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I still remember the first home visit I ever made to a student’s home. I was a teacher in the Milwaukee Public School system. It was not my idea, but rather a request made to me by my assistant principal at the time, Larry Leonard, who asked that I join him on a home visit. A few days prior I had expressed my displeasure with Mr. Leonard on his handling of a discipline matter with a young boy named Michael who had swore at me in front of the entire class. I had heard from several teachers that Michael was not “going to make it,” long before this incident in my classroom ever took place. Besides, Michael was a difficult

I recently shared the following thoughts in my weekly Monday Memo to staff:The topic of social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, continue to be topics of discussion throughout the educational arena.  As many of you know, I felt a obliged to try and expand my professional learning network last year to help me develop as an educator and as a leader in order to help support you and our students in the learning process.  One way I did this was by connecting to Twitter. In doing so, I felt like I was able to have access to a plethora of resources and other educators eager to learn and share like myself.  As I reflect on my journey three things