Office for Males of Color

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OFFICE FOR MALES OF COLOR

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Preparing young minds, developing young men, and positioning for a positive future.

Stacy M. Worley, Ph.D., Coordinator
937-542-3015

All male students in grades 4 - 12 are invited to join the Males of Color (MOC) program. MOC consists of a series of sessions designed to affirm, enhance, enlighten, and inspire young males of color within Dayton Public Schools.

Office for Males of Color Objectives

  • To help build positive character in young males of color.
  • To help develop and enhance critical thinking skills in young males of color.
  • To help motivate young males of color towards success in school and life.
  • To help guide young males of color towards positive identity development.
  • To help provide cultural enrichment for young males of color.

The 2020-2021 curriculum includes lessons on building character, community service, setting and reaching goals, and more! View our Pacing Guide.

Interested students should contact the Males of Color coordinator at their school:

SchoolContact Name Email Address
All high school studentsMarlon Shackelfordmcshackl@daytonpublic.com
Fairview ElementaryDelvin Terry, II.dterry@daytonpublic.com
Belle Haven ElementaryDelvin Terry, II.dterry@daytonpublic.com
Valerie ElementaryDelvin Terry, II.dterry@daytonpublic.com
Wogaman Middle SchoolDarrien Howarddroseman@daytonpublic.com
Edison ElementaryDarrien Howarddroseman@daytonpublic.com
Louise Troy ElementaryDavid Rosemandroseman@daytonpublic.com
Westwood ElementaryDavid Rosemandroseman@daytonpublic.com
Roosevelt ElementaryDavid Rosemandroseman@daytonpublic.com
Cleveland ElementaryJaron Brooksjdbrooks@daytonpublic.com
Horace Mann ElementaryJaron Brooksjdbrooks@daytonpublic.com
Stivers School for the Arts (7-8)Delvin Terry, II.dterry@daytonpublic.com
Kemp ElementaryRobert Brownrmbrown@daytonpublic.com
Eastmont ElementaryRobert Brownrmbrown@daytonpublic.com
Wright Brothers Middle SchoolRobert Brownrmbrown@daytonpublic.com

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