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Talking to Kids About Violence

Reassuring children that they are safe and making time to talk are just a few suggestions for helping students cope with violence in their local community and wider world. The following resources offer age appropriate suggestions for teachers and parents […]

News – From SAIS President Debra Wilson – January 2023

Hello Friends! After the indulgences of December, I have to say that I generally embrace the starkness of January and planning for the calendar year ahead. Many of you are deep in basketball and the other sports of this winter […]

Powerful School Partnerships: Learning How to Serve Our Black and Brown Students

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The High Strategic Value of an Interim Head: A Conversation with Ralph Wales

Choosing an interim head of school doesn’t have to be a backup plan—it can be the most strategic option for a school in transition. Conventional wisdom suggests that when a head of school leaves their post, a new one must […]

Safer Hiring and Recruiting

Our research shows that independent school hiring managers do not have the optimum training in how to leverage the interviewing and reference-checking process to specifically screen for safety. During this webinar, we will cover strategies to go in-depth with the […]

First-Time Heads of School Roundtable

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The Resiliency Boys Need

Adolescents worldwide had been struggling with mental health issues pre-pandemic. Now, of course, these struggles have become far worse. Boys are far less likely to admit to mental health struggles, let alone to seek help, than are girls. Research shows, […]

News – From SAIS President Debra Wilson – December 2022

Hello Friends! As we race through the first few weeks of December, I hope its shortened days bring a winter break window during which we can all rest a little more as we enter into our various festivities and prepare […]

Building Teams

We are committed to teams. Many of us spend Friday night or Saturday afternoon rooting for our school’s football team. Likewise, if we have our own children, we shuttle them to their sports activities so they can be on teams. […]

Reviewing Enrollment Contracts

Is it Time for a Quick Update or a Complete Overhaul? As we look toward the next semester, we’ve collected resources to guide your review of the student enrollment contract. An Enforceable, Flexible, Perpetual Enrollment Agreement? NAISDefining contractual terms, maintaining […]