5 Things: May/June 2019

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:

Not all work and no play.

Work meets play at the NAESP Pre-K–8 Principals Conference, as hundreds of principals join Landscape Structures to build a playground for students. What better way to kick off the conference than by volunteering? Learn more

In the middle (level).

Calling all middle-level principals! We want you to write about topics relevant to grades 6–8 for us. If you have a story in mind about what works at your school, we want to hear about it! Email your articles or ideas to publications@naesp.org. Learn more

Inspiring innovation.

We’ve launched the NAESP Center for Innovative Leadership. What does that mean for you? So many opportunities for professional learning through a specialized strand at our annual conference, podcasts and training videos, white papers, articles, and blogs. Learn more

We asked. You Answered.

Thank you to those who participated in our 2019 advocacy survey. Your feedback is valuable because it drives what we do on Capitol Hill to support principals and education. The survey results showed that funding, mental health and well-being, social-emotional learning, and school safety are top issues for principals. Learn more

Save money—and time!

Need a great rate on liability insurance? Want deep discounts on the Freshly weekly subscription service? How about a Hertz rental car for less? Or savings on Mother’s Day flowers? We’ve got you covered with members-only discounts on these and more products and services. Learn more

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