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A panel on Building Your Responsive Return Plans for 2020-2021
(Part 1B in the Return Planning Series)

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From District Leaders, for District Leaders:

A panel on Building Your Responsive Return Plans for 2020-2021

As the school year ends, many districts are already preparing for the fall - this amid ongoing ambiguity about what states, and local health agencies may require. Join us as we listen to leaders from three districts as they share their process of return to school planning, their practical tips on how to begin, and what they wish they knew about return planning before getting started.

This is part 1B in the Return Planning Series.




Dr. Eric Williams, Superintendent of Loudon County Public Schools

Dr. Eric Williams has served as Superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools, a school district of 94 schools serving more than 83,000 students in northern Virginia, since July 2014. Dr. Williams believes in engaging students in solving authentic and challenging problems as a means to developing as knowledgeable critical thinkers, communicators, collaborators, creators, and contributors. He promotes the joy of teaching and learning in lieu of a test-prep mentality.



Padilla-headshotDr. Roberto Padilla, Superintendent of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District

Dr. Roberto Padilla is the superintendent of the Newburgh Enlarged City School District, an 12,000 student school district along the Hudson River in Newburgh, NY. Dr. Padilla is widely recognized for his equity leadership and in supporting school district leaders both nationally and internationally on change leadership. He also sits on the the School Superintendent Association’s COVID-19 National Recovery Task Force. 




Dr. Jenny McGown, Superintendent of Klein ISD

Superintendent Dr. Jenny McGown has deep roots in the Klein community, a school district of 48 schools serving 54,000 students in northwest Harris County, Texas. Dr. McGown is dedicated to fulfilling the district’s vision for every student. She believes in a culture of “we not me” - a precursor to unleashing the collective intelligence of the staff and broader community; intelligence that is critical as they work through the current challenges planning for a return to school in the fall. 


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