COSA/Department Leaders


OASSA Executive Committee

Committee Description

Oregon Association of Secondary Administrators (OASSA) serves those administrators who are actively engaged in the administration or supervision of secondary and middle schools/students.  Membership includes principals and vice principals of middle schools, junior highs, high schools and all other levels of administrators in the secondary school.
 
The purpose of the executive committee is:

  • to exercise leadership in promoting the best interest of secondary education in Oregon; and
  • to develop cooperation, professional growth, promote the general welfare of secondary school administrators and work cooperatively with the Oregon Board of Education and other groups, organizations and institutions in the support of public and private secondary education.

Elections for OASSA officers are held annually.  OASSA presidents serve three years (as president-elect, president and past-president) and NASSP Coordinator.  OASSA members-at-large serve 2-year terms.


Committee Leadership
Lee W Loving
(President Elect)
Principal
Ridgeview High School
Redmond, OR
United States

Matt Thatcher
(Past President)
Principal
Cascade High School
Turner, OR
United States

Peyton Chapman
(At Large Member)
Principal
Lincoln High School
Portland, OR
United States

John George
(At Large Member)
Principal
Dexter McCarty Middle School
Gresham, OR
United States

Therese Gerlits
(At Large Member)
Assistant Principal
Silverton High School
Silverton, OR
United States

Roland Marshall
(At Large Member)
Principal
Weston-McEwen High School
Athena, OR
United States

Clint R Raever
(At Large Member)
Principal
Toledo Junior/Senior High School
Toledo, OR
United States

Ms Cynthia Richardson
(At Large Member)
Principal
North Salem High School
Salem, OR
United States

Majalise W Tolan
(At Large Member)
Principal
Taft High
Lincoln City, OR
United States

Craig Hawkins
(COSA Executive Director)
Executive Director
Confederation of Oregon School Administrators
Salem, OR
United States