On this episode of the “Dr. Duke Show” we start at Hamilton High School in Los Angeles, where indoctrination is running wild, as photos have surfaced of a classroom displaying a gay pride flag, BLM flag, and even posters that say "F" the police for all students to see.
Erika Sanzi from Parents Defending Education comes on the show to talk about the incident that happened at Hamilton High School here in Los Angeles. Welcome to Bidenville as more "F--k Joe Biden" chants were heard at college football games over the weekend. An airline pilot was arrested in connection with attacks on women.
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Jayson Turley is a former Minor League Pitcher that has two stud boys that are top prospects in college and high school in Noah Turley (Yavapai with commit to U of Arizona) and Gavin a junior at Hamilton High School in Arizona with college commitment to Oregon State. Jayson gives some great advice and shares his role as a parent of two sought after players. Who is your athletes mental coach? To work with Chad one-on-one email him at firstname.lastname@example.org www.LegacySportsCLubhouse.com click "sign in" and Mental Edge to see program
In this episode co-hosts Anni and Dave speak with high school students and educators about the impact and lessons of Hamilton, the musical. As it came out on Disney+ this past year, the impact of using Hamilton as a learning tool for high school students has exploded. This is an episode that discusses that impact. (C) Music D.S. KnowltonCo-Hosts: Anni Reinking (@AKReinking) and Dave Knowlton (@DSKnowlton)Contact and Connect with Learning Vibeslearningvibespodcast@gmail.com@LearningVibesPodcast (Facebook)@vibes_learning (Twitter)
Hamilton’s public school board is seeing early signs that more secondary students are struggling to pass their first-term courses amid COVID modifications that have them attend school in the morning and shift to online learning in the afternoon. The latest annual Student Learning and Achievement Report shows the course failure rate on Nov. 16 midterm report cards jumped to 16.4 per cent, up from 9.5 per cent last year. GUEST: Peter Sovran, Associate Director for Learning Services at the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Before the latest shutdown order paused the Swim season, we caught up with Eric Talsma, Head Coach for Hamilton High School, to recap league meets and talk about the upcoming State Meets. Presented by Lawrence Technological University and the MHSAA.
Before the latest shutdown order paused the Swim season, we caught up with Eric Talsma, Head Coach for Hamilton High School, to recap league meets and talk about the upcoming State Meets.Presented by Lawrence Technological University and the MHSAA.
Join us for a special episode with guest, Robin Tenboer.In this episode of Mentorships in Education, we welcome Robin Tenboer, a business owner providing custom sensory products for children with special needs. Mentorships in Education is brought to you by Just Education, LLC and is hosted by Judith Epstein. Judith has a Master's degree in Education with a concentration in Language Acquisition. She is certified in special education with post-graduate coursework and professional development in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Social Thinking, and Collaborative & Proactive Solutions and Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT). Judith created Just Education, LLC to compile a free resource library for mentors of students who struggle on a wide variety of topics that are all related to education and student success.About Robin TenboerRobin is the mother of three special needs children. Marshall has ADHD, ODD, Anxiety, Depression. Kinslee has sensory processing disorder and ADHD. Caleb has ADHD, Autism, and Anxiety. She graduated Hamilton High School then TSTC Waco with a degree in Geospatial Technologies. Robin started Little Red's Sewing Company in 2014 after her children were diagnosed with ADHD. Since then the company has grown to help children in five different countries.Webpage: www.lrssr.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/littleredslearningtools/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robin-tenboer-051b19124/CONNECT WITH USEmail Judi: email@example.comOur Website: http://justeducationfirst.comJudi on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/judith-epstein-30936971
Late last week a number of NFL stars collaborated on an extremely powerful video focused squarely on George Floyd's death, racial injustice and the NFL's lack of proactivity when dealing with the issues blacks have been dealing with for so many years. Brad and Eric discussed the power of the iconic video – which featured Cardinal Pro Bowlers Patrick Peterson and DeAndre Hopkins, as well as former star safety Tyrann Mathieu. They also went in-depth on the video NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell posted about a day after a number of the league's elite players made their voices heard. Brad also caught up with former NFL and Arizona Rattlers lineman, now long-time Hamilton High School assistant coach Mark Tucker via Skype (17:21 on podcast).
Mike Zdebski is the head football coach at Hamilton High School, the biggest school in Arizona and a traditional football force. Before beginning at Hamilton, Coach Zdebski spent 29 years on the sideline in Michigan, where he achieved at the highest levels and was elected to the Michigan High School Football Association's Hall of Fame. In this episode of the SGG podcast, we discussed: 1. The scale of high school football in Arizona, including high-level media attention. 2. The friendships he developed through football. 3. Learning the game while coaching with Pat Fox. 4. Giving assistant coaches opportunities to continue learning while he was at Walled Lake in Michigan. 5. Why he took over as head track coach… and encouraged his football players to run track. 6. Identifying college coaches to learn from – including Urban Meyer and Dan Mullen – and the importance of developing trusting relationships with them. 7. Using Zoom to promote learning for his football staff. 8. Weekly leadership meetings for his players. 9. Once a month team-building activities – centered on community service and fun. 10. Reading together as a team. (you win the locker room first) 11. Weekly team meetings. 12. Why he took on a new challenge…and some of the specific elements of turning around a team that had experienced difficult times. 13. Building a youth program. 14. The impact of personal training on young football players. 15. Providing support to his players in contacting colleges and supporting them through the recruiting process. 16. Why there's no need for “rah rah” speeches before games – but how important routine and focus are in developing mature teams. 17. “Learning to be yourself” as a coach.
Patrick Newman is a Memphis native graduating from Hamilton High School, Univ of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (B.A. History) where he played baseball, Freed Hardeman University (Master's in Education) and also Success School of Real Estate. Patrick has been able to gross millions of dollars in three totally different industries: Education, Real Estate and Entertainment.Throughout his career as an athlete, educator, and entrepreneur, Patrick has experienced a tremendous amount of success. He holds High School, State Records, All City, and All State Awards as a Baseball Player at Hamilton High School. He also received the “Hero Teacher” Award with Memphis City Schools as an educator and the Urban Elite Professional Top 40 under 40 Award. In addition, Patrick's Ultra Lounge was nominated for Best in Black Award in Memphis Tn. Patrick Newman is currently the C.E.O./Owner of RP Newman Real Estate Firm, Savor Memphis Ultra Lounge, and the head baseball coach at LeMoyne Owen College. After a very successful decade in the education field as a High School History Teacher, Baseball Coach, and C.E.O./Owner of Independence Tutoring Company, Patrick decided to solely follow his entrepreneurial pursuits. Take a listen as Patrick walks us through his colorful journey through education, business and sports. You'll find that he has a very strict mantra about excuses and always discovers an opportunity in every situation.
Patrick Newman is a Memphis native graduating from Hamilton High School, Univ of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (B.A. History) where he played baseball, Freed Hardeman University (Master’s in Education) and also Success School of Real Estate. Patrick has been able to gross millions of dollars in three totally different industries: Education, Real Estate and Entertainment. Throughout his career as an athlete, educator, and entrepreneur, Patrick has experienced a tremendous amount of success. He holds High School, State Records, All City, and All State Awards as a Baseball Player at Hamilton High School. He also received the “Hero Teacher” Award with Memphis City Schools as an educator and the Urban Elite Professional Top 40 under 40 Award. In addition, Patrick’s Ultra Lounge was nominated for Best in Black Award in Memphis Tn. Patrick Newman is currently the C.E.O./Owner of RP Newman Real Estate Firm, Savor Memphis Ultra Lounge, and the head baseball coach at LeMoyne Owen College. After a very successful decade in the education field as a High School History Teacher, Baseball Coach, and C.E.O./Owner of Independence Tutoring Company, Patrick decided to solely follow his entrepreneurial pursuits. Take a listen as Patrick walks us through his colorful journey through education, business and sports. You'll find that he has a very strict mantra about excuses and always discovers an opportunity in every situation.
Julianne is a social worker at Hamilton High School. She is heavily involved in the community and local charity. Julianne is helping kids overcome anxiety, stress and becoming more aware in her newly created Mindfulness Room.
In today's always-on world, your business demands a simpler approach to network security. At Blackfoot Communications we deliver state-of-the-art security solutions – from the perimeter to end-point devices and remote data backup – for businesses across Montana. Ensure your company's network is online. All the time.For more information, visit GoBlackfoot.com/Business.Ryan Tootell and Colter Nuanez talk about Montana and Montana State basketball's recent results (:30), and they welcome Bryce Carver, the head football coach at Hamilton, onto the show (28:18). They also recap the wild Monday Night Football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers with some postgame thoughts from Seahawks DE Jadeveon Clowney (38:22).
Born and raised in South Memphis, artist and entrepreneur Young Soul began cutting his teeth as a creative in the Southern region of the city as a writer and author at Hamilton High School. He started recording demos at 17 and attended MTSU to pursue a career in journalism and politics. After discovering music was his calling, he built a cult-like fan base spreading from Tennessee to the East Coast markets. In 2018, he performed on two indie tours and released his first studio offering "Summer on South Parkway" in early June. Soul has expanded his portfolio this year launching a clothing brand and a film company both based in Memphis. Take a listen as Young Soul shares how South Memphis prepared him for this cutthroat industry.
After exploring several career paths, hosts Bill Cravy, Howard Levi's, Todd Padre and Sam Weatherman return to their roots at Hamilton High School. The Teachers fill in listeners on their pasts and discuss their future goals at Hamilton. Later, A.P. P.E. Teacher Original Fig (Paul F. Tompkins) stops by to discuss secret knocks, Student on Wire and takes a very special test. This episode is brought to you by BlueChew (www.bluechew.com code: TEACHERS).
The Teacher's Lounge is coming to Earwolf September 18th! Your favorite hosts return to their roots at Hamilton High School to talk to some of your favorite and new characters. They'll also explore interviewing guests who aren't in character about their high school experiences. Stay tuned to hear more on September 18th!
On this edition of the High School Football America Podcast with Jeff Fisher, Lake Hamilton (Arkansas) head football coach Tommy Gilleran about winning the 2019 Gatorade Coaching Excellence Award.
Weekly Updates Feb. 24, 2019 Hello VAPA Community! This is Dr. Trimis. This Monday will be a late start day with students arriving at 10 am. Hola Comunidad VAPA! Este es el Dr. Trimis. Este lunes será un día de inicio tardío con los estudiantes que llegan a las diez de la mañana. We have had a busy week at Legacy and at VAPA. Congratulations to our Cheer team who did a great job at USA Nationals on Friday. We were one of only a few LAUSD school teams competing! A big thank you to Coach Brenda, Coach Adolfo, families and supporters. Cheer will now move in to CIF City Section competition. Congratulations to our Legacy Boys Soccer Team who played in the CIF City Championships on Saturday at Valley College. In the end, we were 2nd in the City falling short by one point. Thank you to Coach Magana, families, and supporters. Congratulations to our Girls Basketball Game doing a great job in the CIF Open Division Consolation Finals at Hamilton High School last Wednesday. A big thank you to Coach Estrada, families, and supporters. Also congratulations to all of our Spring Sports Teams who have started their seasons and are off to a great start including Boys Tennis and Volleyball, Softball, Baseball, Track and Field, and Swim Team who had their first meet on Wednesday. Congratulations to our VAPA Show Choir who competed for the first at Temecula Valley High School on Friday, earning 2nd Place in the Intermediate Division. We will continue to be busy at VAPA this week with our WASC Accreditation visit on March 3-5 and upcoming competitions for color guard, short flags, and dance team, Eastside Arts Festival in March, our Spring Musical April 3-6, and our 4-Day Spring Fest event beginning Friday, May 10. We are now moving quickly towards our high stakes testing season with Smarter Balanced Interim Assessments and Summative Exams coming soon, Advanced Placement tests in May, and our first school-based SAT for all juniors. It is also critical for our 11th Graders to participate in the 4 Saturday math review sessions scheduled in March. I encourage all of our students to go to school every day, stay on top of all of their classwork and studying including practice for performances and stay healthy. Please go to our website and social media sites for more information and updates at www.vapalegacy.com That's it for now. See you at school. Take care, Dr. Edward Trimis, Principal
Comfort, Capability and Confidence. Discussing the multi-plane and multi-factor components during ACL reconstruction rehabilitation. Dan is once again joined by Torrey Foster, PT, DPT, OCS as well as Dr. Shelden Martin, MD Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon. He is the head team physician for the Arizona Rattlers and Hamilton High School, as well as associate team … Continue reading Ep. 38- ACL Return to Sport →
Raquel Rodriguez was born with a mic in her hand! From the age of 5, the LA native knew she wanted to sing, and is a gifted musician at her core. She is a woman who believes in the magic of music. Her presence is warm, powerful and inspiring, like her sound. The Mexican-American soul singer is in a lane of her own, as she draws inspiration from Prince, Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Amy Winehouse and Bruno Mars, to create a smooth balance of 70s funk, 80s synths and 90s R&B. Raquel is the true embodiment of the multi-cultural millennial, fusing the subcultures of the last 20 years of LA style with her nostalgic, yet current, brand of music. Raquel grew up on the West Side of LA around Santa Monica and Venice, close to Gilbert’s El Indio, her family’s Mexican restaurant, which, over the past 44 years, has become an institution. Raquel shed her shy disposition at a young age while participating in elementary and middle school talent shows. She took piano lesions and sang at Hamilton High School’s Music Academy, and, as she matured, her love of music only grew. After high school, Raquel attended the prestigious Thornton School of Music at USC, where she studied music industry and jazz theory. It was at USC where Raquel polished her songwriting skills and solidified many of her now thriving musical relationships. The community of musicians is just as important to her as is the art of music. After college, Raquel went on to sing backup for such luminaries as Gwen Stefani and Anderson .Paak, and, in addition, opened for artists J. Cole, Snoop Dogg, Trombone Shorty and Goapele. Raquel’s talent is unmatched. This year marks the release of her new EP, The 310 Pt. 2, an homage to her hometown, The City of Angels.
The best version of The Share Chair Podcast is when other schools share their own students' stories and we ALL listen in. Welcome back, Hamilton High School. We're happy to have you. Now-- Hendrik is a 17-year-old exchange student from Germany. Leaving family and friends and traveling across the globe for a year would be scary for any teenager much less one living with cerebral palsy. Listen to Hendrik's inspiring story about how he has chosen not to let his disability stop him from doing what he loves.
Mark Behnke joins Chris for episode #97 of the STEM Everyday podcast. Mark is a teacher at Hamilton High School[...] The post STEM Everyday #97 | Sports Journalism & STEM | feat. Mark Behnke appeared first on Remarkable Chatter.
It's prom season. Join Mike and Matty as they step into the halls of Hamilton High School to interview a student about the excitement of the prom. Better listen NOW!!!! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/aloneinthedarkpodcast)
Hope men have a chance to win the MIAA with a win over Olivet Wednesday. Plus, Sentinel assistant sports editor Chris Zadorozny talks Hamilton wrestling and pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training.
Ellie Flamboe is a freshman in college who has been battling depression since the beginning of her senior year in high school. While her struggle continues, she has chosen to use her situation to talk to others and try to help spread awareness about mental health. Her bravery in talking about her situation and telling her story is truly an inspiration!
In the pilot episode of Hamilton High School's first, best, and only podcast hosted by teachers tackling issues about the Hamilton community, Mr. Cravy, Mr. Levi's, Mr. Padre, and Mr. Weatherman discuss some pet peeves, the perils of boogie boarding, and Mr. Levi's announces his mayoral campaign. Then, shop teacher Klaus Kendall (Paul F. Tompkins) comes by to share his deep respect for wood and hatred of animal. Binge seasons 2-5 plus new weekly episodes from season 6 only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of listening, go to stitcherpremium.com/teacher and use promo code ‘TEACHER’.
Sydney Wassink is a senior at Hamilton High School who has not let autism slow her down. She has become a public speaker and an advocate for people everywhere who are living with autism. Her positive attitude and desire to help others inspires everyone with whom she comes in contact.
Anders is an exchange student at Hamilton High School. He shares his thoughts about what it's like to be an exchange student as well as the similarities and differences between American and Danish culture and schools.
This week, we welcome Hamilton High School to The Share Chair Podcast. As the mission is to honor and celebrate voices and experiences in order to elevate empathy, we're happy to add schools to the mission. Welcome, Hamilton High! Abby Snay and Nicole Dekker are both seniors at Hamilton High School. Last summer, they took part in a school trip to Italy and Greece. They share about their experiences in foreign cultures, lessons learned from travel, the extra stress that goes along with being a senior, and their goals for the future.
Welcome to the Teacher’s Lounge, the only podcast that gives an uncensored, behind the scenes look at the goings on at Hamilton High School. To hear more episodes from this 6-part mini-series go to Howl.fm and use the promo code TEACHER at check out to get 1-month for free. Big Grande (Comedy Bang! Bang!, improv4humans, With Special Guest Lauren Lapkus) take you inside the minds of Hamilton’s honor’s department teachers and welcome guests from the greater Hamilton High Community (Paul F. Tompkins, Mary Holland, D’Arcy Carden and more!) to discuss the hard hitting issues facing today's high schoolers. Binge seasons 2-5 plus new weekly episodes from season 6 only on Stitcher Premium. For a free month of listening, go to stitcherpremium.com/teacher and use promo code ‘TEACHER’.
Kelly interviews Andy Losik about his new book, Stay in the Game, sharing his knowledge of technology annually on a local television news program, working with amazing corporations focused on helping education, and providing quality professional development for educators. Andy and Kelly also discuss being the all-around "helpful tech guy," a role many wired educators know very well. Andy is a great teacher, a great guy, and has really expanded his impact as an educator. This is a great interview for all educators. You will be inspired to expand your classroom and discover many ways to make an even bigger impact and improve your lifestyle. Andy Losik has been teaching for 21 years in a variety of elementary school settings. For fifteen of those years, he has taught the elementary Infotech program by combining technology and literacy skills in Hamilton, Michigan. Andy is a STAR Discovery Educator, a Google Education Certified Innovator, and Apple Distinguished Educator as well as the 2009 Michigan Tech-Educator of the Year. Along with his classroom duties, Andy oversees online learning at Hamilton High School serves as a technology "helpful guy" in his school district and across the country for private, public, and charter schools. He has also provided insight for companies like Disney, Sifteo, Sony and most recently joined a special team at Discovery Education that works to advise and promote its many corporate partner educational initiatives. First and foremost Andy is a husband and dad who loves his family, fishing, and football as much as he loves the techie stuff. Andy's new book, Stay in the Game, is about Jared Veldheer. Jared is one of the top left tackles in the National Football League but very little of his path to the Arizona Cardinals is what you might expect. Stay in the Game follows Jared's journey of being a brainy, over-sized kid who often found it hard to fit in to an athlete discovering his many talents. It didn't “just happen” though and without a core set of principles in his life, it never would have. Sometimes the best thing you can do is “Stay in the Game.” It took author Andy Losik and Jared's parents nearly five years to complete, but “Stay in the Game” is now available in paperback and eBook. The book targets older kids and the casual football fan but the hardcore pigskin geek will have plenty of material as it also details a lot of the recruiting process, training for the NFL Combine and Draft, as well as some of the inner workings of how the League and teams operate. Mentioned in this Podcast: Andy's first book: Potter's Wheel Andy's new book: Stay in the Game Cue Rockstar Teacher Camps The Ultimate Cheatsheet: 8 Steps to Publishing Your Students' iBooks to iTunes Hillsdale College Air Parrot: Software to mirror your MacBook Reflector: Software to mirror your iOS devices. Book Kelly to speak and share his art at your event!