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Share a trip to ASBSD’s Carpool Events

To start 2016, ASBSD is offering member districts a new event opportunity: The Carpool Event.

 

ASBSD’s Collective Bargaining Seminars and LAN Training events will coincide with each other, but are two separate events, on three Saturdays in January to present school board members and administrators the opportunity to carpool to the location.

 

“The carpool events will save board members and administrators travel time and school districts dollars,” ASBSD Executive Director Wade Pogany said.

 

Both events are and scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. but are two separate events. Lunch will be provided and dates and locations include (click either link below to register):

LAN events are free to attend and cover the role LAN plays in advocating, a familiarization with and what to say to legislators and legislation expected to emerge in 2016. Learn more about LAN here.

 

“We need as many appointed LAN members as possible to attend the training events,” Pogany said. “We’ll equip those in attendance with the tools they’ll need to advocate for public education.”

 

To help us plan for lunch we ask that you register 72 hours in advance.

 

ASBSD’s Collective bargaining seminars are designed to equip boards with the knowledge of what to expect and how to react during negotiations and are designed to cover collective bargaining legal Requirements, negotiations process and contract provisions.

 

Learn more about the Collective Bargaining Seminars here.

 

The cost for the seminar is $110 for the first registrant per district and $75 for each additional person if completed 3 days in advance of the seminar and $150 for the first registrant per district, $115 for each person after. A $25 cancellation fee will be assessed, if not completed 3 days prior to the event.

 

If you have questions about the events, please contact Tyler at tpickner@asbsd.org or at 605-773-8382 or 605-881-3791.

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