The county school boards association meetings are opportunities for board members to receive professional development and up-to-date information on current education initiatives, legislation and regulations affecting public schools.  See the upcoming schedule below:

5/8 Union, Spring Meeting, The Westwood, Garwood, Register Now

5/8 Camden/Gloucester, Spring Dinner, Auletto’s Catering, Deptford Township, Register Now

5/9 Essex, Celebrations, Glen Ridge Country Club, Glen Ridge, Register Now

5/13 Atlantic, Spring Dinner, Atlantic City Country Club, Northfield, Register Now

5/14 Mercer, Spring Dinner, Cherry Valley Country Club, Skillman, Register Now

5/14 Warren, Celebrations, Hawk Pointe Golf and Country Club, Washington, Register Now

5/15 Salem/Cumberland, Spring Dinner, Riverview Inn, Pennsville, Register Now

5/16 Burlington, Spring Dinner, Medford Village Country Club, Medford, Register Now

5/21 Ocean, Spring Dinner, Charlie Brown’s, Lakewood, Register Now

5/21 Somerset/Hunterdon, Advocacy/Celebrations, Somerset County Vo-Tech HS, Bridgewater, Register Now

5/23 Morris, Celebrations, The Mansion at Mountain Lakes, Mountain Lakes, Register Now

5/29 Sussex, Spring Meeting, Mohawk House, Sparta, Register Now

5/30 Bergen, Spring Meeting, Holiday Inn, Hasbrouck Heights, Register Now

New Jersey’s 21 county school boards associations play a critical role in developing sound educational leadership. They can be a valuable source of training and information, as well as a forum for sharing ideas and concerns across district lines. The meetings enable board members to stay connected and work together to advance the achievement of all public school students in New Jersey.

Programs run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. with dinner and registration from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.

County programs are free for dues-paying NJSBA members. The cost for additional staff is $40 per person.
School board members may register themselves online for these training programs.

 

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