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  • Davis High School Student, Ricardo Acevedo, Named Big Nine League's Most Valuable Football Player of the Year

    Posted by Ashley LaRiviere on 12/3/2021

    Congratulations to Davis High School student, Ricardo Acevedo, who was named the Big Nine League's Co-Most Valuable Player of the Year in Football.

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    Here are the Davis student athletes who earned All-Conference honors.

    FALL 2021-2022 HONORABLE MENTIONS

    Anders Norman, Cross Country

    Demetrius Corbray, Football

    Morgan Rodriguez, Football

    Becken Murphy, Football

    Josiah Bettles, Football

    Michael Wick, Football

    Darius Herron, Football

    Cindy Ruiz, Soccer

    Alexis Torres, Soccer

    Kailey Willsey, Volleyball

    Kathleen Velazquez, Volleyball

     

    SECOND TEAM

    Ilene Moran, Cross Country

    Carson Linstead, Football

    Victor Lamas, Football

    Caden Hogue, Football

    Carly Mattson, Soccer

    Jenessis Cortez, Soccer

    Shaela Allen Greggs, Volleyball

     

    FIRST TEAM

    Ricardo Acevedo, Football

    Ricardo Acevedo, Football

    Rebekah Spry, Slowpitch

    Allie Warford, Slowpitch

    Talia Ompta, Slowpitch

     

    PLAYER OF THE YEAR

    Ricardo Acevedo, Football

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  • CWU On the Spot Admissions Event at Davis High School

    Posted by Adam Rathjen on 12/2/2021

    On November 22nd Davis hosted an on the spot admissions event with Central Washington University. During the event 58 students were admitted to Central with 44 students receiveing shcolarships! Way to go Pirates!

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  • Ace Hardware of Yakima Donates Supplies to 8th Grade Science Students

    Posted by Ashley LaRiviere on 11/24/2021

    Shoutout to Ace Hardware of Yakima for donating 🛠 materials to our 8th-grade 🔬science students in Mr. Helseth and Mrs. Canham’s classes! This act of kindness enables our students to test the effects of potential and kinetic energy!

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  • Davis Auditorium Will Be Undergoing Upgrades

    Posted by Ari Vazquez on 11/23/2021

    Davis High School auditorium will be undergoing new changes as demolition and renovation are underway. Many, including Superintendent Dr. Trevor Greene and Principal Heather Hastie-Ulery, are excited about recent events surrounding the improvements being made the high school auditorium. Earlier this month demolition and upgrades began which have many alumni, staff, students and community members optimistic about future school events. 

    Dr. Greene highlights that the recent upgrades are a part of many throughout the years, but the overall auditorium renovation will allow many opportunities for the Fine Arts Program and the community. Original pieces such as chair frames, newly exposed windows and lighting fixtures will offer character and nostalgia of the older auditorium while the addition of new upgrades will truly update the space for the future. 

    Superintendent Greene and Principal Hastie-Ulery are hopeful for a competed project withing the next year and a half depending on current supply chain issues, but they have shared mock-ups and a digital walkthrough in the meantime as the project progresses. 

    Watch the official digital walkthrough here:

    Davis Auditorium Upgrades Introduction

    Join the Community Group here to stay up to date on auditorium news: 

    A.C. Davis Auditorium Updates

     

     

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  • Community Thanksgiving for Barge-Lincoln Families

    Posted by Hector Mendez on 11/23/2021

    Adrianne Garner (Director of Henry Beauchamp Community Center) and her team have partnered with Barge-Lincoln to support families in East Yakima.  Delia Torres (B-L School Counselor), Edgardo De La Torre (Barge-Lincoln Community & Schools Advocate) and Natalie Tinajero (Barge-Lincoln Student, Family & Community Advocate) connected with OIC of Washington/Henry Beauchamp Community Center who has provided the Yakima community service for 50 years.  Due to their parntership with the Yakima County Food Equity Coalition, OIC/Henry Beauchamp Center, Pacific Islander Coalition, Yakima County NAACP and Northwest Harvest they were able to provide 12 families a Thanksgiving meal on Monday, Nov. 29 that included bread rolls, egg noodles, vegetable oil, Mac n Cheese, gravy mix, walnuts, pinto beans, rice, pork n beans, sweet corn, sweet peas, butter, canned mixed veggies, cranberry sauce, 10 lb bag of potatoes and a 15 lb. turkey.  We thank our community for their continued support to the Barge-Lincoln community!Thank you Henry Beauchamp Center for supporting the B-L community!

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