Thursday night, your Warriors of the Water traveled to Oxford, Ohio to Miami University to participate in the 15-Team Edgewood AquaCougars Invitational where they set 29 personal best records, 1 school record, and 1 meet record. After the final record setting race was completed, the scoreboard revealed your Lady Warriors finishing in 6th out of 15 teams, and the Warrior Men finishing in 2nd out of 15 teams! Highlights include Brooke Darkow winning both the 100 Freestyle and 50 Freestyle, setting a meet record in the process; Andrew Simmons with a 2nd Place in the 100 Backstroke and 1st place finish in the 500 Freestyle; and the Boys 400 Freestyle Relay of Ben Geiss, Elijah Joyce, Andrew Haines, and Andrew Simmons setting a school record with their 1st place finish.
Saturday the team was in Troy, Ohio to take on 3-time conference champs and state participants Troy Christian along with Hillsboro High school in a tri-meet. . 1st Place finishers include: Andrew Simmons in the 50 Free, Andrew Haines in the 100 Free, the girls 400 Relay Team of Esther Collins, Rachel Miller, Rebecca Skujins, and Nicole Keenan, and the boys 400 relay team of Ben Geiss, Elijah Joyce, Andrew Haines, and Andrew Simmons. Both the boys and the girls finished in 2nd place and our DC swimmers gained some valuable experience against the best our conference has to offer
DC Students Raise More Than $300K In 70 Days!
Dayton Christian students rallied together to raise money for their future gym. In just 70 short days, preschool to high school students pulled in $313,000 to help build the Warrior Center. Thank you to the families and friends who contributed to this great cause. As a result, students have earned another incentive:
MOVIE AND PJ DAY THIS WINTER WITH BILL’S DOUGHNUTS!
Date of incentive to be announced upon return from Christmas break
It’s the end of our 70-Day Dash, but not the end of the campaign
Donations may be made for the Warrior Center until Dec. 31
Give or pledge online – Go to www.daytonchristian.com/warriorcenter
Fill out a pledge form – Any amount, over period (one, two or three years)
Questions? Call Tim Entner in our finance department at 291-7215
The athletic booster club will be handing out their annual 6th man t-shirts at tonight’s boys basketball game vs. Troy Christian. Game time is 7:30 pm at Centerville High School. Join us this evening as the Warriors take on the Eagles in a key league contest. Free t-shirts, ugly Christmas sweater contest, Patriots Popcorn Kettle Corn, lots of Warrior fun at Centerville High School tonight!
Process for arriving late or leaving early on exam days.
- Students may arrive later to school if they do not have an exam scheduled for the first exam period of the day. Late arrivals should not come to school any earlier than 15 minutes before their scheduled exam time. Students will not be permitted late entry to an exam and will have to make-up the exam during January if they arrive after exam start time.
- Students may sign out after their exams are completed for the day. Students must bring a note (signed by a parent) to the High School office each day during the sign-out time between exams. Students that remain at the school for lunch and the afternoon study sessions will be expected to follow the schedule for the day and report to their classes. We need a note for our records of a student’s early dismissal each day.
- Here are the arrival/exit windows for each day of exams so as to not cause disruption.
- 7:30am to 8:15am
- 10:30am to 10:45am
- 12:45pm to 1:00pm
- 3:00pm regular dismissal
- No early dismissals from an exam
- Once the exam period has started, whether the exam is completed or not, students cannot leave early. Please schedule all appointments around the exam times. Our desire is to provide an environment that facilitates the least amount of disruption.
Missing an exam
- If a student misses an exam for any reason (sickness, vacation, etc), they will need to work with the teacher to make up the exam. Students must take the initiative to schedule this make-up exam with their teacher.
- Teachers will be collecting cell phones for the duration of the exam time. In the same way cell phones are not permitted for standardized testing (AP, ACT, etc.) students will not be permitted to access their cell phones during the exam period. If parents have an urgent message to give to a student, please call the high school office at 937-291-7285 and we will relay the message.
The DC Varsity Basketball Warriors did not disappoint last Friday night as they took on the LCA Knights, bringing home the first victory of the season, 70-53. The stands were packed and the fans on both sides were ready for a good fight. The first basket of the 2017-2018 season was a sprint down the court and dunk by Anton Webb. In total, Webb scored 19 points and 9 rebounds, and Matt Welker delighted the crowd with 30 points, making a total of 5, 3-pointers. What clinched the game was the Warriors outscoring Legacy 22-11 in the 4th quarter, sealing the deal against this tough rival.
There’s PLENTY of basketball to watch this week, so come on out and support our DC Basketball Warriors. JV games begin at 6:00 p.m.; Varsity games begin at 7:30 p.m.
- Tuesday-DC vs. Miami Valley School at Centerville HS (500 East Franklin St.)
- Friday- DC vs. Troy Christian at Centerville HS
- Saturday- DC vs. Dixie HS at Miamisburg MS (8668 Miamisburg-Springboro Rd.)
On Monday, January 15, 2018, The Centerville-Washington Diversity Council will host the annual breakfast in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with the Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell as thespeaker. Please follow this link to learn more about her work.
The organization has five complimentary student seats being held for our school . We are very thankful to our community sponsors who pay this breakfasts, which allows our students to attend the event free of charge.
The breakfast will begin promptly at 7:30 a.m. and conclude at 10 a.m. on Monday, January 15, 2018. This event takes place at the Golf Club at Yankee Trace, 10000 Yankee Street in Centerville, Ohio. Teachers and families can obtain tickets for $20 each at MLK Breakfast Tickets . Tickets surely will sell out well in advance of the breakfast, so please don’t wait!
If you are interested in attending, we will submit the names of the first 5 requesting students for these tickets. Anyone else wishing to attend will be able to purchase tickets through the organization. Email Mrs. Reynolds @ email@example.com if you would like to receive a complementary student ticket.
Tomorrow marks the first day of Drop/Add term for the Spring 2018 Semester. Please pick up a copy of the drop/add sheet from the Guidance Office or print from the link below. Complete the form in its entirety and submit to your advisor with your fee. First come – first serve. Closed classes are indicated with a grayed box on the form.
December 11 – December 19 Fee $5
January 2 – January 19 Fee $10