A step back in time. After the visit to Barrow Elementary in Athens, Georgia, I hopped into the trusty NAESP/Meemic car and pointed the vehicle north.

Pulling into Barrow Elementary in Athens, Georgia, I immediately noticed the school’s sign. I simply loved the message!

I ventured into the great state of Georgia on Saturday to position myself close to Warner Robins, where I would be visiting Shirley Hills Elementary and Westside Elementary in the Houston County Schools.

Walking up the sidewalk to Andrew Johnson Elementary in Kingsport, Tennessee I encountered a little free library close to the road.

What to expect on the advocacy front in the coming weeks.

The NAESP car was pointed towards Lexington, KY, at 5:15 a.m. in order to get to Mary Todd Elementary by mid-morning.

How many elementary buildings have a museum? How amazing is that?

Greetings from Indiana! The day started early with a visit to Huntington’s Crestview Middle School principal, Chuck Werth.

It’s the beginning of the school day at Summit Environmental School, and there are not enough substitute teachers. It’s the life many of us live on a daily basis, yet Dirk Hunter handles it with ease.

Follow NAESP President Eric Cardwell as he travels on a nearly 4,500 mile road trip to visit schools around the country.