Why do administrators think that what they have to say is more important than letting teachers work in their classrooms to get ready for the first day of school?
Our Beloved Principal devoured 90 minutes of our valuable time this morning with “housekeeping details” that could have been covered in 30 minutes—tops.
Never mind. Among the chaff there were a few kernels of wheat. Here are three things Our Beloved Principal said that are worth remembering—really:
The way you receive love and respect on the job is more important than money.
My work is to make it easier for you to help kids.
Middle school kids are fun because they’re lousy liars.
One in-service down and one more to go.