Kim Bates, an Instructional Technology Coach at An Achievable Dream Middle and High School, is the Newport News Public School Middle School Teacher of the Year. After completing Old Dominion University’s Career Switcher Program, education became Bates’ third career. She started her teaching career at Crittenden Middle School in technology education and has worked as… Read more »
Students from An Achievable Dream Academy and An Achievable Dream Middle and High School hosted board members and sponsors during the annual Sponsors’ Day luncheon on April 25. Attendees enjoyed a Chick-fil-A lunch, talked with students, and exchanged business cards before the program – “An Achievable Dream Presents Kid YOU!” – featuring students taking on… Read more »
Desiree Williams, Miss Virginia 2013, visited An Achievable Dream Academy and Middle and High School on Tuesday, March 18. In addition to participating in the Academy’s daily handshake and morning program, Williams met with members of the GEMS (Girls Educated and Motivated for Success) and the high school 3.0 Club to talk about goal setting.
Three small businesses in Hampton Roads have joined Washington D.C.-based Heart of America Foundation to support An Achievable Dream students. Starting today and running through March 2, Phillips Energy, Consociate Media and Sara Harris Photography will donate $1 for each new like on their Facebook pages to The Heart of America Foundation, which will use… Read more »
On Saturday, February 15, 2014, the Daily Press featured Letters to the Editor written by 8th graders at An Achievable Dream Middle School. The students were asked to write about their community and provided insight into their neighborhoods. For the complete transcript of the letters, go to the Daily Press online at http://www.dailypress.com/news/opinion/dp-nws-edt-letssat-0215-20140214,0,7649186.story
The Boards of Directors of An Achievable Dream have named Kathy Edwards as the permanent president and chief executive officer of the non-profit organization. Edwards, who began with An Achievable Dream in 2000 as its director of development and communications and advanced to chief operating officer, has been the interim president and CEO since November. … Read more »
An Achievable Dream and Walter Segaloff are featured in the November/December 2013 issue of Tennis magazine, The Heroes of Tennis Issue. AAD and Mr. Segaloff are profiled along such tennis greats as Arthur Ashe, Billie Jean King, John McEnroe, and more! Read the article at http://www.tennis.com/your-game/2013/10/heroes-tennis-achievable-dream/49613/#.UpNUjJoo6Uk
November 22, 2013 We are proud that Governor-elect Terry McAuliffe has nominated Aubrey Layne to be Virginia’s next Secretary of Transportation. It’s quite an honor for Aubrey and also a ratification of our decision a year ago to make him our President and CEO. Obviously losing someone as talented as Aubrey, coupled with the death… Read more »
Members of the community and leaders of An Achievable Dream gathered Saturday evening to celebrate the school, its achievements and the life and work of its founder, Walter Segaloff. More than 900 attended the 21st annual Tennis Ball, a name that hearkens back to the program’s roots, when it was begun by Segaloff as a… Read more »
During the An Achievable Dream Tennis Ball on November 16, 2013, Aubrey Layne announced that Mike and Nancy Petters, along with their daughters Caroline and Sarah, are the sponsors of the Class of 2014. Their generous donation will provide annual merit scholarships for each member of the class every year that they attend college and… Read more »
During their annual membership meeting yesterday, the Greater Williamsburg Chamber and Tourism Alliance awarded Walter Segaloff and the Run for the Dream the Corporate Citizen Award. Ann Segaloff accepted the award from John Hollowell, the outgoing chairman of the Alliance.
Next year, 360 children in Virginia Beach will be expected to learn etiquette, to speak clearly and respectfully, to make healthy decisions and establish a work ethic. They’ll be taught skills they’ll need to succeed in life while they’re learning math and English and science and history. Read the full article at: http://hamptonroads.com/2013/09/dream-comes-virginia-beach
An Achievable Dream is sad to announce the sudden passing of our organization’s founder and CEO, Walter Segaloff, on Sunday, August 18. Our deep condolences go out to his family, but so many others will mourn his loss, including the thousands of children who received a high-quality education thanks to Walter’s incredible energy and dedication…. Read more »
The Virginia Press Association has named Walter Segaloff, the CEO and Founder of An Achievable Dream, as its Virginian of the Year for 2013. Ginger Stanley, executive director of the VPA, said the committee selected Segaloff because of his vision’s lasting impact. The award was presented on April 19 during the VPA’s annual conference. Shown below:… Read more »