On this 109th edition of the Arlington-Prospect Advice Givers Podcast. Gordy Sisson Principal at John Hersey High School shares the vision for his great school, district 214, current students and future students who are are going to be a part of the rich tradition of Hersey Husky nation.
Gordy Sisson has been in the public education profession for 41 years. Beginning his career as a teacher he made the transition to become an administrator where he could have a more macro effect on the student body as a whole. In this compelling interview you will see that the student body is in great hands with this forward thinking educator.
“What makes Hersey High School so special is the students and faculties mindset of “Service over Self” attitude,” Gordy says. Gordy is proud of the work his school and kids do houseing the special needs kids of today. If you didn’t know Hersey provides the education for all special ed students in district 214.
As an educator Gordy has seen a lot. His vision, expertise, and work at Hersey will be felt for generations to come. If your child is a future Husky, Gordy and the faculty encourage you and your family to get involved with the school today.
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Ideas and Topics Discussed in This Episode:
Student Loan Debt “Crisis”
Gordy’s Advice For Future Educators
The Future Of Hersey High School and District 214
Our Children’s Education Starts With Our Students Parents
Curriculum And The Changes In Standardized Testing
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