2019

2019 Press Releases

October

State and National Education Leaders To Convene in “Happy Valley”

(Harrisburg, PA) — More than 200 elementary, middle level and secondary school principals, assistant principals, supervisors, school-related vendors and other education leaders will convene in “Happy Valley” (State College, PA) for the LEAD19 Pennsylvania Principals Conference, October 13-14, 2019, at The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel. This is the 27th annual conference for the association, which is held statewide each October. This year’s conference co-chairs are Stephanie Keebler, Superintendent, Titusville Area School District, and Dr. Kevin Peters, Middle School Principal, Dallastown Area School District.

Click here for full press release.

June

PA Education Leaders to Hold Advocacy Day 2019 in Harrisburg   

(Harrisburg, PA) — A delegation of principals, education leaders and staff from the Pennsylvania Principals Association, the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators (PASA) and the Pennsylvania Association of Rural and Small Schools (PARSS) will participate in PA Education Leaders Advocacy Day 2019 (#paadvocacyday19) on Tuesday, June 18 at the Capitol Building in Harrisburg, Pa., to meet with legislators to address several important issues that are at the forefront of education in the commonwealth. These include: Increasing Basic Education Funding/Special Education Funding/Early Childhood Funding; Revising Act 82: Principal and Teacher Evaluations; Supporting Pre-K Education; Supporting Changes to Pennsylvania’s Compulsory School Attendance Ages; and Supporting and Funding Career and Technical Education.

Click here for full press release.

Member Notice

Welcome to the new PA Principals Association website! Since you were already a member of the old site, this transition should be easy for you.

Existing membership accounts have been transferred to the new membership management platform Wild Apricot. You will now use your email address and a password of your choosing to log in. Your email will be the one you have associated with your membership record which will either be your business email or your personal email. If you cannot get in with your email, you would need to call the office so we can let you know which email you currently have on file.

To set your password, visit this link and enter the email address associated with your account:

https://ppa13.wildapricot.org/Sys/ResetPasswordRequest

This will have the system send you an email containing a link to reset your password. The email may take a few minutes to arrive. Once you have clicked the link and reset your password, you can login to your account at paprincipals.org and access additional materials that are only available to members, as well as manage your own account through the “My Account” tab.

To set your initial password:

  • Visit https://ppa13.wildapricot.org/Sys/ResetPasswordRequest
  • Enter your email address
  • Wait to receive the password reset email
  • Once received, click the link in that email to set your password
  • Now, come back here to click the “Member Login” button and enter your email & password to access your member account