WASA provides ongoing, in-depth professional learning opportunities for every member.
Members benefit from a supportive community of professional leaders working to provide and sustain a positive impact on legislative and community leaders.
WASA believes the commitment of resources to the education and welfare of children is an investment in quality of our future.
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December 6 | Virtual
Come join us for WASA’s Winter Virtual Conference entitled United for a Healthy Development and Learning featuring Linda Darling-Hammond, Marc Brackett, and Timothy Shriver.
October 14 | 12–1 p.m.
Join the authors of She Leads: The Women’s Guide to a Career in Educational Leadership, Dr. Rachael George and Majalise Tolan, in this COMPLIMENTARY event to reflect and discuss strategies to help make better decisions faster.
November 4 & 5 | Tacoma
In light of the efforts of HB 1363, districts must provide support for teachers in regard to this trauma. This workshop provides a space for teachers to receive support and strategies for their own trauma, as well as engaging in trauma-invested pract
Oct 24, 25, 26 | Regional ESDs
Dr. Tammy Campbell will continue to facilitate learning opportunities focused on organizing both district and school improvement structures, systems, and practices to significantly improve learning for every student, no matter their background. It's
This academy is designed for those experienced district leaders, building leaders, and teacher leaders who aspire to the role of superintendent. Register now!
Oct 6–June 6 | Zoom
With support from OSPI, the WASA Special Education Director Academy has been developed to support those who have administrative responsibilities of Special Education. Facilitated by Jennifer Traufler.
There's still time to register! Instructional leaders, this is for you.
September–May | Zoom
This academy will provide guidance & encouragement for educators considering or pursuing their first role at the central office.
Throughout the 2022 Legislative Session, Assistant Executive Director Dan Steele will be posting short, informative podcast episodes on a regular basis. This podcast focuses on key legislative issues to keep WASA members informed of hot topics and emerging conversations in Olympia.
Listen to the most recent podcasts directly below.
Also listen to Previous episodes
The 2022 Legislature has adjourned. This podcast provides a brief review of the final budgets and some of the key bills.
The last week of session has arrived. We await final budget negotiations and continue to fight for bills remaining on the table.
The Legislature has hit the homestretch as budgets move to negotiations and bills make a final run at passage.
Budget Week on Olympia. As the Legislature starts to wind down, budget introduction, debate and negotiations heat up. There's good news--and not so good news for
House of origin cut-off arrived this week--and K-12 priority bills continue to move. Revenue Forecast to be released this week, starting the Budget process.
Washington Association of School Administrators
WASA is committed to the development of quality education through professional leadership.
Members benefit from a supportive community of professional leaders working to provide and sustain a positive impact on legislative and community leaders to meet the demands of school administrators in Washington State.
WASA offers four flexible Membership options.
Learn more or become a member.
WASA thanks our Corporate Partners. Their support of our organization enables us to provide valuable professional development opportunities. Many of our corporate partners engage in local community and school activities and programs. Their commitment to youth is appreciated.