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Thursday, April 29, 2021

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8:00 am - 10:30 am EDT
Annual Conference 2021 Third General Session

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Closing General Session with Keynote Speaker Gerry Brooks, ODE Update with Aaron Rausch and OEPI Update with Howard Fleeter

Speaker(s)

Gerry Brooks, Principal, Liberty Elementary School, Lexington, Kentucky

Aaron Rausch, Director, Office of Budget and School Funding, Ohio Department of Education

Dr. Howard Fleeter, Ohio Education Policy Institute

Katie Johnson, Esq., Deputy Executive Director, OASBO

9:30 am - 4:30 am EDT
Virtual Expo Open

10:30 am - 10:45 am EDT
Break

10:45 am- 11:45 am EDT
Safe Return this Fall - What Should We Expect and Plan For?

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Fees: $55 (Non-Member) / $30 (Member)

Dr. Fay Y Lin, Cardiologist and Epidemiologist from Cornell's Medical School,  along with Dr. Shonda Huery Hardman, EdD, former Chief of School for Houston ISD, will provide their best guidance on what to expect this fall as you start the 21-22 school year. There will be a rich discussion on what guidelines they expect will be in place from the CDC, how vaccinations and PPE will impact schools and budgets next year.  Additionally, they will look at two specific areas of spending opportunities for ESSER Funds and provide guidance of what to look for and questions to ask when making investment decisions.  Participants will also be to ask questions of these two leading experts in the Medical and Academic fields.

Speaker(s)

Dr. Fay Lin, Professor, Cornell University Medical School

Dr. Shonda Huery Hardman, School District Coach/ Consultant

10:45 am- 11:45 am EDT
Food Service Operations - How to Stop Losing Money in Food Service (CPIM Approved)

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Fees: $55 (Non-Member) / $30 (Member)

How To Stop Losing Money In Food Service will define and explain the revenue sources and the cost variables that make up a typical school food service operation. Identifying the typical Food Service operation revenue sources and the keys to maximizing them will give the participants the information needed to assess their districts departmental. Participants will gain an understanding of how each of the cost variables have an impact on the operational efficiency of the school food service. Through this understanding of the cost ranges that each of these expense variables should fall into, participants will be able to assess their food service department to determine if they are efficient or not. Strategies will be presented to help the districts to maximize revenue and control expense.

Speaker(s)

Christopher Ashley, Food Service Consultant, K-12 Consulting, Inc.

10:45 am- 11:45 am EDT
Top 10 Mistakes Made by School Administrators when Evaluating and Disciplining Staff and How to Avoid Them

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Fees: $55 (Non-Member) / $30 (Member)

K-12 public education is among the most regulated industries in Ohio. State and Federal statute and case law; numerous agency regulations; collective bargaining agreements; and Board policy all intertwine to create a tangled web of procedural snares to hinder those charged with evaluating and disciplining school employees. Join an experienced education, labor and employment law attorney and an experienced Human Resources Administrator to discuss mistakes that short-circuit the proper evaluation and discipline of public school employees. Learn about best practices to comply with the law and foster healthy labor relations to assist in employee evaluation and discipline. Receive legal updates and tips to adapt to the constantly-evolving landscape of public school employment law and labor relations.

Speaker(s)

Kate Davis, Senior Attorney, Bricker & Eckler

Amy Sipes, Human Resources, Northmont City SD

10:45 am- 11:45 am EDT
Statewide Property Values and Trends (CPIM Approved)

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Fees: $55 (Non-Member) / $30 (Member)

How have property valuations trended statewide over the past two decades, including the last recession, and what insight can we gain from the latest Ohio Department of Taxation data for 2020? Has COVID had much impact, and what else is happening around the state to impact valuations and tax rates? The F5 team will also dive-in to particulars involving pipelines and CAUV agriculture valuation.

Speaker(s)

Mike Sobul, Consultant, Forecast5 Analytics, and Retired Treasurer

Stacy Overly, Sr. Analytics Advisor, Forecast5 Analytics

11:45 am - 12:00 pm EDT
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12:00 pm - 12:30 pm EDT
Legal Update

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April 29, 12:00 p.m. -Rick Manoloff and the team from Squire Patton Boggs provide the second half of their Legal Update!

Speaker(s)

Rick Manoloff, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs

Mike Sharb, Partner, Squire Patton Boggs

1:30 pm – 4:30 pm EDT
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4:30 pm EDT
Conference Adjourns