What is the membership year?

The membership year is July 1 through June 30. TEPSA does not prorate membership.

 

When is my membership effective?

  • New Members: The membership year begins July 1. If you join after July 1, your membership is effective on the date received in the TEPSA office. Membership forms that are faxed or mailed may take 2-3 weeks for processing.
  • Renewing Members: For continuous professional liability insurance and legal defense coverage,* your renewal form should be received by July 1.

 

How do I renew online?

  • Login.
  • Under My Profile, click on red Renew link next to Membership information in the right navigation menu.
  • Follow the steps on the screen.

How do I pay with a credit card?

To ensure security and privacy, credit payments must be processed online. TEPSA accepts MasterCard, Visa and Discover.

 

How do I sign up for payroll deduction?

See Payroll Deduction

 

What if my school district is paying?

It is the member’s responsibility to follow all district guidelines regarding purchases/payments. A purchase order is required prior to joining/renewing if you wish for your school district to be invoiced. A copy of the purchase order should be provided to TEPSA. Requisition or travel vouchers for POs are not accepted documentation.

Invoices will be mailed to your district for payment. Payment due 30 days from invoice date. All district checks sent to TEPSA must include copies of each member’s application form.

 

Where should I send my payment if I’m not joining/renewing online?

Texas Elementary Principals & Supervisors Association
PO Box 140843
Austin, TX 78714-0843
Fax: 512-478-1502

 

How do I change my membership category?

Select your new membership type when you enroll online or via PDF.

 

Can I transfer my membership to someone else?

No. Membership is non-transferable.

 

Are dues payments a tax deductible business expenses?

Yes, dues payments are a tax deductible business expense.

 

Does TEPSA have a politcal action committee (PAC)?

No portion of your TEPSA dues are used to support political candidates.

 

What are the 2019-2020 benefits of the professional liability and legal defense coverage*?

See Legal Services

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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