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2019-2020 TASSP Principals and Assistant Principal of the Year

Congratulations to the following Principals and Assistant Principals for being selected by the
TASSP Principal Image Committee as the 2019-2020 Principals and Assistant Principals of the Year:

 

High School Principal of the Year & NASSP Representative for Texas
Jill Stafford, Principal, Lowery Freshman Center, Allen ISD – Region 10
Middle Level Principal of the Year
Ryan Bickley, Principal, Burnett Jr. High School, Wylie ISD – Region 10
Assistant Principal of the Year
Dr. Danielle Jackson, Assistant Principal, Thurgood Marshall High School, Fort Bend ISD – Region 4 

Ready, Set, Vote With the Online Voter Registration Drive

The 2020 election is right around the corner, and your students are fired up and ready to get involved in every way possible. NASSP just announced a new national partnership with DoSomething.org, a digital platform creating real-world impact, to give your students a powerful new tool for action: the Online Voter Registration Drive (OVRD)

TASSP congratulates JoAnn Bartoletti on her retirement
as the NASSP Executive Director.
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NEWS:

• TEA UPDATES: (7/31) 2019-2020 ESSA Compliance Reports
TEA is announcing the availability of the following compliance reports, authorized under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965, as amended by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). 1) 2019-20 ESSA Consolidated Compliance Report. 2) 2019-20 Rural and Low-income Schools (RLIS) Compliance Report. These reports are available on TEA eGrants under the Compliance Reports tab. Click Here

• (7/31) TEA Will Offer Free Learning Management System to Texas Schools for Two Years to Help Bolster Remote and Classroom Instruction. This new offering will save school systems up to $40M, and reduce total taxpayer cost up to $22M. Click Here

• (7/30) Statement from Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath on School Funding
“Over the past month, TEA announced a funding waiver framework that fully funds schools for remote instruction for the entire year for any family that requests remote instruction. To generate funding for remote instruction, school systems must also provide daily on-campus instruction for families that want to come on campus, with several critical exceptions designed to maximize the health of students, teachers, and staff:
 - As part of an 8-week back to school transition period, school systems can offer a solely remote instructional setting, subject to some requirements;
 - For up to 5 days if a school building is closed due to a confirmed COVID-19 case on campus, at any point during the school year, schools will be funded for providing remote-only instruction;
 - Even beyond this 5-day exception, any day a school building is closed as part of a legally authorized closure order, schools will be funded for providing remote-only instruction;
 - High schools can offer an alternating on-campus/remote instructional experience in order to reduce the number of students in campus buildings at one time.
“Yesterday, the Texas Attorney General issued guidance that indicated that blanket school building closures ordered by local public health authorities for preventative purposes are not lawful. School systems planning on starting the year with 100 percent remote instruction will still be fully funded in accordance with TEA’s previously announced 8-week back to school transition funding waiver. Lawful building closure orders will continue to enable a school system to be funded when providing remote-only instruction. Also, it’s important to note that the school start date remains at the discretion of local school boards.
“TEA continues to monitor the public health situation very closely, working in collaboration with school systems, and remains prepared to adjust or adapt its waiver framework as necessary to ensure we keep students, teachers, and staff safe.”

• Reports for the spring 2020 TELPAS Alternate administrations have been posted. Districts that participated in this optional administration can access the TELPAS Alternate Report Cards, campus rosters, summary reports, and data files through the TELPAS Alternate Assessment Management System. The Student Portal is updated with the latest assessment information. Additionally, parents can view their child’s performance relative to the campus, district, and state.

• Texas Schools Public Health Planning Guidance Document - July 17, 2020

• TASSP 2020-2021 Regional Resource Guide - Click Here 


Special Thanks to our TASSP Corporate Partners! Click Here

TASSP congratulates JoAnn Bartoletti on her retirement as the NASSP Executive Director.

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To offer Texas principals and assistant principals a forum to explore the best practices in school administration with the ultimate goal of helping facilitate student learning. It is the intent of the organization that we honor our motto, "Above All, Students First," in all that we do.

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