Build Your Professional Network with TEPSA

Whether you’re building your professional network, growing your leadership skills or furthering TEPSA’s mission, volunteering ensures you’ll gain as much as you contribute to the profession.

Advocate for Principals and Students

Contact lawmakers and represent PK-8 school leaders and students. Join the Legislative Network to stay on top of legislation and make your voice heard. Contact Mark.

Join Standing Committees

Share ideas and provide feedback in the areas of advocacy, programs and services, or membership, marketing and public relations. Standing Committees, a diverse group of members throughout the state, are appointed by the TEPSA president. One meeting is required each year. Contact Ann.

Run for State Office

Serving on the Board of Directors or TEPSA Standing Committee makes you eligible to serve as a state officer. Contact Karen.

Write for TEPSA

Share the great things you’ve discovered by contributing articles and information about best practices, innovative projects or useful resources. Contact Belinda.

Be a TEPSA Ambassador

Serve as your school district liaison. Help principals and assistant principals in your TEPSA region by making connections answering questions and sharing resources.

  • Greet attendees at TEPSA Summer Conference registration. Contact Ann.
  • Serve as a topic session chairperson to provide a link between the speaker and TEPSA staff. A prime seat is guaranteed! Contact Joni.

Share Your Knowledge

Present a session at Summer Conference. Practicing administrators share expertise focused on the seven leadership strands for Texas principals. Contact Belinda.

Make a Difference Locally

Contact your Region President for information about volunteer opportunities in your area.

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.

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