12.06.18: Here’s what’s missing
IN LAST WEEK’S HINT, we looked at an interview (top) with your new superintendent of schools. As I mentioned then: “…it’s well written and it takes a closer and more personal look at her: her upbringing, her likes and dislikes, details on her family, lots of quotes about your schools and her hopes for moving them forward and fixing problems. It’s an excellent interview.”
But I won’t let you run it. And I asked you why.
Yay, you guys! You got it!
You understand that the package isn’t ready until there’s a photo of the superintendent as part of it. A photo is a must!
Here’s a comment from Don Foy:
“Bring me a picture of the new superintendent. At least a mugshot. Or even a boring shot of her at her desk. But I would prefer one with her interacting with students. Not a lineup. Really talking to them.”
Whether it’s just a mg shot, a static photo or one where the new superintendent is interacting with students, a photo is a must.
If there’s no photo, we hold the interview until we get one. That simple.