CELEBRATE and ACKNOWLEDGE
NATIONAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL WEEK
The National Association of School Principals and the American Federation of Administrators have declared the week of April 11-15th to recognize and honor the contributions of assistant principals to the success of students across all schools in the United States.
Assistant Principals in Rhode Island serve in multiple roles. Their contributions have expanded from disciplinarian to ones that include staff development, instructional leadership and curriculum development. They also are responsible for a myriad of other duties such as activity supervision, scheduling and building operations. As such, they are an invaluable support to principals and staff.
Most importantly the knowledge and skills they have acquired to deal with a host of student issues place them in the important role of helping all students to meet with success in the school setting. It is important that the schools and communities join in recognizing the importance of each assistant principal in Rhode Island.
RIASP Thanks All Assistant Principals