11 Burst results for "Dawson Elementary"

"dawson elementary" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:18 min | 6 months ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Elementary school principal is under arrest accused of sending text messages to a Hillsboro deputy posing as a teenager 41 year old Derek McLaughlin is the principal at Dawson elementary in Riverview He's facing three third degree felony charges for sending sexually explicit messages to undercover detectives he thought was a 15 year old boy Chef chronister says thankfully a child did not receive the obscene messages News channel 8s Justin checker the school district says McLaughlin has been an employee since 2002 They add McLaughlin made suicidal comments at the time of his arrest and has been placed under a baker act A statewide search is on for a missing 9 year old Jackson nickerson who was last seen in live oak east of Tallahassee on Friday He is approximately four feet tall with long blond hair kept in a ponytail He may be with 36 year old Samantha nickerson who has sandy hair and brown eyes Anyone with information is asked to contact the swanny county sheriff's office Election officials are sounding the alarm about petition fraud in the push to expand gambling in Florida Elections supervisors around the state are reporting a flood of invalid petitions Orlando's Fox 35 spoke to Lake county supervisor of elections Alan Hayes Every single petition that is presented to us we check the name on it We check the address We check the date of birth and we check the signature and see if it matches a signature that we have on file for that voter It's believed petitioners are trying to manipulate the process by filing fake forms instead of gathering the signatures of real voters authorities say multiple criminal investigations are currently underway in different jurisdictions The St. John's county sheriff's office is investigating a possible murder suicide that occurred early this morning in St. Augustine The sheriff's office said it responded to reports of gunshots early Sunday morning at the 5300 block of a one a south in the butler beach area When deputies arrived they found two bodies inside the home according to sheriff's office the incident is being investigated as a murder suicide and that there is no threat to the public at this time With Ford's news I am Tim Atkins From the Florida central credit union auto loans traffic center if I 75 is a part of your travels this morning you won't be expecting any delays Heading over the bridges you won't be expecting any delays on the Howard Franklin Courtney Campbell or skyway Traffic is up to speed on the veterans in selman expressway There are no delays on U.S. three O one and its smooth sailing on U.S. 19 Construction continues on I two 75 both northbound and southbound between fourth street and the Howard Franklin bridge.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on WGN Radio

"For what purpose? Does the gentleman from West Virginia rides? I object Objection is heard. West Virginia Republican Alex Mooney objected to a unanimous consent request from Democrats shelving the issue. Today it will be brought back for vote by the full House tomorrow, a majority of the Cabinet would have to sign onto invoking the 25th amendment making Pence. Acting president Washington, DC Mayor Meriel Bowser is urging Americans to take part in next week's presidential inauguration. Virtually this is necessary because the inauguration post is several unprecedented challenges that exceed the scope of our traditional planning processes. Hauser said she's asked the Interior Department to cancel all public gathering permits in D. C from now. Through January, 24th inaugural security is expected to be unprecedented, featuring multiple layers of military and law enforcement entities. The Army is investigating a psychological operations officer at Fort Bragg, who led more than 100 people from North Carolina to the rally in Washington that led up to the rights of the capital, 30 year old captain Emily Rainey said she acted within military regulations and that no one in her group broke the law. She says she was a private citizen and operating within her rights. That people are members of more county Citizens for Freedom, which describes itself online as a nonpartisan network promoting conservative values. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot joined preschoolers at Dawson Elementary School in Chicago. Public schools reopen for special education and pre K students despite members of the teachers unions, saying that the schools are unsafe. Mayor says today is pivotal for local communities Moving forward today marks a huge step forward in making sure that we are addressing those long standing issues and a top of the list is educational equity. And achievement issues. Roughly 6000 students are expected to return to public schools today. Some other suburban school systems are likewise returning together full time or hybrid classroom instruction, including schools in Algonquin, Crystal Lake, Elmhurst District, 205 and Elgin District. You 46. Meanwhile, some teachers in Cicero District 99 say they will not return to the classroom today. It will be teaching remotely since Rose covert positivity right stood at 13% on Thursday, and that's 5% points higher than the state's recommendation for a return to schools. WGN SPORTS Here's Dave innit. Top ranked Alabama number three Ohio State meet in Miami in the college football playoff championship game. The Crimson Tide favored tonight by more than a touchdown. They're both on beaten, but Alabama played 12 games. The Buckeyes seven The Bulls are off the host. Boston tomorrow to Paul host Yukon Tonight. College basketball Loyal a place at Indiana State again. The Blackhawks get ready for Wednesday's opener, A Tampa band tonight the debut of Black Hawks live with Chris Boden and Nick His money joined by Dylan Stroman. Troy Murray, seven o'clock on WGN, Dave innit, WGN.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I like to be dead set in my mind and he china and invited me to believe to believe a little bit more. You go with that in new right. So you know. Shut onto my brother appreciating. Thanks for the stock tip we might have had. We might have to have jokic a stock. This way. see what he's talking about. Hey i got you. I got you your. It's been a pleasure are preceded again are like always give my love to the family and listen when we get ready to shake this believe. Are we going for everything. We're doing this to be freedom hungry Renaming read amongst from. Yes sir all right all right all right so to all the listeners. That are out there On the drawing board podcast listeners. Out there the drawn or podcasts out. Hope and i know that the wealth what we shared tonight ought to challenge you. I know you're thinking we're getting ready to give stock investments in tips about where to place your money away to allocate your dollars. I know you probably maybe coming into the room. Thinking like these guys are getting ready to tell me What the next wave is the next bubble is talk. A little bit about storm industries organizations. That have great models for you to follow or gray or opportunities for you to engage in e commerce on their particular platforms but our greatest wealth strategy for you today right now that is within your power to reconcile within yourself to believe number one believed that god has a plan for your life and good not evil to bring you to an expected and give you a future and secondly i want to believe every member is lord. I got to give the power to get wealth that he might establish his covenant with you as he's sworn to your father's as is this day. Thirdly i want you to know the scripture lets us know money answered all things in earth so yes. Prayer is extremely powerful. We need that. That's part of the covenant. Praise and worship extremely powerful that creates a conduit for us to have a powerful exchange spiritually with the lower For us to be able to sit under a powerful faith leader who will teach us train as educators. Equipos that are. That's the four pillars at my church. Casinos international were my pastor. Is the chief apostle. Dr carol dixon. So if you are not a pastor you need a pastor a you need someone that can help stuart and to shepper your soul. That is what i'm sharing with. You is that you're not gonna be able to get there by yourself. You're going to need someone that is standing in agreement with you. What scripture tells us about agreement it says ebony to touching as agreeing on anything of the earth is anything on the excuse me shall be done on the father which is in heaven before you get super spiritual about it. I want you to garner learned the principle of it so that you can apply like dairy. Say an activist Faith today what does faith combines. Faith come by hearing and hearing by the word of god the greatest wealth strategy you can employ for twenty twenty. One is for you to be lead. I believe in. God secondly believe in yourself thoroughly believed in the vision and the mission. That's already on the inside of you waking you up at night waking you up early in the morning you've been investing your money spending your money in that direction. Because we're every your money is going. I wanna let you know where your heart is so where you are investing spending wasting whatever you're doing with your money however you're stewarding what you've been blessed with. That is where your heart is. If you find yourself as an educator and you find yourself you don't even know how your exhausting your budget to be able to bless the children at your school in your classroom man. Listen god is getting ready to revive and refreshed with a new perspective in this digital virtual space. How you can do that even better. I would be remiss. If i didn't take the time to shout out my school where i serve as a dean of climate and culture at dawson. Elementary middle school principal is curtis. Brown curtis brown. They assistant principals. Kimberly dawkins a host of staff family faculty members community. Listen we are getting it. Done at dawson. Elementary middle school. And to my brother. Steve banks a shoutouts cohort four. Yet coho core cohort for is in the building. I said all that to say. What is that. today's day of activation. Where i want you to come square with yourself in the mirror. Your dreams have one hundred percent chance of causing you to win but you must believe at that thing already one before you step on the battlefield. You had to see him on. And even when the results don't initially manifested in the way that you see it in your spirit as long as you have breath in your body you have another chance in an opportunity not to try but to do. I was speaking to someone who really dear to my heart. And they were telling me that they. They couldn't find the motivation. They were looking to take action. They fine sufficient information that landed them to act or to activate of what they believe in. Sometimes you don't have to always be motivated or inspired to act sometimes just appear knowledge or having the principle of knowing what to do is enough you heard various talk about it sometimes passionate is what leads you to the but once you get to the purpose of course that passion states residents but it begins to take on some very intentional Intentional structures in shapes and organizations. And so i know sometimes you looking for passion. This show won't fire in excitement and and all of this exuberance but sometimes passion is showing up. When you don't feel like it and making a solid in a sound decision. Even win the feeling of motivation has left you. Don't that's called escort commitment. You wanna show. I wanna show you somebody. This passionate with passion begins to shake take shape in born and it takes on a purpose when passion takes on purpose. It becomes commitment. Commitment means that.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Assistant principal dog is three assists students with their work at home. Make sure they're doing their work and turn it in principle brown four eight so so this is one of our main things model leaders lead by example. You want you want your children to do certain things you want them to be educated. You want them to do their homework. Show them you reading. Show them you do homework. Show them you doing things to bury yourself. Be Leader Laibach Zone. All right and by Assistant Principal Dawkins all I get to close it out your closing out drum room number five. I will say just love your kids again. I made Mr Brown said it already. But that's the way to like us to end on this note. Love your kids. I mean that's what they need to have his time. Know that someone cares about them and they have your support at the help you know. Lend them to have a successful year. Darnold bursaries learning. Oh that's good and you know the overall theme that I'm from What you will have shared there. Is that the main ingredient of us. Being able to move forward is not just the intention of love but it is the expression of love and so love will take form and fashion to say. Hey listen you need to get up and get online? Love will take fashion horn with just stopped being in. Although you believe your children knows that you love them stop number two and just tell the man I love you number three. If you love me you won't let me go below the bar of excellence so you're gonNA make sure that. I'm completing assignments in turning them in a timely manner. Let me address this point right here. This is a PSA. Everybody keeps asking the question. Will this this work in my student is completing? Willie Count Eight. Let me tell you what accounts for it counts for. Their progressive learning towards their future going to school in learning is not just about getting a great. It is about attending information. It is a alive strategy. Formal education is a life strategy. The results of that formal education will be totally dictated by a rental involvement. I'm talking to you as a parent herbs as a educator. Second the quality of my children's future is based upon Mayan Ball met in their education. 'cause they'll get out of it what it is that. I require from weather. Some people have one experience in in the same environment. Somebody who says the different? It is their level of involvement. Okay now back to this point the expression of love will always meet the it will always meet the need and if you love them that whole idea of do as I say not as I do. That's out the window actually has always been out the window but we like to believe for some reason that that we said they actually did what we did do what they say while they were. President and then when they were not present. We did exactly what they do. And then lastly then we operate in such a motive of love of of that. It caught debates our children's inner potential. If you ever want to see See grow on you have to do is love. You know. Study talks about plants plans that you talked to cultivate a healthy relationship with that. They grow if that works for plants do for humans a firm them speak words of life to been allowed them to make mistakes. That only safe environment for children to make. Mistakes is should be at home and at school. Those are the two central environments. So guess what I can hear Mr Brown in a staff meeting saying you know what this is not about perfection. It's about progress. GonNa give as so. We're nearing the our interview. But I want to give you all a brief second Mr Brown In Mrs Dawkins people have been hearing about Dawson. Elementary Middle School. How can they get in touch with us? How can what we have going on? Where can they jus- they the easy place?.

Mr Brown principal Mrs Dawkins Elementary Middle School Willie Count President Dawson
"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"This is host and founder. Andre Hebron the author of the drawing board which is a powerful thought provoking testimonial challenges the reader to examine their life and to re imagine the possibility I also am the host of the drawing board experience. It is a conference where we draw consummate professionals to inspire motivate and bring you to a point of transformation in your life. I also serve as the Dean of Climate for Detroit Public School Community. District at Dawson. Elementary Middle School said ninety isn't exciting night. I get a chance to bring the myth. The legend you know The man and woman from Dawson Elementary Middle School better known as Principal Brown and assistant principal. Doc is in the crowd though. Wa did the show guys run as Lucy blue. Oh Man listen it is my pleasure to have you all on I. E intimately the work that you've been committed to And how much passionate joy an exuberance and even sometimes long-suffering early days long nights the to put in Dawson every single day. So first of all let me just ended. No it is a pleasure to serve beside. You are on a daily basis. So tonight we'RE GONNA. Jump GonNa jump right into it Principal Brown how long have you been serving in the field of education just completed March twenty fifth year? Now my twenty six year in the field education and I'll have to say I spent nearly twenty years teaching second grade through fifth grade. La Spent a few years towards the end of that twenty year span. Teaching computers and I spent the last six years in administration. Okay so you have a made a proverbial Klein. Were you seeing all fastest edition from the teacher role to Technology role as an assistant principal Now hold the principal ship right so mark. Would I like to call a player coach right? I always see myself as a teacher. You know many of the years I spent in On the teaching side I was a part of the of T- And served as building rope for my school man. Elementary for nine years so I work very hard and very diligently on that I always trying to put students first so I'M MARINA TO THE TABLE WASN'T administrator. Is that you know we always WANNA put students first and Try to supply. My teachers will all resources and things they need to be successful at job and making sure we meet every need of our students. Excellent now. Mrs Dawkins You have been in the field Education for how long Adnan or twenty four years so I Started off as a math teacher. And then I became a MAC coach. And then I wasn't instructional specialist and I've been in assistant principal two years excellent so you also took the proverbial Klein Through education seeing your perspective that you went into coaching around the became an instructional specialists. And now you are an assistant principal. What advice especially since we're talking about How education thing and changing Amidst Kobe nineteen particularly. What advice would you give to a a students that are looking to go into education and then be teachers that are looking to climb through the ranks of getting into administration? What would you give to? The student is going into education that has to me. Yeah destined to both of you. So we'll go ladies first ladies first. Okay so I to nicer first question about students during this time Kobe nineteen. I think that we've done a good job. Transitioning to the virtual learning and our participation has increased We've done some things to give students more prepared to be online as well as the district will be providing the some resources to aid in that students have stepped up and had been participating. Their teachers still completing their assignments in feedback back and doing the best they can. We have our support staff supporting us and reaching out to families in doing wellness checks. Making sure that everyone can is okay or have any questions that they can ask her. We're trying to help them. Read also make them aware of what resources are still available as we still or through this difficult time for your second question in terms of advice for people wanting to move up the ranks in this field. You move up. The ranks in the field wanted In leave their role Graham.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"A powerful provoking discussion where we talk about family relationships ministry community and Kareem. Let's see what exciting guest we have on our show. Well welcome to the drawing board this is your host Andrea Hebron and of course what we talk about his family relationships ministry community and career. We are excited. I let me say to all my many conned whole of my Latin people to Panamanian Equal Happy Single Day. My you rate agree. I hit it one time for you tonight. I promised my wife. I don't know much in Spanish but I know this to take a minute. Sorry of Anita yes yes you have beautiful smile. I tried to learn the romantic part of us. That right right night. I have the pleasure. And the honor of introducing some powerful of women who are transforming the lives of young ladies across Metro Detroit and they are known as lambs and that Stanford is an acronym for Gorgeous ladies aspiring and motivating ladies. Welcome to the show. Get a good evening. Good evening earth. Let me just address and Kinda give some back story about. How comes to know these ladies? I I am Dean of Culture Climate or Detroit Public School Community district and they serve our young ladies at Dawson. Elementary Middle School. Let me just take a second and let the people know you ladies do a wonderful job. At empowering our young ladies whether it's encouraging them whether it's motivating them whether it's causing them to aspire towards the greatness that is within them whether providing the redirection as needed in a moment of clarity whether it's pulling some to the side and having individual conferences whether it's driving them home because they need a ride after the mentoring session whether it's getting up early showing up at the school setting up a family style meal you all do a wonderful job at impacting. The young ladies laps. Thank you so much just had the warranties happen here out. Yes so ladies. Welcome to the show. Let's give you guys a chance to introduce yourself and then please tell me what is the mission like how all of this begin someone you all our family. Some of you are the close friends I saw on. The you guys looked up like you guys lined up as if you were a Greek organization. I know I can't think of the back Greek online. Somebody's so ladies. Tell me about it. First of all introduce yourselves My Name is Rhonda Pat. I'm the founder of Glam and The organization founded in twenty fourteen and it was founded because like you said Mr E. Bryan in school. There are so many directions that you can go so many roads that you can go down and misconceptions and just watching a reality. Tv Now is our young girls offs. Who writes about themselves as well as Just being a genuine African American woman as well as being a good friend my compete and so we founded the organization. Because truly out there. When we were growing up it used to be a false Saint saying women. Don't make good friends but we absolutely do. But it starts from the very beginning right in school when you have cheerleaders or Pomeranz or you know different bursts cities of.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

13:19 min | 2 years ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"So you know. Public allies has a lot of partnerships with a lot of organizations. But they said you will be a perfect fit for big brothers. Big Sisters Right. Yeah so they placed me there and I was fortunate enough to Work there for a little over two years. It was a great experience but it was different because it wasn't hands on with the kids it was more administrative doing the other side of the business and understanding how you set up programs right and implement new programs and things like that so it was a great experience but once that contract ended with them. I started looking for additional employment so then I have to backtrack a little bit. So when holly started at Washington Parts Academy and we created the impoundment project Male mentoring program I recognize that at our school. There was still a specific need for programming and Of My kids ironically. Enough have been a part of scouting. I was a scout when I was a kid. You know in in thirty four of great. They'll come and so when I became an adult I put my sons in scouting and I looked into things that was just going to give them something to do after school. You know they say itemizes double playground just looked in the programming that I like that I thought was interesting and Put My kids in it. So my son Cortez. He was scour And then when Hamas came to watch the parts academy. I seen that we needed. You know. There was an opportunity to start scouting program and I was like I'll start doubting program. I reached out to the organization and we started our pack at Washington Academy Seventeen. O one co seventeen. O One being the Choi was found right. I was with with Yaw Represent Right. Even though we're in Redford technically you know we still serve ninety five ninety nine percent. Detroit kids so I said our pack is going to be called seventeen one because I love my city right so I created the Cub Scout Program and I was a parent. Volunteer and parent volunteering is is Is a labor of love. You know you either do it or you. Don't right you know so. I didn't have a lot of parental support in order to start a cub scout program. You have to have five people to support the program okay. No so it was me my wife. Windy Barbara who was one of my scouts. Mother Right and who's moon helpful? Yeah Mister Moon with my best friend of forty years. Now you know He and are you know that's the funny thing about him is. I invited him to be a part of our DADS club you know. And he don't have no kids at all now not a single child or he has his godchildren and my son. Hollis's his guy is his youngest grandchild on me Godson so he came volunteered at the school. So it was Mi Mr Moon. my wife highly Wendy Barber and Mrs Day which is another parent of a child in school. So that was my staff on paper. That was the staff you know and they also came in and helped me run the program. Make sure kids were on task and things like that so We ran the program for two years at Washington parks in it kind of fell off because there wasn't a lot of other additional support. We you know we does five people that are name also the same five people who were my parent volunteers. All of the years. We've been at the school you know what I'm saying. So you know. Their time gets tax sometimes as well so The program as as itself as a after school program. Oh started doing the laying down and but what was ironic. Is My supervisor. Regina she was Just happened to be at the school one day because what happened is Washington Parts Academy decided to make boy scouting an in school program. Okay which was phenomenally better for our students Rice Louis because a lot of the because that was part of the issue we have is is would doing other after school programs and transportation. Being you know being that we're charter. Schools School of choice you know. There is some transportation issues or children have other obligations after school right so when Watson Parts Academy decided to make an in school program. It made it much better for the key. All boys to be able to participate so I just happen to hear about this that they had an in school program. What that meant school program? What is that all about right? And what so long story short. It's a paid assignment in the in the schools to run programming for boy scouts of America. And I said well I need to apply because there's no place I'd rather be than actually in the classroom. You know I was looking for jobs and I just recently enrolled in college too so that I could get Landry in college degree I would not have the issue of that being a barrier over me anymore so but hearing about the program that they had an opportunity to be to work for boy scouts of America and be in a classroom. That was a win win. It was the perfect marriage. Jed were so I applied. And you know Lo and behold I was eligible for the job. It didn't require me to have a college degree so I'm thankful to be able to actually run program at five schools throughout Metro. Detroit RIGHT NOW. I'm in Eliminate let's name the best school that you're in right. Of course I also elementary middle school. Assure shout out is so it was. It was a pleasant surprise to have you know gotten to know you at Washington parcel. Now's the Dean there and then I happened to be walking through the building and look up and see my brother again at Dawson. Elementary Middle School where I was the dean of climate and culture so I gotta say I advocated because they told me We have a school called Dawson Element I was like. Oh I have to go to Dawson. Yeah that's what Mr Ibran Mr Brown and Mrs Boyce. Are you have to go there? You have? We glad to have you man because when I saw you walk through building I knew I said Oh help help has arrived yes I i. The quality of the programming that you provide the excitement the enthusiasm of the instruction man. Yeah the direction that you provide for the young man if people just look at the collateral that are posted that is a group of our young men from Dawson. Yeah excited about you. Know the work that they had completed right working on flagstaff working on flags that day so for me when I see a group of young men start a task. Finish a task and be excited about what they have completed. Yeah that transcends that assigned absolute because they were able to start something they were able to finish it and they were able to feel a sense of pride ownership of Selena task scouting has principles associated with it. Yeah that transcends just. The program takes young men into life gives them give them skills and gives them a aptitude really just opens up their aptitude to achieve. Oh yeah I like to say I. I didn't never. I never participated in scouting of my son participated in scouting also. I'm knew that he was out. My Wife said I was training little warriors so I stopped that training and I put them in the program so My Mom who's a marine and they asked me say e Brown. Why didn't you go to the Marines? I said well has seventeen years basic and I tell people that story but like those survival skills Learning how to tie not primarily absolutely being able to know how to handle things agriculturally and plant so seed knowing exactly what type of soil that you need how to cultivate My mother also did some some training that might be a little off degree. It you know as far as knowing like your whereabouts assessing your environment being able to take you to one place in you know. Drop you off in you knowing how to you know. Make your way back. Those are all skills that to be honest. Some of our young people today. They don't have to engage it because they sit in the car and they don't pay attention to where they're traveling right computers. Tell you everything right. So they know how to find their way. And I think the scouting is a path of that people can choose to give kids those skills life skills man onto you know one of my colleagues Her Son has grown now. Okay right but to this day if he hands you a pair of scissors or any sharp object he holds onto it until you say thank you so that you acknowledge that you have control of their shop opposite. That's a skill that he learned in scouting. Yeah I mean and and and it's just those kind of things right there you know. We teach we teach the kids about a lot of stuff. Like I'm getting ready to teach the kids how to whittle you know and it's like okay wiggling is done with a knife right right. All of my programs are done in schools so I can't take a knife in school right so we use bars of soap and we use Plastic plastic plastic ware right and teaching the kids. When I started talking about it with the kids you should seen how excited they lit up. You know absolutely because I let them know. I say okay. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa talk to your parents about purchasing you a Swiss army knife. That is almost like a right of passage absolutely. That's right and they all understand it point now with a lot more focused it you know a lot of times when we talk about stuff they get loud and super excited and you know but like even at Dawson. I got nine boys. Yeah right these. Nine boys who are third and fourth graders are so focused on the material and learning it. You know that when I come in I mean and and I do this program at lunchtime so this is they have to eat lunch right. They have to absorb the knowledge and they have to participate. You know all within this little thirty forty minute Wendell. But they come in ready. Let me tell you though every day. They're asking me you know. Even though they know the day that they go Mr Brian I think I have boy scouts today. Mr Lebron I think I gotta go to Boy Scouts Today. No not today thing. I gotta go mystery Brian. I said well you know what go check with. I was GONNA do it every day when they do they do. They are so even before you get there. They are anticipating your arrival. And they they leave. I'm telling you it a sense of accomplishment man and that's why I can get up every morning and feel good about where I'm going and what I'm doing because I know I'm making an impact. You know I see my scouts out in Myers you know in out in town different places and they give me the scout salute right you know and just you know it just warms you up all on inside because you know you make an impact you know they look at you and say hey Mr Franklin hey you know they give me Moscow salute. When I'm in the hallways they give me. The scout saluted come and try and give me the scout handshake. Whatever so that lets me know that. They're absorbing what we're offering them and urban kids day. Don't get it. They don't get this enough. You know what I'm saying. So that's why I'm so happy to be able to create programs in the city of Detroit because otherwise these kids wouldn't be getting these opportunities and and there are a lot of scouting programs around the city in different in different Churches in places. You know an shout out to every last one of them But to be in a classroom. Mace a much more profound impact for me because I see probably two hundred kids a week right. So let's do this because I know there are principles listening in. I know there are educators. Teachers I know whether you're in a public school or charter school. And you're looking for some programming for your students. And sometimes it's your high fliers. You're young men who need.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

12:17 min | 2 years ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Was male glee. Okay and because I had already had jim they were like well. This is the only class left that you can take a while. So I'm coming into the class. I got on all Ridge. A Uh Rain White Nike jogging suit with Jordan's on I got the dark shades on the baseball cabinet. I'm looking at guys in the tenth grade with dress shirt song you know I'm like Oh my God what is this. I ended up meeting too young new one name. Is Tom Brown. And other the women who dare Derek Clarke so these two young men just to show you the power and the amazement of how the universe works these. These two young men put their arms around them and they were in the senior class in their sound like Luther Vandross so he sound like big luther guy big big look so They really gave me the opportunity to be myself and not have to conform to you. Know what everybody felt. I should just say hey man do your do your be yourself by After that they brought in a couple of other guys one was the class. Ask President His. Name's Eric Johnson. And other young man was your alley was on the newspaper now just to show you the caliber who these gentlemen word. So Derek Shine both have passed. All Chevron has had changed his name to out of South Gate Sean. Is the son of Rosa Parks okay. He passed on underground. They were doing tour and they were bringing kids back. Underground railroad and the bus that they were on flipped over and failed on ravine and in the process of him. Helping everybody get out. He perished One of my other brothers your Allah. Now it's over. He's right over here and tactile. He's him James Kim Genius Brush Bro. Yeah absolutely I know his six is coming very. There's right so you already know his story story like when we talk. Maybe about three months ago about how we weren't able to walk across the stage as we graduate and turns out we both had like we had like a two point. Oh grade point average and graduating sounds like to see where he's at. See where I'm at what we are doing. This like the Amazing Air Eastern is over and saw fuel has his own business now with helping individuals and is like they really put into. I mean even back then the hangman. You can be better than what your circumstances are and curate afford now absolutely solicit framing because You Sing. I didn't get a chance to graduate. Walk across the stage had less than a two point. Oh Man Yeah. Why should still but you took that You know through process of life some the things you experienced some some things help to redirect you and get you own path. You learned a lot whether it was the motivation of the ladies to get you ask has who that all right so I mean I. We have to learn how to leverage. When we're speaking about our youth we have to learn how to leverage what motivates them right and? So whether it's their you know attractions or whatever their appetites are meeting with it and so for you. At the time it was you know. Part of it was gadfly. Didn't fly for the ladies. Well for the lady stay out of jail because you know it was it was really issue back then for me I listen I try to always put a little sugar on it because again Everybody isn't ready to hear just the degree to which you have been behaved so now let people know. It's been a really a big transition for me to go from where I was to where I am now. Right and people like man. I just can't see that any like that's because I really worked hard on renew and myself and rebrand myself. Yeah so that that stereotype that I was following at the time just didn't stick and that's what I try to talk to the kids. Ah Too because pilot brothers today serves individuals who are in middle school that starting at twelve years okay. So we're working with we're in process now trying they do some things with the schools so that we can reach. Are you earlier. But it started out with just trying to help individuals who were in community who are transitioning home from jail Single a single father all the things that I was going through and so I created it to help them get into the skilled trades. Now we're helping pulse a program now for computer programs in all of this all the things that I was missing that I never got the chance to have somebody another brother say. Hey man come on get into this right you know. I know you making money on the street. It's a better way to do it without having to worry about the police and so that's what I try to help out with now. So they really played a great part in it. Oh that's awesome man. I was just having a conversation with my pastor. We were talking about the young men at our church and so our young men are actually Madison. Bless young guys. All all of those young men that are college age are in College. And that's you know We have been able to have one hundred percent graduation of one hundred percent graduation rate. I am none of the young men. Have you know a none of the young men are incarcerated Thank God and under the young men at this point there in there you know teens. Early Twenties They don't have children yet. I mean so. I mean when when people are taught better or when people are given opposite option resources. Resource Resources is opportunities right and so That that's huge right and so you guys are both authors and What I love about what you've shared just in your your testimony testimony here? Is that when you come to those crossroad moments. If you are not given the knowledge the information to teaching and training it doesn't provide for you the opportunities unity's washes even if the resources exist and hopefully she used to say simply like this. If you know better do better right right. So coach is also so an author and so we go from what okay. You've now what his answer is. No child left behind the anxious right. That's what that's what she'd be excellent about where we hadn't even conversed about prior to coming on. Did you know that still genius. His at Dawson Elementary Middle School. No I didn't know that. Yeah I know you'll is everywhere. You are all over the world like it's crazy. Stinginess is a great program and he ain't taking those shorts right now so let's growing by leaps and bounds. Not at all. I mean so the fares will you know that his yes right I mean and you're right. It's a beautiful fame. Shoutout man so listen The answer talk to me about it coach minding purpose in building relationships in the classroom. Now this huge talking about building relationships absolutely talked to me about the book. What made I made you want to write the book and then 'cause it's narrated and it's also illustrated very child-friendly? Talk to me about the answer. Because you have Abba claim to fame that you have the answer. Well here. What is the answer? Rub It in a nutshell you know. It was based on Life experiences you know and and a challenge challenge that my mom gave me you know as I was getting a lot of trouble here near and at the Middle School High School frame age. She gave me this challenge. Because I was always going around the house and my little grimes and what this own way. No way you can't just go past that rhyme was man You're listening to the funky four plus one more no nickname they gave me. You know my nickname was thrown. You know so that's my stage name. Okay you yeah you know and it was just GonNa go look younger brothers and sisters. You know they couldn't say Mama the real name when I my natural name. They don't know how they got. They used to say known. Okay then they start calling me through knee and they shorten it doom. What's up on okay just like wow you know? So with the nickname and the mix of it always flowing around the house or whatever Marin Hold on are you okay. All right here you know all right I got you know you liked Mike Star. Pan The bills. I'm GonNa get me a check always much respect but now with dealing with the kids that we work with every day we make sounds sounds moves. And we'll be doing it this way. So I'm on the drawing board experiences with my crew so we're going to break it down and this is what we do. We educate demonstrate relate and take it to to another skill set because you WanNa make your mindset wet if they wanted. They're going to get it if they thirsty. We're GONNA make it happen real quick. So that's the way that we do. Of course I'm talking about the FAM- year owned my brothers all right yeah bars Lawrence. We know you're gonNA have to come. We get on. Get on the next video for Edgy. Cypher Oh man yeah okay and so. That's the story behind. The books gave me the challenge. She she is like look if you put as much time into these rhymes that you doing right as you onto your schoolwork you'll be all day student so in high school. My teachers started letting me like my speech teacher. I wrote my speeches the speeches then my conclusion. He gave me the opportunity to wrap my conclusions so I would just break it down in you know and it just men over and I found out I was smart enough. Not Miss Decker. She plugged into me. She's a you know you smart enough to actually go to college and I'm like really you know I'm like well. Why are you so hard on? meet the rest of them. You know you only make continental he only got Wright half appeared grab you know Bryant. He the only one to three or four sentences and here. I am going to tell me you got to write a ten page paper and I'm like why are you telling me to write a ten page paper. She liked 'cause you can do it lessens so you know you wrote that paper and now it's like man you know winter you know Nice School to get my degree because I mean my high school diploma. 'cause they're by was like man. I'm like man I get a chance. I'm like I got a chance to talk to the school. Counselor go to school so I had to lead a block early so they used used to tell me and tease me like look at you. You can't even get jokes. Say 'cause you gotTa go to twenty four hour going to school. I'm like hey I I took all that you know I'm like hey I gotta go man I got. I can't miss this class. I passed made it you know graduated on time with my class. Last year we went on from there. And I and our self-proclaimed myself you know that college kid with a street degree. If I didn't get knowledge. Then where would I be. You know absolutely all right. Don't make me have gone. I'm not reading on tonight. Owen yeah well. Here's the thing though like I want you to just take a moment and this is for those that are watching to take a moment. I have coach Nate. Half brother brother to mock here But some of you all share that same story or or a common narrative. Because here's the thing stores that were telling tonight are more common within our community than not so I would like for our stories to be Somewhat rare right but unfortunately for a lot of our young brothers that that we can tell the same story and not our hair like. Yeah me too right. Yeah Oh but think about it like this. Had you not chose to make a different decision decision. Now I want you to get the images of this all of the children all of the men people in your community your individual families. Your daughter's what is your son's had you chose to make a different decision. Who would they have to depend on.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The trees and the four day WBZ accu weather forecast now with dean devore how we looking today dean and looks good there is a lot of sun glare and situations that are coming up in the next couple of hours as the sun comes up but it's full in your face sales we get into the afternoon. you will see an increase in clouds and it will be some showers saving moving through the city in coastal areas later in the afternoon and evening so it's a sunglasses morning into umbrella afternoon and evening here in the meantime temperatures going to warm up to near eighty today dad tonight slows down the fifty is not quite as warm tomorrow back in the mid seventies with bright sunny skies nice day Saturday again closing on on eighty degrees by in the afternoon for the city of Allen Spotts mid seventies at the beach is a shower thunderstorm Saturday night and looks cooler but nice on Sunday with sun and clouds and highs in the low to mid seventies Sam accu weather meteorologist either for WBZ bosses newsradio Randolph checks in with a partly cloudy sky fifty seven degrees is fifty seven in Duxbury sunny in Boston and sixty hi today near eighty six fifty six now on the ring central news line parents of Mexican students of doctors in the town of Iguala are demanding justice five years after their disappearance CBS is Adrian bard reports the forty three missing students have come to symbolize Mexico's horrific battle with drug gangs and corrupt politicians and they still haven't been found. the appearance took to the streets as Mexico's current president has called for a new investigation the previous administration considered the case solved but fifty three of the one hundred and forty two suspects charged have been freed due to irregularities Adrian barred CBS news Mexico City heating appliance malfunction leads to an evacuation yesterday at the Dawson elementary school and hold and no one was hurt a smoke and high carbon monoxide levels were contained invented out of the boiler room classes are due to be back in session this morning Kanye west's latest album which was expected to drop.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Off the job just after being put on the tracks a problem with one of the doors state health officials say a fourth person has died after coming down with the triple a virus documents from a secret whistleblowers complained about president trump's handling of Ukraine could be made public as soon as today red Sox are rolling now that they're out of it ten three winners last night socks and Rangers one more time afternoon baseball coming up in Texas later today now the governor Charlie Baker has banned the thing in Massachusetts it's up to local cities and towns to carry out the orders sold when the big band was announced governor Baker in the math department of public health said local boards of health and law enforcement would enforce it and a result director Thomas car bony says the town is working on figuring that out I suspect that that was the end over board of health will be adopting the band as a local regulation that will that allow us to to connect it with the the retail sales permit if we have somebody who doesn't want to comply they may end up losing their cigarette sales. this is the end over alone there's north Andover and Weymouth in Wellfleet in Worcester and Springfield internal borough well you get the idea in Andover Karen regal WBZ Boston's news radio meantime vape stores in Connecticut yesterday saw business booming corresponded Mike Massaro checked it out a hundred yards away from the Massachusetts state line there's a vase store in Enfield Connecticut several others within minutes of where I'm standing in throughout the course of the day we monitored the parking lot and saw several cars with Massachusetts license plates with customers going in and outside of these vape shops now there's been lots of people crossing over the border to get their supplies governor Lamar is considering what action to take when you van all vaping products were that leaves more people to the black market for these even more dangerous I wanted a little more research on this is still early also similar reports coming out of New Hampshire where big businesses are also said to be doing quite well five eighteen now more than two dozen Medford police officers have been disciplined for a violation of department policy status around a quarter of the staff for the entire police department of Bedford chief Jack Buckley says an investigation that began in June recently finalized the officers now face punishment ranging from written reprimands to suspensions it's not known if any of them will face criminal charges. it's of Mexican students abducted in the town of Iguala are demanding justice five years after their disappearance forty three missing students have come to symbolize Mexico's horrific battle with drug gangs and corrupt politicians and they still haven't been found. the appearance took to the streets as Mexico's current president has called for a new investigation the previous administration considered the case solved but fifty three of the one hundred and forty two suspects charged have been freed due to irregularities Adrian barred CBS news Mexico City in upstate New York to white middle school students face charges after reportedly beating a ten year old African American girl and then subjecting her to racist taunts the bus monitor in the town of Coober door also charged with endangering the welfare of a child for not intervening of governor Andrew Cuomo has asked the state division of human rights to investigate this incident a heating appliance malfunction leads to an evacuation yesterday at the Dawson elementary school in Holden no one heard as smoking high carbon monoxide levels were contained and then vented out of the boiler room class will be back in session this morning five nineteen and the beautiful star to Boston here on a Thursday morning a.

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"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"dawson elementary" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Teacher's aide every <hes> paraprofessional to every <hes> custodial engineer that started party school today happy first day of school. I hope that all went well. I can say at dawson elementary middle school <hes> we had an excellent time with the clap in and to all of the men that came out and supported that clap in today. Thank you and god bless you. It really really made a difference in the lives of our youth and <hes> the children just continue to exclaim about it and even the parents continued to explain about it so i just wanted to say the work that you all did the hour or that you all volunteer. It has so much impact and we're looking forward to partnering with you all more <hes> in fact. We have a this little plug here. I'll put it there. We have an event this saturday from ten a._m. To two p._m. At dawson elementary middle school and would love to see you all out us our back to school events so so yeah make sure you do that but to all the teachers administrators faculty staff everyone in there as we would say their respective places right yeah so <hes> definitely really glad about that and now tonight tonight tonight we have the man the myth the legend pastor the andre riley welcome to the show sir so so glad to be here. Thank you so much for <hes>. Allow me on your platform. You know notices a great thing that you have gone on and i haven't people dropped their destinies in their futures and some just glad to be here to be able to share a little bit of information today. Oh yeah absolutely man the last time you and i were together. I believe with brother jesse. Was it around like a father's day believe so i think it was leading up to father's day in the whole focus was fatherhood so yeah yeah that was almost when maybe you're almost night have been a year goal or might even might have been a your to your but man i see you doing great and awesome things man i love the way got is using you <hes> particularly especially addressing the same domains that we look at on the drawing board with his family ministry community and career absolutely but triggering green all understanding that it begins with relationship so congratulations to you and your wife man. I saw you guys traveling on the plane yeah so yeah so that got us there in a mighty way used you all as a unit. I love it when i see <hes> young couples operating in whatever god has called them to do whether whether it's business or ministry but moving as a unit so i like the pitch this to you i was talking to my kids about this today. Oh not today but <hes> over the weekend and dan i explained to them why i don't allow them to argue with each other's said i said this is that i know you might think is just that you know being dad right and i said well what i'm really really sharing with you is there's no issue greater than preserving the unity of our family because when we unify there's there's nothing that's impossible for us. You know i use scripture whatever to a more touchy sorry. That's one of my favorite scriptures because i i literally believed that if we coming coming ingredient about something that numbers twenty three to god is not a man that he's sir. He said if we if we agree in the father in heaven will do that thing so i told them about that man and you know how unity plays a huge part of and you know i ought scriptures are coming to mind you know how to together all of those things but guy has given you a special mandate so really train and equip and talk about the raw real issues as it relates to young married very couples..

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