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VSBA Training: The Boards Essential Role in School Budget Development

Get ready for a comprehensive journey through the complexities of school finance! Join us in this dynamic workshop designed exclusively for board members. You have the option of attending in person or remotely. You will not only discover, but fully immerse yourself in the critical role you play in the budget process, aligning it with the overarching mission and vision of your school system. Be prepared for an action-packed agenda featuring key topics that will inspire your desire for effective financial management.

  • Grasp the Basics of School Finances Without the Jargon.
  • Take a Deep Dive into Where School Money Comes From – Locally, Statewide, and Nationally.
  • Navigate the Budget Rollercoaster with Confidence and Ease.
  • Learn How to Give Budget Presentations that Keep People Engaged and Informed.
  • Crack the Code on Budget Challenges and Build Support.
  • Uncover the School Board’s Crucial Role in Managing School Finances Successfully.

Don’t miss out on this invaluable opportunity – secure your spot today! This isn’t merely an informational session; it’s an exciting exploration into the core of financial leadership. Ensure your presence at this crucial conference by registering now!

This event earns 3 VSBA Academy Credit points. For more information on the VSBA Academy Credits and Awards please click here. More information on the meeting can be found in the meeting brochure and on the VSBA website. If you have any questions, please contact Mikaela Coffey, Director of Meetings and Conferences, at mikaela@vsba.org

For questions or more information, contact Mikaela Coffey, Director of Meetings and Conferences at mikaela@vsba.org or 1-800-446-8722.

Disclaimer: Participation in VSBA initiatives and observances is optional. Any related materials from the Association are shared as suggested ideas and resources for implementation. Member school boards may choose not to participate locally.