The Chronicles…

I have a nine-year-old daughter who loves to read.  She would, most likely, choose reading over any other activity.  Her third-grade teacher expects 70 minutes of reading time at home for the week.  This past week, my little book worm, read 496 minutes.  I think you get the picture… A couple of months ago, I

Can students form PLCs, too?

As a new curriculum director, one of my areas of interest is professional development.  I’m a big believer in using “in-house talent” when possible.  Our school system is blessed with outstanding teachers that have a wide-range of knowledge and gifts.  I’ve recently begun an after school professional learning community (one of those new educational buzz-phrases).


As I get back to work after Christmas break, blogging is almost last on my “to do” list.  So, I post something from Charles Swindoll that is good for each of us to remember… “The longer I live, the more I realize the impact of attitude on life. Attitude, to me, is more important than