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Survey Says… You Are Heard

As Dayton Christian’s Director of Communications, I recently sent out a survey asking you to rate your family’s first week back to school at Dayton Christian. I just finished tabulating the results and I can share with you that 100% of respondents said their first week was either positive or very positive. Now that’s something […]

The Legacies of Graham and King Still Impact DC

The annual American Heritage program brought to life the stories of those who have gone before us to shape our history and serve our Lord Jesus Christ. One by one, students stepped up to the microphone dressed in bonnets, suits and lab coats, and introduced their character and the role they played in our country’s […]

Generation Z, Servanthood, and the Dayton Christian Mission

Generation Z, also known as the iGeneration or Linksters, are defined as being born after 1996. These students in our schools today do not know a time without the internet or social media. Seventy-seven percent of them have their own smartphone and, on average, they will spend three hours a day on a computer for […]

This Is Why DC

As parents, many of us sacrifice to send our kids to Dayton Christian School.  We sacrifice financially. We sacrifice our time to drive them to school and sporting events. We may give up nice vacations and other luxuries to make sure that a DC education remains a top priority in our family.  We willingly choose […]

The Joy Now

Today I watched the fourth graders visit the Pride Store for the first time. I saw the wonder in their eyes as they walked in the small room, decorated just for them, and I caught their first glimpses of joy as they explored the treasures they could “buy” with their Pride Passes.  I watched them […]

The 17,000 Hour Decision: Why Christian Education Matters

Any education, whether Christian or public, is an investment in time. The precious hours in our children’s lives are limited, so we must make wise decisions about where that time is spent and with whom it is spent. For me, the decision has always been an easy one: I want my children to be surrounded […]

Honor To Whom Honor Is Due

“Love one another with brotherly affection. Outdo one another in showing honor.” – Romans !2:10 There was a sweet spirit in the air on Saturday, March 18, as employees of Dayton Christian School gathered for an Appreciation Banquet to honor employees who are retiring or who have reached milestones in their service at DCS. The […]

Choose Your Words Carefully

A friend of mine gave me some sound advice today. I needed to take my eyes off myself and put them on our Lord. As I did that, I started to see those around me in different light. This friend was applying 2 Corinthians 5:20. “Therefore, we are ambassadors for Christ, God making his appeal […]

Managing the Media Monster in Your Home

DCHS Director of Guidance Katie Reynolds recently hosted a parent meeting “Managing the Media Monster.” If you missed that event or her appearance on Fox45 TV news discussing the topic, you’ll want to review some of the points she covered in this blog. Did you know… The average time spent with screen media among 8- […]

Are You As Smart As You Think You Are?

Have you ever seen the television show “Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader?” I have seen it once or twice, and I think there are some pretty smart fifth graders in the world. As I was thinking about this show one day, I realized that I play that game on a regular basis with […]

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