SAS Leader Jessica Lamour performs for Black History Month at Board Meeting 

(As written by Mr. Dennis Lindsay.)

School for Advanced Studies (SAS) North senior and SAS Silver Knight Nominee in Drama Jessica Lamour performed “400 Years America and Still I Rise” on WLRN live television at the MDCPS Board meeting of February 15, 2017. Jessica was invited to perform by Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall to honor Black History Month. The auditorium was full and Jessica received a standing ovation at the conclusion of her performance and many accolades by the subsequent speakers.

Dr. Bendross-Mindingall and her chief of staff Cedric McMinn were instrumental in making this happen. Dr. Bendross-Mindingall even commented on the logic of Jessica being nominated for the Silver Knight in Drama.

She absolutely has a lot of talent in dramatic interpretation in addition to her stellar academic performance.

We are very proud of Jessica Lamour, her family and SAS!

Honoring Zoe’s Dolls and Women Leaders at Board Meeting

At the February 25th Board Meeting, School Board Member Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall (D-2) was proud to recognize Zoe Terry (Zoe’s Dolls) for her leadership and work to provide dolls of color to girls throughout the County. We salute Zoe and her mother, Nakia Bowling, for their support and commitment to making our girls feel beautiful! 
Board Member Dr. Bendross-Mindingall (D-2) also honored women leaders for their work and advocacy on behalf of all women and their families. We salute you all for your passion and support to our schools and community.

Brownsville Civic Neighborhood Association is Honored at November 2016 School Board Meeting

On November 23, 2016, School Board Member Dr. Dorothy Bendross-Mindingall (D-2) was honored to recognize Brownsville Civic Neighborhood Association for their service and work to improve the lives of our Brownsville children and families. 

Thanks to BCNA President Kenneth Kilpatrick and members for their support.