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Let's Increase the Volume in Student Voice

As educators, when asked if we should increase “student voice” in the classroom or schools, our quick response is often “Yes, of course!”  However, in reality, are we really, truly engaging our students in leading our schools, having a say in our curriculum, contributing to our decision-making?   1,227 more words

Educational Leadership

Weekly Update: April 24th - April 28th ~ Prism Rehearsal #1

This Week

  • Monday
    • Senior Exams Periods 2 & 7
  • Tuesday
    • Senior Exams Periods  1, 4, & 5
  • Wednesday
    • Senior Exams Periods 3 & 6
  • Thursday …
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Student Leadership and Community Engagement In Action at BFA Fairfax

Last Friday was one of those days as a principal that remind me why I do this job.  Interestingly, I spent most of the morning and evening in the Richard A. 350 more words


Weekly Update: April 17th - 21st ~ It's FSA & Lakeside Week! PRISM IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!!!...!!!

This Week

  • Monday
    • FSA Day 1
      • 7:15 AM All Students in Testing or Study Hall
      • 2nd Period 10:00 – 11:20
      • Lunch 11:20 – 11:45
      • 3rd Period 11:51 – 12:59…
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NTE Conference Recount

by Jess Powell

It’s easy to feel hopeless. Sometimes circumstances leave us thinking life isn’t worth it, and our challenges can seem painful, our hardships long and our work never-ending. 528 more words

Student News

A Hike to Higher Education: Maria Island Trek

by Jess Powell

I had the amazing privilege of being a part of the ‘Hike to Higher Education’ program in 2016. Ambassadors from the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM), volunteers from Anglicare Victoria, and representatives of Federation University formed part of the team who make this trek possible. 552 more words

Student News

Sacramento youth take charge at student town hall meeting

Sacramento youth are speaking out about how government and school officials can help young people succeed. They are leaders who recently aired their views at a student town hall meeting. 32 more words