Holiday Planning Ideas

We know how overwhelmed and exhausted leaders across the state of Texas are feeling, so we wanted to help you take one thing off your list!
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Mixed: The New Emotion

I feel MIXED. And, I’ve felt like this since we left school for spring break in March and never returned due to COVID-19.I’m suggesting it be a new emotion on the emotions meter. Mixed = all the feelings, all the time.
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When Kids Lead

Young leaders are finding opportunity in tribulation to still positively impact their community.
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Championing Authentic Learning

We have all, at one time or another, heard the phrase “We’re not in Kansas anymore” to refer to a place or situation that’s different from home—a departure from the comfortable and the familiar.
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Look for the Good

As we move through this last quarter of 2020, I challenge you to look for the good. Look for the good in your district, your campus, your teachers and staff.
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Healthy Communities

As students, parents, and educators react to the world around us it is important that we are focusing our efforts in a few specific areas.
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Making Sure Every Student is Seen

All students need and yearn to be seen, and I believe the greatest thing we can do in life is to find someone who feels invisible and to show them that we truly see them
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