Payment is required by credit card at the time of registration. Please see below for information on paying with a purchase order.
County/state funds are accepted if submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 45 days prior to the event start date, but seats are not reserved based on a PO. To guarantee a seat, please register with a credit card and we will refund the credit card payment when the county/state monies are received.
Please refer to the individual event pages for the cancellation deadlines and process.
Please contact Abby Schultz, events specialist, at email@example.com or 678-255-8916
SAIS professional development events are designed for those in the K-12 independent school community. Topics such as working with parents and the board are presented and discussed through the lens of the independent school culture. As such, registration is limited to those from independent schools that are either already members of SAIS or from non-member schools that meet the membership candidacy criteria. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about eligibility.
Business casual (erring on the side of casual) is always safe with us. We want you to be comfortable. Be sure to bring a jacket or sweater
To request a certificate of participation, please complete this form. SAIS provides certificates of participation that include clock hours for the number of instructional hours offered during each professional development opportunity. SAIS does not offer official continuing education credits through a university or state agency.
SAIS does not offer official continuing education credits through a university or state agency. As to state and/or licensing requirements, those will vary from state to state and with the level or type of certification. Please consult with your supervisor or head of school for further clarification.
SAIS desires for participants to receive quality professional development in a conducive learning environment. If there is a concern regarding any aspect of an event, participants are invited to address it with Lori Spear, executive vice president, via verbal and/or written documentation aimed at achieving a satisfactory resolution for the participant. To assure fair treatment for all participants and attempts to anticipate problems, the program’s advisory group may be included in the process.
The power of our association network resides in the willingness to share resources and knowledge. Both members and non-members are encouraged to propose sessions. This form collects ongoing session proposals for all SAIS programs.