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Leadership and Administrative Services

District and building leaders are asked to know and be able to perform increasingly complex tasks with little to no additional time or training provided. This creates additional stress on existing systems and people and can have a negative impact on school climate and job satisfaction without proper capacity building among leaders. Our Administrative Services Consortium offers support and professional development with the goal of collective knowledge sharing for the betterment of school systems throughout Kansas. We are proud to partner with districts across the state by supporting current and future leaders with technical and adaptive aspects of this important and challenging work.

Serving District Professionals

Members of the Administrative Services Consortium receive access to the following benefits:

  • CIA & Building Leader Forums: Weekly Zooms and quarterly in-person meetingsSuperintendent Forums: Weekly Zooms and monthly in-person meetings
  • Superintendent Forums: Weekly Zooms and monthly in-person meetings
  • Central Office Staff Forums (2 Attendees per district)
  • Annual Summer Administrative Team Planning Meeting
  • Enrollment in Employee Assistance Program for Superintendents (legal, financial, social/emotional support, counseling, and other supports)
  • Emergency/Special Administrative Meeting Access (Budget Workshops, Accreditation, Grant Opportunities, etc.)
  • Personnel Support (Personnel Issues, HR Planning, Hiring procedures, etc.)
  • Professional Services Support for all Administrative Staff (resume review, mock interviews, etc.)
  • Emergency On-Call Support for Financial Issues

Leadership and Administrative Service Offerings

“I learned so many strategies that I’ve implemented into my daily practice. I’m a better leader and professional as a result of attending.”

“I enjoyed hearing the comments from the executive team and other participants. It is nice to hear different points of view and learn from others’ life experiences.”

“I appreciate the opportunity to learn and grow this year! Every experience felt relevant and authentic.”

“My biggest fear stepping into an administrative role is the lack of experience dealing with those big “people” issues. This definitely helped those concerns!”