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  1. miffyjf

    George, I'm sure that FGS is sad to see you go. You have been an inspiration to me on the other side of the world (I'm a teacher-librarian in Australia), but I know from your posts that you have had a huge impact on FGS. I feel sorry for the next principal – I hope they have big feet! Good luck in your new job – I hope you keep on posting your stories of school life – big and small. Cheers!

  2. Craig

    Good luck George, I am a Canadian Citizen teaching at an International School in Japan. I have loved reading your blog and have been inspired by many of your posts. I hope you continue to blog in your new role.

  3. Hatcherelli

    George, an amazing post! You are an incredible school leader who cares about his students and community. You will never stop touching the lives of others…it's just the kind of guy that you are. You will be as awesome in your new role as you were at FGS.

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  8. Tom Whitford

    I had this experience as well recently George and I love how well you articulated those feelings and events here. Event #2 struck home with me as I have noticed and reacted the same way with some of my students, and then noticed a teacher see a student enter the building tardy, and she could do was remind them that they were late, that they now had things to catch up on compared to their peers and then gave them a downward look as they pointed to the music classroom and said, "your music teacher is probably wondering where you are." Sad the way we can start the day when aren't thinking of how we could positively start their day, instead of trying to teach them a responsibility lesson.

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