Category Archives: Tales from the Principal’s Office

True life stories from practicing or retired principals.

Chris Dormer – Setting Priorities

Mr. Chris Dormer, Principal, Upper Darby High School talks about setting priorities in a large school setting.

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Dr. Steven Subers

As you look back, what are you most proud of?

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The Importance of Mentors

Dr. Stephen Subers, Principal

of Paxon Hollow Middle School talks about his mentors to and in his role as a school leader.

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What surprised you most as a new administrator?

Mr. Chris Dormer discusses the “unexpecteds” of school administration.

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Meet Dr. Stephen Subers, Paxon Hollow Middle School

Dr. Stephen Subers recounts his path to the principalship of a suburban middle school.

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Meet Chris Dormer, Principal, Upper Darby High School

Meet Chris, the new Principal at UDHS, a large and very diverse suburban Philadelphia school district and hear about his path to the Principalship!

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