The CalArts Summer Film Program will provide students one-on-one structured mentoring in three key areas: 1.) Professional Development: Building Portfolios, Reels, Treatments & Pitches and Auditioning & Submitting to Film Festivals; 2.) College Readiness: Applying for College and Obtaining Scholarships; and 3.) Career Readiness: Networking and Applying for Internships & Jobs. Participants will also attend workshops with visiting artists and visit Los Angeles' most prominent filmmaking institutions. APPLY!
A longtime business administrator will serve as interim superintendent of Ventura schools, while the district looks for a permanent leader. The Ventura Unified School District board named Joe Richards interim superintendent Monday afternoon after a closed session meeting that went for more than two hours. Richards, 60, is now the district’s deputy superintendent.
“We are a group attempting to eliminate the stereotypes of young black men,” said Darryl McKellar, a teacher at Dorsey. “We wanted to get them some exposure to what’s out there. Not just colleges, but further career choices. And we’re getting them to improve their communication skills. They have to learn how to talk to people so that they can become better, and help their communities become better.”
Alex joined the Team HEAL Foundation in July of 2014 when she became the certified athletic trainer for Dorsey High School. She provides sports medicine services to about 300 student-athletes through the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of emergent, acute or chronic injuries and medical conditions. At Dorsey, not only does she serve as the athletic trainer, but also serves as a Regional Occupational Program teacher teaching sports medicine, sports therapeutics, and medical terminology. Alex holds a single subject teaching credential in Health Sciences and Medical Technology through LACOE.
March 6th through March 10th
Black History Month Assembly
February 23, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.
On Monday, January 16, 2017, more than 1000 community and corporate volunteers will make MLK Jr. Day of Service a “Day on, not a day off” as they revitalize and beautify the campus of Dorsey High School, a local Title I school. L.A. Works in helping breathe new life into this historic school while creating a more inspiring environment for teachers and students, allowing them to focus on success!
The Career Technical Education (CTE) program at Dorsey High School has a video production department that is preparing students to enter the workforce as film makers, camera operators, and editors. The program also enhances the students’ chances of being accepted into university film programs.
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"Chemistry teacher John Sims recognized his potential and reached out to (Earl Nevils III)." Click here to link to full LAUSD Daily article by Gayle Pollard-Terry from the LAUSD Office of Communications. Part of a series of stories about outstanding members of the Class of 2016.