Great teachers make great schools. They are the ones who work tirelessly to help students learn, grow, and achieve, the ones who make sure parents are satisfied with their children’s learning experience, the ones who never give up. But what role do great leaders play? Quite simply, they create the conditions that foster and nourish a school full of great teachers. Join us in recognizing a few great leaders from our local school districts.


What great school leaders, like Principals Woodward and Thorpe and Assistant Principal Penrose, do to support teachers influences the way teachers connect with their students. Working together, great leaders and great teachers help students learn that they have purpose, can do worthwhile work, and make a difference in the lives of others and the world we live in.



Learn more about Molino Park Elementary School led by Principal Alice Woodward. Picture Cite: School Website.

Learn more about Bellview Middle School led by Principal Melia Adams and Assistant Principal Janet Penrose. Picture Cite: School Website.

Learn more about Milton High School led by Principal Michael Thorpe. Picture Cite: Advertisement in Pensacola News Journal (p. 12A; August 17, 2014).

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Filed under: How to Lead…, Our Partners, Who’s Engaged? Tagged: ECSD, Escambia County School District, Great Leaders, How to Lead, Santa Rosa County School District, SRCSD

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