The senior class is off to a great start on their Senior Service Project with a visit from Roger Grein, Magnified Giving's founder. Seniors have learned about philanthropy, non-profit organizations, and have identified social issues they want to use their $1,000 grant to support.
Drug Free Club continues to grow with over 150 members! Our freshman members and club officers attended the Campbell County Drug Free Alliance Youth Summit during Red Ribbon Week.
Blended Learning Media Specialist Angie Boyers is coaching our first middle school GoPro team in the What's So Cool About Advanced Manufacturing Video Competition. Armor, a thermal transfer technology manufacturer in Hebron, is our competition partner. Our GoPro team will visit Armor and interview employees to publish a video as they work through pre-production, production and post-production. Watch for more news on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
As we approach the midpoint of the second quarter, our students have settled in and are in the midst of a great school year. We have completed our Fall standardized testing, including the CERT, ASVAB, and KYOTE tests. Our senior class has 55 students on track for graduation, along with 2 juniors who will be graduating early. We have had admissions counselors from EKU, UK, NKU, Thomas More, Sullivan University, and Morehead State University visit the high school. So far, 13 potential graduates have been accepted to 11 different colleges and universities along with $236,000 in scholarship money offered.
Ryan Kellinghaus "Mr. K"
Principal, Dayton Middle & High School
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