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Race to the Top Meeting Notes

  Below is a recap of our Race to the Top meetings.                    April 17, 2013 12:00 PM Items of Interest:   Bob Grimshaw reported that he is now OTES credentialed. Bob Grimshaw reported on the BASA Superintendent Regional Meeting at the Hamilton Co. ESC of April 12th.  Superintendent Dick Ross had a presentation, […]

Twenty-Two Seniors Graduate

Twenty-two seniors stepped up to receive their diplomas as they graduated from Fairborn Digital Academy on Wednesday, January 18. More than 150 proud family members, teachers, and staff joined in the celebration at American Legion Hall in Fairborn. The event was especially poignant because some of the students thought they would never graduate. But the […]

You’re famous — now what!?

By now, you must know that just about everything you post on the web is accessible to practically anyone. That includes your parents, teachers, “frenemies,” college admissions officials, and even your future employers. Once you post a picture, it goes out into the vast cyberspace universe where it can be picked up by Google, Yahoo, […]

Students and Bullying

Fairborn Digital Academy remains dedicated to protecting all of our students from bullying, hazing, and other destructive behaviors. What is bullying? Bullying is an intentional written, verbal, or physical act that a student has exhibited toward another particular student more than once. The behavior causes both mental or physical harm to the other student. It […]

Frequent headaches?

Maybe it’s Computer Vision Syndrome Computer Vision Syndrome describes a group of eye and vision-related problems that result from prolonged computer use. Many individuals experience eye discomfort and vision problems when viewing a computer screen for extended periods. The level of discomfort increases with the amount of computer use. The most common symptoms of Computer Vision […]

This is your brain on food!

As Mama always said, your brain works better when you eat your breakfast! With that in mind, here are a few ideas to keep your stomach happy, your sugar regulated, and your brain in high gear. Whether it’s an apple with a slice of cheese, a peanut butter and honey foldover, a hard-boiled egg and […]

Six ways to be happier in high school

High School is just a few short years in your life — but when you’re living it, it can seem like a lifetime.  While some people seem to breeze through junior high and high school as superstars, others are filled with dread from the moment they step on that big yellow bus. So, if you’re […]