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The last day to pre-order yearbooks is this Friday, Jan. 26

SENIOR ADS: Make a priceless memory for your student and honor your senior with an ad in the yearbook! You provide photos and brief text and the yearbook staff will design the ad. Go to https://yearbookforever.com/#school/2914/2018 for pricing and to upload your content. For a sample of how the finished ad will look, see the attached sample. All photos and text must be received no later than Friday, Feb. 2. For information or questions, contact blueandwhiteyearbook@gmail.com

 

YEARBOOK PRE-SALE: The last day to pre-order yearbooks is this Friday, Jan. 26. The base price is currently $100 but name stamps and other features can be added. The price will go up to $120 if you wait until the books arrive in late May. Go to https://yearbookforever.com/#school/2914/2018 to purchase a yearbook ASAP!

CAASPP Results

The results of the spring 2017 California Assessment of Student Progress and Performance (CAASPP) are available through the California Department of Education website.

Email for Students

As of October 17, 2017

Students in grades 2-12 will have email

through the district G Suite (Google) domain,

@djusdstudents.org

Please visit the "Email for Students" page for details

Parent School Loop registration

Are you a parent registering for a School Loop account for Davis Senior High School? See our parent information page if you have questions!

News

1/22/18

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     January 23, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1849 - English-born Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman in America to receive a medical degree. It was from the Medical Institution of Geneva, NY.

 

 MENU DHS:

Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

Lunch: “Street” Chicken, Or Beef Tacos / Cheese Quesadilla with Sour cream.

 

TODAY:

Athletes in grades 9-12 interested in the DHS Swim Team: please attend the upcoming information meeting today at 6:30pm in DHS library.

 

ATHLETICS:

Girls Basketball @ Monterey Trail 5:30JV/7:00V

Frosh Girls Basketball @ River Valley, 4:00pm                                           

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

Boys Soccer @ Grant 3:30V/5:00JV                                                             dismiss: 1:45V-2:45JV

 

Attention Track and Field Athletes: If you are a DHS athlete who missed the informational meeting last Tuesday, but you would like to participate on the team, there will be a meeting in room L-25 during lunch on Wednesday, 1/24. 

 

ACADEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/EVENTS:

Enjoy a delicious dinner, singing and dancing at the 30th annual DHS Jazz Choir Cabaret - the choir’s most elaborate production and largest celebration of the year. Dinner shows will be held Saturday, Feb. 10 and Sunday, Feb 11 at Emerson Junior High. A final show-only performance will be held on Saturday, Feb 17 at Brunelle. Visit jazzchoir.net for show details and to buy your tickets. Hurry - Ticket sales for the Cabaret Dinner end on February 5!

 

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchase your grad night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug-free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

 

PSAT scores are now available to pick up in the Career Center.

 

Parking Lots and Lockers: Students, please remember that parking lots are off limits during break, passing periods, and class time.  If you are in need of a locker, there are still plenty of lockers available.  Please come to the attendance office and request a locker.  Remember to bring a lock!

Play the Knave, an interactive karaoke-style Shakespeare videogame, is coming to the After Hours program here at Davis Senior High Library! Come by on Mondays from 5:30-7:30pm to join in on this exciting new take on Shakespeare with avatars that allow you to be anything from an alien to a Roman soldier!

 

CLUBS:

Come audition for the spring play “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later”! This is a play with a social justice message, about the lasting effects of a hate crime. Auditions begin January 23rd at 4pm in P-11, and continue until the 26th. See you there!

 

Please come to P-14 at lunch on Wednesday to hear Qais Badran (an exchange student at Da Vinci Charter Academy) speak about his life growing up in an Arab village in Israel.  Qais will have a slideshow and his remarks will focus on his unique experiences.  You are welcome to bring your lunch and eat while you listen to the presentation.

 

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 at lunch from January 22nd to February 2nd. Bring 5 dollars and a transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring an hours sheet. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Spoke Literacy and Art Magazine is now accepting submissions for its spring issue. The submission deadline is March 2nd and the theme is Home. While interpreting this theme, please consider culture, religion, family, etc. email your submission to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

Interested in learning about how sugars play an important part in shaping biological processes? Come to Dr. Mariana Barboza’s talk, “The Science of Sugars”, hosted by the DHS Science Café and learn about glycobiology and the life of a scientist. This Wednesday the 24th at 2:45 in S-9.

 

CAREERS:

Join a group of DHS students as we answer questions about college and learn “HOW TO PLAY THE COLLEGE GAME” provided in a partnership between Sacramento City College and Davis Senior High School at The Career Center January 24th @ 2:40pm.  Topic of The Month is: Stress Management.

 

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

It's College Tour time!  The City of Davis is offering its annual So-Cal Safari College Tour trip for high school students.  Colleges on the tour are UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, San Diego State, CSU Long Beach and UC Irvine.  The trip will take place March 26-29.  Cost is $520, which includes transportation, college tours, breakfast, dinner and hotels.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

Are you looking for a summer job?  If so, the City of Davis is holding a free Job Skills Workshop on Wednesday, January 31 at 4:00 p.m. in the Veteran's Memorial Center Theater.  Participants will learn how to contact with potential employers, write a resume, and prepare for job interviews. Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

1/24/18  LINK Crew Meeting

1/25/18  DSHS English Learner Advisory

1/27/18  DHS Idol (ATC)

2/02/18  DHS Idol (ATC)

2/3/18    DHS Idol – Finals

2/5/17    Elections Assembly

2/5-2/9   CSF Spring Registrations

more
1/19/18

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     January 22, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1666 - Shah Jahan, a descendant of Genghis Khan and Timur, died at the age of 74. He was the Mongul emperor of India that built the Taj Mahal as a mausoleum for his wife Mumtaz-i-Mahal.

 

 MENU DHS:

Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

Lunch: Meatball Sandwich w/ Cajun Fries / Orange Chicken w/ Brown Rice & Veggies.

 

ATHLETICS:

Ski Team Race – Sugar Bowl                                                                          dismiss: All-day

Snowboard Team Race @ Boreal                                                                   dismiss: All-day

 

Athletes in grades 9-12 interested in the DHS Swim Team: please attend the upcoming information meeting on Tuesday, January 23 at 6:30pm in DHS library.

 

ACDEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/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 24, 2018 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS Instrumentalists and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra at the Mondavi Center in Jackson Hall at the Wennberg Music Festival on Sunday, April 8, 2018 at 2:30pm 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 January 12th. Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

Enjoy a delicious dinner, signing and dancing at the 30th annual DHS Jazz Choir Cabaret - the choir’s most elaborate production and largest celebration of the year. Dinner shows will be held Saturday, Feb. 10 and Sunday, Feb 11 at Emerson Junior High. A final show-only performance will be held on Saturday, Feb 17 at Brunelle. Visit jazzchoir.net for show details and to buy your tickets. Hurry - Ticket sales for the Cabaret Dinner end on February 5!

 

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchase your grad night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug-free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

 

PSAT scores are now available to pick up in the Career Center.

 

Parking Lots and Lockers: Students, please remember that parking lots are off limits during break, passing periods, and class time.  If you are in need of a locker, there are still plenty of lockers available.  Please come to the attendance office and request a locker.  Remember to bring a lock!

 

CLUBS:

Hey Davis High! Are you looking to make a difference at our school? Want to lead preparations for Winter Ball or Prom? Be the liaison to the School Board? Then apply for the ASB office! Applications are in ASC Student Government room and are due by Jan 23 to the office.

 

Come audition for the spring play “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later”! This is a play with a social justice message, about the lasting effects of a hate crime. Auditions begin January 23rd at 4pm in P-11, and continue until the 26th. See you there!

 

Please come to P-14 at lunch on Wednesday to hear Qais Badran (an exchange student at Da Vinci Charter Academy) speak about his life growing up in an Arab village in Israel.  Qais will have a slideshow and his remarks will focus on his unique experiences.  You are welcome to bring your lunch and eat while you listen to the presentation.

 

Register for the National Honor Society! We will be outside S-12 at lunch from January 22nd to February 22nd. Bring 5 dollars and a transcript from last semester. Active members should also bring an hours sheet. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Spoke Literacy and Art Magazine is now accepting submissions for its spring issue. The submission deadline is March 2nd and the theme is Home. While interpreting this theme, please consider culture, religion, family, etc. email your submission to spokesubmissions100@gmail.com

 

Interested in learning about how sugars play an important part in shaping biological processes? Come to Dr. Mariana Barboza’s talk, “The Science of Sugars”, hosted by the DHS Science Café and learn about glycobiology and the life of a scientist. This Wednesday the 24th at 2:45 in S-9.

 

CAREERS:

Join a group of DHS students as we answer questions about college and learn “HOW TO PLAY THE COLLEGE GAME” provided in a partnership between Sacramento City College and Davis Senior High School at The Career Center January 24th @ 2:40pm.  Topic of The Month is: Stress Management.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it’s like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, March 23at 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 February 22.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

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

 

It's College Tour time!  The City of Davis is offering its annual So-Cal Safari College Tour trip for high school students.  Colleges on the tour are UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, San Diego State, CSU Long Beach and UC Irvine.  The trip will take place March 26-29.  Cost is $520, which includes transportation, college tours, breakfast, dinner and hotels.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

1/24/18  LINK Crew Meeting

1/25/18  DSHS English Learner Advisory

1/27/18  DHS Idol (ATC)

2/02/18  DHS Idol (ATC)

2/3/18    DHS Idol – Finals

2/5/17    Elections Assembly

2/5-2/9   CSF Spring Registrations

more
1/18/18

 

 Davis Senior High School

Daily Bulletin

     January 19, 2018

 

THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 1793 - King Louis XVI was tried by the French Convention, found guilty of treason and sentenced to the guillotine.

 

 MENU DHS:

Breakfast Serve Daily:  Cereal w/Graham Cracker, Breakfast Pizza, Assorted Breakfast Sandwiches, Scones, Breakfast Burrito, Chicken & Cheese Quesadilla, Pancakes w/ Sausage, Assorted Muffins, Chicken & Biscuit Slider, Yogurt Parfait w/Graham Cracker.

Grab & Go Hot Chocolate & Muffin & Fruit Cinnamon Rolls.

 

Lunch: Chicken Burrito w/ Cilantro lime Rice / Beef & Cheesy Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice / Bean & Cheese Burrito w/ Cilantro Lime Rice.

 

TODAY:

Guys, gals, and nonbinary pals! It’s No Name-Calling Week! No Name-Calling Week is organized by GLSEN to help end name-calling and bulling in schools. Come to the GSA meeting this Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore’s room, P-21 on the second floor near the elevator to learn more!

 

ATHLETICS:

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

Girls Basketball vs Grant 7:00pm (Varsity only)

Girls Frosh Basketball vs Woodcreek - 4:00pm                                                  

 

Athletes in grades 9-12 interested in the DHS Swim Team: please attend the upcoming information meeting on Tuesday, January 23 at 6:30pm in DHS library.

 

ACDEMICS/OPPORTUNITIES/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 24, 2018 at 7:00pm on stage in the DHS Brunelle Performance Hall. It is open to all DHS Instrumentalists and free to the public to view. The winner of this competition will be given the honor of performing with the DHS Symphony Orchestra at the Mondavi Center in Jackson Hall at the Wennberg Music Festival on Sunday, April 8, 2018 at 2:30pm 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 January 12th. Email Mr. Moreno if you have questions at amoreno@djusd.net

 

Enjoy a great dinner and jazz at the 30th annual DHS Jazz Choir Cabaret - the choir’s most elaborate production and largest celebration of the year. Dinner shows will be held Saturday, Feb. 10 and Sunday, Feb 11 at Emerson Junior High. A final show-only performance will be held on Saturday, Feb 17 at Brunelle. Visit jazzchoir.net for show details and to buy your tickets.

 

Join our next DHS Health and Wellness event next Monday January 22nd  on Academic Stress— during 2nd  period in the library. All students who want to attend should sign up on the Counseling Web Page (right side). Students 2nd  period class will be excused if the signup and attend this Health and Wellness event…Academic Stress---come and learn strategies to manage the pressures!

 

Attention Graduating Senior and Senior Parents!  Have you purchase your grad night tickets yet? You are running out of time for the discounted price. Grad Night ticket prices are going up FEBRUARY 1ST Every graduating senior in Davis (Da Vinci, DSIS, King and DHS) is welcome to celebrate at this All-night, alcohol and drug-free party on Friday, June 8th from 9:30 pm- 5:00 am. Visit  davisgradnight.org  to purchase tickets. Tickets are $75.00 until February 1st. Ticket includes all activities, food, and raffle entry. Please contact Brandi Lutzker at blutzker@aol.com if you have questions about tickets.

PSAT scores reports will be available to pick up in the Career Center starting Monday, January 22.

 

DHS PTA Newsletter Submissions: Monday, January 22nd, is the deadline for submitting information and articles for the February Davis High School PTA newsletter. Please send news, announcements, etc. to the DHS PTA Media Listserve at DHSPTAmedia@mailman.dcn.org.Be sure to include your name, email address and phone number in case the newsletter editor has questions about your submission and also note that not every submission will be automatically included. Inclusion is at the discretion of our communications committee and is subject to timing, the appropriate venue(s), and frequency of the request(s).The newsletter is the ONLY communication tool that reaches ALL DHS families, whether they have internet access or not. The newsletter is generally published around the first of each month.  This is a great way to inform, notify or enlist parents' help for upcoming DHS school and student activities.

 

CLUBS:

Hey Davis High! Are you looking to make a difference at our school? Want to lead preparations for Winter Ball or Prom? Be the liaison to the School Board? Then apply for the ASB office! Applications are in ASC Student Government room and are due by Jan 23 to the office.

 

Come audition for the spring play “The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later”! This is a play with a social justice message, about the lasting effects of a hate crime. Auditions begin January 23rd at 4pm in P-11, and continue until the 26th. See you there!

 

CAREERS:

Join a group of DHS students as we answer questions about college and learn “HOW TO PLAY THE COLLEGE GAME” provided in a partnership between Sacramento City College and Davis Senior High School at The Career Center January 24th @ 2:40pm.  Topic of The Month is: Stress Management.

 

Juniors interested in learning what it’s like to be an FBI agent can now apply for the FBI Teen Academy held on Friday, March 23at 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 February 22.  Come to the Career Center for more information.

 

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

 

It's College Tour time!  The City of Davis is offering its annual So-Cal Safari College Tour trip for high school students.  Colleges on the tour are UC Santa Barbara, UCLA, San Diego State, CSU Long Beach and UC Irvine.  The trip will take place March 26-29.  Cost is $520, which includes transportation, college tours, breakfast, dinner and hotels.  Come to the Career Center for more information. 

 

IMPORTANT DATES:        

1/20/18  Harmony in Our Lives (All District Choirs)

1/24/18  LINK Crew Meeting

1/25/18  DSHS English Learner Advisory

1/27/18  DHS Idol (ATC)

2/3/18    DHS Idol – Finals

2/5/17    Elections Assembly

2/5-2/9   CSF Spring Registrations

more
Today: 1/23/18

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