Press Releases

2021

WASA Unveils 2022 Legislative Priorities
WASA Recognizes Outstanding Educational Leaders at the 2021 WASA/AWSP Summer Conference
WASA Statement on Change in Social Distancing Guidelines for Schools
School Leaders' Statement on Revised CDC Distancing Guidelines

School Leaders Appeal for Flexibility on Six-Foot Spacing Rule
Northshore Superintendent Named National Superintendent of the Year

2020

WASA Urges Stable K-12 Funding in 2021
Bremerton Superintendent Dr. Aaron Leavell elected WASA President-Elect
School Administrators Concur with Governor's Decision to Close Schools
WASA Unveils 2021 Legislative Priorities
2021 Superintendent of the Year Announced
WASA Recognizes Outstanding Contributions to Education for 2019–20

2019

Legislature Urged to Provide Limits on Use of Levy Dollars for Teacher Compensation
     Collective Bargaining Letter to Legislators
State Budgets Fall Short Again on Funding Special Education
School Districts Offer Remedy to Counter Losses Due to Legislative Changes
WASA Recognizes Outstanding Educational Leaders at the 2019 WASA/AWSP Summer Conference
Nine Mile Falls Superintendent Brian Talbott Elected WASA President-Elect
Washington School Administrators Announce 2020 Legislative Priorities

2018

Enumclaw Superintendent Named 2019 Washington State Superintendent of the Year
Eatonville Superintendent Krestin Bahr Elected WASA President-elect
WASA Recognizes Outstanding Educational Leaders at the 2018 WASA/AWSP Summer Conference
Public Schools Week
WASA Names Joel Aune New Executive Director
WASA Statement on Washington Supreme Court Charter Schools Decision

2017

2018 Washington State Superintendent of the Year
Supreme Court's McCleary Order
WASA Statement on Freeman School Shooting
WASA Recognizes Outstanding Educational Leaders at the 2017 WASA/AWSP Summer Conference
Local Funding Workgroup's Response to OSPI's McCleary Plan
Senate Budget Falls Short for Schools
Legislature, School Districts Avoid "Levy Cliff"