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"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 directions

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.

Spelling Bee Winners - 2018

School Spelling Bee Winner - C. Chambers

 C. Chambers - School Spelling Bee Winner - 2018

Class Spelling Bee Winners:

Group Photo - Spelling Bee classroom winners


The following students participated in the 2018 Spelling Bee on February 6: 

4th Grader from Mrs. Sceifres class... Emily Hall
4th Grader from Mrs Schwierjohann's class... Hailey McVey
4th Grader from Miss Anderson's class... Lavery Hollingsworth

5th grader from Miss Centers' class... Rielee Chokie
5th grader from Mrs. Clayton's class... Kevin Buemi
5th grader from Mr. Clifton's class...Charlie Chambers

6th grader from Mrs. Burnette's class... Kayla Butcher
6th grader from Mrs. Ellison's class... Sammy Garcia
6th grader from Mrs. Hagaman's class... Illijah Maines

Congratulations goes to 5th grader Charlie Chambers  who won the 2018 Spelling Bee held at Lincoln Elementary. Charlie moves on to the final local Spelling Bee on March 17, 2018 at Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy at 2 pm.

Schools - Closed today February 7th

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

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.

Holiday Celebration - 2017

Watch us Live - 12/15/2017 at 1:00pm 


The Healthy Families Series

The Healthy Families Series - Flyer

LES Mumkin Sale!

Mumkin Sale

Lincoln Elementary is selling Mumkins and Mumsters again this year! Please contact Connie Levy, 859-292-7492, to place an order. Orders are due September 20th and will be ready for pick-up on Saturday, September 30th in the LES gym from 10am-1pm.   Here is a video with more information:

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....


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).

Lincoln Elementary Open Houses

**Important Dates**

LES Open House- Thursday, August 10th, 5:30-7pm (grades 1-6)

Kindergarten Open House- Monday, August 14th, 5:30-7pm

Preschool Open House- Tuesday, August 29th, 5:30-7pm

Lincoln Elementary - School Supply Lists

Lincoln Elementary School, school year 2017-18, supply lists are now available online.  Click the ...Read More link below for the complete list.

Dayton Drama Club presents - Little Mermaid, Jr

Night One


Night Two

Dayton Preschool Celebrations

Dayton Preschool Celebration Program. 

Morning Program

Afternoon Program

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

Lincoln Elementary - SBDM Nomination Form

Lincoln Elementary School Based Decision Making Council Nomination Form

6th Grade Trip to Frankfort

On March 15th our 6th grade class went on a field trip to Frankfort. The trip included a tour of our current state Capitol building, a tour of the KY History Museum, and a tour of the Old State Capitol. The students learned new things about the three levels of government which govern our state, as well as interesting facts and information from the history of our state from prehistoric time up to current day. 

6th Grade pictured in front of Capital Building, Frankfort, KY