About the Series

The Launching Principal Leadership Network brings new and newly assigned principals and assistant principals three opportunities to maximize their leadership during the first year. Attendees will hear from practicing principals, university professors and other educational experts in each workshop, which are based on one of three stages during a new administrator's first year. 

Proven Effective

Principals who've participated in LPLN love it. In fact, 100% of participants recommend LPLN to new administrators and we have the data to back it up. Check out our survey results and see what first-year principals thought about the series. You can also watch the video below and find out what they had to say. 

Audience

New or newly assigned principals and assistant principals.

Pricing

$375 per workshop or $900 for the series (a savings of $225).

Time

Breakfast and Registration 7:30 - 8:00 a.m.
Workshop 8:00 - 3:30 p.m.

Registration Options






       

       


      Stage 1: Maximizing Your Leadership in the First Eight Weeks - Complete

      July 25-26, 2017 | ESD 113, Tumwater


      Individual price: $375

      • Establishing key relationships
      • Building climate and culture
      • Planning your first eight weeks
      • Creating systems for success
      • Pitfalls to avoid and skills to leverage
      • Equitable discipline

      14 clock hours


      Stage 2: Instructional Leadership for Success 

      November 28-29, 2017 | Four Points by Sheraton, Seattle Airport South


      Individual price: $375

      • Having difficult conversations
      • Observations and evaluations . . . yours and theirs
      • Leadership structure for building capacity
      • Equity in our schools
      • Managing the workday and self care

        14 clock hours

        Four Points Housing Link
        Room rate is $129/night + tax.


        Stage 3: Finishing the Year Strong

        March 5-6, 2018 | Four Points by Sheraton, Seattle Airport South

        Individual Price: $375

        • Data use as a planning and response tool
        • Preparing and writing defensible evaluations
        • Laying the groundwork for next year: change management
        • Tending to your evaluation: preparing for the conversation
        • Teacher recruitment and hiring
        • The key to building a strong future

        14 clock hours