Just How Much do you Love your School?
The reason that I ask this is simple. Some love our schools to a point, and that point defines how much we are willing to take a stand for the people inside that school. If we like our school, then we are just fond of it. We respect the leaders and associates who we work with in a safe manner, but we may not go far enough to say that we love the school.
If We Love our Schools, Let's Stand Up for Them.
That means that while we know that not everything is perfect inside our school, we sacrifice for our school. We take a stand when others would remain silent. We acknowledge the fact that like every other organization, we don't always do everything right, but we also don't sit there while the critics on the sidelines use our shortcomings and mishaps as weapons to attack the school. We do this because we believe in the progress that we are making to educate all students.
The Bottom Line is This.
outside the school just how much they love what they do, the students they do it for, and the colleagues they do it with. #LoveMySchoolDay is our choice to take our stand, to raise our collective voice, and to join educators around the world who also love their schools in telling the real stories. Schools don't exist to merely teach kids; schools are designed to transform communities, states, and nations by shaping both the young and adult minds within them.
At the end of the day, when we actively demonstrate our love for our schools, schools have the potential and the needed support to instill faith, hope and love in all of our students, of which the greatest of these three is love. (1 Cor 13:13) I hope to see your story on April 11, and I look forward to inspiring the world with you as we unite to tell the world just how much we love our schools.