Throughout the past few years, I’ve found that Walking in the Shoes of our students and staff gives me unique perspectives about our schools.
For Walking in the Shoes, I typically spend the day shadowing a student or staff member.
Last school year, I walked in the shoes of a few students with special circumstances. This included a student in our Life Skills program, a kindergartner who is homeless, and a student who is transitioning as part of our LGBTQA community.
Watch this video to see my experiences Walking in the Shoes of students in 2015-16 school year
Whose shoes do you think I should walk in this year? I look forward to your thoughts and feedback.
If you want to see a comprehensive list of my past Walking in the Shoes experiences, please click here.