Excuse me while I apologize for having to dust off the cobwebs on my WordPress account. To say it’s been a while…is a BIG understatement. (Better … Continue reading Letting Go, Looking Back, and Learning to be Brave
I was inspired by Jay Posick to share some events or things that occurred today as I led my school. In his honest & real blog … Continue reading Today.
This post is co-written with three amazing Principal friends of mine – Lindsy @lmstump – Jessica @JessicaCabeen – Adam @awelcome All four of us are educational leaders, we all have a spouse, children of our own and are very connected with social media … Continue reading We See So Much More
As I head home from National Harbor, the site of the 2016 NAESP Better Schools Conference, I am compelled to reflect on my experience and the impact attending the conferences has made and will continue to make on my leadership. … Continue reading #NAESP16: An opportunity for some R & R.
I was challenged by Meghan Loyd in her blog post (After my snafu with the donut tweet last Sunday on #oklaed, I’ll never again spell your name incorrectly.) and Kelly Husted in his blog post to write a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 blog … Continue reading 5, 4, 3, 2, One-derful!
Reflecting back on 2015, brings so many moments, experiences, and relationships to mind. The year has been an amazing one, full of challenges and growth. It … Continue reading #2015BestNine: 9 Ways I Grew as a Leader in 2015
This post is the first blog focus for members of #savmp or School Administrator Virtual Mentor Program. I am so excited to learn and grow as a leader through this mentor program. Why do I lead? I wish I … Continue reading Why I Lead. #savmp