Updates going back to the beginning of the month of June. My 400th school visit for the year was at Lindbergh on June 6.

The mayor was the guest speaker at the last Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council. 

A selfie with staff at Woodworth. They insisted.

Leadership Day at Lindbergh

A STEAM fair event at STEM.

Edsel Honors Assembly pictures with Corey.

Iftar dinner with the mayor.

Career Day at Salina Intermediate.

Honors night at Fordson.

Just before this picture, I photo bombed the previous picture. Lol.

The DFT retirement Party. Congratulations to all of the retirees.

Walkthroughs at Snow and a picture with Ms. Shene.

A picture at Lindbergh. This marked my 400th school visit and I beat the previous 15-16 total of 394. I will soon tally the final school visit total for 16-17.  Lets just say I am self competitive but I also know that I need to be in the schools with students, faculty, and families.

The adapted PE day at Edsel was outstanding under the leadership of Dr. Lazar and faculty.

A great meeting with Representative Jones. 

At Pam Deneen’s retirement party and I made sure to take a picture with Ms. Knaus my mentor teacher at Salina going

back to 1997. Congratulations to Pam Deneen on her retirement.

With Tom Raffety. I moved into his office in HR back in 2011.

More leadership day pictures at Lindbergh.

Art presentations at the School Board meeting.

Chief Haddad’s lock it or lose it press conference. 

Selfies with some of our finest teachers at a local restaurant.

Congratulations to Ms. Strez on her retirement.

Science fair at William Ford


Congratulations to Ms. Doman and Mr. David on their retirement along with all Dearborn Retirees.

A ran into Gina and Ernie on Michigan Ave after the Dearborn High Graduation.

Promotion ceremony at McCollough-Unis.

Iftar Dinner following the Edsel Ford Graduation with Mr. Hachem. I ran into some good friends too.

STEM school promotion ceremony. Congratulations to the students who are moving to high school for 17-18. 

Honors Ceremony at Dearborn High.

The new bike trail ribbon cutting ceremony with a shared bicycle system.

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