Originally posted at SchoolAdministrationMastery.com Hello amazing school administrators. This is the fifth installment in the series of posts that I am calling, It’s All About Morale. The previous posts can be found here. In the last post, I shared about how our school is using Kudos cards to allow the staff to recognize and show […]
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It’s All About Morale – How to Create a Positive School Culture – Part-5 – Teacher Appreciation Ideas ...
Originally posted on School Administration Mastery. In a few days, I’ll be interviewing for a position as Principal in my district. It’s a pretty big step for me, and I’m excited about the possibilities. I’m beginning to consider the possible questions that I’ll be asked, and one question in particular comes to mind – at […]
(Originally posted on SchoolAdministrationMastery.com) By Sam Rangel I was listening to the EntreLeadership Podcast, and in the episode with Stephen M. R. Covey, Stephen talks about a topic that I believe is so crucial in a school environment – Trust. He has a new book out – The SPEED of Trust: The One Thing That […]
(Originally posted on SchoolAdministrationMastery.com) By Sam Rangel I just finished Dave Ramsey’s book, EntreLeadership: 20 Years of Practical Business Wisdom from the Trenches, and I plan on reading it again. It is filled with so many great ideas of how to lead effectively. It’s primarily for business owners, but as with many of the “business […]
(Originally posted on School Administration Mastery.) By Sam Rangel Beyond the horizon, across the vast expanse of the ocean, the captain envisioned a new world. He was certain that a better world existed, but he just needed to get there. He knew he couldn’t get there without some help. As strong as he was, and […]
(Originally posted on SchoolAdministrationMastery.com) By Sam Rangel She was the most amazing teacher I had ever known. Her name wasn’t Diane, but that’s what I’ll call her. Diane was so full of enthusiasm. She was always smiling, and she never had a negative word to say about any student or about another teacher. She loved […]