Starting With The Why
In 1914, Ernest Shackleton explained his ‘why’ in an advertisement that read:
“Men wanted for Hazardous journey. Small wages, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness,
constant danger, safe return doubtful. Honor and recognition in case of success.”
Shackleton’s first-ever Antarctic expedition in 1914 with 27 men failed.
They were ship-wrecked for 10-months on ice until they found help using their life boats.
All 27 survived.
In his book, Start With Why, Simon Sinek explains that
This was not luck, but great team fit.
Our mission is tirelessly seeking what is best for students' social, emotional, and intellectual development.
We seek to make a Lasting Impact on our students. You will discover that we are a closely knit family that is passionate about teaching, learning, and committed to supporting our community.
We Are In Search Of Teachers Who Are...
- Dedicated to the continual pursuit of determining what is best for students.
- Eager learners and active listeners
- Comfortable leaning into discomfort
- Flexible with their own perspective, their own teaching practice, and their own time
Sound Like A Good Fit?
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