DAVISON (DTV) – (3/22/22) – Standardized testing at Davison High School is coming up quickly. Testing will be the week of April 11th. On Wednesday, April 13th, freshman, sophomores, and seniors will have the day off, while juniors report to school to take the SAT. On Thursday, April 14th, sophomores and juniors will report to school at 11:30 in the morning, while freshman and seniors come at normal times to take the PSAT and Work Keys test. All grades will have Friday, April 15th, off of school. On Monday, April 18th, freshman and seniors will come to school at 11:30, sophomores and juniors will come at normal times to take the PSAT and M-STEP test. Then Tuesday, April 19th, will be a regualar day for all grades, beginning at 7:25 am and getting out at 2:36 pm.
DAVISON (DTV) – (3/8/2022) – Directions for Prom:
Arrive at DHS no later than 4:00 p.m.
Busses will leave the school at 4:30 p.m. If you aren’t on your bus by 4:30, you may get left behind. (Photo IDs are mandatory for EVERYONE to enter the bus).
You must ride the bus you are assigned to, and be sure to not switch buses.
Small purses only, no other items are allowed on unless you have it cleared with Ms. Aboneaaj ahead of time. Drink containers must be sealed when you get on the bus.
There are no plugs on the bus, no USB’s so if you want to charge your phone, bring the plug as well as the cord.
When you arrive:
Your ticket will say what floor and table number you are to eat at. When you arrive we are on the floor
1. You must use the staircase to get to all the other floors.
2. Just like with the busses, you must eat at your assigned spot. Do NOT switch
seats! You will be dismissed by the staff at Lafayette to visit the buffet. Dinner includes; Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, corn, mostaccioli, salad, rolls, unlimited drinks and an ice cream sundae ar. All gluten-free except for rolls and pasta.
3. Once dinner is over you can go anywhere in the venue that you choose. Each ballroom will have its own dance floor and DJ so feel free to roam around and find the spot you like the best. If you got hot, there is an outdoor area for you to take a break and get some fresh air if you choose.
4. There will be a photo booth for you to visit during the dance as well. (Photo factory is not taking formal pictures this year.)
The Ride home:
Prom ends at 10:00. You can start getting back on the bus at 9:45 pm. Again,
you MUST ride the same bus home that you rode to prom!
2. You will get your prom shirt, pizza, and water on the ride home.
3. We should arrive back at DHS around 11:00.
**Please remember that you, your bags, and pockets are subject to
search prior to entering the bus, and your behavior at prom is expected
to be school appropriate. This is a school event. Do not make a silly
choice that could ruin your night, your year, or your life.
Be smart and have fun!
ALLEN PARK (DTV) – (3/4/2022) – The boys and girls bowling teams headed to Allen Park as most people were still in bed. They arrived at 7 a.m. and had a whole day of competition ahead.
Both Davison teams swept opponents out of the round of 16 with a 3rd place finish for the boys and a 5th place finish for the girls. The Elite 8 was ahead.
— DTV Sports (@DTVSports1) March 4, 2022
The guys were paired with Macomb Dakota and the girls had Grandville. Both teams took the win, the guys winning with a score of 1312-1284 and the girls winning 1200-1148. For the first time since 2006, both teams for one school were in the final four for bowling.
Chloe Hug has the information in the next round of bowling for Davison in the 2022 MHSAA Michigan Bowling Finals! pic.twitter.com/Tih4SLmUF8
— DTV Sports (@DTVSports1) March 4, 2022
Unfortunately for the boys, they lost to a strong Franklin team that won 1383-1278. However, the girls continued with ease and won against Farmington 1364-1049. It was time for the finals.
The girls bowling team dominated Farmington in the semi’s and will advance to the State finals against Dakota in hopes of taking it all! Good luck cards! @DavisonMade @DTV_Official pic.twitter.com/F7nEa6HWeK
— DTV Sports (@DTVSports1) March 4, 2022
It was the final matchup for the girls, Davison v.s. Macomb Dakota. The boys had beat Macomb’s boy’s team in the first round, it was the Macomb’s girl’s mission to defeat the Lady Cards.
They ended up doing just that. The match stayed competitive for a couple of frames, however, the Macomb girls dominated with strike after strike to take the state title.
It was still a great placement for both Davison bowling teams, congratulations on a great year!
Davison’s new girl’s basketball head coach skills will be tested tonight in her first-ever playoff game for the Davison girls basketball team.
In 2020, the team was on a hot streak demolishing teams such as Kearsley, Lapeer, Grand Blanc, Carman-Ainsworth, and had just beat Carman-Ainsworth by 5 points when their next game with Midland Dow as an opponent got canceled.
Following this in 2021, Davison and Lapeer met in district semi-finals ending in Lapeer’s defeat 21 to 52, after this Davison faced off against Grand Blanc and lost 42 to 47!
Watch the story below!
DAVISON (DTV) – (3/1/2022) – This Wednesday, March 3rd, Davison High school will have early release rather than having late start.
With this, the class schedule will be a little different:
DAVISON (DTV) – (2/28/2022) – The CDC has just updated their restrictions on the mask mandate.
Masks mandates have been lifted for public transportation. This means that anyone who rides the bus will no longer be required to wear them on their rides anymore.
We will continue to keep you updated on new COVID-19 guidelines and rules.
DAVISON (DTV) – (02/15/2022) – After 2 years, the Davison High School talent show is back and better than ever. DHS is ready to give students a chance to show off any sort of talent they may have, from singing to fire breathing! The winner gets a CASH PRIZE! Tryouts will be held after school on Friday, March 4th from 3 until 5:30 in the DHS auditorium. For more information see Mr. Belprez in room 257. Good luck to all performers!
To get a feel for what it’s like, click below to see our playlist with the 2019 Talent Show acts!
DAVISON (DTV) – (02/15/2022) – Ballots for mock elections were sent out by Ms. Aboneaaj in an email. The final day to vote, by filling out the google form, is Friday, February 18.
Senior quote applications are also due that same day. You can submit your quote for the yearbook by filling out the form HERE
Another fun senior tradition that is back is “Adopt a Senior”! If you want to participate, join the Facebook page “Davison Adopt a Senior 2022” and you or your parents can upload a photo of yourself and a little bit about you. A member of the Davison community will then “adopt” you and send you gifts and other fun items to celebrate your success as you move on from high school.
You can join the “Davison Adopt a Senior 2022” Facebook page HERE
DAVISON (DTV) – (2/14/2022) – If you’re looking to have a way to remember all your high school memories, then check out this year’s yearbook!
The new 2021-2022 yearbook is on sale now on Jostens website
For those who had missed the deadline, the price has now been raised to $90
Whether it is old sports games, class titles, or finding the name of that one friend you can’t remember; the yearbook is the place to look!
Also on their website, there are recognition ads that you can pay for to promote yourself or your business
DAVISON (DTV) – (1/31/22) – Winter sports have been in full swing for a minute now, with most of our athletes hitting the halfway points of the season.
Let’s dive into another lovely week of winter athletics.
With the impending snowstorm, these contests may be subject to rescheduling, so stay tuned for any cancellations.
Monday was void of any varsity athletics, but Tuesday had something to say about that.
The girl’s basketball squad is heading out in the early evening to Cavalier territory, taking on Carman Ainsworth at 5:30. The last time these squads faced off, it ended in a lower scoring win for the Lady Cards, with a final of 36-29 in the home stretch of last season.
The boys swim team will be out for their first meet in a 3-day span, heading to the Midland pools for a 6 pm meet. Let’s hope Dow hooked them up with the right chemicals to keep everything nice and clean.
Boys basketball will be hosting the Cavaliers while the girls are on the road, tipping off against Carman Ainsworth at 7 pm. In their 2021 matchup, the Cards came away with a 6 point win in a tight contest.
After a strong stretch of meets, the cheer squad has the SVL finals coming up, with that time TBA. They’ll be making a road trip to Midland for that competition.
The hockey squad will get their two-game road stretch going, starting by heading to Utica Eisenhower for a 7 pm faceoff. They’re coming off a tight 3-4 loss against Saginaw Swan Valley over the weekend, looking to turn a 5 game losing streak around.
The boys swim team will be right back at it, hitting the Kearsley pools for a tri-meet with the Hornets and the Brandon Blackhawks. They’ll dive into the competition at 6 pm.
The end of a snow-filled week is even more filled up with Cardinal sports.
Girls bowling will get a two-day road stretch going with an away meet in Lapeer. They’ll hit the lanes at 5:30.
Hockey will take on their second of 3 opponents this week, heading to Saginaw to play the FNV Griffen squad at 7 pm.
The basketball squads will both be matched up with Oiler squads, with the guys taking a long trip to Mt. Pleasant while the girls are hosting them. Both games tip-off at 7pm.
After a massive nailbiting win against DCC last Friday, the wrestling squad is back at it this Saturday, hosting an invitational here at DHS with a time TBA.
The boys and girls bowling squads are heading to Monitor Lanes for a 1pm matchup. The reigning SVL champs will be competing in the SVL Finals.
To round out the week, the Hockey squad is heading right back out for game number three, closing things out with Manistee at 2 pm.
Stay tuned to DTV’s social media accounts for any weather postponements and cancellations.