When I started working at Centennial School District with Conor Corey in August of 2017, with instruction to continually improve the math scores district wide. We made sure to set a few short and long term goals never really considering many of the hurdles that we would face along the way and certainly not the Read More
Yes I said it! You may not want to admit it but deep down you know it is true. This is not to suggest that parents should throw children on a tablet and expect an educated, functioning member of society to be raised. Nor does it suggest that without a parents focus, effort, and love Read More
There is a universal belief when it comes to educational development. The “typical” belief is that reading to children as much as possible will empower them. Reading bedtime stories will aid them in becoming better learners. Reading books at bedtime will cultivate their love of learning from a young age. This thought process is ingrained Read More
This year at Centennial School District, we set out on a mission to erase expensive math resources from schools budgets in favor of open educational resources that actually work. This saves the school district thousands of dollars and actually allows teachers to provide targeted instruction. One such program we like to use is Khan Academy. In Read More
You might recognize a couple guys in this one! What a great year in education and we are so happy to have been apart of it!