Providing unique learning opportunities designed by and for school leaders.
Programs and Services
Participation in the programs/services organized and sponsored by the
Principals’ Center is open to all leaders of public, parochial, and
private K-12 schools/districts. Many Principals' Center programs carry
the option for participants to earn graduate credits from the
University. For more information on Principals' Center programs, please
click on any of the links on the left side of this page.
Questions about the Principals’ Center and its programs/services can
be directed to any member of the Board of Directors or to Eric Dimmitt faculty liaison, at email@example.com or (414) 410-4688.
Register for Our Event
Please use this CASHNet link to register for each Breakfast Conversation of your choice. Due to the nature of the series, you need to register for each one individually.
Breakfast Conversation costs $35.00 to attend. One or two graduate
credits available for attendance of the entire Breakfast Conversation Series. Further information will be shared upon registration
for the Breakfast Series. To earn 1 or 2 credits, you will need to apply to the university to be registered for the Educ 536 Best Practices for School Leaders: Embracing Change course. Please follow click on this link.
2016/17 Principals' Center Breakfast Series: Embracing Change
Midway Hotel soon to be Best Western 1005 S. Moorland Rd., Brookfield, WI 53005
Thursdays 7:30-9:30 a.m.
October 20, 2016 - Mindset
- Mark Scheiber, Director, Director of Instruction, Glendale River Hills School District
- Essential Question: What is your mindset and how does it influence your work as a leader?
November 17, 2016 Trauma Sensitive/Trauma Informed Schools
- Sara Daniel, Director of Clinical Services and Staff Development, SaintA
- Essential Question: How do we as school leaders support our staff in addressing the needs of students facing traumatic life situations?
December 8, 2016 Closing the Achievement Gap
- Dr. Tabia Jones, Executive Vice President of Education, Instructional Leadership for Universal Companies in Milwaukee
- Essential Question: As a school leader, how do we model the diversification of teaching and learning?
February 9, 2017 Goal Setting Personalized Learning:
- Dr. Jim Rickabaugh, Institute for Personalized Learning, CESA 1
- Essential Question: How do we lead schools in which students become more accountable for their learning?
March 9, 2017 Admin ED Camp = Sharing
- Jay Posick-Merton, Intermediate Principal; Social Media Proponent, Principals' PD/EdCamp Coor
- Mike Budisch, Merton Primpary Principal/EdCamp attendee
- Essential Question: How can EdCamp bring you what you really need to stretch yourself as a school leader??
April 13, 2017 Legal Update
- Gary Reusch, Buelow, Vetter
- Essential Question: How can you prepare to address current legal issues at your school?
The Principals’ Center is founded on the belief that school
leaders who are purposeful, passionate, and reflective about their work,
and who are engaged in sustained exchange of ideas with colleagues,
have greater potential to transform schools to ensure student
To encourage school leaders to actively engage in leadership development, the Principals’ Center will:
- sponsor and lead workshops, conversations, and reflection, based on current research and best practice
- provide opportunities to build collegial relationships
- promote the mutual exchange of ideas relevant to professional growth
- engage the Cardinal Stritch University Master's in Educational
Leadership students and College of Education and Leadership faculty in a
mutual exchange of ideas with school leaders so that all will learn
from one another
- support school leaders in facilitating effective practice that positively impacts student achievement
The Principals’ Center is governed by a board of directors whose members are practicing or retired school leaders and a faculty liaison from the University.