The role of school leader has never been more challenging and the need for up-to-date relevant training has never been more important.
Access exclusive publications and leadership development tools. Network with your industry peers, make connections and influence policy makers
Develop your leadership skills so you can mentor the leaders of tomorrow!
The Principal for a Day program is designed to give legislators (and other elected officials) a first-hand look at what is going on in Kentucky schools and to build stronger partnerships between legislators and public education. Between September 13 and October 29, all principals are encouraged to invite your legislators and other elected officials to be principal for a day.
This unique and extremely successful training opportunity is a year-long series of professional learning events designed to provide in-depth training and professional networking around an extensive list of legal and policy-based topics and is an excellent option for any human resource leaders. Learn More
Membership appreciation packets have been mailed. Included is the traditional mousepad calendar and annual decal to place on your membership card. If you have not renewed your membership for 2021-22, it's not too late - call the KASA office today to ensure you don't miss out on any of your member benefits. Learn More
We need your active involvement and support as members on KASA’s standing committees. This is your opportunity to make a difference. Committees are a guiding force in all aspects of KASA. Volunteering to serve on a KASA committee is your opportunity to make a difference statewide. Learn More
Congratulations to 2021-22 Gold Member Districts. Click here to learn how your district can achieve Gold Member Status!
We look forward to seeing you October 26-27 for The Leadership Challenge (TLC) workshop. We begin at 8:30 a.m. ET each day and will conclude by 4:00 p.m. ET. 12 hours EILA credit will be available. Mo... Learn More
A KASA alliance partnership provides maximum exposure for companies seeking to strengthen their relationship with Kentucky's school administrators.