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Archive for 12 Grade
Applications are now open! Go to www.dvrealworldlearning.com/internship-opportunities.html to see the available opportunities and descriptions.
Students can also go to the Resources tab to get help with their Resumes and Cover Letters. All applications are due on Friday, April 13.
Internships last for 6 weeks in the summer and students will receive course credit for the internship.
Design families – thank you for your attendance and support at Student Led Conferences! We are so grateful for your commitment to your students’ success.
Week 26 Updates and Info:
- College Field Trips
- Grade 10 – Tuesday 3/13
- Grade 9 – Wednesday 3/14
- Spring Semi-Formal Dance – Thursday 3/15
- At 201 N. Douglas Campus in the Black Box Theatre
- 6:30-9:00 pm
- Tickets are $10
- No Classes in Session on Friday 3/16 – staff development day
Have a great weekend!
Rock Around the Block – March 24
Designers, week 25 brings Student Led Conferences!
You should have received information from your teachers on requirements, sign-ups and scheduling over the past week or two.
Parents/students, please contact a grade-level teacher should have questions regarding SLCs or schedules, or check out the links below:
Grade 10: http://dvdteam10.weebly.com/slcs.html
Grade 11: http://dvdgrade11.weebly.com/
PSAT for 10th Graders – 3/7
This will be administered during the school day on Wednesday 3/7 from 9:00-1:00; lunch will be 1:00-1:30 for 10th graders. Please bring an approved calculator, pencil and a snack!
Ivy Prep ACT Classes – Time change, this week only!
Students – remember that IVY Prep ACT Classes are held from 1:40-3:10 pm this week during SLCs!
Have a wonderful weekend!
Bell Schedules March 5-9
Athletics March 5-9
We have completed our emergency lockdown drill and the students did a fantastic job – the entire floor was locked down in less than 30 seconds.
We encourage you to talk to your kids about this experience when you see them this evening!
As previously announced, Da Vinci Communications, Da Vinci Design and Da Vinci Science will be conducting an armed intruder drill on Thursday, March 1, 2018. This drill is a normal part of our continued efforts each year to maintain a safe and peaceful school environment. The drill will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and will take place at an unannounced time during the day. Teachers have been working with students during Advisory classes to prepare for this drill. The “armed intruder” for the drill will simply be a person with a sign that states “armed intruder drill”. During the drill, students will have a chance to practice the proper response if such a crisis were to occur. A Resource Officer from the El Segundo Police Department will be observing the drill and providing feedback on processes and procedures. Students and staff will be debriefing the drill on the following day.
So the schools can remain informed and responsive, parents and students are encouraged to report any concerns or potential threats to the school. If you have any questions regarding this or the drill, please do not hesitate contact the front office of your child’s school. Thank you for your support in maintaining the safety of our students, staff and schools.
This summer, students can experience Adelphi University’s personalized approach to education through our Pre-College Program. The program invites rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors to spend two weeks living and learning on Adelphi’s beautiful college campus in Garden City, NY.
Subjects to explore include:
Art and Design
Business and Entrepreneurship,
Digital Media Production
Video Game Programming, and more!
Dates: July 22nd-August 2, 2018.
Earn 3 transferable college credits!
For more information and to apply, visit http://precollege.adelphi.edu/ or email the Director at email@example.com
Thank you and congratulations to the DVD Black Student Union for putting on an amazing Black History Month CD this morning alongside our leadership crew. Kudos to all who contributed and performed! What a great end to the week.
Good luck to our boys’ basketball team who is participating in the CIF Division 5A Semi-Final Game this evening. Go Wolves!
Week 24 updates are below. Reminder that our lockdown drill is next week on Thursday, March 1. You will receive additional information in advisory on Wednesday 2/28.
Tuesday, 2/27: 10th Grade Class – Guidance Lesson with the counselors
Thursday, 3/1: Lockdown Drill & Debrief
Friday, 3/2: 11th Grade Class – Guidance Lesson with the counselors
Reminder: Student Led Conferences (SLCs) are the week of March 5 and run Monday-Thursday. Minimum day schedules are in effect those days (can be seen below).
Have a nice weekend!
Week 24 Schedules (Feb 26-Mar 2)
Week 25 Schedules for Student Led Conferences (Mar 5-9)
Student Volunteer Opportunity at Rock Around the Block!
Dear DVD parents,
There will be an interactive informational presentation on Tuesday March 13, 2018 at 6:00pm in the Multipurpose Room (201) to discuss signs, and symptoms of depression and anxiety in your child. A doctoral student from Pepperdine University will be at the meeting to provide you with different skills and strategies to help you ease your child’s discomfort. The presentation will be free and all Da Vinci parents are welcome to attend!
For more information, check out the attached flyer!
Ghetto Film School (GFS) is an award-winning nonprofit founded in 2000 to educate, develop and celebrate the next generation of great American storytellers. We identify young talent from local communities and provide them with the access, opportunity and resources to pursue creative careers, always free of charge. THE LOS ANGELES FELLOWS PROGRAM is a visual storytelling course for high school students. Fellows receive more than 1,000 hours of immersive, college-level training, learning both the art and business of cinematic storytelling and production training while getting the preparation and guidance to advance their education at top universities. The program is free of charge for all students.
- 30-month filmmaking immersion
- Instruction from leading filmmakers and industry experts
- Students visit live sets and studios
- International travel
- Students screen their films at prestigious venues
- College application advising and test prep support
- Paid internships at top media and creative companies
- Transport and meals are covered
Must be ages 14-18 at the time of application
Passionate about film, tv and media
No prior experience necessary
The Fellows Program is an intensive and challenging program requiring an exceptionally high level of commitment from all participants. In addition to the 30-month class schedule, students and instructors oftentimes spend weekends and evenings at Ghetto Film School when additional time is necessary. Do not apply to this program if you are bound to any prior summer engagements. Perfect attendance is mandatory. The value of your experience depends on maintaining great dedication to our program and your fellow filmmakers.
Qualifying students will participate in a 30-minute professional interview session at our McArthur Park training space at Heart of Los Angeles (2701 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 100, Los Angeles, 90057, between LaFayette Park Place & Rampart Blvd). Required Orientation & Information Session for all accepted applicants will also take place at HOLA. Each prospective student must attend this meeting accompanied by a parent or guardian.