In the following blog, I outline our four guiding principles and the connection they have to the elements offered in our Remote Learning program. I hope you walk away from this post with a better understanding of why we structured remote learning this way.
As promised, this is the first of our blog posts devoted to sharing the details of our Remote Learning program. In today's post, we'll start with the what: the components and structure of our Remote Learning program. In the next post, we will get into the nitty gritty of the why. In that post, I'll take you through a more in-depth rationale for the design of the program. These posts will be followed by more information on how remote learning will be blended with on-campus learning.
Choosing the right private elementary school for your child can feel overwhelming. Luckily, all it takes is a few discerning steps to help you find the school that best fits your family's needs.
Established in 1922, the Newbery Medal is a prestigious literary award given annually to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children. For Dr. Alpha DeLap, who has been a school librarian for eight years, serving on the Newbery Award Committee was a bucket-list item. That dream came true when DeLap was one of 14 people appointed to the Committee last year.
I believe that true leadership has always required something more than a stylized set of leadership traits and skills. In fact, in our rapidly changing world, it may be more important than ever for leaders to know themselves – their strengths and core beliefs, as well as their vulnerabilities. Finding your voice and understanding your value system and passions are not easy quests. Yet, there are steps any aspiring leader can take to move along this path.