As a school system we have met our next incentive by raising over $100,000. Take a second to think about that. $100,000 and we are still going strong!! God is faithful!!
The incentive for raising this much money was supposed to be a lunch from Raising Canes. There have been petitions, voting, and lobbying to keep the money in the Warrior Center fund and to instead have another casual week. Our students and teachers requests has been approved. We will not be having a Raising Canes lunch and instead we will be having a casual week the week after Thanksgiving Break.
The momentum is as strong as ever and the school is excited for these efforts to push us over the top for Dayton Christian’s Warrior Center! If you have not gotten involved yet, please prayerfully consider doing so.
Your student should bring home his or her nut sale order today after school. If your student has a large order please come to school and pick up the order – large orders cannot go home on the bus.
Also, check the order carefully. Make sure that you received all your items. If there is a problem with your order please email, call or text Karla Herman at email@example.com or 369-7220.
If your student sold $20 or more an out of dress code ticket is attached to the order.
If your student received a monetary or gift card prize: Elementary students will get their prize from their teacher. Middle, High and Homeschool students – the prizes are in each school’s office. Go to your school’s office to collect your prize.
Thank you again for supporting the Fine Arts at DC!
Tuesday, November 21st
2-Hour Early Dismissal Bell Schedule
1st period 8:15-8:43
2nd period 8:47-9:15
3rd period 9:19-9:47
4th period 9:51-10:19
5th period 10:23-10:51
6th period 10:55-11:23
7th period 11:27-11:56
8th period 12:00-12:30
*Middle school or elementary siblings may not be picked up until their dismissal time.
Have you struggled to determine the right timing, words, and approach to educate your children about sex? Do you feel as though you can present the biblical view of sex in a way that positively impacts your child’s spiritual walk? How do you educate them about the realities of the world so that they can make wise choices?
Come join together with other parents tonight, Monday, November 13, 2017 at 7:00 PM in the A Building Auditorium as we discuss this important topic. This is Part 2 of a series for parents on the tough topics of the day, “Sex, Drugs, and Social Media”. Dr. Peter Reynolds, family medicine, will present the topic from a Christian physician, teacher, and parent perspective. There will be several books given away on the topic of sharing with your child about sex. Please see the dates below for future events.
Dayton Christian School
A Parent Summit Series:
Sex, Drugs, and Social Media
November 13 Sex Education and Teens
January 29 Media Wars II and Pornography
February 26 A Law Enforcement Perspective on the Opioid Epidemic
March 26 Bullying and Suicide Prevention
All events will take place in the Building A auditorium at 7 pm. Each topic will be addressed by experts in the field. $100 in gift cards will be awarded at each summit!
The Fine Arts Boosters need help with the Nut Sale Packing Day on Tuesday, November 14. We meet at 8:45 in Room D108 and we are usually done before noon. Coffee and donuts provided! If you can help anytime the morning of November 14, please contact Karla Herman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks to those who have already volunteered to help.
The school’s College Credit Plus (CCP) information session is set for January 22, 2018 at 7:00 PM in the Auditorium. This is a mandatory meeting for participation in College Credit Plus and Dual Enrollment at Dayton Christian for the 2018-2019 school year. There will be one make up session during lunch on January 23, 2018 in the Warrior Dining Room. If you are not able to attend one of these session you will need to make arrangements to attend the CCP meeting at the college of your choice in order to participate in CCP/DE credit. This is mandatory for all students, regardless of previous year’s participation in CCP.
There are some significant changes to the program for next year. The most important of which being that you must qualify for college readiness by meeting the benchmarks on one of the Uniform Statewide Standards assessments. Most college utilize the ACT or SAT but some may use an alternative test. For this purpose, we highly encourage you to take the ACT or SAT no later than February 2018 to have scores in hand for evaluation for participation.
Qualifying scores are listed below for these two tests.
Below is more information on qualifications for CCP.
1. Students must be remediation-free in accordance to one of the assessments in the Uniform Statewide Standards for Remediation-Free Status document.
2. If a student scores within one standard error of measurement (SEM) below the remediation-free threshold and the student has a 3.0 GPA, the student is eligible to participate
3. If a student scores within one SEM below the remediation-free threshold and the student receives a recommendation from a school counselor, principal or career-technical program advisor, the student is eligible to participate
Do you have questions? Please see Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Smith, or Mrs. Hendricks in guidance.