When communities invest in schools, they invest in the future. Join the OSSBA team, along with school construction and design experts, as we discuss how to develop and successfully communicate a comprehensive capital investment plan that will garner support from local voters and transform education for your students.
8-9 a.m. Registration, Breakfast and Visit Exhibitors
9-9:10 a.m. Introductions
9:10-9:55 a.m. Capital Vision: Planning for the Future; Dr. Joe Siano, OSSBA Associate Executive Director and Danny Jardine, OSSBA Director of Facility Planning
9:55-10:10 a.m. Break & Visit Exhibitors
10:10-10:55 a.m. Construction Laws: What You Need to Know; Brandon Carey and Tony Childers, OSSBA Staff Attorneys
10:55-11:10 a.m. Break & Visit Exhibitors
11:10-Noon A Panel: Best Practices in School Construction; Rodney Schilt, Schilt Management Services and representatives of Timberlake Construction, CMS WIllowbrook, MA+ Architects, BWA Architects
Noon-12:45 p.m. Lunch & Visit Exhibitors
12:45-1:15 p.m. Bonds: Financing Your Capital Improvement Plan; Dr. Shawn Hime, OSSBA Executive Director and Dr. Joe Siano, OSSBA Associate Director
1:15-1:55 p.m. Community Engagement: Garnering Support for Your District’s Plan; Amber Graham Fitzgerald, OSSBA Director of Member Engagement and Christy Watson, OSSBA Director of Communications & Marketing
1:55-2:10 p.m. Break & Visit Exhibitors
2:10-3 p.m. A Panel: Developing an Effective Technology Integration Plan; Dr. Jack Green, Chief Innovation Officer, The MacMan; Jun Kim, Director of Technology, Moore Public Schools and Josh Pearce, Chief Information Officer, Deer Creek Public Schools
Bonds, Ballots and Buildings qualifies for four ethics credits and one finance credit for school board members.
Workshop materials will be available for registered attendees the morning of the workshop through the OSSBA member portal.
Online registration is available through the OSSBA member portal. For information or questions about the member portal, please contact Lisa Deaton by email with your name, district, and email address or call 888.528.3571.
Registration is $150 for members, $300 for non-members. Registrations are due on or before January 7. Notice of cancellation must be received in writing by the registration due date for a refund (less a $25 cancellation fee). No refunds will be offered after the due date. Registrations after the deadline (including on-site) are $175 ($350 for non-members).
Seating will be spaced to allow for distancing, and attendees are encouraged to wear masks. Masks will be available at check-in. Please note the safety protocols may change in accordance with local or state health directives.