Preschool Supply List 2017-2018
Paper towel, Hand sanitizer, Baby wipes, Tissues, Glue sticks, Bottle paint- washable, Dry erase markers, Beginner size pencils, Change of clothes, Diapering items if not potty-trained, Backpack- large enough to hold a regular size folder or notebook
Kindergarten Supply List 2017 - 2018
Regular-sized backpack, 3 PLASTIC pocket folders with PRONGS (Walmart sells these), 1 box of pencils (Fat or Skinny), 2 boxes of crayons, 1 pack of twistable crayons, 4 BIG glue sticks, 2 packs of washable markers, 1 pack of dry-erase markers, 1 box of wipes, 2 boxes of tissues, 2 rolls of paper towels, 1 package of Paper Plates (No Styrofoam) BOYS ONLY: 1 bottle of hand sanitizer, 1 gallon-sized box of baggies with zipper, 1 water color paint set GIRLS ONLY: 1 sandwich-sized box of baggies with zipper, 1 4-pack of Play Doh
Please DO NOT put your child’s name on these items. All supplies will be shared among the class. Thank you!PLEASE NO PENCIL BOXES/BAGS!
1st Grade Supply List 2017-2018
Regular size backpack, 4 folders,2 Single Subject Wide-Ruled Spiral Notebooks, 2 packs of #2 pencils, At least 2 BAR erasers--NO Pencil Top Erasers, 2 boxes of Crayons (24 pack), 2 BIG Glue Sticks (preferably Elmer’s), 2 bottles of glue, 1 pack of washable markers, 1 box of wipes, 2 boxes of tissues, 2 rolls of paper towels, 1 pack of dry-erase markers BOYS ONLY: Gallon size zip-lock baggies, Paper plates. GIRLS ONLY: Sandwich size zip-lock baggies, 2 small glue sticks PLEASE NO PENCIL BOXES/BAGS!
Please DO NOT put your child’s name on the items below…all supplies will be shared among the class. Thanks!
2nd Grade Supply List 2017-2018
Regular size backpack, 2 packages of yellow #2 pencils, 2 boxes of crayons, 4 glue sticks,
1 pair of scissors, 1 package of index cards, 4 bar erasers, 4 plastic folders with prongs, 2 boxes of tissues, 1 roll of paper towels, 1 package of dry erase markers, 2 wide ruled notebooks (1 subject), 2 Composition notebooks (wide ruled), 1 package of wide ruled notebook paper, Pencil pouch with zipper, Pencil box for storing supplies, 1 box washable Crayola markers
GIRLS ONLY-sandwich size baggies and 1 container of Clorox wipes
BOYS ONLY-gallon size baggies and 1 container of baby wipes
3rd Grade Supply List 2017-2018
(Includes supplies for special area classes)
2 boxes of tissues, 2 rolls of paper towels, 1 box of quart zipper bags (GIRLS ONLY), 1 box of gallon zipper bags (BOYS ONLY), 1 container of Clorox sanitary wipes, 1 pack of dry erase markers (prefer Expo Brand), 3 composition notebooks , 4 two pocket plastic folders , 6 glue sticks (no bottles please) , 1 pair of scissors, 1 24-pack of crayons, Several eraser toppers, 1 pack of index cards, 1 zipper pencil pouch, 1 backpack, 2 boxes of markers (optional), , 3 packs of pencils NO MECHANICAL PENCILS
4th Grade Supply List 2017 - 2018
Plain plastic folders-no prongs (5 -Red, Green, Orange, Purple, Blue), Pencils (50 pack), Yellow highlighter (1), Tissues (2), Paper towels, Notebook Paper-wide rule (1), (4) one-subject spiral notebooks (wide-rule), 1 black Composition notebook, 1 pack of dry erase markers (Expo), 1 pack of index cards, 3 glue sticks, Backpack, Clorox wipes, baggies (Ziploc sandwich and gallon size)
5th Grade Supply List 2017 - 2018
(2) 2 Pocket Folder (without prongs), (6) College Ruled Composition Notebooks (NO spiral notebooks or notebooks with perforated pages), (4) Graphing Composition Notebooks (NO spiral notebooks or notebooks with perforated pages), (3) Bottles of Glue (ELMER’s Brand Preferred), (1) Box of colored pencils, (1) Pack of Highlighters (Assorted Colors-Fine Tip), (1) Box of Dry-Erase Markers-Fine Tip (EXPO Brand Preferred), (3) packs of No. 2 Pencils (NO Mechanical Pencils), (2) Boxes of Tissues, (1) TI-30Xa (calculator) – this type only, Backpack (NO rolling backpacks)
In order to make it easier for students to carry all of their materials from class to class throughout the day, a backpack will be required. This will also alleviate students forgetting materials/assignments, etc. between classes and home and school.
We have created an Amazon list for easy shopping. Go to: http://amzn.com/sl/27HEG7I5WHDE9 or by using the accounts and lists tab. Search our school to find our list. DO NOT purchase any other items than those listed above. Any other purchased items, such as binders, pencil sharpeners, gel pens, sharpies, glue sticks, will be sent back home.
Your child is responsible for his/her own materials. It is important that your child come to class each and every day with the basic supplies necessary to be successful in the classroom. Please replenish these supplies throughout the school year as needed.
6th Grade Supply List 2017 - 2018
2 packs of loose leaf paper, 3 pocket folders, 6 packs of #2 pencils, 1 pack of Big Crayola markers, 3 boxes of Kleenex, 4 Composition Book- College ruled, 2 1-subject spiral notebook (no larger), 3 rolls of paper towels, 2 pack of EXPO dry erase markers (Black), 1 small box of quart size zip-lock bags, 1 inch binder – no larger, 1 pair of ear buds (used for computer lab), 1 Scientific calculator (Texas Instruments TI-30XA), 2 highlighters, 1 zipper pencil pouch- no boxes, 2 glue sticks
Dayton Middle School and Dayton High School have teamed up with the 21st Century Community Learning Center and Dayton After School Hours (D.A.S.H) program, to create a memorable Summer Learning Program (SLP). Students entering grades 6-12 in the 2017-2018 school year are invited to join us for programs in writing, reading, and math.
If your child is willing to spend some time working in these areas during the summer, we will enrich their summer learning experience with a field trip every Thursday and every other Friday! Trips include science labs and electrofishing at Thomas More Biology Center, visiting the Wright Patterson Air Force Museum, and experiencing hands-on science at the Center of Science and Industry (COSI). Additionally, there will be five more field trips through the D.A.S.H program.
The SLP program will run 10:00-12:30, Monday-Friday for six weeks beginning the week of June 12, 2017 and ending on July 28, 2017. Students will also have the option of attending the D.A.S.H program from 12:30 – 4:00 every other week starting June 5.
For more information and details about these programs, dates, and times please visit our school website. You can drop off your registration forms at Dayton High School’s front office. Contacts: Jen Allen at Dayton.email@example.com and Julie Rubemeyer at Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Go to www.dayton.kyschools.us
Hover over “Schools” and select Dayton High School
Hover over “School Information” (lower menu)
Click “Summer Learning Packet”
Ryan Kellinghaus "Mr. K"
Principal, Dayton Middle & High School
Greendevil Track and Field has had a stellar season. The girls team brought home the first ever NKAC Division III Conference title! With just 12 athletes, they were able to outscore all of the other teams. It was a thing of beauty.
We also saw our first double REGIONAL CHAMPION in Johnessah Barbiea since 1999. She moved on to earn bronze medals at the State Championships. Along with that, she broke both Dayton High School jumps records and is only a freshman. Look for big things from that young lady!
There were 12 Dayton athletes who qualified for the state meet in 13 events. Both Buddy Lukens and Mallory Kubala made it to the finals. Collectively, our seniors have participated in the track program for 31 seasons! They and their leadership will be sorely missed! We love you guys!
The middle school teams took down 7 different middle school records with Nolan Brooks qualifying for the state championships in the Pole Vault event. Respect our past; Fear our future!
Submitted by: Barbie Case-Lukens
Girls & Boys Track Coach / Athletic Director
We want to recognize Summer Key as the May Artist of the Month. Mrs. Spahr nominated Summer for showing excellent work ethic this last month of school. Summer painted many days on the Mural to make sure the project was completed. Also, Summer is able to demonstrate skilled handling of a variety of media and has creative and innovative thinking. Way to go Summer!
Submitted by: Kati Newsome, Administrative Assistant
Summer is a time to GROW our mental immunity!
In the eyes of an 8 year old…summer seems like it will last forever and the days of reading, writing, and arithmetic will never come again.
Those of us who are a little bit older certainly know better and realize that in a blink of an eye we will proudly open our school doors and welcome our students back on Wednesday, August 16.
Until that time I highly encourage you to spend part of your summer focusing on growing your mental immunity. We know what physical immunity is and we spend a good deal of time visiting doctors, getting vaccines, taking vitamins, eating healthy, getting exercise, and getting enough sleep to stay physically well. But what are you doing to stay mentally well?
Developing our mental immunity so that when disturbances happen, and they happen to all us, we are able to withstand them and not lose our patience, temper, and good spirit. We are able to pause, take a breath, and remind ourselves that this is only a small problem and this too shall pass.
Ways to develop our mental immunity are many and they vary from person to person. Some meditate, some read, some pray, some take walks, and some exercise. There is no one way to build mental immunity. It must be built over time like a muscle. It can’t be done in a quick way. It takes time and practice. I once heard our emotions compared to that of a snow globe. Often our minds are all “shaken up” and the glitter of the globe is swirling everywhere in our minds. We need to strive for a mind that is more like a snow globe that is settled and been undisturbed. When our minds are calm and peaceful…we are at our very best.
Take some time this summer to take care of you and your mind. Best of luck keeping your “snow globe” settled!
Proudly serving as Superintendent of Dayton Independent Schools
We want to recognize Jennifer Erdman as the May Inspire, Engage, and Grow Employee of the Month! To quote one of Mrs. Erdman’s nominations, “She is a warm hearted person who cares about every student that walks in her door.”
Another nomination stated, “Mrs. Erdman is not only an employee, but a friend to many of the kids. Even though some kids have trust issues, they seem to be able to talk with Jen. She’s a parent, employee, volunteer, and a guard instructor with the band. She was such a huge help getting the band ready to perform and even helping organize my classroom on her free time.”
Mrs. Erdman is so much more than an incredible ISD teacher. She schedules subs for our entire school and often subs for our teachers when we need help. She's a tutor in Friday school, in addition to fundraising and coaching winter guard and band. Most recently she has agreed to get her CDL license so she can drive buses. She has many talents and gives selflessly. We really appreciate all that you do Mrs. Erdman!
Submitted by: Kati Newsome, Administrative Assistant
Dayton Schools is pleased to announce Readifest 2017! It will be held on Wednesday, August 9th from 1:00 to 3:00 in the Margaret Erl Activity Center at Lincoln Elementary School. Readifest is a back-to-school readiness event that highlights school and community resources available to all Dayton students and their families. Booths will be set up for all participants to visit.
Basic student school supplies will be distributed at the booths. An adult must accompany children. Our CARE Closet will also be available to offer some clothing items. For further information, or if your agency or organization would like to participate, please contact either Gina Byrd, Dayton FRC Director at 292-7492 or Sherri Chan, Dayton YSC Coordinator at 292-7486 by August 1st.
Healthpoint Family Care at LES
We are pleased to announce that the Dayton Healthpoint Family Care School Based Health Center at Lincoln Elementary School will be open on August 7th, 10th and 15th , from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. If your child needs updated immunizations, school physicals, or well care visits, we will be available. The SBHC also provides sports physicals for all ages.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky requires all students entering school for the first time (Preschool or Kindergarten) and all incoming sixth graders to have updated immunization certificates and physical examinations prior to the first day of school. If your child will be enrolling in Dayton Schools from another state, they will need a current Kentucky Immunization certificate and school physical prior to starting school.
Please contact Gina Byrd, Family Resource Center Director, at 292-7492 to schedule your appointment. Appointments will be filled on a first come, first served basis. 2017-18 SBHC enrollment packets will be available in the office of Lincoln Elementary. Parents or guardians must fill out the packet prior to your appointment.
Submitted by: Gina Byrd
The DHS Athlete of the Month is sophomore, Grace Workman. Grace is a 3 sport letterman and has been selected to the All “A” Classic Tournament Team. She makes outstanding plays on both the offensive and defensive sides. Grace has recently been voted as the Division III Fast Pitch Softball Player of the Year by the coaches. We look forward to big things from Grace in the years to come!
Submitted by: Kati Newsome, Administrative Assistant
We would like to recognize Mrs. Sherry Clifton as the April Inspire, Engage, and Grow Employee of the Month. Mrs. Clifton has proven herself to be a truly dedicated teacher here at Lincoln. She has spent her entire career here and she is devoted to ensuring that each one of her students feels they belong in her warm and inviting classroom.
Mrs. Clifton radiates patience and giving in her every interaction with students and staff at Lincoln Elementary. Her quiet, yet persistent and passionate character strengths are standouts to all that know her. To quote one of Mrs. Clifton’s nominations, “Mrs. Clifton has a great relationship with each of her students. Her day does not stop at 3:05. She is involved in Cross Country, Robotics, Chess, and many more activities. She goes above and beyond in the classroom. She is always so positive and willing to share what she is using in her classroom. She is always inspiring, engaging, and growing students every day.”
Congratulations, Mrs. Clifton, and we really appreciate all that you do for our Little Devils!
Thursday, June 15 – SBDM Meeting @ 4:30 p.m.
Friday, June 23 – PTC Movie Night in Park @ 8 p.m. – “Boss Baby”
Friday, August 4 – PTC Movie Night in LES Gymnasium
Thursday, August 10 – Open House for grades 1 – 6
Monday, August 14 – Kindergarten Open House
Wednesday, August 16 – FIRST DAY OF 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR
Submitted by: Heather Dragan
Principal, Lincoln Elementary School