The Inspired to Thrive podcast is a place for K12 educators to find insights and inspiration. Brought to you by the Small School District Association, the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence, and Thrive Public Schools. Hear stories from schools creating greater impact for children by doing things a little different. Listen in and get inspired. To share your story of inspiration or to find tools from our podcast visit us at www.ThrivePS.org
Relationships are at the core of education, but how can you leverage videos, social media, and your authentic self to create stronger connections in your community.
Zandra Joel Galvon superintendent of the Greenfield union school district, the current board president for the California Latinos superintendents association, as well as a mentor for the national association of superintendents.
How do you weather the storm leads through trauma and come back even stronger? That is the topic of our podcast today
Welcome to the inspire to thrive podcast, a place for K-12 educators to find insights and inspiration.
Tim Taylor is the former superintendent and current executive director of the small school districts association.
Supporting Students with Disabilities Through an Innovative Model of “Child Find” and Early Assessment
What happens when evaluating complex learners becomes a process, not a checklist?
Renee Manifee, Executive Director for early childhood learning in the Shasta County Office of Education shares an idea for getting to know learners better and building a strong educational foundation.
One County United for Little Kids
How blending various early childhood programs became a county-wide response for PreK and more.
What happens when you stop worrying about “how can I do this” and instead shift to “what are all the ways people are working on this in my community?” Renee Manifee, Executive Director for early childhood learning in the Shasta County Office of Education shares models for lifting up our littlest learners.
Students As the Solution
Students are the solution, not the problem. How a better way for students created better futures for all.
What happens when our response to trauma is flipped on its head and students become the protagonist in the story of our future joint success? Join us for a conversation with Jay Roscup, Project Director for a Full Service Community Schools project for four school districts and Director of Finger Lakes Community Schools (www.flxcommunityschools.org).
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Why Can't We? How Three Districts Created Shared Programs
What happens when a small rural district is no longer limited by its size and instead supercharges relationships to get things done?
Join us for a conversation with Dr. Julie Boesch, Superintendent of the Maple Elementary School District in Kern County, California.
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Excellent opportunities for young people!!
Innovative thinking and great host!! Agree! these young people can become great employees who also have potential to figure out their dreams and set goals for the future!!