ASBA Connect 1.15.20

Are you leaving your school district’s future to chance?


Written by Ann O’Brien, ASBA President-Elect


Who will serve on your local governing board next? School districts across Arizona elect local governing board members every two years. The next election will be in 2020. While the nation and media focus for months and now years on who our next president will be, often, little to no thought is given to who will be the next leaders of a school district......

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Are you looking for Annual Conference photos and videos?


Photos and videos from the Annual Conference are available. Did you receive an award, was your district recognized or maybe you took a new headshot? View photos and videos here.

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What does #MyASBA mean to you? Meet Tida Garcia from Tolleson ESD


You will see #MyASBA throughout our communications this year as board members describe how ASBA has personally connected with them. Whether it’s adopting our equity framework, voting on our bylaws or getting involved on a committee or alliance, we want you to feel that ASBA is your association and represents your boards, schools, students and communities

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Meet ASBA’s new executive director, Dr. Sheila Harrison-Williams
Superintendent job openings in Wickenburg, Window Rock, Mohave Valley, Page PLUS more
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Patagonia ESD and Flagstaff USD pass Census model resolutions
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Jan. 22 Webinar: Advancing Equity through deeper learning for rural/remote students
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February 17 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Join colleagues from across the state to focus on the needs and challenges of rural and remote public schools. Learn about what’s developing in the 2020 Legislative Session, meet with your legislators to advocate for your school district and attend a House Education committee hearing! This event is open to board members, superintendents and other. Registration is free.

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Board Operations and Leadership Training Seminar Bolts is provided in Phoenix, Flagstaff and Tucson and focuses on governance and leadership topics for school Boards and superintendents. A track for administrative professionals (ASAP) who support boards and superintendents is included.


January 24, Tucson

January 29, Phoenix

February 7, Flagstaff

Gov. Ducey proposes new investments in K-12 public education
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Education advocates’ budget priorities for legislative session
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New Invest in Ed initiative announced for 2020 ballot
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