Principals' Office Blog

The NAESP car was pointed towards Lexington, KY, at 5:15 a.m. in order to get to Mary Todd Elementary by mid-morning.

How many elementary buildings have a museum? How amazing is that?

Greetings from Indiana! The day started early with a visit to Huntington’s Crestview Middle School principal, Chuck Werth.

It’s the beginning of the school day at Summit Environmental School, and there are not enough substitute teachers. It’s the life many of us live on a daily basis, yet Dirk Hunter handles it with ease.

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NAESP News

Principal Eric Cardwell Embarks on Road Trip of a Lifetime

Cardwell, who serves as NAESP President, will cover nearly 4,500 miles and visit 28 schools during his two-week tour.

DonorsChoose.org Gift Card Winners Announced

NAESP and DonorsChoose.org teamed up to get teachers to post projects in need of funding. Three of those schools won $5,000 DonorsChoose.org gift cards.

NAESP Honors Nation’s Top Principals for National Principals Month

Sixty-two principals will travel to the Washington, D.C. program to be recognized for outstanding leadership.

U.S. Department of Education Pilots “Flexibility for Equitable Per-pupil Funding”

The flexibility relieves many of the Federal requirements related to allocation, use and reporting for those eligible Federal funds.

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