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You Don’t Have to Go Fast, But You Can’t Stand Still…

We blinked and the first quarter has ended!  By now you’ve had a chance to settle into routines and made real progress in establishing relationships with students.  There may be some habits students have settled into that you want to … Continue reading

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Student Empowerment

As we enter the second month of school, I’ve had a chance to talk with many of you about your goals for the year and hear what you want for yourselves and your students.  So many of us have talked … Continue reading

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Welcome Back!

We’re back in full swing and it feels great to hear the buzz of students and see the excitement on their faces.  Each school year brings an opportunity for students and staff alike to hit the restart button and get … Continue reading

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Teachers Need To Reboot Your Systems

This week’s Leadership Column is courtesy of Ted Winner As we approach the end of another school year, I was challenged to find a set of articles that would be relevant to educators in the last days of the year. … Continue reading

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Rejuvenation and Reflection

This week’s Leadership Column is courtesy of LaTonya Wallace As we close out the school year, we often have opportunity to reflect on our successes and failures as an educator. We all go through this process, whether we are a … Continue reading

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Things To Keep In Mind

This week’s Leadership Column is courtesy of: Marga Ugarte-Caffyn As we finish out the school year, we are trying to muster the energy to get through the rest of testing and final exams. As teachers, we tend to think of … Continue reading

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Celebration of Teamwork

As we close in on the end of the school year, we have much to celebrate.  Once again, OMHS was named among the nation’s top high schools by The Washington Post.  This is due in no small part to your … Continue reading

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