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Robotics Team 2016

School News & Announcements

Fall for FAFSA

DCPS hosts FAFSA information sessions for parents 

Growing Minds, Growing Hearts

Our theme this year is “Growing Minds, Growing Hearts" as we promote an academic growth mindset across the district, celebrating and encouraging community service as an important learning experience for our students.

Four DCPS students honored as National Merit Semifinalists collage

Olivia Wright (AHS) and Mason Clark, Max Smith and Stephen Ward (DCHS) recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program

DCPS Lives United

DCPS supports the United Way 2016 Campaign

New Dress Code dress code

Apollo updated the student dress code. CLICK HERE to read the new policy.

APOLLO RECEIVES 2016 LET’S MOVE! NATIONAL AWARD

APOLLO HIGH SCHOOL RECEIVES 2016 LET’S MOVE! ACTIVE SCHOOLS NATIONAL AWARD FOR HELPING STUDENTS GO FROM ZERO TO SIXTY

Eaglette Dance Clinic

Apollo Eaglette Dance Clinic
Ages:  Pre-K through 6th Grade
When: Saturday, October 1st; 9am – 12pm; Registration begins at 8:30am

Veteran’s Day Program and Invitation

The 13thth Annual Veteran’s Day Program is scheduled for Friday, November 11. Click this article to learn about inviting a veteran. 

Support Our Schools!

Donate these items to support our DCPS schools!

Student Chromebook Intro Videos and Information

Click this headline for a brief slideshow with videos and introductory information.

SBDM Council Meeting Schedules

School-Based Decision Making Councils will meet throughout the year to support teaching and learning in all DCPS schools. 

STOP Tipline

Resource offers anonymous reporting of bullying and unsafe situations. 

DCPS solicitation notice to the public
Adult Credit Recovery

Credit recovery opportunities are available for adults who left a DCPS high school with just a few credits remaining to qualify for a diploma.

Support Our Schools!

Students benefit when schools and homes work together on their behalf! Here are some easy ways you can support DCPS and our children!

Public Notice

The Daviess County Public Schools district does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation or identity, disability, age, religion or marital status in educational programs and activities or employment practices.

 

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Daviess County Public Schools district prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital or parental status, political affiliations or beliefs, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status or disability in its educational programs and activities or employment practices.