Month: February 2018

A STEM AWAKENING

Talk about setting oneself up for failure. Publishing former MNPS teacher Scott Bennett’s exit letter yesterday really raised the bar for the week. It seems his words resonated with y’all, and as a result, that post has grown to become… Read More ›

TOO MUCH

This post isn’t this week’s usual early week update. I was too busy enjoying President’s Day with my kids to write that. But I saw this, ¬†written by an MNPS teacher, and I felt it deserved wider recognition. So I’m… Read More ›

PULLING PAPERS

Over the last decade, I have been, what I guess you could call, a community activist. My wife and I bought a house in Woodbine shortly after our marriage in 2005, and I immediately dived into community activism. I was… Read More ›

A QUESTION OF FOCUS

When writing these pieces, I often feel like a curmudgeon shouting “Get off my yard” to the kids. I don’t think of myself as a negative person by nature, but I am driven by an overarching desire to have honest… Read More ›