Active membership is open to any practicing elementary, middle or high school administrator in Massachusetts. A practicing school administrator is defined to include any educator who spends a major part of his/her daily assignment in administering and supervising an elementary, middle or high school.
Associate membership is open to any individual who supports the objectives of the Association. Associate members shall have all the rights, services, and privileges of active members except that Associate members may not vote at the Annual Meeting nor serve on the Board of Directors.
To be eligible for Aspiring Administrator membership, an individual must have earned a college degree and have as a career goal attainment of the position of elementary, middle and high school administrator. Aspiring administrators may serve on Association standing committees in a non-voting capacity. They are entitled to the discounted workshop and conference registration fees of Active members. Aspiring administrators will receive all publications and mailings sent to Active members. Special services available to aspiring members include mentoring by retired administrators, visits to schools of practicing administrators, workshops specifically designed for this membership category, and notification of job openings in elementary, middle and high school.
Retired membership is open to former members of the MESPA (Massachusetts Elementary School Principals Association, MMLSAA (Massachusetts Middle Level School Administrators Association), and MSSAA (Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators Association) who are no longer eligible for active membership. Retired members shall have all the rights, services, and privileges of active members except that they will not be eligible to serve as President or Vice President. A member who holds a “Retired” membership but then returns to active practice may choose the membership category to which to belong.
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Joining MSAA provides membership rates for all professional development programs and conferences for the membership year; including a much-reduced rate for the annual Summer Institute in July.