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Thursday, October 13, 2005 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)—More than 225 elementary, middle level and secondary school principals, assistant principals and supervisors will convene in King of Prussia for the thirteenth annual conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PA Principals Association) to be held October 23-25, 2005, at the Valley Forge Radisson / Scanticon Hotel & Convention Center.

According to Thomas W. Sigafoos, principal at Ridge Park Elementary School in the Colonial School District and the 2005 conference chairperson, "This year's theme, No PRINCIPAL Left Behind, was deliberately selected to parallel the No Child Left Behind initiative. Issues such as accountability for student achievement, assessment, rigorous curricula and innovative approaches are being addressed in this year's program."

Dr. Gerald L. Zahorchak, Acting Secretary of Education for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, has been selected to receive the PA Principals Association's prestigious Educational Excellence Award. The honor is given annually to a citizen of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who has made significant contributions to the attainment of education excellence in the state's elementary and secondary schools. Dr. Zahorchak has demonstrated a sincere commitment to the quality of public education in the Commonwealth. The award will be presented to Dr. Zahorchak during the PA Principals Association's annual banquet (6:30 p.m. on Monday, October 24, 2005).

In addition to the more than 85 vendors exhibiting their wares for schools and classrooms, a multitude of professional and informational breakout sessions and keynote addresses will be presented to attendees during the three-day conference. Dr. Michael Pladus, superintendent of schools in the School District of Upper Dublin, former principal and recipient of the 1999 NASSP/MetLife National Secondary Principal of the Year Award, will present "The Lessons of a Lifetime: Observations and Insights on the Principalship," in the First General Session on Sunday, October 23, 2005.

Dr. Daniel Gottlieb, Philadelphia area psychologist/family therapist, motivational speaker and author will speak on "Maintaining Our Humanity in Stressful Times" at the Second General Session on Monday, October 24, 2005.

Also, on Monday, October 24, Salome Thomas-EL, educator, chess coach and author of I Choose to Stay, will present the third general session, "Why We Choose to Stay: The Power of the Principal."

As the final general session speaker on Monday, October 24, Michael I. Levin, Esq., PA Principals Association's chief legal counsel and president of Levin Legal Group in Huntingdon, Pa., will present the annual "School Law Update."

"The Original" Mike Smith, will take the conference theme, "No PRINCIPAL Left Behind," and bring it to life at the final general session on Tuesday, October 25, 2005. Smith, known as an "edutainer," is a motivational speaker, leadership trainer and author.

Other distinguished speakers and guests include the president of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, David Vodila, who is the principal at Red Lion High School in Red Lion, Pa., and Susan E. Masterson, the president of the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP).

For further information or to schedule an interview or photo opportunity, please contact Sheri Thompson, PA Principals Association director of communications at (717) 732-4999 or
e-mail: sherit@paprincipals.org.

PA Principals Association's mission: The Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals is dedicated to assuring that every Pennsylvania child receives the very best education possible. In carrying out this mission, the association recognizes that the early elementary years are most crucial to successful lifelong learning, that appropriate middle level programs are essential for successful adolescent maturation and development and that strong high school programs are critical for preparing youth for successful entry and transition into adulthood.

PA Principals Association recognizes an obligation to make continuing contributions toward strengthening the principalship and the profession. The association is committed to providing critical professional growth opportunities through training programs, opportunities for constructive professional mentoring and relationships, publications, conferences and professional meetings and activities aimed at helping aspiring principals in reaching their goals and practicing principals to hone their skills.

 
Thursday, October 28, 2004 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)—Ronald W. Dufalla, Ph.D., principal of Brentwood High School in the Brentwood Borough School District, and outgoing president of the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PA Principals Association), was honored by his peers and guests at the twelfth annual state principals' conference in Pittsburgh. Dr. Dufalla was presented with a plaque and a ring for his exemplary service to the association during 2003-2004 at the annual banquet held at the Sheraton Station Square Hotel on Monday evening, October 25, 2004.

Dr. Dufalla served as the first president of the newly-consolidated PA Principals Association. In October 2003, the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary School Principals (PAESP) and the Pennsylvania Association of Secondary School Principals (PASSP) merged to form the PA Principals Association. He currently serves the association as immediate past president.

Dr. Dufalla has been an educator for more than 28 years. He began his career as a social studies teacher in Fox Chapel High School and Brentwood Junior-Senior High School. He then became the assistant principal at Brentwood Junior-Senior High School and Brentwood Middle-High School from 1986-1996. He also served as principal of Brentwood Middle-High School from 1996-1999.

Dr. Dufalla received a bachelor of science degree in social studies education from Edinboro State College. He received a master of science degree in secondary education from Duquesne University and a Ph.D. in educational administration from the University of Pittsburgh.

Dr. Dufalla is involved in many professional and community organizations. Some of these include the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, the Pennsylvania Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, the Pennsylvania School Boards Association, the Western Pennsylvania Principals' Academy, the Alumni Association of the University of Pittsburgh and the Alumni Association of Edinboro University.

He has been married for 27 years to Debbie, a full-time, "stay-at-home mom." They have two children: Stephen, 22, and Theresa, 11. They reside in McKeesport, Pa.

Susan Stewart, recently retired as the division chief for candidate evaluation services in the Bureau of Teacher Certification in the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE), was also honored with the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals' prestigious Educational Excellence Award during the banquet. The honor is given annually to a citizen of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who has made significant contributions to the attainment of educational excellence in the state's elementary and secondary schools. Ms. Stewart has demonstrated a sincere commitment to the quality of public education in the Commonwealth.

PA Principals Association's mission: The Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals is dedicated to assuring that every Pennsylvania child receives the very best education possible. In carrying out this mission, the association recognizes that the early elementary years are most crucial to successful lifelong learning, that appropriate middle level programs are essential for successful adolescent maturation and development and that strong high school programs are critical for preparing youth for successful entry and transition into adulthood.

PA Principals Association recognizes an obligation to make continuing contributions toward strengthening the principalship and the profession. The association is committed to providing critical professional growth opportunities through training programs, opportunities for constructive professional mentoring and relationships, publications, conferences and professional meetings and activities aimed at helping aspiring principals in reaching their goals and practicing principals to hone their skills.

 
Tuesday, March 16, 2004 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)—The Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PA Principals Association) is pleased to announce that David Vodila, a PA Principals Association member and principal of Red Lion Area High School, has been elected as the 2004-2005 President-Elect of the 33,000-member National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), Reston, Va.

Vodila was elected by a group of his peers during the NASSP National Convention & Exposition, February 27 - March 1, 2004, in Orlando, Fla. He will take over as President of the national association in 2005-2006. As NASSP president-elect, Vodila will lead an organization committed to providing a "national voice" on issues of the principalship to the halls of Congress, the White House and the news media.

According to Vodila, "The principal is essential to the well-being of the students in our nation's schools. Our Association is vital to providing principals with the tools needed to complete their mission, and to protect the students that have been placed in their care."

Vodila served the PA Principals Association (formerly the Pennsylvania Association of Secondary School Principals) as past president, president, president-elect, NASSP coordinator and as a member of the Executive Board. He was named Pennsylvania's Principal of the Year in 1993 and received the prestigious Mamana Meritorious Service Award from the state secondary principals' association in 2001. In 2000, he was responsible for originating the Pennsylvania Emergency Response Team (PERT).

Nationally, Vodila served on the NASSP Board of Directors since 2000, was chairman of the NASSP Finance Committee, a member of the NASSP Steering Committee and a member of the National Principals' Emergency Response Team.

Vodila has been the principal at Red Lion Area High School since 1995. He also served as principal of Slippery Rock High School (1981-1995) and was the assistant principal at Washington High School (1976-1981).

He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.

For further information or to schedule an interview, please contact Sheri Thompson, PA Principals Association Director of Communications at (717) 732-4999 or e-mail sherit@paprincipals.org.

PA Principals Association's mission is to: Assist members in fulfilling their role as instructional leaders and effective managers who promote the best educational program for all students; give members an effective voice in the educational decision-making process at the local, state and national levels; and improve members' working conditions so that their rights are protected, their job descriptions are reasonable, the importance of their instructional leadership role is recognized and their salaries and fringe benefits are equitable.

 
Sunday, October 5, 2003 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)— Paula K. Hess, D.Ed., senior advisor to the Speaker of the House and the Majority Leader in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, has been selected to receive the prestigious Educational Excellence Award for 2003 from the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PA Principals Association). The award, given annually, recognizes a Pennsylvanian who has made significant contributions to public education and who continues to demonstrate a sincere commitment to quality education for all the children of the Commonwealth. The award will be presented to Dr. Hess in a special ceremony during the banquet at PA Principals Association's eleventh annual state conference, Monday, October 20, 2003, at the Radisson Penn Harris Hotel, Camp Hill, Pa..

Dr. Hess has had a long-term career in the education, political and legislative arenas, beginning as a teacher in the Cornwall-Lebanon School District and as a curriculum coordinator at the Refugee Basic School for Indochinese refugee students at Ft. Indiantown Gap. She has also worked for the Pennsylvania State Education Association and the Pennsylvania Association of School Administrators. In 1982, Dr. Hess became the director of legislation in the office of the Republican Majority Leader/Republican Whip, Rep. Samuel E. Hayes, Jr. She has been working in the House of Representatives in some management capacity ever since.

She received a bachelor of arts in sociology and secondary education from Lebanon Valley College and a master's of education (elementary education) from the Pennsylvania State University. Additionally, she earned a doctorate in education administration from the Pennsylvania State University.

Dr. Hess is a member of Pi Gamma Mu (National Social Science Honor Society) and Phi Delta Kappa Education Honor Society. She was named in Who's Who of American Women in 1994 and received the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Education Special Award in 1975.

PA Principals Association's mission is to: Assist members in fulfilling their role as instructional leaders and effective managers who promote the best educational program for all students; give members an effective voice in the educational decision-making process at the local, state and national levels; and improve members' working conditions so that their rights are protected, their job descriptions are reasonable, the importance of their instructional leadership role is recognized and their salaries and fringe benefits are equitable.

 
Sunday, October 5, 2003 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)—More than 200 elementary and secondary school principals will convene in Camp Hill for the eleventh annual conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PA Principals Association) to be held October 19-21, 2003, at the Radisson Penn Harris Hotel.

Dr. Paula K. Hess has been selected to receive the PA Principals Association's prestigious Educational Excellence Award. The honor is given annually to a citizen of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who has made significant contributions to the attainment of education excellence in the state's elementary and secondary schools. Dr. Hess has demonstrated a sincere commitment to the quality of public education in the Commonwealth. The award will be presented to Dr. Hess during the PA Principals Association's annual banquet
(6 p.m. on Monday, October 20, 2003).

 

In addition to the more than 70 vendors exhibiting their wares for schools and classrooms, a multitude of professional and informational breakout sessions and keynote addresses will be presented to attendees during the three-day conference. Carl P. Beard, Esq., is a partner in the law firm of Andrews & Beard in Altoona and practices in the areas of labor, employment and school and municipal law. Beard formerly served as the legal counsel for the Pennsylvania Schools Boards Association. He will present the "School Law Update" during the first general session on Sunday, October 19, 2003.

Dr. Douglas Reeves, chairman and founder of the Center for Performance Assessment, will discuss "Standards and Accountability for Individual Student Progress" on Monday, October 20, 2003, at the second general session. Schools throughout the United States and in several other countries are transforming their approach to standards, assessment and accountability by using Dr. Reeves' practical popular books and video series. Dr. Reeves has published 14 books, and he is the author of the best-selling, Making Standards Work, now in its third edition.

In the third general session on Tuesday, October 21, 2003, Jamie Vollmer, a speaker/consultant who works to increase community support for public education, will deliver a keynote address titled, "You Cannot Do This Alone." Vollmer is a former corporate CEO and attorney who now works to halt the erosion of public trust in public schools. He is president of Vollmer & Associates, Inc., in Fairfield, Iowa.

For further information or to schedule an interview or photo opportunity, please contact
Sheri Thompson, PA Principals Association Director of Communications at (717) 732-4999 or e-mail sherit@paprincipals.org.

PA Principals Association's mission is to: Assist members in fulfilling their role as instructional leaders and effective managers who promote the best educational program for all students; give members an effective voice in the educational decision-making process at the local, state and national levels; and improve members' working conditions so that their rights are protected, their job descriptions are reasonable, the importance of their instructional leadership role is recognized and their salaries and fringe benefits are equitable.

 
Monday, November 4, 2002 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)—Frank P. Galicki, principal of Dallas Senior High School in the Dallas School District, and outgoing president of the Pennsylvania Association of Secondary School Principals (PASSP), was honored by his peers and guests at the tenth annual state principals' conference in Reading. Galicki was presented with a plaque and a ring for his exemplary service to the association as president during 2001-2002 at the annual banquet held at the Reading Sheraton Hotel on Monday evening, October 21, 2002.
 
Galicki currently serves PASSP as immediate past president, and has served as the chair of the Pennsylvania Associations of Elementary and Secondary School Principals' Joint Management Committee. He is a former president-elect, president and immediate past president of PASSP, as well as a member of the conference committee (1994-present) and the East I Regional Representative (1993-1997). 

Galicki began his career in education as a social studies teacher at Northwest High School. He served as an assistant principal at Berwick and Dallas high schools. He has been principal at Dallas Senior High School since 1984.

In addition to being a member of PASSP and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), he is a member of the Pennsylvania State Education Association, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and the Pennsylvania School Boards Association.
  
During Galicki's tenure as PASSP president and past president, the Pennsylvania Principals' Emergency Response Team (PERT) was created. A cadre of principals has been trained and is prepared and available to principals who need assistance in crisis management and natural disasters. He also assisted with the creation of the Pennsylvania Educational Leadership Foundation (PELF), the foundation of the PA Principals Association.
  
Galicki has been a PIAA official in basketball, baseball and football for the past 25 years. He has umpired professionally for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Red Barons and has officiated professional football in the Empire Football League for the past 12 years.

For the past 12 years, Galicki has been a Eucharistic minister at the Ascension Roman Catholic Church in Mocanaqua, Pa. He also teaches fifth and sixth grade confirmation classes.

A graduate of Wilkes College, he holds a bachelor of arts in social studies/education. He also holds a master of science in secondary administration and a master of science in elementary administration from Scranton University. He received his superintendent's letter of eligibility from Lehigh University.

Galicki and his wife, Terry, a teacher in the Pleasant Valley School District, have three daughters: Dora Marie, a graduate of Penn State University is presently teaching elementary art in the Phoenixville School District; Tess, a junior at Penn State University and a social studies/secondary education major, plays the cymbals in the Blue Band; and Lena, a junior English/secondary education major, plays the mellowphone in the Bald Eagle Blue Band.

Sen. Robert J. Mellow, Democratic floor leader serving the 22nd senatorial district, was also honored with the Pennsylvania Associations of Elementary and Secondary School Principals' (PA Principals Association) prestigious Educational Excellence Award during the banquet. Mark Mekilo, Sen. Mellow's senior assistant counsel, was on hand to accept the award on the senator's behalf. The honor is given annually to a citizen of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania who has made significant contributions to the attainment of education excellence in the state's elementary and secondary schools. Sen. Mellow has demonstrated a sincere commitment to the quality of public education in the Commonwealth.

PA Principals Association's mission is to: Assist members in fulfilling their role as instructional leaders and effective managers who promote the best educational program for all students; give members an effective voice in the educational decision-making process at the local, state and national levels; and improve members' working conditions so that their rights are protected, their job descriptions are reasonable, the importance of their instructional leadership role is recognized and their salaries and fringe benefits are equitable.


From left to right:
Frank P. Galicki, principal of Dallas Sr. High School, was honored as the outgoing PASSP president (2001-2002) during the banquet at the PA Principals Association State Conference. Joseph Foriska, principal of Stevens Elementary School, was also honored at the banquet as the outgoing PAESP president (2001-2002).

 
Thursday, October 31, 2002 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)—Dr. David C. Pietro, principal of New Brighton Middle School in the New Brighton School District, has been named president of the Pennsylvania Association of Elementary School Principals (PAESP) for 2002-2003.

He began his career in education as a social studies teacher in grades 9-12 in the New Brighton School District. He also served as a secondary guidance counselor (9-12) and an elementary guidance counselor (K-5), both in the New Brighton School District.

Dr. Pietro has been a member of the PAESP for more than 18 years. He most recently served the PAESP as president-elect. He was also the West II Regional Representative on the PAESP Executive Board, a member of the Curriculum Committee and a panelist for the PAESP Aspiring Principals' Workshop.

In addition to being a member of the PAESP and the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), Dr. Pietro is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and the Pennsylvania Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. He also wrote various articles for the Pennsylvania Administrator and NAESP's Principal magazines.

Dr. Pietro formerly served as the president, past president and treasurer of the Beaver County Elementary Principals' Association, and is past president of the Beaver County Curriculum Council. He is also a principal trainer in the Instructional Support Process and provides SAT training for the Pennsylvania Department of Education, in cooperation with the Prevention Project of Beaver County.

Dr. Pietro achieved the rank of sergeant in the U.S. Army, where he received the following military honors: The Bronze Star for Meritorious Service; the Army Commendation Medal for Achievement; and the Combat Infantry Medal.

Dr. Pietro is active in his community where he is past president of the New Brighton Rotary Club. He was selected as the New Brighton Area PTA Scholarship Honoree for Outstanding Service and Dedication to the Youth of the Community and was awarded the Paul Harris Fellowship Award from the New Brighton Rotary Club for "Service Above Self."

Dr. Pietro is also president of New Brighton Cares, Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit corporation dedicated to providing after-school and community educational, recreational and health services to New Brighton youth.

Dr. Pietro received a bachelor of arts degree from Geneva College. He earned a master of science in education degree and certification in elementary and secondary guidance counseling from Slippery Rock University. He received his elementary principal's certification from Westminster College and his Ed.D. in educational leadership from Youngstown State University.

PA Principals Association's mission is to: Assist members in fulfilling their role as instructional leaders and effective managers who promote the best educational program for all students; give members an effective voice in the educational decision-making process at the local, state and national levels; and improve members' working conditions so that their rights are protected, their job descriptions are reasonable, the importance of their instructional leadership role is recognized and their salaries and fringe benefits are equitable.

 
Thursday, October 31, 2002 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)—Marshall J. Wagner, principal of Hollidaysburg Area Junior High School in the Hollidaysburg Area School District, has been named president of the Pennsylvania Association of Secondary School Principals (PASSP) for 2002-2003.

Mr. Wagner began his career in education as a classroom instructor at Reading Senior High School where he taught for nine years. He was also an assistant principal at Philipsburg-Osceola Area Junior Senior High School; principal of Moshannon Valley Junior Senior High School; principal of student services at Tyrone Junior Senior High School; and principal of Philipsburg-Osceola Area Senior High School.

He most recently served the PASSP Executive Board as president-elect, and prior to that he was the secretary. He is a member of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, the PASSP Joint Legislative Policy Committee, the Pennsylvania Principals'

Emergency Response Team (PERT - team leader) and the Joint Editorial Board. Mr. Wagner served on the conference committee in 2000 and was a member of the building and grounds committee.

Mr. Wagner is a member of the Blair County Principals' Association and served on the Blair County Diversity Committee. He is also an instructor at St. Francis University.

He received a bachelor of science in education from the Pennsylvania State University, earned a master of science in education from West Chester University and received his educational administration certificate from the University of Pennsylvania.

PA Principals Association's mission is to: Assist members in fulfilling their role as instructional leaders and effective managers who promote the best educational program for all students; give members an effective voice in the educational decision-making process at the local, state and national levels; and improve members' working conditions so that their rights are protected, their job descriptions are reasonable, the importance of their instructional leadership role is recognized and their salaries and fringe benefits are equitable.

 
Thursday, September 5, 2002 5:00 PM

(Harrisburg, PA)—The Pennsylvania Associations of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PA Principals Association) has announced that J. Daniel Collins, D.Ed., a retired superintendent from the Downingtown Area School District, has been hired as the association's new executive director.

Dr. Collins brings a background of 32.5 years in public education to PA Principals Association. He has served 28 years as an administrator. He spent 19  ½ of those years as a superintendent in several school districts, including Downingtown, Hempfield and Dover. He began his career as an 11th grade U.S. history teacher in Prince George's County, Md., where he taught for five years.

Dr. Collins received his bachelor's and master's of education degrees from Shippensburg University, and his doctoral degree in curriculum instruction from the Pennsylvania State University.

He resides in Downington, with his wife, Grace. She is the director of the Chester County (Alternative) High School. They have two grown children.

PA Principals Association's mission is to: Assist members in fulfilling their role as instructional leaders and effective managers who promote the best educational program for all students; give members an effective voice in the educational decision-making process at the local, state and national levels; and improve members' working conditions so that their rights are protected, their job descriptions are reasonable, the importance of their instructional leadership role is recognized and their salaries and fringe benefits are equitable.

 
Wednesday, January 23, 2002 5:00 PM

(Williamsport, PA)—Former Williamsport Area School District educator, Thomas M. Shivetts, has been named executive director of BLaST Intermediate Unit 17, effective April 1. Shivetts is replacing long-time executive director Claire Goodman who has announced his retirement.

Intermediate Unit 17 serves 19 school districts and 29 non-public schools in Bradford, Lycoming, Sullivan and Tioga counties. BLaST provides requested special education, technology and curriculum services to school districts.

Since 1996, Shivetts has served as executive director of the Pennsylvania Associations of Elementary and Secondary School Principals (PA Principals Association) and president of the Pennsylvania Educational Leadership Foundation in Harrisburg. From 1971 until his departure in 1996, Shivetts served as a teacher, supervisor of curriculum and instruction and associate superintendent of the Williamsport Area School District.

Since his tenure began at PA Principals Association in 1996, the principals' associations have experienced tremendous growth and change. The office was moved from downtown to suburban Harrisburg, creating an enhanced work environment and easier access for members. Additionally, the associations joined the World Wide Web; revamped their computer network; established a charitable foundation; increased professional development opportunities; restructured their political advocacy; and increased membership and member services.

Dr. Ronald Dufalla, chairman of the joint principals' associations, praised Shivetts for the tremendous growth brought to the organization; "Tom demonstrated a professional, no nonsense approach as the executive director of PA Principals Association. His number one concern was always service to the members and he consistently took actions that would improve those services. His actions over the past five years have enabled PA Principals Association to move into the 21st century."

Shivetts is the author of two monographs widely utilized by practicing administrators: Image v. Performance and The State of the Principalship.

On the state level, he has recently served on the Pennsylvania Attorney General's School Safety Task Force and is currently a member of the Board of Advisors for the Pennsylvania Academy for the Profession of Teaching.

Shivetts and his wife Deborah reside in Williamsport. They have two children, Danica of Boston, Mass., and Michael of Tuscaloosa, Ala.

PA Principals Association's mission is to: Assist members in fulfilling their role as instructional leaders and effective managers who promote the best educational program for all students; give members an effective voice in the educational decision-making process at the local, state and national levels; and improve members' working conditions so that their rights are protected, their job descriptions are reasonable, the importance of their instructional leadership role is recognized and their salaries and fringe benefits are equitable.

 
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