Principal attends leadership institute |

Principal attends leadership institute

Daily Press staff

Moffat County High School Principal Jane Krogman attended the sixth annual Summer Leadership Institute of The Principals’ Partnership this week.

The partnership program was created by Union Pacific to support public high school principals in communities served by the nation’s largest railroad.

During the three-day institute, Krogman received professional development on topics such as school safety, closing the achievement gap, diversity, literacy and motivating underachieving students.

“Principals are the leaders in high schools, and our nation needs the most effective high schools possible to compete in an increasingly complex society,” said Bob Turner, Union Pacific Foundation president and senior vice president for corporate relations. “Principals deserve not only the best professional development, but also recognition for their important work.”

The Principals’ Partnership supports a network of 1,000 public high school principals in 21 states. Professional development opportunities, including the Summer Leadership Institute conference, are offered throughout the year. There is no cost to principals or school districts for partnership activities.

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