WDSD Spotlight – Meet Emily

This is Emily Bush. She is a kindness warrior and a proud member of the boogie down crew, ADA, and various other DSL groups. She is  20 1/2 years old and is so excited to be one of this year’s DSL ambassadors. She is a loyal friend and an amazing daughter. She absolutely brings a smile with her wherever she goes.


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Anna started work at Forest Springs Health Campus on February 21st! She has already made an amazing impression on coworkers and management. Anna’s nurturing and caregiving nature will be an asset like no other, and her ability to socialize and make others comfortable is going to offer endless benefits. Want to learn more about DSL’s […]

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Local Gymnastics Facility Partners with DSL Academy

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Boogie Down Ballet at The Nutcracker

Click HERE to see their performance on our Facebook page.

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Academy Classroom Getting in the Holiday Spirit

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In loving memory of Brian Smith

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Book Club Christmas Party

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Ds Awareness Month – Meet Mallory

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Ds Awareness Month – Meet Skyler

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Ds Awareness Month – Meet Jill

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