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North Country Chief School Officer Academy – Session 3
January 15 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm EST$395
Presenters: A Paul Scott & Mark Davey
Workshop times: 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. (registration: 8:00 – 8:30 a.m.)
Cost: $395.00 per participant **See below – subject to change**
The 2019-20 North Country Chief School Officer Academy is a professional development program expressly for CSOs. While it’s timely for new Superintendents, it’s also an excellent opportunity for sharing CSO tradecraft among Superintendents – whether they’re new to the Superintendent’s seat, mid-career or otherwise. The Academy consists of four half-day sessions, distributed across the fiscal year.
Preliminary budgeting suggests the four-session Academy’s cost (see workshop description for Academy curriculum) will be approximately $395.00 per Superintendent. Preliminary budgeting is based on at least six Superintendents participating for 2019-20. If a greater number of Superintendents participate, the cost per District could be adjusted accordingly. It is anticipated, with active participation from each BOCES, the workshops are forecasted to be shared between a CVES BOCES location and FEH BOCES location. Since this Academy is offered through CVES’ Cooperative Service #506 – School Improvement, your school district’s share of Academy’s cost is expected to be eligible for BOCES aid through CVES or aidable as a BOCES cross-contract.
January 15, 2020 – Session #3 – @ ISC
Features a panel of active service chief school officers and school business officials focused on effective practices applied to budget development.
January topics also include: advocacy for school district funding; gathering budget-related feedback from stakeholders; sustaining stakeholder communications throughout winter season budget development; effective strategies to help synchronize your goal setting efforts with your budget development efforts.
If you wish to attend one of our workshops, you must now register through WinCap. This will make it easier for you to track your Professional Development hours. To begin, please create a WinCap guest account (see PDF below for instructions). Then, you can sign in to the WinCapWeb Professional Development Catalog, and register for a workshop.