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October is National Principals Month



October has been designated as National Principals Month to recognize the essential role principals play in making a school great. The Baldwin County School District is fortunate to have an amazing group of principals leading our schools. These outstanding leaders show a true commitment to leading our young people to a prosperous future. They support and guide our teachers and staff, resulting in productive learning environments for our students. Whether they lead an early learning, elementary, middle, or high school, our principals are visionaries who lead us in providing the best possible education to future generations—and when a global pandemic turned education on its head, they rose to the occasion.


Many of our students see their principals as role models, and our school leaders have set great examples for children to follow. They are team leaders, coaches, counselors, collaborators, cheerleaders, and so much more, all in one. Our principals know that when good school leaders excel, their actions can change the lives of students, staff, and an entire community. Thank you to each of our principals for their leadership and for going the extra mile for our students! We appreciate you!


In observance of National Principals Month, we will highlight the phenomenal principals in our school district throughout the month of October. Join us in celebrating their dedication and commitment to our students by letting them know how much you appreciate them.



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