In the fall, MSBA hosts the MSBA Annual Conference in cooperation with MASA – the largest gathering of education leaders in Missouri. The conference features nationally recognized speakers and nearly 100 sessions on a variety of timely topics. The Delegate Assembly convenes during the Annual Conference to adopt the legislative resolutions.
New this year, you can register 10 or more district members for a flat fee of $2500 (for example: register 20 people and your district pays $2500, a savings of $2500)
Who can attend? Board Members, superintendents, administrators, central office staff, teachers, safety personnel…anyone from MSBA member Districts!
Safe Schools and Colleges Forum for $99 per person
Other registration opportunities include:
Board Secretaries Workshop
Board Presidents Workshop
New Board Member & Refresher Training
COSA Annual Meeting
Annual FutureBuilders Golf Tournament
Saturday General Session featuring – Tony Gonzalez
Pro Football Hall of Famer, Tony Gonzalez is a former Kansas City Chief and Atlanta Falcons All-Pro tight end. After a 17-year long career, he became an analyst on CBS’ NFL pregame show ‘NFL Today’ before transitioning to FOX, where he is a fixture on FOX NFL Kickoff as well as the FOX NFL Sunday show.
Conference Hotel Information
KANSAS CITY MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN – Headquarter Hotel
In order to receive the special MSBA rate, use the link to make your reservations. https://book.passkey.com/gt/217699347?gtid=4cca86cb15ab7edcf3a3750981ba26c9
Located in the heart of the city’s business, government and theater districts, the stunning Kansas City Marriott Downtown provides a delightful stay for business and leisure travel. This two-tower complex, unique among Kansas City hotels, combines newly restored historic elegance with modern luxury. The atrium waterfall at the entrance accents the hotel’s dramatic beauty. All 946 guest rooms and 37 suites offer spacious design and wireless Internet access. Each and every room is a Room that Works — ergonomically designed for maximum efficiency.
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City of KCMO COVID-19 Updates