Hello PRM Community,
This week’s video message is very brief, but powerful and timed perfectly. As Denzel Washington notes, you must have commitment to start, and consistency to finish…but it is not easy! As dedicated, passionate educators and caregivers – we have the commitment and we strive to be consistent, but we will have obstacles, frustrations, mis-communications and those times where we feel incredibly overwhelmed. It is during those times that we must remember, as Denzel Washington states, “Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship.” We must assume good intentions, come together to problem-solve and push forward for progress. Please take just a couple of minutes to watch this week’s video – he says it much more eloquently than I do!
We have had an amazing start to the school year – and with your support we have celebrated our school community with events like Open House, Hands Around the School and our Spaghetti Dinner and Fall Festival. As we settle into the school year, we want to push our sleeves up, keep that momentum going and recognize that “Ease is a greater threat to progress than hardship.” At the Monthly PRM Summit on Wednesday, November 1st, we will have the opportunity to hear briefly from our new superintendent Laura Mitchell. This opportunity, in itself, is very exciting! But…I am asking you to join us on this night for another reason. We will be collecting feedback that night on what matters most to you and what you would like to work on together as a school community at our monthly PRM Summit General Assembly portions of the evening. For example, is testing information something that you want to hear more about? Would you like to talk about the community traffic concerns? Enrollment and spacing? This is an opportunity for you to let us know what you would like highlighted in each of the General Assembly meetings so that we are working together to continue to propel PRM to be the premier neighborhood Montessori School in the nation!
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