5 Things: March/April 2020

The work of a principal is never done. You do it all, and you love it. But even principals require support. We want to keep you in the know about how your Association is serving you while you serve kids. Here are five things you need to know about:


Supporting early learners.

Through a new formalized partnership with the Office of Head Start, NAESP will play a role in improving the transition of Head Start kids into elementary school. Together, we’ll identify helpful practices and offer guidelines to support collaborative relationships between early childhood and elementary school educators. Learn more


Ready to launch.

The just-launched NAESP Member App is the best way to access all that NAESP has to offer—the resources you’ve grown to trust on the go, plus in-app features you won’t find anywhere else. This app has something for all elementary and middle-level school leaders. Download it today! Learn more


Ending veteran homelessness.

NAESP’s American Student Council Association and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs joined forces for the second year in a row for the End Veteran Homelessness Challenge. Participating schools raised almost $5,500 in funds and personal item donations. Special thanks to the Ka‘ōhao School in Kailua, Hawaii, for raising the most money and personal items. Learn more


Sign up for Advocacy Alerts.

The voice of principals is critical to the federal education debate. Sign up to receive text message alerts notifying you of key legislation and votes impacting principals. Learn more


Assistant principals (APs) rising.

APs play a significant role in the overall academic achievement of students nationwide. Join us as we celebrate AP Week April 6–10. Plus, check out our new NAESP networking group exclusively for this group of education leaders. Learn more


 


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