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Meadowdale students prepare to be teachers through real-world career experiences

Alexandra Kincaid Meadowdale High School News, News

As a line of eager second grade students begins to form in the library, two juniors in Meadowdale CTC’s Urban Teacher Academy are prepared to check in their books and help students pick out something new to read.  Although they have only helped in the library a few times, the two students take control of the check-in process while another …

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COVID-Relief Spending Update: March 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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Public Forum – Proposed community welcome center & transitional program for non-English speaking newcomers

Alexandra Kincaid News

TRANSLATIONS: ARABIC | SPANISH | KINYARWANDA | FRENCH | SWAHILI Dayton Public Schools families are invited to attend a public forum about a proposed community welcome center & transitional program for newly arrived non-English speaking students.  The welcome center and newcomer program would both be housed in the Residence Park Building (formerly World of Wonder) and would serve students in …

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Information about Chromebook distribution

Alexandra Kincaid News

The district is finalizing the last phase of Chromebook distribution from the Emergency Connectivity Funds. Those who had a demonstrated need for a Chromebook have been identified and Chromebooks have been delivered. Please be advised that the Chromebooks that are being distributed by buildings at this time are for students with demonstrated need, while supplies last. This includes replacing broken …

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Seven Dayton Public Schools seniors awarded $1,000 scholarships

Alexandra Kincaid News

One graduating senior from each DPS high school received a $1,000 Franklin B. Walter Scholarship provided by the Montgomery County Educational Service Center (MCESC) last week. The Franklin B. Walter Scholarship is named in honor of the longtime State Superintendent who served between 1977 and 1991. Students across the county were nominated for the honor by their school districts. Nomination …

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2022 District Science Fair winners

Alexandra Kincaid News

Congratulations to the 2022 Science Fair winners! Division VI winners will go on to compete in the regional qualifier competition in April. PreK-3rd grade compete as a class. Teacher names are listed for Preschool, Division I and II. Division Place Names Project Title School Preschool 1st Cathy Mitchell / Kelsey Penquite Fun Friction Charity Adams 2nd Kristina Stieger Battle of …

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Enroll in the Dayton Public Schools Today!

Alexandra Kincaid News

Translations: Arabic | Kinyarwanda | Russian | Swahili | Tigrinya | Turkish | Dari | Pashto   Translations: Arabic | Kinyarwanda | Russian | Swahili | Tigrinya | Turkish| Dari | Pashto Translations: Arabic | Kinyarwanda | Russian | Swahili | Tigrinya | Turkish| Dari | Pashto  The text of each postcard is available below.  ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Choose high-quality academics. …

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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

Alexandra Kincaid 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 …