Dilworth Welcomes Our Newest Dragons: Principal Chatterton and Several New Teachers

This year, we welcome Jeremy Chatterton as our new Dilworth Elementary principal.  This is Mr. Chatterton’s first appointment as an elementary principal; he has worked at West High and Highland High as an assistant principal.  He also taught Math at Judge Memorial High School and was the girls’ basketball coach at both Judge and Highland High.  Mr. Chatterton has rolled up his sleeves and gone out of his way to get to know the faculty and staff to make the first day of school a success!  The students were excited to meet Mr. Chatterton at our annual “Meet the Teacher” event on Friday, August 19.  He greeted the student body Monday with a morning announcement welcoming us all to the first day of school and encouraged us all to “Ignite our Dragon Fire!”  We look forward to a great year with Mr. Chatterton at the helm. 

We also welcome new teachers to the Dilworth Staff:  Kelly Poulson joins us from Edison Elementary and will be teaching PM Kindergarten.  Britt Rose moved from Newman Elementary and is teaching fifth grade. Elizabeth (Wig) Arnold came to Dilworth from North Star Elementary to teach Full-day Kindergarten. Karen Sorensen will be teaching Resource at both Dilworth and Hawthorne Elementary; and our new Special Needs Life Skills teacher is Kalinda Dobson.   We are excited to have these fabulous teachers join our Dilworth team.

Class Lists will be posted Friday at 4:00pm!!!

Come and see who your new teacher will be for this coming school year.

Celebrating Carolyn Billings, Dilworth's AMAZING Secretary

Dilworth staff and community celebrated Carolyn Billings, our school secretary on April 26.  Carolyn has been working for the Salt Lake School District for 45 years:  15 years at Dilworth, 13 years at Rossalyn Heights, 13 years at Park View Elementary, and 7 years at Follow Through School, which was a federally funded school.  When asked what her favorite thing about her job, she answered, “Working with the people—kids, parents and staff.  It is a fun job helping others.”

Dilworth LOVES Carolyn!!!

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