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This full color brochure, newly updated and revised in 2015, includes a discussion of the principal qualities that distinguish a school as Episcopal; facts and figures about Episcopal schools; a map showing the geographic distribution of Episcopal schools; and information about the Association.

Member - $1.00
Product #NAESTAB

First published in 1993, Cycle of Prayer for Episcopal Schools provides prayers specifically for the calendar and rhythm of school life, augmenting the standard of prayer in Episcopal schools that is The Book of Common Prayer. This second edition now includes new prayers for occasions in and members of Episcopal school communities not previously addresses, as well as a series of short prayers for use with lower and elementary school students.

Member - $10.00
Non-member - $13.00
Product #1-58777-033-4

Adopted by the NAES Governing Board in April 2011, this document is intended to:

  • affirm the commitment of Episcopal schools to chapel programs that are creative, inclusive, and draw fully upon the liturgical resources of the Episcopal Church.
  • offer a broad perspective on the goals, purposes, structure, and best practices for Episcopal school chapel and worship.
  • support Episcopal schools in their efforts to develop meaningful, age-appropriate worship that is aligned with each school's mission and culture and that nurtures the spiritual lives of all members of the school community.
  • help Episcopal schools to engage their larger community in dialogue about the role of chapel and worship.
  • serve as a useful tool for the school's assessment of its chapel program, whether undertaken independently or as part of an accreditation process.
This title is available only in bundles of 25 copies. Prices are per bundle.

Member - $18.75
Non-member - $25.00
Product #1-58777-041-5

By weaving the principles of equity and justice into the very fabric of the schoolís overall life, Episcopal schools ensure that their missions are built on the sure foundation of a Christian love that guides and challenges all who attend our schools to build lives of genuine meaning, purpose and service. Adopted by the NAES Governing Board in 2013, this document outlines ideals to which Episcopal schools aspire. It is intended to assist Episcopal schools of all sizes and constellations in their efforts to develop meaningful programs, policies, and curricula, and serves as a useful tool for the ongoing assessment of this work.

Member - $18.75
Non-member - $25.00
Product #1-58777-043-1

In keeping with our faith and practice as Episcopal schools in manifesting the daily experience of the love of God in our lives, NAES has developed this set of Principles of Good Practice for Furthering Episcopal Identity in Episcopal Schools. The Principles are intended to:

  • support the incarnational journey of Episcopal schools as they live out their missions
  • assist schools in describing how their Episcopal identity makes a difference in the daily life of the community
  • guide discussion and processes, rather than prescribe a formula for Episcopal identity
  • exist as a living document, expanding and changing our schools change and expand.
This title is perfect for use in parent, faculty/staff, board handbooks and training sessions; and as an aid at times of transition in a school's life. This title is available only in bundles of 25 copies. Prices are per bundle.

Member - $18.75
Non-member - $25.00
Product #1-58777-029-6

Adopted by the NAES Governing Board in 2008, this document is intended to:

  • support the professionals and volunteers of both the church and school as they seek to be responsible, caring leaders and partners in the governance of the parish day school.
  • assist vestries, rectors, school board members, and heads in understanding their roles and responsibilities, and the boundaries that define each particular role in the governance process of a parish day school.
  • guide discussion and processes as leaders strive to create trusting, collegial, and mutually fulfilling relationships in the parish day school setting.
This title is perfect for use in staff, vestry, and board handbooks and training sessions; and as an aid at times of transition in a school's life. This title is available only in bundles of 25 copies. Prices are per bundle.

Member - $18.75
Non-member - $25.00
Product #1-58777-034-2

Adopted by the NAES Governing Board in September 2009, this document is intended to:

  • affirm the importance of the Episcopal ethos of the school and its centrality in the search for the new spiritual and academic leader.
  • support the professionals and volunteers of both the church and the school as they seek to create smooth, effective transitions in leadership.
  • assist boards, vestries, dioceses, and search committees in understanding their roles and responsibilities as they embark upon the process to find the new leader who is being called to serve.
  • ensure an impartial, thorough search process that upholds the values and integrity of the institution.
Also includes a brief set of principles for rector/dean searches at parishes and cathedrals that sponsor a school. This title is available only in bundles of 25 copies. Prices are per bundle.

Member - $18.75
Non-member - $25.00
Product #1-58777-037-7

The ministry of a school chaplain, in Episcopal schools, is both a time-honored one, as well as one that currently exists amidst a great deal of change. Adopted by the NAES Governing Board in 2016, this document highlights the potential for school chaplaincy and serves as a resource for a school for the evaluation of the chaplain position, as a vehicle for the review of Episcopal identity, and an aid in formulating a position description and search tool for a new chaplain.

Member - $18.75
Non-member - $25.00
Product #1-58777-045-8

Reasons for Being: The Culture and Character of Episcopal Schools, first published in 1997, is a collection of essays on foundational, mission-related topics central to Episcopal school identity, governance, and leadership. Newly updated in 2010 and written by Episcopal school leaders and NAES staff members, the fifteen essays examine: the mission and Anglican ethos of Episcopal schools; the history of Episcopal schools and their relationship to the Episcopal Church; the head of school's role; the school as a spiritual community; chapel and worship; religious studies; religious pluralism; early childhood education; community service; and Episcopal schools as just communities. Each essay includes suggested questions for discussion and reflection.

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Non-member - $18.00
Product #1-588777-038-5

This pamphlet offers one school's definition and exploration of what makes an Episcopal school Episcopal. An important starting point for discussion of this topic in your school, this title is perfect for use in admission and public relations packets; and in student, parent, faculty/staff, board handbooks and training sessions.

Member - $18.75
Non-member - $25.00
Product #1-58777-016-4

Heads of school and trustees; vestry members and parish clergy; bishops and diocesan staff; faculty members, chaplains, and administrators; parents; educators in general: All will find Danís pithy and thoughtful musings about the rhythm and culture of our schools, their Episcopal identity, the demands of leadership, and the education and moral development of our students to be honest, accurate, and uplifting. Whether you read them singly, or explore a monthís or yearís worth of messages in one sitting, you will find yourself, by turns, comforted, provoked, encouraged, and nourished for your journey both within and through Episcopal schools.

Member - $20.00
Non-member - $24.00
Product #1-58777-046-6

Begun in September 2011, the Weekly Meditation is a regular email from the Reverend Daniel R. Heischman, executive director of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, to the Associationís member heads, rectors, and chaplains. Oftentimes, they are forwarded to greater constituencies within school communities. NAES is delighted to publish these pieces from this endeavorís second three school years (2014-2017) in this volume, making them available to the wider school community and The Episcopal Church.

Member - $20.00
Non-Member - $24.00
Product #1-58777-047-4

Includes two books. Begun in September 2011, the Weekly Meditation is a regular email from the Reverend Daniel R. Heischman, executive director of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, to the Associationís member heads, rectors, and chaplains. Oftentimes, they are forwarded to greater constituencies within school communities. NAES is delighted to publish these pieces from this endeavorís first six school years (2011-2017) in these two volumes, making them available to the wider school community and The Episcopal Church.

Members - $30.00
NonMember - $40.00
Product #1-58777-046-6/1-58777-047-4

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