How much do you know about Dayton Public Schools?
The DPS Class of 2013 earned more than $11 million in scholarships to attend colleges and universities across the United States.
Read Across America
Dayton Public Schools serves approximately 14,000 students in preschool through high school this year. Our schools offer new and enhanced academic themes that focus teaching and learning around the Common Core State Standards, which will be fully implemented in 2014-15.
Our decisions, academic and operational, continue to rest on our four academic non-negotiables: (1) kindergarten readiness, (2) third-graders reading on grade level, (3) closing the achievement gap, and (4) high school graduates ready for college and careers.
DPS families have excellent opportunities for involvement in their children’s schools through our Community Education Council network and our DPS Parent University—a series of classes designed around what you told us you wanted to know. We look forward to a successful year made possible with the support and involvement of our families and community partners.
- School poetry slams rescheduled
- Students spearhead scholarship for DPS seniors
- Kindergarten registration begins March 3
- Dayton Education Council asks: "Is your child college ready?"
- District announces changes aligned to strategic plan
- Ponitz students tops in business competition
- OGT Spring Testing
March 10, 2014
- DBOE Policy Committee Meeting
March 11, 2014 04:00PM
- DBOE/City of Dayton meeting
March 11, 2014 06:00PM
- Poetry Slam - Meadowdale High School
March 13, 2014 03:00PM
- DBOE Review Session
March 13, 2014 06:00PM
- End 3rd Quarter/Students Report
March 14, 2014