Don’t Waste Time Planning for Something That Might Not Happen

Mar 17, 2019

Ever since childhood, adults have asked, “What are you going to do when you grow up?” Usually, a child will answer with a simple response of a type of careers such as a doctor, truck driver or a mommy. Two college professors out of Stanford are challenging us to ask different questions so our responses…

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Training Session to be a Certified Scrum Master

Mar 9, 2019

Our team at the Certification to be Scrum Masters – Three days of Growth!

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Choosing the Best Online School for Your Student’s Success

Feb 20, 2019

Your student informs you that she is done with school and would like to try an online choice. What is the reason? It doesn’t matter really. All that matters is that you are now left with the daunting task of figuring out an online school option. Families need alternatives for their educational requirements, but what…

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When You Just Don’t Like Your Instructor

Feb 19, 2019

When you just don’t like your instructor  — “I can’t stand my teacher besides they don’t even like me!” If you haven’t heard this yet from your student, don’t be surprised when it comes up some time soon. How can we help our disgruntled pupil successfully maneuver through this rough patch? Here are three suggestions to…

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A generous donation of the surplus food was made by a local Farmer’s Market to our students and their families.

Feb 12, 2019

Books and minds weren’t the only things being opened at Hope High School last week. A generous donation of the surplus food was made by a local Farmer’s Market to our students and their families. Mitch Horlick, our Board of Directors President, pulled this incredible opportunity together for Hope High School. “We are very grateful…

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Black Eyes… Wide Open

Aug 10, 2018

Lessons about teamwork and how we encounter opportunities every day. It’s been a week now that I’ve been recovering from a friendly but harsh league game that turned my eye from normal in all cases to a fine looking “shiner” that became the first conversation piece of each and every new encounter for the week…

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Three Ways of Making Something New Again

Aug 3, 2018

Update the Purpose Updating the purpose for your change helps others understand why the change is occurring in the first place. They may not necessarily agree with your stated reason but you’ve now given them something with which to work. From here, you can create a space for team members to voice their opinions and…

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Blue Cross / Blue Shield Gives Back – Partnering with Blueprint Education

Jul 17, 2018

To find out more about our partnership, and to see other partners to our schools visit our page on the Blueprint Education Community Partners page.

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3 Steps to Successfully Use Scrum At the Office

Jun 30, 2018

3 Steps to Successfully Use Scrum At the Office. By having team members commit to the process of working as a whole. Employing Transparency and reinforcing team building principles through participation. Through this methodology, your team culture can be supported towards success. Committed Team Members…in order for scrum to really have a good foundation from…

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Don’t Waste Time Planning for Something That Might Not Happen

By Jeff Del Nero | Mar 17, 2019

Ever since childhood, adults have asked, “What are you going to do when you grow up?” Usually, a child will answer with a simple response of a type of careers such as a doctor, truck driver or a mommy. Two college professors out of Stanford are challenging us to ask different questions so our responses…

Read More

Training Session to be a Certified Scrum Master

By Marmy Kodras | Mar 9, 2019

Our team at the Certification to be Scrum Masters – Three days of Growth!

Read More

Choosing the Best Online School for Your Student’s Success

By Mary Del Nero | Feb 20, 2019

Your student informs you that she is done with school and would like to try an online choice. What is the reason? It doesn’t matter really. All that matters is that you are now left with the daunting task of figuring out an online school option. Families need alternatives for their educational requirements, but what…

Read More

When You Just Don’t Like Your Instructor

By Mary Del Nero | Feb 19, 2019

When you just don’t like your instructor  — “I can’t stand my teacher besides they don’t even like me!” If you haven’t heard this yet from your student, don’t be surprised when it comes up some time soon. How can we help our disgruntled pupil successfully maneuver through this rough patch? Here are three suggestions to…

Read More

A generous donation of the surplus food was made by a local Farmer’s Market to our students and their families.

By Mary Del Nero | Feb 12, 2019

Books and minds weren’t the only things being opened at Hope High School last week. A generous donation of the surplus food was made by a local Farmer’s Market to our students and their families. Mitch Horlick, our Board of Directors President, pulled this incredible opportunity together for Hope High School. “We are very grateful…

Read More

Black Eyes… Wide Open

By Marmy Kodras | Aug 10, 2018

Lessons about teamwork and how we encounter opportunities every day. It’s been a week now that I’ve been recovering from a friendly but harsh league game that turned my eye from normal in all cases to a fine looking “shiner” that became the first conversation piece of each and every new encounter for the week…

Read More

Three Ways of Making Something New Again

By Marmy Kodras | Aug 3, 2018

Update the Purpose Updating the purpose for your change helps others understand why the change is occurring in the first place. They may not necessarily agree with your stated reason but you’ve now given them something with which to work. From here, you can create a space for team members to voice their opinions and…

Read More

Blue Cross / Blue Shield Gives Back – Partnering with Blueprint Education

By Marmy Kodras | Jul 17, 2018

To find out more about our partnership, and to see other partners to our schools visit our page on the Blueprint Education Community Partners page.

Read More

3 Steps to Successfully Use Scrum At the Office

By Marmy Kodras | Jun 30, 2018

3 Steps to Successfully Use Scrum At the Office. By having team members commit to the process of working as a whole. Employing Transparency and reinforcing team building principles through participation. Through this methodology, your team culture can be supported towards success. Committed Team Members…in order for scrum to really have a good foundation from…

Read More