Archive for March, 2016

Learning Disabilities and/or Dyslexia– the Future and a Child’s Potential

The term “disability” is sometimes a hard word to hear for a parent at an ARD meeting at school.  The feeling of a significant loss for the potential of a child’s future can overtake a parent at such a time.  It is important to share stories such as the one below that illustrates that the future […]

Change With A Purpose

Change was one of the major topics at Monday’s internal professional development. We talked about changing how staff members communicate, changing our understanding of what education means, changing how we plan and deliver professional development for teachers, changing the design of our building, changing our logo, changing our ….  You get the point.  When change […]

Celebrate Women ‘s History Month 2016 in February and ALL YEAR Round!

    It seems fitting to post about women and their impact on history by opening with a quote from Ronald Reagan’s Proclamation of Women’s History Month, 1987, in light of the recent demise of Mrs. Nancy Reagan, the widow of President Ronald Reagan and passionately devoted keeper of his flame, who died Sunday morning in […]

2016 Virtual Dropout Conference Proposal Form is now LIVE!

The 2016 Virtual Dropout Conference will be held on May 19, 2016 is now accepting proposal to present!  Participants will have the option of engaging in six strands which will provide strategies specific to each level (elementary school, middle school, and high school).   This year’s theme is “Dropout: It’s Never Too Early or Too Late to […]