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From the Podcast: Authentic Leadership—Meet your community where they are

Stack of hands showing teamwork

October 3, 2019

Tom Bailey of Washington Court House City Schools and Carole Dorn-Bell discuss authentic leadership

In this episode, host Carole Dorn-Bell is joined by Tom Bailey, Superintendent of Washington Court House City Schools in Ohio. Tom is a repeat guest who brings incredible energy, creativity and care to what he does in his school district and community.

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From the Podcast: Healthy, Local Foods Students Will Eat

Fresh tomatoes locally grown

July 2, 2019

Jay Clark and Brianna Reinhard chat with host Carole Dorn-Bell about getting students excited about healthy, local foods

Summer is a great time to talk about healthy, local foods and some incredible things are underway at the Van Buren Schools in northwest Ohio. The district has started to overhaul their food service program with no playbook to work from, and they join the podcast to share some advice for schools who are looking to implement a similar program.

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From the Podcast: The Big Blue Bus

The Washington Court House team in front of The Big Blue Bus

June 10, 2019

Superintendent Tom Bailey chats about the success they’ve seen with the Big Blue Bus

In this episode, host Carole Dorn-Bell is joined by Tom Bailey, Superintendent of Washington Court House City Schools. They discuss the Big Blue Bus, a solution that his school district came up with as a way to meet three goals to serve students over the summer: to feed every child, to provide enrichment and to continue to build relationships.

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