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Marching On

   A blogger named Penny Ray posted on amparents.org that “Music affects the brain. Hearing it. Playing it. Especially playing it. The math involved in playing music keeps the brain active and growing. Music can uplift you when you're down or dragging.” Well if this statement is true, kids involved in the Dalton School’s music programs will become very wise people someday; including the Dalton High School Marching Band. The director Randy Kaserman and his student teacher Bobby Berg have done a great job so far of getting the marching band ready for showtime. The band . . . read more

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Dalton's Superintendent

  August means it’s back to school time and that means seeing familiar faces again. But not this year at Dalton. There is a new face in the halls. His name is Mr. Saxer and he is the Dalton Local School’s new superintendent. Mr. Saxer grew up in Lexington, Ohio and attended Lexington Local Schools. After high school graduation, he attended Kent State University for college. Mr. Saxer’s major was Secondary Education. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Comprehensive Social Studies along with a minor in . . . read more

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Cleaning up

    This new school year, Dalton High School welcomed a new janitor to its custodial staff. Scott Wellin, who has had his own kids grow up through Dalton is the staffs newest custodian.     Prior to working at Dalton, Mr. Wellin worked as a custodian for seven years at East Canton. Also, respectively he has worked another four years at the College of Wooster.     Mr. Wellin has been married to his wife for 28 years and they have two daughters, Amy and Katie. Both Amy and Katie have . . . read more


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