NAESP has always been devoted to strengthening education and empowering school leaders. Now, NAESP, in partnership with Lifetouch, has taken that committment on the road with the 2011 Memory Mission, a week-long service initiative in the Dominican Republic. From Tuesday, November 29, 2011 through Tuesday, December 6, 2011, volunteers from NAESP, Lifetouch, the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP),  worked together to build a school in the village of Costanza.

Memory Mission News

Dec. 5 - Volunteers Wrap Up School Construction

Dec. 1 - Memory Mission Kicks Off in Dominican Republic

November Communicator - Principals Building a School in Dominican Republic


Head over to the Lifetouch Memory Mission - DR Facebook page for photo albums.


Archived Videos

Dec. 5

Handing Out Students' Portraits

Students See Their School Portraits for the First Time

Students Dancing at Recess


Dec. 3

Touring the Roads of Costanza

Group Update from School Leaders

Update from Pam Olech and Lynn Babcock

Teamwork in Action: Building the Staircase


Dec. 2

Update from Steve McDaniel

Update from Mark Anderson

Update from Mary Smalling

Update from Mark Terry

Update from Tracy Grit

Update from Sharyn VonCannon

Update from Jay Drag


Dec. 1

Update from Sharyn Von Cannon

Update from Barbara Priestly

Update from Mark Sale

Update from Rob Monson

Update from Toby Cone

Update from Rhonda Bishop