What are the things you value about yourself, your work, and Cecil Floyd?
My response follows:
Now that new schools have been built and have taken much of the flagship status away from Cecil Floyd, we could either sit back and enjoy being in the shadows, or we could stretch forward and regain our status – not just perceived, but real – in the community. That’s how much I value our school: so much that I want it to be all that it can be, that it stand out as outstanding. I desire that Cecil Floyd be unique, creative, and attractive to patrons. I want our school to be the one people seek for their children. I want us to realize that we don’t have to be like the others, act like the others, and follow the others, but that we become creative, innovative, and independent, that we become our dreams, that we become and maintain a model school community that others envy.