Servite Domino in laetitia! (Serve the Lord joyfully!)
My name is Jason Borkowski and I am the Principal at Cloverdale Catholic School in Surrey, BC.
I am a father of seven and have been married for 15 years. I love my family, my church, and my job and pretty much consider myself the luckiest man alive.
I decided to start blogging mostly to give parents at my school some insight into what is going on in my brain, but hopefully other educators and other parents will find something worth reading.
Follow me on Twitter @jason_borkowski
The trust threshold is the point at which one’s trust in another is greater than their skepticism and a person lets go of doubts and fears and is willing to work together despite challenges and setbacks.
Communications from the school to home have never been more frequent, but sometimes things feel “less connected” somehow.
Just as the apple in the story of Adam and Eve truly gave knowledge of good and evil, social media does indeed give knowledge to our kids.
This year I am planning a series of blogs on “stuff people have probably wondered but never asked” in education. The first question may seem like a rather mundane subject, but it actually really impacts the lives of students and their families; how is a school calendar determined?
Today I want to talk to you about something most of you don’t know or at least forget too often: your worth. You are far more valuable than you give yourself credit for.