The TASA Midwinter Conference has become the most popular conference of the year for Texas school leaders because it provides such a valuable opportunity to come together to discuss and share innovative practices, network with peers, address the administrative issues administrators face every day, and gain fresh insights.

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FUTURE DATES

Mark your calendar for future TASA Midwinter Conferences! The conference’s permanent home is the Austin Convention Center.

  • January 24-27, 2021
  • January 30-February 2, 2022
  • January 29-February 1, 2023

Call for Proposals

The call for presenters is now open! Submit your presentation proposal by June 21, 2019.

Registration and Housing Opens!

August 16th

Exhibit @ Midwinter

Registration opens July 1

Announcements

While PDFs of some conference presentations that TASA has permission to share are already available on the mobile app, more will soon be available. Please check the app if you are looking for a particular presentation PDF.

Follow along on Twitter as we gear up for the 2019 TASA Midwinter Conference using the hashtag #TASA19. Exhibiting? Tweet about it using #TASA19.

Help us make the 2020 Midwinter Conference even better! All 2019 conference attendees will be emailed an invitation to complete our online evaluation. We encourage you to provide us with your feedback and look forward to your comments and suggestions.

Photos from the TASA 2019 Midwinter Conference have been posted. TASA will post video from the conference general sessions on our Vimeo page based on permission being granted by the speakers.

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Mission & Vision

Our mission is to promote, provide, and develop leaders who create and sustain student-centered schools and develop future-ready students.

We envision innovative, future-focused leaders for every public school student.

 

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Location

Austin Convention Center
500 E. Cesar Chavez St.
Austin, TX 78701

Conference Hours

Sunday:  7:30am – 7pm
Monday: 7:30am – 5pm
Tuesday: 7:30am – 5pm
Wednesday: 7:30am – 2:30pm

Phone & Email

512.477.6361
tasa@tasanet.org

President’s Message

Welcome and thank you for joining us for TASA’s 2020 Midwinter Conference!

Greg Smith

Superintendent, Clear Creek ISD

Calendar

Sunday, January 26

Welcome Reception:  5:30 – 7pm

Monday, January 27

First General Session:  3:30 – 5pm

Tuesday, January 28

First General Session:  3:30 – 5pm

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Testimonials

“Jill is an inspiring leader both in her district and among her fellow TASA members. With TASA, she is co-leader of the design work for the Future-Ready Superintendents Leadership Network (FRSLN). Her energy, organization, focus, and inclusive approach to doing the work makes TASA a stronger organization. Additionally, Jill shared with us her approach to district safety/security talks. She is always willing to share so that others can learn from what she has done in her own district.”

Frank Alfaro

Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services, Alamo Heights ISD

“Dr. McFarland continually reminds all team members in Sweetwater ISD that our purpose is to serve students. All of our decisions are based on the benefit to the children in our community. Dr. McFarland models lifelong learning and highly ethical conduct. He strives to grow professionally and encourages team members to do the same. His steady leadership even in turbulent times makes him a leader worth following.”

Melinda McCarthy

Assistant Superintendent, Sweetwater ISD

“In Dr. Hernandez, we have an amazing leader who supports us, grows us, pushes us, and makes us think differently. I have grown more in the last five months than I have in my entire career. That is what a ‘true inspiring leader’ does. Dr. Hernandez meets monthly with different groups within the district and the community. He is approachable and he is now not only inspiring me but also staff, students, parents, and the community.”

Olga Moucoulis

Chief of Staff, Edgewood ISD (20)

Participants

Sessions

Exhibitors

Years Strong

Get In Touch

Location: 406 East 11th Street

Telephone: (512) 477-6361

Email: tasa@tasanet.org

Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm

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