As a nation, we are committed to compulsory education for children because we see value in providing a meaningful academic experience for all. This sense of value goes beyond mere compliance with compulsory education laws due to our perception of schools’ role in: Read More: Dr. Pritchard’s Blog: Finding Our North Star
In his latest Superintendent Blog post, Dr. Pritchard writes, “A very simple answer to the question ‘Who owns the learning?’ can be viewed in those classrooms where the students…contribute to the creation of content, seek meaning of relevant: Read More: Dr. Pritchard’s Blog: Who Owns the Learning?
“The true currency of life is time, not money, and we’ve all got a limited stock of that.” – Robert Harris Over the past several months, we have made the community aware that we are reviewing how we schedule students for the purposes of instruction. More generally: Read More: Dr. Pritchard’s Blog | Time as Currency
Every year, we are faced with situations that require students and staff to evacuate the facilities. Sometimes this is the result of a crisis (for example, a threat to student safety) or a non-crisis (for example, bad weather or a water main break). In either: Read More: Dr. Pritchard’s Blog: Crisis Communications