“It changed me as a principal and saved my career. I was so isolated and, unbeknownst to me, I was just coasting. Having the opportunity to connect with principals from across the world and engage them in discussion is very powerful for your practice.”
—Kip Motta, Principal of Rich Middle School, Laketown, Utah
After a year of remarkable challenges, our school leaders urgently need to recharge, renew, and learn from peers for the school year ahead. Attend the 2021 National Principals Conference (NPC) with your district’s principals and assistant principals July 14–16 to strengthen your schools. No other professional development event puts school leaders at the forefront of professional learning like NPC.
We encourage you and your district’s principals and assistant principals to join us online, July 14–16, for NPC21.
Please note that the complimentary member rate only applies to individual and institutional members of NASSP. Retired and associate members are not eligible to receive complimentary registration.
*Not an NASSP member? You can join NASSP for just $250**, then register on this page at the complimentary member rate—a savings of $149 off the nonmember rate of $399, AND with all the added continuing benefits of NASSP membership.
**Individuals in following states will pay both NASSP and state dues at checkout: AK, HI, ID, MD, MS, MT, NM, PA, RI, TN, VA, WA, WV, WY.
Remember, NPC isn’t just for principals.
Workshops are also led by your peers—practicing superintendents just like you.
Featured Session: The Impact of 30-Second Moments
Nine hundred and sixty. That is the number of 30-second increments we get in an 8-hour day. Nine hundred and sixty chances to change a life. Nine hundred and sixty opportunities to share a story. Nine hundred and sixty times to make a student, parent, or community member feel like they are part of your school. Moments have the ability to stick in our brains forever. A sight, smell, or taste brings us back to our childhood. We have a responsibility to be intentional about how we utilize these moments. The simple fact is this—you will be remembered; the only question is how. Every 30 seconds matters.
Joe SanfelippoSuperintendent, Fall Creek School District, Fall Creek, WI