NHASP Leadership Academy
June 27-29, 2022
15 Continuing Ed credits will be issued for attending the full conference.
Announcing 2022-23 NHASP Principal Mentor Trainings
The New Hampshire Army National Guard and the State Police are teaming up to encourage the next generation of athletes to push their limits.
Join us on May 21st to see who is fit enough to claim the title of ‘Granite Guardian’ by earning the highest score on the Army Combat Fitness Test. Contestants will be broken up into two groups ‘Participants’ and ‘Mentors’. ‘Participants’ are high school students who will be competing for personal prize money* and school recognition. ‘Mentors’ are anyone else who wants to compete in the event and show support for fitness community, they are competing for personal bragging rights and gym recognition.
You, your school(s), your friends, and your family are all invited to participate, mentor or watch. Registration is open until Friday the 20th at 5pm. Come as a family or as a single contestant.
The event will be held at the Edward Cross Training Center, 720 Riverwood Dr. Pembroke on May 21st. For Registration and more details please go to:
Save the date! June 7 – 8 is #nhgives!
Please support NHASP on this day of giving!
- Select image above, which takes you to our digital registration page (works through Google Chrome).
- Once there, fill in the requested information (your email and name).
- You will then receive a confirmation email with a calendar block attachment for the workshop you choose.
- PLEASE NOTE: Make sure to open the calendar block in your email to ensure it downloads to your calendar, which provides the Zoom link for the session.
If you have any questions or complications, please feel free to reach out to Baystate’s PlanWell™ coordinator, Danielle DelDotto, at email@example.com.
Lori Stevens, Principal
Emerson Elementary School, Fitzwilliams,
NH NHASP 2022-23
New Hampshire Elementary School Principal of the Year
Mr. Greg Brown, has been selected, by NHASP, as New Hampshire’s Assistant Principal of the Year for 2022-23.
Are you seeking highly qualified mentor-coaches to support new leaders in your district?
As many children are not yet eligible for COVID-19 vaccination, the updated guidance emphasizes the prevention strategies most important for in-person learning, regardless of whether schools can implement all the prevention strategies. This guidance gives schools a flexible, science-based approach to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to keep students, teachers, and staff healthy and in the classroom.
New Hampshire 2021-22 High School Principal of the Year
Rick Barnes, Principal, Hollis Brookline High School
New Hampshire 2021-22 Middle School Principal of the Year
Stephen Paterson, Principal, Kearsarge Regional Middle School
Teacher of the Month – March 2021
Bill McGowan of Winnicunnet High School
New Hampshire’s Distinguished Elementary Principal of the Year Award 2021!
Melissa Suarez, Principal,Mount Caesar School Community
New Hampshire’s Distinguished Assistant Principal of the Year Award 2021!
Kathleen Murphy, Assistant Principal,Clark Wilkins Elementary School, Amherst School District
Several NH Professional Organizations have joined together to create an alliance called NH Learns Remotely. The goal of this alliance is to provide online learning events and resources to educators in NH Schools focusing on remote learning. Please visit the #NHLearnsRemotely website for more information.
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