New Resource for Assistant Principals

The National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) just launched its latest e-book:Adapt and Advance: Resources and Support for Assistant Principals – Everything you need to know about the role of the assistant principal Make sure to check out the article by NYAPE member Donna Mcguire, 7 Tips to...

Monday Mindfulness & Movement for Wellness Workshop Series

In October, the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators commenced an inaugural monthly Monday Mindfulness & Movement for Wellness Workshop Series, the first ever offered for CSA members, and it is being facilitated by our Board Director Denise Schira. You can find the virtual and in person wellness sessions...

Dr. Philip Composto Retires

With great pride and joy, we are sharing some wonderful news: After an unparalleled successful career, Dr. Philip Composto is planning to retire. We will share any and all information about this – and the specifics in the days ahead. Stay tuned!!

Save the Date

The NYAPE will be holding our Annual Forum on December 4, 2023 at Fordham University. Check back for more details.

Annual Medalist Event

This year we are again holding our annual Medalist Meeting virtually. We are anticipating resuming in person meetings in the fall of 2022. In the meantime, please join us for an exciting evening on May 16, 2022 as we welcome our 2022 Medalist: Former Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter, President...

Welcome I.S. 201, K, The Madeleine Brennan School!

Every educator in New York knows the legacy of our colleague, Madeleine Brennan who passed away in April 2020. Among her many achievements and accomplishments, her distinguished tenure as Principal of I.S. 201 in Brooklyn truly stands out. She retired in 2013 as the city’s longest serving Principal. We...

Videos from our Lastest Dinner Meeting

We are delighted that we continue to function successfully and hold our meetings despite the Covid pandemic situation. Follow the link below to view videos of our Presenter, Regent Lester Young and our Medalist, Virginia Roach. We are very proud of their accomplishments. We are very...

Remembering September 11, 2001

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on U.S. soil. It is a time to remember the courage of so many firefighters, paramedics, New York policemen and New York’s Port Authority Officers that sacrificed their lives to save others, and a time to honor the memory...

Annual Medalist Award

This year’s Medalist is Dr. Virginia Roach, former Dean and Executive Director of the Center for Talented Youth at Fordham University. View Recording

Seeking NAESP National Office

Liza Caraballo-Suarez, the long-time Principal of the Magnet School of Agriculture, Engineering & Design-PS 120, a pre-K-5 school in east Williamsburg is more than willing to explain how she works…until she gets the resources she needs to help her students. “My advocacy for equity and access for my students...

Mr. G Zooms with PS 43 students

Mr. G Zoomed with 1st, 2nd and 3rd grade students at PS 43. He read his book, The Forecast is Love, answered students’ questions and gave them a tour of his home studio. Students were inspired by him and some dream to become weather forecasters.

Mr. G. to donate copies of his new book

Irv Gikofsky – aka – renowned meteorologist “Mr. G.” is donating 1000 copies of his published book, The Forecast Is Love, to elementary schools. Recently inducted into the Academy, this former New York City educator needs no introduction to so many of us. He has highlighted and spotlighted the...

Job opportunity

Pace University is in need of Field Supervisors for their student teaching program. Among our members are many brilliant and talented educators who would be great assets to the program. If you are interested in one of the positions, you can find further information here.

“The Forecast is Love”

Mr. G, educator and weatherman, invites Placita, Armando and Karen who are frightened of the world around them, to come with him on a learning adventure. They learn that the world is beautiful and they are safe to dream and become whatever they want to be.

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