Strength and acheivment

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There are lifelong lessons about strength and achievement we need to teach children. The child that's the strongest child in class is not necessarily going to be the best athlete on a team. And I once had a professional athlete who went on to great acclaim as a basketball player admit that he had never been successful at basketball until his senior year in high school when he had his big growth spurt. So one of the things that we need to remind ourselves is that children need to be fit and able, socially, intellectually, emotionally, in order for them to achieve certain things at different ages and stages. And until all those systems are go, and all those stars align, they actually can't be good at certain things at certain ages. So give them the time. Motivate them and give them the honesty so that they always have something to work toward as they improve and grow in their lives.

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Reveta Bowers

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Now starting her forty-second year, Reveta Bowers is the Head of School at The Center for Early Education, an urban pre-school through 6th grade Los Angeles independent school with 538 students. Devoted to children and education, Ms. Bowers served and has served on a number of boards. She is currently on Board of Overseers of the UCLA Healthcare System, on the founding board of the African American Board Leadership Institute and the board of the FEDCO Charitable Foundation. She just completed serving as Chair Emeritus of the Board of Directors of the California Community Foundation. A past president and former secretary of The Educational Records Bureau Board, Reveta Bowers was also a member of the Advisory Board to the Klingenstein Center at Teacher’s College for ten years. She served as an outside director on the Board of Directors of the Walt Disney Company for ten years and is a former member of the Harvard-Westlake, Brentwood and Windward School boards. Reveta was on the Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education board, and the boards of the National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls and the Country Day Headmaster’s Association. She served as a trustee and treasurer of the NAIS Board, and as past president of the California Association of Independent Schools. For the past thirteen years she has also been on the faculty of the NAIS Institute for New Heads where she serves as the Lead Faculty member. One of her proudest career moments was receiving the NAIS Diversity Leadership Award in 2009. She has had a long and rewarding career in independent schools and finds her work with organizations supporting education, students, parents, community and Board work to be continually inspiring.

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