Tag Archives: Dr. Trent Bowers

A Deadly Wandering

Earlier this summer I wrote about the book Dreamland.  If you haven’t yet read Dreamland, I can’t recommend it highly enough. I have another book I’d like to recommend.  Last June I was at a party and Worthington parent Aimee … Continue reading

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Graduation Speeches

I graduated from Worthington High School in 1991.  I tell people that I was an average student in high school but statistically that’s not accurate.  When you graduate in the bottom half of your high school class like I did, … Continue reading

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Comments to Retiring Teachers

As part of my job as Superintendent I get to do a fair amount of public speaking.  In the month of May a fair amount turns into almost every night. That said, it’s a part of my job that I … Continue reading

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Creating a Growth Mindset

Fostering a growth mindset is critical for all of our students in Worthington.  On Monday 9.21 we posted a blog on our sister site Absolute Excellence titled “Why a Growth Mindset?”  This post is intended to build upon that post. … Continue reading

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Worthington Schools – It’s Worth It

On August 18th we released our new video “Worthington – It’s Worth It”  I hope you have taken the time to watch the video and that you enjoy seeing some familiar faces.  This is our attempt to share “the story … Continue reading

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My 6 Expectations for ALL Staff

At our Worthington Schools convocation last week (8.18.2015) I was able to share my 6 expectations for all staff members in Worthington Schools.  They’re very simple, but I believe if we can get to the place where all 1,250 Worthington … Continue reading

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My Convocation Speech “It’s Worth It!”

This morning I have the opportunity to speak to all 1,250 employees of Worthington Schools.  Who would have ever thought that a kid like me would have the privilege and honor to speak to the educators in Worthington? Those were … Continue reading

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