Superintendent’s Post – Stories of Us

Partnership Educators, You could see the frustration and even the anger on Ted’s face and his gait was he stalked down Madison Avenue that blustery fall morning.  He had thought himself a book author or a poet.  Nevertheless, the great publishers of New York had...

Superintendents Post – Stories of Us

Partnership Educators, Howard Hill was acclaimed only once in his life. When he was a small boy, he sang at Buckingham Palace for Queen Victoria.  Shortly thereafter, his voice changed and that was the end of his singing career.  Yet he still demonstrated a degree of...

Superintendents Post – Stories of Us

Partnership Educators, June 1936, horse trainer Tom Smith toured the race tracks of Massachusetts looking for a bargain. His California employer, the owner of mostly young promising racehorses, wanted some mature animals to balance his stables.  Therefore, here was...

Superintendent’s Post – Stories of Us

Partnership Educators, This is Character Education month as was adopted by all the partnership boards during the meetings this last week.    Not that we would only teach character in the month of October, but to honor the fact that we teach character each and every...

Superintendent’s Post – Stories of Us

Partnership Educators, “Pride is a funny thing,” I thought as I sat in the warm building last Sunday.   Glancing around the room looking at those gathered, I wondered how many others were also feeling some sense of pride in what they were bearing witness...