2019 ACTA Yearbook Dedicated to Danyelle Doldoorian
Brittany Rockenfeller

At School Meeting on May 20, yearbook editors Olivia Altman ’19, Fiona Gu ’19 and Samantha Tsang ’19 were excited to give the first 2019 yearbook to math teacher Danyelle Doldoorian, to whom the 2019 ACTA was dedicated.

“Your constant positivity is a motivation to everyone you meet on this campus, and we are so lucky to have you here at Blair,” said Fiona, adding that “Ms. D” is “so deserving” of this honor.

Ms. Doldoorian is an alumna of Trinity College and holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and educational studies. A Blair faculty member since 2014, she teaches AP calculus AB, pre-calculus and number theory courses, coaches girls’ basketball and field hockey, and helps run Blair’s Healthy Relationships Committee (HRC). She resides and serves dorm duty in Annie Hall.

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