Ten Ways To Be A Great Feeder School

Status: RECORDED on NOV 30, 2016

$156 Non-Member

[$143.00 Gold Member]

Enhance your school’s next-level placement success (and the mission-serving and marketing benefits that it yields) by attending this Webinar, which presents and provides guidance on steps to take to refine your identity as a feeder school to desirable destinations for your graduates.

While this Webinar addresses some aspects of your relationship with your students’ families, the main focus is on building and sustaining your relationship with next level schools. Learn about issues to consider and specific steps to take to foster a strong partnership with next level schools.

We'll cover these topics and more:

  • Understanding and “working” the placement triangle (feeder-applicant family-admiting school)
  • Establishing and maintaining strong relationships with next-level schools
  • Creating program partnerships
  • Responding to sensitive matters (declined admission or financial aid)
  • Feeder school pitfalls to avoid

Run Time:
Total run time is 60 minutes. The presentation will run approximately 45 minutes with 15 minutes designated for Q&A.

Who Should Attend:Administrators responsible for next level placement along the K–12 journey. (This Webinar does not address college placement concerns.)

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Roger Dillow, M.A., M.S.W.

ISM Adjunct Consultant

During his career of over 40 years, Roger Dillow has been an educator, consultant, and mental health professional. He has been teacher, athletic coach, advisor, and administrator at four independent schools; a mental health counselor and consultant at three independent and two public schools; an instructor of family systems theory and its applications at two universities and a psychotherapy training center; and a psychotherapist in agency and private practice.

A former full-time consultant at ISM on a range of management and governance matters, his current adjunct role is focused primarily on advisory programs and enrollment management. He is the author of ISM’s Mission-Based Advisory: A Professional Development Manual third edition, published May, 2016.

He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the College of William and Mary and master’s degrees from Syracuse and Rutgers Universities and is a member of the International Positive Psychology Association.

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