Quarter One Report Cards are available on DC Connect for parents and students. You will find it on your main page under “Performance”. http://connect.daytonchristian.com Instructions for login were sent twice via email. Please check for instructions there prior to calling the school.
Parent Teacher Conferences
Conferences will be held in the Library, and you may visit any or all of your student’s teachers. Please bring a list of the classes that your student is taking for your convenience. From 1:00-4:00 PM, the teachers will be seated at tables and you can drop by anytime. However, conferences are limited to five minutes per teacher. From 5:00-8:00 PM, conferences will be limited to five minutes per teacher and are assigned according to your last name (see below). If more time is needed, please plan to come on Friday or schedule another time to meet with the teacher.
Thursday, October 27th
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
- Open time to meet with teachers.
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
- Dinner Break for teachers
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM (These times are just a guideline to assist with overcrowding.)
- Last names, A-F….5:00-5:45pm
- Last names, G-L….5:45-6:30 pm
- Last names, M-R….6:30-7:15 pm
- Last names, S-Z……7:15-8:00 pm
Friday, October 28th
If you cannot attend the conferences on Thursday, you are invited to visit your student’s teachers in their classrooms on Friday between 8:00-11:30 AM and 12:15-3:00 PM.
If you run out of time and do not get to meet with some of your student’s teachers, please use the sign-up sheet available from each teacher to make other arrangements for a conference.
Many of the following teachers are part-time at this campus and will be available during the times listed below. If you would like to meet with them, but are unable to do so at the times they are available, you can email the teacher directly to set up another time.
The You Can Count on Me scholarship program is designed to recognize high school students who have a desire to pursue post-secondary education and/or training. During the 2016 – 2017 school year, ten students will be chosen to receive a $2,500 scholarship. Additionally, a donation of $250 will be made to the student’s school district in the name of the teacher he/she wishes to recognize. Recipients will be announced beginning late February, with a culminating awards program taking place in May, 2017 recognizing all scholarship recipients.
Any high school senior who is currently enrolled in a public or private school, and who resides in Montgomery, Warren, or Greene County, or who attends Miami Valley Career Technology Center or Greene County Career Center may apply.
Additional criteria for eligibility include:
- The applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater at the time of application submission
- The applicant must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater at the time of graduation
- The applicant must graduate in the 2017 academic year
- The applicant must be in good disciplinary standing with the school of enrollment at the time of graduation
- The applicant must enroll in a post-secondary education or training program beginning no later than the fall of 2017.
Examples of post-secondary education and training programs include, but are not limited to:
- A community college
- A four-year college
- A trade or technical school
- A program which culminates in the award of a State-recognized licensure
Students must remain in good ethical standing within their schools and communities. Scholarships may be denied or withdrawn should the recipient conduct himself/herself in a manner deemed unethical or illegal by the school district or community.
All students will need to apply online at www.youcancountonme.org. Again, the deadline is December 31, 2016.
These students are taking the challenge to have one purpose, one impact. To impact one person at a time to make a difference in their community. #onecincy2016 #AMFChallenge #studentsunitetobuildit
Would you like to get started on your college credits while still in high school? College Credit Plus (CCP) might be a good option for you. If you plan to participate during the 17-18 school year, you must attend one of the meetings to be held on Tuesday, November 1st or Monday, February 13th at 7:00 PM in the cafeteria. The school will provide updated information on the CCP program, how to qualify, and how to request funding. Several local public and private colleges will be in attendance to answer your questions about participation at their institution. Please plan to arrive by 6:45 PM to allow time to sign in prior to the meeting.
Mrs. Reynolds will be hosting a help session in the computer lab afterwards to assist you in creating an Ohio Department of Education SAFE account to request funding.
Due to Ohio regulations you must attend one of these sessions or one held at the CCP college of your choice in order to participate. The student and at least one parent is requested to attend.
Please read this CCP-Overview information packet.
Frequently asked questions: https://www.ohiohighered.org/ccp/faqs
Presentation of program: Ohio CCP Presentation