The NJSBA/NJASA/NJASBO annual Workshop conference will take place Monday through Thursday, Oct. 22-25, 2018 at the Atlantic City Convention Center. The theme for Workshop 2018, “Engaging Every Child,” reinforces the belief that every child has a path toward success.

The Workshop 2018 website, is live. Check the website often for updates on the conference.

Expanded Group Registration/Early Bird Pricing The Workshop group registration now covers 20 team members (up from 18 team members) and may include the following: the school board, business administrator, superintendent, facilities managers, curriculum professionals, IT staff, and other district professionals.

From April 2 through June 30, NJSBA will offer a special “early bird” group registration rate of $1,500 for up to 20 team members. The regular group registration rate of $1,600 will go into effect on July 1. The individual member rate is $300 per person. Registration will go live on April 2.

Four Days of Training/Travel Waiver Workshop will provide four days of training, including New Board Member Orientation, on Monday, Oct. 22. Individuals whose one-way commute to the Atlantic City Convention Center exceeds 50 miles may obtain reimbursement from their school district, charter school, or renaissance school for overnight lodging for October 22, 23, and 24, per the travel waiver issued by the New Jersey Department of Education.

Housing Information Harrah’s is the headquarters hotel. A block of rooms has been secured at a number of hotels in Atlantic City for Workshop 2018 attendees. Housing information and registration will be available on the Workshop website on April 2.

About Workshop 2018 The largest professional development event for school leaders in New Jersey, Workshop 2018 will offer more than 250 training sessions. In addition to opportunities for board members to earn NJSBA Board Member Academy credits, NJSBA has been authorized to issue Qualified Purchasing Agent (QPA) credits for school business administrators; professional development credits for certified educational facilities managers (CEFM); and sustainability credits toward Sustainable Jersey for Schools certification. Workshop 2018 will also offer expanded training for school technology professionals, as part of NJSBA’s commitment to helping schools reach their technology goals.

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