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Bulletin, Wednesday, March 15, 2017

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Davis Senior High School

                                         Daily Bulletin                                                

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 44 BC - Roman Emperor Julius Caesar was assassinated by high-ranking Roman Senators. The day is known as the "Ides of March."

 

LUNCH CHOICES:  Hoisin BBQ Country Style Spare Rib w/Cajun Fries, Cubano Pork Sandwich w/Pesto Pasta, American Hot Dog w/Cajun Fries

 

ATHLETICS: Golf Boys Varsity vs Elk Grove – 4:00                           dismissal: 2:30 - select roster

Softball Varsity/JV @ Woodland Christian – 6:00

Swim Team vs Jesuit/St. Francis – 4:00

Track & Field vs Elk Grove/Franklin – 3:30

Volleyball Boys JV vs Inderkum – 5:00

Volleyball Boys Varsity vs Elk Grove – 6:00

 

Davis Senior High School Athletics announces online registration. Say goodbye to the 10-page paper packet! Beginning June 1st, the athletic department will be rolling out the new system for the 2017-2018 school year.  Athletes in grades 9-12 will submit their sports paperwork via the new online system. Detailed instructions are available on the DSHS website Athletics page  http://dshs.djusd.net/athletics  Questions? Contact the Athletics Department 757-5400 x125

 

All interested in participating in the Fall 2017 Football program should attend the parent/player info meeting Sunday, March 19 at 3:00pm in the DHS library. Come learn about the summer/fall schedule and what is planned for the program this year.

 

Attention girls’ basketball players in current grades 6th-11th: Varsity coaches Heather Highshoe and Darius Liggett are expanding their summer program into a spring AAU circuit program, called NorCal Press. Our goal is to have multiple teams, based on age and skill level. This program will include strength and conditioning, skill training and practices, and competitive tournaments. The program will run April through June. This is a great opportunity to get exposure to what the high school program is about, play with potential teammates, as well as play and learn from the DHS coaching staff. Please contact Coach Heather Highshoe at hhighshoe@djusd.net for more information. 

 

TODAY:  Hey DHS! Come join Link Crew on the quad Wednesday at lunch.  We’ll be playing games like Jenga, Uno and Fact or Crap!

 

ACADEMICS: Sacramento City College has reserved special Assessment Exam dates for high school students who want to take the assessment exam at the Davis Campus.  Students must take the assessment Exam before enrolling at Sacramento City College, and it must be taken before April 1 to receive priority enrollment.  Come to the Career Center for the list of special exam dates and to make an appointment.

 

SENIORS:  If you are planning to attend UC Davis, have a minimum GPA of 3.5, and you worked at a paid job during high school, you may qualify for the $14,001 Beeghly-Merritt Scholarship!  The deadline to apply is April 7.  Applications are available in the Career Center. 

 

OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS/MISCELLANEOUS: We want to thank the members of the Red Cross Club who worked on our recent blood drive.  We also want to thank each of the students and staff who came to donate blood.  On Monday, we registered 98 participants and collected 73 pints of blood .  We also had 47 first time donors.  What a great way to help save lives!

 

Attention Seniors! Karl from Herff-Jones will be here during lunch on Thursday, March 23 for class rings and graduation announcements! Also, juniors come by the quad to receive information on your class of 2018 rings.

 

Blue Devils! World Language Fair will take place Saturday, March 18th in the South Gym, from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm.  International Cuisine, Music, Arts and Crafts, Dance as well as a food competition will highlight this year’s celebration.  All are welcome with their friends and family.  Ask your world language teacher about extra credit passports!

 

John Dau from the documentary ‘God Grew Tired of Us’ will be speaking in the Brunelle Theater (also known as the IPAB) on Thursday, March 16 during lunch.  Mr. Dau was a Lost Boy refugee in Sudan during the early years of the Sudanese Civil War.  He lived in a refugee camp and then came to the U.S. as a refugee immigrant.  He will also be speaking at 7 p.m. at night in Brunelle Theater.  He will have books for sale (he will be signing).  Also, please consider bringing a small donation for his foundation, The John Dau Foundation.  THERE IS NO FOOD OR DRINK ALLOWED IN THE THEATER.

 

Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold another free Financial Literacy class on Friday, March 17 at lunch in the Career Center.  Pizza will be provided.  James Ritchie with the Yolo Federal Credit Union will discuss the basics of credit, credit cards, establishing credit history and understanding loans.  The class is limited to 30 students so sign up soon in the Career Center!

 

Seniors, the 2017 Graduation Speech Applications are now available!  If you are interested in speaking at the 2017 Graduation Ceremony, please see Carmen Schnathorst to pick up an application.  Applications are due Friday, April 7, 2017 at 4:00pm.  No late applications accepted.

 

Would you like to learn more about West Point Military Academy?  If so, Jeff Stark, a former DHS student, will be in the Career Center on Wednesday, March 15 at lunch to discuss his experiences at West Point and answer questions.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Seniors, if you ordered a 2017 panoramic class picture and haven’t picked it up, please go the Career Center this week to get your picture. 

 

The City of Davis has two part-time summer jobs available, for a lifeguard and a swim instructor.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

Sports Physical Clinic will be held  Saturday, June 3 from 8:30 – 11:30 am, Sutter Family Medicine, 2030 Sutter Pl., Suite 200, Davis.  Athletes in grades 7-12 are encouraged to complete their sports physicals this spring for the 2017-2018 school year.  A $20 donation for participation in the clinic will be donated to benefit DHS Athletics.  Bring your Sports Physical Exam form filled out and signed by a parent to participate in the clinic.  Physical forms are available in the DHS Front Office or on the Athletics page of the DHS website, forms folder: https://dshs.djusd.net

 

CLUBS:  Gray gender describes a person who barely experiences gender or is not really attached to the concept of gender.  Want to know more and have free snacks? Come to the GSA meeting this Friday in Wheeler’s room, L-20 at lunch.

 

Attention all NHS Seniors! If you believe you qualify for a NHS Senior cord, please go to Ms. Neagley’s room, L-21 by Friday, March 17th and initial next to your name.

 

Hey Key Clubbers! We’ll be having another general meeting on Wednesday at lunch in Room S-12.  If you are a senior who would like an honor cord, please remember to bring a $10 donation! If you’re unable to do so, please come talk to an officer after the meeting!

 

Attention CFS Seniors: Check the list posted in the window of P-13.  It lists all seniors who are graduating as either lifetime or active lifetime members.  Verify your status and spelling by initialing next to your name.  Deadline to do this is April 7.  Don’t forget!

 

IMPORTANT DATES

3/16                       John Dau, Author/Filmmaker ‘God Grew Tired of                                   Us’ Lunchtime Brunelle Theater

3/17                       Academic Center Awards Lunchtime Academic Center

3/17                       Financial Literacy Class Lunchtime Career Center

3/17                       Band Festival – Jr. and Sr. High School Bands All                                 Day Brunelle Theater

3/18                       Band Festival – Jr. and Sr. High School Bands All                                 Day Brunelle Theater

3/18                       World Language Fair 11:30 – 2:00 pm South Gym

3/19                       Football Program 2017 Player/Parent Meeting 3:00                               DHS Library

3/24                       Quarter 3 Ends

3/24                       Momentum Dance Concert 7:30  pm Brunelle                                       Theater (free to public)

3/27-3/31               Spring Break

4/3                         School resumes

4/8                         Wennberg Concert Mondavi Center

4/13                       DHS Jazz Invitational 7:00 pm Brunelle Theater

4/14                       Mr. Blue Devil 7:00 pm Brunelle Theater

4/17                       Day of Silence

4/19,4/20,4/21       CAASSP Testing

 

Posted by: Christine Treece Potts Published:3/16/17
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