Hollis Milton: The Speed of Trust
Superintendent Hollis Milton shares how he's wrestled with his decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic—even while battling the virus from a hospital bed in March.
Superintendent Hollis Milton at West Feliciana Parish Schools in Louisiana shares how he's wrestled with his decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic—even while battling the virus from a hospital bed in March.
When the COVID-19 pandemic first rocked the country in March, nearly every superintendent was thrown into the hardest decisions of their careers. How can you keep students safe while maintaining high standards of learning? And how can you get the community on board?
Hollis Milton has spent the last nine months considering these questions. As superintendent of West Feliciana Parish Schools in Louisiana, he’s worked harder than ever: building bridges with the community, supporting teachers, prioritizing health, and even overcoming COVID-19 himself.
In this episode, we talk with Superintendent Milton about his approach to the pandemic, and how to strengthen your community in a crisis.
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