ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP:
Student apathy can only be defeated with aggressive care, and the “Brick House” culture provides a clear path for building an infrastructure that pulls together proven educational practices under one roof. Brick House is not a “quick fix” that is here one day and gone the next. The presenter will lay the foundation for a culture in which schools rally around student success and improved learning.
MEET OUR SPEAKER: Danny Hill, Power of ICU
Danny Hill is a nationally respected authority on student apathy and school culture. He has taught science, economics, history, health, and coached football and basketball. He served four years as a high school assistant principal in charge of student management and curriculum. Danny was appointed principal of Southside, a large K-8 school, where he remained for twenty years. Under his leadership, Southside grew into a highly respected school that enjoyed a positive reputation with the faculty, students, parents and community.
Danny has presented to over a million educators across the United States and is also a motivational speaker, teacher, author, and educational consultant. He co-founded and is chief manager of Power of ICU. He and his wife and family live in Tennessee.
Registration: Contact Kyle Huffman, email@example.com
Teachers and administrators from other districts must get permission from the school to attend. Non-district attendance is limited to 15 people.