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School of Thought Blog
21 February 2019
After attending the 2018 National Principals Conference, I had a renewed vision of what kind of school I wanted to give my students. As principal of Glenpool High School (GHS), I had always focused on building positive relationships with students, but I wanted to take it a step further. Fear of Missing Out How do […]
20 February 2019
A maximal learning environment cannot exist without students feeling safe and connected with their teacher in the classroom. But teachers quickly get caught up with the demands of covering curriculum and meeting mandates. Most times, it is easier to conform to the system instead of infusing our individual personalities into our school lives. When students […]
19 February 2019
I am not a camper, so I am in no way an expert on building a fire, but I do know (thanks to my high school science classes) that in order for fire to ignite, it needs three elements: heat, fuel and oxygen. On the flip side, being a school leader is something I do […]
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I Want To
March 6, 2019 3:30–4:00 pm ET
Pathway to Financial Success in Schools, a free-of-charge financial literacy curriculum created by Discover Financial Services and Discovery Education, offers a standards-aligned suite of materials that gives students the tools and skills they need to make good financial decisions and achieve their personal goals. Developed for middle level and high school students, each unit of […]
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