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Donors The Art of Major Gifts: Strategies to Find and Cultivate New Prospects Winkler Group Combat “Donor Fatigue” with These Tips to Revitalize Your Fundraising GG+A Four Ways to Enhance Stewardship for Your Donors ISM A Little Kindness Goes a […]

Boundaries for Educators in a Kid’s World

Join this interactive webinar as we explore the crucial topic of boundaries for educators in a children’s world. We will discuss these six topics explaining why establishing clear boundaries is essential: Our unique work environment PreK-12 student statistics about our […]

Designing Belonging Journeys From the Start: An Intentional Approach

A sense of belonging is crucial for students to thrive in their learning environments. By establishing a supportive and inclusive culture from the beginning, educators can create an environment where every student feels valued, accepted, and connected to their peers […]

Debra’s Friday Email – May 19, 2023

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Revealing 2023’s Biggest Trends With Students, Tech, & Social Media

Social media has one of the biggest influences on students’ well-being, and students’ attitudes and behaviors around technology are evolving as fast as digital devices themselves.  The Social Institute will share results from the world’s largest school survey about students, […]

Actioning Strategic Vision

What key considerations should independent school leaders bring to bear when implementing strategic plans?  How might all stakeholders be engaged in a process to achieve alignment?  How does performance management factor into holding senior leadership teams accountable, in terms of […]

Mental Health Crisis Plans

All schools have crisis plans―what to do in case of fire, tornado, or an intruder. SAIS recently reached out to school counselors and nurses asking, “Does your school have written policies, plans, or procedures for a student in a mental […]

Summer Planning for the Next School Year

As we close out the school year and begin planning for the next, it is important to review and update key policies and plans. The information below offers guidance and resources for schools as they examine employee and student handbooks, […]

News – From SAIS President Debra Wilson – May 2023

Happy May, Friends! It is hard to believe, but this is my last president’s letter for this newsletter. Next year you will see the voices of many SAIS board members in this spot as the organization transitions to new leadership. […]

Work Related Stress Among Employees: The Burnout Epidemic

The literature review in this paper is a review of what we currently know about chronic job-related stress and burn-out as of the summer of 2021.  This is about to radically change.  No one could have predicted the loss, grief, […]