As hard as you worked to get through 2020, now is not the time to get lax in your communication efforts. This goes for school and district leaders, support staff and classroom teachers alike. We must stay vigilant in looking after our team's needs and sharing accurate, timely information with our school communities. As COVID vaccines become available, schools begin returning to in-person learning and we finish out the school year, here are some guiding questions to keep in mind as you go about your routines:
The actions you perform based on these questions will further strengthen team relationships and build trusting bonds with your community that will serve you well as we move forward.
Don't slow down the social media posts just because you're on holiday break!
Last Tuesday was quite a day in case you haven’t heard. The governor’s office issued an executive order to require discussion of "administrative services" consolidation in all schools that spend less than 60% of their revenue in the classroom.
We received the first round of State Aid allocations in July.
From what I’ve seen in the news and on social media, it would appear we’re entering a new era—or perhaps repeating a bygone era—in our country where walkouts, protests and strikes are becoming popular methods of choice for those wishing to be heard regarding various issues.