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As I sit next to my wife, on a plane 30,000 feet in the air, I'm still trying to full comprehend what happened this weekend.Best place to start I guess is from Friday afternoon.I went to work on Friday, as I do every day.  My...

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So this post may seem a little split brained, but I'm gonna try and bring it all together!Well, one of the things I mentioned when Navasota ISD was interviewing me for this principal job, was that I wanted to still work hand in hand with...

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This week I'd like to introduce you to someone who has played a huge role in my growth as an educator and as a person, Kathy French.  I am so blessed and honored to get to work with Kathy over at Navasota Intermediate.But you see,...

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One thing I've always wanted to do was portray a really honest perspective on this blog and on my career.As I've entered this new journey of being a Principal/Lead Learner I've tried really showing my journey.  What I've failed to show though, is the struggles.You...

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Here is my second entry in my weekly foray of recognizing the amazing people that I get to work with every day.This week I waned to introduce you to Kevin Bradford. Throughout my interviewing process and hiring of 36 different employees there are few that...

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Well I did it!  I made it through my first week of school as an administrator!And what a week it was!  I think the biggest take-away for me was how much my daily routine has changed.  As a classroom teacher there was some sort of...

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As I've been on my journey at Navasota Intermediate, one thing has been glaringly clear; I have the best team in the entire world.  Period.  One conscious thing I want to do, is once a week feature someone from my staff and tell you a...

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As a classroom teacher, sometimes I didn't feel like I was heard or even noticed by my administration on my campus.  And it's not that they weren't a great administration.  They WERE!  But they got so busy, sometimes I felt forgotten.As an administrator myself now,...

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