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Upcoming Events
 
School Announcements
Senior Gina Miranda Organizes Bone Marrow Registry Drive, March 4
On Friday, March 4, Gina Miranda (class of 2016) will conduct a Bone Marrow Registry Drive between 12:30 - 4:30pm, inside Davies gymnasium. For those wishing to register, the procedure is simple (a tissue swab of cheek cells or blood sample), but the rewards are great. In the case of Gina, who began working with BeTheMatch.org and the R.I. Blood Center as part of her senior project, she hopes to help save the life of an 11-year-old girl from Bridgeport, Connecticut.

To join the national bone marrow registry, you must be at least 18 years of age. Learn more about what to expect at www.bethematch.org and read more about Gina and what motivates her in The Pawtucket Times.

Seniors: Make the End of Your Year a "Great Adventure"

Seniors, come and celebrate your achievements with us at Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey for your Senior Class Trip! The overnight trip will be from Thursday, May 26 - Friday, May 27, and includes hotel and breakfast, dinner, Six Flags admission and meal voucher, and round trip transportation. The total cost is $350 per person.

To secure your spot, please provide Mrs. Mathers or Ms. Silvia with a $50 down payment (non-refundable) by Feb. 8. The payment schedule for the remainder of the trip cost will be: $100 due February 20, $100 due March 20, with the remainder of the cost due April 15. For questions, please visit or e-mail Mrs. Mathers (cmathers@daviestech.org) or Ms. Silvia (nsilvia@daviestech.org).

Eat Well, Raise Funds for SkillsUSA with Pasta Dinner
On Friday, February 26, join us from 5:30 to 7:30 pm for a pasta dinner to fundraise for SkillsUSA. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under age 10. For tickets in advance, please contact Mrs. Cassarino (kcassarino@daviestech.org). Buon appetito!

Menu Items: Chicken parm or meatballs, penne with sauce, tossed salad, rolls, coffee or tea, desserts. Soft drinks available for purchase.

Samira Dias, Class of 2016, Named Candidate in U.S. Presidential Scholars Program
We are excited to share that Samira Dias, class of 2016, has been named a Career and Technical Education candidate as part of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The program was established in 1964 and, in 2015, expanded to recognize students who demonstrate ability and accomplishment in career and technical fields.

Samira is one of only five students nominated in Rhode Island as a Career and Technical Education candidate. The Commission on Presidential Scholars, a group appointed by the President, will select finalists and the U.S. Department of Education will announce the 161 Scholars in May. Congratulations, Samira!

Davies Spotlight: Mr. Tony Zullo
Mr. Zullo is a guidance counselor who, besides advising and counseling our students, is a dedicated member of the Response to Intervention (RTI) team. Both in the guidance office and on the RTI team, Tony always has students’ best interests at heart.

At Davies, Mr. Zullo is known for his excellent communication skills, good sense of humor, and his ability to navigate through a problem or situation until a solution is found. Congratulations, Mr. Zullo, our Employee of the Month for February 2016!
We're A Nationally Recognized High School

Davies was selected as one of the top ten Rhode Island High Schools in the 2015 America's Best Public High Schools list published by the US News and World Report.

In 2013, Davies was also recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School by the US Department of Education.
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