News and Announcements

  • Social Emotional Workshop for Parents

    Are you looking for inspiration in raising your teen? Seeking ideas to nurture generosity, empathy, or self-awareness in your maturing child? Dr. David Lichtenstein will provide an introduction to social-emotional learning and how it sums up the positive qualities we want to see in our children. Using case examples, research-based practices, and a liberal dose of humor, we will discuss strategies to help children develop self- and socialawareness, interpersonal skills, and responsible decision making. We will consider how this applies at home, in the community, and even for parents themselves.

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  • New Videos Help Showcase Davies Programs

    Sometimes it's hard to put into words all the wonderful things that Davies Career & Technical High School can do for a student. In this 10 part video series, you can learn more about Davies and their programs.

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  • Rhode2College

    51 Davies students are eligible for Rhode2College, a new initiative from the Governor's office.

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  • Microsoft DigiGirlz a success for Rhode Island

    Microsoft brought their successful event DigiGirlz to Rhode Island for the first time on October 19th. Davies co-hosted one hundred 8th grade girls from 10 Rhode Island middle schools to interact with Microsoft employees, invited speakers, and Davies Pre-Engineering Technology faculty to gain exposure to careers in business and technology. This exciting event provides girls with a full day of hands-on thought-provoking technology exercises including creating an electronic circuit, exploring robotics, and making an app for a smartphone.

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  • Davies Wins PBN's Business Excellence Award for Workforce Development

    William M. Davies, Jr. Career & Technical High School is being honored for Business Workforce Development in Providence Business News’ 18th annual Business Excellence Awards program dinner and ceremony to occur on November 7th at the Omni Hotel. The Business Excellence Awards are PBN’s Premier Awards Event recognizing leadership and general excellence at private and public companies and nonprofit organizations.

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  • Davies Teacher Winner of Social Emotional Learning Innovation Fund Award

    Stacy Jones, an English teacher at Davies Career & Technical High School in Lincoln, was awarded a $5,000 grant from The Social Emotional Learning Innovation Fund. Presented by Education First in partnership with the NoVo Foundation and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, The Innovation Fund seeks to improve systems that foster social and emotional skills in fresh, inventive or innovative ways.

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  • From The Valley Breeze: New Davies leaders seek to clarify misconceptions

    By NICOLE DOTZENROD, Valley Breeze Staff Writer LINCOLN – The William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School is in new, though familiar, hands. Adam Flynn-Tabloff, who has spent his entire career at Davies, has been named director of the school.

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  • Help Support Davies' Fundraisers

    Davies has fundraisers as a way of reducing the cost of certain activities to our students. You can help by contributing to a fundraiser or by helping us spread the word. Thank you for your support.

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  • Chromebooks and your student - What you should know

    Help your student succeed! Be in the know as to what they should or should not be doing with their new computer.

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  • 2018-2019 RI Prototype Household Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals

    All 2018-2019 RI Prototype Household Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals forms are due Tuesday, September 4th, 2018. Students who do not submit their forms will be required to pay for lunch.

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  • Students Recognized for Summer Internship at General Dynamics Electric Boat

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  • Pawtucket Bus Routes now available

    2018-2019 Pawtucket Bus Schedule

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  • Freshmen Welcome

    Last night we had a very successful Freshmen Welcome. Below are the documents we feel all parents and Freshmen need to set them up for success in the coming years. This page will be updated as more resources become available.

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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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  • Davies Ranked Nationally at SkillsUSA Competition

    First Rhode Island student to place in graphic communications, Kylie Normandin wins bronze.

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  • Davies Names Partners of the Year

    AstroNova and Anchor Auto Group were named Partners of the Year at Davies Tech's annual Partners in Education Breakfast. 136 students took part in work-based learning opportunities this year.

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  • Electrical Juniors Earn OSHA Maritime Authorization

    Eighteen juniors in Electrical became the first to achieve OSHA Maritime authorization cards while still in high school. The credential, issued by the OSHA Training Institute Education Center, is intended to signify the cardholder’s readiness for occupational health and safety situations they may face in the workforce.

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  • Students Work Displayed at Providence College

    On Thursday, April 5, the work of Angel Cepeda, Lynzst Chhor, and Andrea Fernandez-Sierra will be on display at Providence College! The students, all sophomores in Stacy Jones' English class, will be displaying written artifacts as part of an event "Gallery Walk of English Learners."

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  • Congratulations SkillsUSA Award Winners!

    Congratulations to the 31 students who left SkillsUSA State Awards with medals!

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  • Davies Students Demo for Thousands at Convention Center

    On March 27, Davies participated in the JA Inspire Career Exploration Day held by Junior Achievement RI at the Convention Center in downtown Providence. Seven of the school’s technical areas created displays at booths on the convention floor, designed to teach middle schoolers about career opportunities in their programs.

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  • Student Teaches Pre-Engineering at YMCA

    For her senior project, Pre-Engineering student Alexis Bouchard made the jump from student to teacher when she developed a 4-week course at the Cranston YMCA to teach robotics to 9 and 10 year olds.

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  • Davies Wins at Manufacturing Awards

    We’re excited to share that Davies has been named winner of the “Collaboration in Manufacturing Excellence” award by Providence Business News’ Manufacturing Awards!

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  • Freshmen Game the Law in Civics

    In Hilda DeCarvalho’s 9th grade Civics class, freshmen Vanessa, Jelenis, and Cyanna envisioned a world where social media approval and milestones led to legislative action. Today, they might not be far off.

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  • Culinary Wins State Competition

    On February 15, students in the Culinary program competed and took first place in the RI ProStart High School Culinary Competition. They will go on to represent the state at nationals this April.

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  • Getting Ready for the PSATs and SATs

    On April 10, juniors will sit for the SAT and on April 11, sophomores will sit for the PSAT. With these dates around the corner, what's the best way for students to prepare?

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  • State Leadership Visits Davies Tech

    On Wednesday, January 11, Speaker Nicholas Mattiello and House Majority Leader Joseph Shekarchi visited Davies for a facilities tour of the school’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing and to learn more about future plans for the building.

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  • Pawtucket Times Profile: Julianna Desautel ('19)

    In the January 4th edition, the Pawtucket Times spoke to girls basketball coach Joe Handy about this year's team and junior Julianna Desautel.

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  • Seniors Get a "Running Start" at College

    This year, seventeen seniors from Davies are taking part in the Running Start program. Offered at CCRI, Running Start is a dual enrollment program that allows 12th graders to spend their senior year taking college courses – earning credits while still technically in high school.

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  • Davies Celebrates Students with 4.0 GPA

    On December 19, Davies hosted its first 4.0 Lunch to celebrate the thirteen students who were able to achieve a 4.0 GPA for the first quarter.

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  • Health Careers' Comedy Fundraiser at River Falls

    Join us for a night of laughs in support of the Davies Health Careers program when the Comedy Factory presents a fundraiser at River Falls in Woonsocket! The event will be held Friday, February 2, 2018.

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  • Give Back This Holiday Season

    This December, Davies is offering a number of ways to offer assistance to those in need. Here are the details of who to donate to and what they're looking for.

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  • Students Medal in Engineering Olympics

    On Saturday, November 18, students in the Pre-Engineering and Machine Technology programs at Davies captured the gold and silver medals

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  • Davies Tech Exhibits at Junior Achievement Event

    This November, students in Automotive, Biomanufacturing, Electrical, and Hospitality designed and demonstrated hands-on activities for more than 180 middle school students in Rhode Island.

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  • Davies Welcomes New Administrator

    Davies Career and Technical High School is pleased to welcome Susan Votto to Davies as Supervisor of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing, effective this October. Mrs. Votto will oversee the Biomanufacturing, Electrical, Machine Technology, and Pre-Engineering programs.

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  • Halloween Through the Years at Davies Tech

    With school closed on Halloween Day, Leah Hill (class of 2018) looks back at the celebration of Halloween through the ages at Davies and the students who celebrated on November 1.

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  • Health Careers Students Take Part in Brown Medical Programs

    Each year, students from Davies' Health Careers program can apply to take part in Brown University's Pathways Mentorship Program. For one student, it opened the door to a summer at Brown.

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  • Seniors Design Menus for Patriot Room Dining

    The Patriot Room is officially open for the season! We spoke to one senior about what goes into creating and executing the weekly menu.

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  • Out of the Fryer, into the Fuel Tank

    On October 17, Davies culinary students received a presentation on the conversion of kitchen grease into biofuel. New England restaurants currently discard an estimated 14 million gallons of cooking oil each year.

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  • Governor Visits Davies Tech for Manufacturing Month

    On October 3, Governor Gina Raimondo visited Davies to announce October as Rhode Island Manufacturing Month. Joined by others in state leadership, she toured the school's Biomanufacturing, Electrical, Pre-Engineering, and Machine Technology programs.

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  • CPR AED and First Aid Courses This October

    On October 5 and October 10, Health Careers will be offering two separate American Heart Association-approved courses: First Aid and CPR AED.

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  • Mrs. Whalley Recognized as District Teacher of the Year

    On September 6, English teacher Caitlin Whalley received surprise recognition in her classroom when she was celebrated as the District Teacher of the Year. Whalley, and other RI educators, will be part of a special WaterFire celebration on September 23.

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  • Seacole Scholars Complete Summer Program

    Fifteen seniors from Davies' Health Careers program participated in this year’s Seacole Scholars program. Offered at Rhode Island Hospital, the program employs high schoolers who have their Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) licenses.

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  • Davies Director Named Outstanding Educator of the Year

    This June, Victoria Gailliard-Garrick, Director at Davies, was honored at SkillsUSA's National Ceremony for being named Outstanding Educator of the Year.

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  • New Mural Celebrates Education and Spirit

    Education is like a beacon light. Or more specifically, in the case of a new mural completed by the RISD Afterschool Program, a light house.

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  • Thank You, Culinary, For Another Year of Catering

    Each school year, events, ceremonies, breakfasts, and dinners bring us together as a community and help us celebrate our achievements. And if there's one universal truth, it's this: a celebration is nothing without good food.

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  • Spanish Class Celebrates the Quinceañera

    On June 2, Mrs. Salazar-Reilly's period six class planned and hosted a traditional Quinceañero. Junior Zuhra Almajzoub shared her thoughts on helping coordinate the class project.

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  • A Look Inside This Year's Prom

    Promposals and prom night have come and gone and now all that's left are the memories. Oh, and these photos! Thank you to Mr. Manning for taking many of the photos inside and Yearbook for coordinating photography.

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  • Singing and Fashion Take Main Stage at Davies' Got Talent

    Thank you to the 200+ students, staff, friends, and family who attended this year's Davies' Got Talent Show, featuring a Cultural Fashion Show. We raised more than $2200 for our Student Activity Fund and more than 30 students participated both on-stage or behind the scenes.

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  • Valedictorian and Salutatorian Share Long-Term Ambitions

    The Pawtucket Times profiled the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the Class of 2017: Roseline Lima and Erika Ramos. This year, both students participated in the CCRI Running Start Program.

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  • Congratulations 2017 Senior Awards Recipients

    On Thursday, May 25, Davies faculty recognized students from the top of the class of 2017. From Scholarships to Most Improved to Student of the Year to Perfect Attendance, and many more, it was a night of celebration! Read who won awards and view photos from the evening on Flickr.

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  • Davies Tech Names Seniors to Honor Societies

    On Wednesday, May 24, Davies Tech named 28 seniors to the Rhode Island Honor Society and 15 to the National Technical Honor Society, at a breakfast attended by students and their families.

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  • Davies Names Partners of the Year

    Kafin Oil, Inc. and GEO-Instruments have both been named Partner of the Year by Davies. For the 2016-17 school year, Kafin worked with Automotive student, Micah Joseph, and GEO worked with four students in Pre-Engineering Technology.

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  • Faculty Celebrate "Why I Teach" for Teacher Appreciation Week

    To kick off Teacher Appreciation Week, Beth Dumouchelle (English) and Kristin Cassarino (Social Studies) surprised Davies faculty with a series of activities intended to celebrate and elevate teachers. The session included discussions on why we teach, inspirational videos, and treats.

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  • Davies Named as WaterFire's Community Partner of Year

    We’re pleased to share that Davies Career and Technical High School has been chosen as WaterFire Providence’s Community Partner of the Year. It is the first year WaterFire has presented this annually designated award to a school.

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  • Tanya Cooper Named Athlete of the Week

    Congratulations to sophomore Tanya Cooper for being named the Pawtucket Times' Athlete of the Week! This week, Tanya picked up her 100th strikeout in only eight games.

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  • Davies Awarded 200K P-TECH Grant

    Davies Career and Technical High School was recently awarded a $200,000 P-TECH grant by the RI Commerce Corporation. The granted money is intended to support the development of an Advanced Center of Manufacturing at Davies, proposed by Governor Gina Raimondo.

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  • Celebrating a History of Hoops with Alumni Game

    On Thursday, April 13, Davies will be welcoming alumni back to the courts when teams of Davies grads and former basketball players take on the current girls’ and boys’ teams. “We have a tradition in basketball that people don’t realize,” says Davies instructor and coach, Bill Meekins.

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  • Senior Raises Scholarship Funds at Car Show

    On Sunday, April 2, senior Genesis Blanco raised nearly $400 toward the William Murphy Scholarship Fund. The scholarship, established last year, is granted to a graduating senior in the Automotive program. Displaying cars ranged from Mustangs to Deloreans.

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  • SkillsUSA State Champions Announced

    We're excited to share that twenty students received medals across eleven categories at the 2017 RI SkillsUSA Awards Ceremony, held April 4 at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Providence. Davies also received an award for being a "Chapter of Excellence." Students Evelyn Quinones and Zuhra Almajzoub accepted the award on behalf of the school.

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  • Ladies Make Majority in SkillsUSA Electrical Teams

    As of the 2014, the Department of Labor reported only 2.4% of all electrician jobs were held by females. If you looked at the Davies students representing the Electrical program for SkillsUSA’s Industrial Motor Control and Construction & Wiring contests, you might think that number is much higher.

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  • Monster Truck Visits Automotive

    In preparation for Monster Jam at the Providence Dunkin Donuts Center, the monster truck Pirate's Curse visited Davies' Automotive shop on Thursday, March 9. Jon Bawdry, crew chief of Pirate's Curse, first spoke with students about his careers and what goes into fixing each truck.

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  • Alumni Basketball Game, April 13

    Join us on Thursday, April 13, as we welcome former Patriots back to Davies to take on our current boys and girls basketball teams!

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  • Culinary Highlights Local Flavors at ProStart Competition

    On Thursday, February 16, students in the Hospitality program at Davies Career and Technical High School competed in the culinary arts portion of the sixth annual Rhode Island ProStart Competition. The event was held at the Omni Hotel in Providence and featured more than 40 industry professionals as judges.

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  • Announcing Q2 Honor Roll

    Congratulations to our students who achieved high honors and honors for the second quarter of school year 2016-2017!

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  • Juniors Co-Teach Introduction to Islam with Freshmen

    This week, Mrs. Cassarino invited juniors to co-teach her freshmen unit on Islam. The unit is part of an exploration of the differences, and more often the similarities, between world religions.

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  • February Kindness Challenge

    This month, all Davies students, faculty, and staff are invited to take part in a Kindness Challenge. There will be a raffle at the end of the month to reward three students from each grade, and staff, who participate in the challenge of helping us spread positivity in our community!

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  • Davies Robotics Advances To State Competition

    On Saturday, January 21, the robotics team from Davies Career and Technical High School in Lincoln advanced to the RI FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) state competition. The Davies team finished first in the Saturday qualifying tournament alongside alliance partner, the Prout School.

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  • Juniors Complete Brown U's Pathways to Medicine Program

    Congratulations to Keren Morales and Samuel Avila, who placed first and fifth respectively, in student presentations at the Pathways to Medicine Program at Brown University. The Pathways mentorship program pairs medical student mentors with high school students who are interested in healthcare professions.

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  • Davies Caters RI Dept of Education Holiday Party

    On Tuesday, December 13, seniors from the Hospitality program catered a buffet for the Dept. of Education. The luncheon included chicken marsala, penne and meatballs, glazed ham, roasted potatoes and veggies, and pastry.

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  • Freshmen Raise Money For IRC, Syrian Refugees

    This past month, Mrs. Maculan's freshmen classes raised funds to help Syrian refugees. In total, her classes will be donating more than $400 to the International Rescue Committee. Students were inspired to act after viewing a documentary in class.

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  • PSAT Scores Are Now Live

    Students can now access PSAT scores via collegeboard.com. This will require students to either create an account or access an account that already exists.

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  • ICERM at Brown University Explores Ancient Numerical Systems with Davies Students

    On Wednesday, December 7, ICERM, the host of the GirlsGetMath summer program at Brown University gave a high school-level mathematical presentation to over 50 students.

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  • Davies Director Receives Chairman's Award from RI Hospitality Education Foundation

    Congratulations to Davies Director Victoria Gailliard-Garrick! Mrs. Gailliard-Garrick was honored Wednesday, November 30, at the RI Hospitality Association and RI Hospitality Education Foundation's annual Stars of the Industry awards ceremony, where she received the Chairman's Award.

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  • Link Round Up: Boys Soccer Win State Championship

    Did you miss this weekend's championship game? See the highlights and footage of Davies Boys Soccer's Division III victory on Saturday, November 12. Congratulations team!

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  • Davies Senior Teaches Middle Schoolers STEM Skills

    Viviana Barrientos, a senior at in Davies Health Careers program, was one of two students statewide selected to lead a workshop for Tech Collective’s STEM in the Middle event at Rhode Island College. STEM in the Middle is an annual event which aims to increase STEM interest in middle school aged girls. This was the event’s first year including workshops designed by high school students.

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  • Students Explore Automotive Career Paths

    On October 21, sophomores and juniors in Davies’ Automotive Careers program attended New England Institute of Technology’s Automotive Technologies Career Education Day. The annual event allows students to explore career paths in their trade and take part in hands-on demonstrations.

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  • Davies Community Promotes Breast Cancer Awareness

    For the month of October, members of the Davies faculty and staff took part in efforts to fundraise for and promote breast cancer awareness across the country. Here, Briar Dacier, Laurie Dumouchelle, and Jerry Suggs share the stories of their events.

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  • Davies Seniors Begin CVS Pharmacy Tech Training

    On October 4, Health Careers seniors at William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical HS took their first step towards pharmacy careers by participating in the first of two orientation sessions for CVS Health’s LearnRX Pharmacy Tech Training Program.

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  • Davies Electrical Students Power Up Solar Tree House

    On October 20 and 21, students from Davies' Electrical program joined CTE students statewide to rebuild and wire a solar tree house.

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  • Join Us For Future Student Night, November 10

    Eighth graders and parents, you are invited to Future Student Night! Our annual open house will be held on Thursday, November 10, from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. Learn how to join the Class of 2021!

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  • Happy Anniversary, Mrs. DiMattia!

    Happy Anniversary to Mrs. Virginia DiMattia, who is celebrating her 30th year at Davies this October 14! Mrs. DiMattia first began at Davies in 1986.

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  • Announcing 2016 Q4 Honor Roll

    On Friday, October 7, we honored the sophomores, juniors, and seniors, who achieved high academic marks and ranked in the High Honors and Honor Roll for the fourth quarter of SY 2015-2016.

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  • Davies To Undergo NEASC Accreditation Visit October 3-6, 2016

    Davies will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit October 3-6, 2016, by a visiting committee representing the Commission on Technical and Career Institutions of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

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  • Dinner & Dessert Fundraiser To Run Sept. 20 - Oct. 4

    From September 20 - October 4, Davies will be running our annual "Dinner & Dessert" sale to fundraise for our yearbook. Serve your family and friends an easy gourmet meal and help us meet our fundraising goals!

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  • Senior Completes Summer Internship at Electric Boat

    On Friday, August 26, Machine Technology student Nicholas Males was one of thirteen students celebrated at Electric Boat's Summer Internship Recognition Event. All internships are paid positions, funded through the Real Jobs RI grant.

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  • Junior Is 'Engineer For A Summer' At Naval Undersea Warfare Center

    This summer, pre-engineering junior John Mendez was accepted into the Undersea Technology Apprentice Program, a three-week paid internship held at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport.

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  • Health Careers Students Spend Summer as RI Hospital CNAs

    This summer, thirteen students and graduates from our Health Careers program have entered the eight-week long Seacole Scholars program to work at Rhode Island Hospital as Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs).

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  • Join Us for Freshmen Welcome, August 24

    On Wednesday, August 24, we invite incoming freshmen students and their parents to join us for an orientation event and picnic from 5:30 - 8:00 PM.

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  • Seniors Celebrate Final Week with Dave and Busters, Picnic

    The class of 2016 celebrated their final week before graduation with class events at the YMCA, Dave and Busters, and a brunch at 12 acres.

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  • SkillsUSA Medalists Compete at Nationals

    The week of June 20, six students from Davies traveled to Louisville, Kentucky, to compete in the SkillsUSA National competition. SkillsUSA is a national organization designed to recognize the achievements of career and technical students.

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  • Lessons From Mom and Dad for the Class of 2016

    Valedictorian Samira Dias asked parents to rise, and later, school director Victoria Gailliard-Garrick reminded students to recognize the parents who helped them achieve. But at Davies commencement ceremony at the Stadium Theatre, some of the night's most memorable words came from the class of 2016's other "mom and dad": class advisors Cara Mathers and Nicole Silvia.

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  • Seniors Inducted to RI Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society

    On Tuesday, May 24, Davies Career and Technical High School honored the school’s 62 seniors named to the Rhode Island Honor Society and the 33 students named to the National Technical Honor Society at a breakfast and pinning ceremony.

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  • Soccer Team Closes Out School Year With State Rings

    The evening of June 1, Davies soccer players and family held one final celebration when players received state rings for their Division III title win this fall.

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  • Alumni and Students Face Off in First Annual Baseball Game

    On May 21, Davies graduates and baseball alumni from the last twenty years returned to school to take on the varsity team in a game, baserunning competition, and homerun derby.

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  • Machine Tech Visits Manufacturing Gem, Tiffany and Co.

    On May 19, Machine Technology students visited the Cumberland manufacturing facility for Tiffany and Co., a company first founded in 1837 and today one of the most recognizable names in luxury jewelery.

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  • Thank You: Davies' Got Talent & Fashion Showcase

    Dancing, singing, modeling, musical prowess, gymnastics... Davies has talent, fashion, and then some! Thank you to the more than 250 friends, family, staff, and students who attended this year's annual SkillsUSA fundraiser.

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  • Culinary Team Wins 2016 RI Seafood Cook-off

    A team of culinary students were awarded best dish at the 2016 Seafood Cook-off at Chariho Career and Tech. Their winning dish is currently featured at Trio in Narragansett.

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  • Learn CPR/AED Skills and First Aid at Davies, June 1 and 2

    This June, Davies Health Careers instructors are offering an opportunity for you to learn life-saving First Aid and CPR skills and gain certification through the American Heart Association.

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  • AP English Lit Students Are Up For The Challenge

    On Wednesday, May 4, twelve seniors became the first class of students at Davies to sit for AP examination when they completed the AP English Literature and Composition exam. The Pawtucket Times reported on how the class prepared.

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  • Senior Coordinates Locks of Love Event at Davies

    Davies is seeking volunteers willing to donate their hair to a Locks of Love haircutting event, Friday, February 26.

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  • Davies Unveils "Project Playhouse" at Bryant University

    On April 28, Davies attended the official unveiling of "Project Playhouse" at Bryant University. Davies was one of four local high schools that designed a playhouse to benefit A Wish Come True foundation. To complete the "Writer's Retreat" house, Davies worked with 8-year-old Tiverton resident, Ava Milukas, who helped Building and Construction students design the house.

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  • 2016 Baseball and Softball Spring Preview

    Read the Pawtucket Times coverage of the upcoming baseball and softball seasons and learn how Davies stacks up against the competition, as well as the personal takes from our coaches.

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  • Twenty-Six Juniors Pinned as CNAs

    This April, Davies honored Health Careers students with a pinning ceremony for their successful completion of the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) examination.

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  • Pre-Engineering Seniors Visit Raytheon

    On Thursday, April 7, seniors in the Pre-Engineering program went on a site visit to Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems in Portsmouth. For the visit, students toured engineering and manufacturing facilities and met with engineers.

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  • Students Join Statewide Project to Build Solar Tree House

    At the 66th Annual RI Home Show, Davies Building & Construction Tech and Electrical joined 300 fellow students to bring architect and designer projects to life. The opening of the show was celebrated with a ribbon cutting on Thursday, March 31.

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  • 17 Students Receive Medals at RI SkillsUSA

    Congratulations to our 17 students who received medals at the RI SkillsUSA state competition on Thursday, March 24! Gold medalists in eligible categories will go on to represent Rhode Island at the SkillsUSA national competition in Louisville, Ky., this June. With roughly 950 participants, this year's SkillsUSA was Rhode Island's largest competition yet.

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  • Junior Wins Scholarship, Promotes Interest in STEM at GRRL Tech

    On Thursday, March 24, 2016, Viviana Barrientos, a junior in Health Careers, received $4000 in scholarship money, renewable for up to four years, to University of Rhode Island at the annual GRRL Tech conference. Presented by Tech Collective, GRRL Tech is an annual expo and day of workshops for high school girls statewide to gain exposure to male-dominated STEM fields.

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  • Panel Discusses Opportunities, Challenges of College Enrollment to Davies Seniors

    This spring, Davies hosted a college planning panel for seniors to discuss the transition to college. In the wake of education reports, like the recently released Achieve report, which cited only 40% of Rhode Island students meet college readiness benchmarks, the panel offered students pragmatic advice specific to the challenges an incoming freshman from an underserved community may face.

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  • Davies Takes First Place at RI ProStart, Heads to Nationals

    On Thursday, March 10, two teams of Davies hospitality students competed in the Rhode Island ProStart state competition, a national program which seeks to unite high school students with food service professionals. Both teams were awarded first place in their respective competitions: Culinary and Management. The win marks Davies’ fourth state victory in the last five years.

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  • Robotics Team Advances to State Competition

    We're happy to announce on Saturday, January 30, our robotics team will compete in the 10th annual FIRST® Tech Challenge state competition. Davies team earned a spot in the state competition after advancing in a qualifying event held Saturday, January 9.

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  • Health Careers Students Complete Brown Mentorship Program

    On Saturday, January 16, Central Falls resident Elvis Morales placed first in student presentations at the Pipeline Mentorship program at Brown University. The Pipeline mentorship program, facilitated by medical students at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, pairs medical student mentors with high school students who are interested in careers in healthcare and health sciences.

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  • Davies Culinary Learn Importance of Sustainability, Giving Back

    On Monday, January 25, Feed the Streets USA (a local organization dedicated to providing nutritious, locally-sourced meals to the homeless in Rhode Island) visited Davies Hospitality students for a presentation on their organization.

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  • RI National Guard Meets with Automotive Students

    On Wednesday, January 27, Automotive students received a hands-on lesson in military vehicle maintenance when the Rhode Island National Guard brought an unarmored Humvee and an Armored Security Vehicle (ASV) straight into the Davies garage.

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  • Samira Dias 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.

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  • 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.

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  • Senior Among 8 First Students in Nation to Receive Lead Certification

    During February break, Davies senior, Cesar Fajardo, joined seven students at Woonsocket Career and Tech to complete the Lead Renovator/Remodeler License course.

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  • Students Succeed at Ocean State Auto Tech Competition

    Congratulations to Auto seniors Diego Matamaros and Jessi DeLeon for receiving $1500 in scholarship money and several hundred dollars’ worth of Snap-On tools for achieving second place in the Ocean State Automotive Contest! Diego also received the highest written test score in the state.

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