The New Principal Show! Season Two Begins August 13

We’re pleased to announce Season Two of “The New Principal Show!”, debuting on Monday, August 13. Features for Season Two include: Ten Live Shows. Once each month (from August through May), we will host a LIVE show, featuring guests, and providing an interactive opportunity for anyone who joins.  You can reach these shows by joining usContinue reading “The New Principal Show! Season Two Begins August 13”

The Teacher’s Journey: The Paths That Led Your Faculty Together

As the new school year begins, it’s important for the principal and the administrative team to focus on the mindset of the teachers as they prepare to welcome the students for another year of exploration and learning. Here is an activity you can use that can help connect your teachers to their purpose, to theirContinue reading “The Teacher’s Journey: The Paths That Led Your Faculty Together”

How to Tell Your Teachers What You Want Them to Know (In Record Time)

Not enough time. The problem for every principal, particularly at this time of year.  During this season, it’s reasonable for you to be saying that you don’t have enough time for all of the things you want to share with your teachers before school begins.  The truth is, you don’t.  So, what’s next? Many leadersContinue reading “How to Tell Your Teachers What You Want Them to Know (In Record Time)”

Ten Things To Remember As Teachers Return To School

While I was at dinner, I heard someone in the restaurant, obviously a teacher, talking to a friend in line.  I heard her reply, but context leads me to believe it was the question every teacher is hearing now. “Are you about ready for school to start?” The teacher, replied back, “yes, I’m excited toContinue reading “Ten Things To Remember As Teachers Return To School”

Better Together: The Principal Experience

It’s amazing to hear principal-after-principal, independent of each other, talk about how they once “thought they could do it all” before realizing school leadership is better when done collaboratively. It’s also a profession, requiring of you sound judgment in unpredictable situations.  You can learn a lot from others who have done, or are doing, theContinue reading “Better Together: The Principal Experience”

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