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2017 IASB JOINT ANNUAL CONFERENCE


Share the Success Panels

Share the Success Panels Chosen for Conference

Twenty-nine panel sessions were chosen from more than 65 proposals submitted by school districts and related organizations for “Share the Success” presentations at the 2017 Joint Annual Conference.

This is the second year that proposals were rated by an online process. The panels were evaluated by a group of school boards members, with final judging completed on March 10.

Panel proposals were evaluated on several key points, including interest or relevance for today’s school leaders; focus on board level work rather than staff work; evidence of creativity and an innovative approach to the issue or subject; can the district’s experience be replicated by others; support evidence of the program’s “success”; and if the proposal provided a clear picture of the panel presentation using specific information.

The “Share the Success” panels and participating school districts/organizations include:

MakerSpace: High & Low Tech Ways to Transform your Library
Oak Lawn CHSD 229

A Place to Call Home
Calumet Public SD 132

The Power of Engaging Your Community for Success
CCSD 230, Orland Park

1:1 Program – Lessons Learned
Bourbonnais SD 53

Parent Advisory Council: Cultivating Leaders
Maywood, Melrose Park, Broadview District 89

Ensuring a Return on Your Strategic Plan Investment
Belvidere School District 100

Rockford’s Journey of Collaboration: Lessons Learned
Rockford SD 205

The Visual Voice: Using Video to Engage Your Community
Huntley Community SD 158

A Whole District Reform Model that Works!
Byron CUSD 226

The Long Road to a Successful Building Referendum
LaSalle-Peru THSD 120

Creating a New Long-Range Plan: Your District. Your Plan
Glen Ellyn School District 41

Board Member’s Role in Financial Accountability
Community High SD 99, Downers Grove

From 8 to 88: Partnering with Your District’s   Retirees
CCSD 93, Bloomingdale

Renovating Older Buildings – A Blueprint for Success
Oak Grove SD 68

Facility Upgrades and Savings Through IGA’s
Hawthorn District 73

Moving from Punitive Consequences to Restorative Practices
Beach Park School District 3

Expanding Internal Capacity of District Transition Programs
Community HSD 117, Lake Villa

Screening for Success: Systematically Analyzing Student Data
Maine THSD 207

Improving Culture with a Focus on Positive Psychology
Schaumburg CCSD 54

Passing a Successful Referendum: It’s All about Community
East Prairie SD 73

Salary Schedules – Friend or Foe?
Mt. Pulaski CUSD 23

Student Learner Project with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Okaw Valley CUSD 302

Easier Strategic Planning Using Teachers & Administrators
Staunton CUSD 6

Expenditure Ideas and Solutions for Tough Budget Times
O’Fallon CCSD 90

DIY Professional Learning in Fiscally Strained Times
Geneseo CUSD 228

How Changes to SAT and AP Increase Student Opportunities
Olympia CUSD 16

Community Matters: Referendum Success After Defeat
Champaign Unit 4 School District

Restorative Practices that Work: A Whole School Approach
Urbana School District

Public-Private Partnerships and High-Achieving Students
Carbondale CHSD 165

A complete listing of these panels, including panel description, time slots, locations, and presenters will be included in the Conference Preview. This publication will be posted online by mid-September.

 

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