ASBO Matters News Journal - Spring/Summer 2016 - (Page 6)

ASSOCIATION NEWS ASBO MD&DC 64th ANNUAL SPRING CONFERENCE th 16 May 22-25, 20.org www.asbo Annual Spring Conference Center ell Convention Roland E. Pow yland Ocean City, Mar om / rypson ©iStockphoto.c .com nventioncenter www.ocmdco PM 12/23/15 12:27 ial.indd 1 782724_Editor WHAT ARE YOU DOING MAY 22-25? We're hoping that you're going to the 64th Annual ASBO MD&DC Spring Conference in Ocean City to join the hundreds of ASBO members who will be there! The committees have been working hard to plan a conference that is full of learning opportunities - 48 top-quality, thought-provoking education sessions (you can review the offerings at www.asbo.org); an expanded exhibit floor with more opportunities to learn about the latest products and services offered by our valued business members; dynamic General Session speakers; and networking opportunities to catch up with colleagues and to meet new ones. There are some exciting and positive changes this year. You'll have four hotels to choose from: the Holiday Inn at the corner of 67th Street and the ocean is the Conference Hotel and its new ballroom will be the site of the Sunday Evening Welcome Gala and the Wednesday morning breakfast session; the Ocean City Hilton Hotel at 3200 N. Baltimore Avenue; the Holiday Inn at 17th Street and the Boardwalk; and the Princess Bayside at 4801 Coastal Highway. At the Convention Center, our General Session speakers, business meetings, and student performers will be in the new Performing Arts Center on the first floor, right across from the exhibits hall. And, for the first time, ASBO will be providing a mobile conference app to keep you better informed about the conference. Lastly, Phillips Night Out will be moving to Monday evening and the Dine Around will be on Tuesday night. We hope to see all of you there for the most affordable, topical professional development around! Visit www.asbo.org regularly to stay informed about the conference as more information is made available. EDUCATION LEADERSHIP AWARD DEADLINE IS MAY 1 Each year, ASBO awards the Fay Miller Education Leadership Eagle Institute Award to an ASBO member who reflects Fay's exemplary service to education, commitment to excellence, and demonstrated leadership skills in the belief that Fay's school business career serves as an inspiration to all school business professionals. The award is a full scholarship to the ASBO International Eagle Institute, a four-day learning experience that explores leadership through a historical lens. Past recipients include: Doreen Heath, Vicky Mayle, Jeff LaPorta, Scott Germain, Glen Belmore. To learn how to apply, visit www.asbo.org and click Awards. The deadline for applications is May 1. WHY I BELONG TO ASBO Our organization provides the unique opportunity to receive critical professional development for our industry that is available nowhere else. This recognizes and affirms that the quiet, "business" side of education is just as much of a calling or profession as the "teaching" side. It allows us rare opportunities to back away from the trees to see and reflect on the forest. ASBO is the single best forum, sounding board, professional coaching vehicle and microphone upon which we share challenges and successes with our peers to maximize the effectiveness of our efforts to support and improve results for our students and funding authorities. -Chris Hauge, School Facilities Engineer, Dorchester County Public Schools 6 * www.naylornetwork.com/asbo http://www.asbo.org http://www.asbo.org http://www.ocmdconventioncenter.com http://www.iStockphoto.com http://www.asbo.org http://www.asbo.org http://www.naylornetwork.com/asbo

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of ASBO Matters News Journal - Spring/Summer 2016

From the President
Executive Director’s Message
Association News
Budgeting Wisely How Do You Manage What You Don’t Measure?
Financial Management Managed Print Services Help PCCPS “do More With Less”
Supplier Partnerships Benefiting From a Supplier Partnership
Risk Management Balancing the Burden of Risk Management and Compliance
Innovative Classrooms Bel Air High School Opens New Aquaponics Lab
Interactive Data Schools Can Achieve Budget Transparency Online
School Environments Keeping Eyes on the Ball(s) — Creating Healthy Indoor School Environments
Professional Development (Net)work That Conference: 15 Proven Tips to Help You
Index of Advertisers

ASBO Matters News Journal - Spring/Summer 2016

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