Receiving the proceeds of a bond sale and beginning the construction projects that the funds are supporting is not the end of this process. With debt issues, districts have reporting requirements for Continuing Disclosure and for Arbitrage. This session will detail the specific requirements that districts have in these areas and the timelines for required reporting.
Having a solid understanding of historical trends and comparisons to other districts and schools is critical for anyone new to a district. Learn how a Business Manager uses data to make sound decisions based on trends and comparisons around financial, salary/staffing, enrollment, student performance data, etc. and shares that information with key stakeholders.
Information for defining what you need and want in a 10 yr plan. Best practices on how to use the plan as a road map, how to adjust with outside forces. When to bring in your consultants and application for funding.
Attendees will learn updates to the 2022 Solar for Schools programs operating through the Department of Commerce for schools outside of Xcel territory and Xcel Energy for schools inside Xcel territory.
We will be going over the different forms of disasters, different types of disaster restoration partners, how to find the right partner for YOUR needs, and how you can prepare BEFORE a disaster strikes to minimize classroom interruption and downtime.
To properly manage Title funds, you will learn through illustrations and scenarios what federal costs are generally allowable, what costs are not, and what is different for specific funds including supplement-not-supplant requirements.
Managing employees you rarely interact with in person brings unique challenges. At the same time, many of the skills necessary to be an effective in-person manager directly translate to effectively managing remote employees. Join us for a discussion of leadership skills and best practices for managing remote employees.