KSBA Annual Conference registration passes 800; some workshops already filled to capacity

KSBA’s computer servers have been working overtime in the last two weeks as online registrations pour in for the association’s 76thannual conference.

With 18 days to go before the opening general session, the attendee list already includes (as of today) more than 800 school board members, superintendents, district administrators, state education leaders, K-12 advocates, commercial vendors and guests. And that doesn’t include those who will be attending the KOSAA (Kentucky Organization of Superintendents’ Administrative Assistants) and Kentucky Council of School Board Attorneys winter conferences.

Registration for the KSBA conference may be accomplished here http://www.ksba.org/protected/EventView.aspx?id=7GB20U3Y. KOSAA and CSBA registration information also is available on the Events section of the KSBA website home page.

Some conference workshops are already filled and may not take any additional advance registrations. Those workshops are:

Clinic Session A
Friday 3:15 p.m.   When Pigs Fly A6

                             Engaging students with technology A 10

                             Sector approach to career and college readiness A 12

Clinic Session B
Saturday 8 a.m.    The Board Meeting as a Community Forum B 1

                            The Board’s Policy Making Role B 2

                            Legislative Preview B 4

                            School Board Fiscal Responsibilities – Part 1 B 6

Clinic Session C
Saturday 11 a.m.  Paving the Way to Effectiveness (professional growth) C 2

      `                     The Role of the Board Chair C 7

Clinic Session D
Saturday 2:15 p.m. Improving Achievement/Enhanced Learning Environment D 1

                              Road Map to College and Career Readiness – D 8

If you have any questions about registration, please contact Kerri Schelling kschelling@ksba.org or Tammie Conatser tconatser@ksba.org or by calling 800-372-2962.

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