News and Announcements

  •  PrepareRI High School Intership Program

    PrepareRI Internship Program for High School Juniors

    Start building your future today through the PrepareRI Internship Program which provides high school students with paid summer work- based learning internships connecting school learning with the world of work.

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  • Entrance Exam Registration

    Register for Davies' Entrance Exam

    In order to be considered for admission, you must: • Be in 8th or 9th grade currently • Live in the State of Rhode Island • Register and sit for the High School Placement Test at Davies in November, December, or January. The William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High School is a state-wide public school for grades 9-12.

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  •  Class of 1992 30 Year Reunion

    Class of 1992 - 30 Year Reunion

    On October 1st, 2022, members of Davies' class of 1992 gathered at the Lincoln Woods for their 30th Reunion. Photo submitted by Jim Spence.

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  •  How to Support a Successful Davies Student!

    Guidance Presentation - How to Support a Successful Davies Student!

    The Guidance Department presentation from Parent.Teacher Meet and Greet 2022. Information regarding how to support your student for success at Davies.

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  •  Title 1 Funding and Parent/Family Engagement Information

    Title 1 Funding and Parent/Family Engagement Information

    At Parent/Teacher Meet and Greet a presentation was held regarding Title 1 and Parent and Family Engagement. Parents/Guardians are encouraged to review the documents and provide feedback.

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  •  Menstrual Products Available

    Menstrual Products Available

    We are excited to announce that Davie’s has partnered with Red.Lined Period,a local organization that fights menstrual product insecurity, to offer free menstrual supplies to the school community. Red.Lined Period was founded because menstruation doesn’t change based on where you live, your capabilities, or if you can afford supplies and understands that sometimes you’re just not prepared. The products in these Red.Kits are donated, assembled and distributed throughout central Rhode Island.

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  •  College Planning Center

    College Planning Center - September Events

    Come join one of the informative information sessions being presented by the College Planning Center experts. You can sign up at the links below.  Registration is FREE

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  •  Lunch Menu

    Lunch Menu

    Click here to view the lunch menu for this month. Lunch is provided by Chartwell's.

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  •  School Year Welcome Letters

    School Year Welcome Letters

    As you begin your high school career, please use this first semester to lay a strong foundation for success. I urge you to establish strong routines in terms of attendance, study skills, and time management, and to get involved in at least one extracurricular activity. Please know that we have excellent teachers at Davies-- if you show up to school daily, make every effort to complete the activities that your teachers assign in a timely manner, and try your best on each one, you will find success!

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  • My School Bucks

    My School Bucks - Lunch Money

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

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  •  The Davies Download

    Daily Announcements

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

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  •  Class of 2022

    Class of 2022

    Learn more about Davies' Class of 2022 Valedictorian and Salutatorian as well as find the link to the commencement live stream.

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  •  Davies' District Teacher of the Year

    Davies' District Teacher of the Year - Christina Cipolla

    Congratulations to Mrs. Cipolla for winning Davies' District Teacher of the Year for School Year 2022-2023. Mrs. Cipolla will go on to represent Davies at the state level.

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  •  Mrs. Cassarino is Appointed and Installed on the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center Board

    Mrs. Cassarino is Appointed and Installed on the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center Board and Wins The Silverstein Award Grant

    At a ceremony on June 7, 2022, at the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center (SBHEC) of Rhode Island, Davies’ Social Studies department head, Kristin Cassarino, was appointed and installed as the newest member of the SBHEC Board of Directors.  The mission of the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center is to teach the history of the Holocaust in order to promote human dignity and justice and to serve as a memorial to its victims. SBHEC serves to bear witness to the Holocaust and to honor those who perished. They strive to reduce prejudice against all minorities by teaching about the experience of the Jews, and of the suffering of other people because of hate and bigotry. They seek to ensure that every human being in our world has the same measure of dignity.

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  •  National Honor Society

    National Honor Society 2022-2023

    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.

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  •  Davies goes to the RI State House

    Davies goes to the State House - General Assembly supports Davies and commemorates 50 years of Career and Technical Education

    On May 24, 2022 representatives from Davies attended the House of Representative and Senate meetings. Resolutions supporting William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High School and commemorating 50 years of Career and Technical Education in Rhode Island were presented and approved.

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  •  Memo from Director Watkins

    Memo from Director Watkins

    Please find attached an update from the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) regarding COVID-19 isolation protocols for schools and day-care settings. Per this guidance, students returning to school after a 5-day isolation must wear a well-fitting mask for days 6 - 10. Students who cannot wear a mask will be required to stay home for the remainder of the isolation period. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Nurse Carlton at schoolnurse@daviestech.org.

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  •  RIDE's All Course Network Summer Programs

    RIDE's All Course Network Summer Programs

    “Getting Ready for College and Life” – is an online course for high school students (10th, 11th, 12th) through the RIDE – All Course Network. The link to register is http://www.enrollri.org/acn The course is available for the Summer, Fall, 2022 and Spring semester 2023 This course will allow you to develop the strategies and life skills that you can immediately use during your high school years and on into college or the workplace.

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  •  Sgt. Butler's 100th Birthday

    RI's Sgt. Victor Butler, the last known surviving member of the Tuskegee Airmen, celebrates his 100th birthday May 21

    Sgt. Victor Butler, the last known surviving member of the Tuskegee Airmen, celebrates his 100th birthday May 21. His only request was for birthday cards, and the Davies community responded. Butler was a mechanic for the Tuskegee Airmen and one of the many Black military pilots and Airmen who made history while fighting in World War II. On top of those sacrifices, the unit broke barriers and contributed to desegregating the U.S. military.

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  •  Memo from Director Watkins

    Memo from Director Watkins

    I’m writing to let you know that we are seeing an uptick in the number of students and staff who have tested positive for COVID-19, as is consistent with other schools in our region. While these numbers are lower than what we saw in February, we do want to take this opportunity to remind everyone to stay home if you’re unwell (2 symptoms), and we encourage everyone in the Davies community to give strong consideration to wearing masks as we ride out this current wave. We’ll have masks available in the Main Entry and in the Main Office for anyone who needs one. I’ll update you as needed- let’s finish the school year strong!

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