Embrace The Imperfect Student – A “No More Perfect Kids” Reflection

[guestpost]Randy Thomas is blogging for me today. I’m sure he’ll inspire us and give us much to think about. I’m grateful for his friendship and role on staff as the

“All Of Me” – The Powerful Essence Of Individuality

Self. What a powerful word. My dictionary defines it as “the identity, character, or essential qualities of any person or thing.” Please notice the “s” on the word “qualities.” Individual.

End Of School Year Stress

“Just leave me alone!” “But, I want to help. I think if you tried ….” “I’m fine!!!!!!!!!!!!” As the academic year is drawing to a close, stress may be building

Hope: A Confident Expectation

Hope. A confident expectation. Able to trust and believe even when we cannot see. Wanted. Desired. Needed. No hope. Doubt. Questions. Concerns. Fears. Anger. Tears. Depression. Confusion. Embarrassment. Shame. Blame.

Embrace The Imperfect Student – A “No More Perfect Kids” Reflection

[guestpost]Randy Thomas is blogging for me today. I’m sure he’ll inspire us and give us much to think about. I’m grateful for his friendship and role on staff as the

Opinions & Advice: Role Modeling At Home Impacts Community

Angry. Selfish. Closed. Unsure. Silent. Argumentative. In last Monday’s post, I suggested you create a mission statement for your family’s communication. It’s a way to decide and communicate what you