Tips to Grow Your Leadership

There’s nothing scientific about these tips, just wisdom passed down to me from many of my mentors and some experiences I have encountered in my 27 year career. 
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More Than A Letter

I sat in my office as the official results were announced with tears in my eyes: my school was low-performing according to the state of North Carolina.
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Celebrating People Matters

One very important thing that I have learned as an educational leader is that all people (yes…ALL people) need to be celebrated and feel appreciated.
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5 Things About ADHD

October is ADHD Awareness Month and, whether you’re new to education or have been working with students for years, you have probably encountered Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in your school.
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Empower Students to Lead

Teach students to become leaders for positive change in your school and your community! Giving students a voice promotes citizenship, school spirit, responsibility, and teamwork while teaching leadership skills in an authentic setting.
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Using Your Voice

Principal and NAESP Representative Victorius Eugenio shares how he became politically active and why it’s critical for educators to share their stories with lawmakers.
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