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Annual Conference Details

Monday, February 21, 2022   
Early Bird Seminar: 

  • Time: 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. 
  • 3 Hours of CEU Credit available
  • COST for Early Bird: $105.00*  

 

Tuesday-Wednesday,
February 22-23, 2022
Annual Conference:
  • Time: Opening General Session begins at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 22, 2022
  • 6 Hours of CEU Credit available on Tuesday, February 22, 2022
  • 3 Hours of CEU Credit available on Wednesday, February 23, 2022
  • COST for Tuesday-Wednesday: $355.00*

 *Higher fees for non-school district participants

Cancellations must be made by February 16, 2022, or your district will be billed the full registration fee.

 

  

 
MSBA 50th Annual Conference 

February 21-23, 2022

Hilton Jackson • Jackson, MS

 

The Mississippi School Boards Association (MSBA) will host the 50th Annual Conference on February 21-23, 2022. This year's conference is hybrid — Choose to attend virtually or in-person at the Hilton Jackson in Jackson, MS. 

Annual Conference Overview

The MSBA Annual Conference brings together school board members and education leaders from across the state to share information that shapes the future of our students. The conference provides two and one-half days of significant presentations and experiences to energize your leadership team and district.  

School leaders will gain ideas and strategies through the Early Bird Leadership seminar, general sessions, concurrent sessions, speakers, demonstrations, and exhibitors with cutting-edge content, best practices, and the new ideas to support student achievement. Join the many school board members, superintendents, and education leaders from across the state to gain valuable knowledge and information in several key areas including:

Governance and Leadership

Effective leadership skills are necessary to transform public education. Discover the value of using governance tools resources to accomplish the mission of the district.

Advocacy

Learn about current state and federal topics that are affecting education leaders and impacting local control and governance.

School Board Policy

Having comprehensive policies in place to guide district and school operations is critical to the successful operation of a school district. Learn about required policies, governing by policy, and recent policy revisions.

Planning

Boards of Education need to ensure that school districts and students will be better able to meet the demands of the future by instituting an ongoing, comprehensive planning process. Learn how to set and monitor goals, to align resources, and to achieve district goals and priorities.

Evaluation

Selecting and evaluating the superintendent is one of the school board’s most important jobs. A quality superintendent evaluation process helps develop good board/superintendent relationships, provides clarity of roles, creates common understanding of the leadership being provided, and provides a mechanism for accountability.

Best Practices at the District Level

District leaders share how innovative approaches can improve student achievement amid economic and other challenges

School Law

Participate in essential training for board members and superintendents to learn about the ever changing world of school law.  Hear from the experts about the most recent laws and litigation affecting school districts.

School Board/Superintendent Relations  

Get clarity on the roles and responsibilities of the board and superintendents, and on how to collaborate and develop long-term successful relationships inside and outside the system.

School Finance

A major responsibility of the school board is adopting the school district budget and ensuring that the necessary financial policies are in place to prevent fraud, waste, and misappropriation. Become better informed about the board’s role in school district finance.

Student Achievement and Accountability

Understand the factors which set conditions for determining academic success, accountability, and continuous improvement within school districts.

Technology and Social Media

Join in hands-on sessions and learn to use technology and social media tools for governance, school public relations, and transforming schools.

 

Hotel Information

A limited block of rooms is available at the Hilton Jackson, 1001 E County Line Rd, Jackson, MS, 39211, for $124 per night plus taxes. To make your reservations online, click here, or call the Hilton Jackson at 601-957-2800 and be sure to mention the code MSBA2.

Make your reservations by Sunday, January 30, 2022, to receive the discounted room rate.

 
  

DIAMOND SPONSORS

 Bailey Education Group, LLC

American Fidelity

Scholastic

AE Touch Technologies

 

EXHIBITORS

A2H, PLLC

AE Touch Technologies

American Fidelity

American Reading Company

Apptegy

Bailey Education Group

Bliss Products and Services, Inc.

Buse Education Services, LLC

CMTA Energy Solutions

Cognia

Core Educational Services

Dale|Bailey Architects

Entegrity

The Excellence Group

Franklin Designs, Inc.

Greene Education Services

Innovative Construction Management

JBHM Architecture

JH&H Architects Planners Interiors, PA

Kids First Education

The Kirkland Group

Math Nation

MACHADO PATANO

Millcreek of Pontotoc

Nside - The School Safety Platform

Pelican Playgrounds

PryorMorrow PC

Schneider Electric

Scholastic

School Status

ValuTeachers

Wednesday, May 25, 2022 MISSISSIPPI SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION
Office: 380 Zurich Drive, Ridgeland, MS 39157
Mail: PO Box 203, Clinton, MS 39060
Phone: 601-924-2001   Fax:601-924-2002   Toll Free:888-367-6722