognize senior players Reed Hess, Gavin Schouten, Will Smith, Kai Taylor, and Quinn Vaewsorn, for their contributions to the program.  The presentation will take place after the JV game ends.   Our Freshman Team plays at 4:00 pm, JV at 5:30pm  and Varsity at 7:00 pm.  Go Blue Devils!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

It is almost here!  One week from today…. On Valentine’s Day…. AP Art Studio Portfolios will be due to any Art Teacher.  Don’t wait till the last minute!  You can turn them in starting today through next Wednesday.

 

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchased your grad night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, 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- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Year after graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284 to attend.  This event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

CLUBS:

Spread some love and give your friends or a special someone, a Valentine Gram! Valentine Grams are $1 dollar each and will be sold from Wednesday, February 7th, until Monday February 11th, in front of the All Student Center. Valentines Grams will be deliver, next Wednesday on Valentine’s Day during 4th period.

 

Are you interested in local government and politics? Join Youth Government and shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, and more. Applications are in ASC 100 and the front office, and there will be an informational meeting also in ASC 100 on Friday February 16th.

 

Come to our Red Cross Club fundraiser at Tea for you. On February 10th, this Saturday, it will run from 11am – 11pm, and please present our flier available @dhsredcrossclub, which is our Instagram. Please come we really appreciate your support!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/10   Jazz Choir Cabaret

2/11   Jazz Choir Cabaret

2/12   Holiday Lincoln’s Birthday

2/19   Holiday (Presidents Day)

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/8/18




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 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 8, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1952 - Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the British throne. Her father, George VI, had died on February 6.

 

 MENU DHS:

 

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

            Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Spicy Double Teriyaki Burger w/ Pepper jack Cheese  topped w/ Slaw served with Cajun Fries / Grilled Vegetables Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic and Roasted Pepper Aioli.

 

Students please help our kitchen staff at the All Student Center keep the center clean and organized for everyone. Return your trays, plates/bowls and silverware to the All Student Center so that they can be cleaned and returned to circulation. Please throw trash away and clear your tables.  If you don’t want your fruit, add it to the Share Baskets. We appreciate your time and your cooperation.

 

TODAY:

Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting today at the DHS Library @ 6:30pm. See you there!

 

Incoming Sophomores Parent Night 7:00pm in the IPAB

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Soccer vs Franklin, 5:00/3:30                                        dismiss: 2:00JV

Boys Soccer @ Franklin, 3:30V/5:00JV                                dismiss: 1:45V

 

Davis High Girls Badminton tryouts will start at 3:45 in the North gym on Monday Feb. 12th. If you are interested in trying out you must have signed up on athleticclearance.com, received your clearance email, and provide this clearance to the coach on the day of tryouts. You can contact Coach McBurney via email @ Justin.mcburney@djusd.k12.ca.org

 

Hello Big Blue Football Nation. It is time to start thinking about the greatness that awaits you if you have the courage and integrity to join the DSHS football program. It will be the greatest experience you have during your high school years and will leave you with shared memories for the rest of your life. So that your parents can share in your journey to be the best student, community member, leader, teammate and player that you can be we ask them to attend our first parent/student information night. The date is Thursday Feb. 15th . The time 7:00 pm. The place : DSHS Library. Parents will meet the coaches, learn about what we stand for, get necessary significant date and contact information and be introduced to the blue print for success as well as the parent handbook. The meeting is mandatory for parents of 2018 players.

 

MEN'S BASKETBALL SENIOR NIGHT

The DHS Basketball Team would like to thank the students, teachers and staff for their support this season.  Please join us for the last game of the regular season on Friday, February 9th to cheer on your Blue Devils one more time and celebrate Senior Night.  At this event, we will recognize senior players Reed Hessl, Gavin Schouten, Will Smith, Kai Taylor, and Quinn Vaewsorn, for their contributions to the program.  The presentation will take place after the JV game ends.   Our Freshman Team plays at 4:00 pm, JV at 5:30pm  and Varsity at 7:00 pm.  Go Blue Devils!

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

It is almost here!  One week from today…. On Valentine’s Day…. AP Art Studio Portfolios will be due to any Art Teacher.  Don’t wait till the last minute!  You can turn them in starting today through next Wednesday.

 

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchased your grad night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, 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- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

 

Are you interested in learning about the many options of taking a Gap Year after graduating from high school?  Then please attend the Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center. The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event, but due to limited space, students must preregister at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284 to attend.  This even this event is being hosted by the DHS PTA.

 

CLUBS:

Agape is this Friday in S-7! Come for fun and games! Everyone is welcome bring your friends!

 

Spread some love and give your friends or a special someone, a Valentine Gram! Valentine Grams are $1 dollar each and will be sold from Wednesday, February 7th, until Monday February 11th, in front of the All Student Center. Valentines Grams will be deliver, next Wednesday on Valentine’s Day during 4th period.

 

Are you interested in local government and politics? Join Youth Government and shadow Davis Leaders like Mayor, Fire Chief, and more. Applications are in ASC 100 and the front office, and there will be an informational meeting also in ASC 100 on Friday February 16th.

 

Hey, hey its friendship day! The event is this Friday, February 9th and forms are due in the office by this Wednesday the 7th. Come for priceless memories!

 

It’s the Clash of the Titans! Come and support your DHS Ping Pong Club, the Table Tennis Titans! Bring $5 dollars to Mr. Birdsall’s room in N-9 and play every day for a chance to win a gift card!

If you are interested in discussing & debating current events, come to DHS Politics Club this Friday at lunch in N-2! Snacks will be provided.

 

Come to our Red Cross Club fundraiser at Tea for you. On February 10th, this Saturday, it will run from 11am – 11pm, and please present our flier available @dhsredcrossclub, which is our Instagram. Please come as we really appreciate your support!

 

CAREERS:

Time to sign-up for this month’s Financial Literacy class on Friday, February 9 at lunch in the Career Center! This month’s class will be on employment taxes, W-2’s, and payroll deductions. This is a great class for students who work or are planning to get a job. Come to the Career Center to sign up. The class is limited to 30 students.  

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/5-2/9   CSF Spring Registrations

2/9     Friendship Day

2/10   Jazz Choir Cabaret

2/11   Jazz Choir Cabaret

2/12   Holiday Lincoln’s Birthday

2/19   Holiday (Presidents Day)

2/28   The Gap Year Fair

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/7/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 7, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1962 - The U.S. government banned all Cuban imports and re-export of U.S. products to Cuba from other countries. 

 

 MENU DHS:

 

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

            Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: Teriyaki Beef w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies / Chicken Parmesan Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

Students please help our kitchen staff at the All Student Center keep the center clean and organized for everyone. Return your trays, plates/bowls and silverware to the All Student Center so that they can be cleaned and returned to circulation. Please throw trash away and clear your tables.  If you don’t want your fruit, add it to the Share Baskets. We appreciate your time and your cooperation.

 

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 holding spring registration during lunch in front of S-12 old members just need to bring their hours sheet and new members need to bring $7 dollars to sign up.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Basketball vs Pleasant Grove - 4F/5:30JV/7V

Frosh Girls Basketball @ El Dorado, 4:00                            dismiss: 2:00

 

Davis High Girls Badminton tryouts will start at 3:45 in the North gym on Monday Feb. 12th. If you are interested in trying out you must have signed up on athleticclearance.com, received your clearance email, and provide this clearance to the coach on the day of tryouts. You can contact Coach McBurney via email @ Justin.mcburney@djusd.k12.ca.org

 

Hello Big Blue Football Nation. It is time to start thinking about the greatness that awaits you if you have the courage and integrity to join the DSHS football program. It will be the greatest experience you have during your high school years and will leave you with shared memories for the rest of your life. So that your parents can share in your journey to be the best student, community member, leader, teammate and player that you can be we ask them to attend our first parent/student information night. The date is Thursday Feb. 15th . The time 7:00 pm. The place : DSHS Library. Parents will meet the coaches, learn about what we stand for, get necessary significant date and contact information and be introduced to the blue print for success as well as the parent handbook. The meeting is mandatory for parents of 2018 players.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Enjoy a delicious dinner, singing and dancing at the 30th annual DHS Jazz Choir Cabaret - the choir’s most elaborate production and largest celebration of the year. Dinner shows will be held Saturday, Feb. 10 and Sunday, Feb 11 at Emerson Junior High. A final show-only performance will be held on Saturday, Feb 17 at Brunelle. Visit jazzchoir.net for show details and to buy your tickets. Hurry - Ticket sales for the Cabaret Dinner end on February 5!

 

It is almost here!  One week from today…. On Valentine’s Day…. AP Art Studio Portfolios will be due to any art teacher.  Don’t wait till the last minute!  You can turn them in starting today through next Wednesday.

 

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchase your grad night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, 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- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

 

CLUBS:

Spoke Literacy and Art Magazine is now accepting submissions for its spring issue. The submission deadline is March 2nd and the theme is Home. While interpreting this theme, please consider culture, religion, family, etc. email your submission to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

Love to Sing?  Davis High School Choral Audition: Come sing with the DHS auditioned choirs: the Madrigal Singers, Jazz Choir and Advanced Treble Choir. Audition Application due MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26th.  Audition dates are March 5-9th

Come, listen and find out more about each choir: To apply, please go to any of the choir websites or https://tinyurl.com/y8zpk2n7 Pre-audition meeting, Wednesday, February 28th, 4 pm, in DHS Room P10.

 

Hey CSF! We have our retake yearbook photo this Friday as well as registration all week. For registration, bring your pink sheets, report card and last semester’s hour sheet to P-13 during lunch. You can find pink sheets in P-13, the library, and the front office. Hope to see you there!

 

Hey, hey its friendship day! The event is this Friday, February 9th and forms are due in the office by this Wednesday the 7th. Come for priceless memories!

 

It’s the Clash of the Titans! Come and support your DHS Ping Pong Club, the Table Tennis Titans! Bring $5 dollars to Mr. Birdsall’s room in N-9 and play every day for a chance to win a gift card!

If you are interested un discussing & debating current events, come to DHS Politics Club this Friday at lunch in N-2! Snacks will be provided.

 

Come to our Red Cross Club fundraiser at Tea for you. On February 10th, this Saturday, it will run from 11am – 11pm, and please present our flier available @dhsredcrossclub which is our Instagram. Please come as we really appreciate your support!

 

CAREERS:

If you plan to attend community college in the fall, you should attend the Sacramento City College Application Workshop on Friday, February 9 from 10:15 – 11:00 in the library computer lab.  Representatives will help you complete the Los Rios online application, which is the first step in the registration process.  Your application will allow you to enroll at any of the four Los Rios community colleges.  Come to the Career Center to sign up.

 

Time to sign-up for this month’s Financial Literacy class on Friday, February 9 at lunch in the Career Center! This month’s class will be on employment taxes, W-2’s, and payroll deductions. This is a great class for students who work or are planning to get a job. Come to the Career Center to sign up. The class is limited to 30 students.  

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

2/5-2/9   CSF Spring Registrations

2/8    Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting

2/8     Incoming Sophomores Parent Night

2/9     Friendship Day

2/10   Jazz Choir Cabaret

2/11   Jazz Choir Cabaret

2/12   Holiday Lincoln’s Birthday

2/19   Holiday (Presidents Day)

more
Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/6/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     February 6, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1998 - Washington National Airport was renamed for U.S. President Ronald Reagan with the signing of a bill by U.S. President Clinton.

 

 MENU DHS:

 

  • Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

            Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

  • Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Fish or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour Cream.

 

Students for your convenience the Food Truck is now located in between the North Gym and the N buildings during Break and Lunchtime.

 

Students please help our kitchen staff at the All Student Center keep the center clean and organized for everyone. Return your trays, plates/bowls and silverware to the All Student Center so that they can be cleaned and returned to circulation. Please throw trash away and clear your tables.  If you don’t want your fruit, add it to the Share Baskets. We appreciate your time and your cooperation.

 

TODAY:

Join the committee who supports Social Justice at Davis High School—Climate Committee meeting today at lunch in the West Conference Room of the Library. Come and learn about our outreach to clubs and our work to support a just environment for all.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Basketball @ Pleasant Grove, 5:30/7:00

Girls Soccer vs Sheldon, 3:30/5:00                                        dismiss: 2:00V

Boys Soccer @ Sheldon, 3:30V/5:00JV                                 dismiss: 1:40V-2:45JV