MESPA and MSSAA have worked together to pave the road to create a new unified PK-12 association to be called the Massachusetts School Administrators’ Association (MSAA). The new MSAA will continue to provide the same member services and support that you have come to expect from MESPA, as well as opportunities to connect with colleagues from around the state through social media, blog posts, support groups and institutes/conferences. The MSAA office and meeting space will be located at the current MSSAA and MIAA headquarters in Franklin, MA.
Please complete this form and return it with your method of payment (Purchase Order # or check). Please note that this year’s payment will be made to the Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators Association (MSSAA) because the new name (MSAA) will not take effect until after August 1st, 2017.
What else is new for current MESPA members?
How will elementary members be represented in the new MSAA?
The MESPA Board has submitted nominations for the following positions on the MSAA Board:
In addition, MESPA Executive Director Rick Rogers will serve as a part-time Assistant Director in the new association. Among his primary responsibilities will be to serve as a liaison to the Elementary Committee and to help facilitate the transition of our members into the new association.
Join Your MSAA!
Thirty states across the country offer PK-12 associations. We are excited about the professional learning, services, advocacy and potential for growth that a unified PK-12 association will provide principals across the Commonwealth.