I did not walk out today. Don't get me wrong, I fully support all of the roughly 30,000 educators who marched at the Capitol today. But my school was in session, so instead of walking out, I walked in. I walked in to see students already in the hallway at 7:20 AM because their parents… Continue reading I Walked In
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 late than never, right?) This year was amazing, challenging, exhilarating and different. There were many "firsts", and unfortunately, some "lasts". My #oneword2016 was "seek". There were moments, relationships, and… 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 post "4 Fingers Pointing Back at You."(Prepare to be blown away when you read it.), Jay talks about the great day he had today, as well as, the not-so-great… Continue reading Today.
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. This was my 3rd NAESP Conference to attend (Nashville and Long Beach are the two… Continue reading #NAESP16: An opportunity for some R & R.