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Annual Workshop – October 22-24, 2013 (Exhibit days Oct. 22 and 23 only) Atlantic City Convention Center         
Workshop 2013 will offer more than 200 learning opportunities, including returning favorites like the larger Group Sessions seminars and the more intimate Learning Labs and Action Labs, as well as new features and innovative programming. Training will include methods to help schools use their limited resources more efficiently, ways school districts can become environmentally and financially sustainable, and strategies on becoming more effective school leaders. Attendees listing includes all Attendees, Sponsors, Exhibitors and Speakers. 

Vendor set up day is Monday – October 21 – 7:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. More Workshop information can be found at www.njsba.org/workshop

 

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Thursday, October 24 • 9:00am - 3:00pm
NJSBA Fall School Law Forum LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available


Learn about recent developments in law and emerging issues. Practicing school board attorneys will share research and their own experiences in addressing the latest court decisions, administrative rulings, statutes and code that affect public education and school district governance.

Topics for the School Law Forum include:

HANDOUTS 
 
  • School Law Update

 

  • I Love Boobies – B.H. v. Easton Area School District – What Does It Mean for School Districts

  • Transgender Students and Staff in the Public Schools

  • Advanced Procurement Issues

  • 504 Accommodations for Students with Health Needs

  • Sustainable Schools: Contracts with a Triple Bottom Line Approach

  • Shared Services and Outsourcing: The Good the Bad and the Ugly

 

  • Student Records – Accessibility and Retention in the HIB Context
  • School Attorney Ethics

 






PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED/FEE IS NOT INCLUDED IN WORKSHOP REGISTRATION. AMPSA members and non-member attorneys may register themselves online. School board members and charter school trustees should ask their business administrators to register them for this program. Please use the following registration link.

COST

Workshop Registrants: $75 per person
AMPSA Members: $199 per person
Non-Members: $299 per person

Registration fee includes a continental breakfast and buffet lunch.

Continuing Legal Education: 6.1 CLE pending credits for New Jersey lawyers including 1.2 for ethics.

Academy Credits:  1

Sponsored by ePlus Inc.

Speakers
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Kara Angotti

Green Schools Fellow - NJSSP Project Manager, USGBC/ NJSBA
Kara is a formally educated interior designer with extensive experience in building shell and energy analysis. As a sole proprietor for four years, she focused on achieving a symbiotic relationship between design aesthetics and high performance functionality. While working as an environmental design consultant, she presented recommendations for improved use of space, waste reduction, responsible material selection, and applications to lower... Read More →
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Michael Kaelber Esq

Director Legal and Labor Relations, New Jersery School Boards Association
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Cynthia Jahn Esq.

General Counsel, NJSBA
Cynthia J. Jahn serves as General Counsel to the New Jersey School Boards Association, having served in that position since 1999; as well as Director of the Legal and Policy Services Department from 1997to 2008; and Assistant Executive Director from 1999 to 2009. Ms. Jahn was a partner in the law firm of Stem and Jahn in Milford, New Jersey, from 1990 to 1997; amember of the Delaware Township Board of Education, Hunterdon County from April1988 to... Read More →
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John Henry

STEAM and Sustainable Schools Specialist, NJSBA
Mr. Henry is currently on staff at NJSBA serving as an integrative STEAM and Sustainable Schools Specialist. Mr. Henry holds a Master’s Degree in K-12 Industrial Studies and Technology Education and began his career teaching energy and power courses at Montclair State College. In 1981 he was the recipient of a two-year research and development solar energy grant from the Federal Department of Energy. During his 14 years as a classroom teacher... Read More →
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Amy L Houck, Esq.

Esquire, Cooper Levenson, Attorneys at Law



Thursday October 24, 2013 9:00am - 3:00pm
Room 402 Atlantic City Convention Center

Attendees (30)