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Dalton Local Schools will hold a public hearing and provide an opportunity for comments on how the District plans to spend its IDEA Part B grant funds. This hearing will be held on October 27, 2014 at 6:00 pm in the Administrative Office located at 177 North Mill Street, Dalton, Oh 44618.

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Dalton Local Elementary & Middle School

Update: Our Cool School story that got postponed last week will air this Thursday morning (Oct. 23) at approximately 6:35am…and then again at 4pm and then this Friday at noon.

  Dalton Elementary and Middle School is a Fox 8 News Cool School!!    Congratulations to Dalton Elementary and Middle School for being voted as a Fox 8 News Cool School!  Thanks to all of our parents, students, staff and friends in our community for casting their votes for our school.  We are certainly blessed with this new school, but ultimately it’s the people inside and those who support us that make this a truly “Cool School”!   Our COOL SCHOOL story will air Thursday, October 16th during the 6 am newscast along with the Coffee Quiz. It can also be seen during . . . read more

KSU Wrestling Camp

  “Wrestling is a team sport, and an individual sport all rolled into one.” Quoted by William Baldwin . Wrestling takes time and commitment to be able to be good. Wrestling builds an individual’s character by teaching them that they have to learn, that it’s okay to lose every once in a while, they have to push themselves to get stronger and they have to teach themselves their strengths and their weaknesses.   This 2014 summer, five Dalton wrestlers took part in the Kent State Wrestling Camp at . . . read more

HOBY Ambassadors

   “I believe every person is created as the steward of his or her own destiny with great power for a specific purpose: To share with others, through service, a reverence for life in a spirit of love.” once said  Hugh O’Brian. For those who don’t know him, Hugh is the founder of HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth) an organization that involves developing young people to become leaders and learn leadership skills. In 1958, Hugh was inspired by Dr. Albert Schweitzer’s work when he spent time at his . . . read more


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