Please enjoy the latest edition of the Title 1 Newsletter - you can find it here! https://www.smore.com/qera4t Save the date for Read & Rock - Family Fun! February 29. 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. in the MPR.
An update from our kitchen - Weather is affecting much of the country and has begun to take a toll on the lettuce harvest. Ms. Sofia is working to adjust our salad bar and keep things fresh and supplied according to what is available, thank you Ms. Sofia! An additional complication, one of our suppliers is experiencing a worker strike which will impact delivery of food, thank you for your patience as we work to plan for any disruption. Last but not least, our school closure last week caused changes to our current menu. Ms. Allicia is working diligently to keep everyone fed and happy and we couldn't be more grateful! Thank you Kitchen Staff for working so hard to feed and care for all of us!
Heating update: As of 2:15 today the boiler is up and running. School is scheduled to resume normal schedule on Monday January 22. Thank you for your patience!
Friday, January 19 - Dayton School will be CLOSED. The heating system will be receiving repairs throughout the day on Friday. Stay safe over the weekend.
Thursday January 18- Dayton school is ClOSED. Due to boiler issues there is no heat in the buildings.
Thursday January 18 - Dayton School will have a 2-HR DELAY. Please allow extra time to get safely to school due to ice and fog.
Due to inclement weather, tonight's School Board Meeting will be Zoom only. The following is a link to the meeting which starts at 6:30 p.m. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84225704737
Wednesday January 17, Dayton school is on time. Please continue to dress warm as buildings are slow to warm with the cold temperatures.
Tuesday,January 16, school will be on time. Buildings are cold and slow to warm up so please dress warm.
2 Hour delay is still in effect for Friday, January 12. Keep in mind busses may be running a bit slow. County roads are being plowed and every precaution is being taken for safety.
Friday, January 12. Dayton School will be on a 2 hour delay. Please take your time to get to school safely.
Information Alert update: Starting today, 1/11/2024, we will be adding KHQ, KXLY 920 AM and 100.7 FM to our update list for inclement weather. When weather happens, we will send out alerts, texts, calls, post to the website, Facebook and now TV and radio out of Spokane. Most importantly, verify your cell number in Skyward to guarantee it is current. Also, check that your notifications are turned on for the Dayton app. Thank you for helping us keep everything up to date. Call the District Office with any questions.
Wednesday, January 10, school will operate on a normal schedule. Please allow extra time to get there safely. Buses may run slow.
FAFSA night is happening, tomorrow night, Tuesday 1/9/2024, in the High School Media Center. 6:00 pm. Come, start your FAFSA journey!
Would you answer a few questions? We are seeking input from the community on the characteristics desired in our next Superintendent. Click the link to go to the survey. Thank you in advance! https://forms.gle/ztLDNf6yqELti5zHA
Just a reminder of the Parent Info night tonight at 6:30 in the HS Media Center. FAFSA information and updates. Look forward to seeing you there!
Middle & High School Families - Student-led Conferences are coming up. Next week, October 25-27 are the days set aside for this valuable conference to take place. What are student-led conferences and how are they different from the traditional parent/teacher conference? Student-led conferences are all about Ownership, Communication and Collaboration between student, parent and advisor. The 20-minute session allows students to present their High School and Beyond Plan, share progress towards their goals, challenges they are facing and discussion around their strengths and weaknesses. Student-led conferences are a great way for students to participate in their learning through every stage. It allows for collaboration and support around our future’s most valuable resources, our students. Talk to your student to make sure they have confirmed the appointment time and be ready to engage, learn and support.
Today we took part in the Great Shake Out, Earthquake and Evacuation drill. Student's and staff were alerted then listened to a minute-long recording that explained what to do and what to look for during an earthquake. After the drill we practiced the evacuation portion. Everyone did great and we are happy to report that all of our new tech and speakers, both inside and out, worked great.
Don't forget tonight you can step into STEM and explore the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. All the hands-on fun begins at 5:30 in the Dayton Elementary Multipurpose Room. We can't wait to see you all!
6-8th Grade Parents, Join us virtually on Mon, Oct 9th at 6:30pm for the 2025 Washington, D.C. trip meeting. If you haven't already, please RSVP now with this link: https://rsvp.worldclassrooms.com/rsvp/8656835077?rsvp_id=8656835077 Join meeting from home here: https://schooltrip.us/DaytonWA25 Don't miss out!