Workshops & Conference Schedule

MoASSP Virtual Professional Development Series

This is a 10 session Virtual Professional Development Series (Click on READ MORE below to see Dates and Topics.)
August 05, 2020 | 10:00 AM

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2020 MoASSP/MCCTA Fall Conference

Missouri Principals' and Technical Directors combine for Professional Development virtually.
October 04, 2020 | 4:00 PM

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Virtual Session (Single Event) - The Role of the Principal in Preventing and Addressing Child Abuse and Neglect by Laura Beckmann

This is a single Virtual PD Sessions. If you are interested in the entire series of sessions go to the MoASSP Virtual Professional Development Series above.
October 07, 2020 | 10:00 AM

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Beginning Teacher Assistance Program Workshop - University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO

Beginning Teacher Assistance Program
October 14, 2020 | 9:00 AM

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SASSP Board Meeting

Board Meeting using Zoom
October 14, 2020 | 4:00 PM

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Informational Zoom Meetings

College Board (Advanced Placement Testing) - Mark Parson (Video Link)

 

 

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MoASSP mission & beliefs


In pursuing the mission of MoASSP, the Association shall be involved in:

  • providing information and leadership;
  • encouraging research and service;
  • promoting high educational standards;
  • focusing attention on state educational issues;
  • providing for the general welfare of principals; and
  • working with other educational organizations interested in the 
    solutions to educational
    challenges at the state level for the welfare
    of secondary schools and the youth they serve.

 

Micro-Credentials:  Missouri's Introduction to an Alternative Path to Re-certification

With full implementation of the Missouri Leadership Development System (MLDS), we are now turning our attention to an alternate path for that career administrator certificate.

Currently, your four-year initial certificate can be granted with the completion of an approved master's degree. At the end of four years one can apply for a transition certificate that will last for an additional six years. By the end of ten years you must have earned an educational specialist degree or doctorate to receive the career certificate, or you will no longer be able to hold the job of principal.

Designed to align with the Missouri Leadership Development System (MLDS) MAESP, MoASSP and the Office of Educator Quality at DESE are partnering with the Education Leaders Network (ELN) to develop 15 micro-credentials (MCs). These MCs are 15 individual assessments covering the major components of the research based MLDS. These MCs are designed to offer a rigorous, yet viable alternative to obtaining an educational specialist degree and provide interested principals a different path to the career certificate. We are early in the process of development and have six of the fifteen written. Four are currently available to be piloted by principals in Missouri. We hope each MC will be piloted by 8-10 principals and then reviewed for appropriate rigor and clarity.  

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Sign up for the MoASSP Action Center

MoASSP has partnered with NASSP using a new advocacy tool called Phone 2 Action. MoASSP welcomes members to become an "Advocate" by clicking on this link, provide the following information, and confirm subscription:

  • home address
  • cell number
  • personal email (not school)
  • You will then receive a text message from 528-86 with the following message: "Reply YES to confirm your subscription to Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals Action Center.


It is that simple. You do not have to send a message to your legislator to become an advocate. When we have an action item that needs support, we will be ready to act.

MoASSP is one of eight major statewide education organizations that comprise the Missouri Education Roundtable.  As a collective group, we have issued a statement of concern on charter school expansion, voucher/tax credit legislation.  

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