Support, Survive & Thrive: RPS 205 Staff Present at International Conference
Last month I had the opportunity to speak at the Parents as Teachers International Conference in Denver, Colorado. A group of RPS 205 parent educators – Gina Beaver, Rea Jones and Kathy Comella – joined me to attest to the work and the challenges of being a home visitor. We also shared what leadership looks like in the RPS 205 Prevention Initiative Program, which supports families and children in becoming kindergarten ready.
The experience gave a new perspective on the connection we have as a team, how we support each other through teamwork, how we strive to improve and thrive through challenges, and how leadership supports the team through every step of the journey.
This was a humbling experience. I appreciate the opportunity to share the great work my team has done over the last two years during the pandemic and how we continue to support families and each other.
Nichole Giovanni has been an Early Childhood Administrator at Rockford Public Schools for five years. Nichole has a master’s degree in counseling, a master’s degree in principal preparation and a bachelor’s degree in social work with a minor in business management.
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