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  • Character - It's Who You Are!

    Character Education Word for October: Engaged - The degree of attention, curiosity, interest, optimism, and passion that a person shows with a particular topic or activity.

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Announcements

  • Juniors and Seniors - Register for the Seal of Biliteracy by Oct 30

    The Seal of Biliteracy is an award given by the Yakima School District recognizing students who have studied and attained proficiency in two or more languages prior to graduation. Students must also show proficiency on the Smarter Balanced Assessment in English Language Arts.

    Click here for details and to register...

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  • Below are help documents regarding the start of 2nd Quarter which begins on October 30th:

    Parent Letter from Principal McDaniel

    Parent letter regarding the start of 2nd Quarter

     

    Remote Learning Schedule 2nd Quarter

    There is a new schedule that has been adjusted for 2nd Quarter

     

    DHS Contact and Resource Guide

    The Davis Contacts and Reource Guide has contact information for tech support, the health clinic, parent and student hotlines, counselor information, student services and more.

    Student Quick Guide


    Information on remote learning 2nd quarter, skyward, gmail and canvas help can be found in the Student Quick Guide.

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  • Attendance Procedure and Parent Communication

    There is a new attendance procedure for remote learning. Click to read the Parent Letter on the new attendance procedure.

    There is also a new way to receive information about the school. Parents can access this Canvas Site to find announcements, emails, letters, help documents, promotional and ‘how to’ videos, and Davis News Network (DNN) episodes.

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  • Student Parent Hotline and Email Support

    The 2020-21 school year will bring many changes. To ensure we provide responsive support during distance learning, Davis High School has created a help hotline and email address, for both students and parents. You may use this platform to ask questions, receive technology and password support, or provide comments and suggestions.

    Parents 573-2790

    parentsupport.davis@ysd7.org

     

    Students 573-2791

    studentsupport.davis@ysd7.org

     

    You may also contact me directly by phone or email.

    Ryan McDaniel, Principal

    A.C. Davis High School

    509-573-2501

    mcdaniel.ryan@ysd7.org

     

    El año escolar 2020-21 traerá muchos cambios. Para asegurarnos de brindar apoyo durante el aprendizaje a distancia, la Escuela Preparatoria Davis ha creado una línea telefónica directa y una dirección de correo electrónico de ayuda, tanto para los estudiantes como para los padres. Pueden utilizar esta plataforma para hacer preguntas, recibir apoyo con contraseñas y tecnología, o para proporcionar comentarios y sugerencias.

    Padres, 573-2790

    parentsupport.davis@ysd7.org

     

    Estudiantes, 573-2791

    studentsupport.davis@ysd7.org

     

    También pueden comunicarse directamente conmigo por teléfono o por correo electrónico.

    Ryan McDaniel, Director

    Escuela Preparatoria A.C. Davis

    509-573-2501

    mcdaniel.ryan@ysd7.org 

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  • Senior IB Announcement

    Seniors who have taken an IB class and have submitted work to IB, please contact Mrs. Main via email (main.diane@yakimaschools.org) to request your IB transcript.  You need to email her your name (spelled correctly) and the university/college and the campus site to which you wish your transcript to be sent.

    Example:

    Last Name, First Name

    College/University

    City/Campus Site

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YSD Stories

  • Principal Appreciation Month - A.C. Davis High School

    Posted by Ashley LaRiviere on 10/20/2020

    The Yakima School District would like to thank and honor our principals for their visionary leadership and tireless pursuit of success for each student.

    Principal Appreciation Image for AC Davis

    Did you know that Principal Ryan McDaniel has run a marathon? 

    Did you know that Assistant Principal Lorenzo Alvarado has hit a hole-in-one?

    Did you know that Assistant Principal Bob Stanley has played basketball at CWU for legendary coach Dean Nicholson? 

    Did you know that Assistant Principal Jewel Brumley has a pilot's license? 

    Did you know that Assistant Principal Rebecca Shelton walked the Camino de Santiago in 2019?

    Did you know that Assistant Principal Heather Hastie's nickname is Heddy?

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  • Washington Apple Crunch October 7th!

    Posted by Melissa Lim on 10/12/2020

     

     

    Yakima School District participated for the first time in the state wide "Taste Washington Day," Washington Apple Crunch event on Wednesday, October 7th. The students who picked up meals received a fun handout sheet with apple facts, as well as a Washington grown apple so they could participate in the state wide celebration by biting into their apple with a CRUNCH! Our food service staff at Davis High school decided to join in themselves and are pictured below along with other food service staff throughout our differnt sites. 

    Did you know Washington State produces more apples than any other state in the United States? Harvest of these apples begins in August and goes through November and Yakima County is the leading county in Washington for apple production! On top of being an important economic part of the Yakima valley, apples also contribute some stellar nutrition! Apples contain antioxidants which help keep your cells healthy, vitamin c which can boost your immune system, and soluble fiber which helps lower cholesterol. Now there's something to celebrate, and if you ever get a chance to meet the growers and farmers of the next apple you take a bite of, remember to thank them for supplying you with a local, nutrition packed, delicious treat! Shout out to the Yakima Valley for being a noteworthy agricultural leader in our nation and for the Yakima School District featuring local produce. 

    #TasteWADay

    #WAAppleCrunch

    Davis High School staff participating in the Washington Apple Crunch, October 7th.

     

    Thanks for tunining in with Food Services!

     

    Melissa Lim, RDN

    Food Services Program Manager

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  • Davis Film Production Class creates first Newscast of the Year!

    Posted by Jeff Rist on 9/8/2020

    Davis Film Production class is proud to get their first Newscast up and running in the first week of school!  This class is a zero period class run by Mr. Jeff Rist at Davis High School focusing on teaching video and film techniques.  

    The students computed this 7 minute newscast 100% student ran!  Executive Producer; junior, Saray Montes de Oca and Lead Editor; senior, Jayden Wolfley-Barnes worked with the rest of the class to complete this newscast while in quarantine!  

    The students researched, wrote, shoot and edited their own material.

    Follow Davis YouTube page for weekly Newscasts that are 100% student driven!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1KQ2rwTpooo&t=2s

     

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  • EBT Funds Available to All YSD Students

    Posted by YSD Food Services on 7/6/2020

    Because COVID-19 closed our schools, your children are eligible for food assistance, called Pandemic EBT (P-EBT): Emergency School Meals Program.

    P-EBT provides families with funds to make up for some of the cost of meals while school was closed. This benefit is for Washington children in grades K-12 who receive free or reduced-price school meals. These benefits will be on an Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card which is used like a debit card to buy groceries. Because all YSD students receive free breakfast and lunch, all YSD students are eligible regardless of income. If you do not already receive benefits, you will need to apply on or after June 30.  If you receive food assistance benefits already, the money will appear on your EBT on June 30.

    Update 7/6/20: We have been in contact with OSPI last week and they said that DSHS had the incorrect student list for Yakima School District which is why they turned down some parents; they are updating with the correct list which will show any student enrolled in Yakima School District that was grade K-12 in the school year 2019-2020 as eligible for PEBT.

    If you were denied, go to WashingtonConnections.org and apply again and see if their list has been updated. You can inform them Yakima is a CEP district.

    PEBT Flyer - English

    PEBT Flyer - Spanish

    Questions? Let's Talk

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  • Rocio Garcia is a Statewide Winner at the 47th Annual Superintendent’s High School Art Show

    Posted by Trevor Greene on 5/29/2020

    State Art Winner

    Rocio Garcia, an 11th grade student at Davis High School, won this year’s OSPI Staff Choice Award for her pastel and chalk artwork titled “Boys Don’t Cry.” Rocio is a student of Davis art teacher Carole Huls, whose students have had art entries advance to OSPI’s state show during three of the past four years. The Davis High School student’s work depicts an older boy crying and wearing a crown of flowers on top of his head. The piece will be purchased for the ongoing display of student art at OSPI’s offices in Olympia.

    In recorded comments that were included in OSPI’s Facebook live presentation, Rocio said: “I think that both genders should be able to embrace emotion without any fear of judgment from others. The flowers on his head were added later on to represent the view society has that showing emotion is a feminine trait, and that femininity is weak and fragile, kind of like the flowers on the flower crown. But I also wanted to make sure that the flower crown was composed of gladiola flowers, which represent strength.”

    Rocio added in her recorded statement: “I don’t think femininity should be viewed as weak or fragile.”

    The 2020 statewide show was scheduled to be on exhibit in OSPI’s facilities at the Old Capitol Building in Olympia from April through the end of May. Instead, all 113 pieces in this year’s show are being made available for viewing from OSPI’s Arts website at https://www.k12.wa.us/student-success/awards-recognition/superintendents-high-school-art-show-0.

    A recording of the 100-minute awards presentation by OSPI is available on the organization’s Facebook site at www.facebook.com/waOSPI/videos/vb.10150120134315113/709287502947413/?type=2&theater. (Rocio’s award is presented at about the 12:00-minute mark. The Honorable Mention presentations involving Berger start at about the 1:16:15 mark.)

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