KASA 3H Leadership Summit
Creating Hopeful, Happy, Healthy, Schools 

HOPE. HAPPINESS. HEALTH.  
These 3 H’s are descriptors we all want for our students, staff, and families.  However, current trends show there is a growing number of our youth struggling with anxiety or some sort of mental health issue that is creating hardships and barriers to learning.  KASA’s 3-H Leadership Summit will highlight school best practices and success stories, introduce experts in the field, and provide much-needed professional learning for school administrators specifically in building resilient students, families, and school communities.  This summit is designed to help school leaders meet the demands of Senate Bill 1. For this reason, it is recommended district/school teams attend together.  

KASA is calling for 1-hour session proposal submissions for the 1st, Happy, Healthy, Hopeful Schools Summit (3H).

Click here for Session Proposal Form


This important day will focus on supporting the emotional, social, and intellectual health of students and staff and slots are available for your or your school to present best practice programs or initiatives.  You may complete a proposal on-line at kasa.org during the submission window of November 8 through January 10.  Sessions should reflect pro-action, prevention, monitoring, responsiveness, and leadership as vital to schools where students are happy, healthy, and hopeful for their future.   Appropriate (but not limited to) topics might include:  
Positive and Trusting School Cultures 
Prevention and Pro-active Programs 
Trauma Informed Instruction 
Effective Crisis Response 
Building Resilient Students and Schools   
Adult Self-Care 
The Vital Role of School Counselors 

Proposals will be considered by committee with selected sessions announced no later than January 24, 2020.   Presenters will be required to register for the event.  For more information, contact owens@kasa.org, or (800) 928-5272.  


Register Now!

March 18, 2020

The Lexington Center
430 W Vine Street
Lexington, KY 40507

More information will be added when it becomes available