Greetings, amazing CU Denver principal licensure students!
Before we send you some logistical emails, we just wanted to reiterate how proud of yourselves you should be.
The past year has been awful, and yet you have survived every terrible day, every difficult thing, every horrible circumstance, and every horrendous heartbreak and loss.
You’ve adapted. You’ve fought through adversity. You’ve served as caring educators, nurturing family members, supportive friends, and local leaders. You’ve given even when you thought you had no more to give.
All of us recognize that the pandemic has negatively impacted our collective visions for this principal licensure cohort. As your instructors, we will be the first to admit that we have been learning through this too. We’ve made some decisions along the way that we’d do differently next time, and we will continue to try and refine what we’re doing in order to best serve you. Thank you for your continued willingness to give us feedback. It helps us make things better.
We are ONE SEMESTER from being done. In May you’ll have your graduate degree and be done with classes. Together, we’ve got this.
Thank you for all that you do to nurture our cohort community. We hope that you had a chance to rest and recover a little bit over the winter break. We are looking forward to an awesome four months of learning with you this spring.
With gratitude for every one of you,
The Leadership for Educational Organizations (LEO) Faculty