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November13

Ag Land Task Force to meet, discuss capital outlay

The South Dakota Legislature’s Ag Land Task Force will meet next week with two items on their agenda that could potentially affect our public schools.   To listen to the meeting, click on this link – http://legis.sd.gov/Interim/Meetings.aspx?Session=2014 – and then click the SDPB logo in the far right column.   First up, Division of Property and
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November07

November edition of the Bulletin

As part of ASBSD’s on-going effort to be your source for the latest information, commentary and training for K-12 education, we’re posting our monthly publication, The Bulletin.     This month’s Bulletin covers ASBSD’s Legislative Action Network, previews ASBSD Delegate Assembly, announces the 2014 Election Workshop dates and much more.   Click here to view the online
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October14

Capital Outlay discussion ongoing

If you’ve had a chance to attend one of the ASBSD region meetings this fall you know legislative issues were a big part of the discussion, especially talk about potential legislation that would limit capital outlay growth.   Check out the remaining dates on the Region Meeting schedule here.   The topic of limiting growth
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October07

ASBSD’s October edition of The Bulletin

This month’s Bulletin previews ASBSD Delegate Assembly, recaps the important legislative conversations being had at ASBSD’s Region Meetings, announces the end of The Bulletin and much more.     Click here to view the online edition.
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October05

Cap outlay, other revenue and teacher pay discussed at Region Meeting

The potential for a major shift in three aspects of K-12 funding dominated discussion at the recent ASBSD Region Meeting in Brookings, as it did in Beresford the night before and as it is expected to at each subsequent meeting.   At the Brookings meeting, representatives from 11 school districts were presented with potentially landscape-shifting
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October01

Review of new, deleted and amended resolutions and standing positions

One of the most important steps in ASBSD’s preparation for legislative session each year is Delegate Assembly.   ASBSD Delegate Assembly establishes the legislative direction of the Association and with the 2015 legislative session just three months away, it’s time for our member districts to appoint a delegate and review our proposed resolutions and standing positions.
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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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September03

Legis. Planning Committee meets Monday

The South Dakota legislature’s long-term study of the funding facets of K-12 education continues next week.   Members of the Legislative Planning Committee – charged with completing a long-term study of K-12 education and its funding components – convene for the third meeting in the study on Monday, Sept. 8 at 10 a.m. in the Capitol.  
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August29

UPDATED: ASBSD Region Meeting registration open

School board members and administrators are invited to join ASBSD Executive Director Wade Pogany at a fall region meeting to discuss potential legislation for the 2015 session, ASBSD Standing Positions and Resolutions and new and updated services offered by the Association.     Region meeting dates and locations include: 9/30 – Beresford School District (The Bridge’s
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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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