Tim Vincent, principal of Clinton Rosette Middle School, said what’s surprised him most over the past year is how the great things happening in the school never stopped, in spite of negative things that might have been occurring.
“I’m mostly proud of the district in the way that we responded to that collectively,” Vincent said. “With all of the drama that was going on, students were still getting a first-class education.”
He said that although the state political pressure facing all school districts is immense, any problem of trust within the district will come along in time.
“As a principal, something that has been and will always be one of my core values is being very involving and collaborating with all stakeholders and families,” Vincent said. “I feel like within Clinton Rosette and at every building, there’s been transparency and collaboration, and I will not stop looking at ways to be transparent with the community.”