Nyjah Munn, an 8th grader at DSST: Conservatory Green Middle School, noticed another student during their first week of school. Ivory Corona-Sanchez is a 6th grader, so she is new to the school, and she is also blind and working on mobility. Nyjah noticed her struggling to with cane and saw an...
Perseverance is the continued effort to achieve in the face of opposition. Last Thursday, February 18th, we celebrated the landing of the aptly-named Perseverance Rover on Mars, a culmination of years of human effort and tenacity.
We want to give families a preview of some of the guidelines students who are attending in-person can expect on a typical school day, starting next week.
While delayed a day thanks to the early wintry weather, Center Programs across the DSST network reopened on October 27 with great excitement! Here are just a few snapshots of Center Program joy throughout the network!
It is hard to believe E-School kicks off next week. We are so thrilled to welcome all of our students to the 2020-2021 school year. The start of school will look a little different this year, and we want to ensure all families feel ready to start the year strong.
By Edrik Vachier, DSST: Cole Class of 2020
By Tiana Pham, DSST: College View Class of 2020
The principles of equity and access are core to our approach to E-School and, as always, our Special Education teachers are key players in ensuring we fulfill this commitment to all of our students.
If you’re thinking about teaching, and did not go through a traditional educator prep program, an alternative pathway could be for you! Here are a few common questions answered as you start to explore:
Every few weeks, we like to highlight an exemplary staff member that has been nominated by a colleague for the great work that they do, whether inside and outside of the classroom.