Applications for the DCABC Scholarship are due May 4th. Please see the linked flyer for more information.
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 this week. We will schedule any make up testing next week.
Tuesday, April 10th ELA 1 & 2 (9th & 10th Grades)
8:15 – 9:45 (Periods 1 & 2)
Wednesday, April 11th Algebra 1 & Geometry (9th & 10th Grades)
9:49 – 11:20 (Periods 3 & 4)
Thursday, April 12th Biology (10th Grade)
11:47 – 12:57 (Periods 5 & 6)
Friday, April 13th History (10th Grade)
1:30 – 2:40 (Periods 7 & 8)
- Grades listed above are the primary grade of testers. There are a few exceptions.
- Students testing with accommodations have been given their testing schedule.
Congratulations to Luke Miller who competed this past weekend in the USA Powerlifting High School National Championships. Luke placed 13th in the 93 kg weight class. Super Job!
Our student body, grades 5 thru 12, will be going to see “I Can Only Imagine” this Thursday morning. We are so appreciative that many of your students have already turned in their permission slips but some have not. Please help us as we must gather this information by tomorrow morning to know how many tickets to purchase. Even if your student is not going to be in attendance we need the permission denied portion filled out. We have attached another form in case your student may have misplaced their copy. Thank you for your help!
If you missed out on last year’s parent summit on Media Wars in the Home and this year’s summit on Sexting and Pornography you have another chance to attend. Mrs. Reynolds will be presenting an updated and revised presentation for the community at Springboro High School on Thursday, March 22 at 7:00 PM. This presentation will give information on media addiction, current trends in teen use, dangers of sexting, and what to do about addiction to pornography. Chief Jeff Kruithoff and Officer Aaron Nicley will also be speaking.
This is a reminder that if you are planning on taking a CCP class, the deadlines for submitting requests for CCP funding is coming up soon! Please ensure you have completed all items on your checklist by the due dates.
If you are taking American Sign Language you will need to apply to Clark State and take their placement testing. If you do not receive CCP hours, you will still need to enroll with Clark State and pay out of pocket. There is not a high school only option for the 18-19 school year.
If you are planning on taking Psychology Dual Enrollment at Dayton Christian, you will need to enroll with Mount Vernon Nazarene as a dual enrollment student. ACT scores are utilized for acceptance into this program. If you do not currently have scores but have taken the ACT, please alert MVNU that you will send scores as soon as they are available.
All students considering Costa Rica – If you are still planning on attending or have decided to attend, you must register by midnight on Thursday, March 22 to receive the new student and early enrollment discounts of $700. Register online at https://www2.educationaltravel.com/Reynolds-221.