Massachusetts Elementary School Principals' Association
Massachusetts Elementary School Principals' Association


  • This Week’s Blog Post: “What Stories Will You Make Possible This Year?”

    By Thomas Martellone, Principal of the Fiske School in Lexington https://mespa2016.wordpress.com/2016/09/17/what-stories-will-you-make-possible-this-year/ Storytelling can play an important role in leadership.  Principals help “tell the story” of their schools. In this inspirational piece, Tom reflects not just on the stories he hopes to tell this year, but also on the stories he hopes will be made possibleRead more →

  • MESPA Fall Conference: The Connected Leader

    MESPA Fall Conference:  “The Connected Leader” Keynote Speaker: Alan November Thursday, November 3, 2016 MESPA Educational Center in Marlborough Alan November is a leading thinker and international leader in the area of educational technology.  His annual “Building Learning Communities” summer conference in Boston attracts educators from all over the world. Come hear Alan talk aboutRead more →

  • NEW: Regional Support Groups for Principals

    Principals Supporting Principals: Join Our New Regional Principals’ Support Groups Groups begin in October, so join today! These new groups are intended to provide our members with support and professional learning to develop their leadership dispositions and skills.  We know that principals benefit from having a safe and confidential place to share ideas and getRead more →

  • exSEL: Statewide Focus on Social Emotional Learning

    Our website is now LIVE! Visit www.exselmass.org. The site contains the coalition’s key messaging about the need for SEL, the benefits of SEL, and the coalition’s recommendations for expanding SEL statewide.   We invite you to join the conversation. The site features a Discussion Forum, in which educators and others can post questions, ideas, resources,Read more →

  • Upcoming Workshops at MESPA

    Offered in Partnership with Ribas Associations In-Person Workshops for Teachers and Principals September 22: Creating a Socially, Emotionally, and Academically Appropriate Classroom for Advanced and Gifted Learners September 27: Working with Students with Behavioral Issues September 29: Overview of Disabling Conditions in the Classroom October 13: Eight Brain-based Teaching Strategies for Developing the Cognitive ContextRead more →

  • Leadership Coaching Program – Updated for 2016-17

    The purpose of the MESPA Leadership Coaching Program is to enhance the capacity of school leaders to guide and direct sustained improvement of teaching and learning and the conditions under which they occur. Coaching can be beneficial for all school leaders – not just those who are new. Even Tom Brady has a quarterback coach!Read more →


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