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The Lawrence County Health Department will be offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to Lawrence County Students who are 16 years of age or older at the South Point Board of Education Office on Friday, April 16, 2021.  Dawson-Bryant High School will be offering bus transportation Friday April 16 at 9 am for students that are interested in receiving the vaccine.
 
Eligible students wishing to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine must complete the consent form and return the completed form to High School Nurse Aleisha Milleson by Thursday, April 15, by noon.  It is important to get the forms in promptly as each district must notify the health department in advance with number of students participating.  Students can pick up a form with the High School nurse or there is an electronic version of the consent form on our school website https://www.db.k12.oh.us/Downloads/ConsentForm.pdf.
 
Thank you!
 
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Posted Tuesday, April 13, 2021
It doesn’t take an expert to see that as a whole, we are beyond STRESSED; our children are beyond stressed. What mental health professionals are telling us is that the COVID-19 pandemic has created circumstances unlike anything they have ever seen before.
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Posted Thursday, March 18, 2021
Sealed bids will be accepted by the Dawson-Bryant Local School District for one new conventional school bus (78 passenger). 
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Posted Friday, February 26, 2021
Dear Hornet Families:
 
We had initially planned to reopen school on Monday, February 1st.  I was hopeful that the students would be back in the classrooms. Unfortunately, things have changed, due to sickness and quarantined staff.   
 
We will plan to reopen Monday, February 8th.  
 
As always, we want to thank everyone for your patience, understanding, and prayers during this time.   
 
Be Safe! 

Steve Easterling 
Superintendent
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Posted Sunday, January 24, 2021
We’ve happily kicked 2020 to the curb and welcomed in 2021 with open arms. Now it is time to figure out what we want to make of this fresh, new year. If we learned anything in 2020, it is the importance of self-care and connection for a healthy mind and body. We may still be wearing masks, social distancing, and dealing with other COVID-related regulations, however, the time to get motivated, set new goals, and create joy is now. Students of all ages can and should be encouraged to do the same.
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Posted Monday, January 11, 2021
COVID-19 continues to present new challenges, burdens, and consequences in our daily lives and that of young people. A sneeze or cough in a public setting may have once elicited a “bless you,” but nowadays it’s more likely to prompt heads turning with looks of disapproval. For people who have, or have had COVID, they may feel as if they contracted the plague, based on the way others treat them. They may experience feelings of isolation, depression, and abandonment. The stigma that surrounds this disease must end, not only for the physical health and mental wellbeing of those who have COVID, but in order to help bring an end to this pandemic in communities throughout our nation and world.
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Posted Thursday, December 17, 2020
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