Project Linus Blanket

Students in Mrs. Lovgren's class made a blanket for Project Linus.

Gingerbread House

Students in Mrs. Bryan's class created a Gingerbread house to display at the Christmas Kickoff in Dayton

Pie in Cups

Second and third graders in Mrs. Bryan's class are working on procedural ("how to") writing. They made "pie in a cup" and then wrote about it using transition words.

Edible Construction Project

Winning entry in Ms. Frankie's 8th grade math class.

On to State!!

The DHS Volleyball team is "on to state" after winning the District Championship game.

District Champs

Congratulations to the DHS Volleyball team on winning the District Championship.

Readers Theater

10th grade World History students perform a Readers Theater about the death of King Louis XVI

Halloween Fun

Our elementary principal and staff dressed up as characters from the Wizard of Oz.

Historical Halloween Party

Students in Ms. Hutchen's history class dressed up for a historical Halloween party.

Harvest Festival

Elementary students attended the Fall Festival with Vicki Lewis and other fabulous volunteers. PTSO sponsored this event.

Knowledge Bowl in Action

DHS students competing in a local Knowledge Bowl competition.

Sign in the MS Hallway

Sign encourages students to "enjoy the journey".

Middle School Signs

Encouraging signs in the middle school hallway

Poetry Cafe

Ms. Allen's creative writing class works on a rendition of "Poetry Cafe" with treats provided by Mrs. Wessels.

Trip to Local Business

Mr. McCann's 8th grade students visit Snapdragon Floral & Gifts to learn about running a small business.
Nov 28 2016 Position open for a Gear-Up Academic Specialist in the Dayton High School.
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Nov 28 2016 The Dayton School District is looking for substitutes for classroom aides and in our kitchen. For more information please contact Jana Eaton at 509-382-2543. EOE
Nov 28 2016 Click the following link to report student concerns quickly!!
Anonymous Alerts
Nov 28 2016 "Highly Capable students are students who perform or show potential for performing at a significantly advanced academic level when compared with others of their age, experiences or environments.

Students who qualify for highly Capable are served in the regular classroom through, but not limited to, alternate activities, enrichment activities, flexible grouping, and/or independent projects.  Parents, teachers, and community members may refer a student to begin the process of evaluating students for this program thru December 16, 2016.  More information can be found on the district website under Policies (Policy 2190)."
Letter from the Principal
Policy Page


Dec 07 2016 There will be a School Board meeting Wednesday, December 7th at 6:00 p.m. in the District boadroom.
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Message from the Superintendent

Superintendent Johnson's letter to parents and community members.

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Our mission is to promote academic excellence, active citizenship, and provide all students with the opportunity to become productive members of society. 

Strategic Plan

Progress Report

Annual Report Card

ASB Annual Reports

BULLDOG ALLIANCE NEWSLETTER

The District is required to provide Annual Notifications to the Public.  If you have questions or need more information, please contact the District office at 509-382-2543

Notifications to the Public