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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 20, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1873 - The University of California got its first Medical School.

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.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys JV Tennis @ River City, 3:00                                                        dismiss: 2:15

Varsity Wrestling @ CA State Championship                                       all-day: select roster

Varsity Girls Wrestling @ CA State Championship                              all-day: select roster

 

Attention all Spring Sport Athletes who are enrolled in Independent Lifetime Sports: There will be a mandatory informational meeting on Thursday, February 21st, in the small gym, at the very beginning of 7th period block. Please arrive on time; the meeting will be fairly short. This meeting is for students who have officially been selected for their Spring sport official team roster. You must attend this meeting for information and verification of your enrollment on the team, and in the course. Email Ms. Crawford with any questions.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

AP Sales: AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test. Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. The deadline to submit documentation for AP accommodations is February 22nd. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance or accommodations.

 

DHS Choral Auditions - Sign up to Audition for Jazz Choir, Madrigals & Advance Treble Choir: Do you want to join one of DHS' auditioned choirs next year? Jazz Choir, Madrigals and ATC will be holding their auditions on March 4-7.  All applicants MUST register by February 22, 2019 to audition. Forms can be found at http://bit.ly/DHSChoirAuditions or at the DHS Office, and more information about each program can be found at http://jazzchoir.net/https://www.davismadrigals.com and http://davishighatc.wixsite.com/atc. Parents of auditioning students are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-audition Parent Meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 4 pm in DHS room P-10 to hear about the audition process and the DHS auditioned choir experience.

 

Auditions for the 2019/20 DHS Symphonic and Jazz bands are available for everyone interested. Please contact Mr. Slabaugh in PA-3 to receive the audition requirements and sign up for an audition time. - Mr. Slabaugh

 

The Fenix Drum presentation at lunch has been postponed until Tuesday, February 26th . We apologized for the change of plans. However, we will look forward to the drumming in the near future.

 

We are getting closer to graduation! Senior Speech applications are now available at the office.

 

CLUBS:

FFA Week: Next week is FFA Week, come join us at lunch for a week full of fun! Thursday is class demonstrations, and Friday is the truck and tractor show. All the fun is in the quad! Interested in Business? Come to N-02 during lunch on February 21st to learn about the Speech & Debate Business initiative, a program designed to give you real world business experience and mentorship from local entrepreneurs. Additional information can be found in N-02.

 

Are you interested in starting a Latinos Unidos Club information session on Thursday, February 21st during lunch in the Student Success Center in the office.

 

Interested in donating blood at the Blood Drive on March 11th? Come to the Red Cross Club meeting tomorrow during lunch in S-1!

 

Do you want to start your own business and learn about the Speech & Debate business initiative? Come to the Business Club in N-02 at lunch this Thursday.

 

All GSA Club members you are cordially invited to the School Climate Committee meeting this Thursday at lunch in the Library West Conference room. The School Climate Committee is a forum to discuss and help improve social justice at DHS.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Military Academy at West Point, the West Point admissions department will hold an informational session in Sacramento on Tuesday, March 12 at 7:00 p.m. At American River College. At the event, you will hear representatives will explain the West Point admissions process in detail. Come to the Career Center for more information.

Would you like to learn more about Cal Poly SLO? If so, come to the Career Center at lunch on Tuesday, February 26 at lunch to hear an admissions rep discuss the benefits of attending Cal Poly. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Are you interested in taking a gap year before starting college? The DHS PTA is sponsoring a Gap Year Fair on Saturday, February 23 at from 1:00 – 4:00 in the All Student Center and library. Students will hear speakers discuss a wide variety of gap year opportunities, and meet with representatives to learn about the many different gap year programs available. You could win a $500 scholarship by attending this event!  Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

03/02 – Coconut Grove – DSHS Bands

03-07 – 03/09 - Theater Department Play

03/08 – Friendship Day

3/11 – Blood Drive

03/14 – Second Articulation, Early Release

03/16 – 3/17 - Jazz Choir Cabaret Dinner Concert

03/16 – Band Festival – Jr & Sr. High Bands

03/19 – Jazz Choir Cabaret Concert, Brunelle Theater

03/22 – Quarter 3 Ends

03/25 – 3/29 Spring Break

04/01 – School Resumes

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/19/19




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Emerson, Harper, Holmes and Da Vinci Junior High Schools will be holding parent/guardian information meetings for incoming 7th, 8th, and 9th grade course planning for the 2019-20 school year on the following dates:

Emerson Junior High
2121 Calaveras Ave.
Meetings are in the Indoor Commons from 6:30-8:00 pm

Incoming 7th grade: Wednesday, March 6
(Spanish Immersion Information follows from 8:00-8:30 p.m. in Indoor Commons Room 1)
Incoming 8th grade: Wednesday, February 27
Incoming 9th grade: Wednesday, February 27


Harper Junior High
4000 East Covell Blvd.

Incoming 7th grade: Wednesday, March 20, 6-6:45 p.m. in the MPR (prior to Open House)
Incoming 8th grade: Wednesday, March 13, 6:45-8:00 p.m.
Incoming 9th grade: Wednesday, March 13, 6:45-8:00 p.m.


Holmes Junior High
1220 Drexel Drive

Incoming 7th grade: Tuesday, April 2, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Incoming 8th grade: Wednesday, March 13, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Incoming 9th grade: Wednesday, March 6, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
 

Da Vinci Junior High School New Parent Info Night
2121 Calaveras Ave

Monday, February 25 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, February 26 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

This presentation will provide an overview of our program and offer an opportunity to ask questions about Da Vinci.

Please sign up to attend here: https://davincicharteracademyjh.net/enrollment/apply

 

All families are invited to attend the schools’ Open Houses:



Harper Junior High: Wednesday, March 20, 6:45-8:00 pm
Emerson Junior High: Tuesday, April 16, 5:30-7:00 pm
Holmes Junior High: Thursday, April 25, 6:30-7:30 pm
Da Vinci Junior High School - New Student Preview Days: Thursday, March 7, 8-10 a.m; Friday, March 8, 8-10 a.m or 1:30-3:30 p.m. Please sign up here to reserve a spot: https://davincicharteracademyjh.net/enrollment/apply

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Staff, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 2/15/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 19, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1846 - The formal transfer of government between Texas and the United States took place. Texas had officially become a state on December 29, 1845.

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!

Reminder! Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. Come join us for an early morning breakfast on Sleep In day!

 

TODAY:

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House from 5-7 p.m. Come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Want to stand out in college applications and make a difference in the community? Join the Type 1 Diabetes Club in room P-21. Hope to see you there!

 

Come to the Culture Club! Where you can learn different cultures and gain a different perspective of cultures around the world! It will be happening in room P-23 at lunch. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Lacrosse @ San Ramon Valley, 5:00JV/7:00V

 

Attention all Spring Sport Athletes who are enrolled in Independent Lifetime Sports: There will be a mandatory informational meeting on Thursday, February 21st, in the small gym, at the very beginning of 7th period block. Please arrive on time; the meeting will be fairly short. This meeting is for students who have officially been selected for their Spring sport official team roster. You must attend this meeting for information and verification of your enrollment on the team, and in the course. Email Ms. Crawford with any questions.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

AP Sales: AP exams are available for purchase for $99 per test. Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730 in person sales are from 2/19 to 3/1 during lunch at the Finance Office. The deadline to submit documentation for AP accommodations is February 22nd. Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance or accommodations.

 

DHS Choral Auditions - Sign up to Audition for Jazz Choir, Madrigals & Advance Treble Choir: Do you want to join one of DHS' auditioned choirs next year? Jazz Choir, Madrigals and ATC will be holding their auditions on March 4-7.  All applicants MUST register by February 22, 2019 to audition. Forms can be found at http://bit.ly/DHSChoirAuditions or at the DHS Office, and more information about each program can be found at http://jazzchoir.net/https://www.davismadrigals.com and http://davishighatc.wixsite.com/atc. Parents of auditioning students are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-audition Parent Meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 4 pm in DHS room P-10 to hear about the audition process and the DHS auditioned choir experience.

 

Auditions for the 2019/20 DHS Symphonic and Jazz bands are available for everyone interested. Please contact Mr. Slabaugh in PA-3 to receive the audition requirements and sign up for an audition time. - Mr. Slabaugh

 

The Fenix Drum presentation at lunch has been postponed until Tuesday, February 26th . We apologized for the change of plans. However, we will look forward to the drumming in the near future.

 

CLUBS:

Wednesday the 20th in room O-1A, join FFA for a pancake breakfast from 8:00-8:45a.m. All are welcome! Two back, two cakes, two sausage, milk /Juice and fruit.

 

FFA Week: Next week is FFA Week, come join us at lunch for a week full of fun! Wednesday is the AG Olympics, Thursday is class demonstrations, and Friday is the truck and tractor show. All the fun is in the quad!

 

Interested in Business? Come to N-02 during lunch on February 21st to learn about the Speech & Debate Business initiative, a program designed to give you real world business experience and mentorship from local entrepreneurs. Additional information can be found in N-02.

 

Are you interested in starting a Latinos Unidos Club information session on Thursday, February 21st during lunch in the Student Success Center in the office.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer camps. At the camps, students will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 20.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Military Academy at West Point, the West Point admissions department will hold an informational session in Sacramento on Tuesday, March 12 at 7:00 p.m. At American River College. At the event, you will hear representatives will explain the West Point admissions process in detail. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

03/02 – Coconut Grove – DSHS Bands

03-07 – 03/09 - Theater Department Play

03/08 – Friendship Day

3/11 – Blood Drive

03/14 – Second Articulation, Early Release

03/16 – 3/17 - Jazz Choir Cabaret Dinner Concert

03/16 – Band Festival – Jr & Sr. High Bands

03/19 – Jazz Choir Cabaret Concert, Brunelle Theater

03/22 – Quarter 3 Ends

03/25 – 3/29 Spring Break

04/01 – School Resumes

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/15/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 15, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1879 - U.S. President Hayes signed a bill that allowed female attorneys to argue cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. 

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast 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:

Do you want to make a lot of money with little effort? Of course you do! Come on down to Investment Club in L-22 at lunch to start making money now.

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Boys Basketball vs Sheldon, 7:00

Boys Lacrosse @ Bella Vista, 4:30JV/6:00V                                             dismiss: 2:00JV

Varsity Girls Soccer vs Pitman, 3:30

Varsity Wrestling @ SJS Masters- Playoffs

Varsity Girls Wrestling @ SJS Masters - Playoffs

 

Attention all Spring Sport Athletes who are enrolled in Independent Lifetime Sports:  There will be a mandatory informational meeting on Thursday, February 21st, in the small gym, at the very beginning of 7th period block.  Please arrive on time; the meeting will be fairly short.  This meeting is for students who have officially been selected for their Spring sport official team roster.  You must attend this meeting for information and verification of your enrollment on the team, and in the course.  Email Ms. Crawford with any questions.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

DHS Choral Auditions - Sign up to Audition for Jazz Choir, Madrigals & Advance Treble Choir: Do you want to join one of DHS' auditioned choirs next year? Jazz Choir, Madrigals and ATC will be holding their auditions on March 4-7.  All applicants MUST register by February 22, 2019 to audition. Forms can be found at http://bit.ly/DHSChoirAuditions or at the DHS Office, and more information about each program can be found at http://jazzchoir.net/https://www.davismadrigals.com and http://davishighatc.wixsite.com/atc. Parents of auditioning students are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-audition Parent Meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 4 pm in DHS room P-10 to hear about the audition process and the DHS auditioned choir experience.

 

Auditions for the 2019/20 DHS Symphonic and Jazz bands are available for everyone interested. Please contact Mr. Slabaugh in PA-3 to receive the audition requirements and sign up for an audition time. - Mr. Slabaugh

 

CLUBS:

Wednesday the 20th in room O-1A, join FFA for a pancake breakfast from 8:00-8:45a.m. All are welcome! Two back, two cakes, two sausage, milk /Juice and fruit.

 

FFA Week: Next week is FFA Week, come join us at lunch for a week full of fun! Tuesday is our petting zoo, Wednesday is the AG Olympics, Thursday is class demonstrations, and Friday is the truck and tractor show. All the fun is in the quad!

 

Want to stand out in college applications and make a difference in the community? Join the Type 1 Diabetes Club on Tuesday, February 19th in room P-21. Hope to see you there!

 

Interested in Business? Come to N-02 during lunch on February 21st to learn about the Speech & Debate Business initiative, a program designed to give you real world business experience and mentorship from local entrepreneurs. Additional information can be found in N-02.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer camps. At the camps, students will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 20.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Military Academy at West Point, the West Point admissions department will hold an informational session in Sacramento on Tuesday, March 12 at 7:00 p.m. At American River College. At the event, you will hear representatives will explain the West Point admissions process in detail. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm     

03/02 – Coconut Grove – DSHS Bands

03-07 – 03/09 - Theater Department Play

03/08 – Friendship Day

3/11 – Blood Drive

03/14 – Second Articulation, Early Release

03/16 – 3/17 - Jazz Choir Cabaret Dinner Concert

03/16 – Band Festival – Jr & Sr. High Bands

03/19 – Jazz Choir Cabaret Concert, Brunelle Theater

03/22 – Quarter 3 Ends

03/25 – 3/29 Spring Break

04/01 – School Resumes

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/14/19




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Parent Driver Forms are now online!

It's just a few easy steps:

1. Click the link and log in with your name and email address

2. Fill out all of the highlighted areas on page 1 (include all your students in the district)

3. Electronically sign page 2 by typing your name

4. Scroll to the end of the form, click on 'Add Attachments' and upload a copy of your CA Driver's License and current auto insurance card.

5. Hit submit. Easy!

 

Parent Driver Form:

https://app.informedk12.com/link_campaigns/parent-driver-form-djusd-electronic-form?token=uguafiCt3eRRJoauPL88aUJ7

 

*If your auto insurance expires before the end of the sport season or end of school year, you will need to provide updated copies directly to the School Secretary (put in identified secretary’s email) who will upload the copy for you. You will not be able to re-access your form once it has been submitted. 

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Posted by: Maddie Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 2/14/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 14, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1849 - The first photograph of a U.S. President, while in office, was taken by Matthew Brady in New York City. President James Polk was the subject of the picture.

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:

Varsity Girls Basketball vs Monterey Trail, 7:00pm

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

DHS Choral Auditions - Sign up to Audition for Jazz Choir, Madrigals & Advance Treble Choir: Do you want to join one of DHS' auditioned choirs next year? Jazz Choir, Madrigals and ATC will be holding their auditions on March 4-7.  All applicants MUST register by February 22, 2019 to audition. Forms can be found at http://bit.ly/DHSChoirAuditions or at the DHS Office, and more information about each program can be found at http://jazzchoir.net/https://www.davismadrigals.com and http://davishighatc.wixsite.com/atc. Parents of auditioning students are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-audition Parent Meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 4 pm in DHS room P-10 to hear about the audition process and the DHS auditioned choir experience.

 

The turn in date for AP Art Studio portfolios has been extended to Friday, Feb 15.  See any Art teacher for more information.

 

Auditions for the 2019/20 DHS Symphonic and Jazz bands are available for everyone interested. Please contact Mr. Slabaugh in PA-3 to receive the audition requirements and sign up for an audition time. - Mr. Slabaugh

 

CLUBS:

Do you want the opportunity to shadow a city official for the day? Youth in Government applications are available in ASC-100 and the office. Informational meeting will be this Friday, February 15th at lunch in the ASC-100.

 

Wednesday the 20th in room O-1A, join FFA for a pancake breakfast from 8:00-8:45a.m. All are welcome! Two back, two cakes, two sausage, milk /Juice and fruit.

 

FFA Week: Next week is FFA Week, come join us at lunch for a week full of fun! Tuesday is our petting zoo, Wednesday is the AG Olympics, Thursday is class demonstrations, and Friday is the truck and tractor show. All the fun is in the quad!

 

Want to stand out in college applications and make a difference in the community? Join the Type 1 Diabetes Club on Tuesday, February 19th in room P-21. Hope to see you there!

 

Feminism Club is collecting donations for Saint John’s Program for Real Change – a Shelter for Women and Children. Help those in our community by bringing in socks, personal hygiene items, baby formula or other items to L-28 between 2/14 and 3/7. Follow @dhsfeminism Club on Instagram for the full list of items needed.

 

Do you want to make a lot of money with little effort? Of course you do! Come on down to Investment Club in L-22 every Friday at lunch to start making money now.

 

Hey, key Clubbers! Registration will be held in front of S-12 during lunch. If you are returning member bring last semester completed hour sheet. If you are a new member interested in joining, bring $13.

 

Drums on the Quad this Friday at lunch: come celebrate Black History Month with a drum presentation put on by the Fenix Drum and Dance Company. Listen to authentic drumming from West Africa, the Congo, and the Caribbean. Better yet, join in and play the drums with this dynamic drumming group.

 

Interested in Business? Come to N-02 during lunch on February 21st to learn about the Speech & Debate Business initiative, a program designed to give you real world business experience and mentorship from local entrepreneurs. Additional information can be found in N-02.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, February 15 at lunch in the Career Center. Financial literacy classes are open to all students are a great way to learn money management skills!  Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union will discuss taxes and how to file a tax return if you have a job. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer camps. At the camps, students will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 20.  Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

If you are interested in learning about the United States Military Academy at West Point, the West Point admissions department will hold an informational session in Sacramento on Tuesday, March 12 at 7:00 p.m. At American River College. At the event, you will hear representatives will explain the West Point admissions process in detail. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                     

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm          

03/02 – Coconut Grove – DSHS Bands

03-07 – 03/09 - Theater Department Play

03/08 – Friendship Day

3/11 – Blood Drive

03/14 – Second Articulation, Early Release

03/16 – 3/17 - Jazz Choir Cabaret Dinner Concert

03/16 – Band Festival – Jr & Sr. High Bands

03/19 – Jazz Choir Cabaret Concert, Brunelle Theater

03/22 – Quarter 3 Ends

03/25 – 3/29 Spring Break

04/01 – School Resumes

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 2/13/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 13, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1880 - Thomas Edison observed what became known as the Edison Effect for the first time.

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.

 

ATHLETICS:

Varsity Boys Basketball @ Monterrey Trail, 7:00

Varsity Girls Soccer vs Edison, 3:00                                                   dismiss: 12:52V

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

The turn in date for AP Art Studio portfolios has been extended to Friday, Feb 15.  See any Art teacher for more information.

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

DHS Choral Auditions - Sign up to Audition for Jazz Choir, Madrigals & Advance Treble Choir: Do you want to join one of DHS' auditioned choirs next year? Jazz Choir, Madrigals and ATC will be holding their auditions on March 4-7.  All applicants MUST register by February 22, 2019 to audition. Forms can be found at http://bit.ly/DHSChoirAuditions or at the DHS Office, and more information about each program can be found at http://jazzchoir.net/https://www.davismadrigals.com and http://davishighatc.wixsite.com/atc. Parents of auditioning students are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-audition Parent Meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 4 pm in DHS room P-10 to hear about the audition process and the DHS auditioned choir experience.

 

CLUBS:

HUB is great to come to L-28! Don’t hesitate, it’s probably fate! For those interested in Graphic Art Photography, being a Business Manager, or a webmaster, pick up a HUB application in L-28 or in the office.

 

Feminism Club is collecting donations for Saint John’s Program for Real Change – a Shelter for Women and Children. Help those in our community by bringing in socks, personal hygiene items, baby formula or other items to L-28 between 2/14 and 3/7. Follow @dhsfeminism Club on Instagram for the full list of items needed.

 

Do you want to make a lot of money with little effort? Of course you do! Come on down to Investment Club in L-22 every Friday at lunch to start making money now.

 

Hey, key Clubbers! Registration will be held in front of S-12 during lunch. If you are returning member bring last semester completed hour sheet. If you are a new member interested in joining, bring $13.

 

Drums on the Quad this Friday at lunch: come celebrate Black History Month with a drum presentation put on by the Fenix Drum and Dance Company. Listen to authentic drumming from West Africa, the Congo, and the Caribbean. Better yet, join in and play the drums with this dynamic drumming group.

 

 

Interested in Business? Come to N-02 during lunch on February 21st to learn about the Speech & Debate Business initiative, a program designed to give you real world business experience and mentorship from local entrepreneurs. Additional information can be found in N-02.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

Students interested in pursuing a career as a veterinarian are invited to attend UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine’s “Future Day” on Saturday, April 20 from 8:00 – 3:00. Future Day will focus on careers in veterinary medicine, offer hands-on activities and interactive labs, and will show students what being a veterinarian is all about. The event is free and includes a light breakfast and lunch. Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, February 15 at lunch in the Career Center. Financial literacy classes are open to all students are a great way to learn money management skills!  Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union will discuss taxes and how to file a tax return if you have a job. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

Need a job?  Davis Youth Softball Association is looking for Youth Umpires for the spring softball season.  Pay is $25 per game, hours are flexible, and training, gear and uniform will be provided.  Deadline to apply is March 1.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm     

03/01 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Emerson Jr. High

03/02 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Diner & Concert

03/02 – Coconut Grove – DSHS Bands

03/03 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Dinner & Concert

03-07 – 03/09 - Theater Department Play

03/08 – Friendship Day

3/11 – Blood Drive

03/14 – Second Articulation, Early Release

03/15 – 3/16 - Jazz Choir Cabaret

03/16 – Band Festival – Jr & Sr. High Bands

03/17 – Jazz Choir Cabaret

03/22 – Quarter 3 Ends

03/25 – 3/29 Spring Break

04/01 – School Resumes

 

 

 

 

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 12, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1912 - China's boy emperor Hsuan T'ung announced that he was abdicating, ending the Manchu Ch'ing dynasty. Subsequently, the Republic of China was established.

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!

Reminder! Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. Come join us for an early morning breakfast on Sleep In day!

 

TODAY:

Come to Culture Club! Where you can learn about different cultures and gain a different perspective of cultures around the globe. It will be happening in room P-23 at lunch every Tuesday. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Lacrosse vs Rio Americano, 7:00V

Boys Soccer @ Playoffs - TBA

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Wednesday, Feb 13th is the Due date for AP Art Studio Portfolios.  Turn in to any art teacher.

 

DHS Choral Auditions - Sign up to Audition for Jazz Choir, Madrigals & Advance Treble Choir: Do you want to join one of DHS' auditioned choirs next year? Jazz Choir, Madrigals and ATC will be holding their auditions on March 4-7.  All applicants MUST register by February 22, 2019 to audition. Forms can be found at http://bit.ly/DHSChoirAuditions or at the DHS Office, and more information about each program can be found at http://jazzchoir.net/https://www.davismadrigals.com and http://davishighatc.wixsite.com/atc. Parents of auditioning students are strongly encouraged to attend the pre-audition Parent Meeting on Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 4 pm in DHS room P-10 to hear about the audition process and the DHS auditioned choir experience.

 

CLUBS:

HUB is great to come to L-28! Don’t hesitate, it’s probably fate! For those interested in Graphic Art Photography, being a Business Manager, or a webmaster, pick up a HUB application in L-28 or in the office.

 

Feminism Club is collecting donations for Saint John’s Program for Real Change – a Shelter for Women and Children. Help those in our community by bringing in socks, personal hygiene items, baby formula or other items to L-28 between 2/14 and 3/7. Follow @dhsfeminism Club on Instagram for the full list of items needed.

 

Do you want to make a lot of money with little effort? Of course you do! Come on down to Investment Club in L-22 every Friday at lunch to start making money now.

 

Hey, key Clubbers! Registration will be held in front of S-12 during lunch. If you are returning member bring last semester completed hour sheet. If you are a new member interested in joining  bring $13.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you plan to attend community college this fall, come to Sacramento City College’s orientation event in the Career Center on Wednesday, February 13 at 10:40 am. Orientation is required for all new students and is where you will learn how to choose classes, find college resources, learn the types of degrees available and more. Come to the Career Center to sign up!

 

Students interested in pursuing a career as a veterinarian are invited to attend UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine’s “Future Day” on Saturday, April 20 from 8:00 – 3:00. Future Day will focus on careers in veterinary medicine, offer hands-on activities and interactive labs, and will show students what being a veterinarian is all about. The event is free and includes a light breakfast and lunch. Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, February 15 at lunch in the Career Center. Financial literacy classes are open to all students are a great way to learn money management skills!  Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union will discuss taxes and how to file a tax return if you have a job. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

Need a job?  Davis Youth Softball Association is looking for Youth Umpires for the spring softball season.  Pay is $25 per game, hours are flexible, and training, gear and uniform will be provided.  Deadline to apply is March 1.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm     

03/01 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Emerson Jr. High

03/02 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Diner & Concert

03/02 – Coconut Grove – DSHS Bands

03/03 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Dinner & Concert

03-07 – 03/09 - Theater Department Play

03/08 – Friendship Day

3/11 – Blood Drive

03/14 – Second Articulation, Early Release

03/15 – 3/16 - Jazz Choir Cabaret

03/16 – Band Festival – Jr & Sr. High Bands

03/17 – Jazz Choir Cabaret

03/22 – Quarter 3 Ends

03/25 – 3/29 Spring Break

04/01 – School Resumes

 

 

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Beginning today through February 12, the Unitrans T and A/Z lines will be altered due to road construction. This temporary change may affect students attending Harper and Davis Senior High. For more information and updates please visit the Unitrans website.

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Published: 2/7/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 8, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1952 - Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the British throne. Her father, George VI, had died on February 6.

MENU DHS:

  • Breakfast 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:

Calling all artists Art for Cure is looking for painters and designers to help paint a recycling bin near the track. If interested come to out meeting, in L-27. 

 

Mark your calendars for the Environmental Club Movie Night! Come to the library at 7:00pm to watch Wall-E and hang out! Admission is free, but there will be a bake sale. See you there!

 

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

 

Interested in Biomedical Engineering? Join Women in Stem in welcoming Dr. Marc Facciotti, a specialist in microbial systems biology at UCD. Come to S-05 at lunch for this great opportunity!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball vs Jesuit, 4:00F/5:30JV

Girls Basketball vs St. Francis, 4:00F/ 5:30JV

Boys Frosh Soccer vs Rio Americano, 7:15pm

Wrestling @ Elk Grove HS                                                                          All-day: select roster

Girls Wrestling @ Natomas                                                                        All-day: select roster

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13. See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having registration this week during lunch in front of S-12. Please bring your completed hour sheet.

 

HUB is great to come to L-28! Don’t hesitate, it’s probably fate! For those interested in Graphic Art Photography, being a Business Manager, or a webmaster, pick up a HUB application in L-28 or in the office.

 

Come to Culture Club! Where you can learn about different cultures and gain a different perspective of cultures around the globe. It will be happening in room P-23 at lunch every Tuesday. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you plan to attend community college this fall, come to Sacramento City College’s orientation event in the Career Center on Wednesday, February 13 at 10:40 am. Orientation is required for all new students and is where you will learn how to choose classes, find college resources, learn the types of degrees available and more. Come to the Career Center to sign up!

 

Students interested in pursuing a career as a veterinarian are invited to attend UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine’s “Future Day” on Saturday, April 20 from 8:00 – 3:00. Future Day will focus on careers in veterinary medicine, offer hands-on activities and interactive labs, and will show students what being a veterinarian is all about. The event is free and includes a light breakfast and lunch. Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm     

03/01 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Emerson Jr. High

03/02 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Diner & Concert

03/02 – Coconut Grove – DSHS Bands

03/03 – Jazz Choir Cabaret, Dinner & Concert

03-07 – 03/09 - Theater Department Play

03/08 – Friendship Day

3/11 – Blood Drive

03/14 – Second Articulation, Early Release

03/15 – 3/16 - Jazz Choir Cabaret

03/16 – Band Festival – Jr & Sr. High Bands

03/17 – Jazz Choir Cabaret

03/22 – Quarter 3 Ends

03/25 – 3/29 Spring Break

04/01 – School Resumes

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 7, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1795 - The 11th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified.

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:

Join the School Social Climate Committee at lunch to talk about social justice at DHSThe meeting is in the Library West Conference Room. If you'd like to have a first-hand role in improving the school, the committee is the place for you. Our unique role between the school's administration and the students makes real change at DHS possible. The committee is also looking for new leadership for next year, so all who are interested should make sure to come! Pizza will be served.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball vs Jesuit @ Golden 1 Center

Girls Basketball vs St. Francis @ Golden 1 Center

Boys Frosh Soccer vs Ponderosa, 7:15pm

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13. See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Students please remember this Friday; we will have Rally Schedule for ASB Elections Assembly.

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

 

Attention all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Orchestra String Students, The sign up schedule for the 2019-20 DHS Orchestra Program Placement Auditions will be posted in the music room (PA-3) this week. The sign up deadline is set for Friday, February 8th so please sign up for a time ASAP. Please write clearly so I can create the final schedule accurately, which I will post in PA-3 the week of February 18th. Once the schedule is posted, please check your final posted time to make sure it is accurate and there is not a conflict for you. When you sign up for an audition time also pick up the registration form that each student is required to fill out and turn in when they arrive for their audition. Please fill it out to turn in when you check in for your audition warm up time. I look forward to listening to all of your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

Want to send something sweet to your someone sweet? Valentine’s Day grams are on-sale in the quad for $1 dollar apiece all week.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having registration this week during lunch in front of S-12. Please bring your completed hour sheet.

 

Mark your calendars for this Friday, February 8th, for the Environmental Club Movie Night! Come to the library at 7:00pm to watch Wall-E and hang out! Admission is free, but there will be a bake sale. See you there!

 

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

 

Interested in Biomedical Engineering? Join Women in Stem in welcoming Dr. Marc Facciotti, a specialist in microbial systems biology at UCD. Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch for this great opportunity!

 

Calling all artists Art for Cure is looking for painters and designers to help paint a recycling bin near the track. If interested come to out meeting this Friday, February 8th, in L-27. 

 

HUB is great to come to L-28! Don’t hesitate, it’s probably fate! For those interested in Graphic Art Photography, being a Business Manager, or a webmaster, pick up a HUB application in L-28 or in the office.

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

 

If you plan to attend community college this fall, come to Sacramento City College’s orientation event in the Career Center on Wednesday, February 13 at 10:40 am. Orientation is required for all new students and is where you will learn how to choose classes, find college resources, learn the types of degrees available and more. Come to the Career Center to sign up!

 

Students interested in pursuing a career as a veterinarian are invited to attend UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine’s “Future Day” on Saturday, April 20 from 8:00 – 3:00. Future Day will focus on careers in veterinary medicine, offer hands-on activities and interactive labs, and will show students what being a veterinarian is all about. The event is free and includes a light breakfast and lunch. Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 6:45pm

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm     

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The Yolo Careers in Education Forum is tomorrow, February 6! Come learn about careers and job openings in local school districts. This event is from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Yolo Solano Center for Teacher Credentialing. 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 6, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1987 - President Ronald Reagan turned 76 years old this day and became the oldest U.S. President in history.

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 hey hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips by TODAY. If you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to Friendship Day on Friday the 8th! All aboard the Friendship ship! Toot toot!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Pleasant Grove, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V                               dismiss: 2:30JV

Girls Frosh Basketball @ El Dorado, 4:00

Boys Soccer vs Consumnes Oaks, 3:30V/5:00JV                                              dismiss: 2:45V

Girls Soccer @ Consumnes Oaks, 3:30JV/5:30V                                             dismiss: 1:30JV  

 

Come cheer on the Davis Senior High Varsity Girls & Boys Basketball teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Thursday, February 7 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Girls play at 6:00pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DSHS Finance Office. This is a fundraiser for the DSHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Attention all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Orchestra String Students, The sign up schedule for the 2019-20 DHS Orchestra Program Placement Auditions will be posted in the music room (PA-3) this week.  The sign up deadline is set for Friday, February 8th so please sign up for a time ASAP.  Please  write clearly so I can create the final schedule accurately, which I will post in PA-3 the week of February 18th. Once the schedule is posted, please check your final posted time to make sure it is accurate and there is not a conflict for you.  When you sign up for an audition time also pick up the registration form that each student is required to fill out and turn in when they arrive for their audition. Please fill it out to turn in when you check in for your audition warm up time. I look forward to listening to all of your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

 

Want to send something sweet to your someone sweet? Valentine’s Day grams are on-sale in the quad for $1 dollar apiece all week.

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year who has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form.

 

Join the School Social Climate Committee this Thursday at lunch to talk about social justice at DHS.  The meeting is in the Library West Conference Room. If you'd like to have a first-hand role in improving the school, the committee is the place for you. Our unique role between the school's administration and the students makes real change at DHS possible. The committee is also looking for new leadership for next year, so all who are interested should make sure to come! Pizza will be served.

 

Davis Senior High School Health & Wellness Presents: Youth Empowerment and Higher Education on February 7, 2019 at 11:40 am in Room L 105. You can sign up at the SSC or AC.

 

Students please remember this Friday; we will have Rally Schedule for ASB Elections Assembly.

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

CLUBS:

The next presentation for the Student Health & Wellness series is this Thursday, February 7th at lunch in room L-015. Guest speakers will be hosting a panel on the topic of Youth Empowerment and higher education. Stop by the Student Success Center or Academic Center to sign up.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having registration this week during lunch in front of S-12. Please bring your completed hour sheet.

 

Mark your calendars for this Friday, February 8th, for the Environmental Club Movie Night! Come to the library at 7:00pm to watch Wall-E and hang out! Admission is free, but there will be a bake sale. See you there!

 

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

 

Interested in Biomedical Engineering? Join Women in Stem in welcoming Dr. Marc Facciotti, a specialist in microbial systems biology at UCD. Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch for this great opportunity!

 

Calling all artists Art for Cure is looking for painters and designers to help paint a recycling bin near the track. If interested come to out meeting this Friday, February 8th, in L-27. 

 

CAREERS:

SENIORS: It’s scholarship time! If you would like free money for college, then you should apply for scholarships! Nineteen local community scholarships are now being offered for seniors graduating from a Davis high school. You can find these local scholarships and many more in the Career Center’s Scholarship Bulletin or on Naviance. Come to the Career Center to apply for scholarships!

IMPORTANT DATES:                                      

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 6:45pm

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm        

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 5, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1917 - The U.S. Congress passed the Immigration Act of 1917 (Asiatic Barred Zone Act) with an overwhelming majority. The action overrode President Woodrow Wilson's December 14, 1916 veto. 

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 Tacos Tuesday! The ASC Café is now offering carnita tacos in addition to chicken, ground beef and vegan tacos!

Reminder! Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53 a.m. come join us for an early morning breakfast on Sleep In day!

 

TODAY:

Come to the Culture Club! Where you can learn about different cultures and gain a different perspective of cultures around the Globe. It will be happening in room P-23. At lunch every Tuesday. Hope to see you there!

 

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

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Frosh Basketball vs Laguna Creek, 4:00

Girls Basketball vs Pleasant Grove, 5:30JV/7:00V

 

Come cheer on the Davis Senior High Varsity Girls & Boys Basketball teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Thursday, February 7 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Girls play at 6:00pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DSHS Finance Office. This is a fundraiser for the DSHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Jazz Choir Cabaret Tickets On Sale Now - Tickets for the Jazz Choir Cabaret performances are on sale now. Dinner shows will be held Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17 at Emerson Junior High. This year’s event boasts a delicious catered dinner - served by the performers - hand-made craft mocktails, silent auction, and a fabulous musical performance running throughout the evening. Doors open at 5 p.m. so guests can browse silent-auction items before enjoying the show, which starts at 6 p.m. A concert-only performance will be held on Tuesday, March 19 at Brunelle Performance Hall at DHS at 7pm. To learn more about the event and buy your tickets, visit http://jazzchoir.net.

 

Attention all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Orchestra String Students, The sign up schedule for the 2019-20 DHS Orchestra Program Placement Auditions will be posted in the music room (PA-3) this week.  The sign up deadline is set for Friday, February 8th so please sign up for a time ASAP.  Please  write clearly so I can create the final schedule accurately, which I will post in PA-3 the week of February 18th. Once the schedule is posted, please check your final posted time to make sure it is accurate and there is not a conflict for you.  When you sign up for an audition time also pick up the registration form that each student is required to fill out and turn in when they arrive for their audition. Please fill it out to turn in when you check in for your audition warm up time. I look forward to listening to all of your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

 

Want to send something sweet to your someone sweet? Valentine’s Day grams are on-sale in the quad for $1 dollar apiece all week.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year who has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form.

 

Join the School Social Climate Committee this Thursday at lunch to talk about social justice at DHS.  The meeting is in the Library West Conference Room. If you'd like to have a first-hand role in improving the school, the committee is the place for you. Our unique role between the school's administration and the students makes real change at DHS possible. The committee is also looking for new leadership for next year, so all who are interested should make sure to come! Pizza will be served.

 

CLUBS:

The next presentation for the Student Health & Wellness series is this Thursday, February 7th at lunch in room L-015. Guest speakers will be hosting a panel on the topic of Youth Empowerment and higher education. Stop by the Student Success Center or Academic Center to sign up.

 

Hey CSF! Registration is upon us and it lasts from February 4th until the 15th. Make sure you have your Semester 1 Report Card, a filled out pink registration form, $5, and a completed green hours sheet if you’re a returning member.

 

Hey hey hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips by Wednesday the 6th. if you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to Friendship Day on Friday the 8th! All aboard the Friendship ship! Toot toot!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having registration this week during lunch in front of S-12. Please bring your completed hour sheet.

 

Mark your calendars for this Friday, February 8th, for the Environmental Club Movie Night! Come to the library at 7:00pm to watch Wall-E and hang out! Admission is free, but there will be a bake sale. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

If you are a student interested in STEM skills and careers, the Society of American Military Engineers is offering several Engineering and Construction summer camps where students will learn about teamwork, leadership, project management, and the many career options available in STEM fields.  Deadline to apply is March 15.  Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/05 – Incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 6:45pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm      

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 4, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1789 - Electors unanimously chose George Washington to be the first president 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 nachos (Beef and Nacho Cheese and Bean and Cheese), Grilled veggie sandwich and Roasted Chicken with mashed potatoes and gravy.

 

TODAY:

Interested in playing girls badminton for DSHS? There will be a mandatory info meeting @ 4pm in the DSHS Library. Official Badminton practices will begin Wednesday, February 6th @ 4pm on the DSHS Soccer field. You must be cleared with the Athletics Office in order to participate. Register for sports at www.athleticclearance.com

 

Happy Chinese New Year! Chinese Culture Club will hold a celebration today at lunch in front of the All Student Center. There will be many fun games and lion dance show. Bring your friend and join us Celebrate Chinese New Year together!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Soccer @ Sheldon, 3:30V/5:00JV                                         dismiss: 1:40V-2:35JV

Girls Soccer vs Sheldon, 3:30JV/5:00V                                         dismiss: 2:00JV

 

Come cheer on the Davis Senior High Varsity Girls & Boys Basketball teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Thursday, February 7 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Girls play at 6:00pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DSHS Finance Office. This is a fundraiser for the DSHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and

the RSJ classes.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Jazz Choir Cabaret Tickets On Sale Now - Tickets for the Jazz Choir Cabaret performances are on sale now. Dinner shows will be held Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17 at Emerson Junior High. This year’s event boasts a delicious catered dinner - served by the performers - hand-made craft mocktails, silent auction, and a fabulous musical performance running throughout the evening. Doors open at 5 p.m. so guests can browse silent-auction items before enjoying the show, which starts at 6 p.m. A concert-only performance will be held on Tuesday, March 19 at Brunelle Performance Hall at DHS at 7pm. To learn more about the event and buy your tickets, visit http://jazzchoir.net.

 

Attention all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Orchestra String Students, The sign up schedule for the 2019-20 DHS Orchestra Program Placement Auditions will be posted in the music room (PA-3) this week.  The sign up deadline is set for Friday, February 8th so please sign up for a time ASAP.  Please  write clearly so I can create the final schedule accurately, which I will post in PA-3 the week of February 18th. Once the schedule is posted, please check your final posted time to make sure it is accurate and there is not a conflict for you.  When you sign up for an audition time also pick up the registration form that each student is required to fill out and turn in when they arrive for their audition. Please fill it out to turn in when you check in for your audition warm up time. I look forward to listening to all of your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

 

Want to send something sweet to your someone sweet? Valentine’s Day grams are on-sale in the quad for $1 dollar apiece all week.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year who has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form.

 

CLUBS:

The next presentation for the Student Health & Wellness series is this Thursday, February 7th at lunch in room L-015. Guest speakers will be hosting a panel on the topic of Youth Empowerment and higher education. Stop by the Student Success Center or Academic Center to sign up.

 

Hey CSF! Registration is upon us and it lasts from February 4th until the 15th. Make sure you have your Semester 1 Report Card, a filled out pink registration form, $5, and a completed green hours sheet if you’re a returning member.

 

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

 

Come to the Culture Club! Where you can learn about different cultures and gain will be happening in room P-23. At lunch every Tuesday. Hope to see you there!

 

CAREERS:

If you are a student interested in STEM skills and careers, the Society of American Military Engineers is offering several Engineering and Construction summer camps where students will learn about teamwork, leadership, project management, and the many career options available in STEM fields.  Deadline to apply is March 15.  Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – Incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 6:45pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm      

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Published: 2/1/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     February 1, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1865 - U.S. President Abraham Lincoln signed a Joint Resolution submitting the proposed 13th Amendment to the 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 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 Women in STEM! Our last coding workshop with the American Women in Mathematics is in room S-05! Don’t miss out!

 

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

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Basketball vs Woodcreek, 4:00F/7:00V                   

Girls JV Basketball vs Napa, 5:30pm

Boys Soccer vs Jesuit, 5:00JV/7:00V

Girls Soccer @ Cristo Rey, 4:00V/6:00JV                                 dismiss: 2:00V

 

Come cheer on the Davis Senior High Varsity Girls & Boys Basketball teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Thursday, February 7 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Girls play at 6:00pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DSHS Finance Office. This is a fundraiser for the DSHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

Interested in playing girls badminton for DSHS? There will be a mandatory info meeting Monday, February 4th @ 4pm in the DSHS Library. Official Badminton practices will begin Wednesday, February 6th @ 4pm on the DSHS Soccer field. You must be cleared with the Athletics Office in order to participate. Register for sports at www.athleticclearance.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Attention all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Orchestra String Students, The sign up schedule for the 2019-20 DHS Orchestra Program Placement Auditions will be posted in the music room (PA-3) this week.  The sign up deadline is set for Friday, February 8th so please sign up for a time ASAP.  Please  write clearly so I can create the final schedule accurately, which I will post in PA-3 the week of February 18th. Once the schedule is posted, please check your final posted time to make sure it is accurate and there is not a conflict for you.  When you sign up for an audition time also pick up the registration form that each student is required to fill out and turn in when they arrive for their audition. Please fill it out to turn in when you check in for your audition warm up time. I look forward to listening to all of your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

 

Want to send something sweet to your someone sweet? Valentine’s Day grams are on-sale in the quad for $1 dollar apiece all week.

 

Tickets are now available, for Finals of Davis Idol this Saturday! $10 in advance, come see 10 students compete for $150, your audience vote counts, cheer on Lily Linaweaver, Bela Acosta, and many others. Be thrilled when last year’s winner, Simmone Gamble takes the stage. Tickets are available in PA-8 or through any ATC student.

 

Jazz Choir Cabaret Tickets On Sale Now - Tickets for the Jazz Choir Cabaret performances are on sale now. Dinner shows will be held Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17 at Emerson Junior High. This year’s event boasts a delicious catered dinner - served by the performers - hand-made craft mocktails, silent auction, and a fabulous musical performance running throughout the evening. Doors open at 5 p.m. so guests can browse silent-auction items before enjoying the show, which starts at 6 p.m. A concert-only performance will be held on Tuesday, March 19 at Brunelle Performance Hall at DHS at 7pm. To learn more about the event and buy your tickets, visit http://jazzchoir.net.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year who has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form.

 

CLUBS:

The next presentation for the Student Health & Wellness series is this Thursday, February 7th at lunch in room L-015. Guest speakers will be hosting a panel on the topic of Youth Empowerment and higher education. Stop by the Student Success Center or Academic Center to sign up.

 

CAREERS:

If you are a student interested in STEM skills and careers, the Society of American Military Engineers is offering several Engineering and Construction summer camps where students will learn about teamwork, leadership, project management, and the many career options available in STEM fields.  Deadline to apply is March 15.  Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – Incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 6:45pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm          

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Published: 1/31/19




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TK + Kindergarten information nights begin February 5! Please visit our TK/Kindergarten website for exact dates for each school. 

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Published: 1/30/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 31, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1865 - The 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed by the U.S. House of Representatives. It was ratified by the necessary number of states on December 6, 1865. The amendment abolished slavery 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: 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 Frosh Basketball @ Placer, 4:00pm

Boys Frosh Soccer vs Jesuit, 7:15pm

 

Attention 9-12 grade student-athletes interested in track and field at Davis High.  If you intend to tryout for this year’s team, you must submit your “intent to tryout” form to Coach Elliott by Friday, February 1.  If you do not submit this form, you do not get to tryout.  Please contact Coach Elliott selliott@djusd.net or visit www.dhstrack.com for more information. 

 

Come cheer on the Davis Senior High Varsity Girls & Boys Basketball teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Thursday, February 7 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Girls play at 6:00pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DSHS Finance Office. This is a fundraiser for the DSHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

Interested in playing girls badminton for DSHS? There will be a mandatory info meeting Monday, February 4th @ 4pm in the DSHS Library. Official Badminton practices will begin Wednesday, February 6th @ 4pm on the DSHS Soccer field. You must be cleared with the Athletics Office in order to participate. Register for sports at www.athleticclearance.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Attention all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Orchestra String Students, The sign up schedule for the 2019-20 DHS Orchestra Program Placement Auditions will be posted in the music room (PA-3) this week.  The sign up deadline is set for Friday, February 8th so please sign up for a time ASAP.  Please  write clearly so I can create the final schedule accurately, which I will post in PA-3 the week of February 18th. Once the schedule is posted, please check your final posted time to make sure it is accurate and there is not a conflict for you.  When you sign up for an audition time also pick up the registration form that each student is required to fill out and turn in when they arrive for their audition. Please fill it out to turn in when you check in for your audition warm up time. I look forward to listening to all of your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

 

Want to send something sweet to your someone sweet? Valentine’s Day grams are on-sale in the quad for $1 dollar a piece all week.

 

Tickets are now available, for Finals of Davis Idol this Saturday! $10 in advance, come see 10 students compete for $150, your audience vote counts, cheer on Lily Linaweaver, Bela Acosta, and many others. Be thrilled when last year’s winner, Simmone Gamble takes the stage. Tickets are available in PA-8 or through any ATC student.

 

SENIORS!  Prices increase Feb 1st for Grad Night tickets so be sure to go online today at www.davisgradnight.org to buy your ticket!  Please see your counselor if you need financial assistance.  Our goal is to have 100% attendance from all graduating seniors for the party of the year. 

 

CLUBS:

Hey NHS! Registration is happening until February 1st in front of S-12 at lunch. Bring a transcript, $5 dollars, and an hour sheet. See you there! 

 

Hey Women in STEM! Our last coding workshop with the American Women in Mathematics is on Friday at lunch  in S-05! Don’t miss out!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary 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:

If you are a student interested in STEM skills and careers, the Society of American Military Engineers is offering several Engineering and Construction summer camps where students will learn about teamwork, leadership, project management, and the many career options available in STEM fields.  Deadline to apply is March 15.  Come to the Career Center for a flyer.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – Incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 6:45pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 30, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1844 - Richard Theodore Greener became the first African American to graduate from Harvard 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: Today’s lunch specials are Chicken Chow Mein, Pull Pork Sandwich, Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo, Turkey/Apple/Cheddar Panini.

 

TODAY:

Interested in learning more about block chain and cryptocurrencies and their application in business , management crowdfunding, and crowd voting , come to room A-7 during lunch to hear the UC Davis, Professor of Management Science at UC Davis Business School speak on this topic!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Franklin, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V                                   dismiss: 2:30JV

Skiing @ Sugar Bowl                                                                                 all-day

Boys Soccer @ Pleasant Grove, 3:00JV/3:00V                                        dismiss: 1:40JV-V

Girls Soccer vs Pleasant Grove, 3:30V/5:00JV                                        dismiss: 2:00V

 

Attention 9-12 grade student-athletes interested in track and field at Davis High.  If you intend to tryout for this year’s team, you must submit your “intent to tryout” form to Coach Elliott by Friday, February 1.  If you do not submit this form, you do not get to tryout.  Please contact Coach Elliott selliott@djusd.net or visit www.dhstrack.com for more information. 

 

Come cheer on the Davis Senior High Varsity Girls & Boys Basketball teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Thursday, February 7 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Girls play at 6:00pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DSHS Finance Office. This is a fundraiser for the DSHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

 

Come join us in Davis, CA on Saturday, February 23rd from 1:00-4:00 PM for an incredible FREE opportunity to learn about a number of life-changing gap year programs from all around the world! For more information, visit our website at usagapyearfairs.org. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. See you there!

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Attention all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Orchestra String Students, The sign up schedule for the 2019-20 DHS Orchestra Program Placement Auditions will be posted in the music room (PA-3) this week.  The sign up deadline is set for Friday, February 8th so please sign up for a time ASAP.  Please  write clearly so I can create the final schedule accurately, which I will post in PA-3 the week of February 18th. Once the schedule is posted, please check your final posted time to make sure it is accurate and there is not a conflict for you.  When you sign up for an audition time also pick up the registration form that each student is required to fill out and turn in when they arrive for their audition. Please fill it out to turn in when you check in for your audition warm up time. I look forward to listening to all of your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

 

CLUBS:

The AP Alumni Quiz for students in Mr. Williams' APUSH class last year has been postponed to January 31st  at lunch in   P-14.  Please prepare and come ready to win an amazing prize.

 

Travel to Korea! The DHS Cultural Exchange Club would like to invite any interested students to our second informational meeting for the Davis-Sang ju 2019 Exchange Program. Please come for a short presentation to Mr. Curley’s room O-4 at lunch this Wednesday January 30th.

 

Hey NHS! Registration is happening until February 1st in front of S-12 at lunch. Bring a transcript, $5 dollars, and an hour sheet. See you there! 

 

Hey Women in STEM! Our last coding workshop with the American Women in Mathematics is on Friday at lunch  in S-05! Don’t miss out!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary 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:

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer camps. At the camps, students will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 20. Applications are in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – Incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm          

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Celebrate women in STEM! Tonight, January 29, the AAUW, Davis Explorit Science Center, and Da Vinci Charter Academy High School invite all students and their families to meet women in STEM careers. More information, including registration, can be found on Da Vinci's website

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 29, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1861 - In America, Kansas became the 34th state of the Union. 

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!

Reminder! Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. Come join us for an early morning breakfast on Sleep In day!

 

TODAY:

Hola! We will be having a Spanish Club meeting. We will be discussing T-Shirt ideas. Hope to see you there!

 

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

 

ATHLETICS:

Basketball Girls vs Franklin, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V                    

Boys Soccer @ Ponderosa, 3:30F

 

Attention 9-12 grade student-athletes interested in track and field at Davis High.  If you intend to tryout for this year’s team, you must submit your “intent to tryout” form to Coach Elliott by Friday, February 1.  If you do not submit this form, you do not get to tryout.  Please contact Coach Elliott selliott@djusd.net or visit www.dhstrack.com for more information. 

Come cheer on the Davis Senior High Varsity Girls & Boys Basketball teams as they take on rivals St. Francis & Jesuit on Thursday, February 7 at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Girls play at 6:00pm and boys play at 7:30pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from a varsity team member or via the DSHS Finance Office. This is a fundraiser for the DSHS basketball programs. See you at the game!

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

Come join us in Davis, CA on Saturday, February 23rd from 1:00-4:00 PM for an incredible FREE opportunity to learn about a number of life-changing gap year programs from all around the world! For more information, visit our website at usagapyearfairs.org. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. See you there!

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

Attention all 9th, 10th, and 11th grade Orchestra String Students, The sign up schedule for the 2019-20 DHS Orchestra Program Placement Auditions will be posted in the music room (PA-3) this week.  The sign up deadline is set for Friday, February 8th so please sign up for a time ASAP.  Please  write clearly so I can create the final schedule accurately, which I will post in PA-3 the week of February 18th. Once the schedule is posted, please check your final posted time to make sure it is accurate and there is not a conflict for you.  When you sign up for an audition time also pick up the registration form that each student is required to fill out and turn in when they arrive for their audition. Please fill it out to turn in when you check in for your audition warm up time. I look forward to listening to all of your hard work, Mr. Moreno.

 

CLUBS:

The AP Alumni Quiz for students in Mr. Williams' APUSH class last year has been postponed to January 31st  at lunch in   P-14.  Please prepare and come ready to win an amazing prize.

 

Travel to Korea! The DHS Cultural Exchange Club would like to invite any interested students to our second informational meeting for the Davis-Sang ju 2019 Exchange Program. Please come for a short presentation to Mr. Curley’s room O-4 at lunch this Wednesday January 30th.

 

Hey NHS! Registration is happening until February 1st in front of S-12 at lunch. Bring a transcript, $5 dollars, and an hour sheet. See you there! 

 

Interested in learning more about block chain and cryptocurrencies and their application in business , management crowdfunding, and crowd voting , come to room A-7 during lunch this Thursday to hear the UC Davis, Professor of Management Science at UC Davis Business School speak on this topic!

 

CAREERS:

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer camps. At the camps, students will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 20. Applications are in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – Incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

02/19 – Open House, 5-7pm     

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 28, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1909 - The United States ended direct control over Cuba.

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:

There will be a mandatory meeting for all new and returning players interested in trying out for the 2019 golf team at 6:00 in the DSHS library. If you are unable to attend, contact coach Ronning by email at kronning1317@gmail.com

 

ATHLETICS:

Skiing Varsity @ Alpine Meadows                                     all-day

Snowboarding Varsity @ Boreal                                       all-day

 

Attention 9-12 grade student-athletes interested in track and field at Davis High.  If you intend to tryout for this year’s team, you must submit your “intent to tryout” form to Coach Elliott by Friday, February 1.  If you do not submit this form, you do not get to tryout.  Please contact Coach Elliott selliott@djusd.net or visit www.dhstrack.com for more information. 

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

Any student wishing to take AP Art studio next year and has not completed the preliminary course, must submit a portfolio of their work to the Art Department by February 13.  See Ms. Diem in A1 to get an informational form if you are interested.

 

Come join us in Davis, CA on Saturday, February 23rd from 1:00-4:00 PM for an incredible FREE opportunity to learn about a number of life-changing gap year programs from all around the world! For more information, visit our website at usagapyearfairs.org. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. See you there!

 

Open House 2019! DHS will host it’s Open House on Tuesday, February 19th, from 5-7 p.m. come visit with our teachers and counselors and learn about our courses and programs.

 

CLUBS:

The AP Alumni Quiz for students in Mr. Williams' APUSH class last year has been postponed to January 31st at lunch in P-14.  Please prepare and come ready to win an amazing prize.

 

Travel to Korea! The DHS Cultural Exchange Club would like to invite any interested students to our second informational meeting for the Davis-Sang ju 2019 Exchange Program. Please come for a short presentation to Mr. Curley’s room O-4 at lunch this Wednesday January 30th.

 

Hola! We will be having a Spanish Club meeting in O-6 this Tuesday. We will be discussing T-Shirt ideas. Hope to see you there!

 

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

 

Hey NHS! Registration is happening until February 1st in front of S-12 at lunch. Bring a transcript, $5 dollars, and an hour sheet. See you there!  

 

CAREERS:

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer camps. At the camps, students will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 20. Applications are in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 25, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1961 - John F. Kennedy presented the first live presidential news conference from Washington, DC. The event was carried on radio and television.

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 Ms. Istas room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side of the library.

 

Calling all Artists! If you are interested in donating art or have pieces available to donate, come to the Art for Care meeting in L-27. We will also be introducing new activities.

 

Are you interested in pursuing a career in Fashion, Graphic Design, Digital Media, Business, Marketing, Video Game Design or Interior Design?  If so, a college admissions rep from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) will be in the Career Center at lunch to discuss all these majors and more! 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball vs Sheldon, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V

Girls Frosh Basketball @ Christian Brothers, 4:00

Girls Basketball @ Sheldon, 5:30JV/7:00V                           

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

Girls Soccer @ Franklin, 3:30V/3:30JV                                                    dismiss: 1:00JV-1:30V

 

There will be a mandatory meeting for all new and returning players interested in trying out for the 2019 golf team on Monday 1/28 at 6:00 in the DSHS library. If you are unable to attend, contact coach Ronning by email at kronning1317@gmail.com

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

CLUBS:

Senior: remind your parents that Monday, January 28th is the LAST DAY to purchase a senior add for the yearbook. GO to the school website to purchase yours!

The AP Alumni Quiz for students in Mr. Williams' APUSH class last year has been postponed to January 31st at lunch in P-14.  Please prepare and come ready to win an amazing prize.

 

CAREERS:

The Rotary Club is offering two all-expense paid summer camps in June for high school juniors: Camp Royal leadership-training camp is filled with ideas and strategies to help students become more effective leaders. Camp Venture is a motivational summer camp for students interested in pursuing a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. The deadline to apply is March 15.  Come to the Career Center for Camp Royal and Camp Venture applications.

 

If you are planning to attend medical school, you should attend Phi Delta Epsilon’s free Pre-Medical Youth Conference on Saturday, April 20 from 9:00 – 4:30 at UC Davis. You will hear from professionals discuss the field of medicine, participate in interactive workshops, learn how to take blood pressure, perform a suture procedure and more.  Admission and lunch are free!  Come to the Career Center for an event flyer.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it’s like to be an FBI agent can apply for the Spring Sacramento FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, April 12 at the FBI headquarters in Roseville.  At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, hidden dangers of social media, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence. Deadline to apply is March 11. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer camps. At the camps, students will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 20. Applications are in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 24, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1848 - James W. Marshall discovered a gold nugget at Sutter's Mill in northern California. The discovery led to the gold rush of '49. 

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:

Basketball Girls @ Sacramento, 5:30JV

Boys Soccer vs Oak Ridge, 7:15F

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are interested in purchasing announcements, please come by to the Office Front Desk to pick up a package. Return the Lifetouch form to the Vice Principal secretary Marlen Cabrera.

 

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

CLUBS:

Keep an eye open for members of the Environmental Club in the All Student Center. They will be helping to sort out compost, recycling, and trash.

 

Senior: remind your parents that Monday, January 28th is the LAST DAY to purchase a senior add for the yearbook. GO to the school website to purchase yours!

 

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.

Nacho Thursday: Emergent Bilingual Event EL Students can bring a friend. Join us on the Quad January 24th at 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm for music, games and free nachos.

 

Calling all Artists! If you are interested in donating art or have pieces available to donate, come to the Art for Care meeting, this Friday in L-27. We will also be introducing new activities.

 

CAREERS:

The Rotary Club is offering two all-expense paid summer camps in June for high school juniors: Camp Royal leadership-training camp is filled with ideas and strategies to help students become more effective leaders. Camp Venture is a motivational summer camp for students interested in pursuing a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. The deadline to apply is March 15.  Come to the Career Center for Camp Royal and Camp Venture applications.

 

Are you interested in pursuing a career in Fashion, Graphic Design, Digital Media, Business, Marketing, Video Game Design or Interior Design?  If so, a college admissions rep from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) will be in the Career Center this Friday, January 25 at lunch to discuss all these majors and more! 

 

If you are planning to attend medical school, you should attend Phi Delta Epsilon’s free Pre-Medical Youth Conference on Saturday, April 20 from 9:00 – 4:30 at UC Davis. You will hear from professionals discuss the field of medicine, participate in interactive workshops, learn how to take blood pressure, perform a suture procedure and more.  Admission and lunch are free!  Come to the Career Center for an event flyer.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it’s like to be an FBI agent can apply for the Spring Sacramento FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, April 12 at the FBI headquarters in Roseville.  At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, hidden dangers of social media, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence. Deadline to apply is March 11. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

If you are a junior boy or junior girl interested in government, come to the Career Center to apply for the American Legion Boys State and Girls State all-expense paid summer camps. At the camps, students will actively participate in all phases of creating and running a working government. Those who apply must have leadership skills and an interest in community and government. Deadline to apply is February 20. Applications are in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/05 – Incoming Senior/Junior Program Planning.

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 23, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1907 - Charles Curtis, of Kansas, began serving in the United States Senate. He was the first American Indian to become a U.S. Senator. He resigned in March of 1929 to become U.S. President Herbert Hoover’s Vice 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: Today’s lunch specials are Chicken Chow Mein, Pull Pork Sandwich, Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo, Turkey/Apple/Cheddar Panini.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Elk Grove, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V – Elk Grove Senior Night

 

Davis High School Basketball Senior Night - Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Join us to honor the Davis High School Basketball Seniors
Ceremony at 6:30 following the JV game
Varsity game at 7:00

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions

Friday, January 25th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the February 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.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are interested in purchasing announcements, please come by to the Office Front Desk to pick up a package. Return the Lifetouch form to the Vice Principal secretary Marlen Cabrera.

 

Valerie Red-Horse will be visiting Davis Senior High School on Thursday, February 7th.  She will be screening her film Mankiller which details the life of Wilma Mankiller, a Native American activist and the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The film will begin in Brunelle Theater at 6 p.m. and then following the film Ms. Red-Horse will give some remarks and take questions about Wilma Mankiller. This event is hosted by the DSHS PTA and the RSJ classes.

 

CLUBS:

Keep an eye open for members of the Environmental Club in the All Student Center. They will be helping to sort out compost, recycling, and trash.

 

Senior: remind your parents that Monday, January 28th is the LAST DAY to purchase a senior add for the yearbook. GO to the school website to purchase yours!

 

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:

The Rotary Club is offering two all-expense paid summer camps in June for high school juniors: Camp Royal leadership-training camp is filled with ideas and strategies to help students become more effective leaders. Camp Venture is a motivational summer camp for students interested in pursuing a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. The deadline to apply is March 15.  Come to the Career Center for Camp Royal and Camp Venture applications.

 

Are you interested in pursuing a career in Fashion, Graphic Design, Digital Media, Business, Marketing, Video Game Design or Interior Design?  If so, a college admissions rep from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) will be in the Career Center this Friday, January 25 at lunch to discuss all these majors and more! 

 

If you are planning to attend medical school, you should attend Phi Delta Epsilon’s free Pre-Medical Youth Conference on Saturday, April 20 from 9:00 – 4:30 at UC Davis. You will hear from professionals discuss the field of medicine, participate in interactive workshops, learn how to take blood pressure, perform a suture procedure and more.  Admission and lunch are free!  Come to the Career Center for an event flyer.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it’s like to be an FBI agent can apply for the Spring Sacramento FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, April 12 at the FBI headquarters in Roseville.  At the academy, students will learn about FBI careers, the types of cases the FBI investigates, hidden dangers of social media, and how to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of crime, drugs, gangs and violence. Deadline to apply is March 11. Come to the Career Center for an application.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/13 – Incoming Senior Program Planning

02/14 – Incoming Senior Program Planning

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

 

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Published: 1/22/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 22, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1930 - In New York, excavation began for the Empire State Building. 

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!

Reminder! Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. Come join us for an early morning breakfast on Sleep In day!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Frosh Basketball @ Napa, 4:00                                         

Girls Basketball @ Elk Grove, 5:30JV/7:00V

Skiing Varsity @ Northstar                                                  all-day

Snowboarding Varsity @ Boreal, 9:00                               all-day

Boys Frosh Soccer @ Vista del Lago,3:30

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are until 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions

Friday, January 25th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the February 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.

 

PSAT Scores: Students can pick up their PSAT scores at the Career Center.

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are interested in purchasing announcements, please come by to the Office Front Desk to pick up a package. Return the Lifetouch form to the Vice Principal secretary Marlen Cabrera.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

CAREERS:

The Rotary Club is offering two all-expense paid summer camps in June for high school juniors:  Camp Royal leadership-training camp is filled with ideas and strategies to help students become more effective leaders. Camp Venture is a motivational summer camp for students interested in pursuing a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. The deadline to apply is March 15.  Come to the Career Center for Camp Royal and Camp Venture applications.

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/13 – Incoming Senior Program Planning

02/14 – Incoming Senior Program Planning

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

 

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Published: 1/18/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 18, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1919 - The World War I Peace Congress opened in Versailles, France.

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 Women in STEM! Our second coding workshop is coming up! Come to S-05 at lunch to join the American Women in Mathematics at UCD, where you can learn the basics of coding. See you there!

 

The Financial Literacy class today at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss the benefits of investing your money. Come to the Career Center.

Show your support for our white out game tonight, buy your break the record night t-shirt! Pre-sale price today at lunch is $5 with ASB and $7 without. Prices will go up to $10 at the game.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Varsity Basketball vs Consumnes Oak – Break The Record Night, 7:00pm

Girls Basketball vs Consumnes Oak – Break The Record Night (North Gym), 4:00JV/5:30V

Boys Soccer @ Elk Grove, 3:30V/ 5:00JV                                                                                   dismiss: 1:40V/2:45JV

Girls Soccervs Elk Grove, 3:30V/5:00JV                                                                                    dismiss: 2:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

February 1st schedule:

RALLY SCHEDULE

Period

Start

End

1

8:15

8:56

2

9:02

9:43

ASSEMBLY

9:43

10:47

BREAK

3

10:57

11:38

4

11:44

12:27

LUNCH

12:27

1:09

5

1:15

1:56

6

2:02

2:43

7

2:49

3:30

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

PSAT Scores: Students can pick up their PSAT scores at the Career Center.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are interested in purchasing announcements, please come by to the Office Front Desk to pick up a package. Return the Lifetouch form to the Vice Principal secretary Marlen Cabrera.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions

Friday, January 25th, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the February 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.

Buy your tickets now and save! Shows are Jan. 25th & 26th with Finals on Feb.2nd. Simone Gamble and Maddy Lemmo (Last year’s winners) are show casting the event. Tickets are available in PA-8 or from any ATC student. Advance are $5 dollars from 1/25-1/26 and $10 dollars for the finals.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                          

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Fri. @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/13 – Incoming Senior Program Planning

02/14 – Incoming Senior Program Planning

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

 

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Published: 1/17/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 17, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1900 - Yaqui Indians in Texas proclaimed their independence from Mexico.

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:

Boys Basketball @ Consumnes Oaks, 4:00F/5:30JV

 

Attention Basketball FANS! Break the Record Night is coming Friday Jan. 18! We are expecting a very large crowd as the boys and girls basketball teams take on Cosumnes Oaks. All games will be held in the North (Big) Gym. Girls JV 4:00, Girls varsity 5:30, and Boys Varsity at 7pm. With limited seating we will be pre-selling tickets at the link below. If tickets are sold out online, there will be no option for purchase at the door. Presale tickets will be electronic so all you will need is to show your purchased ticket on your mobile device when you arrive at the game. Don’t wait! Get your tickets to ensure your seat. Students with DHS ASB Cards - Please pick up your FREE ticket in advance on Tuesday Jan. 15th and Wed. Jan 16th at lunch. Show your ASB card at the finance office to receive your entry ticket for the game. Students that do not get their tickets in advance may not get into the game if it sells out prior to game day. Students that lose their ticket will NOT receive an additional free ticket and will need to purchase a ticket online.

Students without ASB Cards and Parents:  Please purchase your tickets in advance at https://gofan.co/app/events/47543

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

PSAT Scores: Students can pick up their PSAT scores at the Career Center.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are interested in purchasing announcements, please come by to the Office Front Desk to pick up a package. Return the Lifetouch form to the Vice Principal secretary Marlen Cabrera.

 

Buy your tickets now and save! Shows are Jan. 25th & 26th with Finals on Feb.2nd. simone Gamble and Maddy Lemmo (Last year’s winners) are show casting the event. Tickets are available in PA-8 or from any ATC student. Advance are $5 dollars from 1/25-1/26 and $10 dollars for the finals.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

Hey Women in STEM! Our second coding workshop is coming up! Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch to join the American Women in Mathematics at UCD, where you can learn the basics of coding. See you there!

 

CAREERS

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, January 18 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided.  A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss the benefits of investing your money.  Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

01/18 Student of the Month Breakfast

01/18 – Friendship Day

01/18 – Financial Literacy Class @ lunch in the Career Center

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/01 – ASB Elections Assembly 2nd period

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Frid @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

02/11 – School Holiday – No classes in Session

02/13 – Incoming Senior Program Planning

02/14 – Incoming Senior Program Planning

02/15 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony

02/15 – CSF Spring Registration Ends

02/18 – Presidents Day – No Classes in Session

 

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Published: 1/16/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 16, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1883 - The United States Civil Service Commission was established as the Pendleton Act went into effect. 

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:

Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due TODAY. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting during lunch in S-12. We will discuss service projects and details on the upcoming officer elections.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Jesuit, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V

Girls Basketball @ St. Francis, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V

Boys Soccer@ Consumnes Oaks, 3:30V/5:00JV/                              dismiss: 1:40V- 2:45JV

Girls Soccer vs Consumnes Oaks, 3:30V/5:00JV                              dismiss: 2:00V

Girls Wrestling (V) – DSHS Dual Meet                                             dismiss: 2:45V

Wrestling – DSHS Dual Meet, TBA                                                   dismiss: 2:45JV- 2:45V

 

Attention Basketball FANS! Break the Record Night is coming Friday Jan. 18th! We are expecting a very large crowd as the boys and girls basketball teams take on Cosumnes Oaks. All games will be held in the North (Big) Gym. Girls JV 4:00, Girls varsity 5:30, and Boys Varsity at 7pm. With limited seating we will be pre-selling tickets at the link below. If tickets are sold out online, there will be no option for purchase at the door. Presale tickets will be electronic so all you will need is to show your purchased ticket on your mobile device when you arrive at the game. Don’t wait! Get your tickets to ensure your seat. Students with DHS ASB Cards - Please pick up your FREE ticket in advance on Tuesday Jan. 15th and Wed. Jan 16th at lunch. Show your ASB card at the finance office to receive your entry ticket for the game. Students that do not get their tickets in advance may not get into the game if it sells out prior to game day. Students that lose their ticket will NOT receive an additional free ticket and will need to purchase a ticket online.

Students without ASB Cards and Parents:  Please purchase your tickets in advance at https://gofan.co/app/events/47543

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

PSAT Scores: Students can pick up their PSAT scores at the Career Center.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS! If you are interested in purchasing announcements, please come by to the Office Front Desk to pick up a package. Return the Lifetouch form to the Vice Principal secretary Marlen Cabrera.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

Travel to Korea! Make a lifelong connection abroad! Please join the DHS Cultural Exchange Club this Wednesday at lunch in room O-4 (Mr. Curley’s room). Everyone is invited to learn about our Exchange Program with Sangju, Korea.

 

Hey hey hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips by Wednesday the 16th. if you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to Friendship Day on Friday the 18th. All aboard the Friendship Ship! Toot toot!

 

Hey Women in STEM! Our second coding workshop is coming up! Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch to join the American Women in Mathematics at UCD, where you can learn the basics of coding. See you there!

 

CAREERS

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, January 18 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided.  A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss the benefits of investing your money.  Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

01/18 Student of the Month Breakfast

01/18 – Friendship Day

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Frid @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

 

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Published: 1/15/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 15, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1913 - The first telephone line between Berlin and New York was inaugurated

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:

The annual DSHS Football Parent/Guardian Meeting is scheduled in the DSHS Library at 6:30 p.m. This is a mandatory meeting for parents/guardians where they will get information on the benefits of joining this football program and discover how the expectations and yearly schedule can assist their child in being successful in school, football, the community and in life by being part of something that they will never forget.

 

Attention track and field athletes, if you missed the informational meeting on 1/9 and are interested in trying out for the 2019 team, please attend a makeup meeting during lunch on today in room L-25.

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

 

Hey UNICEF! Come to our meeting today in room S-8! We will be going over our plans for the elementary school presentations.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Frosh Soccer vs Vista Del Lago,7:15

 

Attention Basketball FANS! Break the Record Night is coming Friday Jan. 18th! We are expecting a very large crowd as the boys and girls basketball teams take on Cosumnes Oaks. All games will be held in the North (Big) Gym. Girls JV 4:00, Girls varsity 5:30, and Boys Varsity at 7pm. With limited seating we will be pre-selling tickets at the link below. If tickets are sold out online, there will be no option for purchase at the door. Presale tickets will be electronic so all you will need is to show your purchased ticket on your mobile device when you arrive at the game. Don’t wait! Get your tickets to ensure your seat. Students with DHS ASB Cards - Please pick up your FREE ticket in advance on Tuesday Jan. 15th and Wed. Jan 16th at lunch. Show your ASB card at the finance office to receive your entry ticket for the game. Students that do not get their tickets in advance may not get into the game if it sells out prior to game day. Students that lose their ticket will NOT receive an additional free ticket and will need to purchase a ticket online.

Students without ASB Cards and Parents:  Please purchase your tickets in advance at https://gofan.co/app/events/47543

 

2019 is the year of Blue Devil Football. Come be a Champion!!! We have already embarked on our journey with Strength and Conditioning every M, T,Th,F at 6:40 a.m. In the DSHS Weight Room. Come join the team and feel the burn! In the words of the legendary coach Vince Lombardi “Some people are satisfied with seats at the 50 yard line, I came to play!” Don’t be a spectator in life; come be part of something special that you will remember for the rest of your life! Be Epic, Be a Blue Devil Football Player!!!

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

Travel to Korea! Make a lifelong connection abroad! Please join the DHS Cultural Exchange Club this Wednesday at lunch in room O-4 (Mr. Curley’s room). Everyone is invited to learn about our Exchange Program with Sangju, Korea.

 

Hey hey hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips by Wednesday the 16th. if you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to Friendship Day on Friday the 18th. All aboard the Friendship Ship! Toot toot!

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We will be having a general meeting this Wednesday during lunch in S-12. We will discuss service projects and details on the upcoming officer elections.

 

CAREERS

The City of Davis is looking for a volunteer basketball coach for Montgomery Elementary’s 3rd and 4th grade boy’s team.   Students must be at least 16 years old.  Come to the Career Center for information on how to apply.

 

The City of Davis has two part-time summer jobs available for a lifeguard and a swim instructor.  Applicants must be at least 15 years old and be able to attend mandatory trainings in June. Deadline to apply is February 8. Come to the Career Center for a job flyer.

 

The City of Davis is offering its annual So-Cal Safari College Tour for high school students from March 25-28 during spring break.  Colleges visited on the tour are UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, CSU Long Beach, UC Irvine and USC. Cost is $530, which includes transportation, college tours, breakfast, dinner and hotels. Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:  If you would you like to do research at UC Davis this summer, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program offers high achieving high school students the opportunity to participate in a six-week summer research program June 23 – August 3 in biology and natural sciences at UC Davis.  Students will stay in a UCD dorm and conduct research, participate in lab work, go on field trips and earn five units of university group credit. Applications are due March 16.  Come to the Career Center for information about the program, fees, and financial assistance.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

01/18 Student of the Month Breakfast

01/18 – Friendship Day

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

02/04 – CSF Registration Begins / Mon-Frid @ lunch in room P-13

02/05 – incoming Sophomore Parent Night, Brunelle Theater, 7pm

02/07 – Catalina: Parent/Student Pre-Trip Meeting, DSHS Library, 7pm

02/08 – Friendship Day

 

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Published: 1/14/19




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Deadline to Apply to the Committee to Honor Dr. Mary Ellen Dolcini Extended until January 31

The Board of Education is seeking interested individuals to be part of a committee charged with identifying ways to best honor recently deceased Dr. Mary Ellen Dolcini, a long-time DJUSD educator and Davis community member. Dr. Dolcini had a distinguished career as a teacher, principal and associated superintendent for instruction in Davis and the Board is seeking to honor her memory and many contributions.

Individuals interested in serving on this committee should complete the Committee Application by Thursday, January 31.

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 1/11/19




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DJUSD Schools Open as Regularly Scheduled- Police Have Lifted Shelter In Place Order Friday, January 11

 

In the early hours of this morning, Davis Police located the suspected gunman deceased with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound in the Downtown Davis area. Police have lifted the shelter in place order and given the all clear for schools to open as regular scheduled.

 

Schools that were closed temporarily last night for security are open today and all classes and activities are taking place as scheduled.  As a school community we are deeply saddened by the report that Davis Police Department Officer Natalie Corona died last night after sustaining fatal gunshot wounds. We send our heartfelt condolences to her family and to fellow police officers.  We also extend our sincere gratitude to all public safety personnel for their bravery and commitment to keeping our children, our schools and our community safe each day.

 

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Published: 1/11/19




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 14, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1943 - U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt became the first U.S. President to fly in an airplane while in office. He flew from Miami, FL, to French Morocco where he met with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill to discuss World War II.

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:

Boys Basketball vs Pleasant Grove, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V

Girls Frosh Basketball vs Liberty Ranch, 4:00

Girls Basketball @ Pleasant Grove, 5:30JV/7:00V

Skiing Varsity @ Sugar Bowl, all-day

Snowboarding Varsity @ Alpine Meadows, all-day

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

Girls Soccer @ Sheldon, 3:30V/5:00JV                                              dismiss: 1:00V/2:45JV

 

Attention Basketball FANS! Break the Record Night is coming Friday Jan. 18th! We are expecting a very large crowd as the boys and girls basketball teams take on Cosumnes Oaks. All games will be held in the North (Big) Gym. Girls JV 4:00, Girls varsity 5:30, and Boys Varsity at 7pm. With limited seating we will be pre-selling tickets at the link below. If tickets are sold out online, there will be no option for purchase at the door.  Presale tickets will be electronic so all you will need is to show your purchased ticket on your mobile device when you arrive at the game. Don’t wait! Get your tickets to ensure your seat. Students with DHS ASB Cards - Please pick up your FREE ticket in advance on Tuesday Jan. 15th and Wed. Jan 16th at lunch. Show your ASB card at the finance office to receive your entry ticket for the game. Students that do not get their tickets in advance may not get into the game if it sells out prior to game day. Students that lose their ticket will NOT receive an additional free ticket and will need to purchase a ticket online.

Students without ASB Cards and Parents:  Please purchase your tickets in advance at https://gofan.co/app/events/47543

 

2019 is the year of Blue Devil Football. Come be a Champion!!! We have already embarked on our journey with Strength and Conditioning every M, T,Th,F at 6:40 a.m. in the DSHS Weight Room. Come join the team and feel the burn! In the words of the legendary coach Vince Lombardi “Some people are satisfied with seats at the 50 yard line, I came to play!” Don’t be a spectator in life; come be part of something special that you will remember for the rest of your life! Be Epic, Be a Blue Devil Football Player!!!

 

The annual DSHS Football Parent/Guardian Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday Jan. 15th in the DSHS Library at 6:30 p.m. This is a mandatory meeting for parents/guardians where they will get information on the benefits of joining this football program and discover how the expectations and yearly schedule can assist their child in being successful in school, football, the community and in life by being part of something that they will never forget.

 

Attention track and field athletes, if you missed the informational meeting on 1/9 and are interested in trying out for the 2019 team, please attend a makeup meeting during lunch on Tuesday, 1/15 in room L-25.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

Hey DHS! Enter the dark and dangerous world of “She Kills Monsters”, the Drama Departments Spring Play! Auditions are January 14th and 15th at 4pm in room P-11, so don’t miss your chance to try something new or take center stage in this action packed comedy! For more information, follow @davisdrama on instagram!

 

CLUBS:

Hey UNICEF members! Come to our next meeting this Tuesday, January 15th in room S-08 at lunch! We will be discussing the elementary school presentations. See you there!

 

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

Travel to Korea! Make a lifelong connection abroad! Please join the DHS Cultural Exchange Club this Wednesday at lunch in room O-4 (Mr. Curley’s room). Everyone is invited to learn about our Exchange Program with Sangju, Korea.

 

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

 

Hey hey hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your friendship day permission slips by Wednesday the 16th. if you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to Friendship Day on Friday the 18th. All aboard the Friendship Ship! Toot toot!

 

CAREERS

The City of Davis is looking for a volunteer basketball coach for Montgomery Elementary’s 3rd and 4th grade boy’s team.   Students must be at least 16 years old.  Come to the Career Center for information on how to apply.

 

The City of Davis has two part-time summer jobs available for a lifeguard and a swim instructor.  Applicants must be at least 15 years old and be able to attend mandatory trainings in June.  Deadline to apply is February 8. Come to the Career Center for a job flyer.

 

The City of Davis is offering its annual So-Cal Safari College Tour for high school students from March 25-28 during spring break.  Colleges visited on the tour are UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, CSU Long Beach, UC Irvine and USC.  Cost is $530, which includes transportation, college tours, breakfast, dinner and hotels.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:  If you would you like to do research at UC Davis this summer, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program offers high achieving high school students the opportunity to participate in a six-week summer research program June 23 – August 3 in biology and natural sciences at UC Davis.  Students will stay in a UCD dorm and conduct research, participate in lab work, go on field trips and earn five units of university group credit.  Applications are due March 16.  Come to the Career Center for information about the program, fees, and financial assistance.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

01/18 Student of the Month Breakfast

01/18 – Friendship Day

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

 

 

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Published: 1/11/19




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January 10, 8:00 pm

This evening, it has been reported that a police officer was shot in Downtown Davis.  DJUSD has closed the District Office, Davis School for Independent Study (DSIS), King High School, North Davis Elementary and Davis Senior High School. All school personnel, students and visiting public have evacuated the sites and these buildings will be closed for the evening. More information will be posted as it is available. According to information posted from law enforcement agencies, community members have been asked to avoid Downtown Davis until further notice.

 

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Published: 1/10/19




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                       Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 11, 2019

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1935 - Amelia Earhart Putnam became the first woman to fly solo from Hawaii to California.

 

MENU:

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! Our LAST meeting of the semester is in P-13 at lunch. If you have only been to one meeting this semester, you need to come to this one to fulfill your semester requirements. Hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Soccer @ Jesuit, 3:00JV/V                                          dismiss: 1:15

Girls Soccer vs St. Francis, 3:30JV/5:00V                          dismiss: 2:15JV

 

Attention Basketball FANS! Break the Record Night is coming Friday Jan. 18th! We are expecting a very large crowd as the boys and girls basketball teams take on Cosumnes Oaks. All games will be held in the North (Big) Gym. Girls JV 4:00, Girls varsity 5:30, and Boys Varsity at 7pm. With limited seating we will be pre-selling tickets at the link below. If tickets are sold out online, there will be no option for purchase at the door.  Presale tickets will be electronic so all you will need is to show your purchased ticket on your mobile device when you arrive at the game. Don’t wait! Get your tickets to ensure your seat. Students with DHS ASB Cards - Please pick up your FREE ticket in advance on Tuesday Jan. 15th and Wed. Jan 16th at lunch. Show your ASB card at the finance office to receive your entry ticket for the game. Students that do not get their tickets in advance may not get into the game if it sells out prior to game day. Students that lose their ticket will NOT receive an additional free ticket and will need to purchase a ticket online.

 

Students without ASB Cards and Parents:  Please purchase your tickets in advance at https://gofan.co/app/events/47543

 

2019 is the year of Blue Devil Football. Come be a Champion!!! We have already embarked on our journey with Strength and Conditioning every M, T,Th,F at 6:40 a.m. in the DSHS Weight Room. Come join the team and feel the burn! In the words of the legendary coach Vince Lombardi “Some people are satisfied with seats at the 50 yard line, I came to play!” Don’t be a spectator in life; come be part of something special that you will remember for the rest of your life! Be Epic, Be a Blue Devil Football Player!!!

 

The annual DSHS Football Parent/Guardian Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday Jan. 15th in the DSHS Library at 6:30 p.m. This is a mandatory meeting for parents/guardians where they will get information on the benefits of joining this football program and discover how the expectations and yearly schedule can assist their child in being successful in school, football, the community and in life by being part of something that they will never forget.

 

Attention track and field athletes, if you missed the informational meeting on 1/9 and are interested in trying out for the 2019 team, please attend a makeup meeting during lunch on Tuesday, 1/15 in room L-25.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

Hey DHS! Enter the dark and dangerous world of “She Kills Monsters”, the Drama Departments Spring Play! Auditions are January 14th and 15th at 4pm in room P-11, so don’t miss your chance to try something new or take center stage in this action packed comedy! For more information, follow @davisdrama on instagram!

 

CLUBS:

Hey UNICEF members! Come to our next meeting this Tuesday, January 15th in room S-08 at lunch! We will be discussing the elementary school presentations. See you there!

 

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

For the second year, Da Vinci Charter Academy is hosting an event-celebrating woman in STEM fields here at our campus on the evening of January, 29 at 6:15 pm in the MPR. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Explorit Science Center. The event is aimed at upper-elementary and middle school students but some high school students may find relevance as well. A flyer with registration details and the list of STEM speakers will follow in mid-January. Questions can be directed to Leslie Rubin at lesliefayrubin@gmail.com.

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

“Calling all singer-songwriters? The West Coast Songwriters Association is hosting its monthly open-mic and song-writing competition at the Melon Ball, in West Davis, on Monday, January 14th. It is unique opportunity to perform your song, receive feedback from knowledgeable judges, and network with fellow songwriters. If you join the association, your song will be entered into a competition. Prizes include a free recording session and tickets to the annual music conference. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Performances begin at 7:00 PM. To find out more, visit www.westcoastsongwriters.org/davis-songwriters or email poppy@westcoastsongwriters.org.”

 

CAREERS

The City of Davis is looking for a volunteer basketball coach for Montgomery Elementary’s 3rd and 4th grade boy’s team.   Students must be at least 16 years old.  Come to the Career Center for information on how to apply.

 

The City of Davis has two part-time summer jobs available for a lifeguard and a swim instructor.  Applicants must be at least 15 years old and be able to attend mandatory trainings in June.  Deadline to apply is February 8. Come to the Career Center for a job flyer.

 

The City of Davis is offering its annual So-Cal Safari College Tour for high school students from March 25-28 during spring break.  Colleges visited on the tour are UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, CSU Long Beach, UC Irvine and USC.  Cost is $530, which includes transportation, college tours, breakfast, dinner and hotels.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:  If you would you like to do research at UC Davis this summer, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program offers high achieving high school students the opportunity to participate in a six-week summer research program June 23 – August 3 in biology and natural sciences at UC Davis.  Students will stay in a UCD dorm and conduct research, participate in lab work, go on field trips and earn five units of university group credit.  Applications are due March 16.  Come to the Career Center for information about the program, fees, and financial assistance.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

01/18 Student of the Month Breakfast

01/18 – Friendship Day

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

 

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                      Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 10, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1920 - The League of Nations ratified the Treaty of Versailles, officially ending World War I with Germany.

 

MENU:

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:

Join Filipino Club at lunch in N-07 to learn about Filipino Culture.

 

ATHLETICS:

2019 is the year of Blue Devil Football. Come be a Champion!!! We have already embarked on our journey with Strength and Conditioning every M,T,Th,F at 6:40 a.m. in the DSHS Weight Room. Come join the team and feel the burn! In the words of the legendary coach Vince Lombardi “Some people are satisfied with seats at the 50 yard line, I came to play!” Don’t be a spectator in life; come be part of something special that you will remember for the rest of your life! Be Epic, Be a Blue Devil Football Player!!!

 

The annual DSHS Football Parent/Guardian Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday Jan. 15th in the DSHS Library at 6:30 p.m. This is a mandatory meeting for parents/guardians where they will get information on the benefits of joining this football program and discover how the expectations and yearly schedule can assist their child in being successful in school, football, the community and in life by being part of something that they will never forget.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

DHS Concerto Competition Update: Due to the high number of student sign ups we will be having a preliminary round of concerto performances Tuesday January 22nd 5-8PM in room PA-8. This will be closed to the public, you will need an accompanist, and the judges will be stopping each performance once they have heard enough to make a ranking order judgement. The judges will be making cuts in order to narrow the final performance list to the top 8 performers.  

The actual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will still 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.

All current students signed up must email Mr. Moreno before January 10th and indicate the name of the piece they are performing, how many minutes long it is, what instrument you play, and provide the spelling of your name and your email address. Email Mr. Moreno at amoreno@djusd.net

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

CLUBS:

Hey CSF! Our LAST meeting of the semester is this Friday, January 11th in P-13 at lunch. If you have only been to one meeting this semester, you need to come to this one to fulfill your semester requirements. Hope to see you there!

 

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

For the second year, Da Vinci Charter Academy is hosting an event-celebrating woman in STEM fields here at our campus on the evening of January, 29 at 6:15 pm in the MPR. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Explorit Science Center. The event is aimed at upper-elementary and middle school students but some high school students may find relevance as well. A flyer with registration details and the list of STEM speakers will follow in mid-January. Questions can be directed to Leslie Rubin at lesliefayrubin@gmail.com.

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

“Calling all singer-songwriters? The West Coast Songwriters Association is hosting its monthly open-mic and song-writing competition at the Melon Ball, in West Davis, on Monday, January 14th. It is unique opportunity to perform your song, receive feedback from knowledgeable judges, and network with fellow songwriters. If you join the association, your song will be entered into a competition. Prizes include a free recording session and tickets to the annual music conference. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Performances begin at 7:00 PM. To find out more, visit www.westcoastsongwriters.org/davis-songwriters or email poppy@westcoastsongwriters.org.”

 

CAREERS

The City of Davis is looking for a volunteer basketball coach for Montgomery Elementary’s 3rd and 4th grade boy’s team.   Students must be at least 16 years old.  Come to the Career Center for information on how to apply.

 

The City of Davis has two part-time summer jobs available for a lifeguard and a swim instructor.  Applicants must be at least 15 years old and be able to attend mandatory trainings in June.  Deadline to apply is February 8. Come to the Career Center for a job flyer.

 

The City of Davis is offering its annual So-Cal Safari College Tour for high school students from March 25-28 during spring break.  Colleges visited on the tour are UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, CSU Long Beach, UC Irvine and USC.  Cost is $530, which includes transportation, college tours, breakfast, dinner and hotels.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS:  If you would you like to do research at UC Davis this summer, the UC Davis Young Scholars Program offers high achieving high school students the opportunity to participate in a six-week summer research program June 23 – August 3 in biology and natural sciences at UC Davis.  Students will stay in a UCD dorm and conduct research, participate in lab work, go on field trips and earn five units of university group credit.  Applications are due March 16.  Come to the Career Center for information about the program, fees, and financial assistance.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

01/18 Student of the Month Breakfast

01/18 – Friendship Day

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

 

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There are still a few days left to apply for the Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee! More information on requirements and the application can be found on our website.

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Published: 1/9/19




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                         Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 9, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1905 - In Russia, the civil disturbances known as the Revolution of 1905 forced Czar Nicholas II to grant some civil rights.

 

MENU:

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:

Attention new and returning Track and Field athletes.  If you would like to participate on the 2019 Davis High School Track and Field team, there will be a meeting at 6pm in the DHS All-Student Center.  This meeting is for both athletes and parents.  We will communicate our expectations, answer your questions, and explain the tryout process.  Please email Coach Elliott with any questions: selliott@djusd.net.  Or, visit www.dhstrack.com.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Soccer vs Pleasant Grove, 3:30V/5:00JV /7:15F                    dismiss: 2:15V-2:15JV

Girls Soccer @ Pleasant Grove, 3:00V/JV                                      dismiss: 12:45

Girls Basketball @ Franklin, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V                        dismiss: TBA/JV

Boys Basketball vs Franklin, 4:00F/5:30JV/7:00V

Snowboard Varsity @ Alpine Meadows                                         dismiss: all-day

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

DHS Concerto Competition Update: Due to the high number of student sign ups we will be having a preliminary round of concerto performances Tuesday January 22nd 5-8PM in room PA-8. This will be closed to the public, you will need an accompanist, and the judges will be stopping each performance once they have heard enough to make a ranking order judgement. The judges will be making cuts in order to narrow the final performance list to the top 8 performers.  

 

The actual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will still 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.

All current students signed up must email Mr. Moreno before January 10th and indicate the name of the piece they are performing, how many minutes long it is, what instrument you play, and provide the spelling of your name and your email address. Email Mr. Moreno at amoreno@djusd.net

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

CLUBS:

Join Filipino Club Thursday at lunch in N-07 to learn about Filipino Culture.

 

Hey CSF! Our LAST meeting of the semester is this Friday, January 11th in P-13 at lunch. If you have only been to one meeting this semester, you need to come to this one to fulfill your semester requirements. Hope to see you there!

 

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

For the second year, Da Vinci Charter Academy is hosting an event-celebrating woman in STEM fields here at our campus on the evening of January, 29 at 6:15 pm in the MPR. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Explorit Science Center. The event is aimed at upper-elementary and middle school students but some high school students may find relevance as well. A flyer with registration details and the list of STEM speakers will follow in mid-January. Questions can be directed to Leslie Rubin at lesliefayrubin@gmail.com.

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

“Calling all singer-songwriters? The West Coast Songwriters Association is hosting its monthly open-mic and song-writing competition at the Melon Ball, in West Davis, on Monday, January 14th. It is unique opportunity to perform your song, receive feedback from knowledgeable judges, and network with fellow songwriters. If you join the association, your song will be entered into a competition. Prizes include a free recording session and tickets to the annual music conference. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Performances begin at 7:00 PM. To find out more, visit www.westcoastsongwriters.org/davis-songwriters or email poppy@westcoastsongwriters.org.”

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

01/09 – Davis Parent University Speaker, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/18 Student of the Month Breakfast

01/18 – Friendship Day

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

 

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Published: 1/8/19




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                     Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     January 8, 2019

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1918 - U.S. President Woodrow Wilson announced his Fourteen Points as the basis for peace upon the end of World War I.

 

MENU:  ASC Café will be open for breakfast and lunch every day this week!

 

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!

Reminder! Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. Come join us for an early morning breakfast on Sleep In day!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Wrestling – Dual Meet @ Franklin HS                                dismiss: 2:15

Boys Wrestling – Dual Meet @ Franklin HS                                dismiss: 2:15

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

DHS Concerto Competition Update: Due to the high number of student sign ups we will be having a preliminary round of concerto performances Tuesday January 22nd 5-8PM in room PA-8. This will be closed to the public, you will need an accompanist, and the judges will be stopping each performance once they have heard enough to make a ranking order judgement. The judges will be making cuts in order to narrow the final performance list to the top 8 performers.  

 

The actual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will still 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.

 

All current students signed up must email Mr. Moreno before January 10th and indicate the name of the piece they are performing, how many minutes long it is, what instrument you play, and provide the spelling of your name and your email address. Email Mr. Moreno at amoreno@djusd.net

 

Advanced Placement Exams (AP):  AP Exams are $99 per test. Online sales are 1/14 to 3/1 at www.TotalRegistration.net/AP/050730. In-person sales are 2/18 to 3/1 @ lunch only at the Finance Office. If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact your counselor immediately.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

For the second year, Da Vinci Charter Academy is hosting an event-celebrating woman in STEM fields here at our campus on the evening of January, 29 at 6:15 pm in the MPR. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Explorit Science Center. The event is aimed at upper-elementary and middle school students but some high school students may find relevance as well. A flyer with registration details and the list of STEM speakers will follow in mid-January. Questions can be directed to Leslie Rubin at lesliefayrubin@gmail.com.

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

“Calling all singer-songwriters? The West Coast Songwriters Association is hosting its monthly open-mic and song-writing competition at the Melon Ball, in West Davis, on Monday, January 14th. It is unique opportunity to perform your song, receive feedback from knowledgeable judges, and network with fellow songwriters. If you join the association, your song will be entered into a competition. Prizes include a free recording session and tickets to the annual music conference. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Performances begin at 7:00 PM. To find out more, visit www.westcoastsongwriters.org/davis-songwriters or email poppy@westcoastsongwriters.org.”

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

01/09 – Davis Parent University Speaker, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/18 Student of the Month Breakfast

01/18 – Friendship Day

01/21 – MLK Holiday / No Classes in Session

01/25 – Academic Center Awards Ceremony, lunchtime – AC

01/25 – DHS Idol, Round 1 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

01/26 – DSH Idol, Round 2 (ATC), Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – DSH Idol – Finals, Brunelle Theater, 7 p.m.

02/02 – Quarter 3 Progress Period Ends

 

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Published: 12/21/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 21, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1620 - The "Mayflower", and its passengers, pilgrims from England, landed at Plymouth Rock, MA.

 

MENU:  ASC Café will be open for breakfast and lunch every day this week!

 

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!

 

PLEASE NOTE!   DSH Office is closed for winter break. The office will re-open when our students return Tuesday, 1/8/2019.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Folsom Tournament, JV/V – TBA

Boys Frosh Basketball @ Ponderosa Tournament – TBA

Boys Frosh Soccer vs Rio Americano, 7:15pm

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

DHS Concerto Competition Update: Due to the high number of student sign ups we will be having a preliminary round of concerto performances Tuesday January 22nd 5-8PM in room PA-8. This will be closed to the public, you will need an accompanist, and the judges will be stopping each performance once they have heard enough to make a ranking order judgement. The judges will be making cuts in order to narrow the final performance list to the top 8 performers.  

 

The actual DHS Orchestra Concerto Competition will still 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.

All current students signed up must email Mr. Moreno before January 10th and indicate the name of the piece they are performing, how many minutes long it is, what instrument you play, and provide the spelling of your name and your email address. Email Mr. Moreno at amoreno@djusd.net

 

CLUBS:

For the second year, Da Vinci Charter Academy is hosting an event-celebrating woman in STEM fields here at our campus on the evening of January, 29 at 6:15 pm in the MPR. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Explorit Science Center. The event is aimed at upper-elementary and middle school students but some high school students may find relevance as well. A flyer with registration details and the list of STEM speakers will follow in mid-January. Questions can be directed to Leslie Rubin at lesliefayrubin@gmail.com.

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

“Calling all singer-songwriters? The West Coast Songwriters Association is hosting its monthly open-mic and song-writing competition at the Melon Ball, in West Davis, on Monday, January 14th. It is unique opportunity to perform your song, receive feedback from knowledgeable judges, and network with fellow songwriters. If you join the association, your song will be entered into a competition. Prizes include a free recording session and tickets to the annual music conference. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Performances begin at 7:00 PM. To find out more, visit www.westcoastsongwriters.org/davis-songwriters or email poppy@westcoastsongwriters.org.”

 

Hey Seniors! Remind your parents the time to purchase Senior Ads. Make sure yours is submitted before January 25th. For more information, visit the DSH website. Don’t be left out of the yearbook!

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

 

 

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/20/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 20, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1606 - The "Susan Constant," "Godspeed" and "Discovery" set sail from London. Their landing at Jamestown, VA, was the start of the first permanent English settlement in America.

 

MENU:  ASC Café will be open for breakfast and lunch every day this week!

 

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.

 

PLEASE NOTE!   Effective Wednesday 12/19/18 and continuing through Friday, 12/21/18, the Administrative Office Building will close at 1pm. Regular hours will resume after winter break.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball @ Folsom Tournament, JV/V – TBA

Boys Frosh Basketball @ Ponderosa Tournament – TBA

Girls Basketball vs Napa, 4:00F/ 5:30JV/ 7:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

CLUBS:

For the second year, Da Vinci Charter Academy is hosting an event celebrating women in STEM fields here at our campus on the evening of January, 29 at 6:15 pm in the MPR. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Explorit Science Center. The event is aimed at upper-elementary and middle school students but some high school students may find relevance as well. A flyer with registration details and the list of STEM speakers will follow in mid-January. Questions can be directed to Leslie Rubin at lesliefayrubin@gmail.com.

 

Calling all singers! Apply now for the DHS Idol and compete to win $150! Applications are available in PA-8 and are due by December 21st. Get your application in soon, spots fill up quickly!

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

Hey DHS! Stop by the Teabo this Friday between 6pm-12am to support UNICEF Club. Make sure to bring a flyer!

 

This January, don’t miss Acme Theatre Company’s two winter plays – The Triangle Factory Fire project which tells the story of a deadly factory fire in 1911 NYC and the immigrant women who fought for workers’ rights, and A Radio Murder Mystery, with fast talking gangsters, dramatically-lit detectives, and live sound effects performed by a team of intrepid technicians. Shows are Jan 3-19 more information at acmetheatre.net    

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

12/17 –12/21 FINAL EXAM WEEK, 1ST SEMESTER, Tues- Frid – Finals Schedule

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/19/18




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We’re excited to announce our school will participate in NAEP on Thursday, February 19, 2019!  A group of our 12th-graders will participate in NAEP that day! Learn more at http://1.usa.gov/1rnbygh.

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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
Published: 12/19/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 19, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1903 - The Williamsburg Bridge opened in New York City. It opened as the largest suspension bridge on Earth and remained the largest until 1924. It was also the first major suspension bridge to use steel towers to support the main cable.

 

MENU:  ASC Café will be open for breakfast and lunch every day this week!

 

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.

 

PLEASE NOTE!   Effective Wednesday 12/19/18 and continuing through Friday, 12/21/18, the Administrative Office Building will close at 1pm. Regular hours will resume after winter break.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Soccer @ Rocklin, 3:30F

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

CLUBS:

For the second year, Da Vinci Charter Academy is hosting an event celebrating women in STEM fields here at our campus on the evening of January, 29 at 6:15 pm in the MPR. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Explorit Science Center. The event is aimed at upper-elementary and middle school students but some high school students may find relevance as well. A flyer with registration details and the list of STEM speakers will follow in mid-January. Questions can be directed to Leslie Rubin at lesliefayrubin@gmail.com.

 

Calling all singers! Apply now for the DHS Idol and compete to win $150! Applications are available in PA-8 and are due by December 21st. Get your application in soon, spots fill up quickly!

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

Hey DHS! Stop by the Teabo this Friday between 6pm-12am to support UNICEF Club. Make sure to bring a flyer!

 

This January, don’t miss Acme Theatre Company’s two winter plays – The Triangle Factory Fire project which tells the story of a deadly factory fire in 1911 NYC and the immigrant women who fought for workers’ rights, and A Radio Murder Mystery, with fast talking gangsters, dramatically-lit detectives, and live sound effects performed by a team of intrepid technicians. Shows are Jan 3-19 more information at acmetheatre.net    

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

12/17 –12/21 FINAL EXAM WEEK, 1ST SEMESTER, Tues- Frid – Finals Schedule

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

 

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/18/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 18, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1865 - U.S. Secretary of State William Seward issued a statement verifying the ratification of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. The amendment abolished slavery with the declaration: "Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction." 

 

MENU:  ASC Café will be open for breakfast and lunch every day this week!

 

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!

 

PLEASE NOTE!   Effective Wednesday 12/19/18 and continuing through Friday, 12/21/18, the Administrative Office Building will close at 1pm. Regular hours will resume after winter break.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Soccer vs Whitney, 4:00JV/6:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

CLUBS:

For the second year, Da Vinci Charter Academy is hosting an event celebrating women in STEM fields here at our campus on the evening of January, 29 at 6:15 pm in the MPR. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) and Explorit Science Center. The event is aimed at upper-elementary and middle school students but some high school students may find relevance as well. A flyer with registration details and the list of STEM speakers will follow in mid-January. Questions can be directed to Leslie Rubin at lesliefayrubin@gmail.com.

 

Calling all singers! Apply now for the DHS Idol and compete to win $150! Applications are available in PA-8 and are due by December 21st. get your application in soon, spots fill up quickly!

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

Hey DHS! Stop by the Teabo this Friday between 6pm-12am to support UNICEF Club. Make sure to bring a flyer!

 

This January, don’t miss Acme Theatre Company’s two winter plays – The Triangle Factory Fire project which tells the story of a deadly factory fire in 1911 NYC and the immigrant women who fought for workers’ rights, and A Radio Murder Mystery, with fast talking gangsters, dramatically-lit detectives, and live sound effects performed by a team of intrepid technicians. Shows are Jan 3-19 more information at acmetheatre.net    

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/17/18




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THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 2014 – The United States and Cuba re-establish diplomatic relations after severing them in 1960.

 

MENU:  ASC Café will be open for breakfast and lunch every day this week!

 

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: Fried Rice w/Teriyaki Chicken, General Tso Chicken w/Yakisoba Noodles & Veggies, Buffalo Chicken & Cajun Fries

 

PLEASE NOTE!   Effective Wednesday 12/19/18 and continuing through Friday, 12/22/18, the Administrative Office Building will close at 1pm. Regular hours will resume after winter break.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Soccer vs Elk Grove – 3:30V-5:00JV                 dismissal: 2:15V

Girls Soccer @ Elk Grove – 3:30V-5:00JV                 dismissal: 1:00V-2:45JV

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

CLUBS:

 

Calling all singers! Apply now for the DHS Idol and compete to win $150! Applications are available in PA-8 and are due by December 21st. get your application in soon, spots fill up quickly!

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                       

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

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Posted by: Kathryn Prien
Published: 12/14/18




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Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 14, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1985: Wilma Mankiller becomes the first woman to lead a major American Indian tribe, taking office as principal chief of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.

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! Burritos available include chicken, beef, bean and cheese, and vegan friendly grilled veggie!

ASC Café will be open for breakfast and lunch everyday next week – even during final exam schedule!

 

TODAY:

 

Come to the Pre-Med Club’s meeting today during lunch in S-08. We have a guest speaker, Dr. Wond, an oncologist, coming to speak to us. This is a great opportunity for aspiring pre-meds!

 

The next Financial Literacy class takes place today in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss identity theft and fraud. Please go to the Career Center to sign up before lunch today!!

 

Hey Women in STEM! Today we’re hosting a seminar by Dr. Jared Shaw, a specialist in bacterial cell division and antibiotic resistance. Come to S-05 at lunch for this special opportunity!

 

Guys, gals and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting at lunch in Ms. Istas’ room, L-29 (up the stairs from the library). We will have a guest speaker, so make sure to drop by!

 

Hey CSF! We’re having our 6th general meeting today, in P-13 at lunch. This is our second to last meeting of the semester, so if you haven’t gone to any meetings, you have to start now to fulfill your semester requirements.

 

A Shout out to the BLUE DEVIL SPIRIT AWARD RECIPIENTS this month;

D’Anthony Gibson, Ashleigh Hahn, Anderson Abrego, and Brian Huynh.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball Varsity/JV @ Les Curry tournament – North & Souths Gyms, TBA

Boys Basketball Frosh @ Rocklin tournament – TBA

Girls Basketball JV/Frosh @ Vista Del Lago/Folsom tournament – TBA

Girls Basketball Varsity @ Cardinal Newman – 7:00pm

Girls Wrestling @ West Coast Tournament of Champions – dismissal 12:00pm select roster

Girls Soccer vs Rocklin – 4:00pm JV-6:00pm V; dismissal: 2:45pm JV

Boys Soccer @ Will C Wood – 5:00pm JV-7:00pm V; dismissal: 3:15pm JV

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

SENIORS! Buy your Grad Night ticket now for the lowest price of the year! Davis Grad Night is a fun, safe and sober all-night celebration for graduating seniors from Davis Senior High School, DaVinci High School, Martin Luther King High School and DSIS.  About 90% of the graduating class attends the event held at a uniquely transformed Emerson Junior High School. Visit www.davisgradnight.org. Ticket prices will go up in January!  For financial assistance, please visit your counselor. 

 

CLUBS:

Calling all singers! Apply now for the DHS Idol and compete to win $150! Applications are available in PA-8 and are due by December 21st. get your application in soon, spots fill up quickly!

 

Finals week have you stressed? The SPCA will be bringing therapy dogs to the quad during lunch on Monday.

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                       

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

 

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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
Published: 12/13/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 13, 2018

 

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

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:

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Basketball – Les Curry Invitational, 8:30V/North Gym - 8:00pm JV/South Gym

Boys Frosh Basketball – Rocklin Tournament

Girls Basketball – Vista Del Lago/Folsom Tournament, - 7:00pm  F / 8:30pm JV

Boys Frosh Soccer vs Whitney, 7:15pm

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

CLUBS:

Hey Women in STEM! This week, we’re hosting a seminar by Dr. Jared Shaw, a specialist in bacterial cell division and antibiotic resistance. Come to S-05 on this Friday at lunch for this special opportunity!

 

Guys, gals and nonbinary pals! Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Ms. Istas’ room, L-29 (up the stairs from the library). We will have a guest speaker, so make sure to drop by!

 

Hey CSF! We’re having our 6th general meeting this Friday, December 14th, in P-13 at lunch. This is our second to last meeting of the semester, so if you haven’t gone to any meetings, you have to start now to fulfill your semester requirements.

 

Calling all singers! Apply now for the DHS Idol and compete to win $150! Applications are available in PA-8 and are due by December 21st. get your application in soon, spots fill up quickly!

 

Finals week have you stress? The SPCA will be bringing therapy dogs to the quad during lunch of Monday December 17th

 

 Applications are now available for next year’s ASB officer elections. Pick up an application in the ASC-100 (the Student Government room). Applications are due January 16th. Elections and Speeches will take place on February 1, 2019.

 

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

Interact Club is working with Empower Yolo to host a holiday drive for teens. They are accepting donations of makeup, toiletry sets, winter wear, headphones, phone chargers and gift cards. Turn in donations to N-6 or P-13 by tomorrow, December 14th.

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, December 14 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss identity theft and fraud. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                       

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
Published: 12/12/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 12, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1787 - Pennsylvania became the second state to ratify the U.S. Constitution.

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:

Do you like video games? If so, come to the first ever Student Government game night in the All Student Center from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. there will be video games, board games, card games and game games. Hope to see you there!

 

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

 

ATHLETICS:

Soccer Girls @ Del Oro, 5:00JV/6:30V                                       dismiss: 2:45JV                                                

Wrestling – Duals, 5:00                                                                dismiss: 2:45V/JV

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

CLUBS:

Hey CSF! We’re having our 6th general meeting this Friday, December 14th, in P-13 at lunch. This is our second to last meeting of the semester, so if you haven’t gone to any meetings, you have to start now to fulfill your semester requirements.

 

Calling all singers! Apply now for the DHS Idol and compete to win $150! Applications are available in PA-8 and are due by December 21st. get your application in soon, spots fill up quickly!

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

 

Interact Club is working with Empower Yolo to host a holiday drive for teens. They are accepting donations of makeup, toiletry sets, winter wear, headphones, phone chargers and gift cards. Turn in donations to N-6 or P-13 by December 14th.

 

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, December 14 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss identity theft and fraud. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

12/13 – Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/11/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 11, 2018

 

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

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 the LGBT History Club at lunch in Mr. Williams room P-14.

 

ATHLETICS:

Boys Soccer vs Woodland, 4:00V/5:00JV                              dismiss: 2:35V

Girls Basketball vs Del Oro, 5:30JV/7:00V

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

The Adolescent Brain & Growth Mindset: This is the next presentation in our “Student Health and Wellness“ monthly series and will be focus on the adolescent brain and growth mindset. This description will include a discussion on regulated/non-regulated actions and growth mindset. DSHS students are encouraged to follow the link below if they are interested in learning on these topics.  Visit the DSHS Counseling page to click on our health and wellness offerings. A link on this page will allow students to sign up for the presentation at lunch on December 11th. Any questions please e-mail Vice Principal Kellie Sequeira (ksequeira@djusd.net). 

 

CLUBS:

Do you like video games? If so come to the first ever Student Government game night on December 12th in the All Student Center from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. there will be video games, board games, card games and game games. Hope to see you there!

 

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

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

Interact Club is working with Empower Yolo to host a holiday drive for teens. They are accepting donations of makeup, toiletry sets, winter wear, headphones, phone chargers and gift cards. Turn in donations to N-6 or P-13 by December 14th.

 

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, December 14 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss identity theft and fraud. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

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

12/13 – Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/10/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 10, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1906 - U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt became the first American to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, for helping mediate an end to the Russo-Japanese War.

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! Today is our last meeting of the semester. Make sure to come to S-12 at lunch to fulfill your meeting requirements. See you there!

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

The Adolescent Brain & Growth Mindset: This is the next presentation in our “Student Health and Wellness“ monthly series and will be focus on the adolescent brain and growth mindset. This description will include a discussion on regulated/non-regulated actions and growth mindset. DSHS students are encouraged to follow the link below if they are interested in learning on these topics.  Visit the DSHS Counseling page to click on our health and wellness offerings. A link on this page will allow students to sign up for the presentation at lunch on December 11th. Any questions please e-mail Vice Principal Kellie Sequeira (ksequeira@djusd.net). 

 

CLUBS:

Want to know more about LGBT History? Come to the LGBT History Club on Tuesday at lunch in Mr. Williams room P-14.

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college. The deadline to apply is December 31.

The next Financial Literacy class is Friday, December 14 at lunch in the Career Center. Pizza will be provided. A representative from Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will discuss identity theft and fraud. Come to the Career Center this week to sign up!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

12/11 – DHS Choral Concert

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

12/13 – Winter Rhapsody Concert – DSHS Bands, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/7/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 7, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1787 - Delaware became the first state to ratify the U.S. constitution becoming the first 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: 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 DHS! Support Red Cross Club by stopping by Blaze Pizza today between 4-9pm. Make sure to bring a flyer to show the cashier!

 

Interested in Biochemistry? Women in Stem is hosting a seminar by Debbie Yaver, an expert on enzyme creation. Come to S-05 at lunch to find out more!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary pals! Come to the GSA meeting in Mrs. Ista’s room, L-29, up the stairs on the right side if the library.

 

Want to help draw cards for children’s hospitals? Come to the Art for cure meeting in Mr, Kanna’s room L-27. We hope to see you there, bring your lunch!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Varsity Basketball @ Roseville Tournament, TBA

Boys Basketball @ Antelope Tournament, JV/V – TBA

Boys Soccer @ Granite Bay, 5:00JV/ 3:00V                                                    dismiss: 3:00JV-1:00V

Girls Soccer @ Montgomery, 5:00JV/7:00V                       

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

The Adolescent Brain & Growth Mindset: This is the next presentation in our “Student Health and Wellness“ monthly series and will be focus on the adolescent brain and growth mindset. This description will include a discussion on regulated/non-regulated actions and growth mindset. DSHS students are encouraged to follow the link below if they are interested in learning on these topics.  Visit the DSHS Counseling page to click on our health and wellness offerings. A link on this page will allow students to sign up for the presentation while also excusing them from their 4th period class on December 11th.  Any questions please e-mail Vice Principal Kellie Sequeira (ksequeira@djusd.net). 

 

“Hey, are you a songwriter? The West Coast Songwriters Association is hosting a monthly open-mic and song-writing competition at the Melon Ball, in West Davis, on Monday, December 10th. It is unique opportunity to perform your song, receive feedback from knowledgeable judges, and network with fellow songwriters. If you join the association, your song will be entered into a competition. Prizes include free recording session and tickets to the annual music conference. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Performances begin at 7:00 PM. To find out more, visit www.westcoastsongwriters.org/davis-songwriters or email poppy@westcoastsongwriters.org.”

 

CLUBS:

Hey NHS! This Monday 12/10 is our last meeting of the semester. Make sure to come to S-12 at lunch to fulfill your meeting requirements. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college.  The deadline to apply is December 31.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

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, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/6/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 6, 2018

 

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

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:

The school climate meeting meets today. In the library west conference room. All students and staff are welcome.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Basketball @ Roseville Tournament, 5:00V/6:30F

Boys Basketball @ Antelope Tournament, 6:30JV6:30F

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

The Adolescent Brain & Growth Mindset: This is the next presentation in our “Student Health and Wellness“ monthly series and will be focus on the adolescent brain and growth mindset. This description will include a discussion on regulated/non-regulated actions and growth mindset. DSHS students are encouraged to follow the link below if they are interested in learning on these topics.  Visit the DSHS Counseling page to click on our health and wellness offerings. A link on this page will allow students to sign up for the presentation while also excusing them from their 4th period class on December 11th.  Any questions please e-mail Vice Principal Kellie Sequeira (ksequeira@djusd.net). 

 

“Hey, are you a songwriter? The West Coast Songwriters Association is hosting a monthly open-mic and song-writing competition at the Melon Ball, in West Davis, on Monday, December 10th. It is unique opportunity to perform your song, receive feedback from knowledgeable judges, and network with fellow songwriters. If you join the association, your song will be entered into a competition. Prizes include free recording session and tickets to the annual music conference. Doors open at 6:30 PM. Performances begin at 7:00 PM. To find out more, visit www.westcoastsongwriters.org/davis-songwriters or email poppy@westcoastsongwriters.org.”

 

CLUBS:

Looking for something fun and competitive? Dodgeball season is starting! Applications are available in ASC-100 and will be accepted no later than December 7th.

 

Hey DHS! Support Red Cross Club by stopping by Blaze Pizza this Friday 12/7 between 4-9pm. Make sure to bring a flyer to show the cashier!

 

Interested in Biochemistry? Women in Stem is hosting a seminar by Debbie Yaver, an expert on enzyme creation. Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch to find out more!

 

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

 

Want to help draw cards for children’s hospitals? Come to the Art for cure meetings this Friday December 7th in Mr, Kanna’s room L-27.

 

CAREERS:

If you would like to learn about the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) Scholarship, come to the Career Center for a flyer on how to apply.  The NROTC Scholarship provides full tuition and fees for college.  The deadline to apply is December 31.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

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, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

01/07 – Teacher Work Day – No Classes in Session

01/08 – Students Return to School

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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 12/5/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 5, 2018

 

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

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 today in S-12 during lunch hope to see you there!

 

Are you interested in spending a summer in Central or South America with Amigos?  For a few weeks in summer, you will live in a new country, improve your Spanish, make an impact, build leadership skills, and have fun! To learn more, come to the Career Center at lunch to meet Amigos representatives and hear from former Davis students who participated in these summer trips.

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

The Adolescent Brain & Growth Mindset: This is the next presentation in our “Student Health and Wellness“ monthly series and will be focus on the adolescent brain and growth mindset. This description will include a discussion on regulated/non-regulated actions and growth mindset. DSHS students are encouraged to follow the link below if they are interested in learning on these topics.  Visit the DSHS Counseling page to click on our health and wellness offerings. A link on this page will allow students to sign up for the presentation while also excusing them from their 4th period class on December 11th.  Any questions please e-mail Vice Principal Kellie Sequeira (ksequeira@djusd.net). 

 

CLUBS:

Looking for something fun and competitive? Dodgeball season is starting! Applications are available in ASC-100 and will be accepted no later than December 7th.

 

Hey DHS! Support Red Cross Club by stopping by Blaze Pizza this Friday 12/7 between 4-9pm. Make sure to bring a flyer to show the cashier!

 

Hey hey hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your Friendship Day permission slips by Wednesday the 5th. If you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to the Friendship Day on Friday the 7th. All aboard the Friendship Ship! Toot Toot!

 

Interested in Biochemistry? Women in Stem is hosting a seminar by Debbie Yaver, an expert on enzyme creation. Come to S-05 on Friday at lunch to find out more!

 

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

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

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, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

 

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Published: 12/4/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 4, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1973 - Pioneer 10-reached Jupiter. 

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 learn more about LGBT History? Come to the LGBT History Club at lunch in Mr. Williams room P-14. We hope to see you there!

 

ATHLETICS:

 Girls Basketball @ Antelope, 5:30JV-7:00V

Girls Basketball @ Antelope, Frosh/Soph./ 4:00                 dismiss: 2:00

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

The Adolescent Brain & Growth Mindset: This is the next presentation in our “Student Health and Wellness“ monthly series and will be focus on the adolescent brain and growth mindset. This description will include a discussion on regulated/non-regulated actions and growth mindset. DSHS students are encouraged to follow the link below if they are interested in learning on these topics.  Visit the DSHS Counseling page to click on our health and wellness offerings. A link on this page will allow students to sign up for the presentation while also excusing them from their 4th period class on December 11th.  Any questions please e-mail Vice Principal Kellie Sequeira (ksequeira@djusd.net). 

 

CLUBS:

Looking for something fun and competitive? Dodgeball season is starting! Applications are available in ASC-100 and will be accepted no later than December 7th.

 

Hey DHS! Support Red Cross Club by stopping by Blaze Pizza this Friday 12/7 between 4-9pm. Make sure to bring a flyer to show the cashier!

 

Hey hey hey it’s Friendship Day! Don’t forget to turn in your Friendship Day permission slips by Wednesday the 5th. If you forget to do so, bring the permission slip with you to the Friendship Day on Friday the 7th. All aboard the Friendship Ship! Toot Toot!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

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, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

 

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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     December 3, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1833 - Oberlin College in Ohio opened as the first truly coeducational school of higher education 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: 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 vs Sac High, 5:30V-3:30JV               dismiss: 2:00JV

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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. 

 

CLUBS:

Looking for something fun and competitive? Dodgeball season is starting! Applications are available in ASC-100 and will be accepted no later than December 7th.

 

Want to learn more about LGBT History? Come to the LGBT History Club Tuesday at lunch in Mr. Williams room P-14. We hope to see you there!

 

IMPORTANT DATES:                        

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, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

 

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Published: 11/30/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 30, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1995 - President Clinton became the first U.S. chief executive to visit Northern Ireland.

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 Astrochemistry? Come to S-5 at lunch to join Women in Stem in welcoming Sommer Johansen, a researcher studying astrochemistry. Her lab is even funded by NASA! Don’t miss out!

 

Hey CSF! Our fifth general meeting is in P-13. Come hear about our new projects and fulfill your semester meeting requirements. Hope to see you there! If you signed up to bring STEAC donations, they are needed ASAP!

 

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

 

Interested in finance or economics? Come to the first investment club meeting in room L-22! You’ll learn about growing your money, the stock market and much more!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Basketball – Speck Tourney, 1pm/2:30pm

Boys Varsity Basketball – Cartwright Classic @ Elk Grove - TBA

Boys JV Basketball @ Jesuit Tournament - TBA

Boys Soccer JV – Davis Devils Cup, 12:30pm /3:30pm                                  dismiss: 11:15am

Boys Soccer V – Davis Devils Cup, 12:30pm / 5:00pm                                  dismiss: 11:15am

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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 school and make a difference for families in need. The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (pronounced STAKE) (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. Several English teachers are collecting books in their classrooms; staff may also donate by using the boxes in the Staff Lounge.  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. 

 

CLUBS:

Davis FFA is collecting sheets, towels, and pillow cases that will be used as bandages for cattle, horses, and other animals burned in the fire. Donations are being collected in room O-1A through this Friday.

Looking for a holiday gift? Davis FFA is selling See’s Candy through Monday December 3rd. find a member to get your treats and support the Davis FFA.

 

Looking for something fun and competitive? Dodgeball season is starting! Applications are available in ASC-100 and will be accepted no later than December 7th.

 

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, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

 

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Published: 11/29/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 29, 2018

 

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

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 Basketball – Speck Tourney, 7:00JV North Gym / 8:00V South Gym

Boys Varsity Basketball – Cartwright Classic @ Elk Grove - TBA

Boys JV Basketball @ Jesuit Tournament - TBA

 

ACADEMICS/OPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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 school and make a difference for families in need. The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (pronounced STAKE) (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. Several English teachers are collecting books in their classrooms; staff may also donate by using the boxes in the Staff Lounge.  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. 

 

This Friday November 30th there will be a Vaping Presentation as part of our Student Health Wellness monthly series during 3rd period UC Davis is doing the presentation. The location is yet to be determined. You can signed up on the main page of the DHS website. Once signed up you will be excused from your 3rd period class on Friday.

 

CLUBS:

Davis FFA is collecting sheets, towels, and pillow cases that will be used as bandages for cattle, horses, and other animals burned in the fire. Donations are being collected in room O-1A through this Friday.

 

Looking for a holiday gift? Davis FFA is selling See’s Candy through Monday December 3rd. find a member to get your treats and support the Davis FFA.

 

Looking for something fun and competitive? Dodgeball season is starting! Applications are available in ASC-100 and will be accepted no later than December 7th.

 

Interested in Astrochemistry? Come to S-5 on Friday at lunch to join Women in Stem in welcoming Sommer Johansen, a researcher studying astrochemistry. Her lab is even funded by NASA! Don’t miss out!

 

Hey CSF! Our fifth general meeting is this Friday, November 30th, in P-13 at lunch. Come hear about our new projects and fulfill your semester meeting requirements. Hope to see you there! If you signed up to bring STEAC donations, they are needed ASAP!

 

Guys, gals, and non-binary 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.

 

Interested in finance or economics? Come to the first investment club meeting this Friday in room L-22! You’ll learn about growing your money, the stock market and much more!

 

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, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

 

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Published: 11/28/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 28, 2018

 

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

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 are going to be having a general meeting in S-12 during lunch. We will be sharing service projects.

 

If you plan to attend community college in the fall, you should attend the Sacramento City College Application Workshop 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.

 

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:

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 school and make a difference for families in need. The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (pronounced STAKE) (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. Several English teachers are collecting books in their classrooms; staff may also donate by using the boxes in the Staff Lounge.  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. 

 

This Friday November 30th there will be a Vaping Presentation as part of our Student Health Wellness monthly series during 3rd period UC Davis is doing the presentation. The location is yet to be determined. You can signed up on the main page of the DHS website. Once signed up you will be excused from your 3rd period class on Friday.

 

Winter Ball is Dec. 1st from 8:00 - 11:00pm. Tickets on sale in the Finance Office until Wednesday, 3:00pm. Tickets are $15 with ASB and $20 without ASB. Dance Contracts and Guest Passes (if applicable) MUST be completed before purchase. NO TICKET SALES @ the Door.

 

CLUBS:

Looking for something fun and competitive? Dodgeball season is starting! Applications are available in ASC-100 and will be accepted no later than December 7th.

 

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.

 

Interested in Astrochemistry? Come to S-5 on Friday at lunch to join Women in Stem in welcoming Sommer Johansen, a researcher studying astrochemistry. Her lab is even funded by NASA! Don’t miss out!

 

Hey CSF! Our fifth general meeting is this Friday, November 30th , in P-13 at lunch. Come hear about our new projects and fulfill your semester meeting requirements. Hope to see you there! If you signed up to bring STEAC donations, they are needed ASAP!

 

Guys, gals, and non binary 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.

 

Interested in finance or economics? Come to the first investment club meeting this Friday in room L-22! You’ll learn about growing your money, the stock market and much more!

 

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, Brunelle Theater 7:30pm

12/14 - Academic Center Awards Ceremony, Lunchtime – AC

12/14 – Financial Literacy Class, Lunchtime in the Career Center / Sign-up

12/14 - DSH Orchestras Winter Concert, Brunelle Theater 7pm

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

12/21 – Quarter 2, Semester 1 Ends

12/24 - 01/04 Winter Recess / No classes in session @ DSHS

 

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Published: 11/27/18




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 Davis Senior High School Daily Bulletin

     November 27, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1701 - Anders Celsius was born in Sweden. He was the inventor of the Celsius thermometer. 

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! Reminder! Wednesday morning the ASC Café is open for breakfast from 7:45-8:53. Come join us for an early morning breakfast on Sleep In day!

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Soccer Tryouts reschedule for today 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. 

 

Winter Ball is Dec. 1st from 8:00 - 11:00pm. Tickets on sale in the Finance Office until Wednesday, 3:00pm. Tickets are $15 with ASB and $20 without ASB. Dance Contracts and Guest Passes (if applicable) MUST be completed before purchase. NO TIX SALES @ the Door.

 

Blue Devil Book Drive! Bring a book to school and make a difference for families in need. The Blue Devil Book Drive will donate all books to the STEAC (pronounced STAKE) (Short Term Emergency Aid Committee) Holiday Program. Several English teachers are collecting books in their classrooms; staff may also donate by using the boxes in the Staff Lounge.  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. 

 

This Friday November 30th there will be a Vaping Presentation as part of our Student Health Wellness monthly series during 3rd period UC Davis is doing the presentation. The location is yet to be determined. You can signed up on the main page of the DHS website. Once signed up you will be excused from your 3rd period class on Friday.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Key Clubbers! We are going to be having a general meeting tomorrow in S-12 during lunch. We will be sharing service projects.

 

Looking for something fun and competitive? Dodgeball season is starting! Applications are available in ASC-100 and will be accepted no later than December 7th.

 

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: 11/26/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

Happy Thanksgiving from Davis Joint Unified School District.

DJUSD wishes you a restful and relaxing holiday break. The rain that has fallen this week has led to improved air quality and schools will reopen as regularly scheduled on Monday, November 26. If some unforeseen circumstances causes a change in plan, we will notify families by email, phone and text message (if you have opted into emergency text alerts.) Updates will also be posted to www.djusd.net and DJUSD Facebook and Twitter.

May the remainder of your holiday be filled with those things that bring you and your family joy. We look forward to seeing you back at school on Monday, November 26. 

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Posted by: Maria Clayton, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
Published: 11/23/18




Audience: Homepage and Homepage


 

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




Audience: Homepage and Homepage

 

 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




Audience: Homepage, Homepage, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12 and Students

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




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

 

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




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

 

 

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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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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Posted by: Maddie Shumway, District Admin, Davis Joint Unified School District
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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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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Published: 11/1/18




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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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Posted by: Bruce D. Cummings
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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 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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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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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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    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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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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Published: 10/17/18




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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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Posted by: Laura Osorio
Published: 10/16/18




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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: