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Meredith Johnson - #BookCampPD Apr 2
I would like to give a shout -out to who helped me understand sharing ideas during chats and how to use Twitter all of those years ago.
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Mindy McGinn Apr 2
A6: Getting to be a mom again.
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Kate Brohl Mar 19
A6) Shout out to every single SUPERINTENDENT, PRINCIPAL, TEACHER, CUSTODIAN, FOOD SERVICE WORKER and PARENT right now!!! Every one of you is on the front lines in one way or another and it is so APPRECIATED!
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Mike Domagalski Apr 2
Hey - My 40th birthday is Monday, April 6. Since there is no party/dinner/nothing, I'm challenging 40 people to donate $40 my cause against Multiple Sclerosis in the name of my mom. If you'd like to be 1 of the 40, click here:
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Richard Klee, Ph.D. Mar 19
A6: Teachers and support staff are all heroes, but also remember these heroes!
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Kristin Anderson Mar 26
Thank you for inviting me to be part of the dialogue around fear. In close: “You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing which you think you cannot do.” -Eleanor Roosevelt
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Ricky Secor Apr 2
Went back to work when my son was one week old. Getting a lot more time together!
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Carmen Maring Mar 26
A6 Getting better at modeling failing forward.
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Steve Chisik Mar 26
A1: You all said it perfectly. Uncertainty makes us uneasy and causes anxiety.
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Julie Alley Apr 2
Thank you and for another great conversation! Now time to snuggle with the newest Alley addition, Winston the pug. 💙🐾
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Cyndi Nickel Mar 5
Happy Thursday Friends! Cyndi Nickel, State & Fed from Taylor
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Jon Paul Katona Mar 26
Jon Paul from Manton checking in! First chat all year! Looking forward to it!
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Ashley Markham Apr 2
A7: I have a colleague who suddenly lost her husband at the beg. of the school year. She’s been on my mind & in my prayers. I have been wanting to reach out and chat with her to make sure she is doing okay during this time without the support of her beloved husband.
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Nick Angel Apr 2
A:6 Without a doubt having my 2 daughters home from college has been a blessing...some days a curse. I also am so proud of my community. This is a wonderful place to live and work. Tight knight folks who really care about each other.
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Sharon Hampton-Madyun Apr 2
A6: The ability to regroup. This all happened at a very busy time of the year. I am a first year admin and was really feeling overwhelmed most days. Grateful for the chance to straighten my crown and keep things moving.
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Nick Damico, Ed.D. Apr 2
A6: the most important thing... right here. And resembles all of their quarantine moods!
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Meghan Kunzelman Mar 19
Meghan from Stockbridge looking forward to tonight's
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Mike Schulte Apr 2
: A6 Family dinners. Haven't been able to sit down together with more than 2 in years. Now it is a daily event with at least 4 of our 5 eating together. And talking without phones
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Chuck Moss Apr 2
A4) I remind myself that failure MUST be failing forward, not landing at a stopping point.
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Ryan Schrock 💡 20h
A3: Our district plan is fantastic! We are focused on ensuring SEL comes first. Families have to feel safe. and supported before we tackle academics.
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