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Oregon Elementary School Principals Association
About Oregon Elementary School Principals Association (OESPA)
Oregon Elementary School Principals Association (OESPA) serves those administrators who are actively engaged in the administration or supervision of elementary and middle school students. Principals, vice principals of elementary and middle schools as well as other administrative personnel in the elementary and middle schools are eligible to become OESPA members.
The purpose of the OESPA Executive Committee is:
- to promote, improve and exert a leadership role for the educational welfare of Oregon's children;
- to encourage continual professional growth among principals;
- to work cooperatively with other organizations, institutions and individuals interested in education; and
- to develop cooperation and fellowship among elementary school principals.
OESPA is a state affiliate of the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP).
Online Zoom Meetings
Zoom meetings for elementary school principals will be announced after the Principals Conference in October.
OESPA Executive Committee
Principal, Oak Creek Elementary
Principal, East Gresham Elementary
Past PresidentHeidi Brown
Superintendent/Principal, Crow-Applegate-Lorane SD
Principal, Sandy Grade School
Central Region Representative
Principal, Madras Elementary
Coastal Region Representative
Principal, Millicoma Intermediate
Eastern Region Representative
Principal, Aiken Elementary
Metro Region Representative
Principal, Boones Ferry Primary
Southern Region Representative
Student Services Coordinator, Medford Online Academy
Willamette Region Representative
Principal, Meadow View School
Principal, Buena Vista Elementary
Assistant Principal, Crestview Heights School
Principal, Quatama Elementary
COSA Executive Director
Coalition of Oregon School Administrators
Elections for OESPA officers are held annually. OESPA presidents serve three years (as president, president-elect, past-president). Other officers include six regional representatives, an NAESP representative and up to four appointed positions.