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October is Principals Month

Happy Principals Month! During the month of October, we celebrate YOU - the building leaders - who go above and beyond the call of duty every day. To kick off this great celebration, we'd like to share the Governor's Proclamation of Michigan Principals Month, which you'll find below. Thank you for your service to your schools, students, staff and your community!

WHEREAS, Energetic and inspiring school leadership is essential if Michigan's schools are to prepare students for success both during their K-12 careers and afterward; and,

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PSAT Fall Testing

As many schools prepare to conduct fall testing of PSAT 8, 9,10 and/or 11th it is important to remember to send communication to parents and students regarding the new assessments. I’ve taken the liberty of drafting a letter that you may wish to edit/send to your parent listserv or to post on your website (Word doc version is also attached below). Keep in mind that you will also need to include any adjustments you plan to make in your bell schedule and/or bus schedule if applicable.

School Name Parents,

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AP and the New SAT: What Michigan Principals and Teachers Should Know

Mike Hobolth is the Associate Principal at Lapeer Community Schools, Zemmer Campus and has been an MASSP member since 2002.

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#MASSPchat Recap - Teacher Leadership

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MASSP Podcast - Matt Alley Discusses Student Leadership and College and Career Readiness

In this edition of MASSP’s podcast series Wendy shares the mic with Matt Alley, Director of the Michigan Association of Student Council and Honor Societies (MASC/MAHS). Together they discuss the power of student leadership, college and career readiness and closing the gap with a new statewide student conference, the Career and College Expo.