Principal for Almost a Day
When: Thursday, October 28, 2021
Where: At multiple schools throughout Multnomah County or through a virtual meeting
Who Participates: Education, business, civic and nonprofit leaders
Theme: Transformational Leadership in the time of COVID—What Does It Look Like Now?
Principal for Almost a Day (PFAD) empowers community stakeholders to experience the tremendous work of our education leaders firsthand, along with both the opportunities and challenges they face. The half-day onsite concludes with a forward-thinking virtual program about our collective work moving forward.
Afterward, All Hands Raised will gather and evaluate the ideas generated by hundreds of PFAD participants across Multnomah County, then explore real ways we can convene our community to take action—and make impact where it’s needed most.
PFAD is hosted by All Hands Raised who champions racial equity in the educational system and mobilizes our community to advance sustainable systems change so every child achieves their full potential, from cradle to career.
COVID-19 protocols: In order to participate, we ask that all Guest Principals follow the policy of the school and district to which you’re assigned.
Livestream Program 11:30 am-12:15 pm Pacific: Enjoy a conversation with an expert panel about our collective work moving forward.
Panelists: They’ll share their perspectives on our theme, plus field questions posed by you—our virtual audience.
- Dr. Danna Diaz, Superintendent, Reynolds School District
- Chris Frazier, Principal, Franklin High School
- Commissioner Susheela Jayapal, Multnomah County, District 2
- Judy Strand, CEO, Metropolitan Family Service
We hope you’ll join us for #PFAD21 to help accelerate innovation and achieve racial educational equity for all students.
THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS