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MSBO Update

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MSBO Executive Director David Martell – live from the Kellogg Center on the Michigan State University campus - talks about local school elections, upcoming ballot proposals as well as preparations for MSBO’s 75th Annual Conference.

 

Nominations Now Being Accepted for the MSBO Board of Directors

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Have you ever thought about running for the MSBO Board of Directors? Serving on the MSBO Board provides you the opportunity to help set the policies and direction of your organization.

Stop Proposals 2 and 5

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MSBO has joined the Michigan Association of School Boards (MASB), Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals (MASSP), Michigan Association of School Administrators (MASA), and the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators (MAISA) in opposition of Proposals 2 and 5.

Custodial Services – Staying In House

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As a Vision Sponsor of the MSBO Leadership Institute for 2012-13, GRBS has provided the following article.

Technology for the Business Official

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MSBO is offering a series of technology-related workshops this November to help you manage your time and be more productive. iPads are here to stay and becoming one of the most popular tools in the school business office as well as in the classroom. Learn how you can maximize your iPad.

Underground Storage Tank (UST) Test Prep Training

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Michigan school districts with Underground Storage Tanks (UST) are federally mandated to have Class A, Class B, and Class C certified operators for their facilities with UST’s. Class A and B certifications designations require an examination, which is administered through the International Code Council (ICC).

SB-CEUs…SCECHs… It can get Confusing

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As you are probably aware, the new Administrative Rules from MDE have eliminated the term “State Board Continuing Education Units” (SB-CEUs). In place of SB-CEU credits, educators will earn “state continuing education hours” and “clock hours” for renewal purposes.

It’s Never to Early to Think About Nominating Someone for an Award

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This is your opportunity to recognize the extraordinary contribution of members to their school district community and to MSBO.

Many Michigan Education Reforms May Be in Jeopardy

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By: 
Angie McArthur, CFO, MSBO President, Superintendent, Engadine Consolidated Schools

School has started and I am excited for my students, staff and our community. At a state level, the 2012-13 school year may prove to be a watershed year for education.

Lessons Learned from Contracting for Services

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By: 
Daniel Romzek, CFO, MSBO Board Member, Assistant Superintendent for Business, Rochester Community Schools

As the new school year begins, many school business officials are embarking on the implementation of new non-instructional service contracts. Others may be working through their second or third year of these contracts.

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