New Principal Academy 2017
Tools for the Principalship
July 13-16, 2017 | Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas
If your school district will be hiring new principals, is in the process of grooming you for the principalship, or if you aspire to become a campus administrator this professional development is a must. The 2017 program will be the 19th annual TASSP New Principal Academy held in the serene retreat setting of Trinity University in San Antonio. The Academy offers any grade-level new principal (0-3 years) and aspiring principals a very practical hands-on training in skills for the principalship: Leadership and Team-building Skills; Best Hiring Practices and Human Resource Information; Crisis Management Training; Campus and Activity Fund Training; Documentation Skills; School Law as it relates to the campus principal; How to Avoid Career Derailing Mistakes; and so much more. This academy has been acclaimed as being very valuable and timely for any grade-level new and aspiring principal; here are just a few comments from the 2016 class:
"Getting to know other people in the same boat I am in is one of the greatest 'take-aways' of the Academy."
"The New Principal Academy provided me with insightful information needed to perform my job and gave me the tools to feel confident about performing my job.
"NPA really exceeded my expectations! I really recieved valuable information that will help guide me in my first year as campus principal. The interactions with fellow newbies was great! I felt connected with other principals to help start building a network of colleagues."
Register now to attend the 3-1/2 days of dynamic, practical training that will better prepare you for your role as a campus principal.
The cost of the academy includes all of your registration materials, lodging, and food during the program. You won't be disappointed and if you register before Friday, June 16th you save $100.00! There is a limit of 70 participants for this program; don't delay, register today!
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