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Kitchen Staff provides meals for kids

Kitchen Staff provides meals for kids

Since the last day of classes March 16 all employees of the Dayton School District have been working together to provide for the needs of our students. One of the first...

K-5 Homework Packets

K-5 Homework Packets

Reading and math packets for grades K-5 can be found in the documents section of our website or at the following link: Homework Folder For more information or if you are...

School Closure information

Message from Superintendent Doug Johnson Monday March 16, 2020 Dear Dayton School District Staff and Families: Dayton schools will be open all day Monday,...

4/5 Last Ski Day is March 6th

4/5 Last Ski Day is March 6th

Due to the flooding on February 7th the 4th & 5th grade students got a late start on their ski program for 2020. Friday, March 6th will be the last day for this year's...

Dr. Seuss Breakfast Friday, March 13th

Dr. Seuss Breakfast Friday, March 13th

Parents, grandparents, community members and friends are invited to join us in a breakfast of green eggs & ham in the Dayton School District cafeteria Friday, March 13th...

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Tue, Apr 14 , 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Wed, Apr 15 , 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Wed, Apr 15 , 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Mon, Apr 20 , 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Thu, Apr 23 , 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Tue, Apr 28 , 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Sat, May 2 , 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sat, May 2 , 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sat, May 2 , 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Doug Johnson

Doug Johnson

2 days ago

While the Governor has closed schools to children physically attending school he has told both school districts, children and families that learning must continue. Teachers and students must both participate if we are going to be successful. Be engaged - continue to learn

Nicki Luper

Nicki Luper

2 days ago

A Message from the WIAA. I hope all of our students and families are navigating the current stay at home orders and taking the precautions necessary to keep everyone healthy. We have been in a holding pattern since March 16th as to what the status of our athletic programs would be for this year. The WIAA has had several options for member schools to consider and were ready to implement them as soon as possible. It is with a heavy heart that a decision has been made to cancel all sport seasons and tournaments for the remainder of the current school year. The message from the WIAA is as follows. " The WIAA has received clarification that the order issued by Governor Inslee on Monday includes the cancellation of all in-person extracurricular athletics and activities through the end of the school year. This will include all regular season contests and practices as well as all postseason tournaments and championship events. The decision was undoubtedly a difficult one for Governor Inslee. However, it was done so to keep the students and families of Washington safe. The WIAA Executive Board and the WIAA Staff feel for those students around the state that have had their seasons or careers cut short. This terrible disease has not only prevented students from creating lifelong memories through competition, it has limited the valuable lessons gained through participation in education-based athletics and activities." Mick Hoffman WIAA Executive Director The excitement for the D-W Spring sports season was encouraging with students preparing for their first contest s and participation numbers up. To know our students will not have the positive experiences, memories and opportunities to participate in a sport this spring is difficult. This is especially true for our seniors. Many of our senior athletes have played 3 sports a year and participated all 4 years in some programs. To not have the opportunity to finish out their senior year after dedicating themselves for 4 years is heartbreaking. Thank-you seniors for your commitment, leadership and representing D-W in a positive manner for 4 years. We would also like to thank the families and fans of our student athletes for your support and encouragement. Thank-you to all of our coaches and their tireless efforts to prepare our athletes, mentor them and give them life skills. Should updates be made or changes made we will let you know promptly. Take care and stay well.

Doug Johnson

Doug Johnson

2 days ago

Check out the news article on our Food Service heroes in our New Section view image

Doug Johnson

Doug Johnson

7 days ago

We will be observing our Spring Break week April 6-10. Our offices will be closed. Food service will continue. Contact District office or email Superintendent Johnson for assistance. Students are encouraged to take advantage of the activities and resources provided by teachers.

Doug Johnson

Doug Johnson

15 days ago

We have now completed three days of meal service and the numbers are at 150 plus and moving up. We have checked out about 75 chromebooks and are working on a solution to connect more students to internet. If you need something give us a call. Thanks to everyone assisting view image

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