News and Announcements

  • Return to In-Person Learning

    Davies students will be returning to in-person learning fully this fall. We want every student to be able to experience the full academic and social benefits of in-person learning while we provide a safe and responsible environment. Davies is encouraging all of our students to get vaccinated before the start of school this year.

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  • Incoming freshmen report cards and proof of residency due

    Based on the William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High School Admissions Regulations, if we do not receive this report card by Friday, July 16, 2021, your child will not be able to enter Davies as a 9th grader. If you have not submitted it because s/he is going to summer school, you still need to submit it so that we can hold his/her spot. You can drop the report card off in a drop-off box located at the main entrance doors, in the front of the school; or email it to admissions@daviestech.org; or fax it to 401-725-8714.

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  • My School Bucks - Lunch Money

    Add money to your student's breakfast/lunch account for touchless transactions.

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  • School Supply List

    The following is the usual list of supplies that students are expected to bring to school with them on the first day...

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  • 2021 Retirements

    It's with mixed emotions and sincere gratitude for their service that we are announcing the retirement of several members of the Davies community.

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  • Graduation 2021

    William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High School will be hosting a Graduation Ceremony for the Class of 2021 on June 16, 2021 at 6:00pm on the grounds of the Davies campus.

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  • National Honor Society 2021

    The National Honor Society was formed in 1921. Over one million students are estimated to participate in the National Honor Society. Since 1946, the National Honor Society has given out more than $15 million in scholarship awards. Students who join Davies National Honor Society have a 3.75 GPA or higher, show leadership qualities, integrity, and are required to serve 20 service hours helping with different projects and Davies students far exceed those hours.

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  • Class of 2021 - Top 10 Students

    Congratulations to the Class of 2021. The following 10 students worked hard to be placed at the top of their class.

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  • Leigh Butterworth named Davies' District Teacher of the Year (SY21-22)

    On May 28 in Gaskin Memorial Gymnasium, Davies’ Health and Physical Education Teacher, Leigh Butterworth, was named the District Teacher of the Year (DTOY) for the school year 2021-2022. Interim Director David Champagne stated “You, unanimously were selected for District Teacher of the Year” while handing her flowers.

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  • Davies Current Voicemail/Extension Issues

    Alert: Please be advised that Davies (401-728-1500) is unable to collect voicemails outside of normal operator hours 7 am-2:30 pm. Please utilize our staff email directory to connect with individuals directly outside of normal business hours until the issue can be resolved. (https://www.daviestech.org/domain/49) We apologize for the inconvenience. Thank you. Por favor tenga en cuenta que Davies (401-728-1500) no puede recoger mensajes de voz fuera del horario normal de la operadora de 7 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Utilice nuestro directorio de correo electrónico del personal para conectarse con el personal directamente fuera del horario normal de la oficina hasta que se pueda resolver el problema (https://www.daviestech.org/domain/49) Nos disculpamos por la inconveniencia. Gracias.

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  • Davies students enter 2021 Pulitzer Center Fighting Words Poetry Contest

    How can poetry be an effective response to current events and under-reported stories? How can we use poetry to connect global issues to our local and personal contexts? Students in Ms. Jones' and Mrs. Wardyga's ELA-10 classes were invited to explore these questions and make their voices heard by participating in the 2021 Pulitzer Center Fighting Words Poetry Contest. The winners and finalists will be announced in June.

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  • Family Forum: End of Year Update

    Watch the video from the Family Forum: End of the Year Update and the associated document in English and Spanish.

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  • 2021 SkillsUSA Awards

    Davies had a total of 82 student competitors, competed in 35 competitions, and took home 36 medals in 22 different competitions! Congratulations to all of our competitors!

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  • Davies' Food Pantry - The Pantriot

    Davies is fighting food insecurity in our community! According to a report issued by the Rhode Island Community Food Bank last fall, one in four Rhode Island households lacks adequate food.Help us stock our pantry with non-perishable food items and/or monetary donations. Drop-off donations at Mrs. Malloy's office in the Atrium. If you are experiencing food insecurity, please let us know so we can help. All information is kept confidential.

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  • Support the Class of 2021

    The Class of 2021 is trying to subsidize the cost of a potential senior event in the near future. This year has been difficult, so the help of the Davies community is greatly appreciated. There are Class of 2021 yard signs for sale.

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  • 100 Days of Davies!

    The Faculty and Staff of William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High School celebrate 100 Days of School with selfies. Join us in celebration by tagging us in your photos. Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/daviescareertech Twitter - @DaviesTechHS Instagram - @DaviesCareerTech

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  • Raheim Rainey, Davies' newest member of the 1000th point club, Boys Basketball

    Raheim Rainey reflects on his 1000th point milestone and a reminder that the Boys Basketball team is currently UNDEFEATED! Let's go Patriots!

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  • Daily Morning Announcements

    This will be updated daily to match morning announcements read over the loudspeaker.

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  • Mr. Flynn-Tabloff's Farewell to the Davies Community

    It is with a heavy heart that I inform the community of my resignation as Director of the Wm. M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High School. After 14 years of service to Davies, I have accepted a position as the Chief of the Program Administration and Accountability Branch within the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington, DC. This new role will allow me to scale up my capacity to bring about meaningful change in the realm of education, specifically a career and technical education leading to careers in high-wage and high-demand occupations.

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  • A message from the Director 1/4/2021

    The Department of Education released a unified school calendar on December 14, 2020. The calendar takes into consideration the new RIDOH guidelines for quarantine and isolation. The emphasis is to balance educational outcomes and public health considerations to enable the best long-term outcomes for school communities in 2021. This is in line with our goal to provide valuable in-person instruction for our students while continuing to adhere to all safety guidelines. We are also continuing to stress full-time in-person instruction for prioritized students. In light of this, Davies will return to operating under our Partial (50%) operating scenario that follows our established hybrid schedule. This will begin on Thursday, January 7, 2021.

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