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Washington Principal is the official print publication of AWSP. This award-winning, quarterly magazine features articles written by practicing principals, district communicators and other school administrators.

Articles focus on what’s happening now in K-12 education in Washington state, giving you access to resources you can’t find anywhere else.

Spring/Summer 2019 | Fame & Fortins

Famous for their contributions to Outdoor Learning and Student Leadership, Marty and Susan Fortin Retire after 28 years with AWSP.

You'll also find My Child Wouldn’t Lie to Me, Celebration: An Essential Element of Culture, The Cost of Caring and Courageous Leadership.

The Full Issue

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Columns

From the Editor's Desk

David Morrill, Communications Director

We love to brag about our association, because it’s not about us, it’s about all of you. The strength of your membership allows us to do things no other principals’ associations can do. Some of you have heard this list before, some of you haven’t. Ready? Here we go.

From the AWSP President

Ken Schutz, AWSP President for 2018-19

As my year winds down serving as your AWSP president, I have taken the time to reflect on my AWSP journey and how much this association has meant and given to me.

From the Exec Director

In 1995, I was an administrative intern at Capital High School. I carried out my duties day
in and day out without giving them much thought, until one special day when my passion and purpose became abundantly clear. It wasn’t the entire internship experience or never-ending pile of attendance and discipline referrals that solidified my path, but a single moment.



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David Morrill | Communications Director | (800) 562-6100