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Daily Bulletin, Thursday October 19.

 

Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     October 19, 2017

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

ATHLETICS:

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

Girls’ Junior Varsity Tennis END OF JV SEASON

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

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

 

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

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

 

Spring trip to Costa Rica:  interested students will meet at lunchtime on Friday, October 20.  Go to the counseling office for the meeting.

 

CLUBS:

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

 

Team HBV will be having a fundraiser at Teabo (near Safeway) on Friday, October 20th, from 6pm to 12am. Come to drink Boba and contribute to effort to raise awareness about Hepatitis B Virus treatment and vaccination and stop liver cancer!

 

Guy, gals, and non-binary pals! It’s LGBTQ + History Month! Come join the GSA’s discussion in Mr. Moore’s room P-21, on the second floor near the elevator.

 

Agape is back! Come to Mr. Miller’s room, S-7 every Friday for games and discussion! See you there! Everyone is welcome.

 

CAREERS:

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

Financial Literacy classes are back! Here's your chance to become financially savvy!  On Friday, October 20 at lunch, the Yolo Federal Credit Union, in partnership with the PTA, will hold the first free Financial Literacy class of the year. This month’s topic is Money Management, Part 1 which will cover topics such as savings and checking accounts, check writing, balancing a check book, and more.  Sign up in the Career Center.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:      

10/20  Friendship Day

10/20  Student of the month Breakfast – Odd Fellows Hall

10/20  Financial Literacy Class, Career Center @ 12:00 lunch provided, Sign-up required.

10/25  LINK Crew Meeting – lunchtime, South Gym

11/3    Friendship Day

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

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

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

 

 

 

Posted by: Laura Osorio Published:10/18/17
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