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DPS receives clean, unmodified audit for second year in a row

Alexandra Kincaid News

The Dayton Public School District is proud to announce another clean, unmodified audit for the second year in a row for the 2019-2020 school year.  This means when financial statements were reviewed by the auditor, there were no concerns or discrepancies. The district was classified as low risk, which means there were no issues in reporting and compliance, and everything …

Dayton Live Education Pie in the Face Comedy Camp and Broadway Preview Camp 2021

Dayton Live summer camps open to students grades 6-12

Brittany Miller News

Posted from Dayton Live: It’s time to plan for summer camp! Kids in grades 6-12 don’t have to be experienced performers to participate in our Pie In The Face Comedy Camp or Broadway Preview Camp, they just need to be interested in learning more about comedy or musicals while meeting other students who share similar interests! We are committed to following the Ohio …

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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics Available for Students ages 16-19 and Families

Brittany Miller News

The Dayton Public School District is partnering with Dayton Children’s Hospital to hold COVID-19 vaccine clinics for DPS students ages 16-19 and their families beginning in May.  How? Fill out a consent form: In order for students under 18 to be vaccinated, parents or guardians must print, complete and sign the consent form. This form must be brought to the …

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3 Meadowdale Students Place in HOSA State Competition

Brittany Miller Meadowdale High School News, News

Three Meadowdale High School-Career Technical Center students placed in the top 10 in the HOSA State Leadership Conference competition held virtually last week. HOSA is a global student organization with a mission to empower future health professionals to become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration and experience. Alonzo Dabney earned 4th place in the Job Seeking Skills …

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21 Ponitz Students Earn OSHA Credential

Brittany Miller News, Ponitz Career Technology Center News

Twenty-one Allied Health sophomores at Ponitz successfully earned their 10-hour OSHA credential last week. This Occupational Safety and Health Administration credential is awarded after successfully earning a Career Safe online certification, which took students six months to complete. Students earned this credential alongside their regular coursework. Congratulations to the following students on this accomplishment! Tenaeya Heath Shanesha Hudson Iyiana Jordan-Mason …

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Vote for DPS Student Projects in the 2021 Tech Prep Showcase

Brittany Miller News

Voting is now open for the People’s Choice Award in the 2021 Tech Prep Showcase. Several DPS student projects are competing in the Arts and Communication and Health Science categories. Voting is open until 8 p.m. today, April 23rd.

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Funds and Resources provided to Dayton Public Schools by Learn to Earn Dayton

Brittany Miller News

Computers and Hot Spots: L2ED secured funding for K-2 computers and MCESC secured funding for hot spots and additional computers for DPS students from a variety of regional funders and the County CARES funding during 2020 as part of the effort to address the digital divide issue confronting Dayton students. Funders: Regional philanthropic organizations; MC CARES Pay-for-Success: L2ED secured funds …

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Ohio State Tests for Virtual Learning Students

Brittany Miller News

Students in grades 3-8 who are currently learning remotely and do not receive accommodations are given the opportunity to take the Ohio State Tests in-person at 115 S. Ludlow Street on the following dates and times. OSTs must be taken in person. However, parents/guardians have the right to decline participation due to COVID concerns. Lack of participation will not be …

Panelists pose for a photo in front of the stage at Thurgood Marshall STEM High School after a Males of Color event.

Males of Color Program celebrates student achievements, holds important discussions

Alexandra Kincaid News

The Dayton Public Schools Office for Males of Color continues to celebrate student achievements and engage in positive dialogue about important issues that impact students. On Saturday, April 10th, 15 students in 4th and 5th grade who had consistently kept up their grades and attendance, engaged with extracurricular activities, and maintained a positive attitude representative of the Office for Males …