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Top 10 Reasons to Enroll in College Credit Plus

Alexandra Kincaid News

DPS high school students have the opportunity to enroll in College Credit Plus courses. These courses prepare students for college and career, and provide many additional benefits. Here are the top 10 reasons to enroll in College Credit Plus today! CCP courses jumpstart a student’s college education  College Credit Plus allows students to earn college and high school credits simultaneously. …

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Updated Mask Guidelines — March 23, 2022

Benjamin Riegger News

The CDC and Public Health Department have confirmed that COVID cases are at an all-time low and that it is safe to alter various COVID protocols that have been in place for the past several months. The Dayton Public Schools has been closely monitoring cases both within the school setting and within the DPS zip codes that our schools serve. …

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COVID-Relief Spending Update: February 2022

Alexandra Kincaid News

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 height of the pandemic, and to help students catch up academically …

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Graduation: Caps & Gowns

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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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ELA materials on display for parents, community members to review

Alexandra Kincaid News

English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum materials are now on display in the lobby of the Administration Building (136 S. Ludlow St.). The district is considering 3 publishers for K-6 and 3 publishers for 7-12 and would like feedback from parents and community members on these materials. The display will be up through Wednesday, March 30th. Please stop by, review the …

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Technology & internet connectivity survey for parents/guardians

Alexandra Kincaid News

Dayton Public Schools has received federal funding for technology and internet services for students through the Emergency Connectivity Fund. In order to ensure the district has correct household information, please complete the form linked below and return it to your student’s school. If you already completed this survey, you do not need to complete it again. If you need to …

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16 Dayton Public Schools students receive College Promise Scholarships

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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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DPS buildings reopening to parents, volunteers

Alexandra Kincaid News

The Dayton Public Schools will be reopening buildings to parents/guardians beginning March 1st.  At this time, everyone is still expected to wear a mask. On March 15th, approved volunteers will be permitted to begin volunteering in buildings.  Please be reminded that all volunteers must be approved through the Outreach Office. Please contact Angela Worley at aworley@daytonpublic.com to begin the approval …

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Black History Month-End Review

Benjamin Riegger News

Thank you for celebrating Black History Month with us! All month long, we have posted about important historical figures and what our schools have done to celebrate and learn more about this important month. Here are the important people we celebrated on social media: Amanda Gorman Langston Hughes Jackie Robinson Rosa Parks Chadwick Boseman Kamala Harris Maya Angelou George Washington …