It is a question that students have posed for decades, so I think it is safe to assume that teachers and parents will continue to hear this question in the 2020s.
As students and staff get ready for winter break, it is yet another reminder that 2020 is almost here! The new year is the perfect time for reflection.
People living in the 21st century will experience an unprecedented rate of change. But that doesn’t make changing any easier.
In many areas of life, we are encouraged to find balance—eat a balanced diet or find a life-work balance. I recently read a book that noted a growing need to find a digital balance in our lives, too.
As we prepare for our nation’s Thanksgiving holiday, I hope you find a few moments to reflect on this important word and its meaning in your life.
Last week, we celebrated Veterans Day and honored the brave women and men who have served and are serving our country. It is also important to remember their families’ sacrifices to support their service.
Sacrifice, service, courage—what are the words that you recall when you think about our nation’s veterans?
As our FCPS leadership training explores the tenets of servant leadership, we have been challenged to “search for the story behind the person.”
As part of the blog series celebrating National Principals Month, I asked principals to share some memorable quotes—those they share with others, those that are meaningful to them, and quotes from students or staff. I received an eclectic set of responses!
For National Principals Month, guest blogger Ballenger Creek Middle School Principal Jay Schill shares reflections about his work. This is the third in a series about National Principals Month.