Reviews

“Felecia is an advocate for high levels of learning for all students, including students identified as gifted, students with disabilities and at risk students.”

Leslie Laney
Principal
Fairfield City Schools

“Felecia Dorsey has worked tirelessly to develop systems and procedures to improve school functioning and student achievement.  She also has worked to build capacity among her staff, growing them as professionals, as well as increasing their leadership skills.”

Terri Dick,
Lead Teacher
Mt. Healthy North Elementary

“Mrs. Dorsey is a true instructional leader.  She keeps up with research …. that will have a positive impact on student learning.”

Dr. Reva Cosby
Superintendent
Mt. Healthy City Schools

“Mr. Dorsey is the quintessential instructional leader.  He knows curriculum & instruction.  He knows best practices.”

Steve Denny
Executive Director of Accountability
Winton Woods City Schools

“Kendell Dorsey has successfully assisted teachers by modeling lessons, providing one on one coaching, as well as helping teachers find resources to improve academic achievement and promote conflict resolution skills. ”

Nedria McClain
Principal
Hays-Porter Elementary School

“Mr. Dorsey has the rare ability to build trusting relationships with staff by accentuating the positive and acknowledging each step taken toward the final goal. He is able to articulate and visually display data in a way that is easily understood by all. Perhaps most importantly, Mr. Dorsey has helped our staff believe in the power of using data to impact instruction which ultimately will have a tremendous impact on student achievement. We have been truly blessed to be able to work with him.”

Terrez Thomas
Dean
Orion Academy

 

“I have known Kendell Dorsey in the role of teacher and building principal. In both of these positions he has always put his heart and soul into his profession. He is a leader who supports his staff and encourages each of us to think outside the box. Having someone support me in trying new initiatives and approaches is empowering as a teacher.”

Amanda Gardner
Teacher
Winton Woods Elementary School

 

 

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