Alaska Association of Elementary School Principals
AAESP serves elementary, middle school, and K-12 administrators as well as curriculum directors, university professors, and a variety of other educational leaders around the State of Alaska.
NAESP National Conference
Join principals from around the country at the NAESP National Conference. It is going to be a great place for professional development and collaboration. We hope to see you there! If you are not an AAESP member, join today at half price so you can register for the conference at the member rate.
What does AAESP do?
AAESP is a professional association that represents principals at the federal, state and local level to encourage legislation and regulations which strengthen American education.
AAESP provides the opportunity for principals to attend the Alaskan Fall Principals' Conference where nationally recognized speakers are keynoting and provides the opportunity to brainstorm with other principals from around the state to help determine policy, goals, and educational priorities for the year.
AAESP encourages participation in the National Leaders Conference, Alaska Legislative Fly-in, attendance at other in-services and the NAESP National Convention & Exposition.
If you would like to join AAESP for this school year (new or returning members) please email us at email@example.com and we will send you a membership form right away!
Welcome to the new AAESP Executive Director ~ Jennifer Schmitz
Jennifer just retired after 28 years in the Anchorage School District as both a teacher and a principal. She has served in a variety of positions on our board over the years and is looking forward to working with the principals in our organization from across the state. Together, along with Jennifer, our board is focused on increasing membership and providing support to our members. Please feel free to contact Jennifer, or any of our board members with any questions or needs you may have.
Who is AAESP?
YOU ARE! Those dedicated individuals working and supporting education in the State of Alaska.
There is an executive board elected to serve AAESP. Each person on the board is here to help support our mission and to support individual leaders around the state.
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Kenai, AK 9961
Phone (907) 776-2600
Fax (907) 776-8423
OUR AFFILIATE ORGANIZATIONS
Working in partnership to provide the best possible support to education administrators in Alaska.
Being a member of AAESP also means you are a member of these two great organizations. This gives us a stronger and more unified voice at both the state and local levels.
Alaska Council of School Administrators
As a non-profit, tax exempt corporation established in 1973, the Alaska Council of School Administrators (ACSA) was created to serve as an umbrella for four of Alaska’s premier educational leadership organizations.
ACSA’s unifying purpose is to support educational leaders through professional forums, provide a voice that champions possibilities for all students and purposeful advocacy for public education. ACSA comprises professional educational leaders of Alaska’s schools and school systems.
National Association of Elementary School Prinicpals
The mission of NAESP Is to lead in the advocacy and support for elementary and middle level principals and other education leaders in their commitment for all children. NAESP advocates for the support principals need to be successful 21st century leaders—to achieve the highest results for children, families, and communities. And, we support the continual development of our members—principals in many different stages of their careers—through benefits, and awards.
All of our activities are designed to help principals and learning communities achieve desired results for every child.
Eligibility for nominees:
• is a member of NAESP prior to submitting their application in May;
• is an active principal of a school in which a commitment to excellence is clearly evident;
• has been an active principal for at least five years;
• will remain in active service in a position of school leadership during the school year in which he/she will serve as NDP;
• shows a strong commitment to the principalship through active membership in professional associations;
• is respected by students, colleagues, parents, and the community at large;
• assumes an active role in his/her community, distinguishing himself/herself as a leader in civic, religious, or humanitarian activities;
• shows strong educational leadership by setting high expectations for school staff and students; and
• maintains an orderly, purposeful learning environment.
ALL completed applications are due by FEBRUARY 24, 2020 to Lynn Mayberry-Burke, Vice-President AAESP at Mayberry_Lynn@asdk12.org for review by the AAESP NDP Selection Committee. We will work with our Alaska National Distinguished Principal to complete a final online application to NAESP by May 8, 2020.
Alaska's National Distinguished Principals
MEET SOME OF THE PAST NDP'S FROM ALASKA
Here are some links to connect and support you as a member of AAESP.
National Association of Elementary School Principals
Alaska Council of School Administrators
Alaska Staff Development Network
AAESP Facebook Page
Alaska Principals' Conference Facebook Page
National Distinguished Principal Info
We LOVE to hear from our members! You can contact any one of us on the board. If you have membership questions, are looking to get more involved, or are just looking for a point of contact, you can send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
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