Middle Level national conference headed to Minneapolis: November 7-9, 2013
behalf of the Association for Middle Level Education (formerly National
Middle School Association), and the Minnesota Middle School
Association,we invite you to
experience the most valuable national professional development
opportunity for any type of educator who works with grades 5-9: the 40th
Annual Conference for Middle Level Education.
This conference offers
nationally known speakers, classroom and administrative practitioners,
and university personnel presenting hundreds of sessions around the most
critical topics for middle level education (see below) Rates are an
exceptional value, and special offers for whole district, whole school,
and teams make it feasible to send lots of staff! As you consider your
school calendar for the 2013-2014 school year, we encourage you to
include November 7-9, 2013, in your staff development plans and take
advantage of this rare opportunity to improve instruction and raise test
Friday, November 8, 2013 would be a perfect day to plan
professional development for elementary and senior high staff at home,
and to maximize this opportunity to provide amazing middle level
professional development for your middle school staff at a national
venue without air fare or exorbitant hotel costs.
Be sure to budget to
send a cadre of middle level experts to this conference---and watch for
the chance to submit proposals to present---Minnesota Middle Schools
have a lot of great things happening!!!
For more information about the 2013 conference in Minneapolis, MN go to www.amle.org/MN
local contacts for conference information include three members of the
Minnesota Middle School Association Board.
Association for Middle Level Education, formerly the National Middle School Association
No matter the grade configuration of your school, or your role, if you
work with young adolescents in grades 5-9, this is an opportunity you
can't afford to miss!
For a print-ready Save the Date flyer, scroll down.
Meeting the needs of:
Teachers Principals Assistant Principals Superintendents State Education Department Personnel Curriculum Coordinator or Directors Chief State School Officers University Professor/ Administrators College Students/ Pre-Service Teachers Consultants Counselors District Office Personnel Grant Writers Librarians Media Specialists Music Directors Athletic Directors/Coachs School Improvement Coordinators
Mission: The Minnesota Elementary School Principals' Association is dedicated to promoting and improving education for children and youth, strengthening the role as educational leader for elementary and middle level principals, and collaborating with partners in education to assist in achieving these goals.
Leading schools toward excellence through the MESPA vision to be the premiere resource for preparing today's principals for tomorrow and a strong leading voice for public education.
Minnesota Elementary School Principals' Association