Happy Monday Moanin to all of you. Today we celebrate the American federal holiday marking his birthday Let’s honor Dr. King’s memory as we begin our work this week. Dr. King was a champion and leader of inclusivity, non-violence, equal rights, voting rights for all, and desegregation to name a few. As educators lets model our actions after the example of Dr. King. For the rest of January lets focus our practices on the following dis’s in our schools. They may be students, staff, parents, colleagues, or other community members. Let’s pay attention to them and help improve their lives. The dis’s are:
- the Discouraged
- the Discounted
- the Disinterested
- the Disappointed
Let’s take action and provide hope and a better experience for all of our school community members to honor Dr. King. Let’s get to work!
” The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of education.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.