Axiom: Greetings and Goodbyes Matter

The most significant task I was unprepared for when stepping into administration was leading meetings. I had never honestly run one and never given much thought to what a good meeting consisted of. Not only this, but realizing my inadequacy led to fear and disdain for them. Nevertheless, I must lead them, so I began preparing. I found after a while that I was spending … Continue reading Axiom: Greetings and Goodbyes Matter

My Top 5 Books of 2017 (Scott McElvain)

As the year comes to a close, we as a staff have decided to detail our favorite reads of 2017. My list is scattered through with different genres, but a small bit of encouragement to me as I review all that I have read. These lists always help me stuff my reading list, and I hope my top 5 will do the same.   5: … Continue reading My Top 5 Books of 2017 (Scott McElvain)

There’s a Hole in My (Vision) Bucket

I failed a car inspection! Now granted, I drive a beat-up, duct-taped SUV, and this failure among many other problems was due primarily to a leak in my radiator hose. And, if not fixed, it will eventually lock up my engine, destroying my car. This small leak in a critical spot had the potential to destroy this massive car. Parents, students, and teachers all have … Continue reading There’s a Hole in My (Vision) Bucket