Spotlighting the Alabama Association of Middle School Principals (AAMSP)
Since its beginning, the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools (CLAS) has served multiple affiliates representing a gamut of public school or school system leaders. One of these affiliates is the Alabama Association of Middle School Principals (AAMSP).
The Alabama Association of Middle School Principals is a professional organization whose members are dedicated to serving as a voice and a resource for administrators who work with middle level students in Alabama’s public schools. The Association promotes legislation which is in the best interest of our children, education, and the association. The AAMSP is committed to supporting current and aspiring administrators by awarding four $750 scholarships to members who are furthering their education in an administrative field. Throughout the state, district presidents serve by collecting and sharing pertinent information with other middle school principals. If you are not receiving information from your district president, contact information for each president can be found on the CLAS website under the AAMSP leadership section.
President of AAMSP, Cassandra Scott, said "If you are not a member of the AAMSP, I hope you will consider joining this group of professional educational leaders and share in the networking opportunities created through this organization.”
Additionally, Mrs. Scott, said “A special shout-out to Dr. Vic Wilson and the CLAS staff for the outstanding job they do supporting the AAMSP and the other affiliates. The CLAS staff demonstrates its commitment to Alabama school leaders through the many services they offer, with professional learning at the forefront. How rewarding to be a member of CLAS and the AAMSP! Invest in your career!”
CLAS Executive Director, Dr. Vic Wilson, said “AAMSP offers its members resources, and facilitates networking and sharing amongst educators who are passionate about reaching and teaching students during these critical years of life.”
(For more information, please contact Susie Ellison, CLAS Communications Coordinator, at 334.265.3610 or at firstname.lastname@example.org)
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