The Principal Regional Institute (PRI) is designed to build the leadership capacity of principals and central office administrators. Nearly 120 principals and central office administrators from public schools in the RESA 6 geographical area have the opportunity to advance their knowledge and leadership skills through participation in the PRI. The PRI Advisory Council includes administrators from all counties and programmatic levels. The Advisory Council identifies topics and presenters and establishes the agendas to ensure that the leadership training meets the expectations and needs of participants.
RESA-6 Advisory Council
Hancock County . . . Dawn Petrovich, Dan Enich, Cyndy Virtue, Kristin Bissett
Brooke County . . . . Rhonda Combs, Scott Donohew, Nicole Ennis, Scott Donohew, Greg Rothwell
Ohio County . . . . . Michelle Snyder, Walt Sanders, Raquel McLeod, Ken Sexton
Marshall County . . .Karen Clamut, Cassie Porter, Woody Yoder, Arica Holt
Wetzel County . . . . Debbie Novotny, Kathi Schmalz, Shane Highley, Tammy Chambers
RESA 6 . . . . . . . . . Marian V. Kajfez
RESA-6 PRINCIPAL REGIONAL INSTITUTE PURPOSE STATEMENT
PRI builds administrative leadership and skills that support continuous school improvement. Pertinent education information is provided to meet the needs of the educational leaders in RESA-6 at varying levels of expertise and educational settings.
Focus Areas : Leadership Development, School Improvement, Legal Issues, 21st Century Learning
The Principal Regional Institute, with sessions held in the fall and the spring, provides a forum for sharing and expanding the knowledge and skills of educational leaders in the RESA 6 counties.
Spring 2017 Session "Building Trauma-Informed Enviroments" - Refreshments: 8:00 AM; Sessions Begin: 8:30 AM
The meetings will be held on March 22nd & 23rd, 2017 at White Palace at Wheeling Park. The agenda and program descriptions can be found here.