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Principals’ Collaborative Community
September 27, 2022 @ 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Build your network, virtually meet with other principals and gain valuable insight and tips at the Principals’ Collaborative Community. This exciting opportunity is available for all K-12 principals across the nation. It includes monthly virtual meetings with expert speakers, resources and more – at no cost to you! Choose the dates that are most convenient and register below.
Special Guest Dr. Tim Fountain
Topic: As schools try to return to a “new normal” after two years of COVID disruption, leaders are faced with declining test scores, elevated student behaviors, and heightened teacher fatigue. As campus leaders, how do we leave behind the role of crisis management and return to instructional leadership? This session will offer school leaders an opportunity to reflect on the challenges facing them in the “new normal” and share insights on taking back the role of instructional leader.
Register using the following link: https://gce.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYvd-2prD0pGNPE4Q75L2qUc2_sg1DU4NQ_
Dr. Tim Fountain is a veteran educator and Director for the Scottsdale Unified School District. Dr. Fountain graduated with distinction from Northern Arizona University earning Bachelor’s Degrees in Journalism and Education, a Masters in Educational Leadership and his Doctorate in Educational Leadership. He began his career as a middle school teacher and coach before moving into administration. Dr. Fountain spent much the last 15 years serving as an administrator at the middle school, high school, and elementary levels. He currently serves as a Director for the Scottsdale Unified School District having overseen district teams in curriculum and instruction, professional development, and online learning. Dr. Fountain has led several turnaround initiatives at the site level with expertise in data driven instruction and working with high needs schools. In 2018 Dr. Fountain was named an exemplary principal by MCESA and led his school to an A+ award from the Arizona Education Foundation.