WASA provides ongoing, in-depth professional learning opportunities for every member.
Members benefit from a supportive community of professional leaders working to provide and sustain a positive impact on legislative and community leaders.
WASA believes the commitment of resources to the education and welfare of children is an investment in quality of our future.
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May 16, 2023 | Des Moines, WA
WASA, Washington Schools Risk Management Pool, and Clear Risk are partnering to provide a full-day workshop Transforming the Trend: The Evolution of Sexual Assault and Molestation in Schools from Complacency to Prevention and Survivor-focused Compass
April 30–May 2 | Lake Chelan
This three-day learning experience will feature three amazing keynote speakers: Kim Samuel, Jimmy Casas, and Alyssa Gallagher.
April 29 | Lake Chelan
This full day learning experience will feature Julie Jangawala, author of The Human Side of Changing Education: How to Lead Change with Clarity, Conviction and Courage and Founder and Executive Director of The Institute for the Future of Learning
March 28 | Virtual
Learn about best practices in the field and discover how these tools can help streamline administrative tasks, enhance teaching practices, and improve student outcomes. Come prepared to engage in a lively discussion and leave with actionable ideas.
April 25, 26, and 27 | Across WA
The workshops are one-day events that will be repeated at three locations across the state and districts are encouraged to bring their entire bargaining team to this valuable training. The workshop includes a working lunch.
May 4, May 18, & June 1 | Virtual
Join us for an amazing book study featuring the book The Lighthouse Effect by Steve Pemberton. Steve will be the opening speaker at this year’s WASA/AWSP Summer Conference in Spokane in June!
Jun 25–27 | Spokane
Shine a light on the accomplishments of the 2022–23 school year. Sessions will focus on innovation, inclusion belonging, effective teams, social emotional learning, culture, systems, operations, and academic success.
September–May | Virtual
This academy will provide guidance & encouragement for educators considering or pursuing their first role at the central office.
Throughout the 2023 Legislative Session, Assistant Executive Director Dan Steele will be posting short, informative podcast episodes on a regular basis. This podcast focuses on key legislative issues to keep WASA members informed of hot topics and emerging conversations in Olympia.
Listen to the most recent podcasts directly below.
Also listen to Previous episodes
Budget Week is here! The Revenue Forecast was updated today, and we have scheduled budget releases. Priority bills also continue to move.
Action resumes in committee, as K–12 priorities move. At the same time, we anxiously await budget releases coming next week.
House of origin cutoff arrives this week, with major movement on key K–12 priorities.
The house of origin policy and fiscal committee cutoffs have passed and action moves to the Floor. In the last two weeks our major priorities have been drastically changed, but we also saw some good news, too.
The house of origin policy cutoff came last Friday, with the fiscal committee coming this Friday. There has been frenetic activity as legislators try to beat the clock. K–12 priority bills continue to move--with major adjustments.
Washington Association of School Administrators
WASA is committed to the development of quality education through professional leadership.
Members benefit from a supportive community of professional leaders working to provide and sustain a positive impact on legislative and community leaders to meet the demands of school administrators in Washington State.
WASA offers four flexible Membership options.
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WASA thanks our Corporate Partners. Their support of our organization enables us to provide valuable professional development opportunities. Many of our corporate partners engage in local community and school activities and programs. Their commitment to youth is appreciated.