we discuss how to establish conflict resolution policies, diversify world language offerings, and educate the Board concerning Form 990.
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ISM Webinars are powerful professional development resources for the busy administrator whose schedule doesn’t allow for a moment away from the office. Our sessions are packed with practical tools, tips, and insightful research.
emergency rooms treat more than 200,000 children ages 14 and younger for playground-related injuries!
Your students are your school’s most valuable assets. Carrying Student Accident Insurance is just one more precaution your school can take to protect your athletes, scholars, and shining stars—for pennies per student. We offer plans to protect your domestic, international, and international K–college bound students.
Your job is to ensure that your school is fiscally sound, legally compliant, and safe for your entire school community. Join us at the academy to learn essential strategies to achieve these foundational goals and develop your professional support network.
Sometimes it can feel as though fund raising never stops. As soon as one campaign is over, another begins. Once the Parent Association raises enough money to send students to band camp, they begin another for basketball uniforms—and doesn’t the biology lab need new beakers?
All of these requests can drown your families in a tidal wave of requests for money, leaving them exhausted by the time the annual fund comes around. An easy way to fix this is an “ask” calendar.
Tiered memberships. Financial incentives. Substantial rewards. These dangle like carrots tied to the proverbial stick, encouraging potential donors to reach for their wallets to make gifts to your private-independent school. But, are donor incentive programs really the way to drive donations?
After days of maneuvering around stacks of unopened envelopes balanced on desks like paper Jenga towers and peering at indecipherable handwriting on recommendations and evaluations, you’ve done it. You have created the perfect incoming class for next school year. You are about to make some fortunate children (and their parents) incredibly happy. Now, to tell them the great news!
Enter your acceptance packet.
Remember when a “post on your wall” meant some strange form of graffiti and everyone had an AOL chat handle? In memory of some of our favorite social Web sites of days gone by, here is a list of three defunct social media sites, why they tanked, and what your school’s social marketing campaign can learn from their errors.
International students can be an enormous boon to your private-independent school, but are you taking full advantage of the opportunities they offer? Read on if you’d like to find three reasons why your foreign students’ presence can give your private-independent school a boost.