National Principal’s Day is celebrated on May 1st. This day is designated to recognize all of the hard work our school principal’s do in leading staff and students in their schools to have successful educations in a safe and secure environment.
The School Principal wears many hats throughout their normal school day. With a positive attitude to bring to the table a principal is the leader of the school. They lead the teachers, students, and staff members, parents, and community members with a clear vision and profound enthusiasm.
A large part of a principal’s job is school discipline, teacher evaluations, school budgets, hiring of teachers, reviews and implementation of police and procedures for staff and students.
If you believe the school principal in your community is doing a good job in their key roles let them know on May 1st and thank them for being such an essential part of our Lake County communities!
Meet some Local Lake County Principals at the Cook Memorial District Library Principals Read Series. The series features local principals reading some of their favorite stories in a family storytime setting.
April 30 6:45 -7:30 p.m.
Cook Park Library, 413 South Milwaukee Ave. Libertyville
Mrs. Kehoe and Mr. Elbert of Butterfield School