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


  • MALeads EdCamp is coming – Saturday, February 4

    Open to all Educators! Sign up (FREE) at: http://tinyurl.com/EdCampMALeadsRead more →

  • Call for Spring Conference Proposals!

    MESPA Spring Conference CALL FOR PROPOSALS To submit a proposal, go to: Spring Call for Proposals. Proposals are due by February 1st. We invite school leaders and teams to present during the concurrent break-out sessions at our Spring Conference.  Share your craft knowledge and best practice with colleagues. There is no required theme for theseRead more →

  • Spring Conference Speakers Announced

    MESPA Spring Conference New Time of Year: March 22-24 New Location: Devens Common Center           Kelly Pollitt, NAESP Chief Strategist, Policy and Alliances Todd Nesloney, Co-Author of “Kids Deserve It” Rob Evans, Author of “The Human Side of Change” This year’s Spring Conference will include different perspectives on leading innovation and change.  Kelly Pollitt willRead more →

  • Fall Principal View Now Available

    Check out the latest Principal View at: Principal View Fall 2016Read more →

  • MESPA & Ribas Associates Offer Workshops for Teachers

    Remaining Teacher Workshops (8:30-3:00 @ MESPA Education Center unless otherwise noted) Click on titles for details.  Register at http://mespa.org/workshops/ Closing Achievement Gaps for Special Education and Minority Students Tuesday, January 24, 2017 Teaching and Reaching Students with Autism Through Effective Teams Friday, January 27, 2017 Working in Classrooms with Students with Neurological and Emotional DisordersRead 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 →


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