By Laura Crist In June of 2019, Tammy Lacey gave a warning to our community, “Everyday, way too many children… Read more Teaching for the Future and Not the Past
By Paula Wilmot When Lori Bonifay earned her college degree, she was living at the Rescue Mission with four of… Read more “Get Involved” A Parents Motto for Life and Our Community
By Jon Konen We need things to change in public education…quick! I am a principal at a local elementary school.… Read more 5 Signs This School Year is Different and 5 Solutions
Written by Amie Thompson The class of 2021 has received a short shrift. It’s not their fault and it’s not… Read more Overcrowded Classrooms Erode Student Opportunities and Support
By Marci Brodock Losing Passion In today’s education system, it is easy to describe deficiencies in schools. Teachers are working… Read more Abundant Teaching: One Teacher’s Story of Gratitude
Written and spoken by Elizabeth Hill I LOVE coming to convocation. You are my heroes and my rock stars. I… Read more Teachers, We See You!
By Heather Hale It’s morning, and Giant Springs Elementary fourth-grader, Max Hale, is headed down to first grade to help… Read more A Year of Change in Review