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The 2021 Tax Levy Workshop will be held virtually 9/9 and in-person 9/10. Followed by a live question-and-answer session on 9/15.
To complete this workshop and receive the 3 MASBO and BOSA credits, you must attend each of the live sessions offered in the workshop, and complete the session evaluation offered after the sessions are complete. You must attend no less than 90% of a session to be marked complete. Archives of the live sessions will be made available following the event and can be watched to receive credit, as well.
Please note: All live sessions are recorded and will be made available as an archive following the event.
8:30 - 9:30 am
Where Do the Numbers Come From?
This presentation will provide background and context for where the numbers come from.
Presented by Jason Reil
9:30 -11:30 am
Terri will walk through a step-by-step of the levy reports, highlighting important changes.
Presented by Terri Yetter and Daley Lehmann
11:30 am - Noon
Daley will review the levy process, and include important information going forward.
Presented by Daley Lehmann
Noon - 1:00 pm
10:00 - 11:00 am
Follow-Up Q&A Session
In this live session, Terri and Daley will provide updates from the workshop, and answer your questions. Submit your specific questions in advance, or listen in to learn from others.
Presented by Daley Lehmann and Terri Yetter
Board of School Administrators Credits: 3
MASBO Credits: 3
|MASBO Tax Levy PowerPoint Handout (0.31 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Pay 2022 Levy Overview Report (4.55 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Terri Yetter is the Director of the School Finance Division at the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE). The division provides support to state policymakers in developing and evaluating education finance policy; implements the state’s pre-K through grade 12 education finance program by determining state aid entitlements and property tax levy limitations for local education agencies; maintains the state’s Uniform Financial Accounting and Reporting Standards (UFARS), Minnesota Automated Reporting for Students System (MARSS), and Special Education Data Reporting Application (SEDRA); administers agency programs relating to school facilities, pupil transportation, and school district organization; provides financial management assistance to local education agencies; and conducts financial audits on data driving school aids and levies.
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