Jeremy Kelley, Dayton Daily News

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Dayton Daily News

Dayton, OH, United States

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Past articles by Jeremy:

Can school resume safely and effectively during a pandemic?

The hour-long discussion will be streamed live on Dayton Daily News’s Facebook page. “Schools and families face so many variables when planning for this fall. This event will allow superintendents, teachers, health officials and parents to share expertise from their own perspectives, and make navigating that complex situation a little easier,” Kelley said. Panelist will include: David Romick,… → Read More

Dayton public cancels classes after students already picked up by buses

Snowy conditions caused Dayton Public Schools to cancel classes late Friday, after several schools has already begun classes. → Read More

Oregon District shooting: ID of suspect released, reportedly had prior hit-list

Connor Betts, 24, the suspected Oregon District shooter, reportedly previously wrote a hit-list on a bathroom wall while he was a student at Bellbrook High School. → Read More

Lockdowns lifted after reports of armed man near Franklin High School

Police are investigating reports of a man with a gun near Franklin High School, according to a Facebook post from police. → Read More

DPS bus drivers to vote on tentative contract Sunday

The Dayton Public Schools board announced a tentative agreement with the district's transportation staff both sides hope will avoid an April 10 strike. → Read More

Trotwood schools state testing is deciding factor in district takeover

Trotwood-Madison schools are striving for improved student grades on state testing that starts this month to avoid state takeover → Read More

Superintendent: OHSAA 'Out to Get' Dayton Schools

On Wednesday, OHSAA said extreme penalties are still possible for the overall Dunbar High School athletic program, and acting DPS Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli ripped OHSAA for being "out to get" DPS. → Read More

Oakwood students win 8th straight state title, aim for national crown

Each team, which must have students from differing GPA levels, takes exams and gives speeches on a topic area, which this year is Africa. → Read More

Despite efforts, local kids less ready for kindergarten in 16-17

Data from Learn to Earn Dayton shows that kindergarten readiness rates dropped that year in 12 of 16 school districts. → Read More

Dunbar vs. OHSAA: What happened from January brawl to March lawsuit?

A look at the key events that led to Dunbar's tournament forfeit and Dayton's lawsuit against the state. → Read More

Local basketball team waits as expelled opponent sues for tournament reinstatement

A local boys high school basketball team has its state basketball tournament future on hold as anoth... → Read More

NEW DETAILS: Superintendent: Dayton only got automated OHSAA messages about Dunbar

The Dunbar boys basketball team was kicked out of the statewide postseason basketball tournament for using ineligible players. → Read More

MEDAL COUNT: Team USA slumps to fourth in Olympic medals table

Americans won four gold medals in snowboarding, but no more than one in any other sport. → Read More

Local basketball stars, ex-teammates, play back-to-back on ESPN today

Kathryn Westbeld of Notre Dame and Makayla Waterman of Ohio State play for nationally ranked powers. → Read More

What is a school resource officer? Police are present in local schools

School resource officers are receiving new attention in the aftermath of the Parkland, Fla. mass shooting → Read More

Ohio Republicans aim to merge education agencies, give governor power

Some education stakeholders worry about impact of stripping authority from state school board. → Read More

Dayton school task force sets public comment meetings

The meetings will be Feb. 22 at Meadowdale Elementary and Feb. 28 at E.J. Brown Middle School. → Read More

Judge denies 1 challenge to Dayton school task force, seeks more info on other

A Montgomery County judge today will consider a challenge to the Dayton schools task force's plan to tour schools that could be closed. → Read More

Dayton schools: Task force stops planned tours after challenge

A combined city and Dayton Public Schools task force studying potential closure of some buildings decided to end its planned tours early. → Read More

State audit questions $577 in spending by local charter school

The former Dayton Leadership Academy treasurer has repaid the money in question, which the school said was used to buy prizes for good attendance. → Read More