A young friend recently died. How he passed and when he passed and why he passed doesn’t really matter. Those are details that are meant for his family and friends. It is a story we selectively tell.

Joe and I attended a memorial service for him, a circle reminiscent of…

On March 19, 1995, Michael Jordan returned to the NBA after a 17 month retirement phase, wearing the number 45. So many wanted Jordan to return to basketball. Many wondered if he would. Number 45.

May 10, 2021 marked the 45th day our beloved puppy, Kiki, was still missing. Over…

This is the thing about losing a puppy.

There are not enough years of memories that exist together. No plural holidays, no numerous costumes, no constant jokes about stealing food from the dining room table. Those just do not exist.

But there are some memories. Of using fingers and toes…

Today we say goodbye to a red oak tree (left), that at 100 to 150 years old is likely older than our school. This tree has watched over thousands of students, faculty, and staff during its life and contributed to the beauty and tranquility of the campus. …

“How are you?” A question simple, in nature, but one that of late, I struggle to answer.

Recently, I was invited to participate in a panel discussion around leadership and equity. The audience was filled with parents, students, and educators — some of whom I consider to be the ‘greats’…

Priscilla Morales

Educator, Diversity Practitioner, Latin American History Enthusiast, Wife + Mommy. She/Her/Ella. BLM.

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