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We live in a day and age where the safety of our children online is a top priority. Whether we're thinking about that in terms of our students or our own children. Kids love communicating through messages, bitmojis, emojis, video, and more. But as...

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It still doesn't feel real. That's the honest truth. Last week I announced that after I finish this school year I will be taking a brand new position. I will be the Director of Culture and Strategic Leadership at TEPSA (Texas Association of Elementary Principals and...

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Fear and anxiety are two things that can quickly derail even the most organized and secure people. They can strip us of our confidence and stop us from achieving all that we were meant to do. Few people know the daily struggle I personally face with...

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I try really hard to not only focus on building up the culture between staff, students, and parents, but also focusing on the PHYSICAL space as well!! It's so important that when people visit your school, they feel comfortable. They feel welcomed. They feel wanted. So,...

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Often times in conversation I get asked where I got my shirt, or what food service do I love, or where did I find a particular scent. So I decided to write a blog post sharing some of my favorite things with you! (**some of these...

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Hey friends, it's been a while. At the end of every year I write a blog post reflecting on the year that's just come to a close...

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As educators I truly believe that we should always be growing.  I’ve always found it funny that we’re one of the few professions, that when we graduate college, we think we’re done and ready to be the best teacher possible.  Crazy right? I am constantly...

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Why do you teach? Why did you want to work in education? Those are two questions that are paramount to the work that we do with kids.  Hopefully your answers range between - I wanted to impact children's lives - I love working with kids - I knew I...

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We've all seen or heard the iceberg analogy.  That idea that you only see about 10% of what is actually happening in someone's life, while the other 90% happens beneath the surface.  I think we could all agree with how completely true that is.   When you...

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