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WHS Alumni Speaker Series, #1!
We did a thing. With the brainstorming of Woodbridge School District Board member, Elaine Gallant, and thanks to local business owners that are Woodbridge alumni, AND the rising educator students at WHS, we have started the spotlight on alumni business … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged All Span Inc., Elaine Gallant, Josh Miller, Raider's Den, Woodbridge High School Leave a comment
Come As You Are
In planning for the conference for the 2022 DLA/MLA poster session Donna Carter, Greenwood Public Library Librarian, and myself, Woodbridge High Librarian fell into a brief intro: Calling All Library, Tech, Social Media, Literature, Project, and Adventure Geeks – Come … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged A Day In thew Life of a School Librarian, Amy Mosher, Brandywine Hundred, Brianna Hughes, Come as You Are, Denise Knestaut, DLA, Drexel University, Everylibrary.org, Jen Wilson, John Chrastka, Michelle Hughes, MLA, Patrick Sweeney, Woodbridge High School Leave a comment
Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night
Do not Go Gentle Into that Good Night Yes, years ago Ms. Debra Ramon have a speech to the graduating Class of The American School Foundation in Mexico City in 2016. It reached every soul and heart string in the … Continue reading
Time. Time passes so fast and the one thing that often happens is fighting for the moments to appreciate what happens in those seconds, minutes,hours, days, week, months, and years that fly by. The biggest crime is not being able … Continue reading
It’s the season, and the C word arises.
It’s here again. A season that seems to occasionally fill in for the lost summers, summers often too hot to go outside, too hot to be able to breathe, and simply passed by and arriving at your door stop in … Continue reading
World Cup, Elections, Pinche Gringo, The Comic Book Store, Cultural Studies, Opening Opportunities.
Wow. What a welcome onrush of exciting events recently to counteract so much dread, negativity, and what sometimes seems one sided- banging your head off the wall sanity at times. World Cup. Wow. Never would I have thought I wold … Continue reading
“Due to inclement weather, the 2018 WHS Graduation will be inside.” Ms. Short, the guru and master of planning what would be a HUGE successful gradation greeted us in the AM on June 3rd. Surreal. The voice starting the day just … Continue reading
Leading with the “I” – Inactively – Doesn’t Work.
March 2, 2018 at Woodbridge High School brought the Professional Development Day “Everyone Leads” to our School District, and I have to admit, I am still getting used to seeing everyone in the School District so many times when we … Continue reading
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Miracles Occur in the Largest Places, the Smallest Places, in All Places.
“The world is held together by things you can’t see.” – Miracle on 34th Street. Location is a crazy thing. Especially today. With so many advances on traveling, location has become not an obstacle, except to the individual. It is … Continue reading