NASSP Assistant Principals of the Year Alumni Network

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About the NASSP Assistant Principals of the Year Alumni Network

A network for recognized past State Assistant Principals of the Year to engage with each other and with NASSP.

NASSP Assistant Principals of the Year Alumni Network Facilitators

Angie Charboneau-Folch
Integrated Arts Academy
Chaska, MN

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Jared Wastler

Jared Wastler
Londonberry Elementary School
Middletown, PA

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Upcoming Network Meetings

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Urban School Leaders Network Meeting

May 30, 2023, 5:00 p.m.–May 24, 2023, 6:00 p.m. ET

A network for principals and assistant principals working in urban settings. Register for meeting here. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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Women in School Leadership Network Meeting

June 1, 2023, 7:00–8:00 p.m. ET

For principals and assistant principals to share challenges and opportunities of the profession faced by women, and support each other personally and professionally. Join here. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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Middle School Leaders Network Meeting

June 12, 2023, 5:00–6:00 p.m. ET

Members of this network meet monthly via Zoom to talk about challenges unique to preparing students for high school. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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Latest AP Alumni News

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  • In honor of AP Week, School of Thought asked me to reflect on work that I’m most proud of as a school leader. I have chosen to share about implementing restorative practices, which many of my colleagues are also working […]
  • It’s AP Week, a time to celebrate the terrific work of assistant principals across the country. To highlight all that they do, we spoke with three NASSP 2022 State Assistant Principals of the Year: Diane Fox, an assistant principal of […]
  • It’s National Assistant Principals Week, a time to celebrate the contributions assistant principals (APs) make to their schools, by ensuring positive cultures for teaching and learning. Here we share four School of Thought posts by assistant principals and NASSP members. […]
  • Advanced coursework and career and technical education (CTE) pathways provide high school students with the opportunity to learn and practice crucial college and career readiness skills while earning college credit and career certifications. According to The Education Trust, “Research shows […]
  • Congratulations to Chelsea Jennings from Lakeside Junior High School! Arkansas has the highest rate of adverse childhood experiences in the nation at 60%. Trauma and stress often manifest as behavior problems, and if educators can learn to see these as […]
  • As an associate principal, I find my days filled with constant interactions with students, teachers, and support staff involving day-to-day operational needs, making decisions that affect everyone, acting as a sounding board, listening to various problems, observing and evaluating teachers, […]
  • Every year, the NASSP National Assistant Principal of the Year (APOY) program recognizes outstanding middle level and high school assistant principals from across the country who provide high-quality learning opportunities for their students. Each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, […]
  • On Tuesday, August 6, 2013, my family, my parents, my sister, and her family spent a wonderful day together at the Wisconsin State Fair in Milwaukee. It was a beautiful day, sunny and warm. That night we got home around […]
  • Beginning band was an exciting time for my middle level students. For many, it was the first time receiving musical instruction, playing an instrument, reading music, and working collaboratively to create art. This experience led students through a journey of […]