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Graduation: Caps & Gowns

Alexandra Kincaid Belmont High School News, Dunbar Early College High School News, Meadowdale High School News, Mound Street Academy News, News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News, Stivers News, Thurgood Marshall News

Many have posted that students who meet all the requirements to graduate, but who cannot afford caps and gowns, are being denied the opportunity to participate in graduation. The Dayton Public Schools would never prohibit a student who qualifies for graduation to not participate. If financial assistance for purchasing caps and gowns is needed, the student just needs to contact …

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16 Dayton Public Schools students receive College Promise Scholarships

Alexandra Kincaid Belmont High School News, Edwin Joel Brown Elementary News, News, Stivers News, Wogaman Middle School News, Wright Brothers Elementary News

The Dayton Public School District is proud to announce that 16 students have been named 2022 College Promise recipients.  College Promise provides mentoring and scholarships to students who have financial need and demonstrate academic promise. Academic promise is determined by the student’s grades, test scores, attendance, and involvement in activities. Students are selected in 8th grade, are mentored once a …

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Earn college credits in high school for free through College Credit Plus

Alexandra Kincaid Belmont High School News, Dunbar Early College High School News, Meadowdale High School News, Mound Street Academy News, News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News, Stivers News, Thurgood Marshall News

College Credit Plus (CCP) is a program that provides students with the opportunity to earn college credit during high school for free. In place of regular high school classes, students can take college courses and earn credits that can be transferred to colleges and universities after graduation. CCP provides an academic experience that will enhance students’ college and career readiness …

Students in the Belmont Fire Program learn from Dayton Fire Department members at the Fire Training Center.

Dayton Fire Department Seeking Students 16+ for Fire Recruitment Exam in March

Alexandra Kincaid Belmont High School News, Dunbar Early College High School News, Meadowdale High School News, Mound Street Academy News, News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News, Stivers News, Thurgood Marshall News

The Dayton Fire Department is seeking students 16 or older to take the Fire Recruitment Exam in March. The exam is a personality-based assessment to gauge suitability for the position and would be an excellent opportunity for students to find out if a career as a firefighter would be right for them. The sign-up form for the exam will open …

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Athletic Field Renovations

Alexandra Kincaid Belmont High School News, Dunbar Early College High School News, Meadowdale High School News, News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News, Thurgood Marshall News

The Dayton Public Schools continue to upgrade and update the facilities and grounds for each of our buildings. A very significant project this year is to update our athletic fields and practice areas. In an effort to get this work done, community activities, as well as DPS activities on these fields and tracks, will need to be stopped while work …

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Notice Re: High School Busing Quadrants

Alexandra Kincaid Belmont High School News, Dunbar Early College High School News, Meadowdale High School News, Mound Street Academy News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News, Stivers News, Thurgood Marshall News

As with elementary and middle school student busing, students are bused within quadrant for high school. The only exception applies to students attending David H. Ponitz CTC, Meadowdale CTC or Stivers School for the Arts. Students who attend one of these specialty schools are eligible for out-of-quadrant busing, if busing is needed. Additionally, students with an IEP that requires busing …

Professor Loughnane, Dr. Lolli and students pose with a 3D printer.

DPS students receive free 3D printers as part of new workshop

Alexandra Kincaid Belmont High School News, News

18 students will take part in a first-of-its-kind Digital Manufacturing Workshop designed to help students pinpoint their goals and jumpstart their careers.  Four Belmont High School students received free 3D printers Tuesday. The students are among 18 Dayton Public Schools students who will be taking part in a first-of-its-kind Digital Manufacturing Workshop. The workshop is led by Greg Loughnane, a …

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DPS Summer Food Program to begin July 6th

Alexandra Kincaid Belle Haven Elementary News, Belmont High School News, Charity Adams Earley Academy News, Cleveland Elementary News, Dunbar Early College High School News, Eastmont Elementary News, Edison Elementary News, Edwin Joel Brown Elementary News, Fairview Elementary News, Horace Mann Elementary News, Kemp Elementary News, Kiser Elementary News, Louise Troy Elementary News, Meadowdale High School News, Mound Street Academy News, News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News, River’s Edge Montessori Elementary News, Roosevelt Elementary News, Rosa Parks Early Learning Center News, Ruskin Elementary News, Stivers News, Thurgood Marshall News, Valerie Elementary News, Westwood Elementary News, Wogaman Middle School News, Wright Brothers Elementary News

Media Contact: Alex Kincaid Writer and Content Specialist amkincai@daytonpublic.com For Immediate Release Children 18 and under are eligible to receive free meals throughout the summer through the Dayton Public School District’s Summer Food Program. Beginning Tuesday, July 6, 2021, breakfast, lunch and a snack will be available in various churches, summer camps, as well as schools that are holding summer …

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DPS to provide yellow bus transportation for all eligible students in 2021-2022

Alexandra Kincaid Belle Haven Elementary News, Belmont High School News, Charity Adams Earley Academy News, Cleveland Elementary News, Dunbar Early College High School News, Eastmont Elementary News, Edison Elementary News, Edwin Joel Brown Elementary News, Fairview Elementary News, Horace Mann Elementary News, Kemp Elementary News, Kiser Elementary News, Louise Troy Elementary News, Meadowdale High School News, Mound Street Academy News, News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News, River’s Edge Montessori Elementary News, Roosevelt Elementary News, Rosa Parks Early Learning Center News, Ruskin Elementary News, Stivers News, Thurgood Marshall News, Valerie Elementary News, Westwood Elementary News, Wogaman Middle School News, Wright Brothers Elementary News

The Dayton Public School District will provide yellow bus transportation for all eligible students in grades PreK-12 beginning next school year.  This is possible after the Board of Education voted to approve a contract with First Student, a school bus transportation company that will take over all charter and parochial school routes next year. The district will continue to transport …

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COVID-19 Preventative Measures in Schools

Alexandra Kincaid Belle Haven Elementary News, Belmont High School News, Board of Education, Charity Adams Earley Academy News, Cleveland Elementary News, Dunbar Early College High School News, Eastmont Elementary News, Edison Elementary News, Edwin Joel Brown Elementary News, Fairview Elementary News, Horace Mann Elementary News, Kemp Elementary News, Kiser Elementary News, Louise Troy Elementary News, Meadowdale High School News, Mound Street Academy News, News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News, River’s Edge Montessori Elementary News, Roosevelt Elementary News, Rosa Parks Early Learning Center News, Ruskin Elementary News, Stivers News, Thurgood Marshall News, Valerie Elementary News, Westwood Elementary News, Wogaman Middle School News, Wright Brothers Elementary News

Update June 20: After Governor Mike DeWine’s recent update, individual schools now have the ability to choose whether or not to keep the mask mandate in place. Dear Dayton Public Schools Families: In accordance with CDC guidance for schools, DPS will continue its COVID-19 prevention strategies for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. The school year ends on June …