Sharon Bradley is an educational leader who serves as a school district administrator where she has helped shape the district’s approach to character development and truancy prevention for all students. Throughout her 22 years in education, she has served as director, alternative high school principal, assistant principal, dropout prevention program coordinator, special education teacher, and behavior specialist. In her current role, she supports programs such as: attendance, social-emotional learning, restorative practices, and parent education and engagement. Sharon has recently been recognized by Education-First "SEL in Action" and D CEO Magazine for her innovative efforts of leveraging SEL to help decrease chronic absenteeism. Sharon is the author of the reference guide "Chronic Absenteeism: Prevention and Intervention Strategies for Schools, Families and Communities".
Leading the celebration: Ending the year with excitement, accomplishment, and renewed energyThis webinar is publicly available in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month. This webinar focuses on educator wellness, maintaining motivation, and ending the school year as a celebration. Join us to learn tips, strategies, and great ideas for tending to your own well-being as well as that of those around […]