Love to Learn; Learn to Lead: Dr. Brumley Unveils 100-Day Investment for a Stronger JPPSS

Ensuring a safe learning environment for all children, working towards more competitive teacher pay, and building positive relationships with the community are just some of the goals outlined in the 100-day entry plan of new Jefferson Parish Public School System Superintendent Dr. Cade Brumley.

Dr. Brumley publicly presented his full plan on March 28 at Terrytown Elementary. The plan is called Love to Learn; Learn to Lead: A 100-Day Investment For A Stronger JPPSS.

“With the information I learn during my first 100 days, I’ll be better prepared to lead us into the future,” said Dr. Brumley. “That’s the crux of this plan. It highlights my love to learn, and that learning will equip me to lead.”

The 100-day entry plan outlines specific strategies to help Dr. Brumley and his leadership team understand strengths and challenges faced by JPPSS students, employees, families, and the community. The information learned during the first 100 days will serve as the foundation for more long term goals.

100 Day Entry Plan

The strategies outlined in the plan are guided by the following goals:

  • Build positive relationships with students, employees, and families
  • Reviewing and analyzing student data
  • Ensuring our schools are safe learning environments for all students
  • Working to make our educators’ salaries more competitive
  • Learning about the district office’s support to schools, students, leaders, and teachers
  • Building positive working relationships with the school board, community leaders, and key partners
  • Develop a deeper understanding of the unique JPPSS facility needs
  • Ensuring a successful start to the 2018-19 school year

“I only want the best for every student, educator, parent, and community member,” said Dr. Brumley. “I look forward to learning from you all over the next 100 days and providing stable, long-term leadership for Louisiana’s largest public school system.”