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As districts reflect on the building closures that ended the last school year and the uncertainty of the new year, there are a number of vexing attendance and coding questions. This session will discuss the Ohio Department of Education’s latest guidance on these topics and answer your questions.

Presenters: Melissa Hennon, data administration manager; Brittany Miracle, program administrator; Marianne E. Mottley, report card project director, Ohio Department of Education

$50

This webinar is 60 minutes in length.

Our panelists will review some of the top diversity and inclusion stories that made headlines during the 2019-2020 school year. Join us for a discussion on the legal and practical impact these stories have on K-12 schools in Ohio and leave with tips and lessons learned from your colleagues and counterparts across the country.

Panelists: Dr. Almitra L. Berry, founder, A L Berry Consulting Inc.; Stephen Francis, president, Franchise D&I Solutions LLC; and Rico Rice, president, Rice Education Consulting; Moderator: Sara C. Clark, chief legal counsel, OSBA

$50

This webinar is 60 minutes in length.

Presenters: Dr. Howard Fleeter, consultant, Ohio Education Policy Institute

$50

This webinar is 40 minutes in length.

Career centers are challenged to market their programs to the districts they serve as well as students in those districts. Likewise, local, exempted village and city school districts face competition for students and need to show their value to their local communities. Delaware Area Career Center (DACC) shares how it used research and data to create communication strategies tied to its strategic plan, ensuring buy-in from board members, administrators and staff.

Review how to tailor your messages to reach various audiences and see examples of how to tell your students’ stories using free tools on social media. Get strategies for working with local partners to promote your messages, and discover how CASE (copy and steal everything) can help any PR professional be more efficient and effective.

Presenters: Mary Beth Freeman, superintendent, and Alicia Mowry, public information officer, DACC

$50

This webinar is 50 minutes in length.

Identify and review 12 of the most common legal mistakes boards make when drafting, interpreting or applying their board policies.

Presenters: Sara C. Clark, chief legal counsel, and Ralph H. Lusher III, staff attorney, OSBA

$50

This webinar is 60 minutes in length.

Ethos of Care
Participants will learn how Sandusky City Schools’ SEED instructional framework leads with social and emotional supports, explicit instruction, enrichment opportunities and digital-based games as quintessential components to resume learning in the new post-COVID-19, K-12 educational landscape. The presentation will highlight why the district designed SEED, which places an emphasis on creating a caring community along with embedding self-care opportunities into the workday for staff as they learn how to support the ongoing trauma caused by COVID-19.

Presenter: Dr. Vilicia Cade, chief academic officer, Sandusky City
Moderator: Mark Bobo, membership retention and engagement consultant, OSBA

$50

This webinar is 45 minutes in length.

Five-year forecasts, when used most effectively, present a district’s fiscal conditions and should lay out the finances behind district initiatives. This webinar goes through the most important areas for board members to understand about the five-year forecast.

Presenters: Matt Bunting and Mike Sobul, Senior Analytics Advisors, Forecast5

$50

This webinar is 60 minutes in length.

Students and staff across the country are engaging in increasingly frequent acts of civil disobedience and protest. They have walked out in support of teacher strikes, opted out of standardized tests, knelt during athletic events, and marched in solidarity with national movements. Reactions from district officials are as varied as the causes themselves. Join our panelists for a robust discussion as they discuss the tensions that can accompany acts of civil disobedience and what districts can do to minimize their legal risks while respecting constitutional guidelines.

Presenters: Kimberly Brazwell, founder, KiMISTRY LLC and Sara C. Clark, chief legal counsel, OSBA

$50