ATPE Is Looking for Leaders Like You

ATPE knows many educators are looking for ways to expand their leadership skills—and they’re in luck! ATPE offers several opportunities for educators to develop their leadership skills. 

ATPE is now accepting nominations for state officer positions until March 15. A candidate for ATPE state office must be an active professional, administrator, associate, or retired member of the association and must currently be serving, or must have served within the past five years, as a local unit, region, or state officer within ATPE. 

If you think you’ve got what it takes to lead our members, then we want to hear from you. Contact staff liaison Bret Messer at to learn more about qualifications and how to run for office. Then, we’ll see you at the House of Delegates in July for the election! 

Did you know? March 15 is also the deadline for proposed bylaws amendments to be received by the ATPE state office in order to be considered by the House of Delegates this summer. Bylaws amendments must be signed by the ATPE member proposing the change and may be mailed to ATPE, 305 E. Huntland Dr., Suite 300, Austin, TX 78752.

Trackback URL:


Blog post currently doesn't have any comments.

© The Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE) 2021
All Rights Reserved
No part of this website or blog or any of its contents may be reproduced, copied, modified or adapted, without the prior written consent of the Association of Texas Professional Educators, unless otherwise indicated for stand-alone materials. All requests for content sharing or dissemination may be forwarded to the Communications Director, ATPE at