Lead the Way with Dr. Bill Ziegler

An honor to speak with Dr. Bill Ziegler at the National Principal Conference during the summer of 2017.  

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In, Out and Around the Box: Creative Ways to Partner with Families. #NPC17 Innovation Lab Session

This week I had the honor to share all the ways #WoodsonK creates partnerships with families.  Leading at a Kindergarten Campus means I only have 174 days to establish relationships with families and provide students with the foundation of success for their K-12 career before they leave our school for 1st grade. In 2016-17 we... Continue Reading →

How a Kindergarten Center is Amazing with Jessica Cabeen Transformative Principal 099

http://www.transformativeprincipal.org/?s=Jessica+Cabeen   Overview:  Woodson has been an all-day everyday Kindergarten Center for the past 11 years.  In the past 4 years enrollment has fluctuated between 360–425 students (currently about 385 with our preschool class).  51% of our students are students of color, and we have a 61% free and reduced lunch student population.  We have... 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 →

Coding, Computational Thinking and Kindergarten. #PackInTrain #RenLead

So last year I started a Coding Club...with kindergarten students. Oh it get's better-I haven't been a 'teacher' in over a decade! The Woodson Coding Club started first on a personal passion-to find out more about my son's love of robotics. This passion grew into a mission to provide our youngest learners opportunity to create,... Continue Reading →

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