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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 […]

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, […]

Mental Health Resources

School-Wide A ‘Fiercely Compassionate’ Approach to Student Mental Health The 74 Bringing a Dog to School Edutopia How to Mitigate the Youth Mental Health Crisis in Schools: Connection + Belonging Challenge Success National Guidelines for Child and Youth Behavioral Health […]

Evaluating the Head of School

Articles and Information Controversial Topics: 360 Evaluation and Executive Session John Littleford & Associates Why a 360-style evaluation is not the best choice and the recommended process for head evaluation Evaluate the Leader Against Concrete Goals Using a Fair, Transparent […]

Student Behavior and Discipline Policy Resources

An Employee Handbook Refresher Course for Independent Schools McLane Middleton Clarify Your School’s Handbook Policy About Reporting Student Discipline NAIS Creating Policies for Social Media Discipline NAIS First Circuit Decision Underscores Importance Of Effective Enrollment Agreements And Student Handbooks Schwartz […]

Academic Support For All: An MTSS Framework

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 […]

ChatGPT: Understanding the tool and implications for our classrooms

ChatGPT. By now you’ve probably heard of this latest innovation of artificial intelligence and maybe even seen examples or played with it yourself. We’ve collected several resources to help schools understand the technology and its capabilities and drawbacks, as well […]