Next Week! Our 2019 Best Practices Forum on
Promoting Student Well-Being
Our upcoming Best Practices Forum,
Promoting Student Well-Being,
takes place on
April 9, 2019
Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School
, Washington, DC, with light fare and networking at 6:00pm and the program from 6:30-8:30pm.
A program flyer is available
and you can RSVP
Please encourage your entire school community to attend (administrators, faculty, staff, PA Presidents, school parents), as we have a fantastic panel lined up to provide insight and practical takeaways!
- Ethics/Service/Leadership -- John Bellaschi, Landon School
- Equity/Cultural Awareness/Global Citizenship -- Kiki Davis, St. Stephens & St. Agnes School
- Social/Emotional/Mental Well-Being -- Phyllis Fagell, Sheridan School
- Academic/Intellectual Well-Being -- Corinne Fogg, Stone Ridge
- Physical Well-Being -- Heidi Greenhalgh, Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School
- Digital Well-Being -- Barbara Huth, Common Sense Media
And, there is still time for your school to participate in the Best Practices e-binder by filling out the online questionnaire
or by sending an MS Word document to
with “Best Practices” in the subject line
as soon as possible
Hope you are able to join us on April 9th!
Save the Date! Parent Association Presidents' Forum
incoming and outgoing
Parent Association Presidents!
Parent Association Presidents’ Forum will be on Tuesday, May 7
from 8:30-11:00 am at the Primary Day School
7300 River Road, Bethesda, MD). This event
offers an informative discussion for incoming PA Presidents, with advice and insight from outgoing PA Presidents. It is an opportunity to hear how different schools structure their parent associations, and to learn some “tips and tricks” for juggling the significant responsibilities of being a PA President. Please encourage your current and incoming PA Presidents to attend!
Student Leader Breakfast Summaries
The Middle School Student Leader Breakfast Summary has now been posted on the PCW website. Please share it with your school community! You can find a link
If you haven't already done so, please also share the summary of our Upper School Student Leader Breakfast. You can find a link to the document
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