This chapter presents case study illustrating Nahum, who was named principal of Mountain Creek Primary School after working for five years as an assistant principal. In the early days of Nahums administrative career, the emphasis of school administration was on the effective management of buildings, money and people. Nahum spent the bulk of his time on building relationships and changing the culture in the building. While Nahum had watched, and almost predicted, the loss of jobs and the decline of his version of the American Family, he could not have predicted the number of Hispanic families that moved to his county. The high number of Hispanic families minimally impacted Nahums School, as many families moved to the northern end of the county, which was riddled with peach farms. The children of these migrant workers attended Plum Elementary School, where Nahums friend, Melissa, was principal.