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Dear Student and Parent/Guardians,

As we get into the full swing of second semester, students are busy preparing for their Career Technical Student Organizations competitions. The hard work our students are putting in will pay off for years to come. They are learning new skills, stretching their talents, making contacts, adding awards to their portfolios, and building their confidence
As they continue to put their skills up against the best-of-the-best on a regional, statewide, and even national level, we wish them the best of luck.

With the unpredictable weather, please visit our web site for information on DACC's school delays and closings policy.

If you have any questions or need to speak with someone at DACC, please don't hesitate to call us at 740-548-0708.

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Upcoming Events
February 1
Equine Science Open House  | 10am-2pm
Equine Classroom  |  Delaware County Fairgrounds

February 6
Parent Teacher Conferences

February 25
ACT testing at DACC

March 4
Student Exploration Day

March 21

March 30-April 3
Spring Break - No High School Classes

February Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, February 6th from 4:30 to 8pm.  This will be a blend of phone and face-to-face conferences.  Phone conferences will start at 4:30pm and end at 6pm.  We will offer face-to-face conferences from 6pm until 8pm. Please utilize our high school website to schedule conference times that are convenient for you and your family. 
We will also be hosting a College Credit Plus Informational Meeting for parents of students that are interested in participating next school year.  This will take place on the same evening as Parent Teacher Conferences from 5:30-6:30pm in the Forum. 
State-Funded ACT Testing
State law requires districts to administer the state-funded ACT to all juniors in the spring of the school year. Delaware Area Career Center will be testing all full day juniors on February 25, 2020 free of charge. The state administration of the ACT will include the primary subject areas in reading, English, mathematics and science. The state testing of the ACT will not include the optional writing test. DACC will be providing test preparation sessions to all full day juniors in January and February. 

For more information about the ACT, click here. To take the practice test, click here.
DACC Prom - Save the Date!
March 21, 2020 | 8-11pm
The Medallion Club, 5000 Club Drive, Westerville, OH 43082
Look for more  announcements and ticket information soon!
School Closings and Delays
School delays and closings can sometimes be confusing and we want to make sure you know exactly what to do. We have posted an  FAQ page on our web site  where we answer these questions about what to expect and what's expected of our students.

Please remember that you will not be contacted by our associate districts for DACC delays and closings. You will only receive information directly from DACC through the Honeywell Instant Alert System, on social media, and through the news.

Additional questions or special circumstances can be directed to PJ Taylor at (740) 203-2268.
Attendance Phone Number
Parents of students who are going to be absent are to call the Attendance Office before 9:00am the morning of the absence or provide a written note excusing the absence upon return. Please call (740) 203-2268 to reach our automated attendance line or email
PaySchools and Online Fee/Lunch Payment
Payschools is a web portal parents can use to pay fees and deposit funds into their student's lunch account. If you are having trouble using PaySchools, please make sure you are going to to log in. After double checking you are on the correct site, try re-setting your password by clicking "forgot password" on the login page.

If you'd like to speak to a PaySchools representative, please call 877-393-6628 to have someone assist you.
Adult Education at DACC
Did you know that DACC offers programming for adult learners? We are launching new programs in February and March.  Applications are being accepted for:
  • Cybersecurity for Business 
    This 2-day (16-hour) course will provide an overview of the current threats facing businesses today and cover strategies for securing your business IT operations. Class will be held on February 20 and 21, 2020. Registration is $159. 
  • Cybersecurity for Home and Family 
    This 1-day (6-hour) course will take a detailed look at cybercrime and outline techniques for securing our home networks and using the internet safely. We will cover strategies to keep children safe online as well as danger signs that parents should be alert for. We will discuss how to recognize and protect against online scams. Class will be held on March 14, 2020. Registration is $79.
For more information about any of these courses or to register,  click here or call (740) 201-DACC.
Online Resources
Below are resources on the DACC web site that may be helpful to you. If you have questions that these resources do not answer, please don't hesitate to contact us at (740) 548-0708.

Upcoming Events (not listed in official district calendar)
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