Principal Partners Program
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Principal Partners Program: Spring 2020 

 

The spread of COVID-19 has created unprecedented challenges and uncertainty for public education leaders. Every community is trying to navigate this new normal and do everything possible to support staff, students and the community.

Our current circumstances demand a different kind of leadership, particularly for school building leaders. There is great value in coming together to share ideas, promising strategies and just to support one another. 

To that end, CASE invited secondary school administrator members to join us for a weekly Zoom meeting. Each focused on a unique problem of practice and was led by a facilitator with an emphasis on learning from one another. We encourage you to take advantage of the content of these meetings and let them serve as a resource for you during these difficult times. 

As always, we are here to support you. Please contact CASE Director of Professional Learning and Strategic Partners Carrie Yantzer at cyantzer@co-case.org if you have any questions.

 

Meeting schedule and recordings:

April 7: Living Your Excellence During COVID-19, facilitated by author and speaker Jimmy Casas

 

April 14: Vital systems and structures--What do they look like now?, facilitated by Center School District principal Joy Werner

 

April 21: Partnerships & communication with parents and communities, facilitated by Boulder Valley principal Justin McMillan

 

April 28: Maintaining your school's identity & culture, facilitated by Strasburg principal Jeff Rasp

 

May 5: Grading, discipline, hiring and the kitchen sink, facilitated by Alamosa assistant principal Eric Palmer and Fountain-Fort Carson principal Bill Dallas


May 12: Activities & athletics--now what?  facilitated by Gunnison principal Andy Hanks


May 19: SEL Support for self and staff during COVID-19, facilitated by retired Jeffco principal, speaker and author Frank DeAngelis

 

May 26: Preparing for next year and returning to normal--what is that?  facilitated by superintendent, author and 2020 CASE Convention keynote speaker Joe Sanfelippo