Superintendent Molly Howard of Jefferson County received the Jim Puckett Award at the GAEL 2018 Annual Summer Conference. This award is presented to outstanding educational leaders from each of the eight GAEL affiliates who are selected from member nominations based upon exemplary leadership characteristics. This award was renamed in 2008 to honor the contributions of […]
Dr. Mike Newton (Jasper County) takes over as the GSSA President from outgoing president and now serving as GSSA Past-President Mr. Tim Cochran (Decatur County). Dr. Newton will serve as the GSSA President until July of 2019. Along with Dr. Mike Newton, GSSA will have Dr. Bronwyn Ragan-Martin of Early County as President-Elect, Dr. Steve […]
GSSA representatives are in Washington DC to advocate for K-12 Public Education in Georgia. Dr. Michele Taylor, Dr. Joseph “Jody” Barrow, and Dr. Jason Branch. With Senator Johnny Isakson. Thank you. @SenatorIsakson @gssajzauner1 @aasa
Our GSSA representatives continue their K-12 Public Education advocacy by meeting with Senator Perdue. Thank you Dr. Michele Taylor, Dr. Joseph “Jody ” Barrow, Dr. Jason Branch. Their advocatng is making a difference! @gssajzauner1, @senatorperdue
Application Deadline: Sunday, August 19th, 2018 – 11:59 p.m. Tift County Schools Board of Education has contracted the Georgia School Boards Association to assist with their search for their next superintendent of schools. To read the vacancy announcement and criteria for the Tift County Schools position, click here: Tift County Search Announcement How To Apply: You will be able to create […]
Superintendent Executive Leadership Program The challenge of retaining a superintendency for long periods of time is evident in our state’s average superintendent tenure of 2.8 years. Those who succeed for extended periods of time must be able to lead change, foster relationships, and continually readjust to the evolving internal and external dynamics. The four one […]
The Beaufort County Board of Education is seeking a superintendent to lead the school system as it continues its pursuit of excellence. Candidates must meet the legal requirements to be licensed as a superintendent in North Carolina or be qualified to serve under the State Board of Education’s alternative guidelines. Central office and building-level experience […]
The New Superintendent Orientation provides first-year superintendents with a concise overview of several critical responsibilities of the Georgia school superintendent position.
This highly-interactive orientation is facilitated by educators and others who are well-respected subject matter experts.
The successful operation of any school system depends upon effective organization, recruitment, and management of human resources. This institute provides a comprehensive reference manual. Instruction emphasizes how to organize and operate a successful public school personnel office on a day-to-day basis.
The appropriate housing of Georgia’s increasing student population depends upon effective funding, planning and construction of school facilities. The Facilities and Capital Outlay Management Institute provides each participant with two comprehensive reference manuals. The instructor guides participants through an intensive study of the processes and procedures used in planning and implementing a capital building project.