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Principal Service Corps

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The Principals Service Corps (PSC) is retired school administrators dedicated to supporting principals and to promoting leadership development.


Links to The Five Major Areas of Service:
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1. Conducting School Climate Audits

School corporations can request a school or multiple school audit. PSC members and other selected past educators will conduct these audits.  The handbook will be emailed from the IASP office to the principal or superintendent after an audit date is scheduled.

An onsite school audit is $600 minimum per school of up to 500 student enrollment. An additional $100 per 100 student enrollment to a maximum of $1,000

An online school audit is a minimum of $400 per school up to 500 students, and $100 per additional 100 students up to a maximum of $1000.

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2. Mentoring

A list of PSC members is available, upon request, to mentor new administrators (principals or assistant principals) in their first or second year.

There is no fee unless corporation agrees to provide agreed upon expenses.

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3. Substitute or Interim Administrators

A list of available PSC administrators can be obtained from the IASP office.  For volunteers that are within one hour’s drive of interested school or corporation requiring interim assistance please contact Penny Moss, 317-891-9900 ext. 211 or pmoss@iasp.org. Penny, with Bob Pychinka assisting, can provide additional recommendations beyond the list if necessary.[/ig_text][ig_text el_title=” PERT” div_margin_top=”10″ div_margin_bottom=”10″ enable_dropcap=”no” disabled_el=”no” ]4. PERT – Principal Emergency Relief Team

Regional retired principals teams (PSC Advisory Board Member plus 2 others) will come to a school during an emergency situation (disaster) to aid school providing whatever service is needed for a short period of time.  There is not cost for this service.

 

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5. The Indianapolis Children’s Museum

Bob Pychinka
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