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At 12:48pm on November 10, 2012, Sandra Trach said…

Hi Debra, Thanks for your message!  I was happy to hear about how you are seeking to provide aspiring principals continued support, which I agree is very important to their success!  I currently mentor aspiring and network online with practicing principals through Skype / Facetime to provide support and to soundboard issues of their choice.  As a current principal, I have mentored numerous candidates who have moved onto principalships. If this is of help to your mentees, you can go to: http://learningpartners1.wordpress.com/ to find a sign up for virtual mentoring.  You can also reach me at Learning.Partners.net@gmail.com. We can make a time from there!  Cheers & thanks for your support of principals! - Sandy

 
 
 

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