Principals are the keystones of a their buildings, but often don't get recognition for all the hard work they do to improve student success. So during the month of October we are going to celebrate the great work that all of you do. Throughout the month, MASSP will be putting the spotlight on the Principal, the leader who gets up early and stays up late—going above and beyond to get the job done for your students.
Provided by The Master Teacher. Written by James R. Rickabaugh, Ph.D.
The legislature has wrapped up session until after the November election without causing much of a stir. The Governor has signed into law the fix to the Michigan Merit Curriculum world language problem caused by the legislation passed in June (it is Public Act 293 of 2014 for those of you keeping track).
Written by Jerry Davisson, Ed.D.; Principal, Chippewa Valley High School; MASSP Region 9 Representative