Superintendent’s Weekly Check-in, September 7

Superintendent Matthew HaasDear Colleagues:

A thought for next week: “We were born to love, and we were born to have courage for it. So be brave, the rest is easy.” — John McCain

Good Friday morning!

Last night, I was reading some research from the National College Athletic Association (NCAA), and I found out that just over five percent of young men and about seven percent of young women high school cross-country runners go on to compete at the collegiate level. You may be wondering why I was curious about that. Continue reading

Ready for International Dot Day 2018?

International Dot DayInternational Dot Day is coming up on September 15th-ish! Join over 10 million in 170 countries celebrating creativity, courage and collaboration!

On September 15, 2009, teacher Terry Shay introduced his classroom to Peter H. Reynolds’ book, The Dot, a story of a caring teacher who dares a doubting student to trust in her own abilities. Each year on International Dot Day (on or around September 15), the inspiration continues as people of all ages rediscover the power and potential of creativity in all they do. Sign up to celebrate International Dot Day and download a free Educator’s Handbook! Get started, get inspired, and get connected »