This Thursday (12/12) @ Lunch in room 9112, the Sports Medicine Club will have a special meeting. Jennifer Diaz, a current nursing student at CSUEB, is coming to talk about her experience in the medical field and the process of nursing school. Please come curious and ready to ask questions to our guest speaker.
Geography Club meeting Tuesday at lunch in room 1120. Come find out what's going on!!
Calling everyone looking to gain outside experience and ultimately help others! The DVHS Humanitarian Club is organizing a trip to Cusco, Peru for the purpose of giving aid to those who cannot attain or resource basic necessities. Moreover, you can bring your friends with you to spend a week in South America to experience the amazing and diverse culture! More information will be given out in the meeting this Thursday in Room 1207 (Ms. Kim) during lunch. We highly implore all of you to come and learn about this trip if you are at all interested. This trip is completely applicable for ALL GRADE LEVELS!
If you are passionate about Biology and would love to compete nationally and internationally in a Biology competition, sign up for the USA Biology Olympiad (USABO) Open Exam!! Eligibility: All interested students in grades 9 to 12 are eligible to participate in the USABO. Sign-up in Mrs. Basu's Room (2109) with a $5 fee (donation) AND Complete student registration at: https://www.usabo-trc.org/student/register
Student Registration Deadline: January 18th, 2020. The USABO Open Exam will consist of 50 multiple choice questions in 50 minutes and will be administered tentatively on Monday, February 10, 2020 (3:15-4:15 pm) Feel free to join us for Exam prep sessions during Biology Club meetings every Thursday during lunch in Room 2109. The USA Biology Olympiad (USABO) has 4 tiers of Exams: Tier 1: Open Exam (Feb 4-14 at DVHS) Tier 2: Semifinal Exam (March 23-27 at DVHS) Tier 3: Final/National Exam (TBD) Tier 4: International Biology Exam (July 3-11 in Sasebo City, Japan) Top 10% qualifies to the semifinal round (about 500-600 people) Top 20 people of semifinal round invited to the USABO training boot camp over the summer. Top 4 people from the final round represent USA and is represented as IBO (International Biology Olympiad) Finalist! Each of the seven topics will be covered in the four exams: Open, Semifinal, Nationals, and IBO: Animal anatomy and physiology: 25% Cell Biology: 20% Genetics and Evolution: 20% Plant anatomy and physiology: 15% Ecology: 10% Ethology: 5% Biosystematics: 5% Main Study Resource is the Campbell Biology Textbook edition 8 or later. Best, Mrs. Basu and the Biology Club Officers Risha Chakraborty (President) Edmund Young (Vice President) Arnav Tayal (Secretary) Pujitha Nachuri (Treasurer)
Interested in tutoring and mentoring a group of underprivileged children at a local lower-income housing unit? Join EESY to Change!
EESY to Change’s primary goal is to empower, educate, and support youth by offering them academic assistance and teaching them a habit-based curriculum. We give high school students the opportunity to volunteer at a nearby low income housing unit. Here, our members mentor a group of elementary schoolers, helping them with homework and other educational activities.
The volunteer hours received from EESY counts for other service clubs. If you would like to learn more about the club and upcoming volunteering opportunities, please fill out this form: https://forms.gle/A2GmGTGQKFBGsVUj6