#PrincipalProject Blog

How Principal Keeanna Warren Sustained Restorative Practices from a Distance

Keeanna Warren is a high school principal in Indiana. You can read more about what restorative practices look like in her school community here. Follow her on Twitter @KeeannaWarren. This past year, my high school transitioned to the complete integration of restorative practices – which means we center our days on the relationships we have […]

Leader’s Digest with Principal Kathy Walker

Issue #5: Tapping back into your “why” this BTS season Sign up here to get #PrincipalProject newsletters like this in your inbox! Kathy Walker is a middle school principal in Statesville, North Carolina. You can follow her on Twitter @kathywalkeriss Optimism. Concern. Fear. Excitement. Determination. We school leaders are building our back-to-school plans a little […]

#PrincipalOfficeHours: A Conversation About Anti-Racist School Leadership

Your fellow school leaders came together during our recent #PrincipalOfficeHours Twitter chat to discuss building inclusive and representative spaces in school communities by reexamining policies, curriculum, student data and leadership strategies. We’ve collected a handful of responses to each question, and we hope you’ll find some inspiration, a new approach to a problem, a resource […]

Leader’s Digest with Associate Principal Xavier Reed

Issue #4: Resources for anti-racist leadership Sign up here to get #PrincipalProject newsletters like this in your inbox! Xavier Reed is a middle school associate principal in Mounds View, Minnesota. As school leaders, we love being with our kids and with our staff – so I know finishing our school year apart from each other […]

Leader’s Digest with Principal Kristen Kuhlmann

Issue #3: A principal’s guide for celebrating the end of this unusual year Sign up here to get #PrincipalProject newsletters like this in your inbox! Kristen Kuhlmann is a high school principal in Andover, Kansas. I want to bring up something that I think has been on all our minds lately: finding a way to […]