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2017 MSBA / MASA Fall Conference

Explore and Connect at the 2017 Fall Conference

MSBA/MASA Event Set for October 5-8

 

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The 2017 MSBA Annual Conference held in cooperation with MASA provides a unique opportunity for superintendents and school board members to renew their commitment to providing children with a quality education.

 

The conference is set for October 5 - 8 at Tan-Tar-A Resort and it is not too late to register.  For more information or registration, go to www.msbanet.org.

The conference features more than 120 concurrent sessions on a wide range of topics of interest to superintendents and school board members. In many cases, sessions are presented by leaders from local school districts throughout the state.

 

The First General Session includes keynotist Dr. Steve Constantino.  Dr. Constantino is a teacher, author and is internationally recognized for his work in family engagement and his innovative, non-conventional, entrepreneurial and outlier approaches to leading organizations and acquiring impressive results.

 

The Second General Session will include Emmy Award Winning journalist and outstanding Missouri public school graduate, Stone Phillips.  Stone is a former co-anchor of the newsmagazine Dateline NBC. During his 15 years at NBC News, he also served as a substitute anchor on NBC Nightly News, Today and Meet the Press. Mr. Phillips also spent more than a decade at ABC News, where he served as a correspondent for World News Tonight and 20/20.

 

Other speakers include Michele Gay, Co-founder and Executive Director of Safe & Sound Schools and Chris Zimmerman, Executive Director of the Weber School District Foundation.

 

The Saturday night banquet will include the naming of the 2018 Superintendent of the Year.

 

The MASA Business Meeting will be on Friday afternoon at 3:45 p.m. in the Crystal Ballroom at which time the MASA legislative platform will be discussed.