NASSP News

Plan to Attend the 2020 Advocacy Conference

Join with other principals and school leaders to form a unified voice and advocate on behalf of critical education issues at the 2020 NASSP Advocacy Conference, which will take place March 23–25, 2020, in the Washington, D.C., area. The conference will include small, hands-on advocacy training sessions; panel discussions featuring national education policy experts; a Capitol Hill Day to include meetings with your members of Congress and their staffs; and networking sessions and receptions with fellow school leaders and education policy experts. The conference is free and open to anyone willing to advocate on behalf of school leaders and the students they serve. Lend your voice to those advocacy efforts and make plans to attend! Visit www.nassp.org/advocacyconf.

Registration Open for NPC20

Make plans to attend the 2020 National Principals Conference, held July 7–9 in National Harbor, MD. NASSP will host current and aspiring principals and assistant principals for three days of world-class education and professional development opportunities. Learn, collaborate, and grow as part of a national community of school leaders working to empower each student and prepare them for their educational journey to college and beyond. Visit www.principalsconference.org for more information and to register.

Nominate Your Honor Society Advisers

It takes a special energy and high degree of commitment to be an Honor Society adviser in addition to regular teaching responsibilities—and that hard work and dedication deserves special recognition. Principals from schools with active National Honor Society and/or National Junior Honor Society chapters are encouraged to nominate their chapter adviser for the Rynearson National Adviser of the Year Award. The national winner will receive a $500 award from NASSP and a plaque to commemorate the recognition. Nominations will be accepted through February 15. Visit www.nhs.us/rynearson or www.njhs.us/rynearson for the nomination form.