Oak Cliff schools celebrate ‘principal for a day’

Several Oak Cliff schools invited business and political leaders to be “principal for a day” recently.

Above, far right, is Nathan Lenahan or WeWork, who was principal for a day at the School of Business and Management at Townview Center.

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“I didn’t know there was anything like (the School of Business and Management), and I’ve been super impressed,” he said. “I want to see how I can support it going forward.”

Here’s Texas state Rep. Roberto Alonzo, who was principal for a day at Adamson High School.

“I enjoy engaging with youngsters and encouraging them to think ahead and plan a good future for themselves,” he said. “A future full of health, financial stability and love.”

Dallas County District Attorney Faith Johnson appeared at Trini Garza Early College High School at Mountain View College and said, “I just had the opportunity to attend one of the classes, and boy, are there some brilliant students in this school. It’s an honor to be here and an honor to be their principal for a day.”

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