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About Us

Meet Our Executive Director

Mr. Jack Hoke

Jack Hoke currently serves as Executive Director of the North Carolina School Superintendents’ Association.  He retired in April, 2012 after serving twelve years as superintendent of the Alexander County Schools in Taylorsville, North Carolina.  He also served as an associate superintendent for two years in the Alexander County Schools.  He served as principal at the elementary, middle and high school levels in the Caldwell County Schools and served for 32 years in school administration.

Mr. Hoke is supported by members of the NCASA team.

To contact the Executive Director, click HERE.

NCSSA is your resource for educational leadership and support. As a core affiliate of the North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA), one rate includes membership privileges in both organizations.

We are proud to offer the following benefits:


  • Advocacy to Support NC Public Education & School Leaders

  • Legal/Liability Consultant Expertise on Education Issues

  • Specialized Professional Development

  • Networking with Other School Leaders

  • Members-Only Resources


Learn more about membership, or take a look at our calendar and plan to join us for our next event. We hope to see you soon!


Connecting Superintendents Across North Carolina!

Who is eligible to join NCSSA?
Membership in NCSSA is open to the 115 local superintendents in the state as well as the directors of the state’s Regional Education Service Alliances (RESAs). Superintendents and their local board of education may also choose to have their LEA join NCSSA’s umbrella organization, the North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA), as a District Member, which covers the superintendent’s membership in NCSSA and connects all members of their leadership team (including their principals and assistant principals) to support services that NCASA provides to all through timely communications, top-notch professional development, and effective non-partisan advocacy in law and policy development affecting K-12 education. NCASA memberships run concurrent with the traditional academic school year and begin on July 1 and expire on June 30.

Not sure if your district is a Unit Member?
Contact NCASA

Professional Development
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Legislative &
Policy Advocacy

For more in details about the benefits of being a member of NCSSA and NCASA, click HERE!

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