Current Trainings

In February and March, WSSDA is offering workshops in person on both sides of the state and virtually. Current offerings are listed below, but more information is available at and

Legislative Conference

Legislative Conference 2022

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Board Boot Camp

Now you can get learning on demand with WSSDA’s virtual Board Boot Camp! What to expect With registration you gain access to the seven-part course curriculum, which includes: Part 1: Welcome to Virtual Board Boot Camp Part 2: School Board Governance & the Governance…

Professional Learning

School directors are invited to join WASA members on June 23 and June 28 for a timely, free webinar that will explore how to communicate effectively about equity with a divided community. Learn more…

Week On The Hill

Week on the Hill: Planning meetings Prepare for meeting legislators by gathering your thoughts and networking with colleagues. We’ve organized planning meetings by legislative district, which are open to all Legislative Conference registrants, and by caucus type, which are open to school board members…

Legislative Session Week Five

Monday, February 15, marks the policy committee cutoff for the 2021 legislative session. This means that any bill that has not been passed through an executive session (a.k.a. “exec’d”) out of its policy committee (e.g., House Education, Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education) by the end…

School Board Recognition Month Toolkit

Marking school board recognition month

The 2021 toolkit is designed to help districts recognize the contributions of our elected school board members for fostering educational equity and effective public schools.

Fall 2020 Regional Meetings

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Register for Annual Conference

Register now for the 2020 WSSDA Annual Conference! New this year is the ability to attend virtually and/or in-person. Learn more…

Voting begins for WSSDA Board Officers

The election window is now open for 2020-2021 WSSDA board officers. School board members should check their inbox for an email with a subject line of “You’re invited to vote…” Simply click the voting button in the email and you’ll be taken directly to…