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CLI: Cohort 10 Program Application (If you have not supplied this information already, please include a current resume and copy of your K-12 Administrot Certificate along with your Program application. Thank you!)

When: August 1, 2016 – March 21, 2017
Where: Lansing, MI
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Superintendents and Executive Assistants - don’t miss this opportunity to get the latest information you need on critical “Back to School” issues at this special workshop. Learn what you need to know to ensure your school district is in compliance.

  • School Records and Student Files
  • FOIA
  • Custodial Issues
  • Board Minutes and Policies
Brad Banasik, Michigan Association of School Board’s (MASB) Legal... Details
When: August 15, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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When: August 19, 2016 – March 7, 2017
Where: Lansing, MI
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As you get ready to go "Back to School?" Fill your toolbox with the information you need to have a successful school year.

    Who should attend?
  • Superintendents
  • Title IX Coordinators
  • Central Office Staff
  • Building Principals
  • Other Central Office Administrators


When: August 23, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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Presenter: Sherry McVay, Dewitt Public Schools
Cost: $160 member/$220 nonmember

School technology directors need to know the traditional technology management skills and be “tuned in” to the unique environment that is the modern classroom. Become familiar with technology and curriculum standards that are the driving force for the tools and support needed from tech staff in classrooms. Tools, ranging from virtual classrooms to mobile device sand online ... Details
When: September 28, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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During these trainings and meetings, your district team will learn and enact the fundamentals of Instructional Rounds, as presented in the 2009 book Instructional Rounds in Education, which comes out of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. During the initial 2-day training in October, you will come to understand the guiding principles of instruction rounds, learn to observe classrooms "the instructional rounds way," and engage in rounds in a Lansing-area school with experienced... Details
When: October 6, 2016 – June 2, 2017
Where: Lansing, MI
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When: October 11, 2016 – June 16, 2017
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Cost: $90 member/$120 nonmember

See first-hand how state reporting data is used from a variety of instructional and non-instructional perspectives. Included will be a review of the MI School Data website.
R=School Technology Management E=all others


When: October 24, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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Cost: $90 member/$120 nonmember

What counts? How do you handle passing time? How do you calculate hours? This session is both nuts and bolts of the basics of Days and Hours and includes an opportunity for auditors and district staff to hear how “the other half lives”. An overview of current requirements as they relate to the school district calendars is also included.
R = Pupil Accounting Auditor and Pupil Accounting Specialist E = for all... Details
When: October 24, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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Presenters: Alex Gardner and Todd Surline, Hiring Solutions LLC
Cost: $160 member/$220 nonmember

This session provides an overview of the hiring process, from recruiting, interviewing, and reference checks to staff orientation and record keeping. This session takes you through the steps of setting up personnel records, handling FOIA requests, address policies and procedures by exploring employee handbooks and understanding how worker’s compensation ... Details
When: October 26, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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Cost: $160 member/$220 nonmember

An in depth review of the Request for Proposals (RFP) process including the development of the RFP through the evaluation of proposals and the award of the contract. Subjects covered include when to use a Request for Proposal versus an Invitation for Bid (IFB), writing specifications, managing the process, selection of an evaluation team, roles and responsibilities of the teams, evaluating and rating the proposals and... Details
When: October 27, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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Presenters: David Palme, Ingham ISD and Jeff Trudell, Wyandotte Public Schools Cost: $160 member/$220 nonmember

Learn the planning process for technology, including: creating a technology plan, integrating school improvement and district improvement plans, forecasting future needs, and implementing new systems. Technology planning, and tips and methods for evaluation of new and existing technology will be reviewed. The emerging use of distance learning... Details
When: November 9, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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Presenter: Plante Moran Cost: $160 member/$220 nonmember

Understand the processing of workers’ compensation claims and the legal and operational aspects of a deferred/defined contribution program and how it affects every payroll office in the state. Know the rules and regulations of 403(b) and cafeteria plans (Sec. 125).
R=Human Resources Specialist and School Payroll Specialist E=all... Details
When: November 10, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI
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When: November 15, 2016 – February 21, 2017
Where: Lansing, MI
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Presenters: Ray Davis, Thrun Law Firm and Karla Colestock, Portage Public Schools Cost: $90 member/$120 nonmember

Learn how to interpret bargaining agreement language, understand leave benefits, grievance procedures, as well as an overview of union dues and political deductions and non-deductions. Learn how to administer overtime, FMLA, and FLSA. Also gain knowledge of the difference between an independent contractor vs. an employee.
R=Business... Details
When: November 16, 2016
Where: Lansing, MI