Where to start with School Culture – Guest Dr. Angela Huff

Join Phil Boyte and his guest Dr. Angela Huff as they talk about where you start when it comes to building great culture on a campus. During this podcast, Angela shares simple things like how important it is to listen before making changes, why she was always at the carpool drop off each morning and how sharing her own weaknesses helped build trust within your staff. Listen in to hear some simple, but fantastic ideas you could start implementing this week.

 

A little about Angela:

Throughout her career, Angela Huff has been a teacher, principal, administrator, area assistant superintendent, and then spent her last four years as the Chief of Staff for the Cobb County School District a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia.

 

During her career, Angela was chosen as the Georgia PTA Outstanding Principal of the Year and was also a contributing author for the book, 365 Meditations for Teachers by Teachers.  One of her biggest goals was to build her schools around a strong foundation of trust and working on solid relationships with her staff, students, and parents in the community.

 

In May 2016, Angela retired from an outstanding thirty two year career from the State of Georgia and moved to Brentwood, Tennessee to assist family members. A few months after moving, Angela began working for the Williamson County School District and is currently the Special Projects Manager.  

 

At home, Angela is the wife of Barry and has three children Meagan, Lauren, and Evan. She relishes the moments that she can spend with her family and friends, and enjoys reading, exercising, and taking a relaxing, leisurely ride with her husband on his Harley Davidson motorcycle.  

 

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