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This past week was a big one for Pope. I guess it was not so much a big week but more a week that we had been leading up to. We had our District Review this week as 18 administrators … Continue reading
We started semester 2 today and so we are officially just past the halfway point of the academic school year; a perfect time to reflect a bit on the year so far and to look forward to things to come … Continue reading
I attended a Secondary Principals meeting today and there were many topics on the agenda but the one that has stuck with me and brought me to the keyboard to compose this post is the one about Student Voice. It … Continue reading
It is funny how things seem to fall into order at times. How there seems to be a way to focus things and get direction, even when that seems like the furthest thing from possible. I am the first to … Continue reading