Ignitia Training Cancelled tonight

We are unable to conduct the Ignitia training tonight, but want you to have the tools to get started. Please see the attached Quick Start Guides for both teacher and students. If you would like check-out Ignitia to see if it’s a good fit for you and your students, log in using this website and and Sample Parent and Students logins:

https://daytonhsoh.ignitiaschools.com

Sample Teacher username is : Teacher

Password: 123456

Sample Student Username: student

Password: 123456

 

Ignitia Quick Start Guide for Students

Ignitia Quick Start Guide for Teachers

K-8 On Campus Elective Schedules are here!

On-Campus Electives

Kindergarten through 8th grade DC Homeschool students have the privilege to attend On-Campus electives at Dayton Christian School.  Students must be signed in and out in the main office.  Students must be in campus specific uniform.  Attendance policies apply to DC Homeschool students.  Drop/Adds of an On-Campus elective must occur within two weeks of the start of the course.  If course is dropped, additional courses may not be added for the reminder of the semester.

K-4 DC Homeschool students may take two On-Campus elective offerings.

Lunch and Chapel opportunities include Lunch (K-6 with parent, 7/8th grade with permission by principal), Chapel (K-6 with parent, 7/8th grade with permission by principal). Recess activity is not permitted.

Please review the On-campus Elective Guidelines

Elective Schedules for 2017-2018:

K-4 Electives Schedule 17-18

5th grade elective choices

6th grade elective choices

7-8 elective enrollment choices

 

 

If you would like to register your student for an on-campus elective, please email Susan Ebert at sebert@daytonchristian.com with your class selections.  The homeschool office will coordinate the class registrations with the on-campus principals.  Have a great day!

This information can also be found under the On-Campus Electives Page at the top of the blog.

FREE Online Science Class – Build Your Own Robot

Aurora Lipper – Supercharged Science

This Thursday, August 3, 2017, I’m giving a live online class on Robots and Robot Building, and wanted to invite you to attend for free.

 

Your kids will learn about Electricity, Magnetism, gears, pulleys, motors and LOTS more.

 

Plus, during the class your kids will do hands-on experiments including building a robot!

 

You can register here for free

If you’ve participated in my free online classes before, you know how cool they are (over 1,000 families registered for the last one I gave).

 If you’re new to them, I’d like to invite you to participate for free.

  If you want your kids to understand how robots work and why they are such an important part of our future, you’ll want to share this class with your kids.

  1.  If you’re interested in ANY of the following, then this is for you:
     Taking your kids from bored (or even playing video games) to excited and engaged in educational science projects that they can do on their own.
  2. Not worrying if you don’t know a thing about science. (Just follow what I show you step-by-step!)
  3. Having your kids learn about Robotics and Robot Building…
  •  I’ll guide your kids through building a working robot and give them plans for several more.
  • Your kids will be so totally excited about building these projects that they won’t realize they’re learning solid academics at the same time.

  • They’ll learn how robots work using electricity, motors, gears, pulleys, wheels, pneumatics and hydraulics.  (Don’t worry – no need for you to know a thing about this stuff yourself.)
  • If your kid is more academic than athlete, you’ll learn how community robotics teams are now run like sports teams, but for kids who like science & technology (plus learn real-world hands-on STEM skills).  Did you know there are over 3000 teams like this worldwide your child can join?
  • How new robots will help do everything from finding cures for diseases to fighting fires to exploring Mars.
  • And, of course, we’ll learn about the robotic self-driving cars that have been talked about so much recently.

High School Hybrid Parent and Student Meeting, Aug 3 @ 6:30

back-to-schoolAugust 3 @ 6:30 High School Hybrid Parent and Student Back to School meeting in the DC School Library

Please attend this meeting to review important back to school information specifically for Hybrid students, check schedules, register for Ignitia and more.

Tonight! Starting Strong Seminar @ 6:30

 

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Tuesdays,  August 1 & 8 at 6:30 in the Dayton Christian School Main Library

Starting Strong Seminars are for all homeschool parents, whether this is your first year of your tenth! We want to help you start the year energized, focused and strong. Join us for these educational and encouraging seminars. You and your guests are welcome to one or all of these sessions. Invite a friend a come get inspired for the new school year!

Tuesday, Aug 1 @ 6:30

Special Guest: Ann Skolik, School Psychologist

Learning Styles & Modalities – Learn how a better understanding of learning styles can help you be more successful in your home education.

Tuesday, August 8 @ 6:30

Break-Out Sessions

  • Ignitia Training (6:30-8:30)
  • Designing the AEP (Annual Education Plan) (6:30-7:30)
  • Am I Doing Enough? How Do I Know? Learn how to track your child’s progress and worry less about if you’re doing enough

Fall Athletic Announcements

Fall Sport Announcement from Athletic Director Ben Shroyer

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  • Reminder to all student-athletes: your PRIVIT profiles must be complete, e-signed, submitted, and approved BEFORE you can begin participating with any team (OHSAA regulation). If you have questions call the Athletic Office: 937-291-7219.
  • Athletic Booster Club:
    • Sport Season Passes are now on Sale! Purchase them online at https://daytonchristianboosters.org/ or in the Athletic Department Office
    • Volunteers are needed to help support our activities throughout the school year, please contact us if you can assist
    • We have an urgent need to find 1-2 volunteers to serve as our concessions managers
    • Next Athletic Booster Club Meeting is Aug. 9 at 6:30pm at Dorothy Lane Market. Please join us!
  • Fall Sports Season has officially begun! Please pray for our coaches and student-athletes this fall as we seek to glorify Him!
    • Football 2-a-day practices began on July 31-Aug. 5 at 8am at DC
    • HS Girls Soccer conditioning on Aug. 1 & Aug. 3 from 5:00-6:30pm. Then tryouts on Aug. 7 & Aug. 8 from 5-8pm.
    • HS Boys Soccer tryouts begin on Aug. 1 at 4:30pm-6:30pm at DC and team meeting Aug. 2 from 4:00pm-5:30pm. Aug. 3 scrimmage at CJ at 7pm.
    • HS Volleyball tryouts on Aug. 1, Aug. 3 and Aug. 4 at South Metro Sports from 5:00-7:00pm
    • HS Golf practice begins on Aug. 1 at Pipestone from 9am-noon and Aug. 2-Aug. 4 from 10am-2pm at the Mound
    • HS/MS Cross Country practice begins on Aug. 1 at 6:30pm at DC
    • HS/MS Cheerleading Elementary Camp- Aug. 1-Aug. 4 5:30-8:00pm at DC. Aug. 7-Aug. 8 practice from 3:30-5:30pm at DC
    • MS Volleyball tryouts on Aug. 1 and Aug. 3 at South Metro Sports from 5:00-7:00pm
    • MS Boys Soccer practices start on 8/15 & 8/17 at 5:30-7:00pm at DC (Tuesdays/Thursday throughout the year)
    • MS Girls Soccer practices start on 8/7 & 8/10 from 6:00-7:30pm at DC
    • Youth/MS Football (Grades 5-8) season have begun. To be involved visit: http://www.leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=dcwyf
    • Alumni Soccer Game is this Friday, August 4. Girls at 6:00pm and Boys at 8:00pm at Ron Pinsenschaum Stadium (2528 Wilmington Pike, Kettering, OH, directly behind the Montgomery County ESC building). Free admission!
  • Fall Sport Picture Day is August 23 immediately after school!
  • Every sport has a participation fee. Fees must be paid by the end of August to continue participation with a sport. Fees are billed to the family account.
  • Tennis: open court tennis practice is on Wednesdays from 4-5 pm for those not participating in a fall sport. All enrolled students at DC are welcome.
  • Sport schedules can be found online at: schedulestar.com/Dayton-Christian-HS-Miamisburg-OH
  • Per OHSAA regulations, the month of August is a no-contact period for coaches in the sports of basketball, softball, baseball, ice hockey and lacrosse.
  • First day of School is Wednesday, Aug. 16!
  • Follow Dayton Christian School Athletics on Facebook (Dayton Christian School Athletics) and Twitter (@DCSAthletics)
  • Mark your calendars— Homecoming week is Oct. 9-14!

Please direct all questions to the Athletic Office at 937-291-7219.

New Homeschool Office Coordinator Announcement

New Homeschool Office Coordinator Announcement:

I am delighted to announce that Susan Ebert will be serving as the new Dayton Christian Homeschool Office Coordinator. Susan has 15 years of  experience as a Dayton Christian Homeschool parent and 10 years employed in various capacities including EXCEL teacher, Academic Advisor and most recently Homeschool Library Coordinator. Susan will be taking on many of the responsibilities that Krystal was doing in addition to Library coordination. Susan brings warmth, efficiency and a deep love of Dayton Christian Homeschool to this position and we are so glad she will be serving the DC Homeschool families in this new position.

Thank you, Susan, for your continued faithful service to DC Homeschool!

Aug 3: High School Hybrid Meeting

back-to-schoolAugust 3 @ 6:30 High School Hybrid Parent and Student Back to School meeting in the DC School Library

Please attend this meeting to review important back to school information specifically for Hybrid students, check schedules, register for Ignitia and more.

TerraNova 3 Score Report Action Steps

Dear DC Homeschool Families,

I want to keep you updated on latest communication from ACSI regarding test score delivery, even if it’s not the news we want to hear. Please read the letter below which was sent to me this week. I believe ACSI is working hard on our behalf to remedy this situation and provide accurate test reports. As soon as we have test results in hand, we will notify you and promptly mail them to you.

Kind regards,

Erin Smith

 

Dear Colleague in Christian Education,

Over the last several months, we have attempted to keep you informed regarding the status of the TerraNova 3 achievement test scoring results for the students in your school. To our dismay, we continue to have issues obtaining those scoring reports, despite numerous assurances of delivery made by the assessment publisher, Data Recognition Corporation. These delays are completely their fault and not ACSI’s—by their own admission. Regardless, these delays are completely unacceptable to us, just as they are to you.

On your behalf, we have aggressively undertaken a number of actions since this became more than just a brief delay in early May, including the following:

  • Our legal counsel is deeply involved, advising us regarding potential actions to take to resolve this issue.
  • We continue to demand for a swift delivery of all scoring results, paper and digital.
  • We are committed to reach a resolution that will be satisfactory to you, our member schools (we know that you have trusted ACSI and we want that trust to remain).
  • We are actively researching other options regarding testing publishers.

At the present time, the most current information we have received is that paper reports will begin to be processed, at the earliest, the week of August 14. And if we are notified that reports will again be delayed, we will keep you informed immediately.

Please feel free to share this information with your parent constituency.

Thank you for your understanding and prayerful support.

Please join us in praying the following from II Chron 20:15b—’Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours but God’s.’

In His service,

Daniel J. Egeler, EdD
President, ACSI

Middle School Girls Volleyball Info

Attention all incoming 6th through 8th grade middle school girls interested in playing volleyball during the upcoming fall season!!!

Open gym will be held this Thursday, July 27 from 5:00-7:00 at South Metro Sports (10561 Success Lane, Dayton OH 45458).

Tryouts for the upcoming season will be held Tuesday, August 1 and Thursday, August 3 from 5:00-7:00 at South Metro Sports.

Everyone must have completed the Privit profile and be medically cleared prior to tryouts. If you have any questions regarding this process please contact the Athletic Department.

Please direct any questions regarding the Middle School volleyball program to angi.dabbelt@gmail.com.

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