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Little Hornets Executive Summary for 2019-2020
The Little Hornets Program completed the third year of a five-year 21st CCLC grant cycle.  The attached executive summary gives an overview of the program as well as follows up with some recommendations for the 2020-2021 program.  Please take some time and read the attached summary. 
 
HORNETS Executive Summary for 2019-2020
The H.O.R.N.E.T.S. Program completed the fourth year of a five-year 21st CCLC grant cycle.  The attached executive summary gives an overview of the program as well as follows up with some recommendations for the 2020-2021 program.  Please take some time and read the attached summary. 
 
Letter from the Superintendent:
Information regarding COVID-19
 
Position Opening
Part-Time As-Needed Aides License Required: Educational Aide Permit with ESEA Endorsement

Applications and Letters of Interest will be accepted at the Board of Education Office or may be emailed to [email protected]

 
Class of 2021 Graduation Information
Below are the links for information on cap and gowns, rings, and the Herff Jones Dawson-Bryant order page.
 
Letter from the Superintendent:
To Our Hornet Families, 
I would like to inform you that Dawson-Bryant Local Schools will be rescheduling the opening date for school to begin on August 31st, 2020.  Staff will still report on August 17th, 2020.  This will allow our staff more time for training and for building preparation.  We appreciate your patience and understanding. 
Thank you, 
Steve Easterling 
Superintendent 

 
High School School Supplies for 2020-2021 School Year
We have updated some of our supply lists to reflect our new learning environment.
Here are some of the changes for this school year:
-All students will be provided one reusable cloth facial covering (mask) and lanyard, but you may want to have a couple of extra in case it would be misplaced.
-You will not need to purchase a lunchbox for your child. All lunches from home must be in a disposable bag.
-Although water fountains will not be accessible to students, your child may bring a water bottle with them to school, and we will refill as needed.
 
District Restart / Reopen Plan for 2020-2021

Dear Hornet Families, First, let me thank you for your support and understanding as we, as a nation and community, responded to the unexpected invasion of COVID-19 in March. I am very proud of the way our DBLSD students, parents, and employees handled the demands we were faced with to protect everyone as we continued to educate and feed our students during the most unusual of circumstances. Provided are two links to my letter regarding the Restart and Reopening plan for Dawson-Bryant Local Schools as well as our plan.  Thank you for your continued support and positivity as we strive to do what is best for ALL students and employees during these challenging times.  Serving you, Steve Easterling, Superintendent

 

 
KNOW! To Continue the Conversation on Racism
Conversations on race and racism are not necessarily easy or comfortable, but they are imperative. To have informed, constructive conversations with our children on this subject, we must first lay the foundation. We can do so by discussing some key terms with them, as shared in the previous Know! Tip. While some of the words and definitions may seem basic, it is important children (and adults) understand the differences between them. It is also necessary to catch up on some of the new, more complex terms being used, and share those with our young people as well. If you would like, take a moment now and review the previous tip, Know! To Define Racial Terms for Teens, which has a glossary of terms you’ll want to know. The conversation certainly should not end with definitions. It is imperative to keep talking. If you’re at a loss for words, we can help. Here are some things to consider incorporating into your ongoing conversations on this topic with your children.  
KNOW! School Lockdowns, Classroom Shelters, and Bulletproof Backpacks - Oh My!
Know! Empowering Parents to Raise Their Children to be Substance-Free.  Talk early and often about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Even when it gets tough.   
KNOW! Concerns Validated on 13 Reasons Why
As youth take time to kick back and relax this summer, many will choose to binge-watch their favorite shows on streaming serivices like Netflix.  But parents beware, there is a popular team drama you may want to steer your tweens/teens away from - Please continue to read the article. 
KNOW! Parents Who Host Lost The Most: Don't Be a Party to Teenage Drinking
Please continue to read the article from Know! - Empowering Parents to Raise Their Children to Be Substance-Free !    Know! is a program of the Prevention Action Alliance 
 
 
KNOW! The New Danger - Nicotine Toothpicks?
know! Empowering Parents to Raise Their Children to Be Substance-Free  
Talk early and often about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. Even when it gets tough.  
 
Know! To Give and Receive the Gift of Kindness - Start Talking! Building a Drug-Free Future
Tis the season for giving; and among the greatest gifts one can give to another is kindness.  It need not cost a thing.  One single act of kindness has the potential of inspring others and creating a rippling effect that keeps on giving.  Please read the article in full.  
Know!
Getting to Know! the Lawnmower Parent     Know! Empowering Parents to Raise Their Children to be Substance-Free
Know! is a twice a month publication with tips and current facts about alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, as well as action steps to help children resist peer pressure to use.  Subscribe for free at https://www.drugfreeactionalliance.org/know
 
 
High School Supply List for the 2018-2019 School Year
High School Supply List for the 2018-2019 School Year 
Letter from the Superintendent:
Letter from the Superintendent: 
Toyota LEAD Conference image Toyota LEAD Conference
On Wedneseday October 15, 2014, twenty Dawson-Bryant High School females had the opportunity to attend the Toyota LEAD Conference at Ashland Community and Technical College on the Industrial Parkway. 
Honors English 12 Project
Students from Ms. Musick's Honors English 12 class presented their non-fiction book projects on Oct. 2nd for the book entitled All But My Life. 
Marshall Trip
On Tuesday, September 30,, 2014, forty Dawson-Bryant High School juniors and seniors had the opportunity to visit Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, for a campus tour and admissions preview. 
Scholarship Applications
Please read this list of available Scholarships and also links to find more opportunities.  If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Lemon. 
Senior Notes

Senior Update: October

In a little over a week, your senior year will be approximately ¼ of the way over. It’s hard to believe how quickly time passes, but October is an exciting time for the college admissions process.

 
Physics Roller Coasters image Physics Roller Coasters
The High School Physic Class had their roller coaster project on October 31st.  Students build roller coaster to be graded with certain criterion.  The students did an outstanding job. 
 
State Power Lifting Meet
Congratulations to the powerlifting team for 
OVC Track Champions
The High School Boys Track Team won the 2012 OVC Championship.  
Baseball Field Dedication image Baseball Field Dedication
Coal Grove High School dedicated the baseball field to Coach John Jones.
 
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Little Hornets Executive Summary for 2019-2020
The Little Hornets Program completed the third year of a five-year 21st CCLC grant cycle.  The attached executive summary gives an overview of the program as well as follows up with some recommendations for the 2020-2021 program.  Please take some time and read the attached summary. 
 
HORNETS Executive Summary for 2019-2020
The H.O.R.N.E.T.S. Program completed the fourth year of a five-year 21st CCLC grant cycle.  The attached executive summary gives an overview of the program as well as follows up with some recommendations for the 2020-2021 program.  Please take some time and read the attached summary. 
 
Letter from the Superintendent:
Information regarding COVID-19
 
Position Opening
Part-Time As-Needed Aides License Required: Educational Aide Permit with ESEA Endorsement

Applications and Letters of Interest will be accepted at the Board of Education Office or may be emailed to [email protected]

 
Letter from the Superintendent:
To Our Hornet Families, 
I would like to inform you that Dawson-Bryant Local Schools will be rescheduling the opening date for school to begin on August 31st, 2020.  Staff will still report on August 17th, 2020.  This will allow our staff more time for training and for building preparation.  We appreciate your patience and understanding. 
Thank you, 
Steve Easterling 
Superintendent 

 
District Restart / Reopen Plan for 2020-2021

Dear Hornet Families, First, let me thank you for your support and understanding as we, as a nation and community, responded to the unexpected invasion of COVID-19 in March. I am very proud of the way our DBLSD students, parents, and employees handled the demands we were faced with to protect everyone as we continued to educate and feed our students during the most unusual of circumstances. Provided are two links to my letter regarding the Restart and Reopening plan for Dawson-Bryant Local Schools as well as our plan.  Thank you for your continued support and positivity as we strive to do what is best for ALL students and employees during these challenging times.  Serving you, Steve Easterling, Superintendent

 

 
KNOW! To Continue the Conversation on Racism
Conversations on race and racism are not necessarily easy or comfortable, but they are imperative. To have informed, constructive conversations with our children on this subject, we must first lay the foundation. We can do so by discussing some key terms with them, as shared in the previous Know! Tip. While some of the words and definitions may seem basic, it is important children (and adults) understand the differences between them. It is also necessary to catch up on some of the new, more complex terms being used, and share those with our young people as well. If you would like, take a moment now and review the previous tip, Know! To Define Racial Terms for Teens, which has a glossary of terms you’ll want to know. The conversation certainly should not end with definitions. It is imperative to keep talking. If you’re at a loss for words, we can help. Here are some things to consider incorporating into your ongoing conversations on this topic with your children.  
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