The Assistant / Aspiring Principal Workshop is for ALL GRADE-LEVEL assistant principals, elementary through secondary, and for teacher leaders looking to become campus administrators.
Participate in three days of dynamic and practical training as you learn from master practitioners and build professional learning relationships with TEXAS ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS; current and aspiring!

Sessions by: Dr. Ruby Payne - Emotional Poverty | Jacob Edwards - Safe and Civil Schools | Sean Cain
Legal Update and ARD Procedures | TEA Commissioner of Education - Dr. Mike Morath | Jacob Edwards
and much more!

Assistant / Aspiring Principal Workshop


• New Position Statements Open for Comment - The NASSP Board of Directors has stated its intent to adopt the position statements on Educator Diversity and Drug & Alcohol Abuse. Following a 30-day public comment period, the board will give final approval to the position statement at its March 2019 meeting. Comments or recommendations should be sent to NASSP Director of Advocacy Amanda Karhuse at [email protected] by December 7, 2018.

Nominate local employers for 2018 Employers for Education Excellence award. Nominate a business or organization that has a policy that allows employees to be actively involved with their children’s public schools. A business can be publicly recognized for this support through the State Board of Education’s Employers for Education Excellence (EEE) Award. This annual award, created by the Texas Legislature in 2007, recognizes employers who support employee participation in school activities. Click Here

• The Charles Butt Scholarship for Aspiring Teachers – one component of the Raising Texas Teachers initiative – is designed to encourage the best and brightest students to consider a future in the teaching profession. Scholars receive up to $8,000 in annual funding for up to four years, as well as ongoing professional development opportunities, mentorship from sitting public school educators, and participation in a statewide aspiring teachers network facilitated by the Raise Your Hand Texas Foundation. Click Here

• TASSP/TASC Student Leadership Course: The Texas Association of Secondary School Principals and Texas Association of Student Councils sponsor the TEA approved course, STUDENT LEADERSHIP. Developed originally in 1996, and revised in recent years, this course curriculum is available for purchase and implementation in secondary schools. TASSP/TASC serve as the sponsoring organization with TEA and the course can be offered in Texas High Schools for state elective credit (1/2 to 1 credit). Schools or school districts must purchase the curriculum through TASSP/TASC and complete the TASSP/TASC Participant Agreement to offer this course as state credit. The curriculum may be purchased as supplemental resource for other classes or educational purposes. Click Here

Assistant / Aspiring Principal Workshop: Feb. 10-12, 2019
Making Middle School Matter Symposium: March 3-5, 2019
Summer Workshop: June 12-14, 2019
New Principal Academy: July 11-14, 2019
Fundamental 5 National Summit: Oct. 27-28, 2019

Special Thanks to our TASSP Corporate Partners! Click Here

TASSP Vision

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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