Supporting Our School Leaders
Being an IASP member comes with its perks! As we strive to provide you with ongoing professional growth and advocacy opportunities, we offer you access to a number of resources to help you excel.
- Available Positions Statewide
LiveBinder Access to Publications:
After the Bell
Advocacy & Our Legislative Action Center
Public education in this nation continues to undergo significant change. Continued collaboration remains critical as we strive to make education a top priority and create a culture that truly values education.
Coaching Program for Principals
The longer you serve as a school administrator, the more situations to which you are exposed. Experience certainly helps in navigating many of these situations, but sometimes it’s helpful to have another seasoned school administrator to provide input and recommendations. IASP’s new coaching program offers just that.
Through weekly communication and four in-person meetings, an IASP coach—who is either a retired or long-sitting school administrator—will:
- Help you plan intentionally so you can focus on the important tasks that need to be completed
- Review your administrative processes and offer suggestions for improvement
- Assist you in finding balance in both your professional and personal life
- Advise on managing relationships and handling communications via social media, newsletters, email, written correspondence or face-to-face
- Offer support, advice and, more importantly, a listening ear
Principal Service Corps
The Principals Service Corps (PSC) is retired school administrators dedicated to supporting principals and to promoting leadership development.
School Climate Audits
School corporations can request a school or multiple school audit. PSC members conduct these audits. A written report is sent to the contract agent, principal or superintendent.
Want an audit?
Principal Program News
Read a quick update on the new PGP requirements enacted under HEA 1002.
Celebrate School Principals' Day, IASP recognizes our great School Principals, know that we are proud to support you! have
Helping the community during schools breaks was the inspiration for these South Newton students.
Make a Lighter Load by working together for service.
Students at Monroe Central Jr. Sr. High School, Parker City, participated in a project using the LTG lesson Be the Change: Life Skills Lesson 3, Money Management. Utilizing $250 from an INSPIRE3 mini grant, students determined an item (bake sale/bracelets, craft, etc.) to sell at a local event of their choice. All proceeds were donated […]
As we spring forward into Daylight Savings Time, the weather transitions to spring, and spring and summer breaks loom in the near future, educators begin seeking strategies to engage their students in their content. Service-learning educates, engages, and empowers students to Be the Change!
As we get into spring, we think about new growth, such as flowers coming up and the grass turning green again. We might also think about cleaning up…..closets, landscaping, and so forth. This might also be a good time to think about cleaning up your administrative habits!
What season is it? For me, and I would guess for many of you, it has been the season of GOAL SETTING. Looking at past data, assessing baseline levels, and establishing yearly goals have consumed much of our leadership team’s work to kick-off the year. The challenge is always to set the expectations high, but with reasonable and attainable goals.