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Elevate Construction
Ep.699 - The Path to Finish

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 4:41


In this podcast we cover:  Why every schedule must have a path to finish. What happens if you do not have one. The formula that gives you the path. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Elevate Construction
Ep.700 - How to Create a Look-ahead Schedule

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 8:33


In this podcast we cover:  Why creating your look-ahead first is wrong. How to vertically align your schedule. One is from your head, that other is from your team. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Elevate Construction
Ep.698 - Recovering the Supply Chain

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 5:39


In this podcast we cover:  How to recover the supply chain at every step. Why digging in is better than taking the vendor's word for it. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

205 VIBE
Episode 38: 2022 Education Outlook with Superintendent Ehren Jarrett

205 VIBE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 45:51


Education Outlook: Superintendent Ehren Jarrett was a guest on the Community Priority Series with the Rockford Chamber of Commerce in November. Dr. Jarrett shared insight about the district's work in preparing students for the workforce and how the business community can support our students and schools. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rps205-communications/message

Transit Unplugged
Mass Transit 40 Under 40 Part 1: Kayleigh Cleek and Sapna Shah

Transit Unplugged

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 33:56


This week we have the first of two special Mass Transit 40 Under 40 shows. This week Paul Comfort and Mischa Wanek-Libman, Editor in Chief of Mass Transit Magazine talk with two of the honorees: Kayleigh Cleek, Transit Planning Manager, Greenville Transit Authority, and Sapna Shah, Superintendent, NY MTA talk about their careers, what they do at their agencies, and their visions for the future of transit. These are two extraordinary women who are already making their mark on the transit world. And next week we continue the series with Carlos Cruz-Casas, Chief Innovation Officer, Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works, Roman Steichen, Director of Transit Services, Frederick County, and Sophia Maletz Franklyn, Director of Fare Revenue & Administrative Services at TriMet talking with Paul and Mischa. Also on the show we have:

Elevate Construction
Ep.697 - How to Prepare for Your Performance Review

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 25:01


In this podcast we cover: How to prepare for your performance review. How you can receive the information and use it to your benefit. How to filter your feedback. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
* Tom Watkins, Expert on China, Former State Superintendent of Schools and State Mental Health Director

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 10:22


Elevate Construction
Ep.695 - Takt & The 14 Principles of Lean Management

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 18:01


In this podcast we cover: How Takt applies to the 14 principles of the Toyota Way.   If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Elevate Construction
Ep.693 - The Art of War Reflections - Chapter 8 - Variation of Tactics

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 15:14


In this podcast we cover: How a leader can respond when changes need to be made. What 5 things should the leader avoid when a change of plan is needed. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Elevate Construction
Ep.696 - A Mirror of You!

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 9:13


In this podcast we cover: Why your organization is a mirror of you. What you can do to change the underperforming aspects of your project, team, or company. Why it all comes down to extreme ownership. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

American Education FM
EP. 395 - Ongoing civil war in education, Oxford Superintendent resigns, current jab connections.

American Education FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 53:31


The ongoing, internal civil war in education continues as school boards and districts defy state policy; replacement migration is destroying education and short-changing students; a suspicious resignation from the newly appointed Oxford Michigan Superintendent, and current jab news and observations.

Elevate Construction
Ep.694 - You Have Never Met a Mere Mortal

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 14:37


In this podcast we cover: The future potential of the people we work with. Why they may show up in a way that does not please you. How we can improve the situation and elevate others on our projects. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Accelerate Your Performance
Lead Collaboratively and Transparently

Accelerate Your Performance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 22:45


What does it take to be a collaborative leader who leads transparently and commits to improvement in an organization? In today's Accelerate Your Performance podcast episode, Dr. Janet Pilcher invites Jeff Dellutri, Superintendent of Fox Point-Bayside School District, to discuss his ‘why' for committing to the work of improvement. Listen as he shares about the results he has seen from applying the improvement work and how his collaborative leadership style has contributed to these results.This episode addresses questions, such as:What role does listening and asking questions play in being a collaborative leader?Why is working collaboratively and relying on others to do their jobs well an important part of the improvement process?What is your 'why' for committing to the work of improvement for your organization?Recommended Resources: Unrelenting Commitment to Improvement, Get Clear About Action, Make Way for Innovation, & From Input to Action: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The Colorado Switchblade
Further community conversations about the implications a new religious charter school would have in the Estes Valley

The Colorado Switchblade

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 70:52


As I was recording this podcast, the following email went out to community stakeholders from the Superintendent of the Estes Park School District regarding the district policy concerning the charter school application and upcoming process here is what it read: Estes Park School District Staff, Parents/Guardians, and Community,Loveland Classical Schools has submitted an application to start a K-8 charter school in the Estes Park School District. The application was submitted and has met the requirements set in the policy. District policy also dictates that the district must host public meetings so that stakeholders have the opportunity to relay questions and express concerns or support regarding the charter school application. A timeline has been developed to guide the process, and we strongly encourage citizens to attend the meetings if at all possible. HERE is the most recent LCS Charter School Application. Below you will find an upcoming timeline for community meetings hosted by the Estes Park School District in relation to the application and process: * November 29, 2022* Time: 5:30-7:30 pm* Initial Public meeting for stakeholders to provide comments around the Loveland Classical Schools application. A review of the process will occur at this meeting. * Location: Estes Park Town Hall | 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517* December 12th, 2022* Time: 6:15 pm* Regular Board of Education meeting* Location: Estes Park Town Hall | 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517* January 5, 2023* Time: 5:30-7:30 pm* Public meeting in which the Loveland Classical Schools Charter School representatives will be interviewed by Superintendent Bode and the Board of Education in the presence of the public. There will not be an opportunity for public comment at this meeting. * Location: Estes Park Town Hall | 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517* January 6, 2023* Time: 5:30-7:30 pm* Public meeting for stakeholders to provide comments around the Loveland Classical Schools application. * Location: Estes Park Town Hall | 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517* January 10, 2023* Time: 8:30-11:00 am * Regular Board of Education Work Session * Location: Admin Conference Room | 1605 Brodie Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517* Regularly scheduled DAAC (District Accountability Advisory Committee) Meeting * Time: 4:15-5:45 pm * Location: Admin Conference Room | 1605 Brodie Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517* January 23rd, 2023 * Time: 6:15-TBD pm* Regular School Board meeting to receive DAAC and Superintendent recommendation regarding the Loveland Classical Schools charter into the district.* Location: Estes Park Town Hall | 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517* February 14, 2023* Regular Board of Education Work Session* Time: 8:30-11:00 am* Location: Admin Conference Room | 1605 Brodie Avenue * Regularly scheduled DAAC (District Accountability Advisory Committee) Meeting * Time: 4:15-5:45 pm * Location: Admin Conference Room | 1605 Brodie Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517 * February 27th, 2023* Time: 6:15 pm* Description: Regular EPSD Board meeting vote and adopt an official resolution regarding Loveland Classical Schools. @ Town Hall* Location: Estes Park Town Hall | 170 MacGregor Avenue, Estes Park, CO 80517Additionally, a comment form has been created to allow for online feedback utilizing the Google Form found HERE.  Information collected by this form will be shared with the Board of Education, Superintendent Bode and Administration. This form will be accepting responses until January 10th, 2023. For more information and up to date details, please follow along on our website HERE. Kind Regards, Ruby Bode, Superintendent Here are the two emails I read on the episode: To members of the Estes Park School District Board,I reluctantly offer these comments regarding the proposed charter school application. Reluctantly, because based on my prior experiences with such issues in Estes Park, I suspect this may already be a done deal. Reluctantly also because I am aware that my comments may offend certain people including some who are good friends. Nevertheless, I believe the issues and concerns below should be part of the public record regarding the charter school application.Here is the first:LOVELAND CLASSICAL SCHOOL CHARTER PROPOSAL AND A BRIEF SUMMARY                                    OF SIGNIFICANT LCS POLICIES AND PROCEDURESOME HELPFUL DEFINITIONS:            A NON-PUBLIC (PRIVATE) SCHOOL IS A SCHOOL SUCH AS AN INDEPENDENT, PAROCHIAL OR HOME SCHOOL THAT DOES NOT RECEIVE ANY PUBLIC (TAXPAYER PROVIDED) FUNDING. THE OPERATIVE TERM HERE IS “INDEPENDENT” MEANING THAT BY NOT ACCEPTING PUBLIC FUNDING THE SCHOOL IS ALSO RELIEVED FROM FOLLOWING MOST STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS THAT OFTEN ACCOMPANY THE RECEIPT OF GOVERNMENT FUNDING.            A CHARTER SCHOOL IS A PUBLIC SCHOOL THAT DOES RECEIVE TAXPAYER FUNDING; CONSEQUENTLY, A CHARTER SCHOOL MUST FOLLOW APPROPRIATE CORRESPONDING STATE REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS THAT ACCOMPANY THE ACCEPTANCE OF TAXPAYER FUNDING.LCS POLICIES AND PROCEDURESA.    SCHOOL GOVERNANCE WILL BE DONE BY AN APPOINTED (NOT AN ELECTED) BOARD IN LOVELAND. THERE WILL BE NO DIRECT ACCOUNTABILITY TO THE TAXPAYERS OF THE ESTES VALLEY OF THE BOARD'S DECISIONS.B.     FUNDING PROVIDED TO THE LOVELAND CLASSICAL SCHOOL WILL ACCORDINGLY REDUCE FUNDING AVAILABLE TO  CURRENT ESTES VALLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS FOR FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENT PROGRAMS.  IN OTHER WORDS, THE PROPOSED LCS CHARTER SCHOOL WILL BE IN DIRECT FINANCIAL COMPETITION WITH THE ESTES PARK SCHOOL DISTRICT (EPSD), AND THUS EXACERBATE THE CURRENT FUNDING AND STUDENT NUMBERS CHALLENGES OF THE ESTES PARK SCHOOL DISTRICTC.     ADDITIONAL TAXPAYER PROVIDED STARTUP FUNDING FOR THE CHARTER SCHOOL WILL BE USED TO RENOVATE AND EXPAND CHURCH FACILITIES WHERE THE CLASSES WILL BE HELD (ESTES PARK BAPTIST CHURCH—CORNERSTONE) IN ESTES PARK. THE CHURCH WILL ALSO RECEIVE A YEARLY USE FEE.  THE MINISTER OF THE CHURCH TO RECEIVE THE RENOVATION MONEY IS ALSO ON THE BOARD OF THE LOVELAND CLASSICAL SCHOOL (A CLEAR CONFLICT OF INTEREST). ALL ALTERNATIVE LOCATIONS FOR THE PROPOSED LCS BRANCH ARE EVANGELICAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES IN THE ESTES VALLEY.D.    ALTHOUGH COLORADO CHARTER SCHOOLS ARE REQUIRED TO ADMIT STUDENTS OF ALL INCOMES AND ACADEMIC ABILITIES, THEY ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION OR FOOD THAT CAN OFTEN BE  CRITICAL TO CERTAIN LOW INCOME FAMILIES. THE PROPOSED LOVELAND CLASSICAL CHARTER SCHOOL WILL NOT PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION AND MEAL PROGRAMS AS THE ESTES PARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS DO. STUDENTS MAY ALSO BE REQUIRED TO PURCHASED SCHOOL-SANCTIONED CLOTHING.E.     ALTHOUGH COLORADO TEACHER CERTIFICATION FOR LCS IS RECOMMENDED, IT IS NOT REQUIRED (THIS IS TRUE FOR ALL APPROVED COLORADO CHARTER SCHOOLS). THE LCS BOARD IN LOVELAND WILL THUS HAVE FINAL SAY ON TEACHER QUALIFICATIONS.F.     LCS POLICIES REGARDING CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS ARE AS FOLLOWS:1.     “The theory of evolution in regard to human origins will not be taught at this time” “but such teaching is not intended to exclude other theories of human origin and development such as creation” (a potential Constitutional violation)2.     The LCS curriculum does not include human sexuality instruction (a potential violation of certain Colorado statutes unless an official waiver has been granted)3.     “Controversial issues” are defined as those of a political or social nature where there are differences of opinion and passions run high. These issues  may not be addressed in certain cases as determined by the LCS Board in Loveland. Thus, controversial issues may only be explored when arising from some part of the curriculum in grades 6-12. When these subjects come up, teachers will present an “impartial view” without proselytizing. Contemporary controversial issues will not be discussed in the elementary school, even if part of the Core Knowledge sequence, without Site Principal approval.*The above information is taken from a variety of sources. Since thorough and reliable information is limited, I welcome any additions and/or corrections to the above statementsMY PERSONAL ANALYSIS OF THE LCS CHARTER PROPOSALUnder the Colorado Charter School Act an approved charter school is allowed to have an independent governing board, to hire unlicensed teachers, to impose conservative dress codes and to provide creative and sometimes experimental approaches to teaching the general high school curriculum approved by the State Board of Education.At the same time, however, a charter school is still a public school that must be open to students of all income levels and academic abilities. It may not exercise the kind of selective admissions policies that are allowed to independent and parochial schools because a public school is intended to serve the general public, not a select group of like-minded people. A charter school may not promote religion (especially a particular religion) in any way, nor may it discriminate against any ethnic, racial or gender group in any way.In my personal opinion, The LCS application proposal fails the Charter School test. The refusal to teach the origins of human evolution clearly reveals the narrow fundamentalist religious education mission of the school. The LCS approach to human evolution has nothing to do with a “classical education” and it  is contrary to both state-approved scientific education and the general public's belief in appropriate scientific education. LCS's motivation is further affirmed by the accompanying proposed religious locations, taxpayer supported church startup funding  (and consequent Board membership conflicts of interest). Lack of local control of the LCS Board is also an issue of  concern.In addition to failing the appropriate religious test for a charter school, LCS also fails the general test of how to approach controversial issues. The seemingly benign language and processes regarding the teaching and discussion of controversial issues leaves far too much power in the hands of the Site Principal and the independent LCS Board. Parsed carefully, the language is very similar to the language of requirements imposed in Texas and Florida to promote particular political views by carefully and intentionally limiting and censoring discussion of certain controversial issues. Restricting faculty responses and faculty led discussions to this degree may be fine for the promotion of certain political, social or religious agendas, but it is not good public education.In summary, the LCD proposal is a proposal for a private school designed to meet the needs, not of the general public, but instead mostly to satisfy the needs and desires of conservatives,  religious fundamentalists and evangelical Christians. There is nothing wrong with a private school to satisfy those needs and desires, but there is everything wrong for such a school to expect to be supported by public taxpayer funding. Should the current School Board support such a proposal,  future bond issues and appeals for public funding may consequently fall on deaf ears from a significant portion of the taxpaying public who will not forgive the Board for helping to financially undermine the Estes Park School District in order to serve the narrow and minority agenda of a powerful religious and political lobbying group. Does the EPSD need to significantly improve its academic program in some areas? Yes it does, and this should be the Board's focus rather than encouraging a competitive charter school with particular political and religious agendas that risk doing more harm than good to the public school system.*My reactions to this charter school proposal are based on 36 years of teaching in independent schools (including nine years as a Headmaster), service on the Board of the Association of Colorado Independent Schools, and participation in a number of ACIS Accreditation Evaluations.As my background implies, I am not opposed to independent schools, religious schools or charter schools. The school choice program in Colorado has certainly benefited my children and grandchildren. Would I be opposed to any type of charter school in Estes Park? No, I would not be, as long as the charter school is a true “public school” in the sense that it serves the entire community (i.e. that it is without inappropriate political, social or religious baggage).  Am I opposed to a  “classical school” without the aforementioned baggage?  Not necessarily, although having taught both Western Civilization and Global Studies(along with Comparative Religions) I would offer the caveat that too much focus on the Western Canon may not well serve our increasingly diverse student population. Consequently, any proposed charter school should take that into consideration and avoid offering “canned curriculums” often provided by groups with particular agendas that may not be appropriate as part of the Estes Park “public” school system.In this vein, I urge individual Estes Park Board members, as you consider this charter proposal, to act as stewards of the overall Estes Valley educational community and not as perceived representatives of any particular political, social or religious action group.Here is the second: We are writing to strongly oppose the LCS-EV application.   The money that it siphons from the school district will have a serious negative impact on the quality of education the district will be able to provide for students who do not attend the new school.  The data show that Estes Valley schools are performing well, but this change could mean fewer teachers and possibly lower salaries which are already among the lowest in the nation.  Also, it is a clear violation of the separation between church and state for the district to spend $50,000 renovating a church to accommodate the special needs of the new school.The financial requirements for the students in the new school will eliminate any students of limited means, because they will not be able to afford the uniforms, lunches, and transportation.  There are many parents in Estes Park who work in the service industries who are barely able to afford living in Estes.  This is discrimination against those parents and students.It seems to us that spending a half million dollars for the benefit of 40-70 students is fiscally unsound. Diluting the money from tax dollars to run two schools does not provide the highest quality of education for the students in either one.If the school is approved, the Estes Park elected school board cedes any oversight to the appointed board of the Loveland Charter School, who are not local residents.  The board even includes the pastor of the host church……talk about a conflict of interest!  And to imagine that the Loveland board--not even required to appoint certified teachers--will appoint anyone but religious pedagogues is naive. We want to emphasize that we are NOT opposed to religious schools....one of us attended them, after all.  But this is a thinly disguised attempt to use public money to fund a religious school, and that is what is not acceptable.  If there are parents who want their children in a religious school, they should be willing to pay for it.-- Mary and Barry HanniganEstes Park, COwww.blackcanyonrecords.com/maryHere is the link to the Great Schools reviews I read from: https://www.greatschools.org/colorado/loveland/4273-Loveland-Classical-School/reviews/And just for fun, here is Willam Burroughs reading his Thanksgiving Poem: Today's episode is sponsored by: Get full access to The Colorado Switchblade at www.coloradoswitchblade.com/subscribe

MI SoundBoard
Remember This Superintendent

MI SoundBoard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 38:59


We had the pleasure of speaking to the 2023 Michigan Superintendent of the Year Monica Merritt, Ed.D. from Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. She shared some personal and district successes along with how she's handled contentious issues. From her experiences, she hopes any person or district can take the example she intentionally (or unintentionally) sets and use it in their lives or community.

Illinois News Now
Wake Up TriCounties Kewanee Superintendent Dr Chris Sullens

Illinois News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 11:11


Kewanee School District Superintendent Dr. Chris Sullens joined WKEI on Tuesday morning to talk about Monday's Kewanee School Board Meeting. In our conversation, Dr. Chris Sullens talks about honoring the Kewanee High School FFA which earned a huge honor at the National FFA Conference in Indianapolis last month, Dr, Sullens also updated listeners about the ongoing construction projects across the district and ended on a conversation about taxes. Hear our conversation with Dr. Chris Sullens from Wake Up Tri-Counties below...

Elevate Construction
Ep.692 - The Art of War Reflections - Chapter 6 & 7 - Weakness & Maneuvering

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 21:52


In this podcast we cover: How to appear weak when you are strong. How to maneuver your workforce. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Apostolic Mentoring
The Conversation with Charles G. Robinette_English

Apostolic Mentoring

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 85:59


In this episode of The Conversation, Pastor Matt was privileged to interview Charles Robinette. Bro. Robinette is a veteran minister and missionary, having spent nearly 28 years alongside his wife, Stacey overseas in various nations. In particular, they served as Superintendent over the German speaking nations, basing out of Vienna, Austria. Charles and Stacey are parents to two daughters, Aleia and Brienna, and they currently are appointed as International Evangelists with the United Pentecostal Church International. In this episode Bro. Robinette shares about his book “Radically Apostolic” and what it means to him to be Apostolic in the 21st century, he talks about how God is going to help the church to see BILLIONS of souls added to the Kingdom, he shares about some amazing open doors that he has been able to walk through recently, and much more.Find us online at:Website: www.capitalcommunity.ca Facebook: www.facebook.com/capitalcommunitychurchInstagram: www.instagram.com/ccc_fredericton YouTube: www.capitalcommunity.tvThe Conversation Podcast: www.anchor.fm/ccc-theconversationSermon Archive Podcast:  www.anchor.fm/capitalcommunitychurch Support the show

Elevate Construction
Ep.691 - The Apology!

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 10:45


In this podcast we cover: How a leader can turn a culture around. The speech s/he would give when beginning this turn-around. Why your vision is too important to tolerate bad behavior. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

School Culture By Design
Episode #102: Culture of Trust - Guest Dr. Robert McBride

School Culture By Design

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 37:38


Guest Dr. Robert McBride, Superintendent of Lockport Township High School District 205, shares three ways leaders can build trust. Hear his examples of scheduling time to be present and available, being fully transparent, and teaching others to cultivate a culture of trust. Plus, try the “Fun Facts” activity by asking someone, “What is one fun fact about you?” to build a connection!  

The Hollow Bunny Leadership Podcast
10. BeaverTails & Maple Leafs

The Hollow Bunny Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022


Michelle Davey is the Deputy Chief of the Delta Police Department in British Columbia, Canada, and she is the DPD's first female officer to be named to this rank. Before joining the Delta Police, Deputy Chief Davey was a Superintendent with the Vancouver Police Department, overseeing Investigative Support Services. In her 24-year career with the VPD, she worked in operations, investigations and administration, holding a variety of leadership roles. During her time with VPD, she became a recognized subject matter expert in mental health issues, building innovative partnerships to help ensure those experiencing mental health challenges were not criminalized. Deputy Chief Davey has a strong background in administration, with several accomplishments including overseeing the development of the 2017-2021 VPD Strategic Plan, initiating a new Cybercrime Unit and acting as a Discipline Authority in Police Act matters. She played a key role facilitating the creation of the BC Women in Law Enforcement Association, and is a passionate supporter of the Cops for Cancer program. She works at a national level on matters of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Canadian policing, promoting diversity at all ranks. Deputy Chief Davey has a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of the Fraser Valley. She is an accredited Gold Commander for public order incidents, and is a sought-after speaker on a range of public safety topics.

Trending Peoria Presented by Peoria Unified School District

What is currently trending in Peoria Unified? Giving thanks! This time of year, it is so easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle at the start of the holiday season and lose sight of why this time with family is so important. Today I am joined by our Superintendent, his cabinet, and district staff to learn about how they celebrate this time of year and what they are most thankful for. From the entire Peoria Unified family to yours, we wish you a happy Thanksgiving!

The Lost Ogle Show
86. Joyous Ogle - Joy Hofmeister Returns!

The Lost Ogle Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 46:42


In today's bittersweet but hopeful episode of The Lost Ogle Show, Patrick is joined once again current Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Education and former denier of her intentions to run for Governor, Joy Hofmeister. Ms. Hofmiester and Mr. Riley discuss the former's ill-fated run for the Oklahoma Executive branch, what she learned on her travels across the state, and what she enjoys about being a Democrat. Stay tuned to the end for Patrick's desperate pleadings with Joy that she reveal what she plans to do after her tenure as Superintendent ends. Will she reveal anything? Don't get your hopes up! Released 22 November  2022 Visit The Lost Ogle for more Great Content! Find Us Online! Patrick @TheLostOgle Randy @JoaquinQuinoa

The Color of Leadership w/ Dr. Anthony Rice
Dr. Charles Newman; Assistant Superintendent Student Programs & Services

The Color of Leadership w/ Dr. Anthony Rice

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 45:36


Host: Dr. Anthony Rice Co-Host: Dr. Angelique Butler Guest: Dr. Charles Newman; Assistant superintendent Student Program & Services Riverside County Office of Education Produced by @OnairwithQ

Elevate Construction
Ep.690 - The Art of War Reflections - Chapter 5 - Use of Energy

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 10:39


In this podcast we cover: The energy of the army. How to organize units to maintain energy. Working as one force. The five keys to arrangement. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

The Joe Piscopo Show
7 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 11-18-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 53:11


David Bossie, Former Deputy Campaign Manager for Trump 2016, New York Times best-selling author, Chair of the RNC's Temporary Presidential Debates Committee, and President of Citizens United Dr. Edwin Quezada, Superintendent of Yonkers Public SchoolsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Arizona's Morning News
Tom Horne, new Superintendent of Public Instruction

Arizona's Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 5:42 Transcription Available


Tom Horne, who held the office from 2003 to 2011, will take up state oversight on education in January. Jim Sharpe and Jayme West ask him for insight on what to expect from his term. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

K12 Tech Talk
Episode 98 - Interview with Tom Ryan and Lenny Schad

K12 Tech Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 58:00


TELL ME I HAVE AN UGLY BABY!!! This is the second episode in our three part series about enhancing school district cybersecurity posture. Last week we spoke with Scott Elder, the Superintendent of Albuquerque Public Schools about their ransomware attack. This week we speak with Tom Ryan and Lenny Schad. Tom is the former CIO of Albuquerque Public Schools, current CoSN board member, and member of the Council of Great City Schools. Lenny is the former CIO of Katy (TX) ISD, the former CIO of Houston (TX) ISD, and a former CoSN board member. They both help us understand what we can do to make cyber security the responsibility of the entire school district, not just the responsibility of the IT Department. OH, AND TELL ME I HAVE AN UGLY BABY!!! Hang out with us at K12TechPro.com Buy our merch!!! Visit our sponsors: Managed Methods ManagedMethods/EdWeek Research Center K-12 cybersecurity & safety survey white paper download: https://hubs.ly/Q01nRG5l0 SomethingCool.com - Cybersecurity Solutions Provision Data Solutions Extreme Networks - dmayer@extremenetworks.com Jefferson College's success with Extreme Networks Oh, and... Email us at k12techtalk@gmail.com Tweet us @k12techtalkpod Visit our LinkedIn page HERE

AJC
11/18/22: Clayton County Schools Superintendent leaving district...and more news

AJC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 4:19


Clayton County Schools Superintendent leaving district; Black residents of Trilith sue studio, development for discrimination; U.S. House approves renaming Decatur veterans facilities; Atlanta mayor names permanent Transportation Department commissioner

Last Night At School Committee
Ep. 74, Last Night @ School Committee: 11/16 Meeting Recap

Last Night At School Committee

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 28:48


Last night's meeting began with the Superintendent's Report, the majority of which focused on transportation. The Superintendent reported that on-time arrivals for morning buses increased to 89% in November, up from 88% the previous month. School Committee members asked questions about how many students are actually impacted by these delays and how students are being tracked, and district leaders were unable to provide this information. There were two reports presented to the School Committee. The first was a report on special education in the district, which was given by the Council of Great City Schools in response to a requirement in the State-mandated improvement plan. The report echoed prior reports on this issue and underlined significant gaps in the success of special education students in BPS. School Committee members highlighted the need to address these issues immediately and discussed moving toward fully-inclusive schools, but the report did not include goals, targets, or timelines for addressing these much-needed reforms. The last report of the evening was an update on the collective bargaining agreements with the cafeteria workers and bus monitors unions, which featured increased pay and other clauses aimed at driving interest in these key positions that still face hundreds of vacancies. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Elevate Construction
Ep.688 - The Art of War Reflections - Chapter 4 - Tactical Dispositions

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 13:03


In this podcast we cover: Control what you can. Prevent risks before going to war, and optimize your opportunities. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Elevate Construction
Ep.689 - How to Run a Trade Partner Meeting

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 22:01


In this podcast we cover: How to run a trade partner meeting. How to prepare. The key components of good meetings. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Elevate Construction
Ep.686 - The Art of War Reflections - Chapter 2 - Waging War

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 16:49


In this podcast we cover: Caring for the needs of your army. Ensuring your army is not overburdened. Preventing perceived injustices among the soldiers. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Blethered
Detective Superintendent Fil Capaldi

Blethered

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 51:16


Fil is part of the Specialist Crime Division of Police Scotland, focusing on Rape, Human Trafficking & prostitution, with decades of experience across the board. Fil talks about human trafficking and forced prostitution in Scotland, how it's happening across the country and the steps Police Scotland take to stop it at its root…  There's some tales of policing on the streets of Glasgow, including a machete-swinging individual on one side, and an irate Glaswegian woman on the other…  And we chat about Police Scotland's Don't Be That Guy ad campaign. You can find more information on the campaign at www.that-guy.co.uk. Contact: seanmcdonald.podcast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/seanmcdonald01

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
Tom Horne, AZ GOP candidate for Arizona State Superintendent of Public Instruction discusses the issues that need to be removed from our schools and the issues that need to be reinforced for the future.

The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 5:33


Our schools need to get back to the basics and Tom Horne wants to take Arizona to where it needs to be.

The Epstein Chronicles
The Delphi Murders: Superintendent Doug Carter Comments On Recent Leaks In The Case (11/16/22)

The Epstein Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 12:46


Recently we heard from a police source that the search performed on the Wabash river was connected to the Delphi Murders. According to that source, the police were searching for several different items that could be related to the murder. In todays episode, we hear from superintendent Carter who rips the source of the leaks and gives an update about the case. (commercial at 7:32)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://wibc.com/142194/a-complex-case-isp-superintendent-doug-carter-talks-richard-allen-kegan-kline-police-sources-what-you-should-be-allowed-to-know/

Beyond The Horizon
The Delphi Murders: Superintendent Doug Carter Comments On Recent Leaks In The Case (11/16/22)

Beyond The Horizon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 12:46


Recently we heard from a police source that the search performed on the Wabash river was connected to the Delphi Murders. According to that source, the police were searching for several different items that could be related to the murder. In todays episode, we hear from superintendent Carter who rips the source of the leaks and gives an update about the case. (commercial at 7:32)to contact me:bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://wibc.com/142194/a-complex-case-isp-superintendent-doug-carter-talks-richard-allen-kegan-kline-police-sources-what-you-should-be-allowed-to-know/

Chicks on the Right Podcast
Hammer joins to recap his interview with ISP Superintendent Doug Carter on the Delphi case

Chicks on the Right Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 11:30


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Elevate Construction
Ep.687 - The Art of War Reflections - Chapter 3 - Attack by Strategy

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 20:33


In this podcast we cover: How to attack the enemy. How to separate the enemy from its allies. When to attack. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Inside SFPS
Episode 16: Inclement Weather Protocols (feat. Superintendent Hilario “Larry” Chavez)

Inside SFPS

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 20:54


On this episode of Inside SFPS, Superintendent Hilario "Larry" Chavez describes the many ways to find out about school delays, closures, and general information for inclement weather as it pertains to Santa Fe Public Schools for students, parents, and staff.Thank you for listening!WebsiteFacebookTwitterInstagram

EquippingU Podcast
Tom Flanders on the Ministry of District Superintendent - Season 8 Episode 6

EquippingU Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 42:46


Tom Flanders, Former District Superintendent of Alliance New England and current District Superintendent of Alliance Southeast in Florida, joins Terry and Alan for a thoughtful conversation about shepherding and leading Alliance workers as a DS. Tom's wisdom, care and intentionality shine through with practical insights for ministry in any setting.

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast
ISP Superintendent Doug Carter

Hammer + Nigel Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 17:16


ISP Superintendent Doug Carter joins Hammer & Nigel in-studio to talk about the Delphi murders and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families
#639 Online Sextortion With Detective Superintendent Jayne Crossling

Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 29:07


*Content warning - Parental disgression advised* Topics discussed in this episode: ACCCE with the AFP How is ACCCE different to the eSafety Commissioner? How often is online sexual extortion happening? What does it generally look like? Are there any particular platforms that are worse than others? Why are parents disengaged from their child's online activity? How to prevent this from happening? What to do once it has happened? Avoid blame Seek professional help Do not pay the scammers Response kit Online child sexual exploitation (including sexual extortion) can be reported to the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE) www.accce.gov.au/report (Reports to the ACCCE are managed by specialist police in child protection, who are experienced in working with victims of online child sexual exploitation.)   Online blackmail and sexual extortion response kit (attached), available here: https://www.thinkuknow.org.au/sites/default/files/2022-06/Online%20blackmail%20and%20sexual%20extortion%20response%20kit.pdf (Includes information about how to manage sexual extortion, what to look out for, how to get help)   The AFP led education program, ThinkUKnow, has resources for parents, carers and educators to prevent online child sexual exploitation www.thinkuknow.org.au A video from US organisation THORN that may be of interest - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9yQ3fdttbUk Find us on Facebook at Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families Email us your questions and comments at podcasts@happyfamilies.com.au

OBBM Network
RISD Superintendent Tabitha Branum - Euan, Me, & The ISD Podcast

OBBM Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 27:36


Host and educator Euan Blackman sits down with Richardson Independent School District Superintendent Tabitha Branum to discuss her vision for students and faculty. Discover her background, and learn how she views her role in the district and community. Euan, Me, & The  ISD Podcast is brought to you by:Wellness Institute, Call 469-939-8933OBBM Network Brands, 214-714-0495Junkluggers of Irving, Denton, and Grapevine, 630-470-8307Move Freely AmericaIvorChester.comTeachers across Texas can now enjoy belonging to a conservative teachers association that offers insurance and support through Innovative Teachers of Texas. Call 214-901-5013 today to learn more. Support the show

The KGEZ Good Morning Show
Kalispell Schools' Superintendent Micah Hill 11-14-22

The KGEZ Good Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 19:37


Kalispell Schools' Superintendent Micah Hill connected with John Hendricks and Robin Mitchell during the KGEZ Good Morning Show Glacier Bank Community Conversation on Monday, November 14th, 2022 to remark on school closures, enrollment and school safety.

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers
SARGE!-Debra DiMaggio

True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 42:31


“SARGE!” is a fascinating memoir by the late Chicago Police Detective Sergeant John A. DiMaggio, one of the most decorated officers on the force during a career that spanned the years 1957 to 1991. Among his awards are two Superintendent's Awards of Valor, Mayor Richard J. Daley's Praiseworthy Acknowledgment Plaque for Exceptional Act of Bravery Involving Risk of Life, a Presidential Citation of Appreciation, the Illinois Police Association Award of Valor, and many more.Upon his retirement in 1991, DiMaggio wrote a fascinating account of his work as a cop. The manuscript languished among his personal effects until after his death in 2008, after which his family decided to resurrect it, spruce it up, and submit it for publication. It turns out that he was an excellent word craftsman and storyteller; in fact, he was no stranger to writing—for many years he wrote the “Ask Sarge” column for the Mystery Writers of America Midwest Chapter newsletter.Told in a conversational, “regular guy” voice in episodic fashion, “SARGE!” reveals to the reader what it was really like to be a cop. The manuscript in many ways takes the form of a prose treatment of a weekly television police drama. A large selection of PHOTOS is included.DiMaggio takes the reader back to the decades such as the turbulent 1960s, when the police department was making a painful transition from “old school” to modernization. The author describes firsthand the legendary riots that occurred in Chicago after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. He illustrates the integration of minorities into the department and how that played out. He also goes into famous cases of corruption and the politics of navigating such a large department. One of the “set pieces” of the book is the story of how DiMaggio, as part of the “Three Musketeers”—a trio that included two detectives who were close friends—investigated a series of terrifying slasher attacks on women that occurred in the city in the mid-70s. The case became one of the police department's most memorable. Among the other cases detailed in the book include how DiMaggio found himself entering the home of a crazed young man holding hostages with a shotgun; the investigation of the discovery of a headless corpse; the take-down of the Chicago “Mad Bomber”; how an anonymous audio tape provided clues to the identities of armed robbers; and the manhunt for a cop killer. SARGE: Cases of a Chicago Police Detective Sergeant in the 1960s, '70s, and '80s-Debra DiMaggio

Elevate Construction
Ep.685 - Don't Let the Demons Talk!

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 28:05


In this podcast we cover: Why we must overcommuncate and tell the truth. Why we must be enabled to take care of people over policy. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Charlotte Talks
Local News Roundup: Local election recap, CMS interim superintendent to step down, price tag for proposed Charlotte transportation center

Charlotte Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 49:35


Interim Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Hugh Hattabaugh will leave the job early. Voters flip the CMS school board. We also highlight the winners and losers in Tuesday's election and see how the Panthers' decision to start P.J. Walker as QB Thursday turned out.

Elevate Construction
Ep.684 - Wounded Animals Bite

Elevate Construction

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 13:23


In this podcast we cover: Why wounded people hurt others. How you can respond if someone shows up this way with you. Why you must still be vulnerable as a leader. If you like the Elevate Construction podcast, please subscribe for free and you'll never miss an episode.  And if you really like the Elevate Construction podcast, I'd appreciate you telling a friend (Maybe even two 

Fore Play
World Wars Are Bad & Mars Had Oceans

Fore Play

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 110:54


A few more slices of perspective pie on today's show. World Wars are bad, and we applaud and thank our servicemen and women. And recognize those who have provided us the opportunity to live in our comfortable bubble. Scientists discover a billions-year-old ocean on Mars. Patrick Reed is suing journalists for hundreds of millions. Tiger's “Frank” head covers have a great backstory. Superintendents, club pros, and caddies earn much discussion, and a new championship emerges.You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/foreplaypod