Monthly Archives: December 2016

School and Community Partnerships

Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success. – Henry Ford Schools and the communities they serve are finding creative solutions to meet the changing needs of their student populations. From helping to provide basic … Continue reading

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Won’t You Guide My Sleigh Tonight?

Rudolph.  Not a name you think of 11 months out of the year, right?  It makes sense, per the SSA (Social Security Administration) the name was most popular in 1927, which at the time represented 0.145 percent of total male … Continue reading

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Living an Integrated Life

Friday evening around 5:30, the Middle School Head knocked on the door to the modular where my classroom is located and peeked his head in the door.  He smiled and said, “It’s getting late.”  I looked up from my computer … Continue reading

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The Looping Principal?

Looping is a common discussion and consideration within schools. A teacher who stays with the same students for multiple years is “looping”. In June of 2015, Justin Minkel wrote a piece on EdWeek about his experience as a looping teacher. … Continue reading

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