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The Dawson-Bryant Local School District is excited to announce that in the upcoming weeks we will be breaking ground on a new Indoor Turf/Multi-Purpose Building, as well as an Athletic Fieldhouse!  These two buildings will benefit all our students across a variety of activities. The Indoor Turf/Multi-Purpose Building will sit at the North end of campus near the High School, and the Athletic Fieldhouse will sit at the South end of campus near the Middle School. This project is expected to take one year to complete.
 
The Indoor Turf/Multi-Purpose Building will be utilized by every student who passes through Dawson-Bryant Schools. Every extracurricular group will have access to this facility for practice and training purposes. The band, flag corps, cheerleaders, gym classes, and many more will take advantage of this space. There will also be an auxiliary classroom that can be utilized for academic instruction, team meetings, or meetings/events for any other student activity group (Prom Committee, Student Council, Math Club, CYA, Quiz Bowl, Yearbook Committee, etc.). The indoor turf field will have retractable batting cages for baseball and softball and will be lined/striped for both football and marching band purposes. There will also be much-needed storage for the baseball and softball programs, as well as the marching band program. This building will have its own restroom facilities.
The two-floor Athletic Fieldhouse will house middle school and high school football locker rooms, along with middle school and high school boys/girls track locker rooms. The Athletic Fieldhouse will also feature a new weight room, training room, coaches offices, film room, laundry, restrooms, much-needed storage for multiple extracurricular groups, and even an indoor golf simulator for the middle school and high school boys/girls golf teams.

The Dawson-Bryant Board of Education and administrative team are excited about this opportunity for our students. This project is something we have talked about and planned for almost 20 years, and it’s finally coming to fruition. Please excuse any mess or inconvenience over the next year, as the end product will be more than worth it. Thousands of students will benefit from these facilities for decades to come. It’s a great time to be a Hornet! Go Big Grove!
 
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Posted Tuesday, June 28, 2022
The Dawson-Bryant Local School District Board of Education is requesting statements of qualifications pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 153.65, et seq., from firms to provide consultant services for geotechnical engineering and surveying services for its Athletic Facilities Project.
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Posted Wednesday, March 16, 2022
The Dawson-Bryant Local School District Board of Education is requesting statements of qualifications pursuant to Ohio Revised Code Section 9.33, et seq., from firms to provide construction manager at risk services for its Athletic Facilities Project.
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Posted Sunday, February 27, 2022
Sealed bids will be accepted by the Dawson-Bryant Local School District for four new conventional school buses (78 passenger). 
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Posted Friday, February 11, 2022
Dawson-Bryant Middle School serves as the only feeder school for the HORNETS before and afterschool program. Dawson-Bryant Middle School is located in the southeastern Appalachian Ohio town of Dawson-Bryant Ohio and is the only school to house students in Grades Six through Eight in the Dawson-Bryant City School District. The Appalachian Regional Commission has identified Lawrence County as being “at risk” regarding economic status. A total of one hundred per cent of the students that participated in HORNETS were eligible for free or reduced lunch. In addition, eighteen per cent of the participants were identified as students with disabilities.
 
The 2020-2021HORNETS program completed the fourth year of a five year 21st CCLC grant funding. The HORNETS program was open to all students in grades six through eight at Dawson-Bryant Middle School.   The program began October 29, 2020 and ended April 29, 2021. The program operated 6:45 am to 7:15 am Monday through Friday and 2:30 pm to 5:00 pm Monday through Thursday. A nutritious snack was provided each afternoon by Dawson-Bryant City Schools.
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Posted Friday, October 8, 2021
Dawson-Bryant Elementary serves as the only feeder school for the before and after school program which is housed in the elementary school. Dawson-Bryant Elementary is in the southern Appalachian Ohio town of Coal Grove Ohio and is the only Kindergarten through Grade Five elementary school in the Dawson-Bryant School District. A total of one hundred per cent of the students that participated in Little Hornets were eligible for free or reduced lunch. In addition, twenty-two per cent of the participants were identified as students with disabilities.
 
The 2020-2021Little Hornets program completed the third year of a five year 21st CCLC grant funding. The Little Hornets program was open to all students in grades Kindergarten through five at Dawson-Bryant Elementary School.  The program began October 29, 2020 and ended April 29, 2021. The program operated 7:00 am to 8:00 am Monday through Friday and 2:30 pm to 4:45 pm Monday through Thursday. A nutritious snack was provided each afternoon by Dawson Bryant School District.
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Posted Friday, October 8, 2021
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