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Due to to worsening air quality, and out of an abundance of caution, Davis Joint Unified School District, along with all other school districts in Yolo County, is closing all schools and offices on Friday, November 16. 

Over the last few days, DJUSD has been regularly monitoring worsening the air quality and conferring with the Yolo County Office of Education, Yolo County Health Department and the Yolo/Solano Air Quality Management District. The decision to close schools due to air quality is not taken lightly and is unprecedented. Our top priority is the health and safety of our students and staff. 

We anticipate the conditions to improve significantly over the next week and look forward to a return to normal school routines, outdoor activities and athletics after Thanksgiving Break. Any updates over Thanksgiving Break will be shared as quickly as possible with our school community by email and available here on the DJUSD website as well as on DJUSD Facebook and Twitter.

Thank you for your partnership and understanding. 

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Posted by: Maddie Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 11/15/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 26, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1789 - U.S. President Washington set aside this day to observe the adoption of the Constitution of the United States

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch specials in the ASC Café are Teriyaki Chicken with Fried Rice, General Tso’s Chicken with Yakisoba noodles and Stir fried veggies, and Buffalo Chicken with Cajun Fries.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Soccer Tryouts reschedule for today November 26th and Tuesday November 27th, 4:00-5:30V/ 5:00-6:30JV in the Stadium.

 

Students and Parents - If you in need of some gifts for the holidays or just want to get yourself something new check out the online spirit store from the Davis Blue Devil Athletic Boosters. Delivery in early December. Choose home delivery for convenience. Follow the link to order: https://davisspiritwear2018.itemorder.com/sale

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00. A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th. Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night? Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS). The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe. The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event. Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year! Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

Blue Devil Book Drive! Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English Teachers will collect books from Nov 13 - Dec 6. We will accept gently used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed. Bring one, bring a bunch! All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

Winter Ball 2018 is Saturday December 1st. Tickets go on sale from November 26th-30th during lunch and after 6th inside the Finance Office. Prices are $10 with ASB and $15 without. Guest passes need to be turned in before purchase. No sales at the door. Tickets are limited!”

 

CLUBS:

Hey Clubs! The yearbook staff needs names for the clubs that got their picture taken. Drop by room L-28 at lunch or email blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com from Monday November 26th- Thursday November 29th. Please don’t miss the deadline otherwise, your club photo can’t be in the yearbook.

 

CAREERS:

If you plan to attend community college in the fall, you should attend the Sacramento City College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 28 at 10:40 in the library computer lab. Representatives will be available to 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.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

12/01 – Winter Ball, North Gym 8:00pm-11:00pm

12/07 – Friendship Day

12/07-12/08 Madrigal Dinner, DSHS ASC, evening

12/11 – DHS Choral Concert

12/12 – All District Jazz Concert, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/13 – Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/14 Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/17 – FINAL EXAM WEEK, 1ST SEMESTER, Reg. Monday Schedule, Tues- Frid – Finals Schedule

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/15/18




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This is the next presentation in our “Student Health and Wellness“ monthly series and will be put on by UC Davis.  DSHS students are encouraged to follow the link below if they are interested in learning about this most relevant topic.  The below link signs the student up for the presentation while also excusing them from their 3rdperiod class on November 30th.  Any questions, please e-mail Interim Vice Principal Mark Simi (msimi@djusd.net). 

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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
Published: 11/15/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 15, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1901 - Miller Reese patented an electrical hearing aid.

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch specials in the ASC Café are Nachos (Beef and nacho cheese and bean and cheese), Grilled veggie sandwich and Roasted Chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy.

 

TODAY:

Do not miss a great opportunity to learn about the effect of food waste on humans and the climate and about how you can help reduce waste! Come hear Dr. Underwood talk about these issues at Environmental Club in room S-10 during lunch.

 

If you are a member of Business Club or would like to be part of our club photo, please come to Brunelle Hall today at lunch for our club photo.

 

ATHLETICS:

Students and Parents - If you in need of some gifts for the holidays or just want to get yourself something new check out the online spirit store from the Davis Blue Devil Athletic Boosters. Delivery in early December. Choose home delivery for convenience. Follow the link to order: https://davisspiritwear2018.itemorder.com/sale

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00. A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th. Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night? Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS). The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe. The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event. Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year! Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

Blue Devil Book Drive! Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English Teachers will collect books from Nov 13 - Dec 6. We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed. Bring one, bring a bunch! All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

Winter Ball 2018 is Saturday December 1st. Tickets go on sale November 13th-16th and the 26th-30th during lunch and after 6th inside the Finance Office. Prices are $10 with ASB and $15 without. Guest passes need to be turned in before purchase. No sales at the door. Tickets are limited!”

 

Your Chance to Help! Link Crew is conducting a drive for Paradise High School community that was destroyed by the Butte County fire. We are collecting school supplies such as backpacks, binders, notebooks, pencils and basics such as clothes, socks, toiletries, etc… This is a call for quick action so we can deliver to the needy during Thanksgiving break. Bring items to Room L-20 and if you have questions please see Mr. Bill Williams.

 

CLUBS:

Seniors, make sure to submit your senior quotes no later than November 16th! Check your School email for more information; you don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Ms. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Attention Women in Stem Club members. If you want to be in the club picture for the yearbook, make sure to come to the general meeting this Friday in S-05 at lunch. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

If you plan to attend community college in the fall, you should attend the Sacramento City College Application Workshop on Wednesday, November 28 at 10:40 in the library computer lab. Representatives will be available to 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.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/16 - Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

11/26 – School Resumes after Recess

12/01 – Winter Ball, North Gym 8:00pm-11:00pm

12/07 – Friendship Day

12/07-12/08 Madrigal Dinner, DSHS ASC, evening

12/11 – DHS Choral Concert

12/12 – All District Jazz Concert, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/13 – Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands

12/14 Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/17 – FINAL EXAM WEEK, 1ST SEMESTER, Reg. Monday Schedule, Tues- Frid – Finals Schedule

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/14/18




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Air Quality Update: Schools Remain Open Thursday, November 15


The air quality forecast in our region continues to predict poor air quality levels for the remainder of the week. 

Davis schools will remain open and the restrictions on all outdoor activities will remain throughout the week so as to limit exposure to poor air quality. 
 

  • Restrictions on outside activities continue:
    All students shall remain indoors - this includes recess, lunch period and physical education class.
  • Doors to classrooms will be kept closed to limit exposure to poor air quality.
  • Outside activities, field trips and sports are suspended until further notice.
  • All athletic programs through Davis Senior High School have been postponed or moved indoors. Keep updated on athletics at Davis Senior High Athletics. 

Parents are advised to contact their school office directly for the latest information regarding school-specific plans about physical education classes, lunch schedules, or other questions and concerns. 

DJUSD continues to monitor the Air Quality Index (AQI) and will keep our school community updated with any changes. We recognize that individuals may have questions about their individual student or personal needs and these can be directed to school offices or the Public Information Office at communications@djusd.net.
 

Frequently Asked Questions:



How are decisions made to cancel school?
DJUSD is carefully monitoring the air quality reports and forecasts. Staff continues to consult and confer with Yolo County Office of Education, Yolo County Health Department and the Yolo/Solano Air Quality Management District (Y/S AQMD) to help inform decisions about whether schools will remain open. 

DJUSD is using the guidance from EPA Air Quality Guide for Particulate Pollution (image below) and Yolo/ Solano Air Quality Management District to determine what activities are safe for students and staff to do during the course of the day. We have imposed restrictions and are limiting activities based on the guidelines.

It is important to note that DJUSD has taken an even more precautionary approach by restricting all outdoor activities, even further than the EPA guidance provides given air quality levels this week, so as to limit outdoor exposure during the school day as much as possible. 



If my child stays home because of air quality, is this an excused absence?
Yes. If you report an absence because of health concerns related to air quality, it will be counted as an excused absence.

Do classrooms and school buildings have filters in air systems to block smoke? 
We have filtrations systems on all HVAC systems throughout the District that filter particulates down to three microns in size. 

What if my child has asthma or doesn’t feel well?
Students and staff who have asthma or other health concerns should consult with their health care provider. If students become ill at school they should report to the school nurse or office and a parent will be contacted.

Are there plans to cancel school later this week, since the air quality forecast does not suggest improvements in the next couple of days?
DJUSD is carefully monitoring the air quality reports and forecasts. Staff continues to consult and confer with Yolo County Office of Education, Yolo County Health Department and the Yolo/Solano Air Quality Management District to help inform decisions about whether schools will remain open. We will let our school community know of any updates or changes.

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Posted by: Maddie Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 11/14/18




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Dear DJUSD Parents and Guardians,

 

We continue to experience smoky conditions in Davis from the ash blown from the Camp Fire in Butte County.  Throughout this weekend and all through today we have been monitoring the Air Quality Index (AQI) as it has changed.  Today all DJUSD students remained indoors for lunch and physical education class, and doors to classrooms were kept closed to limit exposure to poor air quality.  Forecasts suggest that while winds may cause fluctuations in particulate matter, the air quality will likely remain unhealthy for several days.

 

All schools in DJUSD will remain open tomorrow; we will continue to monitor the air quality index to ensure safety of students and staff throughout the week.

 

DJUSD, in consultation with the Yolo County of Education and Yolo Health Department, recognizes the  EPA and Yolo Solano Air Quality Management District (YSAQMD) guidelines available at EPA Air Quality Guide for Particulate Pollution. It is important to note that DJUSD has taken an even more precautionary approach by restricting all outdoor activities, even further than the guidance provides, so as to limit outdoor exposure during the school day as much as possible.

 

Please know that DJUSD staff at every school site are working hard to monitor student needs and to put student health and safety first.  Considerations to protect children and sensitive groups from smoke, ash and poor air quality include:

  • Keeping children indoors with the doors and windows closed.

  • Suspending athletics and any outdoor school activities during or after school.

  • Monitoring students with medical conditions. Students with asthma, allergies, or a chronic health condition are at high risk from health effects related to wildfire smoke and ash.  Please consult your physician if you have concerns.

 

If you have concerns for your child’s health or they have medical conditions that may be aggravated by poor air quality, please keep your child home or contact your school office.

 

If you have questions or concerns, please contact your school office.  

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 11/13/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 14, 2018

 

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

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s lunch specials are Chicken Chow Mein, Pull Pork Sandwich, Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo, Turkey/Apple/Cheddar Panini.

 

TODAY:

Hey, key Clubbers! We will be taking our yearbook photo at the beginning of lunch today at 12:15 in the IPAB in front of the Brunelle Theater! Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Students and Parents - If you in need of some gifts for the holidays or just want to get yourself something new check out the online spirit store from the Davis Blue Devil Athletic Boosters. Delivery in early December. Choose home delivery for convenience. Follow the link to order: https://davisspiritwear2018.itemorder.com/sale

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00. A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th. Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night?  Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS). The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe. The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event. Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year!  Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

Winter Ball 2018 is Saturday December 1st. Tickets go on sale November 13th-16th and the 26th-30th during lunch and after 6th inside the Finance Office. Prices are $10 with ASB and $15 without. Guest passes need to be turned in before purchase. No sales at the door. Tickets are limited!”

 

Blue Devil Book Drive! Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English Teachers will collect books from Nov 13 - Dec 6.  We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed. Bring one, bring a bunch! All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

Your Chance to Help! Link Crew is conducting a drive for Paradise High School community that was destroyed by the Butte County fire. We are collecting school supplies such as backpacks, binders, notebooks, pencils and basics such as clothes, socks, toiletries, etc… This is a call for quick action so we can deliver to the needy during Thanksgiving break. Bring items to Room L-20 and if you have questions please see Mr. Bill Williams.

 

CLUBS:

Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to learn about the effect of food waste on humans and the climate and about how you can help reduce waste! Come hear Dr. Underwood talk about these issues at Environmental Club in room S-10 during lunch this Thursday, November 15th.

 

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Seniors, make sure to submit your senior quotes no later than November 16th! Check your School email for more information; you don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Come to the Girl Up meeting in L-29 to learn more about opportunities around the world! We will be discussing petitions and fundraisers. See you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Ms. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16 - Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

11/26 – School Resumes after Recess

12/01 – Winter Ball, North Gym 8:00pm-11:00pm

12/07 – Friendship Day

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/13/18




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11/12/2018

Dear DJUSD Families,

 

On this Veterans Day as we honor the many men and women who serve our country in the U.S. Military, we also recognize the heroic efforts of countless firefighters as well as the tireless efforts of many dedicated citizens in our community who are working to support the victims of the wildfires raging in our region as well as in the southern part of our state. Many in our school community have friends and loved ones who have been affected by the devastation.  DJUSD is partnering with the Davis Police Department to support relief efforts; the DJUSD District Office at 526 B Street will be a drop off point for supplies and donations for fire victims this week.

 

Air Quality in Davis

The fires also sending smoke and ash causing very poor air quality in and around our community.  While school will continue as scheduled, school administrators and staff will be monitoring the local Air Quality Index (AQI) regularly to determine safe levels of student activity each day.  In general, the next two days are predicted to be unhealthy for all groups, and so we anticipate the following protocols for schools:

  • All outside activity will be cancelled or moved indoors until air quality improves

  • After school athletic practices and games at our junior high schools and Davis Senior High will be rescheduled or moved inside

  • During the school day, classroom doors will remain closed to ensure safe air quality

 

Reminders for Parents

Thank you for your patience as we navigate the air quality and make decisions to keep student health our priority.  We also recognize that many students may choose not to commute to school by bike or on foot, so there may be more vehicle traffic at drop off or pick up.  Please plan your schedule accordingly.

 

Finally, if your student has allergies, asthma, or other medical conditions that are aggravated by the poor air quality, please be sure to contact your school office so our staff can help to monitor student health and well-being.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your school office.

 


 

John A. Bowes, Ed.D. | Superintendent

Davis Joint Unified School District

526 B Street | Davis, CA 95616

jbowes@djusd.net  | djusd.net

530-757-5300 x 142

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 11/12/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 13, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1942 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a measure lowering the minimum draft age from 21 to 18. 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch specials in the ASC Café are Teriyaki Chicken with Fried Rice, General Tso’s Chicken with Yakisoba noodles and Stir fried veggies, and Buffalo Chicken with Cajun Fries.

 

TODAY:

Hey DHS! Come to the UNICEF meeting in room S-8 at lunch. Make sure to come, as we will be taking yearbook photos!

 

ATHLETICS:

Students and Parents - If you in need of some gifts for the holidays or just want to get yourself something new check out the online spirit store from the Davis Blue Devil Athletic Boosters. Delivery in early December. Choose home delivery for convenience. Follow the link to order: https://davisspiritwear2018.itemorder.com/sale

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00. A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th.Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night?  Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS). The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe. The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event. Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year!  Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

"Winter Ball 2018 is Saturday December 1st. Tickets go on sale November 13th-16th and the 26th-30th during lunch at the finance office window. Prices are $10 with ASB and $15 without. Guest passes need to be turned in before purchase. No sales at the door. Tickets are limited!”

 

Blue Devil Book Drive! Bring a book to English class and make a difference for families in need.  The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. English Teachers will collect books from Nov 13 - Dec 6.  We will accept gently-used books for children of all ages: from babies to teenagers. Books for older readers and books in Spanish are especially needed.   Bring one, bring a bunch!  All donations will be greatly appreciated. Contact your English teacher or Mrs. Pilon in Room P-20 for more information. 

 

Your Chance to Help! Link Crew is conducting a drive for Paradise High School community that was destroyed by the Butte County fire. We are collecting school supplies such as backpacks, binders, notebooks, pencils and basics such as clothes, socks, toiletries, etc… This is a call for quick action so we can deliver to the needy during Thanksgiving break. Bring items to Room L-20 and if you have questions please see Mr. Bill Williams.

 

CLUBS:

Don’t miss out on a great opportunity to learn about the effect of food waste on humans and the climate and about how you can help reduce waste! Come hear Dr. Underwood talk about these issues at Environmental Club in room S-10 during lunch this Thursday, November 15th.

 

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Seniors, make sure to submit your senior quotes no later than November 16th! Check your School email for more information; you don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Come to the Girl Up meeting in L-29 to learn more about opportunities around the world! We will be discussing petitions and fundraisers. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

North Davis Elementary School still needs male cabin leaders for their Walker Creek trip January 7-11.  If you are a guy who is interested in being a Cabin Leader with North Davis, please come to the Career Center this week to pick up an application. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/14 - Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16 - Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

11/26 – School Resumes after Recess

12/01 – Winter Ball, North Gym 8:00pm-11:00pm

12/07 – Friendship Day

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/9/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 9, 2018

 

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

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Burrito Day! The ASC Café is now offering burrito bowls in addition to our burritos. We are now serving chicken, beef and nacho cheese, bean and cheese, and veggie (vegan) burritos!

 

TODAY:

Interested in boys tennis team this Spring? Come to an informational meeting today at 4pm at DSHS tennis court #12 (on the east side of the courts). Coach Dale Hersch will share info about the Varsity & JV teams, preseason conditioning and the upcoming spring season. Questions? Email davistennisacademy@gmail.com

 

Interested in biochemistry? Come to S-5 to join Women in Stem in welcoming a Novozymes Scientist to our campus. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about molecule creation, bring your lunch.

 

Hey CSF! We’re having our fourth general meeting at lunch. We are taking our yearbook photo after the meeting, so please make sure to come!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this in Ms. Ista’s room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

The next Financial Literacy class is at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss budgeting, financial goal setting, how to create a resume and tips for finding a job. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

SENIORS:  Did you miss last night’s Financial Aid Workshop?  If so, come to the Career Center to pick up financial aid materials that were handed out at the event.

 

ATHLETICS:

Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes 11/11 9am - 2pm in the DHS gym. Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11am (kids 10 and under free). Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team. Have something to sell or donate? Visit www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com 

 

Students and Parents - If you in need of some gifts for the holidays or just want to get yourself something new check out the online spirit store from the Davis Blue Devil Athletic Boosters. Delivery in early December. Choose home delivery for convenience. Follow the link to order: https://davisspiritwear2018.itemorder.com/sale

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00.A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th.Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night?  Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS).  The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe.  The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event.   Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year!  Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

"Winter Ball 2018 is Saturday December 1st. Tickets go on sale November 13th-16th and the 26th-30th during lunch at the finance office window. Prices are $10 with ASB and $15 without. Guest passes need to be turned in before purchase. No sales at the door. Tickets are limited!”

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

The annual Food Drive will take place from November 5th through 16th, donate cans to your 4th period class. All proceeds will go to STEAC and winners will receive a pizza party!

 

Hey DHS! Broadway is up for one more weekend! Don’t miss “Little Women” the musical, closing This Saturday! Friday and Saturday’s performances are at 7:00pm in the Brunelle Hall, follow @Davishighdrama on Instagram for more information.

 

Hey DHS! Come to the UNICEF meeting this Tuesday 11/13 in room S-8 at lunch. Make sure to come as we will be taking yearbook photos!

 

Seniors, make sure to submit your senior quotes no later than November 16th! Check your School email for more information; you don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

CAREERS:

North Davis Elementary School still needs male cabin leaders for their Walker Creek trip January 7-11.  If you are a guy who is interested in being a Cabin Leader with North Davis, please come to the Career Center this week to pick up an application. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/11 – DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap, 9:00am-2:00pm

11/12 - Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14 - Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16 - Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

11/26 – School Resumes after Recess

12/01 – Winter Ball, North Gym 8:00pm-11:00pm

12/07 – Friendship Day

 

 

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Published: 11/8/18




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On behalf of our Board of Education and all of our students and staff, we thank Davis voters for your continued support of our schools and the passage of the Measure M school facilities bond, which will provide approximately $150 million to upgrade schools for safety and 21st century learning. Watch for more information about the Measure M Program and how we plan to update and improve our schools.

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Published: 11/7/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 8, 2018

 

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

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch specials in the ASC Café are Nachos (Beef and nacho cheese and bean and cheese), Grilled veggie sandwich and Roasted Chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy.

 

TODAY:

Snowboard Team sign up meeting is in Room L-20 at 7pm. Come join this fun varsity winter sport. Learn to race and become a better rider. If you have, questions see Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net

 

Special Invitation to an Emergent Bilingual Event for English Language Learners. Come participate in a Cookie Decorating Contest! In front of Davis Senior High School Library from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm! Winners will receive a gift card! El students can bring a friend!  

 

Interested in learning about business? Come to the Business Club meeting at lunch in N-2. Guest speaker time as executive director of the Asian Development Bank in Manila, and her position as California’s savings and Loan Commissioner.

 

Want to learn origami? Come to Japanese Culture Club in S-9 at lunch for a lesson on traditional Japanese paper folding. Don’t miss out!

 

The DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP is TONIGHT at 7:00 p.m. in the All Student Center! Come to find out how you can get free money for college!  All seniors and their parents are invited to attend. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

ATHLETICS:

Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes 11/11 9am - 2pm in the DHS gym. Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11am (kids 10 and under free). Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team. Have something to sell or donate? Visit www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com 

 

Interested in boys tennis team this Spring? Come to an informational meeting this Friday, 11/9 at 4pm at DSHS tennis court #12 (on the east side of the courts). Coach Dale Hersch will share info about the Varsity & JV teams, preseason conditioning and the upcoming spring season. Questions? Email davistennisacademy@gmail.com

 

Students and Parents - If you in need of some gifts for the holidays or just want to get yourself something new check out the online spirit store from the Davis Blue Devil Athletic Boosters. Delivery in early December. Choose home delivery for convenience. Follow the link to order: https://davisspiritwear2018.itemorder.com/sale

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00.A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th.Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Pick up a Trivia Bowl Application in ASC 100. Trivia Bowl is a jeopardy- style trivia competition about science, math, history, literature and popular culture. Prizes for the winning team. Applications are due November 9th.

 

The annual Food Drive will take place from November 5th through 16th, donate cans to your 4th period class. All proceeds will go to STEAC and winners will receive a pizza party!

 

Interested in showcasing your talent? Pick up a DHS Factor application at the ASC-100 or front office! All applications are due November 9th!

 

Interested in biochemistry? Come to S-5 on Friday at lunch to join Women in Stem in welcoming a Novozymes Scientist to our campus. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about molecule creation.

 

Hey CSF! We’re having our 4th general meeting this Friday in P-13 at lunch. We’re taking our yearbook photo after the meeting, so please make sure to come!

 

Hey DHS! Broadway is up for one more weekend! Don’t miss “Little Women” the musical, closing This Saturday! Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s performances are at 7:00pm in the Brunelle Hall, follow @Davishighdrama on Instagram for more information.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Ms. Ista’s room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

CAREERS:

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, November 9 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided.  A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss budgeting, financial goal-setting, how to create a resume and tips for finding a job.  Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/09 - Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/11 – DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap, 9:00am-2:00pm

11/12 - Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14 - Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16 - Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

11/26 – School Resumes after Recess

12/01 – Winter Ball, North Gym 8:00pm-11:00pm

12/07 – Friendship Day

 

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Published: 11/7/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 7, 2018

 

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

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s lunch specials are Chicken Chow Mein, Pull Pork Sandwich, Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo, Turkey/Apple/Cheddar Panini.

 

TODAY:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting in S-12 during lunch. We will share new community service projects.

 

Today at 7pm there will be a girl's lacrosse information meeting for 9-12th graders interested in trying out for the sport in the spring. The meeting will be held in the DHS library. Please contact Coach Morris for more information. jennmorris22@gmail.com.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Water Polo – CIF Semifinals @ Tokay, 2:00pm                    dismiss: 11:00am

 

Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes 11/11 9am - 2pm in the DHS gym. Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11am (kids 10 and under free). Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team. Have something to sell or donate? Visit www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com 

 

Snowboard Team sign up meeting is in Room L-20 on November 8 at 7pm. Come join this fun varsity winter sport. Learn to race and become a better rider. If you have questions see Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net

Interested in boys tennis team this Spring? Come to an informational meeting this Friday, 11/9 at 4pm at DSHS tennis court #12 (on the east side of the courts). Coach Dale Hersch will share info about the Varsity & JV teams, preseason conditioning and the upcoming spring season. Questions? Email davistennisacademy@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

This Wednesday at lunch, UC Davis Political Science professor Dr. Brad Jones will be speaking about immigration issues. His presentation will begin at 12:15pm in the IPAD. Come hear about the latest issues in immigration as well as his work with migrants at the border.  See you there! https://migrationcluster.ucdavis.edu/people/bradford-brad-jones

 

Special Invitation to an Emergent Bilingual Event for English Language Learners. Come participate in a Cookie Decorating Contest!  November 8th. In front of Davis Senior High School Library from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm! Winners will receive a gift card! El students can bring a friend!  

 

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00.A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th.Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Pick up a Trivia Bowl Application in ASC 100. Trivia Bowl is a jeopardy- style trivia competition about science, math, history, literature and popular culture. Prizes for the winning team. Applications are due November 9th.

 

The annual Food Drive will take place from November 5th through 16th, donate cans to your 4th period class. All proceeds will go to STEAC and winners will receive a pizza party!

 

Interested in showcasing your talent? Pick up a DHS Factor application at the ASC-100 or front office! All applications are due November 9th!

 

Interested in learning about business? Come to the Business Club meeting this Thursday at lunch in N-2. Guest speaker time as executive director of the Asian Development Bank in Manila, and her position as California’s savings and Loan Commissioner.

 

Want to learn origami? Come to Japanese Culture Club in S-9 on Thursday at lunch for a lesson on traditional Japenese paper folding. Don’t miss out!

 

Interested in biochemistry? Come to S-5 on Friday at lunch to join Women in Stem in welcoming a Novozymes Scientist to our campus. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about molecule creation.

 

Hey CSF! We’re having our 4th general meeting this Friday in P-13 at lunch. We’re taking our yearbook photo after the meeting, so please make sure to come!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday November 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the All Student Center. At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications. All seniors and their parents are invited to attend. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, November 9 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided.  A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss budgeting, financial goal-setting, how to create a resume and tips for finding a job.  Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

North Davis Elementary School still needs male cabin leaders for their Walker Creek trip January 7-11.  If you are a guy who is interested in being a Cabin Leader with North Davis, please come to the Career Center this week to pick up an application. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09 - Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/11 – DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap, 9:00am-2:00pm

11/12 - Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14 - Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16 - Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 11/6/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 6, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1984 - For the first time in 193 years, the New York Stock Exchange remained open during a presidential election day.

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Taco Tuesday! The ASC Café is now offering carnitas tacos in addition to chicken, ground beef and vegan tacos!

 

TODAY:

Want to know more about LGBT history? Come to LGBT History Club, at lunch in Mr. William’s room P-14.

 

Want to learn how to ride a bike? Get off those training wheels and come join the Bike Club. We meet in room N-5. Come join us!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Section Team Playoffs – Rocklin, 2:00                      dismiss: 11:00

Boys Water Polo @ CIF Finals - Johansen, 3:15                                           dismiss: 11:15

 

Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes 11/11 9am - 2pm in the DHS gym. Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11am (kids 10 and under free). Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team. Have something to sell or donate? Visit www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com 

 

Snowboard Team sign up meeting is in Room L-20 on November 8 at 7pm. Come join this fun varsity winter sport. Learn to race and become a better rider. If you have questions see Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

This Wednesday at lunch, UC Davis Political Science professor Dr. Brad Jones will be speaking about immigration issues. His presentation will begin at 12:15pm in the IPAD. Come hear about the latest issues in immigration as well as his work with migrants at the border.  See you there! https://migrationcluster.ucdavis.edu/people/bradford-brad-jones

Youth Truth Family Survey: Please participate in an important Youth Truth Family Survey.  This survey will help us to even better serve the families at Davis Senior High School.  It will take about 15 minutes to complete the survey.   The deadline to take the survey is midnight on November 16th. Please follow the link below. Por favor, participe en una importante encuesta familiar de Youth Truth.  Esta encuesta nos ayudará a brindar un mejor servicio a las familias de Davis Senior High School. Tomará aproximadamente 15 minutos para completar la encuesta. La fecha límite para realizar la encuesta es la medianoche del 16 de noviembre. Por favor siga el siguiente enlace. Luego haga clic en el menú de idiomas para cambiar el idioma a español. Youth Truth Family Survey

 

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Special Invitation to an Emergent Bilingual Event for English Language Learners. Come participate in a Cookie Decorating Contest!  November 8th. In front of Davis Senior High School Library from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm! Winners will receive a gift card! El students can bring a friend!  

 

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00.A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th.Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Pick up a Trivia Bowl Application in ASC 100. Trivia Bowl is a jeopardy- style trivia competition about science, math, history, literature and popular culture. Prizes for the winning team. Applications are due November 9th.

 

The annual Food Drive will take place from November 5th through 16th, donate cans to your 4th period class. All proceeds will go to STEAC and winners will receive a pizza party!

 

Interested in showcasing your talent? Pick up a DHS Factor application at the ASC-100 or front office! All applications are due November 9th!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting this Wednesday in S-12 during lunch. We will share new community service projects.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday November 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the All Student Center. At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications. All seniors and their parents are invited to attend. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, November 9 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided.  A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss budgeting, financial goal-setting, how to create a resume and tips for finding a job.  Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

North Davis Elementary School still needs male cabin leaders for their Walker Creek trip January 7-11.  If you are a guy who is interested in being a Cabin Leader with North Davis, please come to the Career Center this week to pick up an application. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09 - Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/11 – DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap, 9:00am-2:00pm

11/12 - Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14 - Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16 - Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

 

 

 

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Published: 11/5/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 5, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1940 - U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt won an unprecedented third term in office. 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch specials in the ASC Café are Teriyaki Chicken with Fried Rice, General Tso’s Chicken with Yakisoba noodles and Stir fried veggies, and Buffalo Chicken with Cajun Fries.

 

TODAY:

Hey NHS! Our meeting will be today. We will be taking our yearbook photo so make sure to come to fulfill our meeting requirement and be in the picture. See you at lunch!

 

Come to Environmental Club’s Garden day today from 2:30pm – 4:00pm or whenever you can come. Meet by room S-10 to help improve DHS gardens and have a fun time!

 

Chinese Culture Club is back Mr. Achimore’s room L-21 every Monday. Bring your friends to join us. We are going to take yearbook photos at 12:10 in front of the Brunelle Theater on Monday. Make sure you come.

 

ATHLETICS:

Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes 9am - 2pm in the DHS gym. Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11am (kids 10 and under free). Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team. Have something to sell or donate? Visit www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com 

 

Snowboard Team sign up meeting is in Room L-20 on November 8 at 7pm. Come join this fun varsity winter sport. Learn to race and become a better rider. If you have questions see Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Youth Truth Family Survey:Please participate in an important Youth Truth Family Survey.  This survey will help us to even better serve the families at Davis Senior High School.  It will take about 15 minutes to complete the survey.   The deadline to take the survey is midnight on November 16th. Please follow the link below. Por favor, participe en una importante encuesta familiar de Youth Truth.  Esta encuesta nos ayudará a brindar un mejor servicio a las familias de Davis Senior High School. Tomará aproximadamente 15 minutos para completar la encuesta. La fecha límite para realizar la encuesta es la medianoche del 16 de noviembre. Por favor siga el siguiente enlace. Luego haga clic en el menú de idiomas para cambiar el idioma a español. Youth Truth Family Survey

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00.A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th.Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night?  Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS).  The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe.  The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event.   Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year!  Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

Special Invitation to an Emergent Bilingual Event for English Language Learners. Come participate in a Cookie Decorating Contest!  November 8th. In front of Davis Senior High School Library from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm! Winners will receive a gift card! El students can bring a friend!  

 

LUNCH GUEST SPEAKER: This Wednesday at lunch, UC Davis Political Science professor Dr. Brad Jones will be speaking about immigration issues. His presentation will begin at 12:15pm in the IPAD. Come hear about the latest issues in immigration as well as his work with migrants at the border.  See you there!

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Pick up a Trivia Bowl Application in ASC 100. Trivia Bowl is a jeopardy- style trivia competition about science, math, history, literature and popular culture. Prizes for the winning team. Applications are due November 9th.

 

The annual Food Drive will take place from November 5th through 16th, donate cans to your 4th period class. All proceeds will go to STEAC and winners will receive a pizza party!

 

Interested in showcasing your talent? Pick up a DHS Factor application at the ASC-100 or front office! All applications are due November 9th!

 

Want to know more about LGBT history? Come to LGBT History Club, Tuesday at lunch in Mr. William’s room P-14.

 

Want to learn how to ride a bike? Get off those training wheels and come join the Bike Club. We meet this Tuesday in room N-5. Come join us!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday November 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the All Student Center. At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications. All seniors and their parents are invited to attend. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess 

 

 

 

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Published: 11/2/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 2, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1983 - U.S. President Ronald Reagan signed a bill establishing a federal holiday on the third Monday of January in honor of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Burrito Day! The ASC Café is now offering burrito bowls in addition to our burritos. We are now serving chicken, beef and nacho cheese, bean and cheese, and veggie (vegan) burritos!

 

TODAY:

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please students, who have an appointment today, don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

Guys, gals and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Ms. Istas room, L -29 up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Interested in Biomedical Engineering? Come to S-05 bring your lunch to join Women in STEAM in welcoming Dr. Roncali, an assistant project scientist for biochemical engineering lab. See you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Section Individuals           all-day / select roster

Boys’ Water Polo @ CIF Playoffs, 3:30               dismiss: 1:30

 

Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes 9am - 2pm in the DHS gym. Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11am (kids 10 and under free). Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team. Have something to sell or donate? Visit www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com 

 

Snowboard Team sign up meeting is in Room L-20 on November 8 at 7pm. Come join this fun varsity winter sport. Learn to race and become a better rider. If you have questions see Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Youth Truth Family Survey: Please participate in an important Youth Truth Family Survey.  This survey will help us to even better serve the families at Davis Senior High School.  It will take about 15 minutes to complete the survey.   The deadline to take the survey is midnight on November 16th. Please follow the link below.

Youth Truth Family es una encuesta escolar que se lleva acabo para ayudar alas familias de Davis Senior High School  también está disponible en español. Haga clic en el enlace del sitio web de abajo. Luego haga un clic en el menú de idiomas para cambiar el idioma a español. Youth Truth Family Survey

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Attention all DHS instrumental soloists this is a note to prepare you for this year’s DHS Concerto Competition:

The annual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will be held Wednesday, January 23, 2019 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS instrumentalist and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra as well as a check for $500.00.A sign-up sheet and informational flyer are now on the window of the computer lab in PA-3. It is important to start to plan for this event now and begin preparing your solos ASAP. Deadline to sign up is Friday November 16th.Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night?  Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS).  The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe.  The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event.   Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year!  Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

DSHS will host the SAT on Saturday, November 3rd. Arrive to N-04 at 7:45 am to get your room assignment. You must have your registration ticket and photo ID to enter. Photo ID on cell phone will not be accepted. Remember to bring your calculator. Test begins promptly at 8am - NO late entry. NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Pick up a Trivia Bowl Application in ASC 100. Trivia Bowl is a jeopardy- style trivia competition about science, math, history, literature and popular culture. Prizes for the winning team. Applications are due November 9th.

 

Hey NHS! Our next meeting will be on Monday, November 5th. We’ll be taking our yearbook photo so make sure to come to fulfill our meeting requirement and be in the picture. See you at lunch on Monday!

 

CAREERS:

Sci-Tech charter school in Knights Landing is looking for volunteers to help with their annual Harvest/Dia de los Muertos Festival on November 9th from 5-8pm in Knights Landing.  Volunteers will help serve food, and staff games and crafts booths.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday November 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the All Student Center. At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications. All seniors and their parents are invited to attend. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess 

 

 

 

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Please participate in an important Youth Truth Family Survey.  This survey will help us to even better serve the families at Davis Senior High School.  It will take about 15 minutes to complete the survey.   The deadline to take the survey is midnight on November 16th. Please follow the link below.

 

Por favor, participe en una importante encuesta familiar de Youth Truth.  Esta encuesta nos ayudará a brindar un mejor servicio a las familias de Davis Senior High School. Tomará aproximadamente 15 minutos para completar la encuesta. La fecha límite para realizar la encuesta es la medianoche del 16 de noviembre. Por favor siga el siguiente enlace. Luego haga clic en el menú de idiomas para cambiar el idioma a español.

 

Youth Truth Family Survey

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Published: 11/1/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 1, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1870 - The U.S. Weather Bureau made its first meteorological observations using 24 locations that provided reports via telegraph.

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch specials in the ASC Café are Nachos (Beef and nacho cheese and bean and cheese), Grilled veggie sandwich and Roasted Chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Section Individuals           all-day / select roster

Boys’ Water Polo @ CIF Playoffs, 3:30               dismiss: 1:30

 

Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes 9am - 2pm in the DHS gym. Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11am (kids 10 and under free). Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team. Have something to sell or donate? Visit www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com 

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Youth Truth Family Survey: Please participate in an important Youth Truth Family Survey.  This survey will help us to even better serve the families at Davis Senior High School.  It will take about 15 minutes to complete the survey.   The deadline to take the survey is midnight on November 16th. Please follow the link below.

Youth Truth Family es una encuesta escolar que se lleva acabo para ayudar alas familias de Davis Senior High School  también está disponible en español. Haga clic en el enlace del sitio web de abajo. Luego haga un clic en el menú de idiomas para cambiar el idioma a español. Youth Truth Family Survey

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night?  Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS).  The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe.  The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event.   Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year!  Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

DSHS will host the SAT on Saturday, November 3rd. Arrive to N-04 at 7:45 am to get your room assignment. You must have your registration ticket and photo ID to enter. Photo ID on cell phone will not be accepted. Remember to bring your calculator. Test begins promptly at 8am - NO late entry. NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Hey Devils! Excited for this year’s high school musical: “Little Women”, opens Friday, November 2nd at 7:00pm. The show will run for two weekends, so follow @davishighdrama on Instagram for more information, and go see your Blue Devil Broadway stars on Opening Night!

 

Pick up a Trivia Bowl Application in ASC 100. Trivia Bowl is a jeopardy- style trivia competition about science, math, history, literature and popular culture. Prizes for the winning team. Applications are due November 9th.

 

Guys, gals and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Ms. Istas room, L -29 up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Hey NHS! Our next meeting will be on Monday, November 5th. We’ll be taking our yearbook photo so make sure to come to fulfill our meeting requirement and be in the picture. See you at lunch on Monday!

 

Interested in Biomedical Engineering? Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch to join Women in STEAM in welcoming Dr. Roncali, an assistant project scientist for biochemical engineering lab. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

Korematsu Elementary School has a volunteer opportunity for an assistant coach for Girls on the Run, an organization that helps girls develop strength and leadership through running. The assistant coach will work with 4th and 5th grade girls Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 – 4:45.  Deadline to apply is October 31.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

Sci-Tech charter school in Knights Landing is looking for volunteers to help with their annual Harvest/Dia de los Muertos Festival on November 9th from 5-8pm in Knights Landing.  Volunteers will help serve food, and staff games and crafts booths.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday November 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the All Student Center. At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications. All seniors and their parents are invited to attend. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess 

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Published: 10/31/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 31, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1517 - Martin Luther posted the 95 Theses on the door of the Wittenberg Palace Church. The event marked the start of the Protestant Reformation in Germany.

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Halloween! Reminder! On Thursday 11/1, the ASC Café will be rolling out a new menu. Please stop by and check out some of our new menu options. There will be new vegetarian and vegan menu options in addition to new daily specials!

 

TODAY:

Come to Girl-Up Clubs 2nd meeting to learn about opportunities to travel the globe! Meeting is in Ms. Istas room L-29 today.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Section Team Playoffs @ Home

 

Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes 9am - 2pm in the DHS gym.  Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11am (kids 10 and under free).  Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team. Have something to sell or donate?  Visit www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com 

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Youth Truth Family Survey: Please participate in an important Youth Truth Family Survey.  This survey will help us to even better serve the families at Davis Senior High School.  It will take about 15 minutes to complete the survey.   The deadline to take the survey is midnight on November 16th. Please follow the link below.

Youth Truth Family es una encuesta escolar que se lleva acabo para ayudar alas familias de Davis Senior High School  también está disponible en español. Haga clic en el enlace del sitio web de abajo. Luego haga un clic en el menú de idiomas para cambiar el idioma a español. Youth Truth Family Survey

 

SENIORS! Do you know about the tradition of Davis Grad Night?  Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from the four high schools within the District (Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS).  The party is held at Emerson Junior High School, with the entire campus transformed into a nightclub filled with activities, hundreds of raffle prizes and an all-night cafe.  The decorations theme changes every year and is top secret until it is revealed at Grad Night. About 90% of the graduating class attends the event.   Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year!  Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Prices go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Hey Devils! Excited for this year’s high school musical: “Little Women”, opens Friday, November 2nd at 7:00pm. The show will run for two weekends, so follow @davishighdrama on Instagram for more information, and go see your Blue Devil Broadway stars on Opening Night!

 

Pick up a Trivia Bowl Application in ASC 100. Trivia Bowl is a jeopardy- style trivia competition about science, math, history, literature and popular culture. Prizes for the winning team. Applications are due November 9th.

 

Guys, gals and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Ms. Istas room, L -29 up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

CAREERS:

Korematsu Elementary School has a volunteer opportunity for an assistant coach for Girls on the Run, an organization that helps girls develop strength and leadership through running.   The assistant coach will work with 4th and 5th grade girls Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 – 4:45.  Deadline to apply is October 31.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

Sci-Tech charter school in Knights Landing is looking for volunteers to help with their annual Harvest/Dia de los Muertos Festival on November 9th from 5-8pm in Knights Landing.  Volunteers will help serve food, and staff games and crafts booths.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

SENIORS:  Need free money for college?  Then you should come to the DHS FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP on Thursday November 8 at 7:00 p.m. in the All Student Center.  At the workshop you'll learn about the many types of student financial aid and how to complete financial aid applications.  All seniors and their parents are invited to attend.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
Published: 10/30/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 30, 2018

 

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

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Taco Tuesday! ASC Café is now serving fish, chicken, ground beef and vegan tacos!

Reminder - Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. If you get to school early we look forward to you joining us for breakfast. We are currently offering a new croissant breakfast sandwich with turkey ham, cheese, and egg.

 

TODAY:

There will be a Boy's Golf informational meeting for new and returning players and their parents at 7:00 in the All Student Center at the high school. If you are unable to attend, contact coach Ronning at kronning1317@gmail.com.

 

Join Counselor Kim Liu in a discussion opportunities for students to explore strategies that address school success in our first Health and Wellness Event of the year during 6th period in the Library’s West Conference room. Conversations will focus on student strategies to address all aspects of the school community. Delve into the world of supports and ideas to explore new options in addressing school challenges. Student must enroll on the counseling main webpage. Student attending this session will sign in on arrival and their absence from class will be excused as a school event. Don’t miss out on this important opportunity. Wishing you all a healthy year at Davis Senior High School!

 

Hey DHS! Are you a Junior and interested in traveling to Ecuador, the Dominican Republic , or Panama this summer? Join Global Glimpse! There will be an informational meeting at 6pm in the library. Don’t forget to bring a parent! We hope to see you there!

 

Hey DHS! Come to UNICEF’s first meeting during lunch in room S-8! Learn how you can impact children all over the world and participate in community outreach such as speaking at City Council meetings, as well as boost up that college application!

 

Want to know more about LGBT history? Come to the LGBT History Club in Mr. William’s room, P-14.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Water Polo @ CIF Playoffs –Franklin, 3:30                               dismiss: 1:30

 

DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap, Sunday Nov 11: Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the DHS gym.  Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m. (kids 10 and under free).  Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team.  Have something to sell or donate?  Visit   www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Hey Devils! Excited for this year’s high school musical: “Little Women”, opens Friday, November 2nd at 7:00pm. The show will run for two weekends, so follow @davishighdrama on Instagram for more information, and go see your Blue Devil Broadway stars on Opening Night!

 

CAREERS:

Volunteers are needed for Holmes Junior High School’s afterschool homework club on Monday and/or Wednesday from 3:30-5:00 p.m., Volunteers must be 11th or 12th grade students and have good math and/or science skills. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Korematsu Elementary School has a volunteer opportunity for an assistant coach for Girls on the Run, an organization that helps girls develop strength and leadership through running.   The assistant coach will work with 4th and 5th grade girls Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 – 4:45.  Deadline to apply is October 31.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

 

 

 

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Published: 10/30/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 29, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1929 - America's Great Depression began with the crash of the Wall Street stock market.

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Monday from the ASC Café. Today’s lunch specials are General Tso’s Chicken and veggies and Fish Sandwich.

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ Red Bluff, 3:30JV/4:45V                                          dismiss: 12:45JV-1:10V

Girls Varsity Tennis – Section Team Playoffs/ DHS

 

There will be a Boy's Golf informational meeting for new and returning players and their parents on 10/30 at 7:00 in the All Student Center at the high school. If you are unable to attend, contact coach Ronning at kronning1317@gmail.com.

 

DHS Ski and Snowboard Swap, Sunday Nov 11: Come to the annual Ski and Snowboard Swap to find great bargains on new and used equipment and clothes..  9 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the DHS gym.  Admission is $5 for the first two hours, free after 11 a.m. (kids 10 and under free).  Proceeds benefit the DHS Ski Team.  Have something to sell or donate?  Visit   www.myconsignmentsale.com/dhsskiswap to consign items.  For more information, email bluedevils.ski.team@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

Join Counselor Kim Liu in a discussion opportunities for students to explore strategies that address school success in our first Health and Wellness Event of the year on October 30thduring 6th period in the Library’s West Conference room. Conversations will focus on student strategies to address all aspects of the school community. Delve into the world of supports and ideas to explore new options in addressing school challenges. Student must enroll on the counseling main webpage. Student attending this session will sign in on arrival and their absence from class will be excused as a school event. Don’t miss out on this important opportunity. Wishing you all a healthy year at Davis Senior High School!

 

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Hey DHS! Are you a Junior and interested in traveling to Ecuador, the Dominican Republic , or Panama this summer? Join Global Glimpse! There will be an informational meeting this Tuesday, October 30th at 6pm in the library. Don’t forget to bring a parent! We hope to see you there!

 

CLUBS:

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Hey DHS! Come to UNICEF’s first meeting on Tuesday during lunch in room S-8! Learn how you can impact children all over the world and participate in community outreach such as speaking at City Council meetings, as well as boost up that college application!

 

Want to know more about LGBT history? Come to the LGBT History Club Tuesday at lunch in Mr. William’s room, P-14.

 

Hey Devils! Excited for this year’s high school musical: “Little Women”, opens Friday, November 2nd at 7:00pm. The show will run for two weekends, so follow @davishighdrama on Instagram for more information, and go see your Blue Devil Broadway stars on Opening Night!

 

CAREERS:

Volunteers are needed for Holmes Junior High School’s afterschool homework club on Monday and/or Wednesday from 3:30-5:00 p.m., Volunteers must be 11th or 12th grade students and have good math and/or science skills. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Korematsu Elementary School has a volunteer opportunity for an assistant coach for Girls on the Run, an organization that helps girls develop strength and leadership through running.   The assistant coach will work with 4th and 5th grade girls Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 – 4:45.  Deadline to apply is October 31.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

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Published: 10/26/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 26, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1905 - Norway gained independence from Sweden. 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Burrito Day! The ASC Café is now offering burrito bowls in addition to our burritos. We are now serving chicken, beef and nacho cheese, bean and cheese, and veggie (vegan) burritos!

 

TODAY:

Hey CSF! We have our third general meeting in room P-13 at lunch. Come learn about our new projects. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Have you ever met a TED Talk Speaker? If not, now’s your chance! Come to S-05 at lunch to join Women in STEAM Club in welcoming plant Geneticist Pamela Ronald. She will be giving a seminar on her research, so don’t miss out!

 

Attention All Seniors! Rent – A- Senior applications are due today. Make sure to get them in to ASC 100 in order to participate in the event on November 2nd.

 

Shout out to the Blue DEVIL SPIRIT AWARD RECIPIENTS this month; Viviana Garcia, Emma Dean, Marcuscio McCampbell, Maria Iacobelli, Julia Garcia, and Cash McCrory

 

ATHLETICS:

Football vs Cosumnes Oaks – Senior Night, 5:00JV/7:15V               dismiss: 3:15

 

There will be a Boy's Golf informational meeting for new and returning players and their parents on 10/30 at 7:00 in the All Student Center at the high school. If you are unable to attend, contact coach Ronning at kronning1317@gmail.com.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

Join Counselor Kim Liu in a discussion opportunities for students to explore strategies that address school success in our first Health and Wellness Event of the year on October 30th during 6th period in the Library’s West Conference room. Conversations will focus on student strategies to address all aspects of the school community. Delve into the world of supports and ideas to explore new options in addressing school challenges. Student must enroll on the counseling main web page. Student attending this session will sign in on arrival and their absence from class will be excused as a school event. Don’t miss out on this important opportunity. Wishing you all a healthy year at Davis Senior High School!

 

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Hey DHS! Are you a Junior and interested in traveling to Ecuador, the Dominican Republic , or Panama this summer? Join Global Glimpse! There will be an informational meeting this Tuesday, October 30th at 6pm in the library. Don’t forget to bring a parent! We hope to see you there!

 

CLUBS:

Haunted House - Saturday October 27th. Calling all thrill seekers! Come to the student-run haunted house, Cirque Du Scare, at 2620 Corona Drive in Davis from 7pm-midnight. Tickets are $5 at the door and benefit the DHS Jazz Choir.  Get ready to be scared – are you brave enough to enter the Cirque Du Scare haunted house?

 

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors; check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Hey Devils! Excited for this year’s high school musical: “Little Women”, opens Friday, November 2nd at 7:00pm. The show will run for two weekends, so follow @davishighdrama on Instagram for more information, and go see your Blue Devil Broadway stars on Opening Night!

 

CAREERS:

Volunteers are needed for Holmes Junior High School’s afterschool homework club on Monday and/or Wednesday from 3:30-5:00 p.m., Volunteers must be 11th or 12th grade students and have good math and/or science skills. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Korematsu Elementary School has a volunteer opportunity for an assistant coach for Girls on the Run, an organization that helps girls develop strength and leadership through running.   The assistant coach will work with 4th and 5th grade girls Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15 – 4:45.  Deadline to apply is October 31.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/25/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 25, 2018

 

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

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s lunch special in the ASC Café is Nachos and Grilled Veggie Sandwich. Did you know that on Thursdays we offer five different vegetarian entrees, one of which is vegan? Come join us and check it out!

 

TODAY:

Did you know that the hummingbird is the only bird that can fly backwards? Come to Environmental Club to see how you can help improve DHS Gardens to attract more hummingbirds. We meet during lunch in room

S-10. Everyone is welcome!

 

Are you interested in pursuing a career in a health field, such as nursing or physical therapy? If so, come to the Career Center at lunch to learn about the many health-related programs offered at Sacramento City College.

Interested in saving lives? Come to the Red Cross meeting today in room S-01 to participate in a CPR training! See you at lunchtime.

 

ATHLETICS:

Tennis Varsity Girls @ Delta Valley Doubles                            all-day/ select roster

 

There will be a Boy's Golf informational meeting for new and returning players and their parents on 10/30 at 7:00 in the All Student Center at the high school. If you are unable to attend, contact coach Ronning at kronning1317@gmail.com.

Come support our Football, Cheer and Dance Team Seniors during the last football game of the season on Friday, October 26th. Also, don’t forget to wear black for “black out” night.     

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

CLUBS:

Haunted House - Saturday October 27th. Calling all thrill seekers! Come to the student-run haunted house, Cirque Du Scare, at 2620 Corona Drive in Davis from 7pm-midnight. Tickets are $5 at the door and benefit the DHS Jazz Choir.  Get ready to be scared – are you brave enough to enter the Cirque Du Scare haunted house?

 

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors, check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Hey CSF! We have our third general meeting this Friday, October 26th, in room P-13 at lunch. Come learn about our new projects. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Have you ever met a TED Talk Speaker? If not, now’s your chance! Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch to join Women in STEAM Club in welcoming plant Geneticist Pamela Ronald. She will be giving a seminar on her research, so don’t miss out!

 

Hey Devils! Excited for this year’s high school musical: “Little Women”, opens Friday, November 2nd at 7:00pm. The show will run for two weekends, so follow @davishighdrama on Instagram for more information, and go see your Blue Devil Broadway stars on Opening Night!

 

Attention All Seniors! Rent – A- Senior application due date has been extended to Friday October 26th. Make sure to get them in to ASC 100 in order to participate in the event on November 2nd.

 

CAREERS:

Volunteers are needed for Holmes Junior High School’s afterschool homework club on Monday and/or Wednesday from 3:30-5:00 p.m., Volunteers must be 11th or 12th grade students and have good math and/or science skills. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop, 7pm ASC

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/24/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 24, 2018

 

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

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch special in the ASC Cafe is Teriyaki Beef over Yakisoba noodles and Pulled Pork Sandwiches with coleslaw. We also offer a vegan version of one of our daily specials every day!

 

TODAY:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting today during lunch in S-12, hope to see you there!

 

Did you know over half a million people have American Sign Language as their first language? Come to Sign Language Club in O-4 at lunch today to learn more about ASL and Deaf Culture!

 

FUN FACT! Walmart has lower acceptance rate than Harvard. However if you are looking to get into Harvard, join quiz bowl because we have a 100% acceptance rate. Come to Quiz Bowl in P-14, Mr. William’s room.

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey vs Lassen2:30JV/3:45V                   dismiss: 1:15JV/2:15V

 

There will be a Boy's Golf informational meeting for new and returning players and their parents on 10/30 at 7:00 in the All Student Center at the high school. If you are unable to attend, contact coach Ronning at kronning1317@gmail.com.

Come support our Football, Cheer and Dance Team Seniors during the last football game of the season on Friday, October 26th. Also, don’t forget to wear black for “black out” night.     

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions Thursday, October 25, 2018 is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the November edition of the 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:

Haunted House - Saturday October 27th. Calling all thrill seekers! Come to the student-run haunted house, Cirque Du Scare, at 2620 Corona Drive in Davis from 7pm-midnight. Tickets are $5 at the door and benefit the DHS Jazz Choir.  Get ready to be scared – are you brave enough to enter the Cirque Du Scare haunted house?

 

Did you know that the hummingbird is the only bird that can fly backwards? Come to Environmental Club to see how you can help improve DHS Gardens to attract more hummingbirds. We can meet every Thursday during lunch in room

S-10. Everyone is welcome!

 

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors, check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

Hey CSF! We have our third general meeting this Friday, October 26th, in room P-13 at lunch. Come learn about our new projects. Hope to see you there!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Have you ever met a TED Talk Speaker? If not, now’s your chance! Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch to join Women in STEAM Club in welcoming plant Geneticist Pamela Ronald. She will be giving a seminar on her research, so don’t miss out!

 

CAREERS:

Are you interested in pursuing a career in a health field, such as nursing or physical therapy?  If so, come to the Career Center on Thursday, October 25 at lunch to learn about the many health-related programs offered at Sacramento City College.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/08 – Financial Aid Workshop

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

11/12- Veterans Day Holiday (Observed)

11/14- Symphonic Band Concert (DHS Band)

11/15 – DSHS Factor Dress Rehearsal

11/16- Student of the Month Breakfast

11/16- Academic Center Awards Ceremony

11/16 – DSHS Factor Dress

11/19-11/23 – Thanksgiving Recess

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/23/18




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    Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 23, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1910 - Blanche S. Scott became the first woman to make a public solo airplane flight in the United States. 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Taco Tuesday! ASC Café is now serving fish, chicken, ground beef and vegan tacos!

Reminder - Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. If you get to school early we look forward to you joining us for breakfast. We are currently offering a new croissant breakfast sandwich with turkey ham, cheese, and egg.

 

TODAY:

Want to know more about LGBT history? Come to LGBT Club today at lunch in Mr. William’s room, P-14. 

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey vs Bella Vista, 3:30JV                                         dismiss: 2:15JV

Field Hockey vs Bella Vista, 4:45V – Senior Night

Boys’ Water Polo vs Jesuit @ Arroyo Pool, 4:00JV

Boys’ Water Polo vs Jesuit @ UCD Schaal Pool – Senior Night, 7:00V

Girls Water Polo (FS) vs St. Francis @ Arroyo Pool, 5:00

Girls Varsity Water Polo vs St. Francis @ UCD Schaal Pool – Senior Night, 8:00pm

 

There will be a Boy's Golf informational meeting for new and returning players and their parents on 10/30 at 7:00 in the All Student Center at the high school. If you are unable to attend, contact coach Ronning at kronning1317@gmail.com.

Come support our Football, Cheer and Dance Team Seniors during the last football game of the season on Friday, October 26th. Also, don’t forget to wear black for “black out” night.     

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions Thursday, October 25, 2018 is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the November edition of the 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:

FUN FACT! Walmart has lower acceptance rate than Harvard. However if you’re looking to get into Harvard, join quiz bowl because we have a 100% acceptance rate. Come to Quiz Bowl Wednesday s at lunch in P-14, Mr. William’s room.

 

Haunted House - Saturday October 27th. Calling all thrill seekers! Come to the student-run haunted house, Cirque Du Scare, at 2620 Corona Drive in Davis from 7pm-midnight. Tickets are $5 at the door and benefit the DHS Jazz Choir.  Get ready to be scared – are you brave enough to enter the Cirque Du Scare haunted house?

 

Did you know that the hummingbird is the only bird that can fly backwards? Come to Environmental Club to see how you can help improve DHS Gardens to attract more hummingbirds. We can meet every Thursday during lunch in room

S-10. Everyone is welcome!

 

Attention all clubs! It’s time for yearbook photos! Club advisors, check your email for a link to a sign-up before November 16th to schedule a time for your club to get its picture taken. Questions or concerns? Contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

CAREERS:

Are you interested in pursuing a career in a health field, such as nursing or physical therapy?  If so, come to the Career Center on Thursday, October 25 at lunch to learn about the many health-related programs offered at Sacramento City College.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/22/18




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                         Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 22, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1746 - The College of New Jersey was officially chartered. It later became known as Princeton University.

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Monday from the ASC Café. Today’s lunch specials are General Tso’s Chicken, veggies, and Fish Sandwich.

 

TODAY:

Colleges visiting the Career Center today are Lewis & Clark, UC Irvine and Pomona. Tuesday is Reed College and Thursday is Sacramento City College’s health-related career programs. Come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

Want to help improve the DHS gardens? Come to the Environmental Club’s Garden Day today from 2:30 to 4:30 or whenever you can! Meet in room S-10 after school. Everyone is welcome! Environmental Club meets every Thursday at lunch in S-10.

 

Come to L-21 today @ lunch Chinese Culture Club will be playing Ma Hjong. Come with your friends.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Delta Valley Singles                           all-day – select roster

Golf Varsity Girls @ Golf League Divisionals                       all-day

 

Come support our Football, Cheer and Dance Team Seniors during the last football game of the season on Friday, October 26th. Also, don’t forget to wear black for “black out” night.     

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

CLUBS:

Haunted House - Saturday October 27th. Calling all thrill seekers! Come to the student-run haunted house, Cirque Du Scare, at 2620 Corona Drive in Davis from 7pm-midnight. Tickets are $5 at the door and benefit the DHS Jazz Choir.  Get ready to be scared – are you brave enough to enter the Cirque Du Scare haunted house?

 

Did you know that the hummingbird is the only bird that can fly backwards? Come to Environmental Club to see how you can help improve DHS Gardens to attract more hummingbirds. We can meet every Thursday during lunch in room

S-10. Everyone is welcome!

 

CAREERS:

Are you interested in pursuing a career in a health field, such as nursing or physical therapy?  If so, come to the Career Center on Thursday, October 25 at lunch to learn about the many health-related programs offered at Sacramento City College.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/07 - PTA Meeting: Students, Staff and Parents welcome, 7:00pm DHS Library West Conference Room

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

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Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 19, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1983 - The U.S. Senate approved a bill establishing a national holiday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Burrito Day! The ASC Café is now offering burrito bowls in addition to our burritos. We are now serving chicken, beef and nacho cheese, bean and cheese, and veggie (vegan) burritos!

 

TODAY:

“Students, we will follow a modified bell schedule on TODAY for Homecoming. Please check our school’s website for the schedule.”

HOMECOMING

10/19/2018

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:48

2

8:54

9:27

3

9:33

10:06

Break

10:06

10:11

4

10:16

10:51

5

10:57

11:30

6

11:36

12:09

7

12:15

12:48

Lunch served immediately after 7th period

 

Davis High Homecoming Football is TODAY vs Franklin! Game times 5:00 JV and 7:15 Varsity. Skip the ticket lines and purchase your ticket online at https://gofan.co/app/events/38116  Show your purchased ticket on your phone when you get to the game and come join the fun!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Water Polo @ Delong Invitational (VAR)                    all-day

Boys’ Water Polo @ Las Lomas Invite (JV)                          all-day

Girls Water Polo @ Nor-Cal Invitational                             all-day

Girls Water Polo @ Rio Invitational (FS)                            all-day

Cross Country (V) @ Mt. SAC Invitational                         all-day

Football vs Franklin, 5:00JV-7:15V                                   dismiss: 12:00JV/V

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Students, beginning on Monday, October 22, all “sprint bells” will ring two minutes before each class begins. When you hear the bells, make your way to class.

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

CLUBS:

Haunted House - Saturday October 27th. Calling all thrill seekers! Come to the student-run haunted house, Cirque Du Scare, at 2620 Corona Drive in Davis from 7pm-midnight. Tickets are $5 at the door and benefit the DHS Jazz Choir.  Get ready to be scared – are you brave enough to enter the Cirque Du Scare haunted house?

 

CAREERS:

High school tutors are needed for Pioneer Elementary school’s 4th-6th grade after school homework club on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

CABIN LEADERS are needed for North Davis Elementary’s Walker Creek trip the week of January 7-11. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Montgomery Elementary School still needs MALE cabin leaders for their trip to Walker Creek November 26-30.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 18, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1898 - The American flag was raised in Puerto Rico only one year after the Caribbean nation won its independence from Spain.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s lunch special in the ASC Café is Nachos and Grilled Veggie Sandwich. Did you know that on Thursdays we offer five different vegetarian entrees, one of which is vegan? Come join us and check it out!

 

TODAY:

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting in room L-20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information

 

Purchase your Homecoming Dance Tickets now at the Finance office window. Ticket sales will be during lunch and at the beginning of 7th period. Hurry! Today is the last day to purchase tickets $5 for ASB and $8 without. NO TICKET SALES ON FRIDAY!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Volleyball @ Elk Grove, 4F/5JV/6V                               dismiss: 3:00JV

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Pleasant Grove, 3:45                         dismiss: 2:00

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Students, beginning on Monday, October 22, all “sprint bells” will ring two minutes before each class begins. When you hear the bells, make your way to class.

 

“Students, we will follow a modified bell schedule on Friday for Homecoming. Please check our school’s website for the schedule.”

HOMECOMING

10/19/2018

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:48

2

8:54

9:27

3

9:33

10:06

Break

10:06

10:11

4

10:16

10:51

5

10:57

11:30

6

11:36

12:09

7

12:15

12:48

Lunch served immediately after 7th period

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

CLUBS:

Haunted House - Saturday October 27th. Calling all thrill seekers! Come to the student-run haunted house, Cirque Du Scare, at 2620 Corona Drive in Davis from 7pm-midnight. Tickets are $5 at the door and benefit the DHS Jazz Choir.  Get ready to be scared – are you brave enough to enter the Cirque Du Scare haunted house?

 

CAREERS:

High school tutors are needed for Pioneer Elementary school’s 4th-6th grade after school homework club on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

CABIN LEADERS are needed for North Davis Elementary’s Walker Creek trip the week of January 7-11. Come to the Career Center for an application.

Montgomery Elementary School still needs MALE cabin leaders for their trip to Walker Creek November 26-30.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 17, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1739 - Thomas Coram was granted a Royal Charter from George II so a "hospital for the maintenance and education of exposed and deserted young children" in London, England.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch special in the ASC Cafe is Teriyaki Beef over Yakisoba noodles and Pulled Pork Sandwiches with coleslaw. We also offer a vegan version of  one of our daily specials every day!

 

TODAY:

Come to Zoology Club at lunch in room O-1A to learn about club events.

 

I bet you didn’t know The Mitochondria is the Powerhouse of the cell. To learn more insane knowledge like this, come to Quiz Bowl in Mr. William’s room, P-14.

 

"Don't forget Inspire to Aspire information session is today in the All Student Center room 100 at 2:30! Hope to see you there!" 

 

ATHLETICS:

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Purchase your Homecoming dance tickets now through Thursday at the Finance office window. Ticket sales will be during lunch and at the beginning of 7th period. Prices are $3 for ASB card holders and $5 without. Hurry! Prices go up this Wednesday to $5 and $8. NO TICKET SALES ON FRIDAY!

 

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

Students, beginning on Monday, October 22, all “sprint bells” will ring two minutes before each class begins.  When you hear the bells, make your way to class.

 

“Students, we will follow a modified bell schedule on Friday for Homecoming. Please check our school’s website for the schedule.”

HOMECOMING

10/19/2018

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:48

2

8:54

9:27

3

9:33

10:06

Break

10:06

10:11

4

10:16

10:51

5

10:57

11:30

6

11:36

12:09

7

12:15

12:48

Lunch served immediately after 7th period

 

CAREERS:

High school tutors are needed for Pioneer Elementary school’s 4th-6th grade after school homework club on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

CABIN LEADERS are needed for North Davis Elementary’s Walker Creek trip the week of January 7-11. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Montgomery Elementary School still needs MALE cabin leaders for their trip to Walker Creek November 26-30.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 16, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1943 - Chicago's new subway system was officially opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Taco Tuesday! ASC Café is now serving fish, chicken, ground beef and vegan tacos!

Reminder - Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. If you get to school early, we look forward to you joining us for breakfast. We are currently offering a new croissant breakfast sandwich with turkey ham, cheese, and egg.

 

TODAY:

Come support the DHS Girls Volleyball teams TODAY at 4/5/6pm.  It’s Senior Night, so come!  Wear blue, be loud, and cheer on the teams, and your favorite SENIORS! 

 

Staying Ahead of the Trends -- What Every Junior High and High School Family Needs to Know About Substance Use In Teenagers. The Davis High School Counseling Department invites you to join us at 7:00pm in the Brunelle Theatre at Davis Senior High for a parent education night with Amy Rose, Program Director of Recovery Happens Counseling Services.  We hope to see you all there.

 

Want to know more about LGBT History? Come to the LGBT History Club in Mr. Williams room, P-14. We will be discussing historical figures and their significance.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Water Polo @ De la Salle, 5:30V-6:30JV                                     dismiss: 2:45V

Girls Water Polo vs Sonora, 4:00FS-5:00V                                          

Girls Volleyball vs Sheldon *Senior Night* -4F/5JV/6V                        dismiss: 2:30JV

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Cosumnes Oaks, 3:45                                       dismiss: 2:45

 

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Purchase your Homecoming dance tickets now through Thursday at the Finance office window. Ticket sales will be during lunch and at the beginning of 7th period. Prices are $3 for ASB card holders and $5 without. Hurry! Prices go up this Wednesday to $5 and $8.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS!!! Prestige will be on campus November 2nd for Senior Portraits Retake in the Library West Conference room from 8:30am-3:30pm. Please if you do not receive an appointment slip during 3rd period prior to this date, make sure you contact Prestige to make your appointment any questions please come to the office and see Ms. Cabrera VP Secretary for further information. Don’t miss this opportunity to be in the yearbook and make this a lifetime memory.

 

CLUBS:

Come to Zoology Club this Wednesday at lunch in room O-1A to learn about club events.

 

I bet you didn’t know The Mitochondria is the Powerhouse of the cell. To learn more insane knowledge like this, come to Quiz Bowl in Mr. William’s room, P-14, Wednesday at lunch.

 

CAREERS:

High school tutors are needed for Pioneer Elementary school’s 4th-6th grade after school homework club on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

CABIN LEADERS are needed for North Davis Elementary’s Walker Creek trip the week of January 7-11. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Montgomery Elementary School still needs MALE cabin leaders for their trip to Walker Creek November 26-30.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

11/02 – Friendship Day

11/02 – Theater Dept., Musical Performance

11/03 – SAT, 7:30am-1:00pm

11/09- Quarter 2 Progress Period Ends

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 15, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1984 - The Freedom of Information Act was passed.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Monday from the ASC Café. Today’s lunch specials are General Tso’s Chicken and veggies and Fish Sandwich.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Golf @ Center, 11am                                                    dismiss: 9:00am

Field Hockey @ Pleasant Valley, 4:30JV/5:45V                  dismiss: 1:45JV- 2:10V

 

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

Come support the DHS Girls Volleyball teams, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 4/5/6pm.  It’s Senior Night, so come!  Wear blue, be loud, and cheer on the teams, and your favorite SENIORS! 

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Staying Ahead of the Trends -- What Every Junior High and High School Family Needs to Know About Substance Use In Teenagers. The Davis High School Counseling Department invites you to join us on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:00pm in the Brunelle Theatre at Davis Senior High for a parent education night with Amy Rose, Program Director of Recovery Happens Counseling Services.  We hope to see you all there.

 

Purchase your Homecoming dance tickets now through Thursday at the Finance office window. Ticket sales will be during lunch and at the beginning of 7th period. Prices are $3 for ASB card holders and $5 without. Hurry! Prices go up this Wednesday to $5 and $8.

 

CLUBS:

Want to know more about LGBT History? Come to the LGBT History Club Tuesday at lunch in Mr. Williams room, P-14. We will be discussing historical figures and their significance.

 

Come to Zoology Club this Wednesday at lunch in room O-1A to learn about club events.

 

CAREERS:

High school tutors are needed for Pioneer Elementary school’s 4th-6th grade after school homework club on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

CABIN LEADERS are needed for North Davis Elementary’s Walker Creek trip the week of January 7-11. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 12, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1492 - Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer, sighted Watling Island in the Bahamas. He believed that he had found Asia while attempting to find a Western ocean route to India. The same day he claimed the land for Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Burrito Day! The ASC Café is now offering burrito bowls in addition to our burritos. We are now serving chicken, beef and nacho cheese, bean and cheese, and veggie (vegan) burritos!

 

TODAY:

Interested in Math? Come to Women in Stem Club in S-05 at lunch for a steminar by the president of American Women in Mathematics at UC Davis! Don’t miss out!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA Movie night from 6-8pm. We will be watching The Damish Girl, so come pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Istas room, L-29. We will also be having a regular meeting today.

 

Hey CSF! Our second general meeting is in P-13. Come learn about some of our new projects and fulfill your two meetings for semester requirement. Hope to see you there!

 

Do you love the Environment? If so, come to Ms. Sandbergs room S-10 today for Environmental Club!

 

The Financial Literacy class is today at lunch in the Career Center!  Come to the Career Center at lunch today to learn how to manage your money and create financial goals.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Water Polo @ NorCal Frosh-Soph Championships (JV)                         all-day

                      

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

Come support the DHS Girls Volleyball teams, Tuesday, Oct. 16, 4/5/6pm.  It’s Senior Night, so come!  Wear blue, be loud, and cheer on the teams, and your favorite SENIORS! 

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Get your tickets now for “So You Think You Can Dance.” This Saturday for $5 dollars in Advance, $10 at the door. Fantastic Dancers include: Jimin Moon, Angela Vasquez, Kade Gehringer, Molly Dunning, Tim Kayden, Merial Gaskill, Miya Johnston, Riko Fujishima, Andromache Noti, Meme Queens, and Cedric + Amanda.

 

Hey Seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Staying Ahead of the Trends -- What Every Junior High and High School Family Needs to Know About Substance Use In Teenagers. The Davis High School Counseling Department invites you to join us on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:00pm in the Brunelle Theatre at Davis Senior High for a parent education night with Amy Rose, Program Director of Recovery Happens Counseling Services.  We hope to see you all there.

 

The PSAT test is this Saturday, 10/13/18. Arrive to room N-04 at 7:45 a.m. for your room assignment. The test begins at 8am. No late entry! MUST BRING PHOTO ID and calculator.

 

CLUBS:

Today is the last day to sign up to donate blood at the blood drive on October 15th! Sign-ups will be held today in the quad during lunch. To be eligible to donate you must be at least 16 years old, and weigh at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three lives, so your contribution matters!

 

CAREERS:

High school tutors are needed for Pioneer Elementary school’s 4th-6th grade after school homework club on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 11, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1811 - The Juliana, the first steam-powered ferryboat, was put into operation by the inventor John Stevens. The ferry went between New York City, NY, and Hoboken, NJ.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s lunch special in the ASC Café is Nachos and Grilled Veggie Sandwich. Did you know that on Thursdays we offer five different vegetarian entrees, one of which is vegan? Come join us and check it out!

 

TODAY:

Hey, Hey, Hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips TODAY. If you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to friendship day tomorrow.

 

Don’t forget ELAC meeting today from 5:30-6:30 in the Library West Conference room. See you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Volleyball vs Pleasant Grove, 4F/5JV/6V                           dismiss: 2:30JV

Girls Varsity Tennis @ St. Francis, 3:45                                     dismiss: 1:45

                       

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Get your tickets now for “So You Think You Can Dance.” This Saturday for $5 dollars in Advance, $10 at the door. Fantastic Dancers include: Jimin Moon, Angela Vasquez, Kade Gehringer, Molly Dunning, Tim Kayden, Merial Gaskill, Miya Johnston, Riko Fujishima, Andromache Noti, Meme Queens, and Cedric + Amanda.

 

The PSAT test is this Saturday, 10/13/18. Arrive to room N-04 at 7:45 a.m. for your room assignment. The test begins at 8am. No late entry! MUST BRING PHOTO ID and calculator.

Staying Ahead of the Trends -- What Every Junior High and High School Family Needs to Know About Substance Use In Teenagers. The Davis High School Counseling Department invites you to join us on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:00pm in the Brunelle Theatre at Davis Senior High for a parent education night with Amy Rose, Program Director of Recovery Happens Counseling Services.  We hope to see you all there.

 

CLUBS:

DHS! This is the last week to sign up to donate blood at the blood drive on October 15th! Sign-ups will be held today in the quad during lunch and will continue into next week. To be eligible to donate, you must be at least 16 years old, and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three lives, so your contribution matters!

 

Interested in Math? Come to Women in Stem Club in S-05 on Friday at lunch for a steminar by the president of American Women in Mathematics at UC Davis! Don’t miss out!

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA Movie night this Friday from 6-8pm. We will be watching The Damish Girl, so come pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Istas room, L-29. We will also be having a regular meeting on Friday.

 

Hey CSF! Our second general meeting is this Friday in P-13 at lunch. Come learn about some of our new projects and fulfill your two meetings for semester requirement. Hope to see you there!

 

Do you love the Environment? If so, come to Ms. Sandbergs room S-10 at lunch this Friday for Environmental Club!

 

CAREERS:

Financial Literacy classes are back! On Friday, October 12 at lunch in the Career Center, the Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the first free Financial Literacy class of the year. Pizza will be provided. This month’s topic is Money Management Part 1: Financial Goals and Values. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Published: 10/10/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 10, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1845 - The United States Naval Academy opened in Annapolis, MD.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch special in the ASC Cafe is Teriyaki Beef over Yakisoba noodles and Pulled Pork Sandwiches with coleslaw. We also offer a vegan version of one of our daily specials every day!

 

TODAY:

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email Head Coach Bob Brewer at rebrewer@ucdavis.edu

 

Attention Juniors! Interested in helping to build your class float riding on it in the Homecoming Parade? Then come to an informational meeting at lunch in ASC-100.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting in room S-12 during lunch. We will share new service projects. Hope to see you there!

 

FUN FACT: The fear of long words is called hippopotomonstrosismadaliophobia. To learn more long words, come to Quiz bowl in Mr. William’s room P-14.

 

Hey DHS! If you want to learn American Sign Language, come to ALS Club in room O-4 today. We will be playing games to practice and improve.

 

Environmental Club meets every Thursday at lunch in Ms. Sandberg’s room, S-10. Come to hear about volunteering opportunities to improve the campus gardens and other Davis Landscapes. We have a Garden Day today from 2:30 to 4:00. Come join us!

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ River Valley, 4:00JV & 7:00V                         dismiss: 2:00V

Girls Golf @ Pleasant Grove, 3:00                                           dismiss: 1:00

 

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Get your tickets now for “So You Think You Can Dance”. This Saturday for $5 dollars in Advance, $10 at the door. Fantastic Dancers include: Jimin Moon, Angela Vasquez, Kade Gehringer, Molly Dunning, Tim Kayden, Merial Gaskill, Miya Johnston, Riko Fujishima, Andromache Noti, Meme Queens, and Cedric + Amanda.

 

The PSAT test is this Saturday, 10/13/18. Arrive to room N-04 at 7:45 a.m. for your room assignment. The test begins at 8am. No late entry! MUST BRING PHOTO ID and calculator.

 

Hey seniors! The time has come to submit your senior quotes. Check your school email today for more information. You don’t want to be left out of the yearbook.

 

Staying Ahead of the Trends -- What Every Junior High and High School Family Needs to Know About Substance Use In Teenagers. The Davis High School Counseling Department invites you to join us on Tuesday, October 16 at 7:00pm in the Brunelle Theatre at Davis Senior High for a parent education night with Amy Rose, Program Director of Recovery Happens Counseling Services.  We hope to see you all there.

 

CLUBS:

DHS! This is the last week to sign up to donate blood at the blood drive on October 15th! Sign-ups will be held today in the quad during lunch and will continue into next week. To be eligible to donate, you must be at least 16 years old, and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three lives, so your contribution matters!

 

Hey, Hey, Hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips by Thursday the 11th. If you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to friendship day on Friday the 12th.

 

Interested in Math? Come to Women in Stem Club in S-05 on Friday at lunch for a steminar by the president of American Women in Mathematics at UC Davis! Don’t miss out!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA Movie night this Friday from 6-8pm. We will be watching The Damish Girl, so come pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Istas room, L-29. We will also be having a regular meeting on Friday.

 

Hey CSF! Our second general meeting is this Friday in P-13 at lunch. Come learn about some of our new projects and fulfill your two meetings for semester requirement. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

Financial Literacy classes are back! On Friday, October 12 at lunch in the Career Center, the Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the first free Financial Literacy class of the year. Pizza will be provided. This month’s topic is Money Management Part 1: Financial Goals and Values.  Come to the Career Center this week to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule) 

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Published: 10/9/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 9, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1776 - A group of Spanish missionaries settled in what is now San Francisco, CA.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Taco Tuesday! ASC Café is now serving fish, chicken, ground beef and vegan tacos!

Reminder - Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. If you get to school early we look forward to you joining us for breakfast. We are currently offering a new croissant breakfast sandwich with turkey ham, cheese, and egg.

 

TODAY:

Come to Spanish Club in Sr. Candelario’s room O-6. We will have fun games and fun times and discuss Day of the Dead activities. Hope to see you sophomores, juniors and seniors there!

 

Would you like to learn more about the United States Navy?  If so, a Navy representative will be on the quad at lunch.

Want to learn more about LGBT history? Come to the LGBT History Club today at lunch in Mr. Williams room, P-14. Bring a friend and we hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Water Polo @ Rio Americano, 4FS/5V                             dismiss: 2:00JV

Boys’ Water Polo @ Rio Americano, 5JV/6V                            dismiss: 2:30JV

Girls Golf @ Rancho Murieta, 12:00                                        dismiss: 10:00

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Sheldon, 3:45                                       dismiss: 2:45

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email Head Coach Bob Brewer at rebrewer@ucdavis.edu

 

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT test is this Saturday, 10/13/18. Arrive to room N-04 at 7:45 a.m. for your room assignment. The test begins at 8am. No late entry! MUST BRING PHOTO ID and calculator.

 

CLUBS:

Attention Juniors! Interested in helping to build your class float riding on it in the Homecoming Parade? Then come to an informational meeting at lunch in ASC100 on Wednesday, October 10th.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting this Wednesday, 10/9, in room S-12 during lunch. We will share new service projects. Hope to see you there!

 

Hey DHS! This is the last week to sign up to donate blood at the blood drive on October 15th! Sign-ups will be held today in the quad during lunch and will continue into next week. To be eligible to donate, you must be at least 16 years old, and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three lives, so your contribution matters!

 

FUN FACT: The fear of long words is called hippopotomonstrosismadaliophobia. To learn more long words, come to Quiz bowl in Mr. William’s room, Wednesdays at lunch in P-14.

 

Hey, Hey, Hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips by Thursday the 10th. If you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to friendship day on Friday the 12th.

 

CAREERS:

Financial Literacy classes are back! On Friday, October 12 at lunch in the Career Center, the Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the first free Financial Literacy class of the year. Pizza will be provided. This month’s topic is Money Management Part 1: Financial Goals and Values.  Come to the Career Center this week to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule) 

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/8/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 8, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1945 - U.S. President Truman announced that only Britain and Canada would be given the secret to the atomic bomb.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Monday from the ASC Café. Today’s lunch specials are General Tso’s Chicken and veggies and Fish Sandwich.

 

TODAY:

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

 

If you would like to learn about the Air Force ROTC, come to the quad at lunch today to meet with an Air Force ROTC representative.

Do you want to know how to play “Chinese mahjong? Come to the Chinese Culture Club today at lunch in L-21, everyone will have the opportunity to play it.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Tennis @ Oak Ridge, 2:30JV                           dismiss: 1:30

Field Hockey vs Corning, 2:15JV/4:45V                  dismiss: 2:15JV- 3:15V

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention Juniors! Interested in helping to build your class float riding on it in the Homecoming Parade? Then come to an informational meeting at lunch in ASC100 on Wednesday, October 10th.

 

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! This is the last week to sign up to donate blood at the blood drive on October 15th! Sign-ups will be held today in the quad during lunch and will continue into next week. To be eligible to donate, you must be at least 16 years old, and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to 3 lives, so your contribution matters!

 

Come to Spanish Club Tuesday, October 9th in Sr. Candelario’s room O-6. We will have fun games and fun times and discuss Day of the Dead activities. Hope to see you sophomores, juniors and seniors there!

 

CAREERS:

Would you like to learn more about the United States Navy?  If so, a Navy representative will be on the quad Tuesday, October 9 at lunch.

 

Financial Literacy classes are back! On Friday, October 12 at lunch in the Career Center, the Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the first free Financial Literacy class of the year.   Pizza will be provided.  This month’s topic is Money Management Part 1: Financial Goals and Values.  Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule) 

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 5, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1921 - The World Series was broadcast on the radio for the first time. The game was between the New York Giants and the New York Yankees. 

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Burrito Day! The ASC Café is now offering burrito bowls in addition to our burritos. We are now serving chicken, beef and nacho cheese, bean and cheese, and veggie (vegan) burritos!

 

TODAY:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library. We will be voting on what to watch on Movie Night, so make sure to drop by!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Water Polo @ S & R sport Cup (VAR)                          all-day

Girls Water Polo @ Crusher Classic (FS)                              all-day

Girls Water Polo @ Grizzly Invitational (V)                          all-day

Field Hockey vs Chico, 5:00JV/6:45V                                   dismiss: 3:15JV

Football @ Pleasant Grove, 5:00JV/7:15V                          dismiss: 2:00JV-2:45V

 

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting on Monday, October 8 @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! Sign-ups to donate blood at the blood drive on 10/15 will be held in the quad during lunch and will continue into next week. To be eligible to donate you must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three people, so your contribution matters!

 

Hey NHS! We’re having another meeting on Monday, October 8th. Make sure to come to get more volunteer opportunities!

 

CAREERS:

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Willamette, Claremont McKenna, Sacramento City College, USC, Arizona State and more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule) 

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/4/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 4, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1957 - The Soviet Union launched Sputnik I into orbit around the Earth. Sputnik was the first manmade satellite to enter space. Sputnik I fell out of orbit on January 4, 1958.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s lunch special in the ASC Café is Nachos and Grilled Veggie Sandwich. Did you know that on Thursdays we offer five different vegetarian entrees, one of which is vegan? Come join us and check it out!

 

TODAY:

Learn about Filipino Culture at lunch in N-07. Please come and join us!

 

The Yolo County library needs volunteers to help move boxes at the library on today from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, in preparation for their book sale.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Davis Senior High School Counselors will be hosting our annual CSU Night for seniors and their parents at 7pm at the Brunelle Theater. Please join us as the CSU Representative explains the application process and answers questions regarding applying to CSU’s.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Elk Grove, 3:45                                 dismiss: 2:00

Girls Volleyball @ Consumnes Oaks, 4F/5JV/6V                 dismiss: 2:15FS/3:00JV

 

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting on Monday, October 8 @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Attention Blue Devil Shredders! The DHS Snowboard team is having an information meeting on October 18 in room L20 at 7PM. Come learn about this varsity sport. The season lasts from December to February and you will have a chance to race the slalom and giant slalom at Lake Tahoe resorts. See Coach Bill Williams or email at bwilliams@djusd.net for more information.

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! Sign-ups to donate blood at the blood drive on 10/15 starts today and will continue into next week. To be eligible to donate you must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three people, so your contribution matters!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library. We will be voting on what to watch on Movie Night, so make sure to drop by!

 

CAREERS:

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Willamette, Claremont McKenna, Sacramento City College, USC, Arizona State and more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule) 

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/3/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 3, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1942 - The Office of Economic Stabilization was established by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. He also authorized controls on rents, wages, salaries and farm prices.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch special in the ASC Cafe is Teriyaki Beef over Yakisoba noodles and Pulled Pork Sandwiches with coleslaw. We also offer a vegan version of  one of our daily specials every day!

 

TODAY:

Do you suffer from anxiety? Does your child? Partner? Learn how to cope & find hope. ANGST film screening on Today at 6:30pm in the Brunelle Theatre at Davis Senior High School. By watching this film together as a community, we can raise awareness and start the conversation around anxiety, sitting side-by-side. The film is 56 minutes and then we will have a Q&A with our panel of experts. https://angstmovie.com/about/

Homecoming Applications are due today in the Student Government room ASC-100!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Golf @ Elk Grove, 3:00                                              dismiss: 1:30

Field Hockey @ Yuba City, 3:30JV/4:45V                         

 

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting on Monday, October 8 @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

CLUBS:

Learn about Filipino Culture this Thursday at lunch in N-07. Please come and join us!

 

Hey DHS! Sign-ups to donate blood at the blood drive on 10/15 starts today and will continue into next week. To be eligible to donate you must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three people, so your contribution matters!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library. We will be voting on what to watch on Movie Night, so make sure to drop by!

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 26-30. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Willamette, Claremont McKenna, Sacramento City College, USC, Arizona State and more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE?  If so, a Sacramento City College representative will be in the Career Center on Wednesday, October 3 at 9:00 am to talk about what it’s like to attend Sac City, how to apply, the different majors offered, transfer options and more!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Davis Senior High School Counselors will be hosting our annual CSU Night for seniors and their parents on Thursday, October 4 at 7pm at the Brunelle Theater. Please join us as the CSU Representative explains the application process and answers questions regarding applying to CSU’s.

 

The Yolo County library needs volunteers to help move boxes at the library on Thursday from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, in preparation for their book sale.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/04 - CSU College Workshop, 7pm, IPAB

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)                                                  

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Published: 10/2/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 2, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1870 - Rome was made the capital of Italy.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Taco Tuesday! ASC Café is now serving fish, chicken, ground beef and vegan tacos!

Reminder - Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. If you get to school early we look forward to you joining us for breakfast. We are currently offering a new croissant breakfast sandwich with turkey ham, cheese, and egg.

 

TODAY:

Come cheer on DHS Volleyball at their Breast Cancer Awareness, Dig Pink night, as they take on Franklin at 6pm.  Wear your best Pink outfit, and show your support for the cause! 

Come to Girl Up’s first meeting today in L-29 to learn more about opportunities to help people around the world!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Water Polo @ St. Mary’s, 4:00FS/6:00V                  dismiss: 1:30JV

Boys’ Water Polo @ St. Mary’s, 5:00JV/7:00V                 dismiss: 2:45JV

Girls Volleyball vs Franklin, 4:00F/5:00JV/6:00V          

 

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting on Monday, October 8 @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

Do you suffer from anxiety? Does your child? Partner? Learn how to cope & find hope. ANGST film screening on Wednesday, October 3rd at 6:30pm in the Brunelle Theatre at Davis Senior High School. By watching this film together as a community, we can raise awareness and start the conversation around anxiety, sitting side-by-side. The film is 56 minutes and then we will have a Q&A with our panel of experts. https://angstmovie.com/about/

 

CLUBS:

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

Learn about Filipino Culture this Thursday at lunch in N-07. Please come and join us!

 

Hey DHS! Sign-ups to donate blood at the blood drive on 10/15 starts today and will continue into next week. If you donate blood, you could be one of the 15 people to win a free ticket to the homecoming dance. To be eligible to donate you must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three people, so your contribution matters!

 

Interested in learning more about the medical field? Come to the Pre-Med Club in S-8 today to learn more about our club and what we do! We’ll provide snacks so bring your friends.

 

Want to know more about LGBT history? Come to the LGBT History Club first meeting today at lunch in Mr. Williams room, P-14. Bring a friend and hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 26-30. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Willamette, Claremont McKenna, Sacramento City College, USC, Arizona State and more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE?  If so, a Sacramento City College representative will be in the Career Center on Wednesday, October 3 at 9:00 am to talk about what it’s like to attend Sac City, how to apply, the different majors offered, transfer options and more!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Davis Senior High School Counselors will be hosting our annual CSU Night for seniors and their parents on Thursday, October 4 at 7pm at the Brunelle Theater. Please join us as the CSU Representative explains the application process and answers questions regarding applying to CSU’s.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/04 - CSU College Workshop, 7pm, IPAB

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)                                                  

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Published: 10/1/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     October 1, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1885 - Special delivery mail service began in the United States. The first routes were in West Virginia.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Monday from the ASC Café. Today’s lunch specials are General Tso’s Chicken and veggies and Fish Sandwich.

 

TODAY:

Hey animal lovers, the Yolo SPCA Club will be holding its official meeting in S-8. Please come to learn how you can support the animals of Davis.

 

Davis High School Writing & Literature Club will hold meetings every Monday during lunch in N-2 join us today.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls JV Tennis @ River City, 4:00                                 dismiss: 2:45

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Rocklin, 3:15                              dismiss: 2:30

 

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting on Monday, October 8 @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Come cheer on DHS Volleyball at their Breast Cancer Awareness, Dig Pink night, as they take on Franklin, this Tuesday October 2nd, at 6pm.  Wear your best Pink outfit, and show your support for the cause! 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

Do you suffer from anxiety? Does your child? Partner? Learn how to cope & find hope. ANGST film screening on Wednesday, October 3rd at 6:30pm in the Brunelle Theatre at Davis Senior High School. By watching this film together as a community, we can raise awareness and start the conversation around anxiety, sitting side-by-side. The film is 56 minutes and then we will have a Q&A with our panel of experts. https://angstmovie.com/about/

 

CLUBS:

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

Learn about Filipino Culture this Thursday at lunch in N-07. Please come and join us!

 

Hey DHS! Sign-ups to donate blood at the blood drive on 10/15 starts today and will continue into next week. If you donate blood, you could be one of the 15 people to win a free ticket to the homecoming dance. To be eligible to donate you must be at least 16 years old and weight at least 110 pounds. One pint of blood can save up to three people, so your contribution matters!

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 26-30. Come to the Career Center for an application.

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Willamette, Claremont McKenna, Sacramento City College, USC, Arizona State and more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

WOULD YOU LIKE TO LEARN ABOUT SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE?  If so, a Sacramento City College representative will be in the Career Center on Wednesday, October 3 at 9:00 am to talk about what it’s like to attend Sac City, how to apply, the different majors offered, transfer options and more!  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/04 - CSU College Workshop, 7pm, IPAB

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)                                                  

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 9/28/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 28, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1997 - The 103rd convention of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) was held in New York City, NY. The official debut of the DVD format was featured.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Burrito Day! The ASC Café is now offering burrito bowls in addition to our burritos. We are now serving chicken, beef and nacho cheese, bean and cheese, and veggie (vegan) burritos!

TODAY:

Come support your Blue Devil Football teams as they take on Sheldon today – JV at 5:00; Varsity at 7:15. It is also Pink Out Night, supporting breast cancer awareness month. Pink Out shirts are $5 and will be available for purchase at the Football Backers booth at both games.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Do you want to choose our president in the 2020 election or even vote in the upcoming November elections? If so, come down to N-2 to register to vote. All you need is to be 16 or older, and know the last four digits of your social security number.

 

If you are interested in getting a free t-shirt, then come join Art for Cure’s first meeting in L-27. We will have t-shirts for you to design yourselves and will also go over what our club is about.

 

Key Club registration will be held outside of S-12 during lunch. Bring last semesters hour sheet if you were a member in the spring and $13 dollars.

 

Hey CSF! Our first meeting is today in P-13 at lunch. Come learn about our newest projects and how CSF works. Hope to see you there!

 

DHS Anime Club is finally here! Come join us at S-6 in the Japanese room to watch anime and win prizes. Meetings are every Friday at lunch. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Water Polo @ Del Oro Invitational (FS)                                      all-day

Boys’ Water Polo @ Drake, 4:00JV/5:00V                                           dismiss: 1:00JV/1:30V

Football vs Sheldon, 5:00JV/7:15V                                                       dismiss: 3:15JV

 

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting on Monday, October 8 @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Come cheer on DHS Volleyball at their Breast Cancer Awareness, Dig Pink night, as they take on Franklin, this Tuesday October 2nd, at 6pm.  Wear your best Pink outfit, and show your support for the cause! 

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

CLUBS:

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

Hey animal lovers, the Yolo SPCA Club will be holding its official meeting is S-8 on Monday, October 1st. Please come to learn how you can support the animals of Davis.

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 26-30. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/04 - CSU College Workshop, 7pm, IPAB

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)                                                  

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10/16 – Parent Presentation (Amy Rose, Recovery Happens), 7pm, IPAB

10/19 – Homecoming Parade & Game Day

10/19 – Fall / Homecoming Dance

10/19 – Quarter 1 Ends

10/26 – Student of the Month Breakfast

10/26 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime –AC

10/30 – 10th Grade Hearing Screening Day

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 9/27/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 27, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1979 - The Department of Education became the 13th Cabinet in U.S. history after the final approval from Congress.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s lunch special in the ASC Café is Nachos and Grilled Veggie Sandwich. Did you know that on Thursdays we offer five different vegetarian entrees, one of which is vegan? Come join us and check it out!

TODAY:

The first club Cryptocurrency Club meeting is during lunch at A-7! Come learn about Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies, and the global impact they have!

 

To all who are interested, DHS Mu Alpha Theta meets in room T-6, and will be having an intro meeting. We do preparation for math competitions such as the AMC’s, and volunteer at Willet Elementary for tutoring.

 

Hey DHS! The Blood Drive is coming up on October 15th! If you would like to volunteer fir the blood drive and or donate blood, come to the Red Cross Club meeting today during lunch in Ms. Husmann’s room S-01 for more information!

 

The first environmental Club meeting is today at lunch in room S-10. All are welcome!

 

Shout out to the BLUE DEVIL SPIRIT AWARD RECIPIENTS this month; Jeremiah Jones, Shea Sorrentino, Rowan Keller, Liam Swenson and Dean Smith.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Franklin, 3:45                                      dismiss: 2:45

Girls Volleyball vs St. Francis, 4:00F/5:00JV/6:00V              dismiss: 2:30JV

 

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting on Monday, October 8 @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Attention all students: For football games there will be a student ASB card entrance starting at this Fridays home game. Please enter through Southeastern gate directly behind the ambulance. Students must present their ASB cards to enter. If you purchased an ASB card and have not yet received it, please bring a copy of your receipt as proof. As a reminder, no backpacks/string bags will be allowed in the stadium.

 

Come support your Blue Devil Football teams as they take on Sheldon this Friday, September 28th – JV at 5:00; Varsity at 7:15. It is also Pink Out Night, supporting breast cancer awareness month. Pink Out shirts are $5 and will be available for purchase at the Football Backers booth at both games.

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

CLUBS:

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Do you want to choose our president in the 2020 election or even vote in the upcoming November elections? If so, come down to N-2 on Friday, September 28th to register to vote. All you need is to be 16 or older, and know the last four digits of your social security number.

 

If you are interested in getting a free t-shirt, then come join Art for Cure’s first meeting this Friday, September 28th in L-27. We will have t-shirts for you to design yourselves and will also go over what our club is about.

 

Key Club registration will be held outside of S-12 during lunch through this Friday. Bring last semesters hour sheet if you were a member in the spring and $13 dollars.

 

“Sing to tune of row, row, row your boat” HUB, HUB, HUB is out coming out this Fri-Day pick it up, pick it up and will shout “Hooray!”

 

Hey CSF! Our first meeting is tomorrow (Friday) in P-13 at lunch. Come learn about our newest projects and how CSF works. Hope to see you there!

 

Attention All Sophomores! DHS Link Crew will be handling out FREE ice cream to celebrate the completion of your first official month of high school! Please join us this Friday at 4:45pm in front of the Football Stadium entrance. Please bring your student ID.

 

CAREERS:

CABIN LEADERS are needed for Montgomery Elementary’s Walker Creek trip from November 26-30. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)                                                  

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

 

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Published: 9/26/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 26, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1960 - The first televised debate between presidential candidates Richard M. Nixon and John F. Kennedy took place in Chicago, IL

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch special in the ASC Cafe is Teriyaki Beef over Yakisoba noodles and Pulled Pork Sandwiches with coleslaw. We also offer a vegan version of one of our daily specials every day!

TODAY:

Come join us at MSA to learn more about Islam and the Muslim Community. Our meeting is at lunch in P-10, Mr. Reily’s room.

 

Guten Morgen and Happy Oktoberfest! Celebrate with German Club at lunch in room P-13. We will eat German food and talk about this exciting holiday.

 

Interested in earning community service hours Join Key Club! We will be having a general meeting in room S-12 during lunch, all are welcome. We will also be extending registration through this Friday, 9/28 so bring last semesters hour sheet and $13 dollars.

 

ATHLETICS:

Cross Country @ Delta League Center #1, 9:00am                                  

Girls Golf Varsity @ Sheldon, 2:30                                                    dismiss: 12:30

Field Hockey vs Red Bluff, 3:00JV/4:15V                                          dismiss: 2:15JV/3:15V

Girls’ Junior Varsity Tennis @ McClatchy, 3:45                              dismiss: 2:45

 

Interested in Davis High Softball? Come to the info meeting on Monday, October 8 @ 6pm in the DSHS Library. Info about fall practices and the upcoming season will be shared. Fall preseason practices will be held Tues/Thurs 4:00 at the varsity softball field beginning October 9. You must be cleared with DSHS Athletics online registration in order to participate. Questions? Contact Varsity Coach Lyn Christopulos at lyndo@stewartsac.com

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Attention all students: For football games there will be a student ASB card entrance starting at this Fridays home game. Please enter through Southeastern gate directly behind the ambulance. Students must present their ASB cards to enter. If you purchased an ASB card and have not yet received it, please bring a copy of your receipt as proof. As a reminder, no backpacks/string bags will be allowed in the stadium.

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

The DHS Site Council is looking for dedicated students to join our committee. The site council consists of Principal McHale, staff, parents and students. The Site Council discusses ways to improve student achievement and supports new programs. Site Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00. If you would like to help shape the future of our school, please pick up an application from Mr. McHale in the office by Monday, October 1. Applications are due by noon on Tuesday, October 2.

 

CLUBS:

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

The first club Cryptocurrency Club meeting is this Thursday during lunch at A-7! Come learn about Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies, and the global impact they have!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mrs. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Hey DHS! The blood drive is coming up on October 15th! of you would like to volunteer for the blood drive and/ or donate blood, come to the Red Cross Club meeting this Thursday, September 27th during lunch in Ms. Husmann’s room S-01 for more information!

 

Do you want to choose our president in the 2020 election or even vote in the upcoming November elections? If so, come down to N-2 on Friday, September 28th to register to vote. All you need is to be 16 or older, and know the last four digits of your social security number.

 

If you are interested in getting a free t-shirt, then come join Art for Cure’s first meeting this Friday, September 28th in L-27. We will have t-shirts for you to design yourselves and will also go over what our club is about.

 

To all who are interested, DHS Mu Alpha  Theta meets on Thursdays in room T-6, and will be having an intro meeting this Thursday.  We do preparation for math competitions such as the AMC’s, and volunteer at Willet Elementary for tutoring.

 

CAREERS:

The District Attorney’s Tobacco Enforcement Program is in need of young volunteers ages 15-20 to act as decoys trying to purchase tobacco from various stores throughout Yolo County.  Students participating in the program will earn community service hours and learn about the day-to-day operations at the District Attorney’s Office. Volunteers are paired up with a DA Investigator and DA Enforcement Officer during these operations.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)                                                  

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 9/25/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 25, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1789 - The first U.S. Congress adopted 12 amendments to the Constitution. Ten of the amendments became the Bill of Rights.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Taco Tuesday! ASC Café is now serving fish, chicken, ground beef and vegan tacos!

Reminder - Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. If you get to school early we look forward to you joining us for breakfast. We are currently offering a new croissant breakfast sandwich with turkey ham, cheese, and egg.

 

TODAY:

Attention Blue Devils! Is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm inside the library . We will see you there!

 

Support the Arts at DHS by joining the Brunelle Theater Student Usher Program.  Earn volunteer hours, gain customer service skills, and see performances for free.  Just attend one training today at 3:45pm OR tomorrow Sept 26th at 2:45pm in the lobby of the theater, and you’ll be eligible to Usher some of the over 125 performances and events held in the Brunelle each year. Come see how you can be involved!  All are welcome!  No experience necessary!

 

Come to Team HBV’s first meeting in room S-05 during lunch to get volunteer hours meet new people, and learn about HBV. We will be also raffling out cute ninja plushies. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Pleasant Grove, 3:45                            dismiss: 2:45

Boys’ Water Polo @ Woodcreek 4:00JV, 6:30V                       dismiss: 1:30JV

Girls Water Polo @ Woodcreek, 7:00FS, 6:00V

Girls Volleyball vs Elk Grove, 4F/5JV/6V                                dismiss: 2:30JV

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Attention all students: For football games there will be a student ASB card entrance starting at this Fridays home game. Please enter through Southeastern gate directly behind the ambulance. Students must present their ASB cards to enter. If you purchased an ASB card and have not yet received it, please bring a copy of your receipt as proof. As a reminder, no backpacks/string bags will be allowed in the stadium.

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

The DHS Site Council is looking for dedicated students to join our committee. The site council consists of Principal McHale, staff, parents and students. The Site Council discusses ways to improve student achievement and supports new programs. Site Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00. If you would like to help shape the future of our school, please pick up an application from Mr. McHale in the office by Monday, October 1. Applications are due by noon on Tuesday, October 2.

 

CLUBS:

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

Interested in learning about and discussing Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies? Come to A-7 during, lunch next Thursday and meet with the Cryptocurrency Club!

 

Come join us at MSA to learn more about Islam and the Muslim Community. Our next meeting is held at lunch on Wednesday the 26th in P-10, Mr. Reily’s room.

 

Interested in earning community service hours Join Key Club! We will be having a general meeting this Wednesday in room S-12 during lunch, all are welcome. We will also be extending registration through this Friday, 9/28 so bring last semesters hour sheet and $13 dollars.

 

Hey DHS! The blood drive is coming up on October 15th! of you would like to volunteer for the blood drive and/ or donate blood, come to the Red Cross Club meeting this Thursday, September 27th during lunch in Ms. Husmann’s room S-01 for more information!

 

Guten Morgen and Happy Oktoberfest! Celebrate with German Club Wednesday at lunch in room P-13. We will eat German food and talk about this exciting holiday.

 

Do you want to choose our president in the 2020 election or even vote in the upcoming November elections? If so, come down to N-2 on Friday, September 28th to register to vote. All you need is to be 16 or older, and know the last four digits of your social security number.

 

CAREERS:

The District Attorney’s Tobacco Enforcement Program is in need of young volunteers ages 15-20 to act as decoys trying to purchase tobacco from various stores throughout Yolo County.  Students participating in the program will earn community service hours and learn about the day-to-day operations at the District Attorney’s Office. Volunteers are paired up with a DA Investigator and DA Enforcement Officer during these operations.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)                                                  

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 24, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1929 - The first all-instrument flight took place in New York when Lt. James H. Doolittle guided a Consolidated NY2 Biplane over Mitchell Field

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Monday from the ASC Café. Today’s lunch specials are General Tso’s Chicken and veggies and Fish Sandwich.

ATHLETICS:

Girls Golf vs Franklin @ Wildhorse, 3:00                       dismiss: 1:30

Field Hockey @ Lassen, 2:30JV-3:45V                          dismiss:  all-day

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Attention all students: For football games there will be a student ASB card entrance starting at this Fridays home game. Please enter through Southeastern gate directly behind the ambulance. Students must present their ASB cards to enter. If you purchased an ASB card and have not yet received it, please bring a copy of your receipt as proof. As a reminder, no backpacks/string bags will be allowed in the stadium.

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available until – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

Support the Arts at DHS by joining the Brunelle Theater Student Usher Program.  Earn volunteer hours, gain customer service skills, and see performances for free.  Just attend one training, either Tuesday Sept 25th at 3:45pm OR Wed. Sept 26th at 2:45pm in the lobby of the theater, and you’ll be eligible to Usher some of the over 125 performances and events held in the Brunelle each year. Come see how you can be involved!  All are welcome!  No experience necessary!

 

The DHS Site Council is looking for dedicated students to join our committee. The site council consists of Principal McHale, staff, parents and students. The Site Council discusses ways to improve student achievement and supports new programs. Site Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00. If you would like to help shape the future of our school, please pick up an application from Mr. McHale in the office by Monday, October 1. Applications are due by noon on Tuesday, October 2.

 

CLUBS:

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis Program. Where you will intern at the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter. Come to Mr. Vasquez room, ASC-100 at lunch on September 24th to learn about homelessness and the program. See you there!

 

Interested in learning about and discussing Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies? Come to A-7 during, lunch next Thursday and meet with the Cryptocurrency Club!

 

Come join us at MSA to learn more about Islam and the Muslim Community. Our next meeting is held at lunch on Wednesday the 26th in P-10, Mr. Reily’s room.

 

Interested in earning community service hours Join Key Club! We will be having a general meeting this Wednesday in room S-12 during lunch, all are welcome. We will also be extending registration through this Friday, 9/28 so bring last semesters hour sheet and $13 dollars.

 

Come to Team HBV’s first meeting, tomorrow in room S-05 during lunch to get volunteer hours meet new people, and learn about HBV. We will be also raffling out cute ninja plushies. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

The District Attorney’s Tobacco Enforcement Program is in need of young volunteers ages 15-20 to act as decoys trying to purchase tobacco from various stores throughout Yolo County.  Students participating in the program will earn community service hours and learn about the day-to-day operations at the District Attorney’s Office. Volunteers are paired up with a DA Investigator and DA Enforcement Officer during these operations.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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Published: 9/21/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 21, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1784 - "The Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser" was published for the first time in Philadelphia. It was the first daily paper in America.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Happy Burrito Day! The ASC Café is now offering burrito bowls in addition to our burritos. We are now serving chicken, beef and nacho cheese, bean and cheese, and veggie (vegan) burritos!

 

TODAY:

The deadline for submitting information and articles for the October edition of the DHS PTA newsletter is today. 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.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! Is the last day you can register to be a member this fall. We will be located in front of S-12 during lunch. Make sure to bring last semester’s hour sheet (if you were a member last semester) and $13 dollars.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Mrs. Istas room L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library. Make sure to visit our table during club fair too!

 

ATHLETICS:

 Girls Water Polo @ Granite Bay Invitational (JV)                                      All-day

Girls Water Polo @ Woodcreek Invitational (V)                                         All-day

Boys’ Water Polo @ Americas Finest City Invitational (V)                        All-day

Boys’ Water Polo @ Jesuit Frosh-Soph Tournament (JV)                         All-day

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available until– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

Support the Arts at DHS by joining the Brunelle Theater Student Usher Program.  Earn volunteer hours, gain customer service skills, and see performances for free.  Just attend one training, either Tuesday Sept 25th at 3:45pm OR Wed. Sept 26th at 2:45pm in the lobby of the theater, and you’ll be eligible to Usher some of the over 125 performances and events held in the Brunelle each year. Come see how you can be involved!  All are welcome!  No experience necessary!

 

The DHS Site Council is looking for dedicated students to join our committee. The site council consists of Principal McHale, staff, parents and students. The Site Council discusses ways to improve student achievement and supports new programs. Site Council meets on the third Thursday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00. If you would like to help shape the future of our school, please pick up an application from Mr. McHale in the office by Monday, October 1. Applications are due by noon on Tuesday, October 2.

 

CLUBS:

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis Program. Where you will intern at the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter. Come to Mr. Vasquez room, ASC-100 at lunch on September 24th to learn about homelessness and the program. See you there!

 

Interested in learning about and discussing Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrencies? Come to A-7 during, lunch next Thursday and meet with the Cryptocurrency Club!

 

CAREERS:

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Oregon State, Rutgers, UC Santa Cruz, New York University and many more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

Volunteers are needed for a community mural painting project in North Davis.  The Paint the Street project is creating a large dragon mural on the greenbelt and volunteers are needed to mix paint, help with children, and clean the street.  Come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 20, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1963 - U.S. President John F. Kennedy proposed a joint U.S.-Soviet expedition to the moon in a speech to the U.N. General Assembly.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s lunch special in the ASC Café is Nachos and Grilled Veggie Sandwich. Did you know that on Thursdays we offer five different vegetarian entrees, one of which is vegan? Come join us and check it out!

 

TODAY:

Hey guys! DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its first meeting in Ms. Husmann’s room S-01. If you join, you get the opportunity to volunteer at blood drives, learn CPR, and give back the community through various volunteer events! Make sure to bring your spoon if you received one from us!

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Tennis @ Consumnes Oaks, 3:45                                  dismiss: 2:00

Girls Volleyball @ Sheldon, 4F/5JV/6V                                     dismiss: 2:15JV/3:00V

 

Is the state-championship-winning DHS Ski Team right for you? If you are at least an intermediate skier, come find out more at the informational meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m. in the Davis High School Library. Interested 9th-12th graders, parents and guardians should attend. If you have questions, email team parentTravis Milner at travis.milner@echo.com 

 

Attention all students: For football games there will be a student ASB card entrance starting at this Fridays home game. Please enter through Southeastern gate directly behind the ambulance. Students must present their ASB cards to enter. If you purchased an ASB card and have not yet received it, please bring a copy of your receipt as proof. As a reminder, no backpacks/string bags will be allowed in the stadium.

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available until– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

Friday, September 21, 2018 is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the October edition 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:

Hey DHS! There’s only two more days of CSF registration, so be sure to register soon in P-13 at lunch. Remember to bring $5 dollars last semesters report card, and a filled out pink application sheet.

 

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be running registration this week in front of S-12 during lunch bring $13 dollars. Make sure to bring last semester’s hour sheet (if you were a member last semester).

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mrs. Istas room L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library. Make sure to visit our table during club fair too!

 

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis Program. Where you will intern at the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter. Come to Mr. Vasquez room, ASC-100 at lunch on September 24th to learn about homelessness and the program. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Oregon State, Rutgers, UC Santa Cruz, New York University and many more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

Volunteers are needed for a community mural painting project in North Davis.  The Paint the Street project is creating a large dragon mural on the greenbelt and volunteers are needed to mix paint, help with children, and clean the street.  Come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to sign up.

 

Volunteers are needed to film Vice President Joe Biden’s Cancer Community Summit at the Davis public library on Friday, September 21, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  Come to the Career Center for more information about this event.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 19, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1988 - Israel successfully launched the Horizon-I test satellite.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Today’s Lunch special in the ASC Cafe is Teriyaki Beef over Yakisoba noodles and Pulled Pork Sandwiches with coleslaw. We also offer a vegan version of one of our daily specials every day!

 

TODAY:

Seniors: Please join the counselors at lunch in the South Gym for our annual College Workshop.  Find out information about applying to UCs, CSUs, private schools, asking for letters of recommendation, and more. See you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey @ Bella Vista, 3:30JV/4:45V        dismiss: 1:30JV/2:10V

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available until– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

Come be a star! Come & win $150 dollars in SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE! The date is Oct. 13th don’t miss it, see Mrs. Gardias in PA-8 for an application.

 

Just a reminder that all posters/flyers on campus must be approved by an administrator, include the administrator’s initials, and be posted on one of the blue walls.

 

Friday, September 21, 2018 is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the October edition 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:

Hey DHS! It’s the final week of CSF registration, go register in P-13 at lunch before lines start getting long. Be sure to bring $5 dollars last semester’s report card, and a filled out pink application sheet.

 

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be running registration this week in front of S-12 during lunch bring $13 dollars. Make sure to bring last semester’s hour sheet (if you were a member last semester).

 

Hey guys! DHS Red Cross Club will be holding its first meeting this Thursday, September 20th in Ms. Husmann’s room S-01. If you join, you get the opportunity to volunteer at blood drives, learn CPR, and give back the community through various volunteer events! Make sure to bring your spoon if you received one from us!

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mrs. Istas room L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library. Make sure to visit our table during club fair too!

 

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis Program. Where you will intern at the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter. Come to Mr. Vasquez room, ASC-100 at lunch on September 24th to learn about homelessness and the program. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Oregon State, Rutgers, UC Santa Cruz, New York University and many more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

Volunteers are needed for a community mural painting project in North Davis.  The Paint the Street project is creating a large dragon mural on the greenbelt and volunteers are needed to mix paint, help with children, and clean the street.  Come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 18, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1709 - The creator of the first dictionary of the English language, Samuel Johnson, was born in England. 

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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:

Do you love learning, competition, and the opportunity to earn the highest academic honors in the country? Come check out the DHS Academic Decathlon team’s first meeting TODAY AT LUNCH in room N-10 to learn more! Students of all GPA’s are encourage to come!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis vs St. Francis, 3:45                                   dismiss: 2:30

Boys’ Water Polo vs Granite Bay, 4:00JV/5:00V                     dismiss: 2:30V/JV

Girls Water Polo vs Granite Bay, 6:00V/7:00JV

Girls Volleyball @ Pleasant Grove, 5:00JV/6:00V                  dismiss: 3:00JV

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available until– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

Seniors: Please join the counselors at lunch on Wednesday, September 19 in the South Gym for our annual College Workshop.  Find out information about applying to UCs, CSUs, private schools, asking for letters of recommendation, and more. See you there!

 

 

Calling All Dancers! Applications are still available for “So You Think You Can Dance”. Applications are due September 26th and the show is on October 13th. Come by yourself or in a group and win up to $150 dollars! See Mrs. Gardias in PA-8 for more details.

 

Just a reminder that all posters/flyers on campus must be approved by an administrator, include the administrator’s initials, and be posted on one of the blue walls.

Friday, September 21, 2018 is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the October edition 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:

Hey DHS! It’s the final week of CSF registration, go register in P-13 at lunch before lines start getting long. Be sure to bring $5 dollars last semester’s report card, and a filled out pink application sheet.

 

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be running registration this week in front of S-12 during lunch bring $13 dollars. Make sure to bring last semester’s hour sheet (if you were a member last semester).

 

CAREERS:

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Oregon State, Rutgers, UC Santa Cruz, New York University and many more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

Volunteers are needed for a community mural painting project in North Davis.  The Paint the Street project is creating a large dragon mural on the greenbelt and volunteers are needed to mix paint, help with children, and clean the street.  Come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to sign up.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 17, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1920 - The American Professional Football Association was formed in Canton, OH. It was the precursor to the National Football League (NFL).

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Fish sandwich with Cajun Fries / General Tso Chicken w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies.   

TODAY:

Interested in being a part of the DHS Wrestling Team this Winter? Come to the Wrestling Info Meeting @ 7:00pm in the DSHS All Student Center. Coach John Rosendale will discuss the upcoming season and answer questions. If you can't make the meeting, contact Coach John at john.rosendale@gmail.com 

Come to the Chinese Culture Club today at lunch in room L-21. To enjoy the Chinese culture and fun activities.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Golf vs St. Francis @ Haggin Oaks, 3:00                     dismiss: 1:00

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available until– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

Seniors: Please join the counselors at lunch on Wednesday, September 19 in the South Gym for our annual College Workshop.  Find out information about applying to UCs, CSUs, private schools, asking for letters of recommendation, and more. See you there!

 

 

Calling All Dancers! Applications are still available for “So You Think You Can Dance”. Applications are due September 26th and the show is on October 13th. Come by yourself or in a group and win up to $150 dollars! See Mrs. Gardias in PA-8 for more details.

 

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! It’s the final week of CSF registration, so be to register in P-13 at lunch before lines start getting long. Be sure to bring $5 dollars last semester’s report card, and a filled out pink application sheet.

 

Want to win lots of shiny medals? Join Academic Decathlon! Our first meeting will be on Tuesday, September 18th during lunch. In room N-10. Hope to see you there!

 

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

CAREERS:

Colleges visiting the Career Center this week include Oregon State, Rutgers, UC Santa Cruz, New York University and many more!  Go on Naviance or come to the Career Center to see the list of upcoming college visits!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10/12 – Friendship Day

10/13 – PSAT 7:30am-1:00pm

10/15 Homecoming Rally / Assembly – Rally Schedule

10/15 – Blood Drive

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 14, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1901 - U.S. President William McKinley died of gunshot wounds inflicted by an assassin. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt, at age 42, succeeded him.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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! The DHS GSA will be having their first meeting at lunch in Ms. Istas room L-29, in the library building. Bring your friends, and we hope to see you there!

 

College admission reps are visiting the Career Center! UC San Diego will be here today! Come to the Career Center, which is located in the ASC, to see the list of all colleges visiting our high school this fall.

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Water Polo – Johansen Frosh/Soph Tournament (JV) @ Modesto       All-day                                  

Football JV @ Elk Grove, 5:00                                                                       dismiss: 2:00

Football Varsity @ Elk Grove, 7:15                                                               dismiss:2:45

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

Seniors: Please join the counselors at lunch on Wednesday, September 19 in the South Gym for our annual College Workshop.  Find out information about applying to UCs, CSUs, private schools, asking for letters of recommendation, and more. See you there!

 

CLUBS:

Hey DHS! CSF registration is this week and runs until next Friday. Be sure to have $5 dollars last semester’s report card and a filled out pink application sheet and bring them to P-13 at lunch.

 

Want to win lots of shiny medals? Join Academic Decathlon! Our first meeting will be on Tuesday, September 18th during lunch. In room N-10. Hope to see you there!

 

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

CAREERS:

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip November 26-30.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis program.  Students learn how to be community leaders and will be trained as interns at the Davis Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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Published: 9/13/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 13, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1788 - The Constitutional Convention decided that the first federal election was to be held on Wednesday the following February. On that day, George Washington was elected as the first president of the United States. In addition, New York City was named the temporary national capital.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Beef & Cheese Nachos / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich on WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries.

TODAY:

To all who are interested, DHS Mu Alpha Theta meets in Mr. G’s room T-6. We do preparation for Math Competitions such as AMC’s, and we also volunteer at Willet Elementary for tutoring.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls JV Tennis vs River City, 4:00                                         dismiss: 3:00

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Sheldon, 3:45                                    dismiss: 2:00

Girls Volleyball Frosh only @ Woodland Christian, 4:00    dismiss: 2:30

Field Hockey vs River Valley, 5:30JV/ 6:45V                                 

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets starting September 9 at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

CLUBS:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! The DHS GSA will be having their first meeting this Friday at lunch in Ms. Istas room L-29, in the library building. Bring your friends, and we hope to see you there!

 

Hey DHS! CSF registration is this week at lunch in P-13 and runs until September 21st. be sure to bring $5 dollars, a filled out pink sheet, and an unofficial transcript or report card of your last semester grades.

 

Want to win lots of shiny medals? Join Academic Decathlon! Our first meeting will be on Tuesday, September 18th during lunch. In room N-10. Hope to see you there!

 

Homecoming Applications are now available in the ASC-100! Come pick one up show your club or teams spirit to the whole community! Applications are due October 3rd!

 

CAREERS:

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip November 26-30.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

College admission reps are visiting the Career Center! UC San Diego will be here on Friday! Come to the Career Center, which is located in the ASC, to see the list of all colleges visiting our high school this fall.

 

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis program.  Students learn how to be community leaders and will be trained as interns at the Davis Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/14 – Friendship Day

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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Update: The smoke has cleared and the fire is under control. All games and practices are set to resume at 4:00 p.m. 

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All outdoor practices and games are delayed or cancelled due to a local fire near Highway 80. Athletes should contact their coaches for more info. Updates and information can be found on the DSHS Athletics website

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Published: 9/11/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 12, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1940 - The Lascaux paintings were discovered in France. The cave paintings were 17,000 years old and were some of the best examples of art from the Paleolithic period.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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 / Pulled Pork Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

 

TODAY:

Davis High School Girls Golf Team will be having a fundraiser at Lamp Post Pizza in West Davis from 6pm-9pm. 30% of the proceeds will benefit the DHS Girls Golf Program. You must mention the fundraiser when placing your orders. So don’t FORE-get and bring the family to enjoy some delicious Lamp Post Pizza for a good cause.

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our first general meeting in room S-12 during lunch! Hope to see you there!

 

Do you want to make long-lasting friendships? If so, come to the first Best Buddies meeting in room C-4. Best Buddies promotes one-on –one friendships between students with disabilities and students without. See you there!

 

Guten Tag! (Goo-Ten tog) Please join German Club at lunch in P-13, Mrs. O’Brien’s room, if you are interested in enjoying delicious food while learning about German language, culture, and politics.

 

College admission reps are visiting the Career Center!  Sarah Lawrence College will be here today. Come to the Career Center, which is located in the ASC.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our first informational meeting for new and returning members today during lunch in S-12. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Field Hockey JV vs Corning, 3:30                            dismiss: 2:15

Field Hockey V vs Pleasant Valley, 4:45                  dismiss: 3:15

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets starting September 9 at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

CLUBS:

To all who are interested, DHS Mu Alpha Theta meets weekly on Thursday in Mr. G’s room T-6. We do preparation for Math Competitions such as AMC’s, and we also volunteer at Willet Elementary for tutoring.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! The DHS GSA will be having their first meeting this Friday at lunch in Ms. Istas room L-29, in the library building. Bring your friends, and we hope to see you there!

 

Hey DHS! CSF registration is this week at lunch in P-13 and runs until September 21st. be sure to bring $5 dollars, a filled out pink sheet, and an official transcript or report card of your last semester grades.

 

CAREERS:

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip November 26-30.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

College admission reps are visiting the Career Center! UC San Diego will be here on Friday! Come to the Career Center, which is located in the ASC, to see the list of all colleges visiting our high school this fall.

 

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis program.  Students learn how to be community leaders and will be trained as interns at the Davis Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

09/14 – Friendship Day

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 11, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: “Even the smallest act of service, the simplest act of kindness, is a way to honor those we lost, a way to reclaim that spirit of unity that followed 9/11.” – Barack Obama

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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:

Did you know the voice actor of Olaf, Josh Gad, was on his high school Speech & Debate Team? Come to the speech & Debate Team’s introductory lunch meeting in N-2 Mr. Ferguson’s room to learn more!

 

Come to the Black Bear diner from 4-8pm to support the Davis FFA! Online orders will count. No flyer necessary to support the cause!

 

Model United Nations meets every Tuesday at lunch in P-25. It’s a fun club to discuss world issues. Come join Model United Nations today in Mr. Haw’s room.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys’ Water Polo @ Franklin – Wackford, 3:45V                  dismiss: 1:40V

Girls Volleyball vs Consumnes Oaks, 4F/5JV/6V                   dismiss: 2:30F/JV

Girls Water Polo @ Franklin – Wackford, 5:00V                  dismiss: 2:30

 

Davis High School Girls Golf Team will be having a fundraiser on Wednesday, September 12th at Lamp Post Pizza in West Davis from 6pm-9pm. 30% of the proceeds will benefit the DHS Girls Golf Program. You must mention the fundraiser when placing your orders. So don’t FORE-get and bring the family to enjoy some delicious Lamp Post Pizza for a good cause.

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

DAVIS PARENT UNIVERSITY Lecture Series – Dr. Michael Thompson, October 10th, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle

Friendship, Popularity, Social Cruelty and YOUR CHILD: Michael Thompson, PhDNew York Times bestselling author, renowned psychologist and international speaker will discuss the dynamics of child and teen social relationships and how parents can help their kids develop friendships that will nourish them. Reserve your FREE tickets starting September 9 at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3599331  Space is limited.  

 

CLUBS:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our first general meeting is this Wednesday September 12th, in room S-12 during lunch! Hope to see you there!

 

Do you want to make long-lasting friendships? If so, come to the first Best Buddies meeting this Wednesday in room C-4. Best Buddies promotes one-on –one friendships between students with disabilities and students without. See you there!

 

Are you interested in Spanish oriented activities? Having fun with friends? Come to Spanish Club Tuesday, September 11th on Sra. Candelario’s room O-6.

 

To all who are interested, DHS Mu Alpha Theta meets weekly on Thursday in Mr. G’s room T-6. We do preparation for Math Competitions such as AMC’s, and we also volunteer at Willet Elementary for tutoring.

 

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! The DHS GSA will be having their first meeting this Friday at lunch n Ms. Istas room L-29, in the library building. Bring your friends, and we hope to see you there!

 

Guten Tag! (Goo-Ten tog) Please join German Club this Wednesday at lunch in P-13, Mrs. O’Brien’s room, if you are interested in enjoying delicious food while learning about German language, culture, and politics.

 

CAREERS:

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Pioneer Elementary’s Walker Creek trip November 26-30.  Cabin leaders must be a positive role model for kids, be a leader and enjoy being in nature. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

College admission reps are visiting the Career Center!  Sarah Lawrence College will be here Wednesday and UC San Diego will be here on Friday! Come to the Career Center, which is located in the ASC, to see the list of all colleges visiting our high school this fall.

 

If you are interested in community service, social service and personal growth, you may want to join The Youth Leadership Davis program.  Students learn how to be community leaders and will be trained as interns at the Davis Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/12 – First “Late Start” Block Schedule day

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

09/14 – Friendship Day

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 10, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1794 - America's first non-denominational college was chartered. Blount College later became the University of Tennessee.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Fish Sandwich with Cajun Fries / General Tso Chicken w/ Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies.

 

TODAY:

Attention all Math and Science tutors! Our first meeting at lunch in Mr. Van Muyden’s room S-9. All returning and interested MAST tutors are encouraged to come and sign up. You will earn volunteer hours and help other Blue Devils learn!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Golf vs Center Meet, 12:00pm                                dismiss: 10:00am

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Hey DHS! Ever wanted to try your hand performing? Maybe live your own High School Musical? Then DHS drama is the place for you! Drama board is calling all singers, actors, dancers, and potential stars to try out for the fall musical – “Little Women” come give it a try this Thursday & Friday at the Drama Workshop. Then come to auditions, September 10-12th. for more information, go to room P-11!

 

Calling All Dancers! Applications are now available for “ So you think you can Dance” the event is on Oct. 13th come by yourself or in a group and win up to $150.00, see Mrs. Gardias in PA-8 for more details.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

CLUBS:

Did you know the voice actor of Olaf, Josh Gad, was on his high school Speech & Debate Team? Come to the speech & Debate Team’s introductory lunch meeting on September 11th in N-2 Mr. Ferguson’s room to learn more!

 

Hey DHS! CSF registration starts next week outside P-13 at lunch and runs through September 21st. be sure to have $5 dollars, last semester’s report card, and a filled out pink application form. Pink applications are available in P-13 starting Thursday.

 

Come to the Black Bear diner on September 11th from 4-8pm to support the Davis FFA! Online orders will count. No flyer necessary to support the cause!

Model United Nations meets every Tuesday at lunch in P-25. It’s a fun club to discuss world issues. Come join Model United Nations this Tuesday in Mr. Haw’s room.

 

Hey, hey, hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips before Wednesday the 12th. If you forget, bring the permission slip with you to Friendship Day on Friday the 14th. All aboard the Friendship! Toot Toot!

 

It’s time to register for National Honor Society! Registration dates are Monday September 10th – Friday September 21st at lunch in front of room S-12. Bring a transcript and $5 dollars. Returning members bring your hour’s sheet. See you there!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having our first general meeting is this Wednesday September 12th, in room S-12 during lunch! Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Patwin Elementary’s Walker Creek trip in November.  Cabin leaders must work well with children, enjoy being in the outdoors, and be in good standing with the high school.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

JOB OPPORTUNITY:  The City of Davis is now hiring JUNIOR BASKETBALL COACHES and OFFICIALS.   Pay is $12.00 per hour. Students will work between 3-10 hours per week and will teach basic basketball fundamentals and skills for 3rd through 6th grade boys and girls basketball teams.  Come to the Career Center for information on how to apply.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it is like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, November 16 at the Sacramento FBI headquarters.  At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence .  Deadline to apply is October 1.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/12 – First “Late Start” Block Schedule day

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

09/14 – Friendship Day

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 7, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1812 - Napoleon defeated the Russian army of Alexander I at the battle of Borodino.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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.

ATHLETICS:

JV & Varsity Football @ Pioneer, 5:00JV-7:15V                              dismiss: 3:15JV

Boys’ Water Polo @ Scott Roche memorial Tournament (VAR)       All-day

Girls Water Polo @ Acalanes Invitational (V)                                  All-day

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Hey DHS! Ever wanted to try your hand performing? Maybe live your own High School Musical? Then DHS drama is the place for you! Drama board is calling all singers, actors, dancers, and potential stars to try out for the fall musical – “Little Women” come give it a try this Thursday & Friday at the Drama Workshop. Then come to auditions, September 10-12th. for more information, go to room P-11!

 

Calling All Dancers! Applications are now available for “ So you think you can Dance” the event is on Oct. 13th come by yourself or in a group and win up to $150.00, see Mrs. Gardias in PA-8 for more details.

 

Attention Blue Devils! On September 25th at the Library West conference room, is your last chance to get your ID’s and pictures Retake. Please make sure to take your ASB receipt if you have purchased an ASB or need a correction to your ID. Life touch will be on campus from 7:30am-1:00pm. We will see you there!

 

Calling all artists, photographers, and writers! Submissions for the fall/winter issue of SPOKE, a student run literacy magazine, are now open! The theme is “The Four Seasons”. Email your entry to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com by October 5th and follow @spokemagazinedhs on Instagram.

 

CLUBS:

Attention all Math and Science tutors! Our first meeting is Monday, September 10th at lunch in Mr. Van Muyden’s room S-9. All returning and interested MAST tutors are encouraged to come and sign up. You will earn volunteer hours and help other Blue Devils learn!

 

Did you know the voice actor of Olaf, Josh Gad, was on his high school Speech & Debate Team? Come to the speech & Debate Team’s introductory lunch meeting on September 11th in N-2 Mr. Ferguson’s room to learn more!

 

Hey DHS! CSF registration starts next week outside P-13 at lunch and runs through September 21st. be sure to have $5 dollars, last semester’s report card, and a filled out pink application form. Pink applications are available in P-13 starting Thursday.

 

Come to the Black Bear diner on September 11th from 4-8pm to support the Davis FFA! Online orders will count. No flyer necessary to support the cause!

Model United Nations meets every Tuesday at lunch in P-25. It’s a fun club to discuss world issues. Come join Model United Nations this Tuesday in Mr. Haw’s room.

 

Hey, hey, hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips before Wednesday the 12th. If you forget, bring the permission slip with you to Friendship Day on Friday the 14th. All aboard the Friendship! Toot Toot!

 

It’s time to register for National Honor Society! Registration dates are Monday September 10th – Friday September 21st at lunch in front of room S-12. Bring a transcript and $5 dollars. Returning members bring your hour’s sheet. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

Davis Senior High School's Career Center is now open in the new All Student Center!  Come to the Career Center for help with college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job and volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more!  Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Patwin Elementary’s Walker Creek trip in November.  Cabin leaders must work well with children, enjoy being in the outdoors, and be in good standing with the high school.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

JOB OPPORTUNITY:  The City of Davis is now hiring JUNIOR BASKETBALL COACHES and OFFICIALS.   Pay is $12.00 per hour. Students will work between 3-10 hours per week and will teach basic basketball fundamentals and skills for 3rd through 6th grade boys and girls basketball teams.  Come to the Career Center for information on how to apply.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it is like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, November 16 at the Sacramento FBI headquarters.  At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence .  Deadline to apply is October 1.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/10 – CSF Fall Registration Begins / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/12 – First “Late Start” Block Schedule day

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

09/14 – Friendship Day

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, Library West Conference room, 7:30am-1:00pm

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 6, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1939 - South Africa declared war on Germany.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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: Beef &Cheese Nachos / Grilled Vegetable Sandwich o WG Sourdough w/ Garlic Aioli served with Cajun Fries.  

TODAY:

School Climate Committee meeting at lunch DSHS library West Conference room.

 

If you would like to learn more about UC Berkeley, come to the Career Center today at 2:00 to hear an admissions rep discuss the benefits of attending UC Berkeley.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Volleyball @ Franklin, 4F/5JV/6V           dismiss: 2:15/3:00

Girls Varsity Tennis @ Franklin, 3:45             dismiss: 2:00

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/17 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

Hey DHS! Ever wanted to try your hand performing? Maybe live your own High School Musical? Then DHS drama is the place for you! Drama board is calling all singers, actors, dancers, and potential stars to try out for the fall musical – “Little Women” come give it a try this Thursday & Friday at the Drama Workshop. Then come to auditions, September 10-12th. for more information, go to room P-11!

 

Calling All Dancers! Applications are now available for “ So you think you can Dance” the event is on Oct. 13th come by yourself or in a group and win up to $150.00, see Mrs. Gardias in PA-8 for more details.

 

CLUBS:

Attention all Math and Science tutors! Our first meeting is Monday, September 10th at lunch in Mr. Van Muyden’s room S-9. All returning and interested MAST tutors are encouraged to come and sign up. You will earn volunteer hours and help other Blue Devils learn!

 

Did you know the voice actor of Olaf, Josh Gad, was on his high school Speech & Debate Team? Come to the speech & Debate Team’s introductory lunch meeting on September 11th in N-2 Mr. Ferguson’s room to learn more!

 

Hey DHS! CSF registration starts next week outside P-13 at lunch and runs through September 21st. be sure to have $5 dollars, last semester’s report card, and a filled out pink application form. Pink applications are available in P-13 starting Thursday.

 

Come to the Black Bear diner on September 11th from 4-8pm to support the Davis FFA! Online orders will count. No flyer necessary to support the cause!

 

CAREERS:

Davis Senior High School's Career Center is now open in the new All Student Center!  Come to the Career Center for help with college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job and volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more!  Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

 

Its college visit time in the Career Center! Our first college visit is UC Berkeley in the Career Center on Thursday, September 6 at 2:00 pm. College visits are an opportunity to get information from admissions reps about colleges you may be interested in attending.  The college visit schedule is posted in the Career Center windows and on Naviance, where you can sign up to attend a visit.  Come to the Career Center if you need help with Naviance or for more information about college visits!

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Patwin Elementary’s Walker Creek trip in November.  Cabin leaders must work well with children, enjoy being in the outdoors, and be in good standing with the high school.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

JOB OPPORTUNITY:  The City of Davis is now hiring JUNIOR BASKETBALL COACHES and OFFICIALS.   Pay is $12.00 per hour. Students will work between 3-10 hours per week and will teach basic basketball fundamentals and skills for 3rd through 6th grade boys and girls basketball teams.  Come to the Career Center for information on how to apply.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it is like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, November 16 at the Sacramento FBI headquarters.  At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence .  Deadline to apply is October 1.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/10 – CSF Fall Registration Begins / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/12 – First “Late Start” Block Schedule day

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

09/14 – Friendship Day

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, North Gym

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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Published: 9/5/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 5, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1881 - The American Red Cross provided relief for disaster for the first time. The disaster was the Great Fire of 1881 in Michigan.

 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast Served 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 / Pulled Pork Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Tennis vs McClatchy, 3:45                      dismiss: 2:45

Girls Golf vs Consumnes Oaks, 3:00                            dismiss: 1:00

Field Hockey @ Corning, 3:00JV/ 4:15V                    dismiss: 12:00JV/1:00V

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/4 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

The All Student Center will close at 4:00pm.

 

Attention Students! Please DO NOT PARK on the Yolo County Library parking lots make sure you use the DSHS student parking spaces that are located in our campus. Thank you!

 

Hey DHS! Ever wanted to try your hand performing? Maybe live your own High School Musical? Then DHS drama is the place for you! Drama board is calling all singers, actors, dancers, and potential stars to try out for the fall musical – “Little Women” come give it a try this Thursday & Friday at the Drama Workshop. Then come to auditions, September 10-12th. for more information, go to room P-11!

 

Calling All Dancers! Applications are now available for “ So you think you can Dance” the event is on Oct. 13th come by yourself or in a group and win up to $150.00 see Mrs. Gardias in PA-8 for more details.

 

CLUBS:

Attention all Math and Science tutors! Our first meeting is Monday, September 10th at lunch in Mr. Van Muyden’s room S-9. All returning and interested MAST tutors are encouraged to come and sign up. You will earn volunteer hours and help other Blue Devils learn!

 

CAREERS:

Davis Senior High School's Career Center is now open in the new All Student Center!  Come to the Career Center for help with college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job and volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more!  Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

 

Its college visit time in the Career Center! Our first college visit is UC Berkeley in the Career Center on Thursday, September 6 at 2:00 pm. College visits are an opportunity to get information from admissions reps about colleges you may be interested in attending.  The college visit schedule is posted in the Career Center windows and on Naviance, where you can sign up to attend a visit.  Come to the Career Center if you need help with Naviance or for more information about college visits!

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Patwin Elementary’s Walker Creek trip in November.  Cabin leaders must work well with children, enjoy being in the outdoors, and be in good standing with the high school.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

JOB OPPORTUNITY:  The City of Davis is now hiring JUNIOR BASKETBALL COACHES and OFFICIALS.   Pay is $12.00 per hour. Students will work between 3-10 hours per week and will teach basic basketball fundamentals and skills for 3rd through 6th grade boys and girls basketball teams.  Come to the Career Center for information on how to apply.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it is like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, November 16 at the Sacramento FBI headquarters.  At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence .  Deadline to apply is October 1.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/06 - School Climate Committee meeting @ lunch DSHS library

09/10 – CSF Fall Registration Begins / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/12 – First “Late Start” Block Schedule day

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

09/14 – Friendship Day

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, North Gym

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     September 4, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1949 - The longest pro tennis match in history was played when Pancho Gonzales and Ted Schroeder played 67 games in five sets  

 

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:

Girls Volleyball @ St. Francis, 4F/5JV/6V                    dismiss: 2:15/3:00

Girls Varsity Tennis vs Pioneer, 3:45                            dismiss: 3:00

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/4 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

The All Student Center will close at 4:00pm.

 

Attention Students! Please DO NOT PARK on the Yolo County Library parking lots make sure you use the DSHS student parking spaces that are located in our campus. Thank you!

 

CAREER:

Davis Senior High School's Career Center is now open in the new All Student Center!  Come to the Career Center for help with college planning, applying for scholarships and financial aid, job and volunteer opportunities, summer activities, study abroad programs, and much more!  Students and parents are welcome to visit the Career Center Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

 

Its college visit time in the Career Center! Our first college visit is UC Berkeley in the Career Center on Thursday, September 6 at 2:00 pm. College visits are an opportunity to get information from admissions reps about colleges you may be interested in attending.  The college visit schedule is posted in the Career Center windows and on Naviance, where you can sign up to attend a visit.  Come to the Career Center if you need help with Naviance or for more information about college visits!

 

Are you interested in being a Walker Creek CABIN LEADER?  If so, cabin leaders are needed for Patwin Elementary’s Walker Creek trip in November.  Cabin leaders must work well with children, enjoy being in the outdoors, and be in good standing with the high school.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it is like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, November 16 at the Sacramento FBI headquarters.  At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence .  Deadline to apply is October 1.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/06 - School Climate Committee meeting @ lunch DSHS library

09/10 – CSF Fall Registration Begins / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/12 – First “Late Start” Block Schedule day

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

09/14 – Friendship Day

09/19 – College Application Workshop – During student lunch

09/19 – Last Day to Add/Drop Classes

09/21 – CSF Fall Registration Ends / M-F @ lunch in room P-13

09/21 – Quarter 1 Progress Period Ends

09/25 – Picture Make-Up Day, North Gym

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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Published: 8/31/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     August 31, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY:  1965 - The Department of Housing and Urban Development was created by the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate. 

 

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:

The ASC Student Café is hiring student workers. There will be an informational meeting in the ASC for students who are interested. Please come see us if you have any questions.

 

Attention Fall ILS students:  please check your school loop account for course instructions, and attend the last-chance course introduction meeting TODAY (Friday) during lunch or 7th period in the Small gym. 

ATHLETICS:

JV Football vs Woodland, 5:15pm                        dismiss: 3:30

Varsity Football vs Woodland, 7:30pm

Water Polo Blue and White Game (V/FS), 7pm

 

Congratulations to the varsity football program on their 69 to 20 victory over Rancho Cordova. The host Blue Devils set records in the first half and the exciting offense and punishing defense will take on rival Woodland on Friday at DSHS Ron Brown stadium, come support the Blue Devils and show your school spirit! Go Devils

 

ACADEMICS/ OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The PSAT is Saturday, 10/13. The cost is $24.00. There are NO Refunds and no transfers. Sales end 10/1. There are a limited number of tests available. If you feel this is a financial hardship, please contact your counselor immediately.

*Juniors only: Online purchasing is available 9/4– 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net

*Sophomores: Online purchasing is available 9/4 – 10/1 @ dshs.djusd.net and is subject to availability

*In-person sign-ups will be held during lunch only, 9/24 – 10/1 at the Finance Office outside window. Students or   parents can pay in person via credit card, cash or check payable to Davis High School or DHS.

 

The All Student Center will close at 4:00pm.

 

Attention Students! Please DO NOT PARK on the Yolo County Library parking lots make sure you use the DSHS student parking spaces that are located in our campus. Thank you!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/06 - School Climate Committee meeting @ lunch DSHS library

09/12 – First “Late Start” Block Schedule day

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

09/27 – “Back to School Night” 6pm North Gym

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/30/18




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Superintendent John Bowes would like to welcome everyone in the DJUSD community to the 2018-19 school year. View his full Welcome Back Message

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Posted by: Maddie Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 8/28/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     August 29, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1833 - The "Factory Act" was passed in England to settle child labor laws.

 

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 / Pulled Pork Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries.

 Welcome back Blue Devils!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls’ Junior Varsity Tennis @ McClatchy 3:45pm                  dismiss: 2:45pm

DHS Field Hockey vs Yuba City, 4:45V                      

 

IMPORTANT DATES:            

09/12 – First “Late Start” Block Schedule day.

09-13 – First Thursday Block Schedule.

10/11 - Secondary Articulation (Special Bell Schedule)

10-19 – Homecoming Parade! (Special Bell Schedule)

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 8/28/18




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The 2017-18 DJUSD Safety Task Force meetings identified the district's previous anonymous tip app as a concern in our schools and community. Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, DJUSD is moving to a new digital tip line called SpeakUp. SpeakUp enables junior high and high school students to easily report to school administrators concerns of bullying, student safety, threats and more by using their student DJUSD Google account. Find out more at SpeakUp.

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Posted by: Maddie Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 8/21/18




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In an effort to improve our World Language programs at Davis Joint Unified School District, the World Language Task Force is looking for feedback from parents on your student’s experience with DJUSD’s World Language Programs and how you believe the district can further improve language offerings. Please take a moment to participate in our World Language Survey. The survey is available in English and Spanish and is open until August 24, 2018.

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Posted by: Maddie Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 8/15/18




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Don't forget! Online Re-enrollment for all returning DJUSD students opens Monday, July 23 at 8am and must be completed before receiving teacher assignments and schedules. Visit the new District website for help events and details.

 

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 7/22/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     June 7, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1654 - Louis XIV was crowned king of France.

 

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.

Happy Summer Blue Devils!

 

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/  The deadline has been extended to ordering bricks.

 

Attention 2018-19 Davis High Athletes! The registration window is now open for the 2018-19 school year. Go to www.athleticclearance.com to complete your registration and upload your sports physical. Reminder:  sports physicals must be dated June 1st or after to cover the entire school year.  

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

6/08 Graduation 2018

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Published: 6/6/18




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Launching in early summer is the new DJUSD website, built with an eye toward making the experience for our end users even better. Our new website will make finding school district information easy and fast, with a dynamic look, improved navigation and ADA compliant platform, all at the same domain.  This is just one more step in our efforts to providing communication improvements for our school community.  And, watch for each of our school sites to roll out new websites throughout the 2018-19 school year.

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 6/5/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     June 6, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1833 - Andrew Jackson became the first U.S. president to ride in a train. It was a B&O passenger train.

 

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:

Attention All Students: Please have all of your lockers and textbooks returned to the library textbook room by 10:00am TODAY  locks will be cut and belongings will be removed.

 

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/  The deadline has been extended to ordering bricks.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Students: Please do not park in the St. James Church parking lots. These parking lots are for St. James Patrons only.

 

FFA T-shirts available for $10 dollars see Ms. Dyer in room O-1 for more details.

 

CAREERS:

Two job opportunities are available for the summer:  Northbay Health Springs Fitness Center in Vacaville has lifeguard and swim instructing positions available, and Tealist in Davis is looking for a dishwasher for the summer.  Come to the Career Center for more information about these summer jobs.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

6/07 Last Day of School – Happy Summer!

6/08 Graduation 2018

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 6/5/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     June 5, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1752 - Benjamin Franklin flew a kite for the first time to demonstrate that lightning was a form of electricity. 

 

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:

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/  The deadline has been extended to ordering bricks.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention All Students: Please have all of your lockers and textbooks returned to the library textbook room by 10:00am Wednesday, June 6th locks will be cut and belongings will be removed.

 

Students: Please do not park in the St. James Church parking lots. These parking lots are for St. James Patrons only.

 

CAREERS:

Two job opportunities are available for the summer:  Northbay Health Springs Fitness Center in Vacaville has lifeguard and swim instructing positions available, and Tealist in Davis is looking for a dishwasher for the summer.  Come to the Career Center for more information about these summer jobs.

IMPORTANT DATES:           

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: 6/4/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     June 4, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1911 - Gold was discovered in Alaska's Indian Creek.

 

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:

Attention ALL Seniors!

The Grad Night Ticket pre-sale has been extended! Tickets are on sale on-line until TODAY at Midnight for $85.00 at www.davisgradnight.org  After that tickets will ONLY be available at the door for $100.00. This is an amazing night and worth every penny! Food &entertainment 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! 

 

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/  The deadline has been extended to ordering bricks.

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Attention All Students: Please have all of your lockers and textbooks returned to the library textbook room by 10:00am Wednesday, June 6th locks will be cut and belongings will be removed.

 

Students: Please do not park in the St. James Church parking lots. These parking lots are for St. James Patrons only.

 

CAREERS:

Two job opportunities are available for the summer:  Northbay Health Springs Fitness Center in Vacaville has lifeguard and swim instructing positions available, and Tealist in Davis is looking for a dishwasher for the summer.  Come to the Career Center for more information about these summer jobs.

IMPORTANT DATES:           

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: 6/1/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     June 1, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1789 - The first U.S. congressional act on administering oaths became law.

 

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! It’s movie night! The GSA will be showing “Love, Simon” from 7-9pm in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. This week’s meeting is also our last, so make sure to drop by!

 

ATHLETICS:

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 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:

DHS Jazz Choir Presents “Jazz-N-Pops” Saturday, June 2nd at 7:00 p.m. In the Brunelle Theater. The show will feature “Trashin’ The Camp”, Heard it through the Grape Vine”, A Choreographed Medley from “Mamma Mia”, & more! Come See Mr. Zinn’s finale show at Davis High. Presale Tickets available from Jazz Choir members & at wzinn@djusd.net ($5- students, $8 – adults) $10 at the door June 2nd.

 

Attention All Students: Please have all of your lockers and textbooks returned to the library textbook room by 10:00am Wednesday, June 6th locks will be cut and belongings will be removed.

 

Attention ALL Seniors!

The Grad Night Ticket pre-sale has been extended! Tickets are on sale on-line until Monday, June 4th at Midnight for $85.00 at www.davisgradnight.org  After that tickets will ONLY be available at the door for $100.00. This is an amazing night and worth every penny! Food &entertainment 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! 

 

CAREERS:

Two job opportunities are available for the summer:  Northbay Health Springs Fitness Center in Vacaville has lifeguard and swim instructing positions available, and Tealist in Davis is looking for a dishwasher for the summer.  Come to the Career Center for more information about these summer jobs.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

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: 5/31/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 31, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1880 - The first U.S. national bicycle society was formed in Newport, RI. It was known as the League of American Wheelman.

 

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 Roasted Pepper Aioli.

EVENTS FOR TODAY:

“The ever-popular Pops Concert will be 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 $10 at the door, pre-sale available at Watermelon Music; Avid Reader Active or visit the online store at davismadrigals.com”

 

Hey guys! DHS Red Cross Club will be having its last meeting in room S-01 during lunch! The Red Cross Club runs all the blood drives at school. If you are interested in joining this club next year, you should attend this meeting!

 

The Fenix Drums and Dance Company will be on the quad today at lunch.  Please come and enjoy this BSU sponsored event. This will be a memorable cultural experience that will also include some hands on drumming.

 

SENIORS:  Did you miss Senior Awards Night?  If your name is on the list in the window of the Career Center, you may have a certificate waiting for you!  Come to the Career Center to pick up your certificate and a Senior Awards Night program.

 

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:

DHS Jazz Choir Presents “Jazz-N-Pops” Saturday, June 2nd at 7:00 p.m. In the Brunelle Theater. The show will feature “Trashin’ The Camp”, Heard it through the Grape Vine”, A Choreographed Medley from “Mamma Mia”, & more! Come See Mr. Zinn’s finale show at Davis High. Presale Tickets available from Jazz Choir members & at wzinn@djusd.net ($5- students, $8 – adults) $10 at the door June 2nd.

 

Attention All Students: Please have all of your lockers and textbooks returned to the library textbook room by 10:00am Wednesday, June 6th locks will be cut and belongings will be removed.

 

CLUBS:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! It’s movie night this Friday, June 1st! The GSA will be showing “Love, Simon” from 7-9pm in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. This week’s meeting is also our last, so make sure to drop by!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

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: 5/30/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 30, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1783 - The first daily newspaper was published in the U.S. by Benjamin Towner called "The Pennsylvania Evening Post".

 

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:

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 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!

 

Be sure to get your Grad Night ticket. TODAY is the last day for pre-sale tickets. Tickets are on sale on-line until midnight tonight for $85.00 at www.davisgrednight.org. After tomorrow, tickets will ONLY be available at the door on Grad Night for $100.00. This is an amazing night and worth every penny! Food and entertainment 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:  Did you miss Senior Awards Night?  If your name is on the list in the window of the Career Center, you may have a certificate waiting for you!  Come to the Career Center to pick up your certificate and a Senior Awards Night program.

 

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:

DHS Jazz Choir Presents “Jazz-N-Pops” Saturday, June 2nd at 7:00 p.m. In the Brunelle Theater. The show will feature “Trashin’ The Camp”, Heard it through the Grape Vine”, A Choreographed Medley from “Mamma Mia”, & more! Come See Mr. Zinn’s finale show at Davis High. Presale Tickets available from Jazz Choir members & at wzinn@djusd.net ($5- students, $8 – adults) $10 at the door June 2nd.

 

“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 Students: Please have all of your lockers and text books returned to the library textbook room by 10:00am Wednesday, June 6th locks will be cut and belongings will be removed.

 

CLUBS:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! It’s movie night this Friday, June 1st! The GSA will be showing “Love, Simon” from 7-9pm in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator. This week’s meeting is also our last, so make sure to drop by!

 

Hey guys! DHS Red Cross Club will be having its last meeting this coming Thursday the 31st in room S-01during lunch! The Red Cross Club runs all the blood drives at school. If you are interested in joining this club next year, you should attend this meeting!

 

CAREERS:

The Yolo County Library Davis Branch needs volunteers to help move boxes this Thursday, May 31, at 6:00pm for one hour.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

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: 5/29/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 29, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1999 - Space shuttle Discovery completed the first docking with the International Space Station.

 

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:

Senior Awards Night is here!  ALL SENIORS are invited to come to Senior Awards Night 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.

 

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:

DHS Jazz Choir Presents “Jazz-N-Pops” Saturday, June 2nd at 7:00 p.m. In the Brunelle Theater. The show will feature “Trashin’ The Camp”, Heard it through the Grape Vine”, A Choreographed Medley from “Mamma Mia”, & more! Come See Mr. Zinn’s finale show at Davis High. Presale Tickets available from Jazz Choir members & at wzinn@djusd.net ($5- students, $8 – adults) $10 at the door June 2nd.

 

“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 1 MORE DAY 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.

 

CAREERS:

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!

 

For Seniors in National Honor Society: Please come to Ms. Istas room, L-29 on Tuesday, May 29th at lunch. NHS cords will be passed out to seniors who are lifetime active members. See you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:           

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: 5/25/18




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Friday, May 25: There is break in the water line on Valley Oak campus. Maintenance teams will be to turning off the water. Students at the Children's Center and Da Vinci High are being sent home and afternoon preschool will not be held.

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 5/25/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     May 25, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 585 BC - The first known prediction of a solar eclipse was made in Greece.

 

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:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting 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.

 

ATHLETICS:

Track and Field – SJS Master Finals @ Elk Grove H.S.                                     dismiss: 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.

 

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:

“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!

 

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.

 

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: 5/24/18




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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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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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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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Posted by: Laura Osorio
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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Posted by: Laura Osorio
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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Posted by: Laura Osorio
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 a