BCPSA Newsletter

December 2015 / January 2016

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Happy Holidays to you and your family! We wish you all the best in the 2016 New Year!

Denise King- President, Jenn Lowe-President-Elect,

Valerie Lee-Vice-President, Pamela Kelly-Treasurer, Valerie Jones-Secretary, Joe Venuto, Stephen Cappello, Amy Stella (NJPSA President), Nicole Moore (NJPSA President Elect), Michelle Haynes, Mathew Campbell, Danielle Hartman, Russell McLemore, Gary Hoffman, Joanne Johnson

Your Voice is Important

Burlington and Camden County Principals. Vice Principals, Directors and Supervisors are welcomed to attend the round table discussions. Your professional dialogue is critical to supporting student progress and staff development.

Middle School Roundtable 9:00 AM

The next middle school roundtable is scheduled for January 5, 2016 at Cinnaminson Middle School @9:00 AM. 312 Forklanding Road, Cinnaminson, NJ

High School Roundtable 9:00 AM

The next high school round table is scheduled for February 4th at Northern Burlington HS @ 9:00 am. Mark your calendars.

Elementary School Roundtable 9:00 AM

Mark your calendar, the next discussion is scheduled for February 10, 2016 at B. Bernice Young Elementary School @ 1203 Neck Road Burlington, NJ 08106

from NJPSA - Women Education Leaders Conference

www.njpsa.org (https://t.e2ma.net/click/10gxp/96uucb/h1j8pg)

Dear Women Education Leaders:

On behalf of the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, I am proud and excited to invite you to the national 2016 AASA, NJASA, FEA Women's Leadership Conference, which will be held right here at the FEA Conference Center in Monroe, NJ on March 9, 2016.

This one-day event offers women the opportunity to learn from some of the great leaders in the field of education on a variety of topics of particular interest to women leaders. The day will kick off with a keynote by renowned education attorney Maree Sneed, followed by the following breakouts:

  • The Administrative Shortage: Recruiting and Building a Strong Administrative Team
  • Leadership and Effective Collaboration
  • Building the Perception of A Brighter Future Through Strategic Branding
  • The Role of Stress on the Health of the Female Superintendent
  • The Cycle of Complacency: Breaking Gender Roles to Promote Egalitarianism for Women in School Leadership
  • Loving the Leading
  • Slowing Down the See Saw: Seven Strategies for Living a Harmonious Life
  • Building Principals' Leadership Capacity to Achieve Unprecendented Results
  • Mindfulness 101: for the Overscheduled and Overbooked Education Leader

The conference will then conclude with a general session on federal and state legislation conducted by Debra Bradley, NJPSA Director of Government Relations; Noelle Ellerson, AASA Associate Executive Director, Policy and Advocacy; and Melanie Schulz, NJASA Director of Government Relations.

This promises to be a fun, engaging, and enlightening day where women educational leaders can learn, network, and enjoy the camaraderie together. To learn more or to register for the Women's Leadership Conference, click here (https://t.e2ma.net/click/10gxp/96uucb/xtk8pg). See you on March 9!


Patricia Wright
Executive Director of NJPSA