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    • 01/19/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Sherwood Elementary, 2524 S Golden Ave, Springfield MO 65807
    Register


    G - Getting a Job  
    P - Planning for Your First Year  
    S - Strategies to Use Your First Year and Beyond

    This seminar will be a GPS for aspiring principals as they plan their itinerary for their first year as a principal!

    Navigating the Principalship is an awareness workshop for individuals interested in learning more about the principalship.  The primary purpose of this seminar is to assist in the identification and encouragement of talented individuals to enter the principalship and to provide aspiring principals with an awareness of the comprehensive dimensions and unique characteristics of the principalship. Seminar participants explore the peaks and valleys of day-to-day life as a principal, examine and affirm their own professional talents and interests, and develop a vision and create a map for their professional career planning. Small group interaction also provides an opportunity to explore actual principalship situations and problems and to review methods for handling those that are difficult. The seminar provides a chance for significant participant involvement under the direction of dynamic facilitators.  

    You will find Navigating the Principalship well worth your time and effort if you are interested in learning more about the principalship and career opportunities in educational administration. 

    Topics will include:
    Overview of the principalship with Q & A time.
    HR issues to consider when working with students/staff/parents.
    Perspectives of rural and suburban patrons/teachers/students.
    ISLLC standards and building a personal vision.
    The change process.
    The importance of data and how to use it.
    Interviewing tips with mock interviews.

    • 01/26/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Hudson Elementary, 9825 Hudson Ave, Webster Groves, MO 63119
    Register


    G - Getting a Job  
    P - Planning for Your First Year  
    S - Strategies to Use Your First Year and Beyond

    This seminar will be a GPS for aspiring principals as they plan their itinerary for their first year as a principal!

    Navigating the Principalship is an awareness workshop for individuals interested in learning more about the principalship.  The primary purpose of this seminar is to assist in the identification and encouragement of talented individuals to enter the principalship and to provide aspiring principals with an awareness of the comprehensive dimensions and unique characteristics of the principalship. Seminar participants explore the peaks and valleys of day-to-day life as a principal, examine and affirm their own professional talents and interests, and develop a vision and create a map for their professional career planning. Small group interaction also provides an opportunity to explore actual principalship situations and problems and to review methods for handling those that are difficult. The seminar provides a chance for significant participant involvement under the direction of dynamic facilitators.  

    You will find Navigating the Principalship well worth your time and effort if you are interested in learning more about the principalship and career opportunities in educational administration. 

    Topics will include:
    Overview of the principalship with Q & A time.
    HR issues to consider when working with students/staff/parents.
    Perspectives of rural and suburban patrons/teachers/students.
    ISLLC standards and building a personal vision.
    The change process.
    The importance of data and how to use it.
    Interviewing tips with mock interviews.

    • 02/16/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • MAESP Office, 3550 Amazonas Drive, Jefferson City, MO 65109
    Register


    G - Getting a Job  
    P - Planning for Your First Year  
    S - Strategies to Use Your First Year and Beyond

    This seminar will be a GPS for aspiring principals as they plan their itinerary for their first year as a principal!

    Navigating the Principalship is an awareness workshop for individuals interested in learning more about the principalship.  The primary purpose of this seminar is to assist in the identification and encouragement of talented individuals to enter the principalship and to provide aspiring principals with an awareness of the comprehensive dimensions and unique characteristics of the principalship. Seminar participants explore the peaks and valleys of day-to-day life as a principal, examine and affirm their own professional talents and interests, and develop a vision and create a map for their professional career planning. Small group interaction also provides an opportunity to explore actual principalship situations and problems and to review methods for handling those that are difficult. The seminar provides a chance for significant participant involvement under the direction of dynamic facilitators.  

    You will find Navigating the Principalship well worth your time and effort if you are interested in learning more about the principalship and career opportunities in educational administration. 

    Topics will include:
    Overview of the principalship with Q & A time.
    HR issues to consider when working with students/staff/parents.
    Perspectives of rural and suburban patrons/teachers/students.
    ISLLC standards and building a personal vision.
    The change process.
    The importance of data and how to use it.
    Interviewing tips with mock interviews.

    • 02/27/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • St. Paul Lutheran Church, 4715 Frederick Ave., St. Joseph, MO 64506
    Register


    G - Getting a Job  
    P - Planning for Your First Year  
    S - Strategies to Use Your First Year and Beyond

    This seminar will be a GPS for aspiring principals as they plan their itinerary for their first year as a principal!

    Navigating the Principalship is an awareness workshop for individuals interested in learning more about the principalship.  The primary purpose of this seminar is to assist in the identification and encouragement of talented individuals to enter the principalship and to provide aspiring principals with an awareness of the comprehensive dimensions and unique characteristics of the principalship. Seminar participants explore the peaks and valleys of day-to-day life as a principal, examine and affirm their own professional talents and interests, and develop a vision and create a map for their professional career planning. Small group interaction also provides an opportunity to explore actual principalship situations and problems and to review methods for handling those that are difficult. The seminar provides a chance for significant participant involvement under the direction of dynamic facilitators.  

    You will find Navigating the Principalship well worth your time and effort if you are interested in learning more about the principalship and career opportunities in educational administration. 

    Topics will include:
    Overview of the principalship with Q & A time.
    HR issues to consider when working with students/staff/parents.
    Perspectives of rural and suburban patrons/teachers/students.
    ISLLC standards and building a personal vision.
    The change process.
    The importance of data and how to use it.
    Interviewing tips with mock interviews.

    • 03/01/2018
    • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Bartow Administrative Center, 1801 NW Vesper, Blue Springs, MO 64015
    Register


    G - Getting a Job  
    P - Planning for Your First Year  
    S - Strategies to Use Your First Year and Beyond

    This seminar will be a GPS for aspiring principals as they plan their itinerary for their first year as a principal!

    Navigating the Principalship is an awareness workshop for individuals interested in learning more about the principalship.  The primary purpose of this seminar is to assist in the identification and encouragement of talented individuals to enter the principalship and to provide aspiring principals with an awareness of the comprehensive dimensions and unique characteristics of the principalship. Seminar participants explore the peaks and valleys of day-to-day life as a principal, examine and affirm their own professional talents and interests, and develop a vision and create a map for their professional career planning. Small group interaction also provides an opportunity to explore actual principalship situations and problems and to review methods for handling those that are difficult. The seminar provides a chance for significant participant involvement under the direction of dynamic facilitators.  

    You will find Navigating the Principalship well worth your time and effort if you are interested in learning more about the principalship and career opportunities in educational administration. 

    Topics will include:
    Overview of the principalship with Q & A time.
    HR issues to consider when working with students/staff/parents.
    Perspectives of rural and suburban patrons/teachers/students.
    ISLLC standards and building a personal vision.
    The change process.
    The importance of data and how to use it.
    Interviewing tips with mock interviews.

    • 03/03/2018
    • 03/06/2018
    • Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach, MO
    Register

    Keynote Speakers


     
    Sunday Speaker
    Dr. Adolph Brown

    Dr. Adolph Brown is the founder, President, and CEO of The Leadership & Learning Institute. As a former public educator and credentialed administrator, fully tenured professor, university dean and businessman, he has studied and worked with numerous highly successful leaders and educators. Raised by a single mother, he worked hard to overcome a life of poverty. He is one of the nation’s most popular speakers and has a unique ability to inform, entertain, and inspire! Known for his practical toolkit and loved for his inspirational messages, be prepared to laugh and learn with Dr. Adolph Brown!





    Monday Speaker
    Adam Welcome

    Adam Welcome is co-founder of Kids Deserve It with Todd Nesloney and currently serves as a Director of Innovation and Technology. He is a former elementary principal and teacher and set up one of the first GAFE domains in his county. Adam was a regional Principal of the Year for the California professional affiliate, a 20 To Watch for the National School Board Association, and guest blogger for EdWeek and NAESP Principal magazine. Adam also consults and works with many education technology companies to improve their product for others!




    Tuesday Speaker
    Joshua Shipp

    Josh Shipp is an author, global youth empowerment expert, and acclaimed speaker. A former at-risk foster kid turned youth advocate, he is renowned for his documentary TV series (A&E), that followed his ground-breaking work with teens. He is the author of the national bestseller, The Teen’s Guide to World Domination and was listed on Inc. Magazine’s 30 under 30 list. Prepare to return to your school inspired to continue your important work!


    • 03/04/2018
    • 03/05/2018
    • Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach, MO
    Register

    The MAESP Leadership Conference will be held March 3-6, 2018 at Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach, MO.  This conference brings together over 500 principals, superintendents, college professors and Missouri State Department of Education representatives from around the state.

    The exhibit hours are tentatively set for 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Sunday, March 4 and 7:30 am to 12:30 pm on Monday, March 5.  

    Requests for refunds must be made in writing prior to February 1, 2018.  A $50 service fee will be charged on all refunds.  Cancellations made after February 1st will be subject to the full booth rental price.

    If you have any questions concerning the MAESP Leadership Conference or exhibits, please call (573) 638-2460 or email maesp@maesp.com.

    • 07/22/2018
    • 07/24/2018
    • Camden on the Lake, Lake Ozark, MO
    Register

    MAESP is hosting a summer event for all Educational Office Personnel! Join us for the opportunity to network with other administrative support professionals, learn a new skill or two, get an update on school laws that impact your office, and journey to the lake for a couple of days of relaxation and rejuvenation! In July! At the beautiful Camden On The Lake! 


    Conference Sponsors

    Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals (MAESP)
    Missouri Council of School Administrators (MCSA)
    Joel Heman - American Fidelity Assurance Company
    Mark Iglehart - Forrest T. Jones & Company
    Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt P.C.
    Mickes O'Toole, LLC
    Missouri EdCounsel 


    Cancellation Policy:
    Cancellations will be accepted ONLY if received 72 hours (3 business days) or more prior to the conference and will be subject to a $50 administrative charge. Any cancellations not received within 72 hours (3 business days) will be charged the entire fee.

Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals
3550 Amazonas Drive
Jefferson City, MO  65109

Phone: 573-638-2460
Fax:  573-556-6270
maesp@maesp.com

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