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    MONDAY, January 21: No School TUESDAY, January 22: REGULAR SCHEDULE

     Reminder to Staff:  Please keep students in class until the bell rings.  Avoid letting students out of class unless it is an emergency. 

    We want to maintain a good testing environment throughout campus.  Thank you.



                            January 23


    Passing Time            7:53-8:00

    Period 1 –
                    FINAL    8:00-9:05

    Period 2                9:10-10:05

    LUNCH 1-A

    LUNCH 1-A        10:10-10:40

    Period 3              10:45-11:35

    Period 4 –
                  FINAL  11:40-12:45


    LUNCH 2-B

    Period 3              10:10-11:00

    LUNCH 2-B        11:05-11:35

    Period 4 –
                 FINAL   11:40-12:45


    LUNCH 3-C

    Period 3              10:10-11:00

    Period 4 –
                 FINAL   11:05-12:10

          LUNCH 3-C  12:15-12:45


    Period 5                12:50-1:40

    Period 6                  1:45-2:35

    Passing Time           2:35-2:45


                          January 24


    Passing Time         7:53-8:00

    Period 1                8:00-8:55

    Period 2 -
                FINAL    9:00-10:05

    LUNCH 1-A

    LUNCH 1-A       10:10-10:40

    Period 3             10:45-11:35

    Period 4               1:40-12:30


    LUNCH 2-B

    Period 3             10:10-11:00

    LUNCH 2-B       11:05-11:35

    Period 4             11:40-12:30


    LUNCH 3-C

    Period 3              10:10-11:00

    Period 4              11:05-11:55

    LUNCH 3-C        12:00-12:30


    Period 5 –

    Period 6                   1:45-2:35

    Passing Time            2:35-2:45


                            January 25


    Passing Time          7:53-8:00

    Period 1                 8:00-8:50

    Period 2                 8:55-9:50

    LUNCH 1-A

    LUNCH 1-A         9:55-10:25

    Period 3 –
                FINAL   10:30-11:35

    Period 4             11:40-12:30


    LUNCH 2-B

    Period 3 –
                 FINAL    9:55-11:00

    LUNCH 2-B       11:05-11:35

    Period 4             11:40-12:30


    LUNCH 3-C

    Period 3 –
                 FINAL     9:55-11:00

    Period 4              11:05-11:55

    LUNCH 3-C        12:00-12:30


    Period 5                12:35-1:25

    Period 6 –
                   FINAL     1:30-2:35

    Passing Time            2:35-2:45

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  • History Day Judges Needed

    Davis High School will be hosting the Central Washington Regional History Day contest on Saturday, March 9th. 80-90 judges are needed to evaluate all the student projects. Judges work in teams of three and evaluate 8-12 projects. Please register on the website link, and if you have any questions, please email Matt Norling at norling.matthew@yakimaschools.org.

    If you would like to volunteer, please go to this website and register: Regional History Day Registration



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  • The Seal of Biliteracy Applications

    Applications for the Seal of Biliteracy are now available!  If you are a 10th-12th grader and speak another language besides English, you can earn up to 4 credits, and earn the Seal of Biliteracy. Please see your World Language teacher or Mrs. Martinez in the counseling center for an application.  The test will be on Saturday, March 16th in the cafeteria. 

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  • Davis Health Clinic Office and Clinic Hours


    Office Hours

    10:30am – 2:00pm





    Office Hours


    10:30am – 12:00pm

    12:00pm – 5:00pm





    Office Hours






    Office Hours



    10:00am – 11:30am

    11:30am – 12:00pm

    12:00pm – 5:00pm







    Pleas note: the health clinic will only be open when school is in session. Non-school days the clinic will be closed.

    Parents, if you have any questions about the Davis Health Clinic Ryan Bogges and Gabby Arteago Ramos will be staffing the clinic during office hours. They are available to answer questions from parents, students, and staff.

    Students, if you have any questions about the Davis Health Clinic please see your counselor or Michelle McGuirk.

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  • After-School Tutoring For Yakima Valley Students

    Davis Extended-Hours Tutoring

    Mrs. Greene    509-573-2507

    Mrs. Parker     509 573-2577


    • Monday: 1:35 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    • Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 2:35 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    • Fridays: No tutoring


    Davis Library Media Center

    Second floor of C Building

    Davis High School


    • Junior and senior students provide tutoring under the supervision of Davis teaching staff.
    • Certified teachers provide supervision and advanced tutoring.


    • Tutoring and access to computers.
    • Help with homework and projects.
    • Assistance with research and resumes--as well as college and scholarship applications.


    • All Yakima School District students are welcome to use the program.
    • Elementary students must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
    • Middle-school students must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and meet with Mrs. Greene during their first tutoring session.
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District Announcements


District Highlights

  • Yakima Public Schools See Growth in Graduation Rates

    In 2018, 79.5% of students graduated in four years. This is up from 72.5% in 2017, 73.5% in 2016, 65.3% in 2015 and 63.2% in 2014. The average graduation rate in Washington State in 2018 was 80.9%. Further, Davis High School and Eisenhower High School saw rates far above the state average of 80.9% in 2018 with 88.7% and 84.8% respectively.

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  • Congratulations to all new National Board Certified Staff

    Click the title above to see the list of new NBCT's

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  • Wellness Resources

    Taking care of yourself both physically and mentally is important. Please click the title above for a list of local resources. We care about you!

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  • Equity in Education

    The Yakima School District recognizes and respects the uniqueness of each student, staff member and citizen within the community. Teaming together, the school community creates a learning environment that fosters fair treatment and access to educational resources and programs for all students. The American democratic system depends on equal access to the opportunities for and benefits of public education for all young people: our future leaders, voters, taxpayers, workers, parents and adult citizens (Click the Equity in Education title above for our full policy).

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Character Word of the Month

  • Character - It's Who You Are!

    Character Education Word for January:

    Tolerant - Showing willingness to allow the existence of opinions or behaviors that one does not necessarily agree with.

    View all character words

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