Building this kind of relationship
requires mutual trust, which comes
from being open and honest at all times.
“Be open and honest about your data,”
Gri;n advises. “Bring some examples to
the table about what you’re proud of and
what needs work. Early on, I was deeply
concerned that we had so many students
who were in need of remediation. I discovered that data point, and I brought it to Dr.
Keeping the lines of communication
open also is critical. Seminole State and
the Seminole County Public Schools share
two common board members, which helps
with “alignment of vision,” Gri;n says.