The William Monroe Trotter INNOVATION School
The William Monroe Trotter School is now a K1-6 elementary school located in Grove Hall on the Dorchester/Roxbury line. Our mission is to ensure, inspire and develop the academic and social emotional growth of all of our learners as they aspire to reach academic excellence. Our vision is to create a learning community where students, families, and educators are valued, respected and are positive contributors and investors in the success of one and all.
William Monroe Trotter Innovation School
135 Humboldt Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02121
TROTTER SCHOOL PLEDGE
I BELIEVE IN MYSELF.
I AM RESPONSIBLE.
I AM SUCCESSFUL.
I AM RESPECTFUL.
I AM INTELLIGENT.
I APPROVE OF MYSELF
BECAUSE I LOVE MYSELF.
I AM PRODUCTIVE
AND GETTING BETTER AND BETTER EVERY DAY!
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2014 School on the move winner
The William Monroe Trotter Innovation School is Edvestor's 2014 School on the Move Winner! The School on the Move Prize is awarded annually to one of Boston's most improving schools to recognize their progress. Other finalists included Orchard Gardens and the Hurley School. The prize is $100,000.
Key strategies for improvement included: highly collaborative school culture ensuring teachers and administrators hold one another accountable to high standards, use of data to plan, implement and monitor supports for students struggling academically or socio-academically, and a commitment to family engagement that has led to parents playing a more visible and active role at the school.
Community service day, fall 2014
Over 50 partners, teachers, families and students joined together on Saturday, Oct. 25 to make the school a better place. Although there were fewer participants than last Fall's highest participated event to date, this year was extremely well organized and the group was able to complete a significant amount of work! Special thanks to Global Ministries, Grace Chapel and the Parent Council for organizing, as well as Big Sisters for soliciting donations! Also, thank you to Mr. Egan, Mr. Post, Ms. Tamara, and Mr. Canney for the lovely mural!
Trotter wins national
trotter Governance Board
Thank you and Congratulations to the following elected Governance Board Members! We are very excited to be led by this talented team. Members will meet on Nov. 4 at 4pm to finish the by- laws.
Teachers & Administration:
Mairead Nolan, Principal
Romaine Mills Teque, Asst. Principal
Kim Connolly, Director of Partnerships
Sylvaine Lestrade, 2nd grade
Brenda Richardson, Science Teacher
Jessica Hallet, K2
Ver-Nard Fernandes, 2nd grade
Patricia Cadet, K1
Keisha Allen, 6th
Paula Bowles, 1st
Reggie Bradley, 3rd
Taniquea Foster, 2nd
Naida Greene, 5th
Alex Kaplan, K2