Tweet The title of our staff’s latest shared Google presentation was, “Go Team Brecknock!” I’m not sure what compelled me to name it that, but I think it’s because the first hour of our morning (before we provided teachers with sweet freedom to collaborate with their grade level peers for the remainder of the day),… Read More


Tweet How do you focus change efforts to create a more collaborative and mentoring culture for both educators and students? This was the topic of the 7/13 #edchat, and it sparked quality conversation among participants. I have worked in both self-contained elementary and middle school team teaching environments, and I truly believe that I developed… Read More


Tweet Our school is good. It’s always been good. Kudos to my students, parents, and teachers for their success thus far. Soon, good is not going to be good enough.  I know, I know, test scores aren’t everything- but we are accountable.  As the stakes rise, our reading performance may indeed not be “good” enough.… Read More