NASS Mission Statement
The mission of the National Association of School Superintendents is to support and promote our foremost educational leaders by providing continuous opportunities for private collaboration and advancement and access to a growing collection of district and professional resources.
OUR ONLY GOAL IS YOUR SUCCESS!
IDEAS to USE and MEMBERS WHO MAKE US PROUD
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*NEW! 20 No-Cost Employee Recognition Ideas
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*It Pays to Be an Undercover Boss
*Easy & Fun! Honor Businesses and Connect With Your Students
*Use Awards to Promote District Values
*Generate Teacher Rapport and Appreciation Simultaneously
*Reward Your Administrators for Professional Development
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REFLECTIONS ON 2012-2013
by Dr. Michael Richie
2012 NASS Superintendent of the Year
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Annual Evaluation and Contract Renewal
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Take Part in Designing the Process
Most of us dread the annual evaluation and even feel a bit powerless as the process unfolds. There is a better way to go!
Pay Attention to Details
"Control your own destiny or someone else will." ~ Jack Welch
Adopt a Winning Attitude
No matter what you have achieved or how many glowing compliments you’ve been given, it’s not unusual the evaluation to be a shock, particularly in the first year or two. The key to emerging with a stronger bond with the board is to be ready.