COVID-19 Resources

News and information about COVID-19 changes daily. As your professional organization, NASSP wants to ensure that our members are informed and prepared.

We will continue to monitor the situation and will share updates and additional resources as they become available.

NASSP Resources

NASSP Leading Through Crisis Town Hall Series

“Leading Through Crisis” is a six-part virtual town hall series that will connect you with your colleagues to discuss your new reality during this critical situation. Learn more »

NASSP Town Halls

NASSP School of Thought Blog Posts

Purposeful Technology Use During the Pandemic

4 June 2020

Can hear me now? How about now? Did my stream cut out? Or, more embarrassingly, did I forget to unmute myself? Today’s educators have taken on a task no other industry has accomplished. We completely changed our methods, our platforms, and our engagement from in-person to online in record time. Here is the deal—educators became […]

The COVID-19 Self-Care Challenge

2 June 2020

As educators, we love the flexibility in our typically tightly structured schedule that comes along with school holidays. But, if we are really being honest with ourselves, we usually function best with a schedule and a mountain of things on our to-do list. As we enter the summer months, it will be tempting to binge-watch […]

Staying Connected During a Lockdown

28 May 2020

Pandemic. Lockdown. Virtual Learning. Social Distancing. Social Isolation. Five concepts that few of us thought would consume our world just six short months ago. Yet, here we are. On March 23rd, American International School Chennai began virtual learning. Two days later, on March 25th, India announced a countrywide lockdown. Life, as we understood it previously, […]

Effective Walk-Throughs in Our Digital Spaces

27 May 2020

Even as schools have transitioned to online learning, it’s heartening to see that this crisis isn’t keeping school leaders from carrying out what I think is one of the true joys of school administration—classroom walk-throughs and visitations. Over the years, my thinking and approach to classroom walk-throughs have evolved and changed so much to where […]

Coping With COVID-19: 5 Ways Leaders Can Alleviate the Anxiety of Students

13 May 2020

A recent report shared that Americans are experiencing more restlessness, nightmares, and generally poorer levels of sleep during COVID-19. I’m certain this is also true for students. As educators, we have a responsibility to consider and plan to support the mental health of students during this time. If we ignore their mental health, we are […]

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Collaborative Peer-to-Peer Resources

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CDC Resources

The CDC has issued interim guidance for U.S. schools to plan, prepare, and respond to coronavirus. If you haven’t already, we strongly encourage you to read through this guidance, and proactively and frequently communicate plans with your administration, teachers, parents, and students. We also recommend that you provide information and communications in several languages so all members of your school community can stay informed.With tension on the rise, we also encourage you to correct any misinformation that is being shared so that students are not facing discrimination and xenophobia. Included below are several resources from the CDC that can be shared to inform your school community and correct any misinformation that is being spread.