KAYSVILLE — Davis High Film Club is looking for cast and crew for a Martial Arts Documentary. Dragon Auditions will be held during lunch and after school in room 1801. Material for cold readings will be provided. For more information call or text Trace Gaskill at 801 510-4554 or e-mail Captain Gaskill@comcast.net
Governor’s Honors Academy set
DAVIS COUNTY— The Governor’s Honors Academy was founded in 1988 through a vision of Utah corporate and political leaders. The Academy is organized to provide Utah high school students with an opportunity to learn, lead and interact with some of the foremost leaders in business, technology, humanities, science, education, communication and social science. Through interaction with leaders and mentors, students enhance their desire to learn and strive for excellence.
Along with an intense learning experience, students are given leadership and teamwork opportunities during the Academy, preparing them to provide leadership in their schools and communities.
Those that are current high school juniors are welcome to apply. The cost of the Academy is $900 for all expenses of the 10 day Academy, held at Southern Utah University. Selected participants will receive a sponsorship packet, detailing how to raise money toward their $900 fee (monthly payments may also be arranged). Those participants who attend the entire Academy will receive six college credits and a four-year scholarship to Southern Utah University. For more information, please e-mail email@example.com.
Students hold book drive
BOUNTIFUL— Bountiful High National Honor Society is doing a book drive for elementary age students. The group will be giving the books to a Title 1 school. Any donations for nearly new or slightly used books will be appreciated. Donations go from Feb. 22 through March 4. There is a box in the main office at Bountiful High that will take the books. Students and parents can also bring them to room 109.
New program at DATC
FARMINGTON— Effective immediately, Davis Applied Technology College, a UCAT campus, is accepting students into a new Energy Technician Program. This program will prepare students for a career in the emerging energy industry.
Students will complete one of three technical skill tracks in Energy Management, Green Construction or Renewable Energy Transmission. Qualified individuals may enroll in the program at no cost, however, a prescreening through the Department of Workforce Services is required.
Individuals interested in the Energy Technician training opportunity should apply at jobs.utah.gov/services/grants/sesp.html. Tuition-paying students will also be accepted into the program and may enroll by calling Davis Applied Technology College at 801-593-2332.
Scholarships offered survivors
DAVIS COUNTY — The Cancer Survivor College Scholarship Program is designed to provide financial assistance for those who’ve overcome cancer, as they pursue their post secondary education.
The scholarships may be used for tuition, fees and books required for course instruction at an accredited college, university, community college or vocational/technical school. The possible lifetime award is for up to $10,000 per student, offered in increments of $2,500 per academic year.
To be eligible to apply, the students must be cancer survivors diagnosed before the age of 21 and age 25 or younger at the time of submitting the application, graduating from a high school and/or continuing college in the upcoming school year, a U.S. citizen and a resident of Utah with a 2.5 GPA. They must plan to be a full-time student. If selected, the money will be awarded in May 2011. Past scholarship winners need to reapply for the scholarship each year. Applications are being accepted now through Feb. 25 and can be obtained by calling 866-500-3272 or 1-800-ACS-2345.