"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.
The players of the Dorsey baseball team have a motto: S.T.N., which means “shock the nation.” The work the Dons do both on and off field is enough to shock anyone.
“The kids with autism allowed these guys to help them win the championship,” Dobson said.
Click here to link to Los Angeles Sentinel article by Amanda Scurlock
Peter Burns teaches a self-contained special education class, and also serves as the head coach for the Varsity Games Teams at Dorsey HS. Click here to link to Palaestra article page 55 and 59.
Click here to link to this part of a series of stories about outstanding members of the Class of 2016 by the LAUSD Office of Communications.
Under the watchful eye of Dr. Gaston, Assitant Principal in charge of athletics, Christopher Floyd (Student Body Tresurer) and Alexander Madueke (Student Body President) sign letters of intent to Benedict College in South Carolina. They will be attending class and playing baseball in the Palmetto State this upcoming 2016-2017 season. Good luck boys and make Dorsey proud. Click here to link to Benedict College.
The Dorsey Parent Center Ribbon Cutting and Parent Appreciation Day on Friday, May 20. included distinguished guests Mark Hovatter, LAUSD Chief Facilities Executive and Dr. George McKenna, LAUSD Boardmember District 1. Special thanks to the Dorsey Community Representatives Ms. Paredes and Ms. Karinrlu and Dorsey Parents. Click here to link to KLCS News Brief
"This Sunday marks the beginning of Classified School Employee Week. We could not function without the Everyday Heroes who create welcoming and warm school environments, drive students to school, support student learning as assistants and aides in the classroom, prepare and serve nutritious meals, maintain safe and clean campuses, provide administrative support centrally, and serve other invaluable functions in our District." Click here to link to LAUSD Classified Employee Recognition Program Video
Five $2,500 scholarships, seven job offers, and twenty-seven certificates were presented to Dorsey students for completing the TJX Companies, Inc. Youth Business Institute. Thanks to Richard Pickett (Marshall's), Rick Campagna (HomeGoods), Todd Seligman (TJMaxx), Cindy England (Marshall's), and 2016 YBI Facilitators. Click here to shop a Marshall's, HomeGoods, and TJMaxx near you.
Click here to link to ABC Channel 7 News coverage of Careers through Culinary Arts Program C-CAP Offers Scholarships for High School Chefs
As an African-American instructional leader of a school community that is reflective of my culture. I commend AEMP for leading the charge to ensure that culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy becomes a vital part of the curriculum in order to address the learning needs of SELs.
Click here for full news story and Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Newsletter May 2016