Thursday, June 11, 4 p.m. ET
The Next Normal: Enrollment Trends and Strategies in Uncertain Times
As we approach the “next normal,” leaders in the business office and enrollment management will need to work together to navigate a rapidly changing landscape and tackle pressing questions. How can we reduce summer melt? What support do families need? What does next year look like? Drawing on results from an Enrollment Management Association (EMA) member survey conducted in response to COVID-19, EMA presenters will share key insights and actionable takeaways to help you move forward. Learn more about NBOA's summer webinar series and register here.
ARTICLE: A well-managed long-term unoccupancy can save schools significant resources.
REGULATORY UPDATE: On May 22, the Treasury released new guidance on PPP loan forgiveness. The PPP loan forgiveness application and FAQs were issued earlier in May.
WEBINAR RECORDING: NBOA staff and legal counsel joined Armanino to discuss PPP documentation, expense tracking & long-range planning.
WEBINAR RECORDING: What independent schools need to know if they accept federal financial assistance. Hosted by ATIXA.
ARTICLE: School leaders are rethinking everything from physical space to agreements to funding sources. Download an interactive checklist.
WEBINAR RECORDING: Nationally renowned medical, legal and communications experts shared advice on reopening.
The St. Paul’s Schools developed this workbook to determine how many people may safely be in a classroom or other space during social distancing.
Find a DOE resource guide, compliance checklist and sample polices. See also “Title IX Compliance,” a recorded webinar hosted by ATIXA.
An interactive PDF covering key areas, including communications, safety protocols, tech needs, finances, contracts and summer programming.
Provisions of the Act that apply to independent schools, with links to loan toolkits and guides to the application process.
Provisions of the Act that apply to independent schools, with updated FAQs that reflect new DOL guidance.
An easy-to-use 10-year budget model that creates real-time forecasts for tuition, enrollment, FTEs, plant replacement and more.
At this time, independent schools that accept loans related to COVID-19 legislation will be considered recipients of federal financial assistance. For information on what it means to be a recipient of federal financial assistance, see Part II of this NAIS Member Advisory, “That’s a Lot of Money! Should I Take it, or Leave it? A Guide for Independent Schools Considering Federal Financial Assistance” (requires NAIS member login) and the McLane Middleton article, “FFA and the SBA: Implications for Independent Schools Accepting Federal Financial Assistance.” Based on our current knowledge of the SBA PPP program, focus your attention on the sections regarding the Age Discrimination Act, Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504.
NAIS and NBOA are advocating for changes to the law. NBOA members can learn more about these efforts via NBOA Connect.
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Leadership | Independent schools are moving wellness initiatives online and finding new ways to support their community. Interview by Tara Kosowski Feature image courtesy of The Bryn Mawr School. ...
CEO Notebook | While school budgets are likely to face intense scrutiny this year, professional development opportunities may help our schools differentiate and even grow in a challenging environment. ...
Human Resources | Should schools modify their retirement plans to include CARES provisions? And if the school wants to lower contributions, do those changes need to be made concurrently? A roundtable ...