Rural School Leaders Network

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About the Rural School Leaders Network

Strengthening ties between school leaders in rural communities who often face isolation and lack opportunities for collaboration once they are handed the keys to the building.


NASSP membership not required to join.

Rural School Leaders Network Facilitators

Ervin Trujillo
Assistant Principal
Piedra Vista High School
Farmington, NM

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Jamie Selfridge

Jamie Selfridge
Principal
Caribou High School Caribou, ME



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Upcoming Network Meetings

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Middle School Leaders Network Meeting

December 8, 2022, 5:00–6:00 p.m. ET

Middle level leaders 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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Principal of the Year Leadership Network

December 13, 2022, 5:00–6:00 p.m. ET

During this Zoom meeting, past State Principals of the Year and NASSP Digital Principals of the Year connect with each other. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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Rural Schools Network Meeting

December 15, 2022, 7:00–8:00 p.m. ET

School leaders in rural communities strengthen their connections in this monthly online meeting. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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NASSP New Principals Network Meeting

December 20, 2022, 6:00–7:00 p.m. ET

A monthly meeting for principals seeking support and mentoring in their first three years of school leadership. Share via: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copy Link Email More

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Latest Rural School Leaders Network News

  • By the time I heard that NASSP President Gregg Wieczorek was planning to visit schools in every state, he had already stopped in Georgia. I wish I had known sooner because I would have jumped at the opportunity to have […]
  • Six years ago, our middle level/high school in rural Idaho was facing the same problems as many rural schools throughout the United States. Shifts in the local economy and an increase in the number of transient students attending schools in […]