Mike Hagadone is the assistant superintendent of White River School District in Washington State. With 36 years of experience, he is a former teacher, assistant principal, principal, and director of secondary education.
During his tenure as principal at White River High School, the school was recognized as a Washington Achievement Award Winner and a School of Distinction. Recently, White River High School was designated as a Model PLC by Solution Tree. Mike was selected as the Washington High School Principal of the Year in 2011 and has served as the president of the Washington Association of Secondary School Principals.
He earned a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Idaho and a bachelor’s degree in social studies and secondary education from the University of Idaho.
Leading PLCs at Work® Districtwide: From Boardroom to Classroom
In Leading PLCs at Work districtwide: From boardroom to classroom, authors Robert Eaker, Mike Hagadone, Janel Keating and Meagan Rhoades guide educators in developing successful districtwide professional learning communities (PLCs) to ensure high levels of learning for every student. High-performing districts develop when collaborative teams at every level align their concepts, practices and vocabulary. Aligning this work is a top-down, bottom-up cyclical process starting with the district level and ending with collaborative teacher teams. Leading PLCs at Work districtwide provides district and school leaders with the tools and strategies to create a districtwide culture of continuous improvement.Learn MoreA$43.95