Principals Who Experienced Shootings to Release Guide at Panel Discussion

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On Monday, August 22, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) Principal Recovery Network, a national network of current and former school leaders who have experienced gun violence tragedies in their schools, will hold a panel discussion to announce the release of their Guide to Recovery, a collection of best practices to assist school leaders in the aftermath of these tragedies. Held at Columbine Memorial and streamed online, speakers include current and former principals of Columbine High School and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

What: Panel discussion with the NASSP Principal Recovery Network releasing their Guide to Recovery


  • Michael Bennett, Superintendent, Greenville Central School District, New York
  • Elizabeth Brown, former Principal, Forest High School, Florida
  • Frank DeAngelis, former Principal, Columbine High School, Colorado
  • Michelle Kefford, Principal, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida
  • George Roberts, Community Superintendent, Baltimore County Public Schools, Maryland
  • Kip Motta, NASSP President and Principal, Rich Middle School, Utah
  • Ronn Nozoe, NASSP CEO

Monday, August 22, 2022
10-11:15 a.m. MT (12-1:15 p.m. ET)

The Columbine Memorial in Robert F. Clement Park (across from the Monument) 
7306 W Bowles Ave
Littleton, CO 80123

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The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) is the leading organization of middle level and high school principals and other school leaders across the United States. NASSP seeks to transform education through school leadership, recognizing that the fulfillment of each student’s potential relies on great leaders in every school committed to the success of each student. Reflecting its long-standing commitment to student leadership development, NASSP administers the National Honor Society, National Junior Honor Society, National Elementary Honor Society, and National Student Council.


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