Leadership Development in Millard Public Schools
Millard Public Schools has focused on a systemic leadership development process. Click here to see an overview.
Leadership is defined in MPS as the art and science of inspiring others toward a common mission and a shared vision through collaborative relationships characterized by integrity, humility, resiliency, and commitment to empowering others to reach their highest potential.
In an effort to define leadership in Millard Public Schools, a definition and framework were developed during the 2012-2013 school year. Leadership Framework
The purpose of MPS Leadership Academy is to develop leadership capacity in MPS. Participating staff includes leaders who aspire to become principals, district teacher leaders or grow as a building teacher leader. Leadership Academy is open to MPS certificated staff.
Click here to see the 2016-2017 overview. Congratulations to the new 2016-2017 Leadership Academy class. 2016-2017 Leadership Academy Roster
2017-2018 Leadership Academy application information will be shared in the January 2017 Leadership & Learning newsletter. Click here to see the 2017-2018 overview.
New Administrator Induction
In addition to the comprehensive leadership staff development provided to all administrators and other leaders, Millard also provides a 2-year New Administrator Induction program. Click here for more information.
The purpose of Millard's Elementary Principal Institute is to provide professional development for aspiring elementary principals through a structured, supportive, and experiential process. There are 3 requirements in order for staff members to receive an invitation. 1) MA degree in Elementary Education or be able to qualify for the endorsement; 2) Working in one of the following teacher leader positions: admin intern or district level teacher (e.g. Curriculum Facilitator, etc.); 3) Candidate wants to be an elementary principal. Click here to see an overview.