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Congratulation to the LES Students/Stars of the Month
The Dayton Band Boosters Craft and Vendor Show
DMS/DHS Students of the Month

Dayton High School would like to congratulate our November Students of the Month. We also want to recognize our Artist/Athlete of the Month. These students will be recognized at our next Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, November 28th at 6:00. Congratulations Greendevils!

November

Kaydence Mullins - 7th Grade...
Lucas Hundemer - 8th Grade
Joseph Watson - 9th Grade
Jordynn Straub - 10th Grade
Jasmine Wardia - 11th Grade
Abby Coleman - 12th Grade
Rachel Holaday – Artist of the Month
Elizabeth Lukens - Athlete of the Month

Family Fun Night of Enchantment

Mark your calendars for Thursday, November 15 from 6 - 8 PM for Family Fun Night of Enchantment.  There will be 13 stations where you can enjoy crafts and games based on popular books such as Harry Potter, Ready Player One, Jumanji, The Princess Bride, Eragon, Lord of the Rings, and The Chronicles of Naria.  Each station has a task and every task completed will earn you a FREE door prize ticket...

Parent Survey

If you haven't yet had the opportunity, please take a minute and take the Parent Survey.

 

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WYCHY6X

 

 

Parent Survey/Feedback - Fall 2018

“Our Mission Statement is to Inspire, Engage, and Grow each of our Students. We need your feedback to help us Grow! Please click on the link and complete the Parent Survey so we can continue to improve Dayton Schools.”

Please complete the survey at the link provided below:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WYCHY6X

Infinite Campus - Meet your new Apps

Subject: Delay...Campus Student and Campus Parent Apps

Thank you for your interest in the new Campus Student and Campus Parent apps for iOS and Android. The new apps will not be available today (Monday, September 17) as planned. We regret this delay and apologize if you are fielding inquiries from parents and students who desire the apps.

Two issues were identified this weekend that would have caused your parents and students to have a poor experience if they came across them. Both issues have been addressed and new versions of the apps are in the release process..

When will the new apps be available?

We expect the new apps to be available in the app stores later this week. Both the Apple App Store and Google Play have release processes outside our control. As soon as the stores complete their release processes, the new apps will appear for download by your students and parents. At that time, we will email you and make an announcement on Campus Community.

- Infinite Campus Product Manager

Releasing September 17, 2018

Parents and students,

We are excited to inform you Infinite Campus has two new and improved mobile apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you are using the old Infinite Campus app, please download the new app. The old app will no longer be supported.

Click Read More to see download links

Open House & Fall Festival Thursday, Sept 6th, 5:30-7:30
Parents, guardians and students in grades 7-12, please join us on Thursday, September 6th, for our open house and fall festival from 5:30-7:30. Enter through the cafeteria for light snacks, refreshments and a welcome from Mr. Kellinghaus between 5:30 and 6:00.  Visit teachers in classrooms and discover clubs, sports and extracurricular opportunities for students at booths throughout the hallways of our school between 6:00 and 7:30! We'll have a drawing for Chic-fil-a gift cards for students who visit all seven of their teachers with their parent/guardian!
Device session for high school students and parents on Aug 23rd at 6:00... Sign up today!

Attention all high school students and parents! If you have not attended one of the previous eight device pickup and info sessions, we are offering one more August session after school on Thursday, 8/23, at 6:00pm. The student/parent session will allow students to use their school issued MacBook at home. Click on this link to sign up today: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090c44afa92ca7fa7-dayton...

HealthPoint Family Care, Hours of Operation

The School-Based Health Center days have changed this year. During the 2018-2019 school year, the School-Based Health Center will be open Monday and Thursday 7:30am - 4:00pm.

The School-Based Dental Center will be on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 8:00am - 3:30pm.  Please note that this service will roate to other districts every two months.  Please call 859-655-6104 for availability.

 

Dayton Independent - HealthPoint Family Care flyer

2018-2019 student handbook and cell phones

Dear parents and students,

Our approved 2018-2019 Student Handbook is posted on our Dayton High School website under “Students” or you can click this link. Please note that our student handbook includes revised expectations regarding cell phones and I have summarized changes here...

Student MacBook, pickup dates

All 2018/2019 Dayton High School students can receive a new MacBook laptop to use at school and at home!  Follow these two steps to receive your MacBook...

1. Register for one of the training sessions at this Signupgenius link.  Students MUST attend with a parent/guardian.  Sign up today.  Some sessions have limited seating so sign up today. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090c44afa92ca7fa7-dayton 

2. Sign the responsible use agreement and pay the technology fee during your training session when you pick up your MacBook. The technology fee will be set during the July 25th board of education meeting and is not expected to exceed $25 per student.

Available Sessions:

     July 31st… 6:00pm (special session – receive $5 toward your technology fee!)

     August 1st… 11:00am, 2:00pm or 4:00pm

     August 7th… 10:00am, 1:00pm, 4:00pm or 6:00pm

 

What's special about the July 31st session?  The first session on July 31st will include a social media safety presentation. Students and parents will learn which apps are safe, which ones are not and how to stay safe online. Students in attendance at the first session will earn a voucher from Mrs. Chan for $5 off their technology fee!  Register today.  The first session will be limited to the first 45 students.

Hep A and Meningococcal Letters

New Kentucky requirements for Elementary School students - please download the Letter Here

New Kentucky requirements for middle school students - please download the Letter Here

Regulation requirements for High School students - please download the Letter Here

Student Issued Laptops, Grades 9 thru 12

Parents and Guardians,

Our district will be starting a Digital Conversion initiative, in the 2018-2019 school year, by issuing each student in grades 9 through 12 an Apple MacBook Air computer that they will be able to take home each night.  We see the need to better prepare our students for the 21st century and provide them the necessary tools to be successful. Students may have far less to carry back and forth to and from school each day. Perhaps more importantly, having technology available to each student in each classroom where learning is taking place will enable us to more effectively utilize it as a real-time instructional tool, providing students with the most up-to-date information and learning opportunities that would not be available otherwise.

Please take a moment complete this survey:

https://bit.ly/2JTpoGF

 

Summer Food Program

Dayton Independent Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided, at a first come, first serve basis, at the sites and times as follows:

Dayton High School: June 4 – August 2

Breakfast 8:00 – 8:45 Monday – Friday; Lunch 11:15-12:15 Monday – Friday

Lincoln Elementary School: June 4 – August 2

Breakfast 8:45- 9:30 Monday – Friday; Lunch 11:45-12:45 Monday - Friday

Summer Learning Program

Dayton High School's Summer Learning Program is titled the "Globetrotter's Club".  Students in upcoming grades 7th - 11th were invited by special invitation during the last week of school (spaces are limited). The Globetrotter's Club is a free program that will run from June 11 through July 6, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. until 11:15 a.m.  During this summer's learning opportunity students will be immersed into a new cultural experience through exciting activities and field trips.  There will also be three interactive presentations called the Global Classroom, which are provided by the World Affairs Council (WAC) of Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.  The WAC will bring native experts from three different world regions to discuss life in their countries and to complete crafts native to the area the speaker is from.  Then students will have the amazing opportunity to compete for one of the top three prizes by presenting their culminating activity to judges from the WAC, which provides an authentic audience for Dayton's students. 

Graduating Class of 2018

We would like to congratulate the Class of 2018 for their hard work and determination.

 

Congratulations Class of 2018

Dayton High School Class of 2018 - 18 photo Dayton High School Class of 2018 - Group photo

We want to congratulate our students and staff on a wonderful 128th Commencement Program last night at Davis Field.

The achievements of this group are impressive! Here are just a few of the accomplishments this class has achieved since arriving at DHS:

* 9 Conference Athletic Team Titles
* ACT average of 20.3 (State average 19.3)
* Progressed District from a state ranking of 171/173 to 70/173
*From a Needs Improvement to a Proficient to a Distinguished Middle School
*From a Needs Improvement to a Proficient to a Distinguished High School
*From a Needs Improvement to a Proficient to a Distinguished District
*The earning of Gateway College Dual Credit has become the standard many students are striving towards.
*Paying it forward by being One to One Reading Coaches for Lincoln Elementary Students.
*Record number of students enrolled in Drug Free Clubs of America (nearly 50% of school)
*DHS being recognized as a Bronze Medal U.S. News and World Report High School (Top 30% in Nation)

We greatly appreciate our Seniors living out our mission to be Inspired, to be Engaged, and to be willing to always Grow!

We wish you the very best along life's journey! And as the Dayton High School Alma Mater says:

After we leave your halls,
Pass from your sheltering walls,
Still, while the warm world calls,
We'll think of you.

Keep Growing!

Cross Country Sign-ups

Cross Country sign-ups - see Coach Clifton for questions. For sign-up forms:

Lincoln Elementary Form: Click Here

Dayton MS/HS Form:  Click Here

School Closure - April 13, 2018

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed on Friday, April 13, 2018 due to a lack of sufficient substitute teachers.

Stay Engaged.

10th Annual Fine Arts Festival

Dayton High School will host the 10th Annual Fine Arts Festival on Thursday, April 12th from 5:30 - 7:30.  There will be Student Art Gallery and Sale, Band Concert and Color Guard, Drama Skits, Poetry, and Guitar.  You will be able to make and take art activities.  We will also provide a free dinner with proceeds going to St. Bernard's Food Pantry.  We hope to see you there!

Teachers Holding Walk-In before School, Friday March 30th

Show your love for your public school! This Friday, March 30th, Dayton Independent Schools teachers will be holding a walk-in before school to rally support for public education in Kentucky.

What is a walk-in? A walk-in is a peaceful gathering where people can express their ideas and concerns to their community. A walk-in allows teachers and staff to show support for public education without interrupting your students’ instruction.

Current budget proposals in the Kentucky legislature could have serious negative effects on YOUR school and YOUR students. Programs and staff will likely be cut if these proposals go through.

We are asking parents, students, and community members to join us if they would like to express their support for public education. We will meet outside both Lincoln Elementary and Dayton High School this Friday morning at 7:20am. We hope to line Greendevil Lane all the way from Lincoln to Dayton High School. Please wear RED to show support for public education, and you are welcome to bring a simple poster or sign (I love my public school, Honk if you support public ed, etc.). Please consider joining us and standing in solidarity as we fight for our schools and our students!

You can also voice your concerns to your legislators by calling the legislative message line at 800-372-7181.

NKCES and Northern Ky Superintendents, Op-Ed

The included Op-Ed was written collaboratively, and printed in Sunday’s Enquirer, by the 17 Northern Kentucky School Superintendents and the Executive Director of NKCES to support our great public schools in Kentucky.

 

NKCES OpEd Article - Graphic

Author Kristen Simmons visits Dayton HS

Special guest Ms. Kristen Simmons spoke to Dayton Middle/High School Students about her path to becoming an author. After, she did a book signing for those that purchased a book.

Author Kristen Simmons with Students

Author Kristen Simmons speaks to students

8th Grade Rapping PI - 2018

Dayton Middle School students rapping about PI on PI Day - Happy PI Day! 

Family Fun Night, Amazing Race

Family Fun Night, Amazing Race Flyer

RSVP Form with link

"What's So Cool About Manufacturing?"

Dayton Middle School GoPro Club

Dayton MS Go Pro Club PosterThe Dayton Middle School GoPro Club students spent a day with our business partner Armor.  Armor manufactures ink ribbon technology - the kind used to print expiration dates on food packaging like chip bags. Our students and Mrs. Boyers visited Armor, shot video and interviewed employees before editing the video for Dream it Do it.  Please take the time to vote on their video at the link below.  You can vote once a day.
 

Voting is March 5-7th please Click Read More below

"What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?"
Video Contest Awards Celebration

Thursday March 8, 2018, 6:00PM – 7:30PM
Northern Kentucky University Votruba Student Union Ballroom

Please join us as fifteen Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati Middle school teams and their Advanced Manufacturing partners will be recognized for their outstanding work creating profile videos answering the question, “What’s So Cool About Manufacturing?”  

WLWT Channel 5 News Anchor Courtis Fuller will serve as the Master of Ceremony. Light refreshments will be provided and parking is free in the Kenton Garage on Kenton Drive.

Office 365 Email Migration

Teachers, Staff, Administrators, and Students:

The email migration is finishing up with the OneDrive content.  Email service has been restored.  Please follow the Post Migration steps in the directions website 

Click Here for Progress and directionshttp://www.dayton.kyschools.us/Content2/324

Meet Author Kristen Simmons

Author visit - Kristen Simmons photoStudents may purchase her book(s) at a discounted price and then have her sign them in the school library after her presentation.  All books must be preordered so that we can get them in before her visit.  Order forms and payment are due to Ms. Boyers, the school librarian, by Friday, Feb. 23.  There will be no extra books for sale the day of the event.  All books MUST be preordered.  [click here for order form]

Make-Up Days

Good afternoon! This message is to inform you that Dayton Independent Schools will be in school this Friday Feb. 16th and Monday Feb. 19th. These are two of the makeup days that we will be using this year. School will also now be in session on March 16th as well.

Thank you and have a great day.

Ron Kinmon, Director of Student Services
Dayton Independent Schools.

Schools - Closed today February 7th

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed today, Wednesday, February 7, due to icy conditions.

Yearbooks, Now on Sale

The 2017-2018 yearbooks are now on sale!  The starting cost is $45 for each yearbook.  There are extras that you can order that will increase the cost, such as having your name printed on it.  Sales will end on April 27, 2018.

 

Click here to purchase your yearbook:   https://yearbookforever.com/#

 

Yearbook Flyer - Click Here

Dayton Independent Schools, closed today

Due to inclement weather, Dayton Independent Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.  Be safe and stay warm.

Schools Closed Today, January 8th

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed today due to icy roads and hazardous sidewalks.

Party in the Park, Postponed

Hello everyone!

Due to many reasons we have decided to postpone our party in the park on October 21st and combine with the city in efforts to reach more community members for another Winter Concert. The date and location are still TBD, but it will fall on a weekend between Thanksgiving and Christmas. We will keep everyone updated as soon as we decide on the details!

Thank you for your understanding and continual support!

Go Band!

Burning of the Tiger

We will have our annual Burning of the Tiger on Thursday, October 12th about 8:00pm - 8:15pm.  Please come out and support our Greendevils as we host Bellevue High School this Friday night - Battle for the Paddle (also Senior Night).  Go Devils!

FAFSA Workshop with KHEAA

Seniors get one-on-one assistance completing a FAFSA with Bob McDermott from KHEAA from 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM in the HS Library.

CERT testing begins on Monday, Oct 2nd

Dayton Middle/High School will have CERT Testing beginning on Monday, October 2nd.  Our middle school will test out of their content related classes Monday - Wednesday.  All High School testing will take place on Tuesday, October 3rd.  CERT testing influences students' class schedules.  Please encourage your child to get a good night of sleep, eat a breakfast, be on time for school, and to give their very best effort on CERT Testing. 

Dayton Band Concert

UPDATE!

Hello everyone!

Due to many reasons we have decided to postpone our party in the park on October 21st and combine with the city in efforts to reach more community members for another Winter Concert. The date and location are still TBD, but it will fall on a weekend between Thanksgiving and Christmas. We will keep everyone updated as soon as we decide on the details!

Thank you for your understanding and continual support!

 

Go Band!

Dayton High School Band Concert - Saturday Sept. 30

Student Led Conferences

Parents, Guardians and Students, please join us for Student Led Conferences on Wednesday, September 20th! 

Paying for College 101

Thursday, September 7th, from 6:00-7:00PM in the HS Library

This informational meeting is for Juniors, Seniors AND their Parents.   Please join us as we welcome Bob McDermott from Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) as he presents us with valuable information about Financial Aid Options for college tuition.

Important Notice Regarding Solar Eclipse and Extended School Day...Dismissal at 3:50 PM on Monday, August 21

As many of you know, next Monday, August 21, we will experience a near total solar eclipse from approximately 1:00-4:00 pm. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon completely covers the sun. While we are not located in the area for a total eclipse, we will still be able to view 93% of totality.
This will be an extraordinary educational opportunity for our students as the last solar eclipse occurred in the USA in 1918. I know many of our schools have already planned special activities or lessons for this day to accompany the event. While the event is extremely exciting for our students, we must also acknowledge the importance of proper eye safety. Our district has purchased NASA-approved, ISO-certified viewing glasses for all students and staff members to help us navigate this day safely. Like any other day, looking directly into the sun without proper protection can damage eye tissue; this becomes much more of a risk when looking at the sky to see an eclipse. Normally, our bodies instinctively protect us from harm via reflexive squinting/blinking and constriction of our pupils in response to the brightness of the sun. During an eclipse, however, the shadow created makes it dark enough to fool our body's natural defense mechanisms, and partial but permanent eye damage may occur without proper eyewear for viewing the eclipse. The risk of eye damage is present for the entire eclipse....

Readifest

The Dayton Family Resource Center and Youth Services Center are hosting a district wide Readifest at Lincoln on August 9th from 1-3 p.m. Community agencies will be in attendance providing information on their resources. Students will receive school supplies, clothing, haircut coupons, and schedules (grades 8-12).

7th grade parent and student orientation night on August 8th

6:00 - 7:00pm

School Supply List

Dayton High School Supply Lists (combined)

Download HERE the 2017-18 school supply list.

Mr. Hunt's 2017-18 School Supply List

Mrs. Andreadis 2017-18 School Supply List

Class of 2017 Graduation

Congratuations to the Class of 2017!

Graduation May 26, 2017

Dayton Drama Club presents - Little Mermaid, Jr

Night One

 

Night Two

Summer Learning Program

Dayton Middle School and Dayton High School will be offering a Summer Learning Program (SLP) again this year and we have paired up with the DASH program for even more summer fun! Students are invited to join us for programs in Writing, Reading, and Math, followed by a variety of field trips to use what we have learned. Trips include Electrofishing at Thomas More Biology Center, Wright Patterson Air Force Museum, and Center of Science and Industry (COSI) in addition to 5 more trips through the DASH program. The program will run for six weeks beginning the week of June 12, 2017 and ending on July 28, 2017.   Note:  The program will be closed on July 4 and the week of July 17- 21   The daily times are 10:00a – 12:30p Monday – Friday. Daily schedule:  Reading 45 minutes, Writing 45 minutes, Math 45 minutes. Breakfast is available from 9:00a – 10:00a daily and lunch is available between 12:00p - 1:00p daily. 

*Please refer to the flyers for D.A.S.H dates and times.

You can register for the Summer Learning Program and the DASH program here

Seniors Walk Lincoln Elementary Halls

The Dayton High School Senior Class of 2017 walks to Lincoln Elementary School to showcase their accomplishments; showing Lincoln Elementary students that they can do it too.  Lincoln Elementary School students holds signs up for the Class of 2017 as they pass through the halls.

Class of 2017 walk to Lincoln Class of 2017 walking to Lincoln, passing 6th grade
Seniors walking the halls of Lincoln Elementary Students holding signs for Class or 2017

 

Senior Award Night

CORRECTION: Dinner is only for the graduates and two of their guests.  Everyone is welcome to attend the awards program.

Dayton High School will host our Senior Night awards program on Tuesday, May 23rd.  A dinner will be served at 6:00p in the cafeteria for the graduates and two of their guests.  We will move to the gymnasium for the awards program at 7:00p.  We look forward to celebrating our seniors for their academic achievements with family and friends. 

For dinner, RSVP deadline was May 10th. Please contact Mrs. Embry  ( rian.embry@dayton.kyschools.us ) with any questions or concerns.

Academic Awards

Dayton Middle/High School will host our academic awards program for underclassmen on Friday, May 19th.  The high school awards program for grades 9-11 will begin at approximately 8:20 a.m. in the gymnasium.  Our middle school awards program will follow and begin at approximately 9:30 in the gymnasium.  Any student receiving an award will be notified on Wednesday, May 17th, so parents will be made aware.  You will need to check with your son/daughter to see if they are receiving an award.  Please arrive and enter through the cafeteria doors if you plan on attending the academic awards program.  You will not need to check in at the main office.  We look forward to celebrating our students academic achievements with family and friends. 

Dayton Talent Show

The Dayton Talent Show will be streamed to YouTube Live! 7:00pm

 

Dayton Talent Show

Dayton HS sponsored Blood Drive

Dayton HS Sponsors Hoxworth Blood Drive - Flyer

The National Honor Society and Educators Rising would like to invite our community to participate with us to save lives through blood donation!  The students have requested that the May 3rd blood drive have extended hours in order to allow members of our community to also participate from 3pm-5:30pm.  Appointments are available!

The Little Mermaid

Join us for The Little Mermaid on April 21st and 22nd at Lincoln Elementary!

Little Mermaid Jr Flyer - April 21st and April 22nd at Lincoln Elementary

Glow Up the Night - Middle School Dance

Glow Up the Night - Middle School Dance Poster - Friday April 14, 2017

Dayton High/Middle School Spring Fling

Spring Fling

Spring Fling!

Join us for an informative evening highlighting all of the great programs that DHS/DMS has to offer. You will also have the opportunity to meet and greet with DHS/DMS faculty and staff.
 

Student/Athlete of the Month!

Dayton Middle/High School would like to congratulate our Students of the Month for March.  We also want to recognize our Artist as well as Athlete of the Month.  Each student will be recognized at our Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, March 22nd at 6:00.  Congratulations Greendevils!

ACT on March 21st! ACT
On Tuesday, March 21, 2017, your junior son or daughter will be taking the ACT (American College Test) at Dayton High School. The Kentucky Department of Education is providing this opportunity free of cost for all 11th grade students throughout the Commonwealth. The scores on the ACT exam will count as the official and required pre-admission testing for most colleges and universities.
This testing day is very important and below are a few tips that will help your student perform to his/her fullest potential:
• Make sure they get plenty of sleep (think 8-9 hours) the night before the ACT, as well as the week leading up to the test
• Eat a good breakfast the morning of the test. Avoid sugar, which can cause a brief energy rush but then send you crashing. Make sure to hydrate with a few glasses of water.
• Make sure they get an early start to the day to get their blood flowing and their brain functioning.
Testing will begin at approximately 8:15 a.m. Your student should arrive early if they would like to have breakfast at school before the test begins and any student arriving after the test begins, will not be allowed to participate.
**All JV Baseball games are cancelled.
Student/Athlete of the Month!

Dayton Middle/High School would like to recognize our Students of the Month for February.  We also want to recognize our Artist/Athlete of the Month. 

Washington DC Trip - Cancelled

It saddens me to announce that with the first payment deadline just a few short days away, the 8th/9th grade Washington DC trip does not look  like its going to happen.  As of today I only have five people who have made any payment and the travel company is in dire need of payments in order to reserve accommodations.  So unfortunately, I am making the difficult decision to cancel the Washington DC trip for the 2016-2017 school year.  Any person who has made payments towards the trip will be receiving a refund check within the next week.

Thank You for Your Understanding,

Mrs. Beth Fields-Hunt

Student/Athlete of the Month!

Dayton Middle/High School would like to congratulate the students listed below for being named our Student of the Month for January.  We would also like to recognize our Artist/Athlete of the Month as well.  Each student will be recognized at our Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, January 25th at 6:00pm.  Congratulations Greendevils!

Parent/Student Mobile App

Having troubles with the Infinite Campus Mobile App?

Infinite Campus Mobile App - error

Try these steps:

  1. Log out
  2. Select Change District
  3. Put in the exact same District ID VVWSSH
  4. Log back in with the same username and password
Infinite Campus, Back Online

Teachers, Students, Parents, Guardians, and Administrators:

Infinite Campus portals are now back online.  The new web addresses have been updated on our site. Parents and Students for quick reference, the Parent/Student portal is as follows:  https://kyede3.infinitecampus.org/campus/portal/dayton.jsp  Please update your favorites with this new web address.

Student/Athlete of the Month!

Dayton Middle/High School would like to congratulate our December Students of the Month.  We also want to recognize our Artist and Athlete of the Month as well.  Each student will be recognized at our Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, December 21st at 6:00.  Congratulations Greendevils!

Infinite Campus Outage - Dec. 23 - 29th
Parents, Guardians, and Students:

This is a reminder about our Infinite Campus outage over the break:

Over winter break, Infinite Campus will not available from December 23, 2016 starting at 4:00pm through December 29, 2016 ending at 5:00pm. This includes both the App and the Parent/Student Portals. During this period, Infinite Campus will be migrating our Student Information System to new servers. The only changes will be a different web address (URL) and District ID – for the mobile app. The current District ID for the mobile app will continue to work. The new District ID will be published into the Parent and Student Portal on December 30, 2016 for easy access. The new web address will be updated on our web site after this migration is completed. Your username and password will continue to work after the migration is completed.

Also, the security settings have recently changed for the Forgot My Password and Forgot My Username. Photos are no longer required to recover your username or password.
Infinite Campus down - Dec. 23rd to Dec. 29th

Parents, Guardians, and Students

Over winter break, Infinite Campus will not available from December 23, 2016 through December 29, 2016.  During this period, Infinite Campus will be migrating our Student Information System to new servers. The only changes will be a different web address (URL) and District ID – for the mobile app.  The current District ID for the mobile app will continue to work.  The new District ID will be published into the Parent and Student Portal after December 29, 2016 for easy access.  The new web address will be updated on our web site after this migration is completed.

Your username and password will continue to work after the migration is completed.

Also, the security settings have recently changed for the Forgot My Password and Forgot My Username. Photos are no longer required to recover your username or password.

Student/Athlete of the Month!

Dayton Middle/High School would like to congratulate our Students of the Month for November.  We also would like to recognize our Artist and Athlete of the
Month as well.  These students will be recognized at our Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, November 16th at 6:00.  Congratulations Greendevils!
 

DHS/DMS project update!

We wanted to provide everyone with an update on the Dayton High School Construction Project that is getting ready to start a 1.6 million dollar building project. There have been several questions asked about the status of the project and when it will be completed. The Board of Education accepted the bid for the project from Leo Brielmaier Co. on October 13th. We met with their company and several of their sub-contractors last Thursday to discuss timelines and other details of the project. We are excited to say that they will start construction around Nov. 14th and are expected to complete the project by July 1st , 2017.

We want to remind everyone that funding for this project comes from state building funds that can only be used for building improvements. In 2013 we used this same pool of money to make 1.3 million to Lincoln Elementary School where we added a secure entrance, new floors, new restrooms, new Smartboard technology, new gym floor, and much more....

Click Read More below to get full article.

Front view of High School - image Side view of High School - Image

aerial view of plan - image aerial view of plan - image

Senior Haunted House

Senior Hanted House Flyer - Click More for more information

Student/Athlete of the Month!

Dayton Middle/High School would like to recognize our Students of the Month for October.  We also want to recognize our Artist/Athlete of the Month as well.  Each student will be recognized at our next Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, October 26th at 6:00.  Congratulations Greendevils!

Newsletter

The Dayton High School Yearbook has finalized and published the newsletter for this month. You can find it at the following link:

http://www.dayton.kyschools.us/1/News/Letters

2nd Annual Halloween Literacy Night

This year we are having our Second Halloween Literacy Night on October 27, 2016 from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. We will be hosting a live Murder Mystery Dinner themed off of iconic literature inside of the DHS library.

FAFSA Workshop

Attention Seniors and your Parents!  This Thursday is our annual FAFSA Workshop at DHS.  Bob McDermott, our FAFSA representative, will be here to assist you in completing your FAFSA application.

Dayton MS and HS Rated Distinguished

Dayton Middle and High School were rated distinguished.  Visit our Celebration page at: http://www.dayton.kyschools.us/Content/274

There, you will connect with our Youtube Live feed of the Celebration.

Special Election: Minority Representation on SBDM

Public Notice:

Nominations are being accepted for a special minority parent member election. Nominations must be submitted to the school’s main office no later than Wednesday, October 26th, at 3:00 pm. A nomination form and parent letter is available on our web site, http://tinyurl.com/jkkqvcr . Nominations for this council seat must meet minority criteria. The special election will take place on Wednesday, November 16th, from 7:30am-4:30pm in the main office. Please contact the school administration with any questions at 292-7486.

Car Wash Fundraiser!

CERT Testing

CERT Testing Monday October 3rd to Wednesday October 5th

 

Paying for College 101

Student of the Month!

We would like to congratulate our Students of the Month for September.  In addition, we want to also recognize our Artist/Athlete of the month.  Congratulations Greendevils!

Dayton Middle and High School Open House

Friday School

Friday school will begin on Friday, September 16th and will run from 3:00 - 5:00.

Yearbook Cover Design Contest

Are you creative? Do you like design? We are looking for you! The Yearbook is asking for your help to design our cover for the 2016-2017 yearbook! 

Yearbook Sales!

The 2016 -2017 Yearbooks are for sale! 

We will also be selling Senior Ads and Business Ads!

Bus Transportation Reminder

A quick reminder that beginning with the 2016-17 School year, Dayton Independent Schools will be a Special Needs only transportation district.  The district will no longer provide bussing services to and from school for any other students.  The district will continue to provide bus services for field trips and athletic events when needed.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call Ron Kinmon at 491-6565.

 

Ron Kinmon

Director of Student Services

West Side Story Activities, Dinner, & a Play

Join Us at Dayton High School, on Friday, July 29th, for a learning experience you are sure to remember!

Activities, Dinner, and a Play

Free Event from 5pm - 10:30pm

Permission Slips are in the front office and due Wednesday, July 27th

Welcome!

We are excited to launch our new web site.  Our new web site is mobile ready - so you can access our web site on any mobile device; phone or tablet.  Our website can be accessed from the SchoolPointe Stay Connected App (free from the app store).

Apple IOS:       

Google Android:   

After installing this Free APP, Go to Settings, Select District, and select Dayton Independent School District. The app will give you quick access to Events and News from the schools and district.

Summer Programs
Dayton Middle & High School are currently hosting a summer learning program Monday through Friday from 10 - 2, June 28 - July 1.  We would like to welcome all students to attend.  We have a field trip  planned for Thursday, June 30th to watch Disney's Broadway play, "The Lion King". 
Dayton High School Principal Selection Survey

Dayton High School and Dayton Middle School are in the process of hiring a new school principal and we are seeking your input. Please click the link to complete the survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/66JXMMB

Congratulations Class of 2016!

Summer Reading Newsletter

Summer Reading Program - The Dayton High School Library is kicking off some summer reading fun on June 6, 2016.

Free Dyslexia Screening

DHS Garden Plant Sale

Available starting now.  Please contact Lisa Klette if you have any questions.

 

Plastic grocery bags FULL of dayliliy seedlings (various colors and sizes) $5 each

Named daylilies $3 to $5 a clump

Iris $1 to $5.  Everything from miniatures to tall bearded

Black eyed Susan's $3. Regular and miniature sized blooms

Cone flowers $3. Magnum (lav. purple)

Strawberry plants $1 each (June bearing)

Chameleon plant $3 grocery bag full

Missouri primrose ( pale pink and white) $2 a bag full

Columbine ( shades of pink and pale purple) $2 

 

University of Kentucky Rising Scholar

Polly Carr has been named Dayton’s “University of Kentucky Rising Scholar!”  

Poetry Month!

This month is National Poetry Month!

To celebrate, The Dayton High School Library will be hosting our Inaugural Poetry Night, Thursday April 28th from 3pm- 4:30pm.

Students of the Month

Dayton Middle/High School would like to congratulate the students below for being named Student of the Month for April.  We also want to recognize our Artist and Athlete of the Month as well.  These students will be recognized at our Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, April 27th at 6:00.  Congratulations Greendevils!

Big Bad Musical

The Dayton Drama Devils proudly presents The Big Bad Musical.

2016 Fine Arts Festival

You're Invited to....

the 2016 Fine Arts Festival!

Varsity and JV girls’ basketball games - Cancelled

Tonight’s Varsity and JV girls’ basketball games vs. Lexington Sayre have been cancelled.  Please remember Dayton Independent will have school on Wednesday, February 17.

Update

This message is from Jay Brewer, Superintendent of Dayton Independent Schools:

As many of you are aware our school district received a threat that concerned our district administrators and city police department enough to decide to close school for today, Tuesday, February 16. The Dayton Police Department has been successful in identifying the source of the threat and has now apprehended a juvenile suspect and has them in custody. Dayton Police Department has also worked with regional police departments to determine that all school buildings are safe and secure for our students and staff at this time.
We want to let everyone know that all evening games for tonight will be played as scheduled and school will resume tomorrow, Wednesday, February 17. Student and staff safety and security will continue to be our first priority.
If you have any questions, please call 859-491-6565

This message is from Jay Brewer, Superintendent of Dayton Independent Schools. 

Our school district has received a threat that has concerned our district administrators and city police department enough to decide to close school for today, Tuesday, February 16. We want to let everyone know that the safety and security of our students and staff is our first priority. The Dayton Police Department was successful in identifying the source of the threat, however the individual has not be apprehended at this time.  Dayton Police Department has worked with regional police departments to determine that all school buildings are safe and secure for our students and staff at this time.  However, at this point we are going close school for today, February 16.

We will continue to work with our local and regional police departments on this event and will communicate additional information as our efforts progress.  Again, Dayton Independent Schools will be closed on Tuesday, February 16 due to a concern for student and staff safety. 

If you have any questions, please call 859-491-6565

 

Students of the Month

Please congratulate our Students of the Month for January!

Juniors CERT Testing

Dayton High School will have CERT testing for all juniors on Tuesday, January 26th.

Schools Closed due to Weather

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed today, January 20, 2016 due to inclement weather. 

All athletic events and the Special Board meeting are cancelled for tonight.

Updated Policy for Valedictorian or Salutatorian

The Dayton High School SBDM council has adopted a new policy in regards to requirements for students to serve as Valedictorian or Salutatorian. 

 
 
Student/Athlete of the Month

Dayton Middle/High School would like to congratulate the following students for being named Student of the Month for December.  We would also like to recognize our Artist/Athlete of the Month.  These students will be recognized at our Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, December 16th at 6:00.  Great job Devils!

Dayton High School Seniors Spend the Afternoon Christmas Shopping

Dayton High School Seniors Spend the Afternoon Christmas Shopping

As part of a community service project, Dayton High School Seniors designed and performed in a Halloween haunted house at the Dayton YMCA Teen Center this past October.  With this event and other fundraising, our 2016 Senior Class raised $1500. Seniors when shopping for those Lincoln Elementary School students that would otherwise go without a Christmas gift this Christmas Season.

 

 

More photos on our Facebook Page:  https://www.facebook.com/DaytonHSKY/

 

 

Dayton High School Seniors Fundraiser

The Class of 2016 is fundraising for their Senior Class Trip to New York City.  Snappy Tomato Pizza in Ft. Thomas will donate 15% of sales to DHS seniors on December 8th!

Gateway Regional Academy and Dual Credit Programs

All Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend:

Academic Awards Assembly

Dayton Middle/High School would like to invite all of our parents and community members to join us for our Academic Awards Assembly.   

November Students of the Month
The following students have been named Student of the Month for November:
Boy's Basketball Spirit Wear Sale

The boys basketball team will be selling spirit wear for the upcoming season through Friday, November 20th. All proceeds will benefit the student/athletes of the program. If interested in buying a shirt, sweatshirt, sweatpants or shorts contact Billy Rogg or Brian Volpenhein through the high school’s main office.

DHS Seniors Snappy Tomato Fundraiser

The Class of 2016 is fundraising for their Senior Class Trip to New York City.  Snappy Tomato Pizza in Ft. Thomas will donate 15% of sales to DHS seniors starting Tuesday, November 10th!

Student/Artist/Athlete of the Month!

Congratulations to the following students who were named Student of the Month for October.  We would also like to congratulate the Artist of the Month and Athlete of the Month.  Each student will be recognized at our next Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, October 28th at 6:00. 

 

7th Grade - Angel Patterson
8th Grade - Lydia Workman
9th Grade - Avery Vance
10th Grade - Mallory Michaels
11th Grade - Erin Blades
12th Grade - Qing Zheng


Artist of the Month - Jacqueline Blades

Athlete of the Month - Priscilla Michaels

Way to GO DMS Volleyball Team!

Congratulations to our Middle School Varsity volleyball team on a GREAT season (15-1) .  The girls were able to cap off a tremendous season by winning the league tournament last night!  Great job Devils!

State High Attendance Day!

Mr. Ron Kinmon, Director of Student Services for Dayton Independent Schools, has a Challenge for all Students:

On Thursday September 24th, it is State High Attendance Day.  Our schools are in competition to have the highest attendance percentage throughout the state.  I am challenging our students and our families to have Perfect Attendance tomorrow and show the state what Greendevil pride is all about.  Please make sure that your children are at school tomorrow!  Go GREENDEVILS!!!

LES Mums Sale Pick-up

We want to thank everyone for supporting the LES mum sale this year!  You can pick-up your mums  on October 2nd in the LES gym from 4-6pm.

Talent Show Auditions

New Grades Notification using Infinite Campus

Dayton Independent Schools has started using Infinite Campus to notify parents of any failing grades their child or children may have.  The notification will be for students in Grades 4 through 12 only. This notification will occur starting on Monday September 21, 2015 and will run on every Monday at 4:00pm.  The notifications will be sent to both your Infinite Campus Parent Portal account and an email address you assigned to your Campus Parent Portal Account. 

Don't have a Campus Parent Portal Account; not a problem.  Look for a letter in the mail that contains information on how to create your own account.

All students have their own Infinite Campus Student Portal Account as their account was created for them. With your Infinite Campus Parent Portal Account, you will have access to your children in both Lincoln Elementary and Dayton High School (if applicable) within a single Portal Site.

Progress Reports

Progress report period for the 1st quarter of the school year ends on Friday, September 11th.  Teachers grades are due by 4:00. 

Progress reports will be distributed at Student Led Conferences on Thursday, September 17th from 5:00 - 8:00. 

LES Mumkins, Mumsters, and Mums Sale

LES is selling Mumkins, Mumsters, and Mums from September 4-18th to help raise money for the student activities.  If you are interested please contact Connie Levy at 859-292-7492.

ACT Testing

Please see attached flyer regarding ACT Testing.

DASH Program

What is D.A.S.H?
Dayton After School Hours is a place where students can come after school to engage in many activities. We offer homework help where students can come to study for a test or to get help on homework.  Teachers stay after school Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 3:15-4:15 to work with students.   The DASH Program also offer enrichment and recreational programs like Archery, Basketball, Robotics, Chess, Cooking and much more. The DASH Program will start on Tuesday, September 8th!! If you are interested in learning more about the DASH program please contact Jami Gordon at 513-658-8933 or email jami.gordon@dayton.kyschools.us

Dual Credit Information

Click here for updated information about Dual Credit classes.

Pick Up Schedules for Classes

Dayton Middle/High School students are encouraged to come by the school and pick up their schedules next Wednesday, August 5th and Thursday, August 6th.  Mrs. Newsome will be available in the cafeteria to pass out schedules and to make corrections or adjustments as needed.
 
Student schedules will be available at the following times:
 
7th, 8th, 9th grades – Wednesday, August 5th, 9:00-11:00 a.m.
 
10th, 11th, 12th grades – Thursday, August 6th, 9:00-11:00 a.m.

Any 7th or 9th grade student who was unable to attend orientation may pick up their schedules as well on Wednesday, August 5th.


If you are unable to pick up your schedule on your grade level's designated day, you may pick up your schedule in the office on Friday, August 7th or Monday, August 10th.  Our counselor will not be available on those days for schedule changes due to scheduled staff meetings.

Chipotle Fundraiser

On Monday, August 3rd from 5pm-9pm, the Dayton High School Library will be hosting a fundraiser at Chipotle in Newport. 50% of your purchase will be donated to the Library to finish updating it. Please bring in the flyer attached or tell the cashier you are there supporting the Dayton Library BEFORE you pay! Thank you for your support!

Local Restaurant supports Chess Program

It's a restaurant cash mob! Support a local business by coming out to dinner at Buona Vita in Dayton, KY on Thursday, July 23, from 5:00pm to closing.

Our good neighbors will be donating a portion of the profits to the Dayton Independent Schools Chess Program.

Make your strategic move by going to Buona Vita and helping us support two great causes!

Davis Field Clean up Day

Volunteers needed!!

When:  July 18, 2015 from  9 am to 1 pm

We will be doing painting and general cleaning at Davis Field. Come out and help Dayton Schools and support our athletic teams!

School Based Health Center, Open Thursday July 16th

The School Basec Health Center (SBHC) will be open from 8:00am to 3:00pm on Thursday, July 16, 2015.  If you know of any student or athlete who is in need of a physical, sports physical, immunization or check-up, please contact Lincoln Elementary and ask for Gina, so we can get them on the schedule.  If you are a coach, please remind your athletes to have the KHSAA physical form filled out before they come.  If they are not already signed up for the SBHC, they will need to have those forms filled out as well.

Free Skechers Shoes

7th Grade Summer Reading Suggestions

Middle School students give their summer reading suggestions in a video to their classmates.

Click this link to go to the Youtube video

Academic Awards Program

This Friday, May 22 nd we will be hosting an academic awards program for Dayton Middle and High School.   The middle school academic awards program will begin at 1:00 in the high school gymnasium.   The high school academic awards program will follow immediately after in the gymnasium at 2:00.   If you plan on attending please enter in the back of the building through the cafeteria doors.   Doors will be open beginning at 12:45.   We encourage all parents and family members to attend this celebration.  Go Devils!

District Wide Professional Development Day

Today, we Engage in a district wide Professional Development. Click HERE to get to the Professional Development site that contains the Matrix, Agenda, and electronic hand-outs.

Next Weeks Events

Monday, May 18 – Exams 1st, 4 th , 7 th

Tuesday, May 19 – PD Day (No Students)

Wednesday, May 20 – Exams 3 rd , 5 th

Thursday, May 21 – Exams 2 nd and 6 th

Friday, May 22 - Senior Field Trip to Kings Island

KPREP Letter to Parents/Guardians

Jeremy Dodd                                                                                       Scott Meyers
Principal                                                                                      Assistant Principal

05-05-2015

To all DMS/DHS parents and guardians:

Next week DMS/DHS students will be participating in the state mandated KPREP (Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress) exams.  Our students have worked hard throughout the year and this is their opportunity to show what they’ve learned. 

As a parent or guardian, you play a major role in our success.  We are asking for your help in preparing our students to do their best.  Below is a list of ways you can help your child ...

May 1 - School Lunch Hero Day

Its a bird..... No its a plane.... No, its Dayton Schools own Jan Crone. Today is SCHOOL LUNCH HERO Day, and we at Dayton Schools think Jan Crone is OUR  SUPER HERO.  One of the  things Jan works very hard at is finding delicious and nutritious  meals , so all of her sidekick lunch ladies can prepare a great meal for the students and staff. Just another GREAT  example of  Go, Grow, and Inspire !!! 

Kids Voting Civic Leadership Award

Congratulations to Dayton High School 10th grader Noelle Brooks for being selected to receive the Kids Voting Civic Leadership Award.

The Awards Ceremony took place on Wednesday, April 29th at the Radisson Riverfront in Covington. 

Her hard work, positive attitude, and commitment to her school, community, and academics is inspiring. 

Congratulations Noelle!

Mrs. Brandenburg Wins Statewide Award

Mrs. Linda Brandenburg is the 2015 recipient of the Wanda Luttrell Office Professional Award.  This award is a statewide recognition and was presented to Mrs. Brandenburg by Rhonda Caldwell, Deputy Director of KASA.  The KASA official public release is below.

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Corrected date below

April Dayton Middle and High School Student of the Month

Congratulations to the following students for being recognized as Student of the Month in April:

Abby Caldwell – 7th Grade
Libby Lukens – 8th Grade
Angelika Watson – 9th Grade
Makala Buchanan – 10th Grade
Harvest Gifford – 11th Grade
Hannah Heist – 12th Grade

These students will be recognized at the Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, April 22nd at 6:00. Congratulations Greendevils!

Progress Reports

Just a reminder that progress report period ends on Wednesday, April 15th.

We will be sending home progress reports through 1st bell classes on Friday, April 17th.

Dress Code and Technology Survey

As the end of the school year approaches and Dayton High School begins preparation for next year, we are looking to make a couple of policy changes that may affect your students.  Before making our final decisions  on this, we would like to get the feedback of parents, students, and other community members.  Please take the short survey using the link below before May 1st to give us your thoughts and opinions on these policies.  Thank you!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5WGH6WK

Dayton Middle School Scheduling Night

Dayton High School invites all 6th and 7th grade students and their parents/guardians on April 21 at 5:30 to learn about scheduling, meet the teachers, and extracurricular activities that are available to Middle School students.

School Based Dental Center - Opens April 8!

Dayton Schools has partnered with Healthpoint to offer Dental Services.

Cast your Vote or Nomination for SBDM

SITE BASED DECISION MAKING COMMITTEE
NOMINATION/VOTING FOR 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR

REQUIREMENT FOR SITTING ON THE COMMITTEE: The nominated person has to be a parent or legal guardian of a student in the middle/high school.

Nominations for the Site Based Decision Making (SBDM) Committee are being held from Monday, April 6, 2015 through Thursday, April 9, 2015. Nominations will cease at 3PM on April 9, 2015.

Nomination forms are available in the middle/high school office. There will be a box in the middle/high school office to place your nominations in.

Voting will be held on April 20, 2015 through April 23, 2015. Voting will cease on April 23, 2015 at 3PM. There will be a box in the middle/high school office to place your votes in.

The Dayton Booster Club will count the votes and inform the middle/high school principal of the top 2 winners within 24 hours of the close of the election.

Class of 1965 Reunion

Class of 1965 Reunion

   May 23          12:30       Lunch at the Buck Head Grill followed by class photo on the steps of the Eight Avenue School - 2:30 pm.

   May 25          10:00     Meet at Sixth and Main Streets to participate in the 86th Bellevue - Dayton Memorial Day Parade.

Remembrance Service to honor deceased class members is being planned.

                Direct questions to    edmyers1946@gmail.com

College Signing Day

Dayton High School will be hosting College Signing Day for our seniors on Friday, March 27th.  The ceremony will begin at 1:45 in the gymnasium.  Our seniors will be recognized in  front of the whole school as they share with us the college they have chosen.  We are very proud of our senior class!  Go Devils!

Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students for being recognized as Student of the Month in March:

Janis Howard – 7th Grade

Jonathan Jimenez – 8th Grade

Nathan Reatherford – 9th Grade

Buddy Lukens – 10th Grade

Katie Tillman – 11th Grade

Tyler Polly – 12th Grade

These students will be recognized at the Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, March 25th at 6:00.  Congratulations Greendevils!

College Signing Day

Attention SENIORS and Parents/Guardians of Seniors.

If your student has met the following requirements, they will be participating in College Signing Day.

This will take place next week on Friday, March 27th.

Please join us for Lunch at 12:30 and the College Signing Day event will begin at 1:30.  You will receive an invitation in the mail.

Did you complete these requirements?
1. You must participate in a Senior Conference with a counselor along with your parent/guardian.
2. You must retake the ACT or Compass your senior year.
3. You must apply to at least three and be accepted to at least one college/university/technical school/military branch.
4. You must take at least once college visit during your senior year.
5. You must complete the FAFSA.

7th Annual Fine Arts Festival

Just a reminder that Dayton High School is having the 7th Annual Fine Arts Festival Thursday, March 19th from 5:30 - 7:30.

Art gallery in the library, Free spaghetti dinner, glee club and Band concert.

Hope you can join us  in supporting our talented students!

DECA

This week seven DHS students participated in the DECA regional and state competitions in Louisville, Kentucky.  These students were tasked with writing a detailed 20-30 page paper, creating a presentation board, and presenting in front of a panel of judges. Danielle Hubbard and Megan Tumler received first in Public Relations Project for their promotion of the charity Project Linus.  Buddy Lukens, Noelle Brooks, and Priscilla Michaels placed first in the Entrepreneurship Written event for their school tutoring company Mega Check. In addition, Mallory Kubala and Elijah Johnson placed first in their event, Community Service Project for their project Clean Captivating Communities.  These students were able to beat out schools from Scott County, Franklin County, and several other schools in DECA's 4th Region.  Thanks to Ms. Hawkins as well who is the Club Sponsor.  Way to go Devils!

Report Cards

All Dayton Middle/High school students will receive their 3rd quarter report cards on Wednesday, March 11th during their first bell classes.

Dayton Schools - Closed

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed today, March 5, 2015 due to inclement weather.

After School Events Cancelled

All after school and evening activities will be cancelled for Dayton Independent Schools for Wednesday evening due to the Winter Storm Warning.  This includes the cancellation of all YMCA 21st Century programs. 

Athletic Events Cancelled for Today

All athletics are cancelled for Thursday, February 19th.

Schools Closed due to Weather

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed tomorrow, February 19, 2015 due to inclement weather. 

Evening Extracurricular Activities - Cancelled

All evening extracurricular activities are cancelled for Wednesday, February 18th.

Schools Closed due to Weather

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed today, February 18, 2015 due to inclement weather. 

Homecoming

Homecoming weekend was a huge success with over 120 students attending “A Dance Worth Melting For”.  We would like to thank Mr. Wes Newsome for organizing this year's Homecoming.  Also, a special thanks go out to the faculty and staff that came out to help supervise the event: Angela Kohrs, Rian Embry, Melissa Hawkins, and JT Lewis.  Of course, a final congratulations to our homecoming court consisting of Tyler Mabley-Bagot, Derek Lyons, Logan Brewer, Pat Wear, Felecia Watts, Sam Scott, Sadie Boles, Mackenzie Watson and of course, the newly crowned king and queen, Matt Grimme and Brittany Fogelman!  Again, thanks to everyone that contributed in making this a homecoming weekend “worth melting for”.

Academic Awards Program

This coming Monday, Nov 24th, Dayton Middle/High School will host its first annual Academic Awards Program. Students who have achieved proficient or distinguished on the EXPLORE, PLAN and/or K-PREP test will be recognized. We encourage all parents to come and join in the celebration. The program will begin at approximately 2:00 and doors will open to the cafeteria beginning at 1:45.

Friday Football

The Friday night football game,10/31/14, will begin at 7:00 pm.  All Fall athletes will be recognized beginning at 7:00 pm.

Student Conferences

 

Dayton High School will be hosting Student Led Conferences for grades 7-12 on Thursday, October 23.  A chili cook-off fundraiser will begin the evening starting at 5:00.  The cost is $5 all you can eat.  Parents and students will be able to meet at scheduled times with teachers between 5:00 – 8:00.  Teachers will handout folders with your child’s work in each class, review test scores, receive 1st quarter report cards, and Dayton Pride shirts will be passed out to students. Also, we will have the annual burning of the Bellevue Tiger between 7:30 – 8:00 in Gil Lynn Park for Friday night’s away football game vs. Bellevue High School.  Thank you!  Have a great day!

DHS/DMS Open House

Dayton High School Open House is this Thursday from 6-8 p.m.
Marco's pizza will be served from 6-6:30 p.m., and then families will have time from 6:30-8:00 p.m. to visit with teachers, staff, and representatives from community agencies such as the Brighton Center and Campbell County Drug Free Alliance.

Sports Physical Clinic

Attention:  Parents of student athletes in grades 6-12 for the 2014-15 school year, Lincoln Elementary School will host a Sports Physical clinic this week—FREE TO THOSE WITH WELLCARE OR COVENTRY.  Private insurance may also be accepted, at the cost of your standard co-payment plan.  In order for your child to be seen in the School Based Heath Center, we must have insurance paperwork completed.  If your child needs that paperwork, please contact the DHS main office at 292- 7486.  The Health Center will offer physicals on June 4, 5, and 6th from 10am to 4pm.  If your child is already enrolled in the Health Center, please contact Miss Gina Byrd to schedule a physical.  Her number is 292-7492, extension 4005.

 

Schools Closed

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed today, Monday March 3, 2014, due to inclement weather.

Middle School Social Studies Gettysburg/DC Trip Fundrasier

Hello all of my fellow Devils,
I am in dire need. I have applied online athttp://www.DonorChoose.org/ for financial help for our Gettysburg/DC trip. We have 11 days to raise $699.65 otherwise we lose the $500.35 that has already been raised. I know that many of you give and give to help our students and if it is not possible for you to give this time around I understand. However, I messed around with some numbers and if 35 people donate $20 towards our trip via DonorsChoose we will meet our goal. So please consider making a donation, ANY amount will be greatly appreciated. Please pass this information along to anyone that you think might be willing to help. To donate, click here: http://tinyurl.com/ksacwx6

Thank you so much, 
Beth Fields – Hunt, Dayton Middle School Social Studies Teacher

Girls Basketball

The Girls Basketball game vs. Calvary Christian, Friday, February 14 has been canceled.

Pancake Dinner Fundraiser

The Drug Free Club will be hosting a pancake dinner fundraiser from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 4th during College & Career Readiness night.  The cost is $5 per person for all the pancakes you can eat. (while supplies last)  Please come and bring your family to support the Drug Free Club.

The Dayton Independent School District will be on an one hour delay, Tuesday January 28, 2014 due to inclement weather.

ACT Bootcamp!

Today Dayton Independent Schools and Bellevue Independent Schools kicked off a collaborative effort to better prepare students for the ACT.   A Bellevue based company, TorchPrep, is leading twenty students from Dayton and twenty students from Bellevue in this thirty hours of ACT preparation.  For more about TorchPrep please visit their website:

http://www.torchprep.com/

College & Career Readiness Night

DHS presents College and Career Readiness Night Tuesday, January 21 at 5:30pm - 8pm in the Library.  Parents/Guardians and Students, 8th - 11th grade,  are encouraged to attend.

For More Information.....

Dayton Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Our girls basketball game on Monday, December 16th vs. Bellevue will be our Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.

The ceremony will take place immediately after the girls junior varsity game which begins at 6:00.

The four inductees this year are: Sam Wilburn (1970), Jerry Hoepker (1959), Roger Ferguson (1964), and Rhonda Scott (1992).

This game will also be broadcast online radio at:
www.tristateinternetsportsradio.com

Special Board Meeting

There will be a Special Board Meeting on Thursday, December 12, at 5:00 p.m.  This Special Meeting is for Informational Purposes Only – Closed Session

1st Place Winner, Reading Fair

Congratulations to the 1st Place Winner of the 1st Annual Reading Fair!

World War I Plaque to be Rededicated at Veteran's Day Assembly

The Dayton Independent Schools' annual Veteran's Day Assembly will be Monday, November 11 at 9:00 AM in the high school gym.  At this year's assembly the World War I plaque honoring the Dayton, KY soldiers who died in service of their country will be rededicated and then proudly displayed in the hallway of the school.

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Dayton High School A and A/B Honor Roll Students
Dayton Middle School A and A/B Honor Roll Students
Community Resources Information Session
Community Resources Information Session

For All Parents/Guardians

On Thursday, November 7th there are a lot of great events going on at Dayton High School- Chili Dinner, First Annual 8th Grade Reading Fair as well as from 5:30-6:30pm - Community Organizations will be set up in the DHS library for Parents. These different organizations include:

  • Brighton Center
  • Newport Adult Learning Center
  • One stop career center
  • Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission
  • United Way
  • North Key
  • New Hope Center
  • Care-Net
  • Life Learning Center

Computers will also available for you to log into the Parent Portal of Infinite Campus.  Assistance with this process will be provided.

8th Grade Reading Fair
Dayton HS 4th Annual Chili Dinner
4th Annual Chili Dinner

The 4th annual DHS Chili Dinner will be held November 7 at 5:30 pm.

$5.00 per person or $20.00 per immediate family. Desserts will also be available.

 

 

Superintendent Community Advisory Team being sought

Your Voice Counts!
 

As I move into my second year with Dayton Independent Schools I am looking to create three advisory teams.  I have already formed and met with the Student Advisory Teams at the elementary school and at the high/middle school.   We have formed our Staff Advisory Team and we will be meeting soon.  The third team is a Community Advisory Team. 


There are several goals for these teams.  One goal is to allow for two-way communication to occur on how we are doing.  Another goal is to ... 

DHS Football vs New Miami

* Kickoff 7 pm Friday 9/13/13 *

Grandparents' Day Read Aloud!

Sunday, September 8th is Grandparents' Day and to honor all grandparents, Read Aloud 15 MINUTES is sponsoring a photo contest with I See Me! books and a free subscription to GRAND Magazine for all of our newsletter subscribers.

Monday, September 9th is the last day for photo contest entries and voting for favorites ends on Sunday, September 15th.  Please click here to enter.

Read Aloud 15 Minutes

Lifelines Suicide Prevention Program

The adolescent years are marked by a roller-coaster ride of emotions – difficult for youths, their parents, and educators.  It is easy to misread depression as normal adolescent turmoil; however, depression (among the most common of mental illnesses) appears to be occurring at a much earlier age.  Depression – which is treatable – is a leading risk factor for suicide.  In addition, self-injury has become a growing problem among youth.

Read More Here

Campus Portals - Back Online

Access to the Parent/Student and Teacher Portals from home had to be turned off to protect the Infinite Campus Student Information System. No student data was compromised during the weeklong cyber attacks the KETS Network and the Campus Portals endured.

Staff from the Commonwealth Office of Technology, KDE Technology Team, AT&T, and Infinite Campus, Inc. worked tirelessly to keep the networks secured.  Keeping the portals offline until security measures were put into place had to be made.

As of this evening, security measures have been put in place to protect these networks from these types of attacks. The Teacher and Parent/Student Portals are now available from home.

KSBA News Release can be found Here

DHS Football @ Lloyd
Youth Service Center Product Survey Seeks 100 Volunteers

Youth Services Center Product Survey
Tuesday, August 27th in the High School Cafeteria

100 Volunteers are needed to complete various surveys for only 30-45 minutes between 2 and 6 p.m.  Participant time slots are available every half hour.  Participants might be taste testing food items, and/or providing feedback on the look or use of various household products.  Each participant could raise between $6-9 for student programs such as the Drug Free Club or the Big Devil/Little Devil Mentoring Program.  Please contact Sherri Chan at 859-292-7486 or sherri.chan@dayton.kyschools.us to sign up as soon as possible.  Thanks, in advance, for supporting the Dayton students!

New Faces of Dayton Schools

Meet the new faces of Dayton Schools. Photographed are: (from left to right) Mr. Jeremy Dodd (Dayton HS Principal), Ms. Erin Goetz (Middle School Math), Mr. Ben Taylor (High School Math), Ms. Karen Bruce (High School English), Mr. Chris Jefferson (High School Social Studies), Mr. Wes Newsome (Spanish), Ms. Hannah Weisel (Preschool Teacher), and Mr. Brett Newton (Dayton HS Counselor).

Not photographed:  Ms. Melissa Frederick (High School Receptionist), Ms. Lisa Coleman (Lincoln EL Teacher Assistant), and Tammy Vercheak (Lincoln EL Special Education Teacher)

Meet Dayton HS New Principal, Mr. Jeremy Dodd

On July 29th, I joined the staff of Dayton Independent Schools as the new high school principal. Arriving around noon, after cleaning out my old office and saying goodbye to my former colleagues, I began meeting the eager staff members and quickly realized what great people we have here in our district. I have been welcomed with open arms and am enjoying my experience thus far. Around 6 p.m. that same day, I was able to attend and speak at the 7th grade orientation of our students. I met many of our community members and parents, and was again in awe of what this community has to offer. Great things are in store at Dayton Independent Schools.

Dayton HS Students give back

Dayton High School. and YMCA 21st Century students had a great time volunteering at the Free Store Food Bank’s “Giving Fields” in Melbourne, KY.  Students picked pounds of fresh vegetables that’ll be used by St. Bernard Food Pantry to serve Dayton families.  Go Devils!

Dayton Middle/High School - School Supply Lists

Listed below are the class supply lists for Dayton Middle and High School for the 2013-14 School Year

Grade Level Downloadable Link Document Format
Dayton Middle 7th & 8th Grade Supply List
Dayton High 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th Grades Supply List

9th Grade Orientation

9th Grade Orientation will be Monday August 5, 2013 at 6pm in the DHS Cafeteria.

7th Grade Orientation

7th Grade Orientation will be Monday July 29, 2013 at 6pm in the DHS Cafeteria.

Dayton HS Principal Selection Survey

To complete the Survey - Click HERE

Dayton Schools Continues One-to-One Reading Program

Dayton Schools continues the One to One Reading Program started during the 2012-13 school year. Mr. Jay Brewer, Dayton Schools Superintendent, hopes to grow the program, allowing more students to benefit from the experience.

If you would like to volunteer to be a reading coach or would like more information rearding this program, contact Heather Dragan, Assistant Principal of Lincoln Elementary, at 859-292-7492 or by email at heather.dragan@dayton.kyschools.us .

Read more by accessing the following link:

http://nky.cincinnati.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/AB/20130621/NEWS0103/306210136/&nclick_check=1

Dayton YMCA

Dayton High School and YMCA

21st Century Program Sign Up

Grades 7th-12th

12-4pm Monday-Thursday

12:00 pm (meet in DHS gym) – 4:00 pm (end at Dayton YMCA Teen Center)

Dayton HS Family Bowling Night, Free Event

Visit Bellewood Lanes for Dayton High School Family Bowling Night for two hours of Free bowling. The event will be on June 20, 2013 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. Shoes are included during this free two hour event.

Sports Physicals

Sports physicals for DHS and Lincoln students participating in DHS sports June 5. Click Here to download the application.

 

Congratulations Graduating Class of 2013

Congratulations to the graduating Class of 2013 for your hard work!

Fast Pitch District Game

The DHS Fast Pitch District game vs. Highlands will be played at NKU, Tuesday, 4:30 pm.

Come out and support the team. Go Devils!

School Safety news segment

Below is a link that highlights the collaborative effort between Dayton Independent Schools and the City of Dayton.  This is a great example of how working together we are better!

I want to thank Chief Scott O’Brien and his staff for working with us on this project to improve school safety for our students and staff.  I also want to thank Patty Patterson and Casey Woods for their efforts in leading the way on our end.

Again, this is a tremendous plus for our schools and city!

http://www.local12.com/news/local/story/Unique-Approach-To-Live-Shooter-Training-in/WEDMGK7dRk-nKLJJdBxTMg.cspx

 

Jay Brewer
Superintendent of Dayton Independent Schools
200 Clay Street
Dayton, KY 41074
859.292.3982

Go…Grow…Dayton

Dayton High School Baseball

***Tuesday's baseball game will be played at Newport HS beginning at 4:30.

 

 Our baseball team will play Newport on Tuesday, May 21st in district action.  The game begins at 4:30p and will be played at Newport High School. The venue has been moved from Moser Park..

Fast Pitch

DHS Fast Pitch will be playing in the district tournament vs. Bellevue on Monday, May 20.  The game begins at 4:30 and will be played at NKU.

Saturday, in the Garden

This Saturday, May 18, 2013, from 9am to 1 pm we have an volunteer group from Go Cincinnati, that will be here to help us clean and weed our gardens both at Lincoln Elementary and Dayton High School.

We would love to see staff, students and community members help too! If you can join us, please try to bring gloves and a shovel. Light refreshments will be provided for workers. Some of the plants we are moving/thinning out will be available for workers to take home (free). Others will be sold at reasonable prices to help pay for garden needs (tags, fertilizer, weed control, etc.)

Can’t join us but interested in purchasing some plants? Contact Mrs Klette

Click the Read More for photos and more information.

Summer Food Service Program

Summer Food Service Program

The DAYTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS are participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the sites and times as follows:

Where: Dayton High School Cafeteria

When: JUNE 3, 2013 – AUGUST 2, 2013 Monday through Friday

Site will be closed July 4, 2013 and July 26, 2013

BREAKFAST: 8:30am – 9:30am

LUNCH: 11:30am – 12:30pm

 

2013 Track State Championships, this Saturday

7th grader, Megan Downard, 8th Graders Marquelle Spencer and Priscilla Michaels, 11th graders Maranda Walling and Ryan Meyer will be representing Dayton in the 2013 State Championships in the 4 X 800 and the Open 800, this Saturday, May 18, 2013.

Girl's Volleyball Meeting

Girls in grades 6 - 11 interested in playing Volleyball are invitied to attend a meeting Monday, May 20 at 3:15 pm in the DHS Library.  Amberly Tullis will be introduced as the new DHS Volleyball coach.  Parents are welcome to attend.

 

Girl's Basketball Meeting

New Head Coach Bev Smith will be introduced at the Girl's Basketball Meeting Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 7:00 pm in the DHS Library.  Parents and students in grades 6 - 11 are welcome to attend.

Yard Signs - Parents who Host, Lose the Most

Attention DHS parents- "parents who host lose the most" yard signs are available in the main office during school hours.  Please stop in and pick one up to show your support for a safe prom weekend.

Middle School Students Learn Energy Sources

Mrs. Klette's middle school students learn how energy is produced - from start to finish.

 

 

Holocaust Survivor spoke to 8th grade group

On April 18th Holocaust survivor, Werner Coppel, spoke to a small group of 8th grade students in the DHS library.  These students had just finished a unit studying the history of the Holocaust, along with a book study of Elie Wiesel’s Night.  As a culmination of this unit Mr. Coppel talked to the students about his experiences as a young teenager in the infamous death camp, Auschwitz.  Through hearing him speak many of the students were able to make a more personal connection with the horrible events that occurred, as well as make connections to their own life.  Priscilla Michaels wrote in her impact statement, “no matter how hard life gets or may seem, it gets better.  As long as you try your hardest you truly can succeed!”   Many students also took away lessons regarding prejudice and the impact their words can have on others.  Jyllian Stitzel wrote, “I learned that even the smallest thing you say can be filled with hate.  He made me want to be a better person.”  This is an amazing life-lesson and experience that will stay with this group of students throughout high school and into adulthood.

DHS Basketball

DHS welcomes Bill Rogg as the Head Varsity Coach for Boy's Basketball and

Bev Smith as the Head Varsity Coach for Girl's Basketball. 

Dayton Historic Tour, Featured

Mrs. Brown's Policial Science class took to the streets of Dayton, learning about the history of Dayton. Student's researched historic buildings and past events to present this information on their walking tour of Dayton. 

 

Read more: http://nky.cincinnati.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013304300113&site=AB

SBDM Parent Nominations

DHS is accepting nominations for SBDM Parent Representatives for the 2013-2014 school year now through Friday April 26, 2013. 

Contact DHS at 859.292.7486 for more information.

Dayton Historic Tour

Ms. Brown’s Political Science Class and a series of city partners will host the Dayton Historic Tour Saturday, April 20. The tour begins at the Dayton History Museum at 718 6th Ave, Dayton, KY. As part of the tour you will get a chance to see the inside of five historical buildings in the neighborhood that will change the way you see the city.

The group has uncovered many forgotten facts including.

  1. Many of the homes on the East Side of Dayton were built over Indian burial grounds.
  2. In the 1800s, one of most important industries in Dayton was hemp farming.
  3. An estimated 1 in 2 men between the ages of 15 and 35 served in WWI.
  4. You could go swimming at Berlin Beach in Dayton

Tour tickets are $20 and will go to support school initiatives.

Tour times: 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m.

Location: 718 6th Ave, Dayton, KY

Tour Length: 90 Minutes

Dayton HS Principal, Rick Wolf, voted Campell County 'Best Boss'

Mrs. Fields-Hunt nominated Dayton High School Principal, Rick Wolf, in the Community Recorder's first Northern Kentucky Best Boss competition. Mr. Rick Wolf has been voted 'Best Boss' in Campbell County and has been featured on nky.com.  Read the full story on the link below.

Congratuations Mr. Wolf on being voted 'Best Boss'!!

 

http://nky.cincinnati.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2013304180032&site=AB

Town Hall Meeting - Drug Abuse Awareness

http://tinyurl.com/btrx462 - News article on Town Hall meeting tonight.
 


Dayton & Bellevue Town Hall Meeting

Northern Lights may be visible

Tonight, Saturday April 13, 2013; the Northern Lights may be visible in Northern Kentucky area. If the sky's are clear tonight, the lights may be visible.  To read more about the phenomena, cick here for more information.

Dayton Drama Club, presents Cinderella Kids

Dayton Drama Club Flyer

2nd Annual College Signing Day

Dayton High School Seniors are recoginized during a March 28, 2013 assembly for furthuring their education in either a College or Military setting. During the 2nd annual College Signing Day assembly, 40 of the 55 seniors took stage with representatives from the universities, college, or technical schools and signed a commitment to attend their school this fall.

Read More here from the Northern Kentucky News: Click Here

The Dayton Independent School District implements new school safety procedures

 

The Dayton Independent School District in partnership with the Dayton Police Department has implemented a new school safety procedure.  The Dayton Police Department provided the Dayton Independent School District with staff, visitor, and substitute teacher passes at no cost to the school district. The Dayton Police Department photographed and printed the ID badges for every faculty member, staff member, custodian, and administrator.  These ID’s distinguish between district employees, substitute teachers, and visitors.  The new badges are providing an increased secure building for the students and staff in the Dayton Independent School District which aligning with the new safe school procedures.

Any visitor coming into the buildings will be required to check in at the front office and provide a photo ID or driver’s license in order to be provided with a visitors pass.  This ID will be kept in a secure location in the front office which will clearly identify any visitor in the building. Once the visitor returns to the front office and returns the visitors pass, their ID is returned.

The Dayton Independent School District knows this may be an inconvenience, however, the safety of our students and staff is our main priority.

Bagging for Bucks

Dayton High School is fundraising at Riverside Marketplace on Saturday, March 2, 2013. All tips collected during the Saturday event, will support the students of Dayton High School.

Support the Dayton High School students by shopping Saturday at Riverside Marketplace and tip your bagger. 

Dayton HS Senior, Kali Baker, runs Dayton City Council Meeting

As part of our study of local and state government, students were required to interview either a member of the Dayton Board of Education or the Dayton City Council. Kali chose to interview Mayor Ken Rankle. After the interview, he told Kali she was going to lead the next city council meeting. Kali attended the February 5, 2013 meeting and led the meeting from the beginning with the Pledge of Allegiance to taking motions. Although I was unable to attend the meeting myself, I received great feedback from the Mayor and Ms. Donna Leger. Also as part of our study, the students and I took a tour of the city building, police and fire departments. - Mrs. April Brown, Dayton HS Teacher

Congratulations DECA students!

Dayton High School DECA StudentsOn Wednesday February 6th nine Dayton High School students attended the DECA regional conference at the University of Kentucky.  The students in attendance were: Nicollette Brooks, Alyscia Davis, Noah Schoultheis, Chris Johnson, Connor Cadle, Luke Rogg, Ashley Noble, Pat Wear, and Mersades Fornash.  The students competed in events ranging from Principles of Business Management to Sports and Entertainment Marketing.  All nine of these students were able to qualify and place in the top five for the state competition which will be held March 10-12 at the Galt House in Louisville.  Please join all of us as we congratulate these students for their hard work and wish them continued success as they move on to the next level of competition.

Kroger Plus Card - Fundraiser

Kroger Plus Card, Fundraiser Update

TIME TO REGISTER YOUR CARD AGAIN!

 

The Kroger Company discontinued the Kroger Reloadable Gift Cards as a fundraiser.  We had used these cards for three years and with only a handful of people using them on a regular basis, we raised about $8,000.00.  That money was used to replace the graduate pictures in the outer hallway of the high school. The pictures were taken down so we could replace the framework and picture frames so all would match.   We purchased enough frames for all the graduates plus another 20 years. 

Dayton Schools receives Grant
Latest Inductee into Buddy LaRosa’s High School Hall of Fame
 Adrienne Hundemer Latest Inductee into Buddy LaRosa’s High School Hall of Fame



Dayton High School graduate Adrienne Hundemer was recently inducted into the Buddy LaRosa’s High School Hall of Fame.  Adrienne is acknowledged as having won more state championships-20-than any other Greater Cincinnati athlete.  Beginning as a seventh grader, she was part of the champion 1,600 meter relay team-the first of six consecutive titles in that event.  She went on to win four state titles (12 total) in the 400 meter dash and the 300 and 100 meter hurdles.  She was named to the Kentucky all state team four times.  She went to Marshall University on a track scholarship and was a four-year letter-winner.  Adrienne continues to stay involved in Dayton High School as she is currently the varsity cheerleading coach.

 

Holiday Classic Tournament Cancelled
DAYTON MIDDLE SCHOOL HOLIDAY CLASSIC TOURNAMENT IS CANCELLED FOR WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 26, 2012 EVENING
District Talent Show
The First District-Wide Talent Show was a success. Lots of students showcased their talents. To view the photos, click the link below.

Talent Show Photo Gallery
District Talent Show
DHS Athletic Hall of Fame

Dayton High School will be inducting 3 new members into their 2012 Athletic Hall of Fame. 
 
The new members are Karen Townsley (Class of 1980), Fred Winburn (Class of 1969), and Coach Ray King (Head Coach of the 1966 Football State Champion Greendevils). 
 
Dayton High School will also be recognizing a Special Honoree in Russell Brewer for his contributions to the school and the athletic Hall of Fame. 
 
The Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on the evening of Friday, December 14th between the varsity girls and varsity boys basketball games vs. Covington Latin.
 
Please come out and show your appreciation for these former Dayton Greendevil stars. 
 
Thank you!
Hoxworth Blood Drive
The National Honor Society is sponsoring the annual Hoxworth Blood Drive Tuesday, November 27.  Anyone 18 or older may donate and students 16 and 17 may donate with parental permission.  Call DHS 292-7486 for more details.
Fall Sports Banquet

Dayton High School will be holding their fall sports banquet on Monday, November 19th in the high school cafeteria. 

Title IX
Approximately 55 Kentucky High School Athletic Association member schools have been identified to participate in the ongoing Title IX Review during the 2012-13 school year.
Student dine with Mr. Charlie Tharp, City of Dayton Historian
Students work hard everyday in their classes, but a few were selected by their teachers to be Students of the Month. These students, in partnership with local pizzeria Buona Vita Pizzeria, had lunch with a special guest, Mr. Charlie Tharp.
New Test Scores Are In!
In 2009, Kentucky legislators passed Senate Bill 1, which required many changes in the state’s public education system. It included a call for new, more rigorous academic standards and new state tests based on those standards. Senate Bill 1 also called for a more balanced assessment and accountability system focused on student readiness for life after high school. 
Truth and Consequences: The Choice is Yours
Dayton Middle School students participated a the Truth and Consequences: The Choice is Yours program. Students role-played different scenarios involving illicit and legal substances.
District Playoff Football Game
The District playoff Football game  will be  played  Friday night, 7:30,  at Paris High School.    Directions to Paris High School:  Take 471 to 275 W to I- 75 S towards Lexington.  The following are.......

Take the Paris/Lexington ext 113 and make the left of the exit.  Then it's a straight shot into Paris (18 miles) off the exit.  Once you get into Paris you will go straight through the downtown and make the left on 7th Street, go through the first light and make a right at the four way stop, you will run right into football field.

The address of our field is (Blanton Collier Stadium) 100 Delza Maggard Avenue, Paris, KY 40361

Dayton MS/HS Students, Achieving and Excelling
Dayton Middle and High Schools students are working hard to excel in their classes. The list below lists those students that have achieved A/B or Super Honor Roll.
Dayton HS Seniors show Greendevil Charitable Spirit Dayton HS Seniors Spirit
Dayton High School Political Science students understand the importance of civic involvement. Early in the school year students were presented with the task of organizing and implementing a project to help improve their community, while also demonstrating their understanding of the concept of civic responsibility. Students quickly decided to organize a walk to raise money to support The American Cancer Society. The project, A Step Can Change A Life was not only a lifelong lesson, but also a huge success.
New Look, coming soon!
Our web page is changing - but not that much.  A few changes are coming soon to our web site. The picture banner above will be enlarged to incorporate a larger image to better see our students working hard!  The resources buttons, at near the bottom, will be removed.  The Resources link about has the Teacher, Student, Parent, and Board Policies listed.
Roy Siemer, Dayton's Picasso
Roy Siemer, Dayton community member and parent of Dayton High School graduate, may be considered Picasso.

Read more at: http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20121018/NEWS/310190019/To-Dayton-fans-field-painter-Picasso?gcheck=1&nclick_check=1
"A step can change a life"
The DHS Political Science class is sponsoring a walk to benefit the American Cancer Society October 20,2012.

Basketball Kick Off Dinner
Basketball Kick Off Dinner
 
The 2012-13 “GREET AND EAT” Dinner for ALL PLAYERS AND THEIR FAMILIES will be held on Sunday October 14th at 5:00 P.M. in the Dayton High School cafeteria. This informal event to kickoff the 2012-2013 season will feature guest speaker Former College Division II Coach of the Year from NKU Mr. Ken Shields.
 
The Dinner is free, so come and meet your student’s coaches, meet Coach Shields, and show your support of Greendevil Basketball Nation, as we prepare for the upcoming season.
 
All players should plan to attend, and we welcome your families as well. Please let one of your coaches know how many people will be attending from your family so that we can properly prepare for Food and Drinks.
 
For further information and updates, LIKE “Dayton Greendevil Basketball” on facebook, or contact Coach Dilts at Tom.Dilts@Dayton.kyschools.us
Devil's Dispatch

Read the Dayton Devil's newspaper...........

Cross Country fundraiser
The Kona Ice truck will be parked on Greendevil Lane Wednesdays at 2pm for  a fundraiser to support the DHS Cross Country team. 
Grandparent's Day
Celebrate Grandparent's Day at DHS Friday, September 7!
Grandparents are invited to eat lunch with their DHS grandchildren. 

The cafeteria will be serving Cheese Coneys and 3 Ways, Pinto Beans, Salad, and Watermelon. 

Desert will be served in the Library.

11th- 12th grade  11:04 - 11:27
9th - 10th grade   11:29 - 11:52

7th grade 12:02 - 12:24
8th grade  1204 - 12:26

Adult lunch $3.50
Dayton HS Teams up with Buckhead
The Dayton High Schools Parent Teacher Club (PTC) has teamed up with Buckhead Mountain Grill again this year in support of the Dayton HS PTC. All is needed is the downloadable flyer and an appetite.
ACT Goal Reached - 18
Dayton High School, current Seniors, reached the ACT goal of a composite score of 18 for the 2011-12 school year. Read the local newspaper headlines here: 

Youth Basketball Coach Volunteers Needed
Dayton Youth Basketball is now accepting applications for volunteer coaches for grades 3 through 6 for boys and girls teams. Those interested should fill out a Youth Leader Request Form for volunteers, which may be obtained at the board office. Be sure to put your SS# at the top of the form, and return it to the HIGH SCHOOL-ATTENTION COACH DILTS.  Former coaches MUST STILL APPLY!  Applications should be returned AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, but no later than September 7th. For questions, you may email Coach Dilts at the following: Tom.Dilts@dayton.kyschools.us
Dayton Schools is a Tobacco Free Campus
Dayton Parents and Community Members,
 
As many of you are aware, the Dayton Independent Schools are now smoke and tobacco free for all school events. This means that all staff and visitors are not permitted to smoke or use other tobacco products in our buildings or in or on properties owned or operated by the Dayton Independent Schools, including athletic/sporting events.
 
We would appreciate your support in keeping our campus and athletic events smoke and tobacco free.   We realize that change is not always easy; however, we need to remember that modeling what is best for our students is the right thing to do.
 
Thanks for leading by example.
 
 
 
Jay Brewer
Superintendent of Dayton Independent Schools
Come Meet the new Superintendent of Dayton Ind. Schools
Come Meet the New Superintendent of Dayton Independent Schools
 
Dayton Independent Schools will be hosting a meet and greet for the new superintendent, Mr. Jay Brewer. At this time he will give a brief background on his experience and give a general overview of the district.   This event is open to everyone and there will be availability for people to submit feedback via our public survey.
 
Date: Tuesday, August 21
Where: Dayton High School Cafeteria
Time: 7:00 PM
Who: Everyone is welcome to attend
Dayton HS to start guitar class
Dayton High School makes the news as a newly created guitar class is announced. Mr. Bill Klopp is hoping that unused guitars are donated to the class for students that do not have access to a guitar.
Special Thank You from Superintendent Brewer
 It is amazing what can be accomplished when a group of people come together to move a project forward.   A perfect example of this is what occurred on Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July 28.  During these two days over 90 students, parents, teachers, administrators, alumni, and community members came together to prep and paint Davis Stadium.  We want to spotlight the efforts of Mr. Tim Chenot, Lincoln Elementary teacher and Youth Football League Director, and Mr. Ron Kinmon, Director of Pupil Personnel, for their efforts in organizing this event.  We also want to thank the students, including members of both the football and soccer teams, for their efforts to support this project.   This was truly a TEAM effort and we thank everyone for contributions, both large and small, of their time and talent.  A good deal of the funds for this project came from the late Mr. Russ Brewer who left a donation that was designated for stadium improvements at Davis Field.  We want to extend a special thanks to Mr. Russ Brewer and his family for their amazing contribution to this project.
Dayton Schools makes the news
Volunteers of  Parents, Students, Teachers, and Administrators help spruce up the front of Lincoln Elementary School the morning of Friday, August 3, 2012. WLWT Channel 5 news stopped by to report on the progress.
Seat in the Garden
Come help build our SEAT IN THE GARDEN made possible by Toolbox for Education, sponsered by Lowes.
Middle and High School Orientations
7th Grade Orientation will be on July 31, 2012 at 6:00pm in the high school cafeteria. All upcoming 7th Grade students and their families are encouraged to join.  9th Grade Orientation will be on August 1, 2012 at 6:00pm in the high school cafeteria. All upcoming Freshman and their families are encouraged to join.
School Supply List
Lincoln Elementary School, Dayton Middle School, and Dayton High School supply lists now posted Online!
Drug Free Club of America, coming to Dayton HS

Drug Free Club of America is coming to Dayton High School!  The Drug Free Club rewards students for making healthy choices.  By creating excitement with a drug free culture, positive peer pressure can replace the negative.  Each club member successfully enrolled, receives his membership card with instructions to visit the DFCA website for news and a listing of area businesses that offer discounts.  Check out www.drugfreeclubs.org for more opportunities available with membership.  In addition to the rewards listed on the website, the Youth Services Center plans to offer additional benefits throughout the year for DFCA members.  You will receive more information about this program by mail before the start of the school year.

Dayton HS Daylily Sale
Have you been down to the school garden lately?  The Daylilies are in full bloom and we need to thin a couple beds.  Daylily seedlings (from Rich Surmont  and  Shirley Farmer) as well as several named varieties will be for sale for just $5 each!  Mrs. Klette and student volunteers will be on hand June 19th -21st from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm and then again from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm for you to pick your daylilies.  They will be fresh dug and ready to go to your garden.  All proceeds will go back into the Greendevil Gardens fund.  If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Klette at 620-7542.
Dayton HS Mattress Sale Fundraiser
Dayton High School Mattress Sale Fundraiser this Saturday, June 9, 2012. Support the Dayton High School Girls Volleyball Program.
Dayton HS Graduation DVDs now on sale
Dayton High School graduation DVDs are now available to purchase at $15 per DVD. Please contact the Dayton High School front office for more information.
Fifth place in the State Track & Field Championships
Fifth place in the state track & field championships.
Free Sports Physicals

 

Attention anyone interested in playing sports during the 2012-13 school year, NovaCare will be in the Dayton High School gymnasium on Thursday, June 7th from 6 p.m. - 8p.m. to give physicals for our students.

Class of 2012, Graduation
Dayton High School Class of 2012 Graduation will be held in the high school gymnasium beginning at 7:00 p.m. Please plan to be in your seats prior to that time.  Please do not bring in air horns or noise makers as this is a special occasion for the graduates and we want this to be a memorable experience.
7th Annual Basketball Golf Outing
Dayton High School Basketball 7th Annual Golf Outing will be held on Saturday June 23, 2012 at Flagg Spring Golf Course. Registration starts at 7:15am and will continue to 7:45am. Shotgun start at 8:00am.
Dayton MS Students reactions to the movie Bully
Recently, Dayton Middle School Students took a field trip to the movie theater to watch the movie Bully. This movie reflects the life of a middle school boy who is consistently bullied.  The movie also highlights the current response to bullying by school representatives and community members.  Other bullying stories are webbed throughout the movie, some leading to the tragic end; suicide.
Dayton HS hosts Ghost Out Program Ghost Out Program, Dayton HS
In an effort to prevent impaired driving accidents, Dayton High School Youth Services Center partnered with Kentucky Drive Smart and the Dayton/Bellevue Fire Department to provide Juniors and Seniors with a "Ghost Out" program. The program uses the Grim Reaper to select students to represent a victims killed in an alcohol or drug related crash during the "Ghost Out." Once these students are removed from the classroom, they write their own obituaries and participate in a mock funeral during an assembly. 

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of teenage fatalities, with more than one-third of these traffic deaths related to alcohol.
SBDM Council Parent Nominations
DHS is now accepting parent nominations for the SBDM Council. Nominations will be accepted from  parents of students in grades 7-12 for the 2012-2013 school year.

Voting will take place Tuesday, May 1, 2012 in the DHS office 7am – 6pm.

If you have any questions call DHS @ 859-292-7486.

Kroger Plus Card, Fundraiser Update Kroger
The Kroger Company is discontinuing the Kroger Reloadable Gift Cards as a fundraiser. We have used these cards for three years and with only a handful of people using them on a regular basis, we have raised a nice amount of money. The money is being used to replace the graduate pictures in the outer hallway of the high school.. These pictures were taken down so we could replace the framework so all would match. At this time the pictures are in storage until we can raise enough money to replace all the framework and picture frames.
Devil Day Tuesdays Devil Day Tuesdays
Buona Vita Pizzeria, of Dayton KY, is introducing Devil Day Tuesdays. Every other Tuesday, Buona Vita will host a Devil Tuesday, starting April 3, 2012. Every carry out order that mentions Dayton High School will contribute 10%  to our school. 

DHS Fine Arts Festival DHS Fine Arts Festival
4th Annual Fine Arts Festival
Dayton HS Picture Day - Sept 28th

Parents, Guardians, and Students:

Picture day is coming to Dayton High School, Friday September 28, 2018! Look your best and smile for the camera!

You can order your pictures before picture day, see attached flyer for details.

Picture Day Flyer

STOP Tipline - Online/Offline - Bullying, Violence, Risky Behavior

Grades 9-12 MacBook Pickup & Information Sessions with Freshman Orientation

All 2018/2019 Dayton High School students in grades 9-12 can receive a MacBook laptop to use at school and at home!  Follow these two steps...

Super Honor Roll Students - Quarter 1

Dayton HS Quarter 1 Super Honor Roll

 

DHS/DMS Talent Show!

Talent Show!

DHS/DMS will be hosting a Talent Show on May 11th at 7pm in the gym.

A small donation is requested for entry. There will also be treats and drinks for purchase. 

Please come out and support your talented students! Money raised will go to Band and Drama!

DHS Registration Information

2016 Timothy Crane Day Award

Jude Stitzel has been awarded the 2016 Timothy Crane Day Award. The Mercantile Library of Cincinnati presents this award to one student in the junior class who demonstrates superior writing skills.  Congratulations, Jude!!

Second Annual Parent Night

Please plan to join us on Thursday, March 3, 2016 as we host our Second Annual Spring Parent Night.

Senior Chipotle Fundraiser

Next Monday, January 25th from 7-10pm, DHS Seniors will receive 50% of all sales at the Chipotle in Newport, Kentucky.  Please physically or electronically present the attached flyer at checkout.

 

As you may know, the Class of 2016 is raising funds for a Senior Class trip to New York City.  All help is greatly appreciated!

Yearbooks for Sale!

Last Week to Buy a Yearbook for $50!

Order before April 1st. Buy yours before the price goes up!

First Annual Halloween Literacy Night!

Students: Please join the DHS Library for a night full of food, fun, and frights! On October 29th from pm to 8 pm, the Library will be transformed into a Murder Mystery Dinner Party! Please join us for dinner and figure out who-dun-it! Prizes will be awarded to those who solve the mystery. One student will also receive $30 in free books!

Parents: We need your support! Please consider helping out with this exciting event!

Click More for the forms to participate/ volunteer form.

Please contact Mrs. Webster or Ms. Miskell for more information or questions.

 

Dayton Middle School Supply Lists

The Dayton Middle School 2015 - 2016 school year supply lists are now available. Click the Read More for the entire list.

Saturday Games Changed

The JV/Varsity girls game vs. Ludlow scheduled for Saturday, February 21st is cancelled due to weather.

The District Basketball Tournament is scheduled for Monday, February 23rd.

All games will be played at Newport High School.

The girls will play Bellevue at 6:00 and the boys will play Highlands at 7:30.

Come out and support our Greendevils!

Tonight: Senior Night

Update: 
Dayton High School will have our all winter sports Senior Night tonight, February 20, 2015

Dayton High School Boy's Varsity Game will be at 6:00p vs Silver Grove.

The Seniors will be recognized at half-time.

Girls JV/V games have been moved to Saturday at 12:00 and 1:30.

Schools Closed due to Weather

Dayton Independent Schools will be closed tomorrow, February 17, 2015 due to inclement weather. 

Schools are on a 1 Hour Delay

The Dayton Independent School District will be on a 1 hour delay, today Thursday February 6, 2014.

Dayton Parents, Your Input is Important
Dayton Parents/Guardians, We need your input. 

Your input is very important to us and it will help us understand how we can improve. Please consider complete the survey below.

http://tinyurl.com/pgry7tf
eSports at Dayton HS

Dayton High School kicks off the eSports Tryouts, headed by Mr. Laufmann - eSports Coach

 

Dayton HS tryouts - eSports

 

Dayton HS eSports Tryouts

Scholarship Opportunities for Seniors

Senors - Thinking about your next school?  Thinking about scholarships?  Below are some sholarship opportunities you may want to look at:


VFW Youth Scholarships

https://www.vfw.org/community/youth-and-education/youth-scholarships

Deadline: October 31, 2018 - Opportunity ends soon!


Win a $2500 Rover Scholarship

https://www.rover.com/college-scholarship/

Deadline: May 1, 2019


Essay Contests for Ayn Rand’s Anthem, The Fountainhead, and Atlas Shrugged

https://www.aynrand.org/students/essay-contests

Deadline: January 15, 2019 and April 25, 2019


Discover Student Loans Sweepstakes

https://scholarship.collegecovered.com/

Deadline: January 31, 2019


Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship

https://www.gallerycollection.com/greeting-cards-scholarship.htm

Deadline: March 1, 2019


Getting Real About Distracted Driving Scholarship

https://comedydefensivedriving.com/scholarships

Deadline: December 31, 2018 (fall contest) and May 31, 2019 (spring contest)

See Mrs. Embry in the Guidance office for more information or other opportunities not listed here.

Dual Credit Orientation Night! Thursday, August 2nd, 6:00pm

Parents and students!  Dual credit orientation night for Juniors and Seniors who will be attending Gateway college courses is on Thursday, August 2nd, from 6:00-7:00pm If you have questions or you'd like to get more information, contact Mrs. Embry at rian.embry@dayton.kyschools.us. 

Honor Roll Students - Quarter 1

Honor Roll Students Quarter 1 - Page 1

Honor Roll Students - Quarter 2 - Page 2

Yearbook Sale EXTENDED!

Parents/Guardians,

Due to many requests, we have extended the yearbook sale to end THIS FRIDAY! After Friday, you will not be able to order a 2016 - 2017 yearbook! You can order them through yearbookforever.com or by contacting Ms. Webster (sarah.webster@dayton.kyschools.us). There are also forms in the Front Office. Payments are due May 17th!

 

Senior Parents/Guardians,

Please make sure you order your Senior Shout Out this week (This is your chance to tell your senior how proud you are and show off those CUTE baby pictures. Prices start at $10)! Also, yearbook orders with names on them will only be accepted until Friday! Thank you for your continued support! 

Gateway Dual Credit Information Night
Attention all juniors/seniors and their parents who are interested in the Gateway Dual Credit classes –
Please plan to attend an informational meeting in our library next Wednesday, August 10th, 5:30-6:30 p.m. We will be discussing all the necessary details, including qualification requirements, expectations, start date, transportation, supplies, and necessary paperwork. This will also give you an opportunity to ask any questions you may have. We look forward to seeing you next Wednesday!
Dayton High School - Antidrinking at Prom

Dayton and Bellevue High Schools team up to show high school students what effects drinking and driving has on their ability to operate a motor vehicle. The Kentucky Office of Highway Safety provided the course and "Drunk Goggles". Students first watched a KOHS presentation; then they drove the course.

Student/Athlete of the Month

Dayton Middle/High School would like to recognize our Students of the Month for March.  We also want to congratulate our Artist/Athlete of the Month.  Congratulations Greendevils!

Spring Literacy Night

Dayton High School Library is at it again!

The Queen of Hearts has had her tarts stolen and needs our students' help to find them! heart

 

Free Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Vaccine

With the report of known cases of whooping cough at Bellevue schools,  the Northern Kentucky Health Department is offering FREE pertussis vaccines for all Bellevue, Dayton and Newport residents (staff, family and students) at Grandview Elementary on 1/25 from 3-6.

Haunted House Discovered

Need a Fright?  Come and get a scare to support the Dayton High School Senior Class in raising money for Christmas gifts for the children at Lincoln Elementary that are in need.

Dayton High School Supply Lists

The Dayton High School 2015 - 2016 school year supply lists are now available. Click the Read More link for the entire list.

Employees of the Month

Employees of the Month

January 2015 - Barb Berringer
December 2014 - Eric Reynolds
November 2014 - Wes Newsome
October 2014 - Linda Eddy
September 2014 - Angela Buschle
August 2014 - Karen Fuchs

Dayton Schools Closed Due to Weather

Dayton Schools will be closed tomorrow, February 20, 2015 due to the inclement weather. Stay warm.

Middle School Post-Season Tournament

Update:
The middle school basketball post-season tournament scheduled to begin today, Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at Dayton High School is postponed and will not be played today.

Middle school post season will begin on Wednesday. All games are pushed back one day. 

Our Students Eating Healthier Foods

Mrs. Jan Crone, Food Service Director, and her team are cooking up healthier food choices for our students. Her team's efforts have caught the attention of several news media outlets. National Public Radio (NPR), The Cincinnati Enquirer, and TV news station WLWT Channel 5, all reported on the positive things happening in the school's kitchens on Tuesday January 13, 2015.

Working with Cook for America, an organization that is helping districts across the nation cook whole foods on a budget, Mrs. Crone can continue to provide more healthier whole foods for our students and inspire our students to choice healthier foods.

Read more on the great things Mrs. Crone and her team are doing, from these news media outlets:

National Public Radio

Cincinnati Enquirer

WLWT Channel 5

Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

This Friday, December 12th, Dayton High School will induct 4 new members into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame.  This year’s inductees are John Wooden (Basketball Coach), Barry Binkley (Track Coach), Kevin Baumann (Class of 1975), and Les Murray (Class of 1953).  The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place at 7:15 before the boys home game vs. Williamstown.  Please come out and show your appreciation for these former Greendevil greats!

Student Progress Reports

Students will be given Progress Reports to take home Friday, November 21, 2014.  Make sure you ask your student to see it and discuss it with him/her!

2014 Johnny Boles Memorial Alumni Basketball Tournament

The 2014 Johnny Boles Memorial Alumni Basketball Tournament will be held in the DHS gymnasium starting at 10 am on Saturday 10/4 and will finish up Sunday evening 10/5.  Admission will be $1 and all proceeds go towards the Dayton Basketball Program.  All are welcome and any donations are greatly appreciated.

Make all donation checks out to Dayton High School.

Boy’s Basketball Parents and Players Meeting

To:          All Boys Players and Parents 6-12th Grade
From:     Boys Basketball Coaching Staff
Date:      9/29/2014          6pm        DHS Library

Re:         Important Dates Regarding Physicals, Fees and Practice Times

 The Boys’ Basketball Coaching staff will be holding a meeting for players and parents of boys 6th-12th grades who will be trying out for basketball this year.

We will be discussing important dates for practices and fees.

We will also discuss the team gear package that every player will get and how much the package will cost.

We will cover basic expectations for players and parent behavior throughout the year with more to come at a later date.  This season we will be implementing a player and a parent contract to ensure that our program is headed in the right direction.

Please pass this information to anyone who would need to attend.  We will also post the meeting details on Facebook and other outlets.

Thanks,

Coach Billy Rogg
(859) 907-7135
Billy.rogg@dayton.kyschools.us

High Attendance Day Thursday, September 18, emphasizes importance of class time for Kentucky students

For Immediate Release

Contact: Mike Ford, Director of Pupil Personnel
Boone County Schools at (859)283-1003
President, Kentucky Directors of Pupil Personnel

Karen Kirby, Director of Pupil Personnel for Fleming County Schools, says “For students to learn and achieve at a high level, they have to be in class.”  Ford, the current president of the Kentucky Directors of Pupil Personnel, added “That’s why we have chosen to designate, September 18, 2014, as ‘High Attendance Day’ in Kentucky schools.”  For those school districts that may be out of session on that day, Wednesday, September 17, 2014, will be designated those districts “High Attendance Day”.

On High Attendance Day elementary, middle, or high schools may compete in small school or large school categories. Awards will be determined statewide based on each individual school’s performance, regardless of its district’s performance.  The school in each category with the highest percentage attendance for that day will be awarded...

Welcome to a new School Year!

Hello Dayton High School Families!  We are looking forward to seeing everyone return to school on Wednesday, August 13th.  Cafeteria doors will open at 7:30 to serve students breakfast.  First bell will be at 8:00 with all students expected to be in class by this time.  We hope our 7th grade and 9th grade orientations at the end of July were beneficial to students/parents as they transition to middle school and high school respectively. 

We have had a busy summer packed with summer school, work on the buildings in preparation for the new school year, as well as hiring several new teachers/staff members.  New teachers for the 2014-15 school year include the following:  Joe Workman (Health/PE /Athletic Director), Brian Volpenhein (Language Arts), Brad Hunt (Mathematics), Andrew Brown (Mathematics), Anthony Broome (Mathematics), JT Lewis (Chemistry/Physics), Bob Sieko (Instructional Coach), and Casaundra Newsome (Guidance Counselor).  We are excited about our new hires and believe each employee will be a positive addition to our...

Summer Food Service Program Closed - Friday July 18th

The Summer Food Program will be closed Friday, July 18, 2014 for both the breakfast and lunch program.  We will reopen on Monday July 21, 2014.

Meet Cross County Coach Seiko

Cross Country Meet and Greet Coach Seiko Monday July 14, 2014 at 5pm in front of Dayton High School.

This short meeting is a chance for students interested in running and their parents to meet our new cross country coach and get an outline of the coming season.

Hundemer to join KHSAA Hall of Fame!

DAYTON GRAD TO BE INDUCTED INTO KHSAA HALL: It was announced on Sunday that Former Dayton High School track standout Adrienne Hundemer is among the 10-member Kentucky High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame Class of 2015.

The induction ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, March 21, 2015, at the Lexington Convention Center. The Class of 2015 will also be recognized during the semifinals of the 2015 Whitaker Bank/KHSAA Boys' Sweet 16.

Hundemer graduated from Dayton in 1994 and won 20 state titles during her career, including 12 individual titles.

She won four titles in the 300 meter hurdles and four straight in both the 100 meter hurdles (1991-94) and the 400 meter dash (1991-94). She was a part of six consecutive 1600 meter relay championships (1989-94) and contributed to two state championships in the 800 meter relay. Her time of 14.70 in the 100 meter hurdles at the 1994 state meet is still a Class A record.

Hundemer joined the Northern Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame and Buddy LaRosa's Sports Hall of Fame in 2013.

New Board Member, Mrs. Carrie Downard

Meet your newest board member, Mrs. Carrie Downard.  Here is a little bit about Mrs. Downard:

I have lived in Dayton all of my life and a proud DHS graduate.  I look forward to working with the school district, along with the community in order to continue to grow our schools.    My goal is to provide a great place for our kids to come, making sure they have the tools they will need to be prepared for college and for life.

Mrs. Downard took the Board Member “Oath of Office" given by board attorney Matt DeMarcus on April 23, 2014 at the monthly board meeting.

Dayton Drama Club Presents - Annie Jr

The Dayton Drama Club presents Annie Jr.

Come and enjoy a play presented by the Dayton Drama Club students. These students are excited to showcase this play for all, young and old. The play will be on Friday, April 25 and Saturday April 26 at 7:00pm in the Margret Erl Activity Center located in Lincoln Elementary School. 

Ticket Prices 
Adults - $5.00 
Children $3.00

Devils Stand Tall Group Meetings

The Dayton Middle and High Schools students have created a group Devils Stand Tall in response to the ongoing problem of bullying in schools.  These students meet every Monday at 3:00pm, right after school in Ms. Montgomery's room to disuss solutions to the issue. Come and join the conversation. If you would like to join the coverstation online, click the image.


Image from: http://www.mywausanews.com/2012/02/4388/

Mrs. Glass Earns Counselor of the Year

Today Dayton High School Counselor, Jennifer Glass, was presented with the Counselor of the Year award today during our Northern Kentucky Counseling Association meeting.

 

She was elected as the new President Elect for the Northern Kentucky Counseling Association.  Two great things in one day!  We are so excited for Jenn and wanted to share the great news with everyone.  Please congratulate her when you see her!

 

Like Us! on Facebook
We have a new Fan Page on Facebook. We are moving from our old Facebook Page to our New Fan Page. Moving forward, all of the great achievements made by our Students and Teachers will be posted to our Fan Page.

Like Us on Facebook

8th Grade Chromebooks

 

8th Grade Students - learning on their Chromebooks

Mr. Mears, Digital Learning Coach, helping 8th grade students with their new Chromebooks. This group is piloting these tools as they are taking high school courses.

Middle School - Dance

Middle School Dance Flyer

Nominations for SBDM Minority Parent Elections Accepted Through Sept 26th, 2018

Nominations for the special election can be submitted in person, by fax 859-261-1606 or email linda.brandenburg@dayton.kyschools.us no later than Wednesday September 26th at 3:00 pm.

Nominations for this council seat must meet minority criteria. The special election will take place on Tuesday October 2nd from 7:30am-3:00 pm. Please don’t hesitate to contact the school administration with any questions at 292-7486.

7th Grade Orientation Night, Monday, August 6th, 6:00-7:00pm

Parents and students!  7th grade orientation night is on Monday, August 6th, from 6:00-7:00pm If you have questions or you'd like to get more information, contact Mrs. Embry at rian.embry@dayton.kyschools.us. 

2017-2018 Student Handbook
Student/Athlete of the Month!

Dayton Middle/High School would like to congratulate the following Students of the Month for April.  We would also like to recognize our Artist and Athlete of the Month.  These students will be recognized at our Board of Education Meeting on Tuesday, April 25th at 6:00pm.  Congratulations Greendevils!

7th Grade Orientation

Girls Soccer Meeting

Report Cards

All Dayton Middle/High School students received their 3rd quarter report cards on Wednesday, March 16th.  Please check with your son/daughter for their report card or you may check on Infinite Campus. 

Student/Athlete of the Month

We would like to recognize the following students for being named our February Students of the Month.  We would also like to congratulate and recognize our Artist and Athlete of the Month as well.  Great job Devils!

Baseball Fundraiser

The Dayton baseball team is selling window decals!  These decals are perfect for your car or home window.  Please help us in our pursuit of new uniforms and display your Dayton pride to the world!

 The price of these decals are:

5” = $10

7”=$15

10” = $20

 

To order now:

Please contact one of the players directly or you can contact Coach Fussinger by email: justin.fussinger@dayton.kyschools.us

~ checks should be made out to Dayton High School

High School Seniors

Apply on line (www.nkcd.org/campbellconservation) between October 1 through January 22 for one of three $1,000 scholarships for high school seniors who enter a program directly related to agriculture or natural resources conservation.  Scholarship deadline to our District office in Alexandria at 8350 E Main Street (in the Alexandria Court House) is Friday, January 22, 2016. Stop by the guidance office for more info.

Garden Plant Sale
Dayton High School - Garden Plant Sale
 
Many of the beautiful plants need thinned in the school garden.  This is your chance to support Dayton High School and get great new perennial plants for your garden!
 
Daylilies - both named cultivars and seedlings starting at $3 a clump and most selling for $5 a clump.
 
Iris - tall bearded and a few miniatures for $3-5 a clump
 
Coneflowers and black eyed Susan's $3 each
 
Mornings and evenings are the best time for us to dig your plants.  Please contact Lisa Klette through the school office (859) 292-7486 or by e-mail lisa.klette@Dayton.kyschools.us to arrange a time. Go Big Green!
Students of the Month, February

Dayton Middle/High School would like to recognize our Students of the Month for February.  These students will be recognized at our Board of Education meeting on Wednesday, February 25th at 6:00.  Congratulations!

 

Sophia Halfhill - 7th Grade

Abby Coleman - 8th Grade

Tamara Rogers - 9th Grade

Aspyn Thomas - 10th Grade

James Prince - 11th Grade

Mackenzie Watson - 12th Grade

Cancellations

Due to the weather conditions all school related extra-curricular activities for Monday, February 16 have been cancelled.

Tonight's all winter athletes senior night will be rescheduled for Friday, February 20th between the Junior Varsity and Varsity girls game. 

We will recognize bowling, cheerleading, and boys/girls basketball seniors on Friday night.

Tonight's boys varsity game vs. Silver Grove will be rescheduled and we will communicate as soon as a definite date is set.

MAP testing will take place December 8 - 12 instead of December 1-4.

Next week, MAP Testing will take place for grades 7, 8, 9, and 10.  MAP testing dates are December 1-4.    Tested subject areas are Math, Reading, and Language Arts.  Attention senior students and parents, on Wednesday, December 5th we will hold our FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) meetings in the high school library from 6:00 – 7:00.  We hope to see every senior  and a parent at the meeting.  On behalf of Dayton High School we hope everyone enjoys their Thanksgiving break.  Classes will resume on Monday, December 1st.  Thank you!

Microsoft Office available to Students, Free!


Dayton Schools has enabled the free Micosoft Office 365 for Education licenses for any student with an active Dayton Schools student email address. Each student can install Office 365 on up to 5 computers, for Free.

There are two ways to get your installs.  The first way, simply log in to your school email account. Click the Gear icon and then Office 365 Settings.  Click the Software link to the left of the screen. You will then see the installation link for Office 365 for Education.

The second way, simply Click Here and then the green Find out if you're eligible  button. Enter your school student email address and follow the prompts to get to your installs.

Important Dates for Dayton HS

Important dates throughout the 2014-15 school year for Dayton High School. Click the image to expand.

 

Dayton Middle/High School Students Take History Trip

Dayton students in grades 8 and 9 are on an adventure of a life time. They are learning about the past in real time as they travel this week.  They stopped in Gettysburg on Day 1 to learn about the history of the Gettysburg Address and battle. They will continue their adventure all the way to Washington DC, our nations capital to learn about our nations history and government.  Follow their adventure HERE and on the Dayton High School Facebook Page.

Day 2 of the student's adventure and learning at the Gettysburg battlefield and sites in Washington DC.

Day 3 of the student's adventure and learning in Washington DC. They visited the Lincoln monument, mount Vernon, capital building, and other sites of interest during this day.

 

2014 Track and Field State Championships

At the 2014 Track & Field State Championships, the Dayton Greendevils had 11 events  qualify.

Girls

4x800 Relay

4x200 Relay

4x400 Relay

800 Meter Dash

400 Meter Dash

Shot Put

 

Boys

4x200 Relay

100 Meter Dash

200 Meter Dash

800 Meter Dash

Discus

 

Medal Winners

3rd Place -- Megan Downard in the 800 -- New School Record 8th Place -- Ryan Meyer in the 800

 

Powder Puff Game Raises $572 for Elementz Organization

Great fundraiser for Dayton and Bellevue High Schools!  This fundraiser raised $572 and added to a previously raised $250 for Elementz. Elementz is an organization that empowers inner-city youth through the arts. ( http://elementz.org/wp/about/our-mission/ )

Check out our Facebook Fan Page for more photos - http://www.facebook.com/DaytonHSky

Powder Puff Game, DHS vs BHS for charity

Powder Puff Game!

In cooperation with Bellevue Independent Schools, come out and support the girls as they raise money to benefit Elementz. The students in the NKU class have come up with this wonderful idea to have some fun and support a charity in the process.

Drug Free Club Pancake Dinner

The Drug Free Club Pancake Dinner fundraiser has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 18th from 5:30-6:30 p.m.  The cost is just a $5 donation for all you can eat pancakes while supplies last.  Please come out and support the students. 

Mr. Long is Our Shining Knight
Congratulations to Mr. Ed Long for receiving the 5th Annual Queen City Classic Shining Knight Award! Mr. Long is very deserving of this award as he has been a longtime advocate for the game of chess here in the Greater Cincinnati Area. Mr.... Long has been the spark that has ignited a fire for our students here at Dayton as he has started a program teaching ALL second and third grade students how to play chess.

He has also started an after school chess club for the middle school and high school!

Congratulations Mr. Long!
Way to GROW!

http://www.proscan.com/Cris-Collinsworth-ProScan-Fund/Home-1084.html
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Middle School Students Trip to Gettysburg and DC Fundraiser

Hello all of my fellow Devils,

I have applied online at http://www.DonorChoose.org/ for financial help for our Gettysburg/DC trip, as we still need a little more help. I know that many of you give and give to help our students and if it is not possible for you to give this time around I understand. However, if 50 people donate $20 towards our trip via DonorsChoose we will meet our goal. Over the next 7 days, DonorsChoose will match dollar for dollar. So please consider making a donation, ANY amount will be greatly appreciated. Please pass this information along to anyone that you think might be willing to help. To donate, click here: http://tinyurl.com/mn9ebp4

Thank you so much,
Melissa Hawkins, Dayton Middle School English Teacher

Stand for The Silent Meeting

Students: The Stand for The Silent Meeting will be held in Mrs. Montgomery's room on Monday March 10, 2014 at 3:00 pm.

Come help end bullying at Dayton Middle/High School.

Follow the movement on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SFTSorg or the Stand for The Silent web page http://www.standforthesilent.org/

College and Career Readiness Night

The College and Career Readiness Night that was scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, February 4,  has been canceled due to weather.

The Pancake Dinner sponsored by the Drug Free Club has also been canceled.

Congratulations to our Students and Teachers for Big Gains!
Congratualations to the Students and Teachers!
Dayton HS Practical Living Students, Supporting Others

Dayton High School Practical Living students are requesting donations of toiletry items to help those in need. As part of our hygiene unit, students learned that good personal hygiene is essential to maintaining a healthy self - both emotionally and physically.

Practical Living Students are requesting toiletry items such as deodorant, soap, tooth-paste / tooth-bush / floss, shampoo,  cosmetic bags, etc... Once donations arrive, students will create toiletry kits to distribute throughout the district as well as to homeless shelters in the NKY community (this depends on how many kits we can create). Students are also asking for donations of fast food gift cards to place in the toiletry kits. If you prefer to make a monetary donation, the students can purchase the items.  

If you are able to help, please contact April Brown at 859-292-7486. You may send donations to the attention of April Brown, 200 Green Devil Lane, Dayton, KY 41016. All checks should be payable to Dayton High School.  

Vocational School Orientation Night! Thursday, August 9th, at 6:00pm

Parents and students!  Vocational school orientation night is on Thursday, August 9th, from 6:00-7:00pm If you have questions or you'd like to get more information, contact Mrs. Embry at rian.embry@dayton.kyschools.us. 

CERT Testing

All Dayton Middle School students will have CERT Testing beginning next week from April 24-28.  Students will be tested in Reading, Math, Science, and English.  CERT testing is used to determine student schedules for the 2017-18 school year.  Please emphasize to your son/daughter the importance of a good night of sleep, eating breakfast, being on time for school, and giving a good faith effort during testing.  Good luck Greendevils!

Dayton Readifest

Need school supplies? What to register for the School Based Health & Dental Plans?

Come to Dayton High School gym on August 4th from 1pm - 3pm for Dayton Readifest!

Yearbook Sales

Yearbooks are still for sale for $55. Please order and/or pay for your yearbook before May 13th! You can do so by contacting Mrs. Webster (sarah.webster@dayton.kyschools.us) or going to jostens.com to order online.

 

Friday School

Information regarding Friday School: Beginning Friday, March 4th any student failing two or more classes will be required to serve an academic detention referred to as “Friday School”.  Friday school will run from 3 to 6pm each Friday.

If your child is assigned Friday school, you will be notified through the contact information listed within Infinite Campus.  Please make sure the school has updated contact information for each of your children. 

Seniors & Parents: FASFA Help

The Guidance Department at Dayton High School will be hosting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) workshop for senior students and their parents/guardians on Thursday, January 21, 2016 from 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Activities for Next Week

Monday (Feb. 23rd)
5:00 boys 8th grade Dayton vs Campbell County
6:00 boys 8th grade Bellevue vs RA Jones
7:00 boys 8th grade winner of Dayton/Campbell County vs Newport

Tuesday (Feb. 24th)
5:00 girls 8th grade Campbell County vs RA Jones
6:00 girls 8th grade Tichenor vs Sharp
7:00 girls 8th grade winner of Campbell/RA Jones vs Bracken

Wednesday (Feb. 25th)
 

2014 Yearbooks

2014 Yearbooks have arrived!

Buy one today for $55.00 and keep your high school memories forever.

If you ordered a yearbook, Please pick it up at the high school.

See Mrs. Spahr in room 123

Thanks and Go Greendevils!

2014-15 Supply Lists - Dayton MS/HS

Dayton Middle School Supplies - Click Here to Download

Dayton High School Supplies Updated - Click Here to Download

Mr. Workman (Health/PE) -  One   1" 3 ring binder

Mr. Jefferson -  Pens?/Pencils and Notebook with more than 100 pages

Mr. Newsome - Spanish - Pencils and  Note cards

Softball Update

Congratulations to our 2014 Conference Champion softball team.  This season was full of accomplishments. The team worked very hard on the field to improve their game and competed very closely with all opponents. This season the Lady Devils fielded two complete teams and was able to finish the season at .500.  Thanks to all the parents and fans for their support throughout the season and we can't wait until next season.  Go Devils!

Senior Nikki Brooks recipient of the Roger Grein Spirit of Philanthropy Award

Wednesday, May 7, 2014 Senior Nikki Brooks received the highest honor, the Roger Grein Spirit of Philanthropy Award.   This award is given to the student that best embody the spirit of philanthropy, in which the Magnified Giving - Student Philanthropy, program strives to teach.

For more information on this non-profit program, visit http://www.magnifiedgiving.org/about

For more photos, visit our Facebook Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/DaytonHSKY

Girls Soccer Program Spring Meeting

SBDM Council

Dear Parents,

Dayton Middle and High Schools are seeking parents to serve on our Site Based Decision Making Council (SBDM).  We need two parent representatives for our next academic year.  By serving on this council you will be helping to make decisions and write policies that will shape the future of DMS/DHS.  Council members meet once monthly for 1-2 hours.  In addition, SBDM council members serve as a hiring committee to select our future educators.  If you are willing to make a commitment to serve on our SBDM council, please fill complete the form and return to Mrs. Brandenburg in the main office by April 15, 2014. 

Downloadable Form

DHS Fine Arts Festival

Celebrate the arts with Dayton High School's 6th annual Fine Arts Festival  Thursday, March 20, 5:30 - 730pm.  There will be student art work including wood working designs, Spanish projects and the Book Fair in the Library Media Center. Enjoy a free spaghetti dinner in the cafeteria and the band concert will conclude the evening beginning at 7:00pm in the gymnaisium.

To make reservations for dinner contact Cheryl Spahr by Monday, March 17 @ 859-292-7486 or cheryl.spahr@dayton.kyschools.us

Public Notice - Notice of Board Vacancy

The Kentucky Commissioner of Education is seeking applicants to be considered for appointment to the Dayton Independent Schools Board of Education.  You are invited to nominate yourself or someone you know who is qualified to serve on the Dayton Independent Schools Board of Education.
 

Application for Local School Board Appointment
Downloadable Form

Dayton Middle and High School, Supply Lists

Click Here to download the full list of school supplies. 

DHS SBDM Parent Nomination Form

Dayton High School Site Base Decision Making Council Parent Nomination Form - 2017-18

MS and HS School Supply Lists

The teacher's supply lists are now available online. Please click Read More below to get the entire list.

Regional Youth Leadership Class of 2017

Emma Rogg has been selected as a member of the Regional Youth Leadership Class of 2017!

Auto Tech - Certificate of SkillsUSA Participation

Two of our high school students received their Certificate of SkillsUSA Participation in Auto Technology at the Campbell County Area Technology Center. Congratulations to our students for their hard work and accomplishments!

Way to Grow!

 

 

Progress Reports

On Wednesday, February 4th we reached the halfway point of the 3rd quarter.  Teachers grades were due and had to be posted at 4:00.  All middle/high school students will receive their 3rd quarter progress reports on Friday, February 6th.

SBDM Council Parent Representatives

Congratulations to Angela Gonzalez and Barb Lund who were elected to the Dayton Middle and High School Site Based Decision Making Council!  We want to thank you for your commitment to serve, and we look forward to working with you in the year to come. 

STEM Trip to Gateway Community College

On Thursday, April 24th, Dayton High School students attended a STEM Field Trip to Gateway Community College and Fives (pronounced Fee-ves) Industries.  Twenty-three DHS students received the opportunity to learn about post-secondary options at Gateway, such as the potential to attend college for free while simultaneously working as an apprentice for one of the multiple industries.

    

Gateway staff began the day by quickly grabbing our student’s attention with Youtube videos about cutting edge technology. Gateway students are being trained and educated to utilize this technology, such as 3d printing.  From there, our students participated in cool hands on engineering and electrical activities.  Our students also received a quick tour around campus where they observed a multiple interactive...

 

Health Point Enrollment Forms - Online

The Health Point Health Center enrollment forms are now available online to download and print.  Click the Forms & Links button to the right to get access to these forms. Simply download the form and print to complete.

The HIPPA Privacy Notice is available to you for your information so that you are informed of your HIPPA Privacy Rights. You may download and print the notice if you choose, but it is not needed for the Health Center enrollment.

Health Point School Based Health Center Sees First Patient!

Health Point opens school-based health center at Lincoln Elementary.

                Health Point Family Care of Northern Kentucky opened a school-based health center April 10 at Lincoln Elementary School in the Dayton Independent Schools.  The health center also will be available to Dayton High School students.

                The Lincoln Health Center will be open on Thursdays, staffed by Health Point nurse practitioner Joanie Combs.  Services include physical exams, immunizations, and diagnosis and treatment of illness.  Parents must enroll their children in the school-based health center before services can be provided.

                School-based health centers provide many advantages for students and their parents, including:

  • The nurse practitioner has the training and authority to diagnose illness and prescribe medication.         
  • Provides convenient, inexpensive care where children already spend most of their day.
  • Overcomes problems of working parents, no transportation, and lack of health insurance.
  • Reduces absenteeism due to illness.

Health Point also operates school-based health centers in the Covington, Erlanger-Elsmere and Boone County school districts.        

Health Point is a non-profit primary care medical and dental practice, serving about 28,800 low-income and uninsured patients at health centers in Covington, Latonia, Bellevue, Florence and Nicholasville, Ky.

No more early release days this year

Parents and Guardians:

This Wednesday, March 12, 2014 will be a full school day. Due to the amount of snow days we had this year, we will be using our three make up days we have on the calendar. We already used February 14, 2014 and will use both March 14, 2014 and May 30, 2014 as school days.  We will make the last three early release days; March 12, March 19, and March 26, 2014 as full school days.

If you have any questions, please contact the board office at 859-491-6565.

The YMCA - 2nd Annual Murriner Culinary Experience Fundraiser

The YMCA is rasing funds to help in their scholarship program.

All of the proceeds raised from this event will provide scholarships to individuals and families struggling in our community. The Campbell & Kenton County YMCAs provide over $100,000 in scholarships each year that allow for participation in our programs and services that otherwise would financially be inaccessible. You could help provide child care for a single, working mom. Your generosity could support our military veterans recovery from their physical and emotional wounds. Your help might also keep a child safe around water this summer. 

Download the Flyer Here

 

Another Step Forward

Today at Dayton High School our students are taking another step forward as we advance our use of technology.These students are using new Surface2 RT tablets to access information and resources in a one to one/on time way.

Here We Grow! Schools Jump in Scores
Dayton Indepenent Schools celebrate today as the test scores are released and we show our students are growing. School's test scores are up from the previous year showing that our students are getting it.

 

 

Summer Library Hours

This summer the library will be open Monday - Thursday from 10am to 2pm for students to check out books, read in a quiet place, or work on summer projects. (During th week of 6/27 - 7/1 the library will be open only on Tuesday & Thursday from 11 - 1pm.

We will also be having activities on Thursdays during the summer!

Public Auction Notice

Dayton Independent Schools will be hosting an auction/sale on Saturday May 7th at Dayton High School, 200 Greendevil Lane, Dayton, KY.  The auction will be a minimum bid auction.  Bids will be taken on all items on Thursday May 5th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. and then on Saturday May 7th from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.  Bidding will end at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday.  Items up for auction/sale are Industrial Arts equipment and some technology items.

New Grading Scale

Dayton Middle and High School has adopted a new grading scale.

SBDM Policies

As we strive to increase transparency, Dayton High School has linked the SBDM Policies to our school website. It is important to review and understand the policies as we Inspire! Grow! and Engage! our students.

 

To access the policies visit our school website and hover the mouse over SBDM Council on the left side of the page under School Links. A link to access the Policies will appear. Click Policies.

 

SBDM Policies can also be accessed by clicking the link below:

http://www.dayton.kyschools.us/content_page2.aspx?schoolid=1&cid=230

 

 

Teen Center Soccer Clinic

Craig Smith, Golf Outing

Come and enjoy a day of golfing with friends and family at Flagg Springs Golf Course in California Kentucky, Saturday June 21, 2014 and support the students at Dayton High School.

Click the registration image below to download the registration form!

NKYFAN.COM...Skyline Spotlight: Dayton's Dylan Adams

Dylan Adams has had an unusual start to the 2013 football season. After starting at quarterback last year as a freshman on the varsity level, Adams came into this year expecting to pick up where he left off. A dislocated pinky and ring finger set him back in the preseason though, and he was moved to the slot receiver position. He was then moved back to quarterback this week when his replacement suffered a concussion.

To read more click on this link:

http://nkyfan.com/2013/09/skyline-spotlight-dylan-adams/

Dayton HS

 

Lincoln

School was Dayton’s first high school, opening in the fall of 1888 and holding its first graduation in 1891. Lincoln School served as a high school until a new Dayton High School opened in 1904.  Lincoln then was used as an elementary school for another 48 years until a fire took that building, and a new building was built.  The first Dayton High School building served as the high school from 1904 – 1924 until it burned down. 

 

SBDM Dates for 2016

Dates for meetings in 2016

Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following students who were nominated as Students of the Month for January:

Kaitlynn Hall - 7th Grade

Cierra Collins - 8th Grade

Cassie Hammonds - 9th Grade

Jordan Robbins - 10th Grade

Krista Ackerson - 11th Grade

Sarah Harding - 12th Grade

These students will be recognized at our next school board meeting on Wednesday, January 28th at 6:00 pm.

Congratulations Devils!

Nurturing Parenting Programs Announcement

Dayton High School Band Collaborates With Campbell County Library

Celebrate the Freedom to Read during this year’s Banned Books Week!

Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community –- librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types –- in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.

Visit the link below to see the Dayton High School band collaborate on this project:

http://www.cc-pl.org/banned

 

21st Century After School Programs

Parents and Guardians, the 21st Century is offering students several afterschool activiies that include homework help. Please read, sign, and return to the Dayton High School either or both of the permission forms listed below.

21st Century Activities
Permission Form

Chess Club
Permission Form