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Dance Chaperones and Refreshments NEEDED!

DHS Dance Friday February 23 

Click here to sign up:  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0b44a4a92ba13-dhs22318/145692

The Student Government of DHS has asked the PTA to assist in providing refreshments for the "Luau-Out" Dance, which will be on Friday, February 23rd 8-11pm.  Please sign-up for requested items.  They have asked that all donations be delivered to the new gym (north gym) after school 3:30-5:00pm, as they will be decorating for the dance then.  


They are also still looking for chaperones for the dance.  Administration has created a new policy, and there must be 20 chaperones in order for the dance to occur.  I've made 1.5 hour shifts, so am hoping this smaller time commitment will help in getting these volunteer slots filled!  Make it a date night, and come hang out with other DHS parents. ;)



Please consider joining the

2018-2019 DHS PTA board  

Davis High School PTA’s Nominating Committee is currently looking for volunteers to fill vacant positions for the 2018-2019 school year.  If you are interested in getting involved with the Davis High School PTA, then please contact Natalie Lindquist at lindq530@gmail.com to see what position might be a good fit for your area of interest.  We look forward to another great year of supporting the students and staff of DHS next year, and we’d love to have you join our team!



DHS Open House on

Thursday Feb. 22nd, 6:00-7:00PM

Attention Parents:   Open House is coming up Thursday February, 22nd  from 6-7pm. Please join us as this will be a great opportunity for parents to meet our staff and explore our different faculty departments.  Hope to see you there!



Gap Year Fair: 

February 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Davis Senior High School PTA is hosting a Gap Year Fair on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2018 from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Davis Veteran’s Memorial Center located at 203 East 14th Street, Davis, CA  95616.  The Gap Year Fair (https://usagapyearfairs.org) will feature a speaker sharing information about the wide variety of Gap Year programs available, followed by the actual “fair” where students will have the opportunity to have face-to-face conversations with professionals in the field.  The Gap Year Fair is a FREE event!  As space is limited, students do need to register at   https://www.eventbrite.com/e/usa-gap-year-fair-2018-davis-ca-registration-39196666284  This Gap Year Fair is open to students in Davis, Yolo County, surrounding areas and the Greater Sacramento Region.



President Sally Albertson
Executive Vice President  Lori Benedict
1st Vice President (Grants) Susan Strachan
2nd Vice President   Kristi Gladding
Secretary Lisa Haass
Treasurer  Karen Fee
Financial Secretary   Anne Finkelston 
Auditor  Laura Shapiro    
Parlimentarian  Natalie Lindquist



Davis Parent University Representative Emily Ault
Directory Chair Helen Ma
Hospitality Committee Chair Joanna Purves
Scrip Representative Natalie Lindquist
Senior Awards Chair Christy Freese



PTA Listserv Administrator                        Michelle Agnew
Class of 2018 Lister Administrator  Emily Ault
Class of 2019 Lister Administrator  Tracey Long
Class of 2020 Lister Administrator  Alice Belenis
Newsletter Editor   Sarah Modotti
Webmaster Debra Brayton      



2016-17 PTA accomplishments:


  • Monthly free Financial Literacy classes for DHS students
  • PTA will be awarding nearly $25,000 in grants to DHS teachers through its Partners In Education program.  Some of the grants awarded  include:
    •  Chromebooks to help accelerate instruction among DHS English Language Learners’ and students facing learning challenges.
    •  Brunelle Theater audio system upgrades, thus giving students involved with audio production leading-edge equipment to use and learn with -- and enabling a higher-quality theater experience for performers and audiences.
    •  Google Cardboard virtual reality glasses which will enable students to “travel” on virtual field trips to such destinations as Versailles, the Grand Canyon and Civil War Battlefields
    •  Innovative curriculum and instructional materials for special education students


2015-16 PTA accomplishments:

  • PTA awarded over $20,000 to the DHS community through its Partners in Education (PIE) grants and will donate additional money by the end of the 2016 school year.
  • PTA survey.
  • PTA Parent Education presented 2 programs that ranged from college finance to student stress management.
  • PTA Hospitality continues to host meals and snacks to thank DHS Teachers/Staff throughout the school year.
  • PTA sends out announcements via our parent listservs and publish monthly newsletters to keep the DHS community informed.