High School Principal's Page
October 2, 2017
Win the Day!
You win the day when you stay ahead of negative thoughts and balance your inner perspective. It's hard to be great when you are in a negative mindset. Be aware of your inner dialog knowing it's the most important dialog you'll have all day.
February 2, 2017
Are you giving your best today?
Students, if you don’t give your best now when will you do it? Waiting, picking and choosing times to really work hard means that you never learn the value of consitently giving your best. The problem with that is when you need to dig down and really make a supreme effort you don’t know how and your not that good at it because you do it so sparingly. Make it a point to give your best, and move on.
It takes discipline and mental toughness to give a supreme effort consistently. It separates the good from the great.
Be great today
November 29, 2016
You choose your attitude
Students, bad attitudes, anger, pessimism are like a disease. They poison not only our thoughts but they hurt our health and self-outlook. The good news is you can control these things with mental focus and practice. If you are around folks that have bad attitudes, make excuses and are negative, you will likely adopt some of their attitudes. Sometimes we have to find new friends who are better for us in the long run. It takes courage, but it’s worthwhile. You don’t have to tolerate mediocrity because that’s what negative thinking will get you.
November 10, 2016
Be engaged and uplifting
Do you know that we all can be really good every day at all the things that don't take talent. Things like being friendly, generous, and uplifting to to others. Your presence in a space can have 1 of 3 effects. You can sit there and quietly blend in not harming or really helping, you can detract from the environment by being negative or disruptive, or you can add to it by being uplifting and engaged. I can tell you that the day goes by faster and smoother when you are engaged and uplifted and it’s a lot more fun. Try it today---being a lifter, not a hater.