Motivating Your School on Mondays with Mark French

Dr. Mark French is a principal who is redefining the role. Not only is the book he co-authored “Principals in Action: Redefining the Role” but he lives it every day on the playground, in the lunchroom, and everywhere around his campus. Today he talks about how he starts strong on Mondays inspiring and encouraging his campus to be the greatest version of themselves.

motivate people on modays

motivate people on modays

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Mark French – Bio As submitted

Mark French (1)Mark French is a veteran educator with 38 years experience, 23 as an elementary school principal. Some of Mark’s accomplishments include serving as President of the Minnesota Elementary School Principals Association, being named Minnesota’s 2015 National Distinguished Principal and coauthoring the book, Principals in Action: Redefining the Role.

Blog: www.PrincipalFrench.com

Twitter: @PrincipalFrench

 

 

 

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