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Mar
5

8:00 AM

5:00 PM

CES: Behavioral Risk Assessment Team Training (March 5)

Date: March 5, 2024
Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Stoney Creek Hotel
2601 S Providence Rd, Columbia, MO 65203

Training for new teams and team members in conducting behavioral risk assessments for concerning situations involving students or others.
This is a pre-event for our Behavioral Risk Assessment Summit.

 
Hotel Accommodations:
Contact Stoney Creek Hotel directly for room reservations: 1-800-659-2220 Rooms are $99/night. Please use group code MOSBA0324 when reserving your room. Reservations must be made before February 4, 2024.

Registration Questions:
Email registration@mosba.org or call 573-445-9920, for questions about registration.

School Safety Questions:
Email Glen Moore, moore@mosba.org or call 573-445-9920, ext 416 for questions about the summit or school safety.

To register: https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=22bca014-2095-ee11-be37-002248046aa4

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Mar
5

9:00 AM

2:00 PM

CES: Regional EOP Work Sessions - Ozark School District

Location: Ozark Innovation Center
1600 W. Jackson St
Ozark, Missouri 65721
Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Time: 9am - 2pm with an hour for lunch on your own
Cost: FREE

At the end of this 4-hour CLEE training course, school districts will be able to define the role of the school safety coordinator, explain how to form relationships with external agencies, build planning teams, describe the incident command systems in schools and demonstrate the fundamental process of EOP planning and development.

For questions, please call 573-445-9920

To register: https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=e0397e5f-5a9f-ee11-be37-00224804669b

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Mar
6

8:00 AM

Mar
7

5:00 PM

CES: Behavioral Risk Assessment Summit

Date: March 6 - 7, 2024
Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Stoney Creek Hotel
2601 S Providence Rd, Columbia, MO 65203

Missouri School Boards’ Association’s Center for Education Safety (CES) will host a two-day summit for K-12 school threat management.
Speakers include Lina Alathari, Dewey Cornell, Peter Langman, John Nicoletti, Melissa Reeves, and other experts in the field.
This is an excellent opportunity for individuals and teams to learn from several of the world’s leading experts in school safety.


If a school team has yet to receive basic training, a FREE pre-conference training day will be available on March 5. Register for that session ONLY here.
 
Hotel Accommodations:
Contact Stoney Creek Hotel directly for room reservations: 1-800-659-2220 Rooms are $99/night. Please use group code MOSBA0324 when reserving your room. Reservations must be made before February 4, 2024.

Registration Questions:
Email registration@mosba.org or call 573-445-9920, for questions about registration.

School Safety Questions:
Email Glen Moore, moore@mosba.org or call 573-445-9920, ext 416 for questions about the summit or school safety.

To register: https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=c3afebad-1495-ee11-be37-002248046595

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Mar
12

10:00 AM

3:00 PM

CES: Regional EOP Work Sessions - Cape Girardeau Public Schools

Location: Cape Girardeau Public Schools
Central Administration Office
301 North Clark Street
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Time: 9am - 2pm with an hour for lunch on your own
Cost: FREE

At the end of this 4-hour CLEE training course, school districts will be able to define the role of the school safety coordinator, explain how to form relationships with external agencies, build planning teams, describe the incident command systems in schools and demonstrate the fundamental process of EOP planning and development. 

For questions, please call 573-445-9920

To register: https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=3ed46a93-5a9f-ee11-be37-002248046aa4

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Mar
13

6:30 PM

8:00 PM

2024 MSBA Spring Virtual Meeting

Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2024
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 PM Central Time
Cost: $40/district (shareable link)

School board members from across the state will log on and learn together. A legislative overview and a keynote are on the agenda.

Only one registration per district is required to receive a shareable zoom link that can be distributed to the entire district. 

To register: https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=0e9f79cd-69b5-ee11-a569-002248046595

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Mar
14

10:00 AM

11:15 AM

Webinar: 2023 - 2024 Budget Webinar Series

2023 - 2024 Budget Web Series

Information you can use from the comfort of your office! 

All webinars begin at 10:00 a.m. and will last approximately an hour and a half (or less)

$45 per webinar or $180 for all 

 
November
30:    Making and Communicating the Budget Plan
  
This session will share tips on planning the budget timeline and priorities and how to share those with the board and public. 

January 25: (NEW DATE)        
Projecting Current Year Actuals to Springboard Next Year’s
Budget


This session focuses on creating the most accurate budget by starting with projecting the current year actual revenues and expenditures by line.  Doing this work will assure you are not leaving money on the table year after year.
                               

February 8:         Creating Your Key Budget Assumptions 
                         
In this session, we will discuss the key revenue and expenditure areas you will need to create data assumptions around to budget most accurately.  We will share tips and files that will help you in this work.

March 14:           
Meeting Statutory Budget Requirements
     
                             
The five state requirements for your budget document are critical.  Learn what they are and how to achieve them in your final budget document. We will make special focus
on building a good budget summary (requirement #5).

                                                           
April 11:               
Writing and Communicating the Budget Message and Document
  
In this brief final session, we will help you with creating your budget message and presentation to the board and public for a final budget document.

To register for all or one: https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=a255954e-157f-ee11-8179-002248046595

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Mar
15

12:00 PM

1:00 PM

2024 Legislative Lunch & Learns - Week #1

Dates: March 15, March 22, and April 5
Times: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Cost: $30/person

Prepare for MSBA's Advocacy Day at Jefferson City with Legislative Lunch & Learns. Log on to learn the latest about legislation that may impact your students. Topics will be announced in the coming weeks to ensure they are timely with what is being considered in the General Assembly.  Will be held on Fridays. March 15, 22 and April 5.  

To register: https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=7cd0135a-76bf-ee11-907a-002248046595



 

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Mar
19

9:00 AM

12:00 PM

CES: SRO MOU Development - Clinton

https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=2cc196f9-a3ca-ee11-907a-002248046595



This regional School Safety Academy Continuing Education event will feature information on School Resource Officer (SRO) Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) Development.
 


Date: Tuesday, March 19, 2024
Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Location:  Clinton High School, 1106 S. 2nd Street, Clinton, MO 64735
Upstairs Professional Development Room
Credit: 3 Hours of training credit offered for School Safety Specialists
Cost: No Cost to Register

 



Target Audience: 
The target audience is school safety coordinators, school administrators, and police executives responsible for oversight or supervision of a school police program or SROs. Those whose responsibility would be to have input into the generation or evaluation of the school/police MOU document.

 

Pre-requisite: 
Review current MOU and bring to class for possible review and comparison to the checklist.

 

Parking: 
Free parking is available in the Southwest parking lot. "Staff and Visitor" and additional student parking areas that can all be utilized. Visitors will need to check in at the front office. They will then proceed upstairs to the library/media center. Local staff members can direct them. 

 

Topic to be covered:  
Mark Riggin, from CES, will present on considerations for a new MOU Relationship or a Revised MOU.  An MOU between the school District and the local police department is an essential document outlining each organization’s responsibilities and functions. A well generated MOU will answer many questions on how and when an SRO or police officer will respond in a school setting. The CES’ MOU class will present a basic understanding of a school/police MOU agreement, highlight relevant case law, and review an MOU “checklist” that will cover a wide range of topics and issues that should be discussed when sitting with school police stakeholders during the MOU generation process.

 

This project was supported by Grant No. 2019-YS-BX-0044 awarded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance. The Bureau of Justice Assistance is a component of the Department of Justice's Office of Programs, which also includes the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the National Institute of Justice, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Office for Victims of Crime, and the SMART office. Points of view or opinion in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.



 


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Mar
22

12:00 PM

1:00 PM

Webinar: Legislative Lunch & Learns - Week #2

Dates: March 15, March 22, and April 5
Times: 12:00 - 1:00 pm
Cost: $30/person

Prepare for MSBA's Advocacy Day at Jefferson City with Legislative Lunch & Learns. Log on to learn the latest about legislation that may impact your students. Topics will be announced in the coming weeks to ensure they are timely with what is being considered in the General Assembly.  Will be held on Fridays. March 15, 22 and April 5.  

To register: https://mosba.enviseams.com/events/register?id=7cd0135a-76bf-ee11-907a-002248046595

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Mar
26

8:00 AM

Mar
28

4:00 PM

CES: School Safety Academy - March 2024

About the Academy

Participation in the School Safety Academy will grant designated school safety coordinators your certification as a School Safety Specialist, in accordance with school safety coordinator requirements outlined in section 160.660 RSMo. and the Missouri School Improvement Program, version 6 (MSIP 6).

Candidates for School Safety Specialist certification will be expected to attend all 20 hours of courses in this basic Academy to receive their certification. Certified School Safety Specialists will also be required to attend eight (8) hours annually of continuing education approved by Academy staff. (As this includes their first year of certification, the total training requirement for that year will be 28 credits.) MSBA’s Center for Education Safety School Safety Academy will be offering additional courses for continuing education credits and courses from other training providers will be evaluated for credit.

This training should also be considered for School Resource Officers and School Protection Officers as outlined in section 160.665 RSMo.

Academy training, and subsequent advanced training opportunities, will be focused around safety topics that include:




  • Effective Communication/ Information Sharing




  • Mental Health/Behavioral Risk




  • School Climate and Culture




  • Emergency Operations Plan




  • Physical Security/Technology




  • Safety Assessments/ Audits




  • Training/ Drills




  • Legal Issues




  • Cyber Security




Don't Miss the Next School Safety Academy

MSBA’s Center for Education Safety is pleased to announce plans for another School Safety Academy to be held on March 26-28, 2024 in Columbia, Missouri. The Academy is grant-funded and will be offered to you at no cost. The curriculum will include presentations on a variety of topics that are designed to help you improve the climate in your school.

Submit Application: https://www.mosba.org/forms/ces-school-safety-academy-application-march-2024



More Information

Please contact Michelle Kruse at 573-445-9920, ext. 426 or kruse@mosba.org

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