An interview podcast discussing current issues facing small school districts. Host Tim Taylor, the director of the Small School District Association, is joined by leaders in the fields of education, legislation, and lobbying in order to highlight and spread awareness on all things "small schools."
Dr. Kathi Gibson
In this interview, host Tim Taylor, Executive Director of the Small School Districts' Association, is joined by Dr. Kathi Gibson. Gibson shares her expertise as she reflects on her career as an educator. “Have a vision, and be driven by the mission and vision.”
Dr. Julie Boesch
In this interview, host Tim Taylor, Director of the Small School Districts' Association, is joined by Dr. Julie Boesch. Tune in to hear about Boesch's unique path to becoming an honored education leader as a first-generation college graduate and a mother of four boys.
Dr. Justin Cunningham
In this interview, host Tim Taylor, director of the Small School Districts' Association, is joined by Dr. Justin Cunningham. Tune in to hear about Cunningham's career as an education leader, his favorite book, and his tips on learning to live your optimal life.
Sabrina Kenney - Vocal Coach
In this interview, host Tim Taylor, director of the Small School District Association, is joined by Sabrina Kenney. Kenney is a vocal coach and recent graduate from Chapman University, where she earned a B.A. in Integrated Educational Studies with an emphasis in performing arts.
In this interview, host Tim Taylor, director of the Small School District Association, is joined by Jan Mathews, a Science Teacher at Sycamore Middle School. Mathews was awarded the RSC's Celia B. Godsil Grants in Place Fellows program and helped Sycamore Middle School beautify its campus with an inviting outdoor space.
“Everything you do leaves a mark. Everything you do is your legacy. So know that and make it something great.” - Jan Mathews
New episodes air every other Tuesday!
In this interview, host Tim Taylor, director of the Small School District Association of California, is joined by Maggie Peacock-Butler, a speech-language pathology assistant and secretary-treasurer of the Potter Valley Education Support Professionals Association. She reflects on being named Paula J. Monroe CTA Education Support Professional of the Year at the California Teachers Association State Council meeting in April.
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Dr. Brazil’s background clearly shaped his passion for serving students in small school districts. He understands the unique challenges those students face and is a wonderful example of the bright future and success they can attain. Po
Amazing podcast! Love the content - a must listen!
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Sounds interesting so far, looking forward to hearing more!