Turn the Ship Around

This is the fourth post in a four-part series around our Sticky Core Values. This blog is co-written by Jordan Greene, currently a Taylor Mill Leader and 5th grade teacher, Holly Roth, currently a Taylor Mill Leader and special education teacher, Kelly Savicki currently a Taylor Mill Leader and Counselor, and Melody Stacy, currently a Taylor Mill Leader and Principal at Taylor Mill Elementary. INSPIRE The USS … Continue reading Turn the Ship Around

Just Like Roosevelt

This is the third post in a four-part series around our Sticky Core Values. This blog is co-written by Katelyn Callahan, currently a Taylor Mill Leader and 4th grade teacher, Brittany Starnes, currently a Taylor Mill Leader and 1st grade teacher, Jan Kane, currently a Taylor Mill Leader and Music teacher, Natasha Greis, currently a Taylor Mill Leader and 1st grade teacher. INSPIRE In the opening … Continue reading Just Like Roosevelt

Mind in Boat

This post is second in a four-part series around our Sticky Core Values. This blog is co-written by Jordan Greene, currently a Taylor Mill Leader and 5th grade teacher, Kim Laughlin currently Assistant Principal and Taylor Mill Leader, and Melody Stacy, currently Believer-in-Chief at Taylor Mill Elementary. INSPIRE In the 1930’s, during the height of the depression, the University of Washington put together a rowing … Continue reading Mind in Boat

The Genius of AND

This is the first post in a four-part series around our Sticky Core Values. This blog is co-written by Blair Hicks, currently a 5th grade Taylor Mill Leader, Erik Larson, currently a 3rd grade Taylor Mill Leader, Kelly Savicki, currently a Counselor and Taylor Mill Leader, and Melody Stacy, currently Believer-in-Chief at Taylor Mill Elementary. INSPIRE Are you ready for a pop quiz? Yes? Ok, … Continue reading The Genius of AND

Don’t Forget the Fiction!

Elementary school teachers all across the United States are facing a major problem: a time shortage.  It seems like every year teachers are asked to cram more and more content into the school day. With more reading, math, and writing requirements being squeezed in, other important subjects such as science and social studies often fall to the wayside.  Most schools argue that reading and writing … Continue reading Don’t Forget the Fiction!