Shelby County Schools principals are working hard this summer to better serve students and the community next school year.
Last week, principals and administrators from each school in the district attended the weeklong Leadership Institute at Cordova High School. They attended sessions and seminars focused on professional development in academics, technology and community engagement.
Superintendent Dorsey Hopson opened the Institute with some encouragement for principals. He shared with principals and school leaders his continued vision of success in reaching the District’s Destination 2025 goals. Through the week, Chief of Schools, Dr. Sharon Griffin and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Joris Ray also spoke to school leaders about the academic improvement strategies and goals for the upcoming school year.
— Natalia Powers (@NataliaPowers1) June 19, 2017
Good morning from the principal institute – our leaders are learning again this morning. We can never learn enough to support our kids! pic.twitter.com/QiOQGnfar1
— SCS PIO (@PIO_SCSk12) June 22, 2017
— Natalia Powers (@NataliaPowers1) June 20, 2017
— Jenae'Scott-Robinson (@JAkA_iTeach) June 22, 2017