The Vermont Principals’ Association supports school leaders to improve the equity and quality of educational opportunities for all students

Core Values:

To support learners and leaders, the Vermont Principals’ Association believes in...

  1. Advocacy      (Reviewed and affirmed by Executive Council 8-5-16)

    1. School leaders have a unique perspective and must influence and drive educational policy at the state and national levels.

    2. School leaders must collaborate with local and state partners to ensure positive outcomes for students

  1. Co-curricular Activities   (Reviewed and affirmed by Activity Standards Committee 8/5/16)

    1. Co-curricular activities have a significant value and are recognized as an integral part of our schools and communities

  3.   Learning    (Reviewed and affirmed by Professional Learning and Support Committee 8/23/16)

                  a. Continue to provide responsive high quality professional development for Vermont school leaders.
                  b. Direct and advise in the coordination & development of the 2017 VPA Leadership Academy.
                  c. Support and expand continuing opportunities for school leader networking and mentoring to new school leaders.

     4.  Promotion     (Reviewed and affirmed by Executive Council 8-5-16)

  1. Efficient and relevant communication are vital for effective leadership.

  2. Inspire, recruit, develop and support new leaders.

  3. Advance the principalship as a profession.

Updated on August 6, 2016 following meetings of the VPA Executive Council and its two standing committees, The Activity Standards Committee and The Professional Learning and Support Committee.
Last Modified on August 23, 2016