LAST NIGHT!!! Apply for CCP by end of day tomorrow!

DON’T LET THIS PROCESS DRIVE YOU TO MADNESS.  IF YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE, PLEASE EMAIL GUIDANCE@DAYTONCHRISTIAN.COM WITH YOUR PHONE NUMBER AND WE WILL GIVE YOU A CALL TO HELP!

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Steps for Nonpublic School Students to Apply for College Credit Plus

The deadline is April 1 for nonpublic school students to let the Ohio Department of Education know they want to participate in College Credit Plus next school year, so time is critical.  PLEASE FOLLOW ALL STEPS AND PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION TO STEP 2 IF YOU ARE TAKING SIGN LANGUAGE OR PSYCHOLOGY FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT ON DC CAMPUS NEXT YEAR.

STEP 1 – LEARN MORE ABOUT COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS AND COMPLETE YOUR SCHOOL COUNSELING REQUIREMENT

Review frequently asked questions about College Credit Plus here.

  • If you still have questions, contact the Ohio Department of Education toll-free at (877) 644-6338 or via email atccp@education.ohio.gov.

Complete the School Counseling Requirement before March 31.

  • Contact your student’s school counselor for this information.

STEP 2 – SUBMIT YOUR LETTER OF INTENT

If your child wishes to participate, email a signed letter of intent anytime between Feb. 15 – April 1 to CCPIntentLetter@education.ohio.gov.  Please CC or BCC guidance@daytonchristian.com when you send your letter of intent so we can be aware of upcoming needs to mail your transcript.  You can download the letter of intent hereNote: Students must declare their intent to participate, even if they participated last year.

  • Once you have emailed your intent letter, contact or check the websites of participating colleges in your area. All public and participating private colleges in the state are listed at ohiohighered.org/ccp.
  • Apply to the college or colleges of your choice. Once admitted to a college under College Credit Plus, the college will send your student an admission letter. Upload a copy of the admission letter to your College Credit Plus Funding Application. If your student gets an admission letter from more than one college, you must upload each college’s admission letter.(See Step 3.)
  • If you are taking Sign Language on DC Campus for Dual Enrollment you must apply to Sinclair CCP.  https://sinclair.hobsonsradius.com/ssc/aform/x67028C8lA70x6700lzs.ssc
  • If you are taking Pychology on DC Campus for Dual Enrollment you must apply to Mount Vernon Nazarene. http://www.gotomvnu.com/dualenrollment/application.php

STEP 3 – SUBMIT YOUR COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS FUNDING APPLICATION

STEP 4 – RECEIVE YOUR AWARD LETTER AND REGISTER FOR COLLEGE CLASSES

  • You will receive your funding award notification within your College Credit Plus Funding Application located in yourSAFE Account before May 15.
  • Once you receive your award notification, you can have your child register for college courses.

Last Week to Apply to CCP

Steps for Nonpublic School Students to Apply for College Credit Plus

The deadline is April 1 for nonpublic school students to let the Ohio Department of Education know they want to participate in College Credit Plus next school year, so time is critical.  PLEASE FOLLOW ALL STEPS AND PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION TO STEP 2 IF YOU ARE TAKING SIGN LANGUAGE OR PSYCHOLOGY FOR DUAL ENROLLMENT ON DC CAMPUS NEXT YEAR.

STEP 1 – LEARN MORE ABOUT COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS AND COMPLETE YOUR SCHOOL COUNSELING REQUIREMENT

Review frequently asked questions about College Credit Plus here.

  • If you still have questions, contact the Ohio Department of Education toll-free at (877) 644-6338 or via email atccp@education.ohio.gov.

Complete the School Counseling Requirement before March 31.

  • Contact your student’s school counselor for this information.

STEP 2 – SUBMIT YOUR LETTER OF INTENT

If your child wishes to participate, email a signed letter of intent anytime between Feb. 15 – April 1 to CCPIntentLetter@education.ohio.gov.  Please CC or BCC guidance@daytonchristian.com when you send your letter of intent so we can be aware of upcoming needs to mail your transcript.  You can download the letter of intent hereNote: Students must declare their intent to participate, even if they participated last year.

  • Once you have emailed your intent letter, contact or check the websites of participating colleges in your area. All public and participating private colleges in the state are listed at ohiohighered.org/ccp.
  • Apply to the college or colleges of your choice. Once admitted to a college under College Credit Plus, the college will send your student an admission letter. Upload a copy of the admission letter to your College Credit Plus Funding Application. If your student gets an admission letter from more than one college, you must upload each college’s admission letter.(See Step 3.)
  • If you are taking Sign Language on DC Campus for Dual Enrollment you must apply to Sinclair CCP.  https://sinclair.hobsonsradius.com/ssc/aform/x67028C8lA70x6700lzs.ssc
  • If you are taking Pychology on DC Campus for Dual Enrollment you must apply to Mount Vernon Nazarene.  http://www.gotomvnu.com/dualenrollment/application.php

STEP 3 – SUBMIT YOUR COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS FUNDING APPLICATION

STEP 4 – RECEIVE YOUR AWARD LETTER AND REGISTER FOR COLLEGE CLASSES

  • You will receive your funding award notification within your College Credit Plus Funding Application located in yourSAFE Account before May 15.
  • Once you receive your award notification, you can have your child register for college courses.

Quarter Three Report Cards Posted

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Quarter three report cards for grades 9-12 have been posted to NetClassroom. One more quarter to go!!!

 

A SAFE What Account??? CCP Help

If you are like the majority of parents and students across Ohio, you are struggling to figure out how to make a SAFE account with the Department of Education to manage funding for College Credit Plus.

Help is here!!!   Attached below is a help file that outlines the steps you must take to set up your safe account and request funding for CCP. If you need extra help, please contact Guidance or the college you will be taking CCP through.

College-Credit-Plus-Manual

They are all in this together…

Members of the cast of High School Musical receive final instruction after a long night of rehearsal. The excitement is building for the musical. Make plans to attend the weekend of April 21st!!

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Urgent Notice to Dual Enrollment Students

Attention Parents Who Have Students Enrolling to Sinclair to Take American Sign Language Courses on our Campus

   Please note that in order to receive the rate of $41.50 per credit for the American Sign Language course you MUST APPLY FOR CCP.    The cost will be  $41.50 per credit hour for all students who apply to the State of Ohio for Funding… whether they receive any funding or not.  For any credits credits not funded or taken above and beyond what is funded, the cost per credit hour will  be $41.50 as long as they have applied for CCP and funding from the State of Ohio. 

 If a family decides that they will NOT complete the State of Ohio Funding Application, for whatever reason, they will have to pay the regular, and higher tuition rate.  Again, as long as students apply for funding, they will pay $41.50 for anything over the funding they receive from the state of Ohio.

This is a clarification to the communication  that we sent out last week. We want to be certain you have the opportunity to submit your letter of intent for CCP as well as meet the other CCP enrollment deadlines.  Letter of intent and student authorization forms should be turned in THIS WEEK prior to Easter break!!!!!

Please see information here pertaining to the processes for CCP enrollment https://dcwarriordaily.com/2016/02/23/college-credit-plus-application-process-update/.

To gain admission to Sinclair Community College please visit, https://www.sinclair.edu/academics/k12/college-credit-plus/prospective-students/  Please pay close attention to the deadlines.

Resounding Joy Sings at Target Dayton

On Sunday, Resounding Joy led the evening worship service at Target Dayton Ministries.  Students arrived early to set up and then attended the volunteer orientation and prayer times with the regular volunteers.  RJ greeted folks as they arrived and after singing in the service, helped serve the evening meal.  About half of the RJ students had never been to Target Dayton before, but this was a great experience to prepare the group for their upcoming ministry trip to New York.  Many expressed interest in returning to serve at Target Dayton in the future.

Many thanks to Pastor Mark and Miss Cindi for letting us come and be a part of the ministry!  Below are some of RJ’s experiences with the folks at Target Dayton:Resounding Joy 2016-03022

  • My experience yesterday at Target Dayton was different than I ever expected.  I didn’t know what to expect coming in, really.  But it was an amazing opportunity for me to show Jesus through my words and my actions and to share God’s message through singing.  After I was done serving my table, I sat down with two guys at my table and just started talking with them… I consider myself unsocial when it comes to strangers, but I actually had a good conversation with people I’d only met 5 minutes before.
  • I met a man whose cousin went to Dayton Christian… the man was very nice and we talked about basketball.
  • We met a guy named Richard and talked about family and why our parents gave us the names we have.  We asked if there was anything we could pray for him.  He asked us to pray for his Dad who has diabetes.  It was challenging for me to start conversations, but if the person would talk, I could listen.
  • I talked to a man named Richard who once had a house and a job and lost them.  His story showed me how close we all can be to homelessness and poverty without God’s provision.  We forget how reliant we need to be on God and how blessed we truly are.
  • At Target Dayton, I met two people who were sitting together.  Their names were John and Jasmine.  It was really cool talking to John because he was from New York and had only lived in Ohio for about two years.  We talked to him about how we’re heading to New York on our ministry trip and he got really excited.  He started telling us about all the different street names and the winters there.  Jasmine told us about her daughter and how she’s lived in Ohio her whole life.  It was great talking to both of them.
  • Yesterday, I met an older man named Stevie.  He was very talkative and told me stories from his life.  One interesting thing he told me is that he’s legally blind.  Despite his sight impairments, he has a great attitude.  He told me he’d had problems with drugs and alcohol, and had gotten away from them because of the Lord several times and has struggled to stay clean.  He now helps others who are going through the same struggles he did and his past experiences help him relate to others who struggle with the same things.
  • At Target Dayton, I met several interesting people.  One man told me that I should continue to sing.  He said, whatever I did I should continue to sing and praise God.  He also told me that God would direct my path yesterday, today and forever.
  • I met a great man named Smiley who went to Dayton Christian many years ago and used to sing in the Choir when the Choir room was in the basement at the Homewood campus.  He was very encouraged by us singing at Target Dayton and was encouraging to me about how we sounded.  Everyone really seemed to enjoy us being there and they told us they were happy we had come.  I had the opportunity to pray with several people which was an encouragement to me and to them.
  • I met two young ladies who sing in the Target Dayton Choir and they expressed an interest in coming to Dayton Christian after they heard Resounding Joy sing.  They told me their favorite songs in the Target Choir are 10,000 Reasons, Amazing Grace and Break Every Chain.  It was neat to see Middle School students helping out at Target Dayton and using their gifts and talents for God.