Fall Professionals Conference
Fall Professionals Conference
The IASP Fall Professionals Conference is a premier educational experience with dynamic keynote speakers and practical concurrent sessions.
Fall Hotel Information
Registration Confirmation List
Principal of the Year Banquet Tickets Only
2019 Keynote Speakers
Proposal to Present
IASP invites you to submit a proposal for presentation at the Fall Principals’ Conference in Indianapolis Indiana. Take advantage of this opportunity to tell your colleagues what is working in your school and to share your expertise, network, and enhance your professional growth.
By featuring you and your peers as presenters in small group presentations, IASP provides a forum for information exchange, grade-level programs, problem solving, and networking on a statewide level. Proposals are due by July 31, 2020.
We appreciate those companies wishing to exhibit at our Fall Professionals Conference and look forward to working with you. Registration details for the 2020 Fall Professionals Conference Exhibit Hall will post as soon as we have them. Please email Beth Kissel at email@example.com with questions.
- Sponsorship Registration is closed. We are anticipating approximately 750 this year. We are looking forward to a great conferences!
- Exhibitor Information
- FC FLOORPLAN
- Electricity FC(2019)
- Drop Off/Loading Dock
Consider a sponsorship at the Fall Professionals Conference as we can provide several opportunities to you to connect with our membership .
Fall Professionals Conference News
Guest blog post by Glenn Buechlein Student: “I DID NOT KNOW ANYONE NOTICED ME” “Integrity is doing the right thing, even when no one is watching”. – C.S. Lewis When I was lucky enough to be hired as the assistant principal at my hometown high school in 2012, I promised to bring a new approach […]
Guest Blog Post by Steve Samuel We are in the people business which means emotional intelligence is a skill that we use consistently in our schools. Whether working with students, parents, or educators, school leaders use their emotional intelligence thousands of times everyday. So what is it and how do we cultivate it? Even experts […]
Do you know a school secretary, assistant principal, or principal you’d like to recognize for their accomplishments? It’s not too late! Nominate him/her for Secretary of the Year, Assistant Principal of the Year, or Principal of the Year today! Assistant Principal and Principal of the Year nominations are due by February 14th and Secretary of […]
Have you ever heard someone refer to the term “Death by Meetings?” It’s a reference that is all too familiar to many of us in these busy times. We’ve all heard it; an invitation to a well-intentioned meeting with thte promise to be brief, only to have it turn in to a monotony of commentary […]
IASP is a proud supporter of Riley Kids Caring & Sharing. This program offers children the opportunity to help other children through simple fundraising campaigns and efforts. You can support Riley Kids Caring & Sharing through your school in an endless number of ways. Students love to help others and it’s a proven fact that […]
Social & Emotional Learning and the application of Educational Neuroscience are both relatively new buzzwords in the world of educators today; however, the topics have been around for awhile. In these informative videos, Dr. Lori Desautels shares vital information for educators to understand how they can best address students’ needs within the school setting. Are […]
Failure. That’s a word that sinks deep into the pit of our stomach, makes us feel like “less than enough,” and makes even the most confident of people shy away from challenges at times. But why? Why is failure a negative word in our minds? Everything, since the beginning of time, that has been a […]
Have you ever gazed hungrily at a meal, only to take that first bite and realize it is bland? It’s missing something? It’s plain… ordinary, and unremarkable. The seasonings make all the difference. The ingredients need to compliment one another or you’ll have a plate consisting of only one, exceptionally boring, item. Imagine a plate […]
VERSAILLES- U.S. Representative Greg Pence visited South Ripley Junior High School Wednesday, where he toured the building, spoke with students, and honored Principal Destiny Rutzel for being named the “2018 State Middle School Principal of the Year.” “It’s important to highlight the incredible work of our educators and those who shape the young minds of […]
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Congratulations to the District High School Principals of the Year! The Indiana Association of School Principals annually recognizes outstanding school leaders in each of the 12 Indiana districts who have succeeded in providing high-quality learning opportunities for students. These principals are acknowledged by their peers for the exemplary contributions they have made to the profession.