2018-07-11 / News

Sandusky principal leads state organization


Steve Carlson, the new president of the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals, poses with current and former high school principals from Sanilac County. Left to right: Brad Hale, Brown City Schools; Kyle Wood, Croswell-Lexington Schools; Carlson; and Ryan Cayce, former principal at Ubly and Croswell-Lexington Schools and now on staff at MASSP as director of digital learning and resources. Courtesy photo Steve Carlson, the new president of the Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals, poses with current and former high school principals from Sanilac County. Left to right: Brad Hale, Brown City Schools; Kyle Wood, Croswell-Lexington Schools; Carlson; and Ryan Cayce, former principal at Ubly and Croswell-Lexington Schools and now on staff at MASSP as director of digital learning and resources. Courtesy photo Steve Carlson, principal of Sandusky Junior-Senior High School is the new president of the Michigan Association of Secondary Principals.

Carlson moved into the position on June 24, after serving as president-elect of the organization for the past year.

His term as president is for the 2018-19 school year.

“MASSP provides professional development, advocacy efforts, and member services to the nearly 1,800 MASSP members in the state, the vast majority of which are high school or middle school principals,” said Carlson.

“As president, I hope to increase advocacy efforts from members on educational issues that will impact Michigan’s students. I’ll also continue to represent the unique challenges of the small rural schools, as I’ve tried to do since becoming a member of the MASSP Board of Directors in 2014.”

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