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The FY20 Annual Institute Pre-Conference features 4 learning options! All sessions include breakfast and lunch. Read below for more details!

 Export to Your Calendar 5/12/2020
When: Tuesday, May 12, 2020
8:00 AM
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Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club
2907 Main Street
Mansion Ballroom A/B
Brewster, Massachusetts  02631
United States
Contact: Kristin Dykstra
978-452-7044


Online registration is available until: 4/30/2020
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MASBO Pre-Institute Conference

Tuesday, May 12, 2020

TRACKS 1 through 3 (Full Day): Members $250, Non-Members $300

TRACK 3 (Half Day): Members $150, Non-Members $175

TRACK 4 (Full Day): $250; Registration and Payment Through the Inspector General's Office

The MASBO office has moved! Please note our new address at the bottom of your invoice and on our W-9 form.


Track 1: Meeting the Needs of English Learners (ELs) for School Business Administrators

Jennifer Fitzgerald, ELE Program Coordinator, SEEM Collaborative

Greg Zammuto, Director of Finance and Operations, SEEM Collaborative

 

The hybrid class format will consist of three online weeks beginning on April 6, 2020 and conclude with a full day, face-to-face session at Ocean Edge on May 12, 2020 (8:30-3:30 with an hour for lunch). The three weeks are self-paced with assignments due by the start of the next week. The online weeks are April 6, April 13, and April 27. Participants will learn about English Learners (ELs) and relevant federal and state legislation as it relates to EL education. Additionally, participants will explore their district's policies and programming. The course will include readings, videos, and weekly online discussion. Participants will be expected to produce a final product that reflects the integration of course content with their professional responsibilities.  

15 PDPs in SEI/ESL will be offered for successful completion of the course and will be granted by SEEM Collaborative, not MASBO. This course does not lead to or provide the SEI Administrator Endorsement.

 

 

Track 2: Cultural Proficiency

Dr. Kalise Wornum, Director of Educational Equity, The Public Schools of Brookline

 

An understanding theory is only useful if educators understand how the theory plays out in leadership. Leaders will also understand the connection between theory and everyday practice. Participants will be exposed to proven strategies to counter the negative effects of micro-aggressions, and or implicit bias. Most importantly, participants will have an opportunity to raise questions and discuss challenges in real time.

 

 

TRACK 3: These are two, independent, half-day sessions. You may attend both sessions for the full-day rate OR attend one session for the half-day rate.

Mary Ellen Normen, Deputy Superintendent for Administration and Finance, The Public Schools of Brookline

 

8:30-12:00 Policy From Cradle to Grave: Action Steps for Successful Policy Management

Policy review is an ongoing process and one in which School Committees are accountable for establishing and completing. Learn how to best keep your district's Financial Policies in order, up to date, and dynamic to the changing of the times, technologies, and statutory or regulatory requirements.  Bring with you a policy or two that you would like to have an action plan for making a recommendation to change or update.  Suggestions are Student Activities; Student, Fees, Fines, and Charges; or Authorized Signature Policy.

 

1:00-4:30 (non) Negotiate Success

Learn tips and tools from a veteran School Business Administrator on establishing your own professional/career non-negotiables; timing and proper updates to LinkedIn/Resumes/Cover Letters; properly preparing for the application process and an interview; and most importantly how to negotiate a quality employment contract with a future boss (school committee and/or superintendent).  Attendees will leave the session with a plan and strategy for approaching their next School Business Administrator application, interview, and contract negotiation process.

 

 

Track 4: Cybersecurity 101: Addressing Threats to Local Government

Ericka Florence, MCPPO Program Administrator, Inspector General's Office

 

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