Important Notes

HEADLINES WORTH READING

 

Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin, Jan. 13, Candor, Spencer-Van Etten School Districts Study Merger Plan: Neighbors Explore Becoming Partners in Education - read

 

YNN, Jan. 13, Another Tough Budget Year Expected for Districts - read

 

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CNYSBA is now showcasing our member districts highlighting special accomplishments they've made with their students. Email us with an idea so we can spotlight your district.

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Attention New School Board Members! Learn How
To Make an Impact and Become an Effective Leader (and Fast!)
With CNYSBA’s Governance Training


Newly elected school board members are required by law to complete six hours of board governance training and six hours of fiscal oversight training.

You can complete this instruction right here in Central New York, with us!



BOARD GOVERNANCE TRAINING

When: 6 to 9:15 p.m. Wednesday, June 12 and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 15

Where: CNY Regional Information Center at OCM BOCES, 6075 E. Molloy Road, Syracuse, 13211. For directions CLICK HERE.

| For complete information on each day’s programs and instructor | CLICK HERE

CNYSBA will provide a light dinner June 12 and a light breakfast and lunch June 15.

FISCAL OVERSIGHT TRAINING: Stay tuned for dates.

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IS YOUR DISTRICT EFFICIENTLY MANAGING
TAXPAYER DOLLARS?


One of the most critical responsibilities of School Boards is diligent management and use of your district's financial resources.

CLICK HERE FOR A PRESENTATION on the do's, don'ts and best practices of public school financial audits by Mark Ciaralli and Christopher Alger from Grossman St. Amour, Certified Public Accountants (formerly Green & Seifter).

At a recent CNYSBA Board President's Roundtable, Mark and Chris shared insights on the top things board members need to know about audits, as well as real-life examples of how things can go bad or good. They also offered helpful advice on how school districts can improve their financial picture.

 


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