Jordan High School on Watts get some long overdue transformation needed in the L.A. Unified School District.
According to LA Times newspaper Bethany Mollenkoff reports the significant educational changes in saff taking place among traditional high schools in LA.U.S.D.
Starting with Chemistry 24 year old teacher Evan Dvorak comes straight out if college to teach at Jordan High and make a difference in the Watts Community one student at a time. Starting with students Imani Earl, and Shanell B
lackmon, both seniors at Jirdan. Physics teacher Mr Dvorak made fun experiments in his classroom for his students to enjoy their learning experiences, making the classroom a creative learning environment for his students. Shanell was just about to drop Teacher Evan’s honors class, when he gave her that extra push and motivation until she en
ded up finishing her class with a B. as
Shanell approaches her Senior year, she is preparing to enter a junior college to become a nurse.
This is only one of
many inspirational stories about the transformations being made on the West Coast. Education has always been the key to our s
uccess, and it all starts with our youth.
In the words of Physics teacher Evan Dvorak at Jordan High School; ” Nothing less than your best. No excuses!”
West Coast Rise Magazine
Maurice Allen Petty M.A.P Rize Magazine
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