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More than 900 participants at the 42nd Annual COSA Conference in Seaside enjoyed three days of nationally-acclaimed keynote speakers, best-practices breakout sessions and conversations with colleagues from around the state.

Steve Bell, Principal of Philomath Middle School, has been named the Oregon Middle School Principal of the Year by the Oregon Association of Secondary School Administrators (OASSA) and the Confederation of Oregon School Administrators (COSA).

COSA is pleased to announce that Morgan Allen will join the COSA staff, starting in June. He will serve as Deputy Executive Director of Policy and Advocacy.
COSA is pleased to announce that Kris Olsen, the principal at McMinnville High School since 2003, will join the COSA staff, starting in July. He will serve as Co-Director of Professional Learning.
Margaret Calvert, principal of Portland's Jefferson High School, has been named Oregon High School Principal of the Year. The annual award honors personal excellence, collaborative leadership and a principal's proven ability to ensure a high level of instruction.
Heather Yount, principal at Fruitdale Elementary School in the Three Rivers School District, has been selected as Oregon’s 2016 National Distinguished Principal by OESPA and COSA.
The Oregon Association of Latino Administrators (OALA) is proud to announce the 2016-17 protégés for its Aspiring Administrator Leadership Program. Nine protégés were selected from across Oregon to participate in this yearlong leadership program.
Earl Boyles Elementary (David Douglas School District) Principal Ericka Guynes has been elected as COSA President-Elect for 2016-17.
Oregon Rising, a public outreach campaign that continues across Oregon this week, asks Oregonians to engage at a local level to answer a fundamental state-wide question: What do we want Oregon schools to be for our children and grandchildren?
Hood River Valley High School, Nyssa High School, Roosevelt High School (Portland), South Jetty High School (Warrenton)and Wallowa High School will share $6,000 in California Casualty Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grants.

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