Post-retirement reflections on D-41
I am writing this guest column knowing that by the time it appears in The Glen Ellyn News, I will have retired.
I welcome this chance to reflect on District 41, particularly on the many things that bode well for it in these times of great change in public education. I also want to share my gratitude for having spent seven years in this vibrant school district.
One of the remarkable things about District 41 has been its ability to chart a course and persevere; too often, organizations abandon excellent plans, having found it difficult to maintain confidence through the inevitable ups and downs when results don’t come right away. Meaningful and lasting change takes five to 10 years – that’s a long time. District 41 has organizational structures in place to unite it in pursuit of academic excellence, financial sustainability and strong community relations.
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