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October15

10 myths of school board service

The National School Board Association recently published the “Ten myths of school board service” authored by Maine School Boards Association President Terry McCabe and Maryland Association of Boards of Education Communications and Marketing Coordinator Sandi Barry.   The list is a great read for current board members and a valuable share for individuals considering running
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September30

Nominations being accepted for national award

The National School Board Association’s (NSBA) publication, the American School Board Journal, is seeking applicants for the Magna Awards.   Presented for the past 20 years, the Magna Awards highlight best practices of school district leadership and are judged according to three enrollment categories: under 5,000 enrollment; 5,000-20,000 enrollment; and over 20,000 enrollment.   One
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September19

NSBA partnership makes 12 Years a Slave film and book available to schools

The National School Boards Association (NSBA) has partnered with New Regency, Fox Searchlight, Penguin Books, and the filmmakers of “12 Years a Slave” to make copies of the acclaimed film, book and a study guide  available to America’s public high schools.   “This riveting story of injustice and brutality is a potent teaching and learning
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September08

ASBSD’s September edition of The Bulletin

This month’s Bulletin previews the upcoming ASBSD Region Meetings, School Law Seminars and Delegate Assembly, reviews last month’s ASBSD-SASD Convention and much more.     Click here to view the online edition.
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August20

Did you attend Convention? Tell us about it, if you did.

ASBSD and SASD want to thank you for joining us at the 2014 Joint Convention and making what we feel is the premier learning event for school board members and administrators in South Dakota a success.   Read a recap of the 2014 Convention here.   We would like you to share your feelings about
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August15

Recapping the 2014 Convention

The premier learning event for school board members and administrators drew nearly 500 attendees to the Sioux Falls Convention Center to discuss advocacy, student achievement, legislative issues and much more.   2014’s ASBSD-SASD Convention set the stage for the upcoming school year for district leaders as they came together for the two-day event, which featured
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August05

ASBSD August Bulletin

This month’s Bulletin previews the upcoming ASBSD-SASD Convention, reviews the latest from the legislative interim committees and much more.     Click here to view the online edition.
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August04

It’s been a fantastic ride!

Each month ASBSD President Pam Haukaas will highlight a topic, which is helping advance K-12 education in South Dakota.   It has been a fantastic ride!   At the awards Luncheon during the ASBSD-SASD Convention, I will finish my tenure as ASBSD president and turn the reins over to the capable hands of Denise Lutkemeier.  
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July15

Welcome to the School Board

This post appeared in the July edition of the ASBSD Bulletin. Each month ASBSD President Pam Haukaas will highlight a topic, which is helping advance K-12 education in South Dakota.     Welcome, new school board members.   For some of you this may be the first Bulletin you have read. Let me congratulate you
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July10

July’s ASBSD Bulletin

This month’s Bulletin includes information on the long-term study of K-12 funding, ASBSD’s new online training site – ASBSD School Board U, the upcoming early registration deadline for the 2014 Convention and much more.     Click here to view the online edition.
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