It is up to us, adults, to challenge our students to learn and make sure that they seize the extraordinary opportunities schools offer.
The start of 2020-21 school year is just a few weeks away, and there have been many questions about what this will look like for our students, staff, and parents.
This year, with the final three months of the school year taking place remotely, children stand to lose anywhere from 3 months to a year of learning.
For education leaders, closing our schools was a painful choice, but it was necessary to slow the spread of this illness and save lives.
In mid-January, District Superintendent Dr. Gladys I. Cruz traveled to the Dominican Republic as part of the Lifetouch Memory Mission 2020.
Most colleges and universities consider the high school transcript the single most important factor in student applications.