The last dress check date for the Junior Senior Banquet will this Saturday March 25th from 10:00am-12:00pm. The dress check will be in Room B307 in the high school.
On March 9, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) issued a statement regarding the online feature allowing families and students to retrieve data electronically from their tax return into the FAFSA. The Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) has been suspended. This was done due to concerns about the potential for misuse by identity thieves.
The FAFSA is still available and can be completed. Applicants will need to manually enter information from their tax return transcripts.
The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) issued a letter to the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, and the Chief Operating Officer of Federal Student Aid, Jim Runcie, to encourage swift action for a resolution. The letter was supported by the National Association of College Admission Counseling (NACAC,) National College Access Network (NCAN,) and The Institute for College Access and Success (TICAS).
Again, students can and should still complete their FAFSA. While inconvenient, it does not stop the application process.
Stay tuned to www.nasfaa.org for more information as it become available.
OACAC Government Relations Chair
DC Connect Resources Page
Did you know that the Resources page in DC Connect has lots of helpful information, documents, forms, links, etc.? These resources include medical forms and instructions in the Health Services section and a wide variety of items in the Forms and Helpful Information section, including lunch menus, bus routes, uniform order form, field trip permission form, EMA form, and links to DynaCal, OneCall Now, Warrior Daily Blog, the cafeteria meal payment portal, and much more.
To access this information, click on the Resources button near the top left of your DC Connect window, as shown below. Then click on the Forms and Helpful Information icon or the Health Services icon to find the details. Additional resources will be posted here in the months ahead, so check the Resources page first if you don’t know where to find this type of long-term information (school news and announcements will continue to be posted to the News section).
If you have students in more than one school level, you will see buttons at the top of the Resources page for each school level of your children. It does not matter which school level you choose because the Resources pages are the same for each level.
The link to OneCall Now is the newest addition to the Forms and Helpful Information section. You can use the link to OneCall Now to add additional phone numbers for our emergency notification system.
If you have questions about DC Connect, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents of Seniors,
Auditions will be held next week for music selections for our 2017 Commencement. If your child has been blessed with a musical talent, please encourage them to audition. More information can be picked up in the high school office.
Guidance would like to meet with Juniors and their Parents to prepare them for the college application process.
When: Thursday, March 16th @ 7:00 PM
Where: DC Cafeteria
What: We will cover the following topics……
Applying to colleges:
- Application process overview
- How to request teacher recommendations
- How to request transcripts for applications
- Searching for and applying for scholarships
- Financial Aid
- GPA Calculations, Rankings, etc.
Please make every effort to attend.
Starting with the Class of 2018 students must earn at least 18 points on seven end-of-course state tests. The points earned from these tests will accumulate to fulfill their graduation requirement. Students currently taking any of the following subjects will be administered the End of Course (EOC) exam during the week of March 27th – 31st.
English 9, English 10, Algebra 1, Geometry, Biology,
American History, American Government
We have created the following assessment schedule to accommodate the testing needs and still maximize classroom instructional time. Periods marked with * are test times.
Monday, March 27th Begin End
Period 2 * 8:15 9:47
Period 4 9:51 11:23
Period 6 * 11:27 12:59
Lunch 12:59 1:26
Period 8 1:30 3:00
Tuesday, March 28th Begin End
Period 1 * 8:15 9:47
Period 3 9:51 11:23
Period 5 * 11:27 12:59
Lunch 12:59 1:26
Period 7 1:30 3:00
Wednesday, March 29th Begin End
Period 2 8:15 9:47
Period 4 * 9:51 11:23
Period 6 11:27 12:59
Lunch 12:59 1:26
Period 8 * 1:30 3:00
Thursday, March 30th Regular Chapel Schedule
Friday, March 31st Begin End
Period 1 8:15 9:47
Period 3 * 9:51 11:23
Period 5 11:27 12:59
Lunch 12:59 1:26
Period 7 * 1:30 3:00
Attention students applying to Clark State Community College for College Credit Plus. Dayton Christian School will be providing the opportunity for you to take the admittance test, Accuplacer, at the school. The two test dates are:
Friday, March 17th @ 3:15 PM
Tuesday, March 21st @ 3:15 PM
Students should report to D117 immediately after school. Testing will begin promptly at 3:15 PM. Students should plan to be here until at least 5:00 PM.
Students needing this test but unable at attend these dates should make plans to take the test at one of the Clark State sites as soon as possible. Students must have completed the application to Clark State at least two days prior to testing to be admitted to the testing session.