Welcome to another episode of AWSP News, where we discuss:
- the new legislative session and the Tobacco 21 initiative,
- Vicki Puckett as the NASSP Quarterly Advocate,
- two amazing students who won $10,000 US Senate Youth Scholarships,
- Evergreen Public School’s “starting small” video featuring AWSL’s James Layman,
- Central Valley High School’s powerful Mental Health Awareness Day,
- our Future School Leaders Day and Future Educators Month,
- Rich Knuth Distinguished Mentor Award winner Heather Renner,
- the latest issue of Washington Principal and success of the Lopez Island Farm Education program video,
- the nomination window for the Robert J. Handy Most Effective Administrator Award, and
- Summer Conference registration.
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