You don’t know everything about the conditions of your reopening of school, but you know that it will be different. As you
There are four parts to your work as a school leader at this moment: the now, providing closure for the school year,
What’s everybody else doing? What are other people doing about grades? Honors night? Graduation and prom? We share some of the ideas
In this episode, we look at ways to honor the Class of 2020. Dr. Miki Edwards of Morgan County HS shares the
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-yzxwa-d886f9 We had a virtual meeting to discuss what everyone is doing in light of COVID-19 in regards to graduation, prom, grades,
With school-in-person cancelled for the remainder of the 2019-2020 year, administrators are addressing lots of questions about how meaningful year-end events will
People everywhere are seeing what we all have always known– that teachers, administrators and staff are dedicated, resourceful, and capable of amazing
What are others doing? What can I be doing? We ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER! Here are twelve terrific ideas from your
Remote learning has been around for some time and nearly everyone has some experience with it. Remote leadership is a bit of
Thank you! The work that you, your teachers, your custodians, your nutrition teams, your technology people, your staff have been doing is nothing short of
It's SO much better to take time and hire effectively than to suffer through poor choices in hiring.
As educators, we spend a lot of time with other people. That time can be ongoing, longer relationships or brief, specific encounters.
“Decades of social science research have demonstrated that differences in quality of schools can explain about one-third of the variation in student
One of the most common leadership mistakes is thinking you’ll get maximum performance from others without first building relationships with them. As
Nearly everyone talks about the importance of relationships at a school. So many conversations work around into the comment, “it’s all about