Dayton Public Schools

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Dayton Public Schools
136 S. Ludlow Street
Dayton, Ohio 45402
Montgomery
District information
TypePublic
GradesPreK-12
SuperintendentElizabeth Lolli [1]
Asst. superintendent(s)Shelia Burton, Lynsa Davie, Erin Dooley, Wyettea Hayden, Carolyn Mack, Angela Nichols, Judith Spurlock [2]
School board7 members [3]
Chair of the boardMohamed Al-Hamdani [4]
Budget$248.4 m (2018) [5]
Affiliation(s)The Ohio 8 [6]
Students and staff
Students12571 [7]
Faculty2062 full-time employees (2018) [8]
Other information
TreasurerHiwot Abraha [9]
Website www.dps.k12.oh.us

Dayton Public Schools is the school district in the U.S. state of Ohio that serves Dayton, Ohio. The district covers 49 square miles. [10] Dayton Public Schools (DPS) is the 12th largest PreK-12 district in the state, with a 2017–2018 enrollment of about 12571. [11] DPS has 28 schools, 18 PreK-8 schools, 2 middle schools, 6 high schools, and 2 special centers. [12]

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DPS operates the FM jazz radio station WDPS.

Schools

High schools (9-12 & 7-12)

SchoolAddressTypeTenure as a H.S.
Belmont High School 2615 Wayne Ave. Public, 7-121959-
Dunbar High School 1400 Albritton Dr.Public, 9-121931-
Thurgood Marshall High School 4447 Hoover Ave.2007-
Meadowdale High School 3873 Whitestone Ct.Public, 9-121961-
Ponitz Career Technology Center 741 Washington St. Tech. School, 9-122009-
Stivers School for the Arts 1313 E. 5th St. Magnet School, 7-121908-1976,
1997-

Elementary and middle schools (Pre-K-8)

Special centers

Former school buildings

The following schools have been closed and, in some cases, demolished. [13]

High schools

SchoolAddress [14] TypeTenure as a H.S.
Colonel White High School501 Niagara Ave.Public1929-2007
Fairview High School1305 W. Fairview Ave.Public1929-1982
Kiser High School1401 Leo St.Public1925-1982
Patterson Career Center/
Patterson Co-Op/
Stivers-Patterson
118 E. 1st St.Public1952-2009
Roosevelt High School 2013 W. 3rd St.Public1923-1975
Roth High School4535 Hoover Ave.Public1959-1982
Steele High School203 N. Main St.Public1906-1940
Wilbur Wright High School1361 Huffman Ave.Public1940-1982

Elementary schools

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