I recently heard this term, future-proof. It means “unlikely to become obsolete.” It struck a chord in me as it resonates with so much we are trying to do in education right now. What skills do our students need to participate in their future world? It means looking beyond knowing how to code in aContinue reading “Future-Proofing”
Fall is one of my favorite times of year. The colors, the beautiful sunshine during the day with cooler nights and the back-to-school energy. For me, it is such an exciting feeling seeing the yellow school buses back on the road, kids on the playground and the parking lots full of staff thrilled to beContinue reading “Fall”
Thank you for all of your support and votes. Now on to November!
It is understandable and even logical to look at history to try to make sense of the present and to want to avoid past mistakes. While I have come to hate the overused word, unprecedented, there is very little guidance from previous times about what to do next. The 1918 flu epidemic is the logicalContinue reading “What’s Next”
Right now, there is anger, pain and confusion among some in our district. In part, because there has been so much change over the last couple of years. Change in who we are as a community, the size of our community, what education looks like and what we need it to be. It is hardContinue reading “I am For…”
Thank you for checking in! My campaign team and I decided I would do a blog to share a bit of who I am with voters. I plan to use this space for my priorities for the district and to reflect on some accomplishments our current board has made.