DAVISON (DTV) – (07/30/2020) – ALL Davison School’s principals are featured in DTV’s latest video! In this special near-7 minute video, principals give their students a warm welcome back during peculiar times. Watch the video below to find out some tips and tricks for the next school year as well as some information!
DAVISON (DTV) – (6/19/20) – Superintendent Kevin Brown speaks on improvements that will be made on some Davison schools, Senior Graduation dates, and the future of students and teachers possibly resuming face-to-face learning.
DAVISON (DTV) – (6/16/2020) – DTV has published yet another newscast during this global pandemic and it’s a jam-packed one! There’s information regarding the protests against racism, a story about a small business and the effects COVID-19 has had on it, and more! Watch the video below!
DAVISON (DTV) – (6/8/2020) – On June 7th, more than 200 people gathered for a Black Lives Matter Protest. Held at the Davison Library, civilians of Davison rallied for this national movement. A story about the BLM protest that happened right here in the city of flags.
DAVISON (DTV) – (5/21/20) – In this edition of Brown’s Blog, Superintendent Kevin Brown congratulates Seniors on completing high school and gives info on when Davison 2020 Senior Graduation Night will be and how it will work!
Watch the video below!
DAVISON (DTV) – (5/12/2020) – Some of DTV’s students have taken the challenge of creating short films produced in their own homes.
A list of them will be found below!
Timeless – Clara Hubbard
ALONE – Trevor Cherney
A Day in the Life of a High School Student – Hailey Croff
DAVISON (DTV) – (5/11/2020) – DTV’s third virtual newscast has been posted and this edition is special.
The anchors for this newscast are Rebekah Allen (News), Clarah Hubbard (News), and Ryley Wilcox (Sports) who are all seniors.
Updates are given on senior information, the Flint Water Crisis, and what goes in to star quarterback Brendan Sullivan’s daily routine. Watch it now below!
DAVISON (DTV) – (5/11/2020) – DTV News has accumulated a total of 10 1st place awards, 7 2nd place awards, 5 3rd place awards, and a dozen honorable mentions from the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA) Spring Awards. A complete list of all 34 award winners will be found below! About 2 months ago DTV won awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters as well(MAB). A complete list of those awards can be viewed below or on the MAB website! More awards were also won from the Emmy’s and Ball State University!
- Rebekah Allen
(Watch the crew’s reaction below!)
- Short film Non-Fiction: Great Lakes: on the Brink
- Talent: Rebekah Allen
- Broadcast Video Program: DTV News
Ball State University Awards:
- Superior Package (News Story): Emily Ferrante
- Excellent Package (Sports Story): Ryley Wilcox
- Honorable Mention Package (Feature Story): Morgan Welch
- Excellent Open: DTV Staff
- Superior Broadcast Multi-Issue Story: Rebekah Allen & Emilly Ferrante
1st Place Awards:
- Hard News Story: Rebekah Allen
- News Feature: Hailey Croff
2nd Place Awards:
- Hard News: Hailey Croff
- Documentary: DTV News
- Public Service Announcement: Seth & Mason Polmanteer
1st Place Awards:
- Short Film Documentary: Staff
- Live Sports/Event Coverage: Staff
- Field Reporter: Rebekah Allen
- Localized News Analysis: Rebekah Allen
- PSA: Seth Polmanteer
- News Story/Package: Hailey Croff
- Personality Profile Feature: Bailey Kinnamon
- Human Interest Feature: Mason Polmanteer
- Environmental Health/Science: Emily Ferrante
- Social Media Coverage: Mason Polmanteer
2nd Place Awards:
- Health PSA: Bryce Daly
- Animated Open: Trevor Cherney
- Field Reporter: Jillian Tate
- Live Sports Announcer: Jon Gerke
- Localized News Analysis: Morgan Welch
- Sports Feature Story/Package: Kate Lawrence
- Environmental Health/Science: Rebekah Allen
3rd Place Awards:
- Live Sports/Event Coverage: Staff
- Newscast Anchor: Drew Ritter
- Informative Feature: Isaac Melton
- Personality Profile Feature: Jillian Tate
- Sports Feature Story/Package: Ryley Wilcox
- Commercial: Ryley Wilcox
- PSA: Hailee O’Connor
- Health PSA: Seth & Mason Polmanteer
- Animated Open: Ryan Riopelle & Bailey Maloney
- School Promo: Jack Blacsyck
- School Promo: Tyler Scroggins
- Newscast Anchor: Emily Ferrante
- Studio Talent: Hailee O’Connor
- Studio Talent: Maddie Dingman
- News Story/Package: Morgan Welch
- Human Interest Feature: Rebekah Allen
- Sports News Story/Package: Kate Lawrence
To watch the full live-streams, click on one of the links below!
DAVISON (DTV) – (5/3/2020) – Superintendent Brown hosts another virtual edition of Brown’s Blog.
In this edition, he announces that himself, DHS Principal Jacobs, and other administrators are trying to gather and create a plan that has options for seniors.
For example, he states that some possible graduation dates are June 29th and July 13th. Also, a couple of possible senior pick-up days are May 26th and May 28th.
Next week, Jacobs is to send a letter out informing staff, students, and teachers of what is in this plan.
Watch the full video below!
DAVISON (DTV) – (4/20/2020) – The Junior Quarterback Brendan Sullivan who led the Davison Cardinals to their first-ever state championship in football in division one has announced where he will be playing in college.
First, let’s talk about how he got here.
He started receiving major attention at the beginning of the 2019-2020 football season.
While leading the Cards to an impressive 12-2 season, he began getting offer after offer from colleges. After the third game of the season, specifically, is where he received his first offer, coming from Central Michigan. After that, Ball State, Northwestern, and many other schools followed suit.
Even during playoffs, colleges all around wanted him to be on their team and made offers.
He has been awarded many accolades that grabbed their attention, the most impressive being finishing final 5 for Mr. Football in Michigan, junior all sports athlete of the year, and the most obvious, winning the Divison 1 Football State Championship in Michigan.
A list of more of his more prominent achievements are listed below:
- Flint-area offensive player of the year
- 1st team all-conference
- 1st team academic all-state
- MHSFCA Dream Team all-state
- MLive Dream Team
- Detroit Free Press Dream Team
- D-Zone and 247 sports ranked #1 in QB in class of 2021
- 15 Total D-1 Offers
During the 2019-2020 football season, he made 165 total completions that added up to 3,045 passing yards, exceeding his goal of 2,000. Sullivan had an outstanding 33 passing TD’s at the end of the season.
In the championship game, he rounded out to an impressive 330 total yards while 40 of them being rushing. He also had 2 rushing touchdowns as well as 1 passing.
Brendan Sullivan has released where he will be taking his talents to the collegiate level, and that will be Northwestern University
DTV got an exclusive interview with him regarding his decision on choosing where to go:
The multi-skilled Brendan Sullivan has a bright future ahead of him playing for Northwestern Wildcats in division one college football.