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November27

Schools may receive 1.6 percent increase

Governor Dennis Daugaard is scheduled to give his annual budget address next week. What it will entail for school funding remains to be seen, but ASBSD’s Board of Directors heard firsthand what is likely to be provided.   Governor’s office Director of Policy and Communications Tony Venhuizen joined ASBSD’s Board of Directors at their November
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November25

Delegate Assembly approves priorities, positions and resolutions

Delegates from78 member districts of ASBSD gathered in Pierre last week to debate and vote on the legislative priorities, standing positions and resolutions that will guide the Association during the 2014 legislative session.   Four legislative resolutions were tabbed as priorities for ASBSD’s advocating efforts. The priorities are: C1 School Finance : School Funding –
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November12

Share your district’s Good News with us

We’re asking you to share feats of accomplishment or innovation, successful cooperative community projects or any story that makes you proud of your district.   Board members and administrators, collaborate with your staff, students and community members to identify a good news story about your district and share it with us.   Your district can
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November07

The Bulletin – November edition

  Watch Wade’s Welcome for thoughts on of the funding study’s outcomes and the need for board members to continue their grassroots advocacy efforts.   Then, read The Bulletin for the latest in news and information on K-12 education, covering the Legislative Action Network, the conclusion of the funding study, Delegate Assembly and much more.
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November05

Video: Process for Executive Session

  In part two of the video series covering Executive Session, our team examines the process for entering Executive Session. The two videos compose the third installment of the monthly series exploring the Open Meeting laws.   This video appears in the November edition of The Bulletin, which is scheduled for release on Thursday. (Nov. 7).
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November04

Video: Reasons for Executive Session

  In part one of the two part video series covering Executive Session, our team examines the reasons for entering Executive Session. The two videos compose the third installment of the monthly series exploring the Open Meeting laws.   This video appears in the November edition of The Bulletin, which is scheduled for release on Thursday.
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October29

Share your district’s Good News with us

ASBSD wants to hear your district’s good news!   We’re asking you to share feats of accomplishment or innovation, successful cooperative community projects or any story that makes you proud of your district.   Board members and administrators, collaborate with your staff, students and community members to identify a good news story about your district
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October25

Five new resolutions for Delegate Assembly

The legislative interim committee charged with studying school funding concluded its work this month by voting their support of variety of proposed bills and resolutions.   Five of the proposed bills that received support from the funding committee prompted ASBSD to draft new resolutions for our member districts to review and vote on at Delegate Assembly.
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August02

LETC passes Sentinel rules

Members of the Law Enforcement Training Commission approved rules for school districts planning to implement the school Sentinel program today (Aug. 2) with one minor adjustment, which was proposed by ASBSD Executive Director Dr. Wade Pogany.   The Sentinel bill – introduced as House Bill 1087 – was passed by the legislature and signed by
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