Feb
12
Wed
Board Assistants Conference @ NCSBA Assembly Hall
Feb 12 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Plan to come for training that focuses on your work assisting North Carolina’s boards of education. This day-long workshop is a wonderful opportunity to network and learn from fellow board/superintendent assistants.

The NCSBA registration is temporarily down as we transition to a new system. Please use the registration form below to register for the training.

Hotel suggestion: Hampton Inn, 3121 Spring Forest Road, 919-872-7111.


Board Assistants Conference Registration

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Feb
18
Tue
Political Speech and Campaigning on Campus (Webinar)
Feb 18 @ 7:00 am – 11:00 pm


This webinar will address a variety of issues involving political speech and related activities in the schools. Do students have a right to express their political opinions on their clothing, to distribute political literature, or to comment on their political beliefs at school? Do employees have a right to engage in political speech while on the job, especially in the classroom? When may school facilities be used by outside groups for election or political purposes? The webinar will also address a state law that forbids school boards from using public funds to endorse or oppose a referendum, election, or a particular candidate for elective office.

Presented by: Janine Murphy, Assistant Legal Counsel, NCSBA

Feb
19
Wed
2020 Spring Law Conference @ NCSBA Assembly Hall
Feb 19 @ 10:00 am – Feb 20 @ 3:00 pm

NCSBA’s 2020 Spring Law Conference will put the focus on student services. This year’s conference will spotlight board members’ and school administrators’ legal obligations to provide a sound basic education for all students and to address barriers to student success.

Take a look at our draft agenda for more details.

The NCSBA registration is temporarily down as we transition to a new system. Service is expected to resume on March 3.

This conference will provide 11 hours of continuing education credit for board members and administrators and 11 hours of CLE credit for attorneys.

Mar
24
Tue
Boundary Invasions and Sexual Grooming (Webinar)
Mar 24 @ 7:00 am – 11:00 pm

NCSBA event registration has transitioned to a new system. Please contact us if you need assistance.

Most cases of sexual abuse of students by school employees are preceded by a form of “sexual grooming.” Sexual grooming often is only evident after the fact and can be quite subtle and similar to innocent behavior, which can make it difficult for school administrators to identify. On the other hand, no school employee wants his or her innocent attempts at establishing a sound and trusting relationship with students to be viewed as grooming for sexual misconduct. This webinar will discuss how to resolve this dilemma by ensuring employees and administrators understand the difference between appropriate and inappropriate boundary invasions and the importance of observing and enforcing professional boundaries.

Presented by: Kathy Boyd, Senior Staff Attorney, NCSBA

Mar
31
Tue
Understanding Basic School Budget Issues (Webinar)
Mar 31 @ 7:00 am – 11:00 pm

NCSBA event registration has transitioned to a new system. Please contact us if you need assistance.

This webinar will help school board members better understand the revenue sources of K-12 school funding, how state funds are allotted to LEAs, and the budget process at the state and local level.

Presenter: Richard Bostic, Assistant Director of Governmental Relations, NCSBA

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