Category Archives: DAHS News
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Thank You Jose Sierra and Robin Lopéz!
Jose Sierra is an IT Project Manager, Systems Specialist, a Steering Committee Member for the Latin America and Native American ERG at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and is also a WCCUSD ITA Advisory Board Member. He was born in Guatemala, Jose and his parents made the big transition leaving everything behind to move to the […]Read More
TEAM Virtual Program: Video Analytics 101 at De Anza High School
Video Analytics 101 is designed for students to use their passion for sports to learn technology used by the pros to build, analyze and present projects that provide video and data insights. Join us for a hands-on program that introduces sports video analytics and how these skills can open doors to career opportunities within the […]Read More
De Anza High School Tech Academy Alumni Day
Next Friday, De Anza High School Tech Academy Alumni are welcome in joining us for our community meeting to share ongoing matters, experiences, and plans for the future! When: December 11 , 2020 from 10:00AM – 10:25AM Where: Zoom link TBD For further information, please contact Ms. Webb at: email@example.comRead More
Free Fix Day – DeAnza High School
Press Release Information Technology Academy hosts community “Free Fix Day” Students will help bridge digital divide in the Richmond community Richmond, CA October 09, 2017: The DeAnza High School Technology Academy will be holding a Free Fix Day on Saturday, October 28th, 2017. This will take place at DeAnza High school in the cafeteria from 10 am to […]Read More
Congratulations to Angel Campos for winning an Xbox
In support of Microsoft’s commitment to empowering every person, from any background, by making technology more accessible to them, Blacks at Microsoft (BAM) hosts its annual BAM Minority Student Day (BMSD). Kennedy and De Anza had an opportunity to attend this event this past February and even though they had to be on the […]Read More