Dorr Elementary School
1205 King Road
Toledo, Ohio 43617
Principal: Cheri Copeland-Shull
Doors Open at 8:20 AM
School Starts at 8:35 AM
Dismissal is at 3:00 PM
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WELCOME TO DORR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
The dedication of Dorr's teaching staff is second to none as they work tirelessly and together to help every child be his/her personalbest.
Although the Ohio Department of Education's (ODE) system for rating schools is changing, it is important to reflect that for the past several years, the efforts of Dorr Elementary School students have consistently allowed the school to achieve an "Excellent" rating from the ODE.
We are very proud of the entire Dorr family - students, parents, faculty, and staff - for consistently being recognized for outstanding academic achievement. We truly are committed to being exceptional - - without exception!
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Testimonial from Dorr parent
Brian and Holly Wahl
We love everything about Dorr Elementary! The teachers and administration are completely student-focused, with one common goal - - meeting and exceeding the needs of each and every student. This is done in numerous ways to address the unique needs of every child. It is abundantly apparent that the teachers enjoy working with children, and truly care about every single one of them. There is such positive energy in every classroom, and parent involvement is welcomed and encouraged! We can't imagine sending our kids anywhere else.
Principal's Weekly Message
exceptional - without exception
Dorr Blood Drive
In addition to making sure everyone at Dorr Elementary is learning about reading, writing, and math, our students are also learning how to give back.
One of the ways that our students are learning to give back is through the American Red Cross Pint-Size Hero program. This program encourages students to get involved by recruiting blood donors or volunteering on the day of the school Blood Drive.
Recently our students heard a presentation about the value of blood donations from Diane Smith, Blood Drive Coordinator. During her presentation, the students also learned that this year’s Blood Drive would be in memory of our beloved friend and teacher, Mr. Lou Ocker. Mr. Ocker had type B-(negative) blood so we are especially looking for family and community members with B- blood who would be willing to donate.
This year’s Blood Drive will take place on Monday, February 9th from 3:30-8:30 pm at the Dwelling Place on the corner of Albon and Angola. If you are interested in participating, please contact Diane at 419-205-8178.
We hope that you will consider supporting this worthwhile program. Your participation honors Mr. Ocker’s memory, helps the community and helps save lives. Thank you for your consideration and your positive role modeling of teaching children how to give back.
Friday, January 23 Interims Sent Home
Friday, January 30 Spirit Day-Wear GREEN
Friday, February 6 Character Trait Day--Cooperation—Wear Pink/White
Friday, February 6 Family Dance at Providence Lutheran (6:30-8 pm)
Monday, February 9 Pint Size Heroes Blood Drive at the Dwelling Place