Eiland named to state board of directors
Published 10:02 am Friday, July 22, 2011
Joe Eiland, principal at Highland Home School in the Crenshaw County school system has been elected to the board of directors of the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools.
Eiland was chosen by his state affiliate, the Alabama Association of Secondary School Principals to serve as an AASSP director on the CLAS board.
“Joe Eiland will be an excellent leader for Alabama’s premier school leader organization,” praises L. Earl Franks, CLAS executive director. “He will further the CLAS mission to coordinate and facilitate the resources of all members for the advancement of public education.”
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CLAS, the Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools was founded in 1969 by a small group of school leaders to provide targeted professional development and support for Alabama’s public school administrators.
CLAS now serves twelve affiliates representing each type of public school/school system leader.
CLAS provides the framework to connect dedicated school administrators and other successful leaders with a network for professional growth and support. Headquartered in Montgomery, AL, CLAS is the foremost professional development provider for administrators of public schools in the state of Alabama.