Homewood Magazine

2015

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36 H o m e w o o d M a g a z i n e 2 0 1 5 H everything is fl exible and moveable. We can open for community events and multi-use functions. We have room to grow. HM: What are you most proud of during your tenure? BC: I am most proud of our students and faculty who continue to achieve at a very high level despite outside challenges. I am proud that we always keep our mission in mind of educating and empowering each student to their unique potential. HM: What are the system's biggest challenges? BC: The biggest challenge is fi guring out how to address our strategic I am proud that we always keep our mission in mind of educating and empowering each student to their unique potential. ~C L E V E L A N D plans with reduced state funding and a population that is experiencing unprecedented growth. We have to fi gure out how to address that growth in the most effective ways. HM: How is the system different than when you were a student in Homewood? BC: We've grown! My graduating class of 1985 was 190; the class of 2015 is 241. My experience in Homewood was fantastic. I got into teaching because of the teachers and administrators who mentored me. They loved what they did, and they made students feel special. That's still here today. We have teachers and administrators who truly care about these students. And the relationship between the schools and the community—the community buy in is immeasurable! Homewood High School

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