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  • providing information and leadership;
  • encouraging research and service;
  • promoting high educational standards;
  • focusing attention on state educational issues;
  • providing for the general welfare of principals; and
  • working with other educational organizations interested in the solutions to educational challenges at the state level for the welfare of secondary schools and the youth they serve.
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2022 NASSP Principal of the Year

Beth Houf – Fulton Middle School

In February 2021, the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals selected Houf as the 2021-2022 Jim L. King Missouri Middle School Principal of the Year.

Houf is a co-author of the book “Lead Like a PIRATE: Make School Amazing for Your Students and Staff.”

She also serves as a facilitator for the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Leadership Academy, providing monthly training to state educational leaders.

When the pandemic hit, Houf knew that people were facing new challenges and the school had to make changes. The school began check-ins with families via online surveys, encouraging families to ask for whatever supports they needed.

Houf will be a guest at NASSP’s annual conference and will receive an award to display at Fulton Middle School.

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2022 NASSP Principal of the Year

Beth Houf – Fulton Middle School

In February 2021, the Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals selected Houf as the 2021-2022 Jim L. King Missouri Middle School Principal of the Year.

Houf is a co-author of the book “Lead Like a PIRATE: Make School Amazing for Your Students and Staff.”

She also serves as a facilitator for the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Leadership Academy, providing monthly training to state educational leaders.

When the pandemic hit, Houf knew that people were facing new challenges and the school had to make changes. The school began check-ins with families via online surveys, encouraging families to ask for whatever supports they needed.

Houf will be a guest at NASSP’s annual conference and will receive an award to display at Fulton Middle School.

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15 Unique Modules

In Missouri, 15 micro-credentials have been developed to specifically align with the Missouri Leadership Development System (MLDS). The MLDS is a professional development program for school principals implemented through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and Regional Professional Development Centers. The leadership development modules are led by regional leadership facilitators and available to any Missouri principal at no cost.

A micro-credential is not a course. Each micro-credential is a companion activity to the MLDS where principals can earn a badge to demonstrate a particular competency. The process includes submitting artifacts to be evaluated by an assessor to earn a shareable badge. In Missouri, these micro-credentials can be used as an alternate route to earn a career certificate, as evidence for completing a growth plan, or to showcase your professional skills and accomplishments. There is a small fee for each micro-credential to pay assessors and support the management system required for implementing the micro-credential process.

The Missouri Micro-Credential program is managed by the two principal professional associations, Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals (MAESP) and Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals (MOASSP), in partnership with Ed Leaders Network (ELN). Members of these associations receive a discount on fees for each micro-credential. Please contact moassp@moassp.org to receive the discount code and reduce the micro-credential price from $250 (non-member) to $180 (member).

Click here to view the Missouri Micro-Credential Library.

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