Lead Like a Pirate:  Make School Amazing for Your Students and Staff

Presented by authors Shelly Burgess, Burgess Consulting, and Beth Houf, Principal, Fulton Middle School, Fulton, MO 

Learn dynamic strategies to dramatically transform culture and build schools where students and staff run to get in, not out. This motivational session demonstrates how to take revolutionary ideas from Teach Like a PIRATE and supercharge them for leaders so you can become the leader you’ve always wanted to be.  

Through a highly interactive and fun session, participants will learn to: 
  • Harness PASSION and encourage risk-taking in their schools
  • IMMERSE themselves in the work that makes the biggest impact on student learning
  • Build RAPPORT and relationships grounded in trust
  • ANALYZE lessons and ASK great questions to help move learning forward
  • Dramatically TRANSFORM school culture
  • Lead with ENTHUSIASM that is contagious  

Leaders will walk away from this session with strategies and a coaching model they can implement tomorrow!  Additionally, through Shelley’s intense commitment to staying connected via Twitter, participants can expect ongoing collaboration and support and are encouraged to participate in weekly leadership challenges uniquely designed to support them in taking steps to becoming PIRATE leaders.

Cancellation Policy:

  • Written cancellation requests received by September 7, 2018 will receive a refund minus $29 cancellation fee.
  • Written cancellation requests received on or after September 7, 2018 will not be refunded.
  • Written cancellation requests must be sent to pat@kasa.org.

Online Registration is now closed.

Call (800) 928-5272 to register. On-site registration will be limited.

September 21, 2018

Embassy Suites
Lexington, KY

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ET

includes buffet lunch and accompanying book

6 Hours EILA Credit Provided

This session is designed for school leaders at all stages of their career.

Aligns with:

PSEL Standard 7:  Professional Community for Teachers and Staff

KY Principal Performance Standard 2:  School Climate