When Principal Sam starts to mix up the holidays, it's up to the schoolchildren to help him out!
How will Principal Sam learn to keep his holidays straight? Find out inside!
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About the Author
Dr. Semendinger has enjoyed working in various professional organizations including serving as the President of the New Jersey Middle School Association. In addition to the above, Dr. Semendinger has worked for the Educational Testing Service (ETS) and he has served as an adjunct college professor at both Ramapo College and William Paterson University.
An enthusiastic presenter, Dr. Semendinger brings his passion for children to his positive, happy, and engaging presentations. As an accomplished public speaker, Dr. Semendinger has successfully presented workshops at many conferences including those run by the New England League of Middle Schools, STEMCON, the New Jersey Middle School Association, the Madison Institute, local ASCD Chapters, and many others.
Dr. Semendinger is also an accomplished writer. His first book of motivational passages, "Impossible is an Illusion" will be released in June 2017 by Ravenswood Publishing. Dr. Semendinger's first novel, "Scattering the Ashes" will be released in August 2017 also from Ravenswood. In addition, Dr. Semendinger writes picture books. His first picture book for children "Principal Sam and the Calendar Confusion" is currently in post-production and should have a 2017 release date. Dr. Semendinger's original and unique history of the New York Yankees "The Least Among Them," is also currently in editorial review. In additional to his (soon to be) published writing, Dr. Semendinger also frequently publishes on eduTopia and on his highly successful blog.
Dr. Semendinger leads an active life. He enjoys running and, to date, has completed twenty marathons including the New York City Marathon five times. Dr. Semendinger also plays competitive men's softball and enjoys backpacking and hiking. He also plays the saxophone and piano (but wishes his skills in those areas were much (much) better.) (He's working on it.) In his free time, Dr. Semendinger enjoys reading, travel, and passionately rooting for the New York Yankees.