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Thanksgiving Break Activities for PreK-2nd Grade

Adrianna DaviesNews

DPS is excited to offer Thanksgiving Break activities for our students in PreK through 2nd grade! These are designed to help students continue to learn over the holiday break. Pre-K Activities Kindergarten Activities 1st-2nd Grade Activities If you have trouble accessing the links for the 1st and 2nd grade students, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday videos can be found …

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COVID-Relief Spending Report: October 2023

Alexandra KincaidNews

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 during the pandemic, and to help students catch up academically after a period …

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Dayton Public School District Restarts Student Senate

Adrianna DaviesNews

The Dayton Public School District has restarted the Student Senate, a group of student representatives from each high school who will meet once a month throughout the 2023-2024 school year. Tommy Nichols, a 12th grade student at Meadowdale CTC will serve as President, and Aneya Ward, a 12th grade student at Thurgood Marshall STEAM High school, will serve as Vice …

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Dayton Public School District to begin Search for Next Superintendent

Adrianna DaviesNews

The Dayton Public School District is excited to announce a series of community meetings to engage parents, students, staff, and the broader community in the search for the next superintendent.  This effort seeks to gather valuable input on the qualities and attributes the community wishes to see in the district’s next leader. Alma Advisory Group will be leading the superintendent …

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OHSAA Track and Field State Tournament Moving to Dayton for 2024

Adrianna DaviesNews

Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium to undergo complete replacement of track beginning in May  COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association has announced that the 2024 track and field state tournament will be hosted at Welcome Stadium in Dayton. The track at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium at The Ohio State University will be removed in May and replaced with a …

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Athletic Event Information – 10/12/2023

Alexandra KincaidNews

In an effort to increase safety at all DPS athletic events, the following changes will be implemented beginning Thursday, October 12th. Please review the changes with your student and contact Jenee Tolliver in the Athletics Department at 937-542-4070 or email jtolliver@daytonpublic.com with any questions. All students (including those outside of the district) must have their student ID to enter any …

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COVID-Relief Spending Update: September 2023

Alexandra KincaidNews

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 during the pandemic, and to help students catch up academically after a period …

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Statement from Dr. David Lawrence – 09/15/2023

Adrianna DaviesNews

Dayton Public Schools has received several questions concerning the incident that occurred on August 21st at Rosa Parks Early Learning Center. The District would like to issue additional information regarding the incident. Immediately upon viewing the video, the Department of Human Resources and Department of Safety & Security were contacted to open an investigation. On the day of the incident, …

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Statement from Dr. David Lawrence – 09/13/2023

Alexandra KincaidNews

In light of the recent incident at Rosa Parks Early Learning Center, the District is taking additional measures to ensure all 2,300 employees are properly trained and qualified for their positions in an effort to prevent such incidents from occurring in the future. Fitness for duty will be measured in terms of job qualification, training, and social-emotional health and well-being.  …

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COVID-Relief Spending Update: August 2023

Alexandra KincaidNews

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 during the pandemic, and to help students catch up academically after a period …