Assistant / Aspiring Principal Workshop

February 9 - 11, 2020 | Hilton Austin Airport

This program is for ALL GRADE-LEVEL assistant principals, elementary through secondary, and for teacher leaders looking to become campus administrators.

Participate in three days of dynamic and practical training as you learn from master practitioners and build professional learning relationships with TEXAS ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS; current and aspiring!

The Assistant Principal Workshop offers a unique opportunity for leaders who work very closely with students on academic needs, work with teachers on instruction and work as a team on the management of student discipline, extra-curricular activities and more. This workshop has been a great success because the focus is on the role of one genre of leader…the assistant principal!

The workshop focuses on the AP as an instructional leader and lead teacher of teachers, a responsibility that is quite challenging when moving from the classroom to the administrative office. Also included in the agenda is training on documentation, school safety, legal updates, curriculum updates and more.

Schedule and session information coming soon!

Optional Documentation Training:
Dr. John Crain, Author, Trainer

This session is designed to train administrators on the legal framework within which documentation of all Texas public school employees takes place and to focus on specific steps required to document an employee’s performance effectively. Registration for this session includes lunch and a copy of the latest edition of the Texas Documentation Handbook: $189. Limited to 50 participants.

Opening Keynote:
Marlena Gross-Taylor
  Monday Keynote:
Susan Isaacs
Safe & Civil Schools
  Tuesday Keynote:
The LawDawg: Jim Walsh
Walsh Gallegos attorneys


January 24, 2020, cost $246; After January 24, 2020, cost $296.

HOTEL INFORMATION: Hilton Austin Airport

Reserve a room: CLICK HERE

Group Name: 2020 TASSP Assistant & Aspiring Principal Workshop

Arrival Date: Feb 9, 2020  |  Departure Date: Feb 12, 2020

View 2019 APW Program