What's Happening at DPS?
To equip our students to achieve success in a global society by implementing an effective and rigorous curriculum with fidelity.
5 STAR PRESCHOOLS
All of our preschools are rated 5-stars by the Ohio Department of Education.
1 TO 1 TECHNOLOGY
We have one-to-one technology; a Chromebook is available to every student.
COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS
Students can earn college credit for free in high school. Dedicated students can even earn an Associate Degree.
The District was awarded 5 Stars in Gifted Value Added by the Ohio Department of Education.
DPS Holding Basketball All-Star Event on March 26thMarch 20, 2023
WHO: Dayton Public Schools WHAT: Basketball All-Star Event WHEN: Sunday, March 26, 2023 2 p.m. – 7 p.m. (end time is approximate based on length of last game) WHERE: Dunbar High School 1400 Albritton Dr. Dayton, OH 45417 INFO: DPS families and community members are invited to at...
Charity Adams Earley Academy will be co-ed next school yearMarch 14, 2023
Beginning this fall, Charity Adams Earley Academy will no longer be a girls-only school. The district is changing the PreK-6th grade elementary school into a co-ed building, allowing both male and female students to enroll. The decision to make this change has not been easy, but was necessary due to the continued de...
Montessori Program to open at the International School at Residence ParkMarch 13, 2023
The Dayton Public School District is proud to announce that a Montessori Program will be opening at the International School at Residence Park for the 2023-2024 school year. Montessori education is hands-on and encourages students to ask questions, solve problems and think critically. Classrooms have multi-age gro...
COVID-Relief Spending Update: February 2023March 9, 2023
Over the last few years, the Dayton Public School District has received COVID-relief funds from the federal government. These funds, often referred to as “ESSER” funds (Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief) or “ARP” funds (American Rescue Plan), have been used to keep students and staff safe duri...