Dates:
July 21-23, 2019

Location:
Camden on the Lake
2359 Bittersweet Rd
Lake Ozark, MO  65049

Registration Fee:
$199 Early Bird Rate (until June 3rd )
$249 Regular Rate (after June 3rd)


Room Reservations:
Rooms at Camden on the Lake are currently sold out.  You may call 573-365-5620 and ask to be put on the waiting list.  The room rate is $133 per night.


MAESP has secured a room block at The Lodge of Four Seasons.  The room rate is $122 per night.  To reserve at room at The Lodge of Four Seasons, call 1-888-265-5500 and mention the Educational Office Professionals Conference Overflow Block.

Cancellation Policy:
Cancellations will be accepted ONLY if received before July 1, 2019 and will be subject to a $50 administrative charge. Any cancellations not received by July 1 will be charged the entire fee.

Conference Sponsors

Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals (MAESP)
Missouri Council of School Administrators (MCSA)
Joel Heman - American Fidelity Assurance Company
Mark Iglehart - Forrest T. Jones & Company
Tueth, Keeney, Cooper, Mohan & Jackstadt P.C.
Mickes O'Toole, LLC
EdCounsel 



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Conference Schedule

Sunday

3:00 - 6:00 PM Registration
5:00 - 7:00 PM Welcome Reception


Monday

7:15 - 8:15 AM Registration

7:15 - 8:00 AM Breakfast

8:15 - 11:15 AM First General Session

What's Your Kolbe A Index and What Does it Mean?


11:30 AM - 12:10 PM Lunch (provided)

12:20 - 1:20 PM Breakout Sessions (choose one)

Secretaryella: The Fairy Tale of Working in a School Office

Once upon a time there was a Secretary who wanted to make a difference. She got to work early to make coffee and greet teachers and students. Then the copier jammed and the laminator broke. What was Secretaryella to do? Join this session as the presenters share stories of finding balance and celebration. The job of the school secretary can be anything you want it to be. You will walk away with ideas for organization, balance and staff morale and a new understanding of how important your job is and the difference you can make. You might even find the glass slipper.

Presented by Melinda Miller, Principal, Willard School District and Angie Curry, Secretary, Willard School District

             

PEERS - Strength in Knowledge. Stability in Planning. Security in Retirement.
                                                           
The PEERS Pre-Retirement In-Service presentation is designed to educate and inform you of the advantages your membership provides you and your loved ones right now and during the remainder of your lifetime. Important information you should be aware of when considering retirement including retirement eligibility, calculating benefits, the types of benefit plans PEERS offers, when to file your paperwork and considerations for working after retirement will be covered in this presentation.

Presented by Amanda Wooten, CRC®, Member Education Supervisor, PSRS/PEERS of Missouri


Record Retention and Student Confidentiality

This presentation will cover FERPA matters, including what types of student information may be distributed and to whom.  It will also address what types of records should be maintained and for how long, both in general and when litigation is anticipated.

Presented by Brittany Newell, Attorney at Mickes O’Toole, LLC Attorneys at Law                            

A Day in Your Life...  Tyler Technology            

It would be nice if you could plan your day and have it go uninterrupted, but when you work in the front office, that is rarely the case. So, when a student, parent  or teacher is right in front of you, you need to know the most efficient way to get them what they need and send them on their way. This session will provide efficient ways to handle enrollment, attendance, document storage, communication logs, and much more. 

Presented by Mema Hrncic, Account Executive, Tyler Technology


1:25 - 2:25 PM Breakout Sessions (choose one)

Secretaryella: The Fairy Tale of Working in a School Office

Once upon a time there was a Secretary who wanted to make a difference. She got to work early to make coffee and greet teachers and students. Then the copier jammed and the laminator broke. What was Secretaryella to do? Join this session as the presenters share stories of finding balance and celebration. The job of the school secretary can be anything you want it to be. You will walk away with ideas for organization, balance and staff morale and a new understanding of how important your job is and the difference you can make. You might even find the glass slipper.

Presented by Melinda Miller, Principal, Willard School District and Angie Curry, Secretary, Willard School District

             

PEERS - Strength in Knowledge. Stability in Planning. Security in Retirement.
                                                           
The PEERS Pre-Retirement In-Service presentation is designed to educate and inform you of the advantages your membership provides you and your loved ones right now and during the remainder of your lifetime. Important information you should be aware of when considering retirement including retirement eligibility, calculating benefits, the types of benefit plans PEERS offers, when to file your paperwork and considerations for working after retirement will be covered in this presentation.

Presented by Amanda Wooten, CRC®, Member Education Supervisor, PSRS/PEERS of Missouri


Record Retention and Student Confidentiality

This presentation will cover FERPA matters, including what types of student information may be distributed and to whom.  It will also address what types of records should be maintained and for how long, both in general and when litigation is anticipated.

Presented by Brittany Newell, Attorney at Mickes O’Toole, LLC Attorneys at Law                            

A Day in Your Life...  Tyler Technology            

It would be nice if you could plan your day and have it go uninterrupted, but when you work in the front office, that is rarely the case. So, when a student, parent  or teacher is right in front of you, you need to know the most efficient way to get them what they need and send them on their way. This session will provide efficient ways to handle enrollment, attendance, document storage, communication logs, and much more. 

Presented by Mema Hrncic, Account Executive, Tyler Technology


2:35 - 3:35 PM Breakout Sessions (choose one)

From Disgusted to Grateful: How are you Responding to your Audience?

This hands-on presentation looks at how different communication styles engage your audience. You'll be asked to respond to scenarios from five different communication styles. Through the laughs you'll be able to take away practical tips to ensure you're communicating effectively and appropriately.

Presented by Casey Owens, Director of Communications, Ozark School District


School Gatekeepers:  Enrollment, Residency & Homelessness

School office personnel frequently function as gatekeepers to the district, serving as the first point of contact for issues related to school enrollment, residency & homelessness.  This presentation will review school residency requirements, review the exceptions and provide guidance for common enrollment pitfalls.  We will also review the legal requirements for homeless students and provide practical pointers for avoiding common legal mistakes.  

Presented by Michelle Basi, Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan Jackstadt PC


Managing Stakeholder Relationships

Practical legal guidance for how to handle sensitive and sometimes difficult conversations with parents, students, staff members, board members, vendors, and others.

Presented by Emily Omohundro, Attorney at EdCounsel LLC., School Attorneys


Role Alike – Elementary Office Professionals

This session will provide an opportunity for secondary school secretaries and district office support professionals to meet in separate role-alike groups to discuss common topics and learn from each other. These two groups will be self-facilitated with an open agenda.



3:45 - 4:45 PM Breakout Sessions (choose one)

From Disgusted to Grateful: How are you Responding to your Audience?

This hands-on presentation looks at how different communication styles engage your audience. You'll be asked to respond to scenarios from five different communication styles. Through the laughs you'll be able to take away practical tips to ensure you're communicating effectively and appropriately.

Presented by Casey Owens, Director of Communications, Ozark School District


School Gatekeepers:  Enrollment, Residency & Homelessness

School office personnel frequently function as gatekeepers to the district, serving as the first point of contact for issues related to school enrollment, residency & homelessness.  This presentation will review school residency requirements, review the exceptions and provide guidance for common enrollment pitfalls.  We will also review the legal requirements for homeless students and provide practical pointers for avoiding common legal mistakes.  

Presented by Michelle Basi, Tueth Keeney Cooper Mohan Jackstadt PC


Managing Stakeholder Relationships

Practical legal guidance for how to handle sensitive and sometimes difficult conversations with parents, students, staff members, board members, vendors, and others.

Presented by Emily Omohundro, Attorney at EdCounsel LLC., School Attorneys


Role Alike – Elementary Office Professionals

This session will provide an opportunity for secondary school secretaries and district office support professionals to meet in separate role-alike groups to discuss common topics and learn from each other. These two groups will be self-facilitated with an open agenda.


Tuesday

7:30 - 8:15 AM Breakfast

8:30 - 9:30 AM Second General Session
Addressing Bullying Through Improved School Climate


10:00 - 11:00 AM Closing General Session
It Takes 4 to Tango...   These People Are Not Difficult, They are Just Different!


11:00 - 11:30 AM Door Prizes and Adjournment



 

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Jefferson City, MO  65109

Phone: 573-638-2460
Fax:  573-556-6270
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