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Dayton FFA showcasing sheep at the Yamhill County Fair
FFA Students Represent

The Dayton FFA students represented well at the Yamhill County Fair. Over 150 students participated. Our FFA  brought in $400,000 in animal sales.

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BuriedTreasure

New for 2023: Podcasting

Join our Superintendent, Amy Fast, and co-host John Bixler as they meet with staff and community members to discuss education and hope. We invite you to help us uncover the "Buried Treasure" inside the Dayton School District community.

Students in P.E. have fun under a large parachute.
Fun with Parachutes

Mr. Chapman brought out the large parachute. Students practice their motor skills in the grade school's PE course.

Pictured: students cozying up with a book near a warm, pretend, fire.
The World of Reading

Students cozying up with a book near a paper fireplace.

Fourth grade students reading with a first grade class.
Reading is Better Together!

Ms. Gorski’s 4th graders teamed up with Miss Vanderlinden’s 1st graders to enjoy some reading and game time together.

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Hope, Integrity, Community

District News

News and stories from around the Dayton School District. 

From Our Community

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En este episodio, Ana Lundren y María Alcaraz-Reyes hablan sobre sus ocupaciones como Enlace Familiar para el distrito escolar de Dayton. Como madres que navegaron por un nuevo sistema educativo, Ana y María se convirtieron en firmes defensoras de sus propios hijos.

In this episode, Ana Lundren and Maria Alcaraz-Reyes discuss their roles as Family Liaison for the Dayton School District. As parents navigating through a new educational system, Ana and Maria became strong advocates for their own children.

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We jump right into it in this episode. There is so much to cover as we welcome Steve Sugg back to the district. Recently retired, Steve was the Superintendent of Dayton Schools from July 2020 to June 2023. He provided stability during a major school disruption (pandemic/ distance learning) and guided us during a multi-million dollar Facilities and Improvements Bond. There was no shortage of stress. Yet, those weren't the things that made him lose sleep at night. Learn how retirement is treating Steve, and why his heart remains with the Dayton Community.
 

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Come meet long-time resident, parent, and pre-school teacher, Tiffany Ashley. We discuss together the phrase 'daycare desert' and how that pushed Tiffany to develop her program from the early days of a cooperative to being partnered with the school. We also spend a bit of time discussing siblings and the debate of "Nature v.s. Nurture". Tiffany's positivity shines through during this discussion. To learn more about this program, contact the school or follow up on our website.

Portrait of Mitch Coleman

Cher, Pele, Shaq, ... Mitch. Today we interviewed Dayton's single name celebrity, Mitch Coleman. Referred to mostly by his first name, Mitch has been teaching Agriculture and leading our nationally recognized FFA program since 1990. Learn what drives him to success and how he's changed his perspective over the course of his long, celebrated career. It's easy to see why so many Dayton families have gone through Mitch's classes over the years. His passion and work ethic are on full display in this episode.

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