In this time of a global pandemic, with a health, education and economic crisis underway for months, taking care of everyone in the school community can be overwhelming. Students, Teachers, Staff, Parents, and Community Leaders all depend upon the school and district educational leaders for feeding, nurturing as well as teaching. Social-emotional learning is emerging as a critical function for educational leaders from the classroom to the boardroom. Navigating care for the entire school community can be challenging unless education leaders are balanced and able to lead with vulnerability. Come learn from Superintendents Dr. Ann Levett from Savannah-Chatham Schools, GA and Dr. Ken Hamilton of Mt. Vernon, NY as they share strategies they use to ensure care for their school communities. AASA Past-president Dr. Deb Kerr will share perspectives from her former district in Wisconsin. AASA President Dr. Kristi Wilson, Superintendent of Buckeye Elementary School District in AZ will moderate this dynamic discussion on ensuring care for all.