Teacher burnout is a serious problem. Left unaddressed, it can contribute to mental health issues, high teacher turnover, absenteeism, negative impacts on student learning, and high financial costs to districts. While there are strategies to support teacher self-care and stress management, the underlying conditions that contribute to high levels of stress are too often ignored or not addressed systemically. Teacher wellness requires ongoing commitments and long-term strategies that address structural change. This workshop explores the system and school conditions that contribute to educator stress, provides a forum for educators to provide suggestions that could alleviate their stress, and includes research demonstrating which strategies to consider (as well as those to avoid) in advocating for support.