Dayton Leadership Academies

A School Culture of Joy and Achievement

Meet Our Team

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DLA Team Member Core Values

Unwavering

Belief in Students

  • Believe that all students can be successful.

  • Demonstrate a sense of urgency and a relentless pursuit of academic achievement.

  • Are highly proactive in serving students and seeking out resources when needed.


Passion for Excellence



  • Embrace a growth mindset with a focus on reflection and refinement of practices. 

  • Seek out opportunities for professional development and make a systematic effort to review data to ensure progress towards goals.  

  • Are critical thinkers and problem solvers who take initiative to ensure decisions are based on the highest professional standards and what is best for students. 



Collaboration and Teamwork  

  • Make an effort to build relationships that collaborative and trusting. 

  • Assume positive intent when interacting with each other. 

  • Seek to understand and respect each other's differences. 

  • Embrace joy whenever possible. 


Respect for Others
in the Community



  • Have a strong belief in the power of relationships and strive to build positive relationships with families and community members. 

  • Assume positive intent when interacting with others.

  • Communicate in a culturally sensitive manner. 


 

Code of Conduct

Employees at Alliance Community Schools, Inc./Dayton Leadership Academies must conduct themselves at all times in an ethical and professional manner both on-campus and within the community we serve.  The School code of conduct requires that Employees act with honesty, integrity and good judgment. Each Employee should demonstrate respect for the rights of others. 

Any incident of unethical or dishonest behavior should be reported to your immediate supervisor within five days of the incident.  All reports of unethical behavior, or behavior which results in a negative reflection of Alliance Community Schools, Inc./Dayton Leadership Academies, will be investigated thoroughly. If the allegation is substantiated, administration will determine the appropriate disciplinary action. Employees who violate ethical standards may be subject to discipline, up to and including termination.