Happy Birthday Bob Marley!  Bob Marley was a Jamaican singer, musician and songwriter. He served as a world ambassador for reggae music and sold more than 20 million records throughout his career..  In 1965, he released the song “One Love”.  The lyrics mainly preach love and unity among the people of the world. In the song, Marley calls on all us to put our differences aside and come together as one.

Bring your money for the Life Skills Brownie Sale this Friday, February 9th, during lunch periods!

Seniors, one of the bigger scholarships, The Hollyfest, is due this Friday, February 9th.  All applications are due to the Guidance Office no later than 3:00 p.m.   This is an opportunity to be in the running for either a $2,000 or $8,000 scholarship. Don’t miss out.  Any questions please stop in the Guidance Office.

The Women in Engineering Club will meet after school Wednesday in room 147. We will be finishing our laser engraved keychains. If you have questions see Fama Seck or Mr. Kuch.

Art Club will be meeting after school today (Tuesday) in Room 161.  We’ll be making paper flowers for our Valentine’s sale next week.  Come join us!

GSA meets in room 167 right after school on February 8th and 22nd for fun crafts and good conversation.

Don’t miss Davidson Theatre’s incredible Junior-Senior production of Our Town – often referred to as the greatest American play ever written. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 and Sunday at 2. Tickets are available at the door or in advance at hilliarddavidsontheatre.com.

Attention Latino and Hispanic students – we are planning a trip to Chicago next October and we’d like you to join!  We are currently gathering interest so please scan the QR codes outside of Ms. Speakman’s and Ms. Braun’s  classrooms, 227 or 214) or talk to any Spanish or EL teacher to get more info!

Wildcat Students, if you see senior wrestler Luke Sparkman in the hall…make sure to congratulate him on his 100th win this past Saturday vs Olentangy Berlin.  Way to GO, Luke, and way to represent.  GO CATS!

Attention all girls interested in playing Girls Lacrosse: There will be a preseason kickoff meeting for players and parents on Feb 8th @ 7:00pm in the commons.  We would like all players and a parent in attendance as we will go over tryouts and details for the season.  If you cannot make it, please reach out to Coach Smock for details.

Brett Kingsley reports that today’s temperature will be a high of 49 degrees with a low of 28! There is 0% chance of precipitation.



Today we celebrate Ruby Bridges. At only 6 years old, she was the first African-American child to desegregate an all-white elementary school  in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1960. Currently, Bridges tours the country as a civil rights activist and author. She is sharing her experience with a new generation of kids in her latest children’s book, I Am Ruby Bridges.

GSA meets in room 167 right after school on February 8th and 22nd for fun crafts and good conversation.

Don’t miss Davidson Theatre’s incredible Junior-Senior production of Our Town – often referred to as the greatest American play ever written. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7 and Sunday at 2. Tickets are available at the door or in advance at hilliarddavidsontheatre.com.

Attention Latino and Hispanic students – we are planning a trip to Chicago next October and we’d like you to join!  We are currently gathering interest so please scan the QR codes outside of Ms. Speakman’s and Ms. Braun’s  classrooms, 227 or 214) or talk to any Spanish or EL teacher to get more info!

Attention softball players – there is a MANDATORY tryout meeting TOMORROW, Feb. 6th, immediately after school in Room 227.  You must be signed up on Final Forms in order to attend and tryout.  All prospective players must attend.  Questions…see Coach Speakman

Attention all girls interested in playing Girls Lacrosse: There will be a preseason kickoff meeting for players and parents on Feb 8th @ 7:00pm in the commons.  We would like all players and a parent in attendance as we will go over tryouts and details for the season.  If you cannot make it, please reach out to Coach Smock for details.



To celebrate the first day of Black History Month we are celebrating Langston Hughes. He was born on February 1st 1902.  Langston Hughes was an African American writer whose poems, columns, novels and plays made him a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s. 

Wildcats, ticket sales are currently low for Winter Formal. We will be checking numbers again on Friday at noon to determine if our ticket sales are high enough. If you plan on going to the dance, please purchase your tickets soon so we know our numbers! Tickets can be found on Local level. The link was sent out in your Class of Canvas course. 

Attention seniors – scholarships are in Schoolinks and more are being added this week.  There are many that you may qualify for, and deadlines are approaching starting in February.  Stop in Guidance with any questions.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, located in Daytona Beach, Florida and Prescott, Arizona.  Graduates from Embry-Riddle go on work for companies such as NASA, Space X, Blue Origin, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Google, and many others!  Embry-Riddle will visit Davidson on Monday, February 5th at 8:30. If you are interested in talking with a representative, see Mrs. Mongolier in the Guidance Office.

GSA meets in room 167 right after school on February 8th and 22nd for fun crafts and good conversation.

The Davidson Quiz Team will be playing their last regular season match at home against New Albany this Thursday.  Students should meet up in room 119 after school to finish out the season strong and beat the Eagles!  

Interact Club is hosting a dress clothes drive during all lunch periods from Monday to Friday. You can donate dresses, pants, or shirts on any day this week and shop starting Wednesday.

The Environmental Club will be meeting after school this Friday, February 2 in room 216. New members are always welcome!

Brett Kingsley reports that there is 0% chance of precipitation today. The high temperature will be 48 with a low of 34! 

Attention softball players – there is a MANDATORY tryout meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 6th immediately after school in Room 227.  You must be signed up on Final Forms in order to attend and tryout.  All prospective players must attend.  Questions…see Coach Speakman.

Attention all girls interested in playing Girls Lacrosse: There will be a preseason kickoff meeting for players and parents on Feb 8th @ 7:00pm in the commons.  We would like all players and a parent in attendance as we will go over tryouts and details for the season.  If you cannot make it, please reach out to Coach Smock for details.



Winter Formal is on Saturday, February 3rd from 7:30-10:00 pm at Davidson. Dress requirement is semi-formal. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online through Local Level. The link is on Student Council’s Instagram @hdhs.sc and through your “Class of” Canvas course.

Attention seniors – scholarships are in Schoolinks and more are being added this week.  There are many that you may qualify for, and deadlines are approaching starting in February.  Stop in Guidance with any questions.

The Davidson Quiz Team will be playing their last regular season match at home against New Albany this Thursday.  Students should meet up in room 119 after school to finish out the season strong and beat the Eagles!

Interact Club is hosting a dress clothes drive during all lunch periods from Monday to Friday. You can donate dresses, pants, or shirts on any day this week and shop starting Wednesday.

Congratulations to the three Davidson Ethics Bowl teams for their excellent performances at the Ohio High School Regional Ethics Bowl Contest, held at the University of Findlay on Saturday, January 27th.

Environmental Club will be meeting after school this Friday, February 2, in room 216. New members are always welcome!

Brett Kingsley reports that today’s weather will be cloudy with 0% chance of precipitation. High will be 41!



Winter Formal is on Saturday, February 3rd from 7:30-10:00 pm at Davidson. Dress requirement is semi-formal. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online through Local Level. The link is on Student Council’s instagram @hdhs.sc and through your “class of” canvas course.

Seniors – if you have enlisted in the military, please stop by the Guidance Office and let Ms. Mongolier know.

Attention seniors – scholarships are in Schoolinks and more are being added this week.  There are many that you may qualify for, and deadlines are approaching starting in February.  Stop in Guidance with any questions.

Brett Kingsley reports that today’s weather will be, high 41/low 31! There is a 50% chance of precipitation.

The Davidson Speech and Debate Club meets today, where we will be talking about plans for the rest of the year, including debating the use of AI versus Darby.  We hope to see you today after school in room 119!

Interact Club is hosting a dress clothes drive during all lunch periods from Monday to Friday. You can donate dresses, pants, or shirts on any day this week and shop starting Wednesday.

Congratulations to the three Davidson Ethics Bowl teams for their excellent performances at the Ohio High School Regional Ethics Bowl Contest, held at the University of Findlay on Saturday, January 27th. The teams were: seniors Mary Kate Booker, Sofia Ferricci, Sydney White, and Sarah Zawisza; seniors Parker Shirk, Matthew Morrow Evelyn Potter and junior Yazed Mohammed, juniors Lucy Harris, Cooper Wickham, Maddy Clemons, and Leah Alsko. All three teams performed impressively and represented Davidson well in this state competition. Way to go, Wildcats!



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