A.C. DAVIS HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
Friday, September 20, 2019, day 17
Passing Time 7:55-8:00
Period 1 8:00-8:55
Period 2 9:00-10:00
LUNCH 1-A 10:05-10:35
Period 3 10:40-11:35
Period 4 11:40-12:35
Period 3 10:05-11:00
LUNCH 2-B 11:05-11:35
Period 4 11:40-12:350
Period 3 10:05-11:00
Period 4 11:05-12:00
LUNCH 3-C 12:05-12:35
Period 5 12:40-1:35
Period 6 1:40-2:35
Passing Time 2:35-2:45
Good Morning Pirate Family!
Here at Davis we are Dedicated, Honorable, and Safe!
- Do you want your voice to be heard? Do you need community service hours? Do you want to make a change in your community? Well you should join CCAN (Pronounced CAN). A fun and interactive club that helps create a positive change in our community and better brighten our future. CCAN meets every Monday after school at 1:45 in the library conference room, come join and let’s make a change!
- Asian Club will meet on Tuesday the 24th at 2:45 to 3:45 Room 305B.
- Davis High School has a new club this year, and it’s called the CONSTITUTION CLUB. All students who are interested in Liberty, Justice, and Individual Rights are invited to join! Our very first meeting will be held next Tuesday, September 24, from 2:40 until 3:10 in Mr. Norling’s room, 301D. Come join the fun and help make our country and community strong by being active participants in CONSTITUTION CLUB!
- This is a reminder to all Davis Students: Davis High School is a Closed Campus. If you need to leave at any time during school hours for a scheduled appointment you must present a note from your parent or guardian to the attendance window. A phone call from your parent or guardian will work as well. The note or phone call must be received in the attendance office before you leave campus. Be sure to have your orange Pass Slip with you as you leave campus.
- Be sure to see the Davis student artwork from the drawing and painting classes at the Central Washington State fair. Our Davis artists are amazing and have over 50 pieces of their art on display in the agriculture building. Davis artists continue to create excellence in their art.
- Juniors – Don’t procrastinate. You definitely don’t want to miss out on taking the PSAT. This practice tests lets you get a idea of how you would score on the actual SAT before college see the scores. You want to score as high as you can because sometimes you are awarded scholarships and merit aid for having good SAT scores. Also taking the PSAT could qualify you for the National Merit Scholarship. Pay $17 at the registrar’s office to sign up or see Mrs. Gainer in the counseling center.