October 6-8, 2019 – Austin Omni Southpark Hotel

Explore discipline, legal, leadership and career strategies while growing your professional network! Featuring:

Todd Nesloney

Todd Nesloney
Award Winning Educator, Author and International Speaker

Kevin Curtis

Kevin Curtis
National Educators for Restorative Practice Founder

Kevin Lungwitz

Kevin Lungwitz
TEPSA Outside General Counsel

Registration Information

Fee includes dinner on Sunday, Monday’s breakfast and lunch, and Tuesday’s breakfast.

  • Member – $299 (Register by September 20 and pay $249)
  • Nonmember – $359 (Register by September 20 and pay $309)

Hotel Information

Austin Omni Southpark
Make your reservations directly with hotel at 512-448-2222.

  • TEPSA room rates: $125 single, $159 double, $179 triple, $199 quad
  • Room block cut-off date: September 6, 2019

Tentative Schedule

Sunday, October 6
2:30-3:30pm Conference Check-in
3:30-5:30pm Session 1: Todd Nesloney
5:45-6:45pm Session 2: @TEPSATalk Dinner with Mark Terry, Belinda Neal and Todd Nesloney

Monday, October 7
8-8:30am Breakfast and Coffee
8:30-11:30am Session 3: Kevin Lungwitz
11:45am-12:45pm Session 4: Lunch with National Assistant Principal of the Year for Texas
1-4pm Session 5: Kevin Curtis

Tuesday, October 8
8-8:30am Breakfast and Coffee
8:30-11:30am Session 6: Apple Educators

“I enjoyed the conference and loved networking with other assistant principals across the state,” -2018 AP Conference Attendee

“I really enjoyed the conference, it was very informative!” -2018 AP Conference Attendee

“Loved all the conference components. Learned alot!” -2018 AP Conference Attendee

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

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