ed saxton

Years ago, my mom encouraged me to understand that each learning experience “puts a key on the ring.” She insisted that learning was a daily activity and every person I encountered had the ability to teach.

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After meeting in closed session June 24 for a review of Ed Saxton’s work in the district’s top post, the St. Francis School Board voted 5-2 to approve a contract that would retain the former St. Francis High School principal in his current role as district superintendent through the 2015-2016 school year.

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Years ago, a principal for whom I once worked, told me, “In my opinion, it’s what you do that is not in your job description that makes the real difference.” This December, I had the opportunity to observe this concept in action on two separate occasions.

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