The Dayton School Programs

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Project Based Learning: Project based learning is offered in all classrooms within the Dayton School. When children experience learning they are more likely to retain the knowledge learned during the learning experience. For that reason, and many others, students who attend TDS will engage in meaningful class projects that are challenging, require teamwork, and have real world applications.

 

After School Clubs for students: The Dayton School recognizes that many of the students served may not have anywhere to go, but home after school. Instead of ending learning at the end of the school day, TDS offers after school clubs that will allow students to socialize with peers and learn more about things they are interested in. The following clubs will be offered to students who attend TDS. PLease note that these clubs may change depending on student, parent, and community input. More information about each club’s offerings coming soon.

 

  • My Brothers Keeper Mentoring
  • Coding
  • Gardening
  • Art
  • Piano (advanced and beginners)
  • Future chefs
Free Adult Information Sessions: TDS believes that children thrive when families thrive and because of these beliefs, TDS will offer information courses for free on weekends and some evenings to parents and community members. The following programs will be offered and can change depending on parent and community input.

 

  • Male Mental Health
  • Women’s Mental Health
  • Family Counseling
  • Family fun nights
  • Financial Awareness
  • Anger Management
  • Cooking Healthy
  • GED classes