Association of Washington Middle Level Principals (AWMLP)
The Association of Washington Middle Level Principals is one of
three AWSP component boards, and is comprised of practicing
principals and assistant principals from middle and junior high schools
across Washington state. AWMLP is governed by a Constitution and Bylaws. The AWMLP board is dedicated to the
educational advancement of middle level and junior high school students,
as well as principals.
The AWMLP board is dedicated to the educational advancement
of middle level and junior high school students, as well
as principals. The purposes of AWMLP shall be:
To assist principals in the ongoing
pursuit of quality educational programs for students in the middle level
in the state of Washington.
To assist principals in fulfilling their
leadership responsibilities in middle level schools.
To encourage harmonious professional
relations between administrators and teachers.
To provide opportunities for principals
to exchange professional ideas and materials.
To encourage professional activity and
study among principals in their local areas.
To present the professional opinion of
AWMLP to the public as well as governmental and educational
To provide high quality student
educational programs with an emphasis on student leadership and
environmental education for all students.
The AWMLP Board of Directors (PDF) determine the
policies of AWMLP and report the actions of the Board to the membership
at the annual conference. The Board consists of an executive committee,
regional directors and organizational liaisons and meets three times per
year in various locations throughout the state. Professional development opportunities are an
integral part of every board meeting.
AWMLP Distinguished Principal and Assistant Principals Award
The AWMLP Board of
Directors annually recognizes outstanding principals and assistant
principals in each of its 15 regions statewide. From the regional
distinguished principal and assistant principal winners, the AWMLP Board
selects a Middle Level Principal of the Year annually and an Assistant
Principal of the Year bi-annually.
Middle Level Student Leadership Committee
The Middle Level Student Leadership Committee is a standing
committee of the Association of Washington Middle Level Principals that
meets three times each school year to set policy and give middle level
student leadership program direction. For additional information
regarding this committee or student leadership programs, please contact
Susan Fortin, director, Student Leadership Programs at email@example.com or 360.497.5323.
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