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Middle, high school Principal of the Year nominations sought Print E-mail

OASSA  is currently seeking nominations for Oregon’s principal of the year.  The award, sponsored by NASSP and MetLife, is given each year to an outstanding middle and high school principal. 

To increase participation, OASSA and COSA have shortened the process for the initial round of judging only.  In this way, it is possible to nominate a colleague without their knowledge.  Nominees or nominators should complete all parts of the application except the three essay questions.  The winner will then complete that portion of the application, to be submitted to NASSP.

To qualify, the candidate must be a current active member of both COSA and NASSP, and be active front-line principals in a middle or high school.  All applicants must have served as a principal at one or more middle level or high schools for three years or longer.
The completed application (except the essay questions) is due into the COSA office by Friday, March 12.  Contact COSA staff member Nancy Moen if you have questions.

Click here for the 2010 application.

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