Date: March 29, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern
Stress is up, wellness is down, and school leaders need to act.
We’re rapidly approaching some of the hardest school months.
Tests, prom, and graduation are hallmarks of the spring semester—but are often accompanied by stress, social conflicts, and rising levels of anxiety and depression. Because of these factors, March and April often see the most teen suicide attempts.
Community wellness—for your students, parents, and staff—must be front and center for school leaders in the spring months.
Join ISM and SAIS President Debra Wilson to explore the latest research in school wellness and what you can do right now to support your community.
You will learn how to:
Debra WilsonPresident, SAIS
Debra joined the SAIS staff in July 2019. She grew up in Connecticut, where she graduated from the Williams School, an independent school located on the campus of Connecticut College. Debra received her B.A. in English from Sewanee, The University of the South, and her J.D. from the University of South Carolina at Columbia. She previously served as general counsel for NAIS for 19 years. Before joining the NAIS staff, Debra was a tax litigator at the Department of Justice. Her past and current board service includes EMA-The Enrollment Management Association, GEBG-Global Education Benchmark Group, MISBO-Mid-South Independent School Business Officers, and NNSP-National Network of School Partnerships. She is an avid reader, photographer, and cook who loves to be outdoors in the low country of South Carolina.
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