School has been out for just two days and we’ve already seen cyber-bullying, offensive language and behavior on anonymous Facebook pages targeting Newberg kids by name.
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week. It’s ironic that it falls in May, which typically brings challenges with a hectic pace as we wrap up assessments, sports, events and can begin to
Since Spring Break, I have been approached a few times by folks asking about particular rumors they had heard regarding next year. Given all the work we are doing and the moving parts through
I know we all are saddened and dismayed at the events that occurred in Connecticut. It certainly impacts us all in education when we see terrible incidences like this. As a parent and a
Jim Collins in his book, Good to Great, says that “good is the enemy of great” and that most often organizations fail to reach great because of their overwhelming satisfaction with good
It has been absolutely fabulous to get out into schools to see teachers and students settling into routines and getting the school year off and going.
Today is the first day of school for more than 5,000 Newberg Public School District students. A few things did not go perfectly.