How do you know what your obligations are and how can you manage the unique needs during this time. Brenna, Megan and Annie talk through simplifying what steps you need to be taking and how you can support your employees and protect your organization.
In addition to her LTFM work, Sarah is now leading the COVID-19 Response Center. In this sessions she will share some of the general resources available, as well as specific information and insights regarding cleaning supplies, your facilities, and LTFM.
This session provides updates and answers to frequent questions on general leave and accommodation issues resulting from COVID-19 impacts. This includes FMLA public health emergency leave and emergency paid sick leave under FFCRA, as well as addressing suspected COVID-19 illness in the workplace.
This session provides the process and benefits of creating and maintaining a Cashflow Spreadsheet. A Sample Cashflow Spreadsheet is provided for you to get started and from the Sample Cashflow Spreadsheet you will be able to create a Spreadsheet specific to your school district’s cash flow needs.
A group of southern Minnesota business managers were discussing the many impacts of the coronavirus on their districts, and the result was a list of “Gains and Losses.” Tom shares this framework and how he has applied it to his work in his own district, and will facilitate a group discussion of possible impacts for your district now and in the future.
In this session, Jennifer Walsh covers how to access and utilize some of the most useful MDE reports. Time at the end of the presentation is reserved for questions and discussion regarding the MDE web site and reports, or any other issues.
Projecting your Average Daily Membership (ADM) is a critical piece in estimating General Education revenue. While there is no way to predict exactly how many students you will have each year, there are some tools that can help you determine if your numbers are "reasonable". This session provides a brief description of the types of pupil units and where they are used. We review tools that look at historical Adjusted ADM and estimate future year Adjusted ADM. This can be used for budgeting General Education revenue in a future year. We also look at fall enrollment and estimate end of year Adjusted ADM to assist with budget revisions.