Rule #2 Set the stage: practice, practice, practice.

Having your whole school graduate every year is a big task.  When it is a child’s first year of school it is critical we get it right-every time.  Because of this #WoodsonK has routines upon routines for support staff and families with this big day that we practice multiple times.   Step One:  Kindergarten Registration.... Continue Reading →

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Rule #1 Stay out of your office on the first day.

Redefining the role of leading at Pre-3rd grade also means redefining where the leader does the work.  Being out of your office and where the students are shows all those around you who you are here for and that you are ready to see and fill a need where ever it may be.   On... Continue Reading →

What I Learned While Leading from the Sandbox.

   We can all learning something new each and everyday.  From tying our shoes or begining to read; to learning a new social emotional curriculum and working in a Professional Learning Community our learning is really never complete. Don't be afraid.  Learning meanings taking a risk, trying something new in the hopes of learning and... Continue Reading →

Unconventional Leadership: Better Leaders Better Schools Podcast.

http://betterleadersbetterschools.com/jessica-cabeen/ Jessica Cabeen has been a Kindergarten Principal in Austin Minnesota for the past 5 years.  Previous to this she was an assistant middle school principal and special education supervisor.  Her teaching career included work in special education and as a music therapist.  She facilitates the Minnesota P3 Principal Leadership series as well the Principal Academy through the... Continue Reading →

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