As I have taken the opportunity to reflect on the beginning of another school year, my thoughts have centered on the critical aspect of
I have been reminded, many times, since returning to ICSD almost four years ago, that we have exemplary educators and staff serving our students and families. These reminders have come in the form of random acts of kindness and purposeful and thoughtful deeds. We have taken some time to celebrate those that have come to our attention with recognition and “lollipop moments”. These continue to be highlights of my year.
I know that many more of these events are taking place in every school every day, and they go unnoticed and uncelebrated. These moments that go uncelebrated, publicly, are the ones I would like to recognize in this message. As I have said many times before, we live in a great community, where neighbors care about neighbors, educators care about kids, and parents love their children. However, we also know that we have families who struggle financially and emotionally. Your willingness to reach out to these families and quiet the fears of children while they are in your care is valiant and so appreciated. Please accept this message as a “lollipop moment” recognition to each of you. Your service is making a difference!
Welcome back Iron County School District!
As I reflected at the end of our snow day, at the forefront of my thoughts was my deep gratitude for the wonderful people I get to work and associate with in the Iron County Sch
As I have stated before, I love this time of year.
The year is passing quickly. Second quarter has begun, and our students and educators are accomplishing great things.