TASSP 2017 SUMMER WORKSHOP
June 14-16, 2017 | Austin Convention Center
TASSP Summer Workshop • June 14-16, 2017 • Austin Convention Center
From the kick-off celebration honoring our Texas Heroes to the Friday morning legislative update and closing general session, you will not want to miss the TASSP Summer Workshop. This is a state-level workshop recognized with national-level conferences and designed around two levels of commitment. The first commitment is to student success, and the second, but equal, commitment is to professional development for leaders. We believe that the principal and campus-level leadership team are best-positioned to ensure uninterrupted years of excellence in instruction for every student. And thus, principals need professional development that promotes the capacity to create innovative solutions to ever-changing educational needs and personal interests of a diverse student population. Commit today. Investing in high-quality professional development is important to your ongoing call to be an informed and innovative instructional leader on your campus.
At TASSP’s Summer Workshop you’ll have the chance to:
No matter why you choose to attend TASSP’s largest annual conference, you’ll undoubtedly leave feeling refreshed and enthused, with ample motivation to lead your campus into the new school year. So register and save the date, June 14-16, 2017, and plan to join us for the Summer Workshop at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas!
Come early...stay late. It is together that we learn and lead secondary schools in Texas.
TASSP Member Fee: $245 | Non-Member fee: $445
Effective May 22nd, higher on-site fees apply:
By registering in advance, participants will have an easy check-in process with registration packet, badge and receipt ready for pick-up upon arrival.
Jostens Night of the Stars Dinner Registration
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FUTURE DATES for TASSP Summer Workshop:
• PRINCIPALS!!! Action required.
Texas Education News: Publication dated March 13, 2017
The TEA survey that principals are required to complete for SBEC about the performance of first-year teachers and the effectiveness of ed-prep programs in preparing first-year teachers to succeed in the classroom will be conducted from April 5 through June 15. Mark your calendars!
• Second round of Lone Star Governance training sessions scheduled
AUSTIN – Commissioner of Education Mike Morath today announced a second round of the
Texas Education Agency’s (TEA) highly successful Lone Star Governance training sessions and
encouraged school board members across the state to attend. Click here
• SBOE gives preliminary approval to revised English and Spanish language arts and science standards Click here
• Feedback Request for Industry-based Certifications and Certificates Click here
• Student Success Initiative Certification Click here
• Statement of Commissioner Morath regarding public release of A-F work-in-progress report Click here