North Dakota Council of Educational Leaders

 NDCEL Executive Assistant/Office Manager Opening

If you have not yet heard Mavis Christianson will be retiring at the end of June, 2017. We will definitely miss Mavis in the office and wish that she and Roger enjoy retirement to the fullest extent.  Mavis retirement does open up a position in the office that will need to be filled. If you or someone you know is interested in this position please click here and search "NDCEL"!

Please call the office if you have any questions.

School Calendar Guidance

There have been some questions related to school closures due to weather or other emergencies. Here is some guidance for all! (Click here)

Unveiling Our New Job Posting Website -!

Check out our new vacancy website at  North Dakota school districts can subscribe to this service and be able to post ALL their school-related job openings. Download an enrollment form today (click here).


Welcome to our new website!

We have launched an all-new website, with improved navigation, more information, and more ways for you to interact with us. 

What's New:

  • Renew your membership.
  • Register for events.
  • Pay your dues or conference registration by credit card!
  • Access to a members-only directory.
  • Members-only community forums.

We are excited about all these new features and hope you are too!

The Benefits of Membership

  1. Legal Assistance
  2. Conferences
  3. Legislative Representation
  4. Publications
  5. State-Level Liaison
  6. Coalitions for Education
  7. Special Discounts
  8. Consultant/Research Services
  9. Peer Contact
  10. Strength in Numbers
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Executive Director Deliberations

Things have been pretty crazy for me in the past couple months.  As you all know, we brought a beautiful baby girl into this world and with that comes pieces that many of you are probably familiar with...I won’t got into the gruesome details, but let’s just say my life got a whole lot busier.  We’ve been working hard to prepare for what is likely to be a relatively tough legislative session.  

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