News and Notes: At the end of December 2015, Candy Bristow (MASSP Administrative Assistant) will be retiring from the office. The Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals will be searching for an administrative assistant to be one of four employees in a small not-for-profit office setting.
We would like to have applications submitted to our office by October 16th. These applications can be mailed, emailed or faxed to the office. Mail to MASSP, 2409 W. Ash St., Columbia, MO 65203, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 573-445-6416.
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When:Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
Cost:$49 for Non-District Members or $20 for District Members (If you are a non-member and wish to join you can do so by going to the Online Store (www.moassp.org) and click on Membership. You will save $9.)
Time:9:00 am - 1:00 pm (Lunch Provided)
Location:Darr Agricultural Center (Missouri State University), Springfield, MO Parking:Provided at the Darr Center and nearby arena (shuttle will be provided).
Registration is OPEN!
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MASSP Spring Conference 2016
(Lodge of the Four Seasons)
Fall 2013 -Anthony Muhammad - "Getting Everyone on the Bus: Creating Healthy School Culture" Jim Burgett - "The Culture of ZOOM!!"
Spring 2014 -John Draper - "Crucial Conversations about America's Schools" Mark Towers - "Key Principles for You: An Outstanding School Principal"
Fall 2014 - Todd Whitaker - "How to Get All Teachers To Be Like the Best Teachers" Matt Miller - "Everything we do in school and in life sits on the foundation of relationships."
Spring 2015 -Shelley Row - "Infotuition" Jimmy Casas - "Be Tomorrow...Today - Seek to Make an Impact"
Fall 2015 -Dave Weber - "Sticks and Stones Exposed: The Truth Behind Words and Relationships" Daisy Dyer Duerr - "Technology as a Great Equalizer: Empowering Excellence in All Schools for