Public School Administrators & Supervisors Association of Baltimore City

Our President, Karl E. Perry and our Baltimore City Principals at the National Principal's Month congressional policy briefing sponsored by AFSA, NASSP and NAESP.

Our Vice President, Rhonda Richetta out supporting our members at our Food Truck Pop at Baltmore City Schools District Headquarters.

"All of us in PSASA leadership appreciate everything that you do to make our district successful while we strive to educate the children of Baltimore City." - Karl E. Perry, PSASA President 

Our Vision And Mission Are Clear For 2023-2024

The Public School Administrators and Supervisors Association’s vision is to empower educational excellence through our shared unity and collaboration, to foster a sense of togetherness and cooperation among our school administrators and supervisors who will work collectively to create a positive impact on Baltimore City Public Schools, and to elevate the quality of education provided to all students. Our staunch advocacy for policies that support PSASA administrators in their professional growth will result in a brighter and more promising future for all involved in the educational community.

"Our Mission: Advocating, Empowering, and Elevating Educational Leadership for a Thriving Learning Community."

In this mission statement, the Public School Administrators and Supervisors Association outlines its core objectives and commitments. PSASA’s primary purpose is to advocate on behalf of school administrators and supervisors, ensuring their voices are heard and their needs are met in the educational landscape of
Baltimore City. Through empowerment, PSASA aims to provide resources, professional development opportunities, and support to administrators, fostering their growth and success in their roles. PSASA also seeks to elevate the importance of effective educational leadership, recognizing the vital role administrators and supervisors play in creating a positive, equitable, and thriving learning environment for all. By uniting all of our members while collaborating with all stakeholders, PSASA strives to contribute to the continuous improvement of the educational system, ensuring every student has access to high-quality education and opportunities for a prosperous future.

While both the United States and Italy face significant challenges, sharing strategies and learning from each other’s experiences can help improve the mental health support systems in both countries.
Investments in Title II-A are an essential component of the strategies to address these troubling trends.

Your monthly investment in AFSA provides a number of benefits including a host of insurance policies. However, AFSA must have your most current information on file, or you will not qualify for these benefits or you may be denied coverage.

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This past weekend, we hosted a Food Truck Pop up for our members at the Baltimore City Schools District Offices as a way to say thank you and be in community! Thank you to all that attended! A special thank you to our Vice President, Rhonda Richetta for being on site to support our members. 

In the wake of the post-COVID-19 pandemic world, we are witnessing a surge in stress and anxiety among our students. It is imperative that we as school leaders are dedicated to implementing strategies that have been proven by research to enhance students' mental health, emotional well-being and academic success.

Central offices were set up more than a century ago to handle business and regulatory functions. Today’s schools require a fundamentally new approach.
AFSA has embarked on an official collaboration with the largest network of school leaders in Italy, Senza Zaino.