Prospective Principal Program (P3)

Prospective Principal Program 2019 Cohort

Prospective Principal Program (P3)


The Prospective Principal Program is designed to prepare a select cohort of experienced Leander ISD campus and district administrators to successfully enter the principalship. The program provides cohort members the opportunity to gain targeted, timely, and personalized professional learning with a focus on the qualities and skills needed to lead a Leander ISD campus. Course content is aligned to the LISD Leadership Profile with the goal of operationalizing the LISD Superintendent goal of “ensuring a world class workforce focused on student achievement by increasing leadership capacity.”

Applications open through Aug. 12
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Objectives

  • To increase leadership capacity throughout the district by developing a cohort of school leaders who are prepared to successfully transition into the principalship
  • To equip current campus and district administrators to lead diverse campuses and positively impact student growth as a principal in Leander ISD
  • To facilitate professional growth for participants that positively impacts current and future leadership roles within the district


Cohort Selection

  • Application window for Prospective Principal Program (P3) cohort will be July 30th - August 10th; Interested applicants should apply through Leander ISD Job Posting site
  • Applications will be screened by a committee comprised of district and campus leaders
  • Selected applicants will receive an invitation to complete a Hire Vue video interview
  • Candidates selected for the P3 cohort will be announced after Labor Day


Cohort Criteria

  • Master’s degree and administrative certification
  • Hold current position as campus or district administrator in Leander ISD
  • Two or more years of service as a campus administrator (including the year of application)
  • Previous P3 members are not eligible to apply.

Program Components

  • Face-to-face professional learning with Leander ISD district and campus leaders
  • Online learning component through Google classroom
  • Seven, three-hour sessions throughout the year


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