As many of us are aware, making a resolution for the new year can be problematic because resolutions don’t really “stick.” These resolutions are an annual ritual that many of us go through in an attempt to affect change in our lives. As a school district, we effect change as part of a cycle of continuous improvement. I discussed this a little bit in a blog post I wrote in 2017. In that post, I mentioned that the process of change was every bit as important as the outcomes. Looking back, I can say that we have made improvements in all five of our Strategic Focus Areas. Continue reading Dr. Pritchard’s post.