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School Leaders,

It was my honor and privilege to celebrate you in Crystal City.  As a career teacher, I know you are in the most influential role in a district. You are amazing, especially earning this honor during a pandemic. You, with other school leaders, hold the power to create a safe and inviting environment for staff and students to learn and grow.  As recognized exemplar leaders in your state, you have an opportunity to impact your broader school community and education in general.  I look forward to continued engagement with you.

Below you will find the following;
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and find some time for yourself.
Best,
Tami

Tami Fitzgerald
Director, Recognition and Engagement
(240) 332-8943
NASSP | National Association of Secondary School Principals

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Ignite 2023
To you fabulous leaders—have you seen my recent Tweet? The past few years have been marked by radical change—to the principalship, to education, and most importantly, to you and your students’ needs. The job of being a school leader has changed—and so has @NASSP’s national #Ignite23 conference. Register at https://ignite.nassp.org/.
 
Also, with your talent and expertise in engaging people, and after meeting you at our recent Illuminate extravaganza, I am personally inviting you to submit a Call for Proposal to present at Ignite23 in July 2023.  Click on the Ignite23 Call for Proposals and submit now!  Deadline is November 30. Looking forward to reconnecting in Denver, CO! 

 
Robyn
Robyn Hamasaki, Director of Leading & Learning

 
Call for Proposal Ignite
Principal Leadership Magazine
I’m the Editor of NASSP’s Principal Leadership magazine. We’re starting to plan the April issue, and the theme will be student voice. We’re eager to feature articles by your amazing students. I’m writing to ask that you encourage them to submit an article on a topic of their choosing for this special issue. Articles can focus on any topic that relates to school. To give you a sense of what we’re looking for, I’ve included links below to terrific articles from last year’s issue on student voice.
 
Articles must be between 1,000 and 1,200 words and should be emailed as word documents to
 dubinj@nassp.org. Articles will be edited for clarity, length, and style. Submissions are due Jan. 6. 
Please reach out to me if you have any questions or would like more information. 

I hope to hear from your incredible students and look forward to reading their drafts!
 
Best,
Jennifer Dubin
Editor

P: 240-687-0988 | F: 703-476-5432
Travel Reimbursement 
If you incurred travel expenses for attending the POY APOY Celebration, download this form and complete it.   For each expense, you must include receipt or map showing mileage. We will then process the reimbursement and send you a check. NASSP has covered your hotel costs and your flights, if you used our travel agent.

Send completed expense form to Meta Viers, viersm@nassp.org, and Cheryl LaBarre, labarrec@nassp.org, by Wednesday, November 30, 2022.
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