As an opportunity to celebrate Black History month, two administrators in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools, Brush High Principal Kenya Harrington and Greenview’s Reginald Holland, have been recently featured in an article written to showcase their respective impact on students. You can read that article by clicking here. The article declares, “it's encouraging to know positive influences exist in local communities. In fact, they're regular, everyday citizens who care about kids and their education.” Inside the article, both Mr. Harrington and Mr. Holland summarize their respective backgrounds and what motivates them about being in their positions. Where Mr. Harrington cites the fact that learning is about more than just academics and deploys his vision and philosophies for education and leadership, Mr. Holland pays tribute to his father, a principal himself, and also explains the importance of ‘the student voice.’
The South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools is very proud of these administrators, as well as the other building leaders throughout the district. Congratulations on the positive story!