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About Parent Ed (DCWPEC)

The Davis Community-Wide Parent Education committee is composed of representatives
from the DJUSD (K-12).  Their mission is to provide high-caliber events and
programming to our community's parents, caregivers, teachers and
administrators.  They strive to assist our PTA's/PTO's in achieving their
most important goal: to be a strong advocate for the education and
well-being of every child.

Parent Education

Blue Devil Athletic Boosters

In recognition of the importance of additional funding for the DSHS athletic programs, a group of passionate athletic fans and supporters with advisory from the DSHS Athletic Director have formed the Davis Blue Devil Athletic Boosters.

The Davis BDAB is a non-profit organization (501(c)(3) – Tax ID 82-2693844) composed of parents and other community members dedicated to providing financial assistance through grants  available to all sports within the DSHS athletic program.

In these times of restricted budgets and increasing costs many athletic programs are forced to fund their own programs internally. A combination of available district funding and external fundraisers are necessary to meet annual operational costs. Additional funds are often desired to further grow and develop and support specific programs.

The BDAB was created to help DSHS coaches and athletes narrow the existing financial gaps.


Davis Parent University

Davis Parent University (DPU) is excited to announce the 


2019-2020 Lecture Schedule:


October 16, 2019, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle:  Katherine Reynolds Lewis, author of The Good News About Bad Behavior: Why Kids Are Less Disciplined Than Ever--And What To Do About It


January 8, 2020, 7- 9 pm, Brunelle:  Yalda T. Uhls, MBA, PhD, author of Media Moms & Digital Dads: A Fact-Not-Fear Approach To Parenting In the Digital Age



Summertime 2019 - Explore DPU's Video Archive!

Davis Parent University (DPU) invites you to catch up this summer on videos of DPU's lectures on how to raise healthy, well-balanced children.  All past lectures can be viewed for FREE on smart phones or PCs.  Click on "Past Lectures" at www.davisparentuniversity. com. This year, DPU was proud to present Michael Thompson, PhD, bestselling author of Best Friends, Worst Enemies, and Jess Shatkin, MD, MPH, award-winning author of Born To Be Wild: Why Teens Take Risks and How We Can Help Keep Them Safe.  Listen, laugh, learn with DPU.  Visit us on Facebook: Davis Parent University.


Davis Parent University (DPU) is a grassroots committee composed of volunteer representatives from the K-12 schools in the Davis Joint Unified School District and St. James.  DPU's mission is to provide high-caliber lectures and programming to our community's parents, caregivers, teachers, and administrators.  We strive to assist PTAs and PTOs in their mission of inspiring and educating parents and advocating for the well-being of every child.



Davis Media Access  is  a PROUD SPONSOR OF Davis Parent University (DPU) and will continue to tape all lectures and offer  them on line for FREE.  To learn more about upcoming speakers for 2016-17 and view past lectures go

Blue and White Foundation

The Davis High School Blue & White Foundation was officially formed in 2002. Starting out as a group of near-strangers who felt called to create positive opportunities for our community, these dedicated alumni and Davis citizens got to work.

The Foundation organized and maintains a directory of over 20,000 DHS alumni. It also developed the Hall of Fame which recognizes alumni, faculty, staff, friends, and benefactors from all disciplines who, during and/or after their high school years, have achieved a level of excellence deserving of recognition.


While the foundation’s first major fundraising endeavor is to modernize the Davis High School Stadium at Halden Field, the BWF supports all student and alumni activities. It’s mission, “…to encourage, strengthen and sustain the interaction between Davis Senior High School and its alumni and friends, and to encourage philanthropic support for Davis Senior High School,” allows the foundation to do what Davis does best: support the varying needs of our kids, and invest in our hometown.