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  • Virtual Learning Made Simpler

    Human Capital, Instructional Leadership

    TEPSA Partner Webinar: Join former school leaders Matt Arend and Chase Vaughn of Boardworks Education for some tips to support your teachers.

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  • TEPSA Presents: The Power of Poetry & Words

    Instructional Leadership

    In this episode of TEPSA Presents, we chat with poet and author Tanner Olson (Written to Speak) about the power of poetry and words. Tanner also shares a great activity you can do with your staff and debuts an exclusive poem!

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  • Battling Childhood Hunger

    Executive Leadership, School Culture

    TEPSA Partner Webinar: Join Principal Katina Martinez as she shares her passion for helping battle childhood hunger on her campus and her community. This episode is presented in partnership with No Kid Hungry.

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  • TEPSA Presents: Handling Discipline

    Executive Leadership, Instructional Leadership

    In this episode of TEPSA Presents we talk with five Principals and Assistant Principals about how they’re handling discipline on their campus. Join Vanikin Leggett, Valerie Arechiga, Allyson Apsey, Joshua Stamper, and Salome Thomas-El for this informative chat!

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  • Celebrating Staff During the Holidays

    School Culture

    TEPSA Partner Webinar: If you’re looking for ideas to celebrate your staff during the holidays, TEPSA has you covered! Join Jose Cortez and Allison Carmichael as they share tangible & virtual gift ideas, as well as fun games and activities!

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  • TEPSA Presents: Leading in the Midst of Uncertainty

    Executive Leadership, Instructional Leadership

    These uncertain times are trying on any leader. In this episode of TEPSA Presents, hear from leaders Jon Flores, LaToya Patterson, Joshua Stamper, Annette Sanchez, and Matthew Gutierrez how they’re making it work.

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The Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA), whose hallmark is educational leaders learning with and from each other, has served Texas PK-8 school leaders since 1917. Member owned and member governed, TEPSA has more than 5,900 members who direct the activities of 3 million PK-8 school children. TEPSA is an affiliate of the National Association of Elementary School Principals.

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