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Geiser Selected for North/South Classic

Dalton High School senior, Cole Geiser, has been selected to play in the Ohio North/South Classic all-star football game.  The game will be held on  Saturday, April 28, 2018 in Massillon, Ohio at Washington High . . . read more

Safety, Security, and Mental Health Levy

Hello, Dalton Local School's Families and Community Members of Dalton and Kidron. Dalton Local Schools is seeking your input before the Board of Education takes action at their next Board of Education Meeting on Monday, April . . . read more

Camp Invention

Camp Invention is returning to Dalton Local School District! Camp Invention takes summer fun and transforms it from ordinary to extraordinary!  In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Dalton Local Elementary . . . read more

Being Proactive in These Times

Dear Families of Dalton Local Schools: During the course of the last couple of weeks there have been a number of discussions with respect to school safety. I am writing to share with you that we as a District are very aware of . . . read more

Basketball Tournaments

Dalton girls basketball presale tickets for Saturday’s girls’ basketball regional final game at Massillon Perry High School against New Washington Buckeye Central will be on sale Friday in the Dalton high . . . read more

FinalForms

The district is moving from paper forms to a digital platform. With FInalForms, you will now be able to sign off on all student forms via a web portal. Parents will receive an email asking them to confirm their account. With this . . . read more

How are Snow Days Determined?

It is difficult to believe we are already a month into 2018. Time surely does fly. Although, I can imagine time may seem to trudge along during the doldrums of winter. Especially this year, as we have already had four snow days and two 2-hour . . . read more

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