Education Summit & Expo 2019
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6/2/2019 to 6/5/2019
When: June 2-5, 2019
12:00 PM
Where: Saratoga Hilton and Saratoga City Center
534 Broadway
Saratoga Springs, New York  12866
United States


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An Invitation

from Kathleen O'Hara, ASBO New York President-Elect

On behalf of the Board of Directors and Executive Director Michael Borges, I would like to invite you to attend the 71st Education Summit & Expo in beautiful and historic Saratoga Springs. I want to extend a special thank you to Marian Chrisman and Steve Zautner, Co-Chairs of the Annual Conference and Education Summit Committee, as well as the staff for their outstanding efforts to create an enriching conference.

Building Bridges is the theme for this year’s annual conference. To be successful as school business officials we continually build bridges with all those we come in contact with: students, teachers, administrators, colleagues, industry associates, state legislators, as well as the State Education Department of NY State.

A bridge is a connector and supporter, comprised of many similar, yet unique parts. United, these parts provide the strength necessary for the bridge to function effectively and provide safe passage over otherwise difficult terrain. ASBO New York receives strength from twenty individual chapters across New York State. Within each chapter, school districts often share similar challenges, while still confronting different circumstances specific to their district. Unfunded mandates, reductions in State Aid, the need to do more with less, effectively managing a myriad of various functional tasks on a daily basis, growing professionally, and keeping up to date with the latest changes and regulations impacting New York State school districts are just a few of the challenges school leaders must embrace. Through frequent collaboration and professional development, school business leaders can continue to efficiently provide students with a quality education and the tools they need to be successful.

Please take pictures and use the hashtag #SBOsBuildingBridges to post to Facebook or Instagram or tweet pictures of you with students, teachers, and all those you come in contact with as a business leader during the months and days leading up to and including the Education Summit. Let’s show the many bridges we have built, and then we can share them at this year’s annual conference!

Join us for the 2019 Education Summit & Expo in historic Saratoga Springs, New York taking place June 2 - 5, 2019 at the Saratoga Hilton and Saratoga Springs City Center. The conference features nearly 40 educational sessions, a large trade show with over 140 exhibiting companies, special events, and networking opportunities packed into the four day event.

Use the tabs above to see the schedule for each day (Sunday to Wednesday), details about Special Events, delicious meal descriptions, different housing options (and registration links), and information about the sponsors and exhibitors who help make our conference the immersive, exciting, and educational experience that it is.

Feel free to look through the tabs and digest our various offerings. When you're ready you can register by clicking the Register Now button above the banner image to get your registration under way! Or maybe you are ready right now...

Registration Desk Hours

Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Monday 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

The Expo

During the Education Summit & Expo, be sure to visit the over 140 exhibitors to learn more about the products and services available to New York State school districts. The trade show will be open on Monday, June 3 and Tuesday, June 4.

The trade show officially begins on Monday at 2:00 p.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Take advantage of programming downtime to visit our exhibitors.

Exhibit Hours:
Monday 2:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Registration Costs

Need Financial Assistance to Attend? Apply for a scholarship to cover registration and housing.
Member Packages
District/BOCES Member Full Conference Registration Package
$460
For Regular and District/BOCES Staff Members and those part of an Institutional package. All Meals included with this registration.
Student Member Full Conference Registration
$125
Meals NOT included.
Retired/Emeritus Member Full Conference Registration
$75
Meals NOT included.
Honorary Life Member Package Full Conference Registration Package
$55
All meals included.
Non-Member Packages
District/BOCES Non-Member Full Conference Registration Package
$605
For non-members. All Meals included with this registration.
Student Non-Member Full Conference Registration
$245
Meals NOT included.
One Day Only Packages
Sunday Only Conference Registration
Member: $175 / Non-Member: $245
Includes Dinner event on Sunday.
Monday Only Conference Registration
Member: $235 / Non-Member: $335
Includes Breakfast and Lunch on Monday.
Tuesday Only Conference Registration
Member: $285 / Non-Member: $385
Includes Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner event on Tuesday.
Wednesday Only Conference Registration
Member: $175 / Non-Member: $245
Includes Breakfast on Wednesday.
Business Members/Companies
Companies must be members of the association and select a sponsorship level to attend. Registration fees may apply. Contact Debbie Eberle for more details.

Education Summit Scholarship Fund

In 2015, ASBO created the Education Summit Scholarship Fund to give new School Business Officials (or active/institutional/SBO staff members who have not attended the conference in the past three years, if their school district budget was defeated the previous year, or if the district has a negative tax cap this year) the opportunity to attend the conference. The scholarship will cover the cost of registration and hotel.

The purpose of this Scholarship Fund is to address the main reason (budgetary constraints) that school business office staff cannot attend the Education Summit and Expo. Recipients will also be invited to attend the Past Presidents and Future Leaders Reception on Sunday at the conference to mix and mingle with other recipients, fund sponsors, and the association's leaders.

If you are interested in applying for the Education Summit Scholarship, please fill out the application form below and tell us why you have not attended in the past and why you wish to attend this year.

Selections for these scholarships will be made by May 3. Application Deadline: April 26.

Thank you to the following companies for their generous support of the Education Summit Scholarship Fund: New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal, Utica National Insurance Group, FINANCE MANAGER, OMNI, New York Liquid Asset Fund, NYBEST Agency.

For information on CPE / CTLE credits please download the 2019 Education Summit Preliminary Program.

Registration Desk Hours
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Session 1A - 3A
12:00 PM - 3:15 PM
1 - 3 Capital Projects Closeout (Sessions 1A-3A) ★ 3.5 CPE
Description This is Part Three of the Capital Project sequence. The panel will go thru all of the steps involved in achieving a successful closeout to a capital project. The session will cover the essential items that must be completed, whether the business official was involved from the beginning of the project, or if the business official entered a project that was already underway.
Presenter(s) Michael Shusda, Accounting Services, Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc.; Christine M. Crowley, CIPMA, Vice President, Municipal Advisor, Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc.; Garry W. Herbert, Project Executive, LeChase Construction; Jim King, Partner, King + King, Architects; Ted Trespasz, Partner, Trespasz & Marquardt, LLP; Joseph G Shields, Partner, Ferrara Fiorenza PC
Session 1
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
1A Capital Projects Closeout (Sessions 1A-3A) ★ 3.5 CPE
Description This is Part Three of the Capital Project sequence. The panel will go thru all of the steps involved in achieving a successful closeout to a capital project. The session will cover the essential items that must be completed, whether the business official was involved from the beginning of the project, or if the business official entered a project that was already underway.
Presenter(s) Michael Shusda, Accounting Services, Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc.; Christine M. Crowley, CIPMA, Vice President, Municipal Advisor, Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc.; Garry W. Herbert, Project Executive, LeChase Construction; Jim King, Partner, King + King, Architects; Ted Trespasz, Partner, Trespasz & Marquardt, LLP; Joseph G Shields, Partner, Ferrara Fiorenza PC
1B The Four Keys to Unlock More Engaged Employees
Description At its core, every organization is just a collection of people. And despite the best designed systems, programs, and processes, it is the folks on the team who will ultimately cause... or frustrate... your organization's success. Come explore time-tested tips and techniques to recruit, sustain and engage focused, aligned and energetic employees.
Presenter(s) Mark D. Mambretti, Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Personnel/CIO, East Aurora Union Free School District
Session 2
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
2A Capital Projects Closeout (Sessions 1A-3A) ★ 3.5 CPE
Description This is Part Three of the Capital Project sequence. The panel will go thru all of the steps involved in achieving a successful closeout to a capital project. The session will cover the essential items that must be completed, whether the business official was involved from the beginning of the project, or if the business official entered a project that was already underway.
Presenter(s) Michael Shusda, Accounting Services, Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc.; Christine M. Crowley, CIPMA, Vice President, Municipal Advisor, Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc.; Garry W. Herbert, Project Executive, LeChase Construction; Jim King, Partner, King + King, Architects; Ted Trespasz, Partner, Trespasz & Marquardt, LLP; Joseph G Shields, Partner, Ferrara Fiorenza PC
2B Professionalism & Protocol for School Business Officials
Description Professional workplace behavior is important to the long term success of any leader. Now that you have the mastered the technical skills to be a school business district leader, come to learn the necessary protocols to ensure you continue to be a respected member of your educational leadership team. This workshop will include tips, tricks and some miss manners rules on how to conduct yourself in professional, social and online arenas.
Presenter(s) Dr. Jennifer Avery, Deputy Superintendent, ONC BOCES
2C - 3C Understanding the Audited Financial Statements and MD&A (1:15 PM - 3:15 PM) ★ 2 CPE
Description This seminar will provide an in-depth walkthrough of audited financial statements from the MD&A through the required note disclosures. It will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the requirements for GAAP compliance in order for you to effectively communicate with your Board the difference between the fund statements and the Government-Wide financials that have gotten increasingly complicated.
Presenter(s) Roy J. Clark (Chip), CPA, CIA, Partner, D'Arcangelo & Co., LLP
Session 3
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
3A Capital Projects Closeout (Sessions 1A-3A) ★ 3.5 CPE
Description This is Part Three of the Capital Project sequence. The panel will go thru all of the steps involved in achieving a successful closeout to a capital project. The session will cover the essential items that must be completed, whether the business official was involved from the beginning of the project, or if the business official entered a project that was already underway.
Presenter(s) Michael Shusda, Accounting Services, Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc.; Christine M. Crowley, CIPMA, Vice President, Municipal Advisor, Fiscal Advisors & Marketing, Inc.; Garry W. Herbert, Project Executive, LeChase Construction; Jim King, Partner, King + King, Architects; Ted Trespasz, Partner, Trespasz & Marquardt, LLP; Joseph G Shields, Partner, Ferrara Fiorenza PC
3B Philosophies of School Business Leaders
Description Come listen to and interact with a panel of experienced School Business Officials as they share insight on what has led to their success in the profession. Topic areas will include: Leadership style; Approaches to supervision; Interactions with instructional staff, administrators, Superintendent, Board; Promoting integrity & credibility; Whether, when and how to say “no”; Communication tips, General pitfalls/mistakes to avoid; and any other questions you might have.
Presenter(s) "Dr. Jennifer Avery, Deputy Superintendent, ONC BOCES; Victor Manuel, Assistant Superintendant for Business, Jericho School District; Herb Chessler, Assistant Superintendant for Business, Middle Country CSD; Tony Sonnacchio, School Business Administrator, Marcellus Central School District; Jim Fregelette, Executive Director, Administration and Operations, Erie 1 BOCES; Susan Schmidt, Deputy Superintendent, Sullivan County BOCES
2C - 3C Understanding the Audited Financial Statements and MD&A (1:15 PM - 3:15 PM)★ 2 CPE
Description This seminar will provide an in-depth walkthrough of audited financial statements from the MD&A through the required note disclosures. It will provide attendees with a comprehensive understanding of the requirements for GAAP compliance in order for you to effectively communicate with your Board the difference between the fund statements and the Government-Wide financials that have gotten increasingly complicated.
Presenter(s) Roy J. Clark (Chip), CPA, CIA, Partner, D'Arcangelo & Co., LLP
Session 4
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
4A Comptrollers Audit Update ★ 1 CPE
Description This Session will discuss the most recent findings issued by the Office of the New York State Comptroller’s Office. The interactive session will discuss best practices surrounding those findings, and what Districts are doing to react to those findings.
Presenter(s) Thomas Zuber, CPA, Partner, Raymond F. Wager, CPA, P.C. a Division of Mengel Metzger Barr & Co. LLP
4B Meeting Expectations: Communicating with Today’s Parents
Description The number of communications tools and the ways in which audiences use them have changed drastically over the last few years. To reach our constituents, it's important that we're aware of how they prefer to be communicated and engaged with, and align our communications accordingly. In this workshop, you'll learn about some of the latest trends in parent engagement data and how you can actively take steps to achieve desired results.
Presenter(s) Steve King, Communications Program Manager, Capital Region BOCES Communications Service; Jodie Orzechowski, APR, Communications Manager, Capital Region BOCES
Sunday Evening Event
6:30 PM – 10:30 PM
Event Sunday Evening Event at Prime at Saratoga National
Sponsored by: US Omni

For information on CPE / CTLE credits please download the 2019 Education Summit Preliminary Program.

Registration Desk Hours
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Breakfast
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Meal Monday Breakfast
Session 5
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
5A Telling your District’s Financial Story: A strategic approach to help achieve success in your district ★ 1 CPE
Description A little bit of information taken out of context can be dangerous! Currently there are numerous public sources for your district’s financial information, and with the new School Level and ESSA reporting requirements there will soon be even more public information split up in different ways. This presentation will focus on strategies that the business official can use to explain what this financial information means to the public. The strategies suggested in the presentation can be utilized to aid in the annual budget process, to steer collective bargaining, develop long term financial plans, and help build credibility for the business official with the public, school board and Superintendent.
Presenter(s) Mike Los, State Aid Planning Specialist, Questar III BOCES
5B Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners: A Special Presentation for School Business Officials (ELL Information for SBOs - Part 1)
Description New York State has long been a bastion for immigrants arriving from around the world. In this workshop we will discuss current immigrant students in our school system and how we address the education needs of these students through instruction and available resources such as the Title III LEP allocation.
Presenter(s) Denise Gonez-Santos, Supervisor, Bilingual Education, Erie 1 BOCES
5C Google Apps for the District
Description More info coming soon!
Presenter(s) More info coming soon!
Session 6
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
6A Reserve Planning ★ 1 CPE
Description This session will provide practical advice on maintaining a reasonable fund balance plan to enhance long term financial stability. Implications on the tax cap and Moody’s ratings will be discussed. A discussion of how revenues and expenditures in general fund, as well as other funds may materially impact your fund balance projections. Current OSC findings and recommendations on fund balance and financial management will also be covered.
Presenter(s) Marianne Van Duyne, CPA, Managing Partner, R.S. Abrams & Co. LLP; Richard Cunningham, Assistant Superintendent, Plainview-Old Bethpage School District
6B Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners: A Special Presentation for School Business Officials (ELL Information for SBOs - Part 2)"
Description Continued from 5B.
Presenter(s) Denise Gonez-Santos, Supervisor, Bilingual Education, Erie 1 BOCES
6C Crisis Communications
Description Communicating about the school budget can get pretty sticky -- whether you're dealing with cuts, growing pains, or anything in between. This session will provide you with tips and tactics to make budget communications go more smoothly in your district.
Presenter(s) Libby Post, President & Strategist-In-Chief, Communication Services
Session 7
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
7A Complying with Federal and State Requirements for School Level Financial Reporting ★ 1.5 CPE
Description This panel will review two requirements for school level financial reporting for New York State school districts: (1) the school transparency budget reporting (Ed Law3614) and (2) ESSA requirements to report expenditures per pupil at the school level. Panelists will comment on areas where there were difficulties in reporting, best practices, frequently asked questions and answers that have been learned from complying with Education Law section 3614 and preparing for compliance with ESSA.
Presenter(s) Deborah Cunningham, Director of Education and Research, ASBO New York; Rubie Harris, Assistant Superintendent for Business & Finance, Grand Island CSD; Marco Zumbolo, Assistant Superintendent for Business and Operations, Broadalbin-Perth Central School District; Kimberly Lewis, District Director of Business & Finance, Schenectady City SD
7B Alternate Sources of Funding: Dos and Don'ts of Fund Raising ★ 1 CPE
Description An overview of the regulations and laws governing school fundraising as well as school business officials discussing examples of their districts fundraising initiatives.
Presenter(s) Neil T. Sanders, Assistant Superintendent for Business, Guilderland Central School District; Jamie Phillips, Assistant Superintendent for Business & Support Services, Lancaster CSD; Erin O'Grady-Parent, Esq., Guercio & Guercio, LLP
7C HR Hot Topics
Description "This presentation will provide you with essential updates and best practices to help you navigate through an ever-changing HR landscape."
Presenter(s) Ryan Mullahy, Partner, Girvin & Ferlazzo, P.C.
Keynote Luncheon
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Meal Keynote Luncheon: Let It Go, Just Let It Go
The stress reduction keynote titled Let It Go, Just Let It Go is both entertaining, yet informative. Recent surveys report more than half of our employees hate their jobs. The number one reason cited is the stress associated with today's?business?environment. Having spent twelve years as CFO and CEO of Hospitals, Kent Rader has experienced this stress first hand. This keynote program takes participants on a journey they won't want to end. It begins by showing participants the origins of stressful feelings and how humor is a proven tool in combating these feelings. Kent offers practical ways to include more humor in your life, along with stories that are guaranteed to make you laugh. If you need anything else, just let me know. Have a great week, take care, and always remember laughter matters.
Presented by Kent Rader
Trade Show
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Event Trade Show Opening / Ribbon Cutting
Trade Show
2:00 PM - 6:15 PM
Event Trade Show Open
Session 8
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
8A What SBOs Need to Know About PILOTs / IDAs ★ 1 CPE
Description An overview of how Industrial Development Agencies (IDA's) issue Payments In Lieu of Taxes (PILOTs) and how school districts can prepare for their impact on their tax base and caps.
Presenter(s) Katherine E. Gavett, Esq., Ferrara Fiorenza PC
8B Legal Update - Part 1
Description Kathy Ahearn, Counsel to ASBO, will provide the annual legal update, covering recent decisions from the courts, the Commissioner of Education, PERB, and hearing officers, together with a review of changes in statute and regulation.
Presenter(s) Kathy A. Ahearn, Partner, Guercio & Guercio
8C Retirement Participation & Enrollment
Description A panel discussion on the benefits to the Employer and the Participants on utilizing the districts supplemental savings plans and financial wellness programs.
Presenter(s) Robert McLean, President & CEO, US OMNI; Louise Lynch, Assistant Superintendent for Business, Goshen CSD
Session 9
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
9A Necessary Components of Emergency Planning
Description School districts have done a tremendous amount of work building school safety plans. One component that is critical and often not exercised is the reunification of students with parents and guardians. Reunification after critical incidents can become intense and chaotic. Successful planning for such events will require a multi-agency approach to support school district response and recovery. Pre- planning discussions with the school community and identified resources will be key to a successful student and parent reunification event.
Presenter(s) Craig Hansen, Director of Health & Safety, Questar III BOCES
9B Legal Update - Part 2
Description Continued from Part 1.
Presenter(s) Kathy A. Ahearn, Partner, Guercio & Guercio
9C Cyber Security
Description A discussion on cyber liability and how school districts can utilize best practices to control and maintain a safe and secure cyber environment. Topics include: cyber threats to schools, data breaches, cyber attacks, public school – risk characteristics, and necessary controls for limiting school district cyber liability, including computer system improvements and staff training.
Presenter(s) Mike Centrone, Educational Institutions Specialist and Brian D. Saville, Resident Senior Vice President, Utica National; Brett Carruthers, CSP, Director of Risk Management and Robert Blaisdell, Senior Risk Control Specialist, NYSIR; Andrew Dolan, Director of Stakeholder Engagement and Eugene Kipniss, Program Specialist, Center for Internet Security; and James Pompilio, VP of Security and Infrastructures, Garnet River
Trade Show
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM
Event Trade Show Reception
Sponsored by the New York Liquid Asset Fund (NYLAF)

For information on CPE / CTLE credits please download the 2019 Education Summit Preliminary Program.

Registration Desk Hours
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Breakfast
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Meal Tuesday Breakfast
Session 10
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
10A FMLA & Other Leaves of Absence ★ 1 CPE
Description Learn about the ins and outs of all types of leave in the school district setting, from improving attendance to avoiding costly litigation, and everything in between. This session will focus on common (and not so common) issues surrounding employee leaves of absence, from contractual leaves to leaves taken under the FMLA and the ADA. Particular focus will be given to avoiding liability and documenting and addressing leave abuse.
Presenter(s) Ryan Mullahy, Partner, Girvin & Ferlazzo, P.C.
10B Holistic Approaches to Student Well Being
Description Effective July, 2018 all New York schools are required to provide mental health instruction to K through 12 students as part of the school health curriculum. This presentation will discuss the legal and regulatory requirements associated with the new mandate and direct school to resources that will help them implement the requirements of the law successfully. The presenter will also provide a foundation for understanding why mental health literacy is so vital for addressing the mental health and well being of students and school staff alike.
Presenter(s) John Richter, MHANYS
10C Investing in a Rising Interest Rate Environment
Description This workshop is designed to educate participants on the current interest rate environment and how it effects the strategies, and benefits, of investing public funds.
Presenter(s) Representative from New York Liquid Asset Fund (NYLAF)
Session 11
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
11A Strengthening Data Privacy and Security in New York Educational Agencies – Discussion about Proposed Part 121.
Description A discussion on the proposed amendment to the regulations of the Commissioner of Education to add Part 121. Part 121’s goal is to implement Education Law §2-d and strengthen data privacy and security in school districts across the state.
Presenter(s) Temitope Akinyemi, Chief Privacy Officer, NYS Education Department
11B Best Practices in Transportation
Description This session will cover the importance of having a qualified transportation director lead your district’s student transportation. The transportation directors from Saratoga Schools and Jericho Schools will be joined by their school business officials to discuss best practices and the importance of a collaborative relationship especially on projects such as budget priorities, transportation bids, and RFPs.
Presenter(s) More info coming soon!
11C Tips and Tricks on How to Complete the Transparency Report
Description Please join us for an informative session on how to prepare and complete Transparency report. A panel of experienced business officials will share their “tips and tricks” on how to complete the form more efficiently. During the discussion business officials will discuss how they prepared the district’s chart of accounts to align with parts A and C of the transparency report. Forecast5 advisors will also show how an automated report programmed to sync with the district’s financial system is making the process more efficient.
Presenter(s) Mike Vespi, Senior Analytics Advisor, Forecast5 Analytics, Inc.; Brady Regan, Senior Analytics Advisor, Forecast5 Analytics, Inc.; Gregory Kern, Assistant Superintendent for Finance, Newburgh Enlarged City School District; Kim Vile, Business Administrator, Cortland CSD
Trade Show
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Event Trade Show Free Time
Awards Luncheon
11:45 PM - 1:30 PM
Event Awards Luncheon
Sponsored by: ECOsystem Energy Services
Dessert Social
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM
Event Expo Closing Dessert Social
Sponsored by: Capital One Bank
Session 12
2:45 PM - 4:00 PM
12A Economic Forecast "Good Vibrations" ★ 1 CPE
Description The US economy has recovered from the deep 2009 recession and is in a better position than any other recovery on record to continue to expand and sustain low unemployment levels. Despite the very favorable broad features of the economy’s performance and strong job market, two worries are attracting considerable attention. First, some worry about the potential for a new recession in the near future; what is the rationale behind these assertions. Second, behind the flattering picture of the US job market a growing divide has emerged in worker pay and the distribution of income. The discussion will focus on the role of innovation in this story and explore ways to help Americans share more broadly in the benefits of the digital revolution.
Presenter(s) James Glassman, Chase
12B Innovations in Shared Transportation Including Foster Care Transportation
Description This presentation will first focus on three different methodologies utilized by BOCES in New York State. Each are driven to achieve the benefits of shared transportation services, but also build and expand those services around a solid foundation that makes them sustainable. In addition, as part of the shared routing methodology that will be reviewed in depth, we will look at foster care transportation and its relationship to routing considerations. Providing an overview of the facts of foster care transportation, including the federal laws, state laws and guidance, will lead to discussion that will include agreements between the LEA and the LDSS and suggested formulas to calculate foster care expenses.
Presenter(s) Gregg Diefenbach, Deputy Director for Administrative Management Services, Capital Region BOCES, Nassau BOCES and Madison Onida BOCES; Rick Longhurst, Special Projects Administrator, Capital Region BOCES ; Frank Slawiak, Transportation Supervisor, Madison Oneida BOCES ; Lisa Rice, Transportation Director, ; Paul Overbaugh, NYS Director of Pupil Transportation, NYSED
12C Best Practices in Facilities
Description In this session you’ll learn how to develop a cohesive communication strategy for achieving district common goals for building infrastructure. Facility expenses comprise one of the largest expenditure areas next to personnel and benefits. Business officials will be given a footprint of issues facility directors are facing and how to assist in the most fiscally responsible manner. Regardless of whether you supervise this department or not it is still important to have an open and forthright relationship. The panel will provide insight from both perspectives on the importance of developing the relationship.
Presenter(s) Paul Rooney, Director of Facilities III / President of NYSFA, North Rockland School District; Peter Riggi, Director of Facilities, Schuylerville CSD
Session 13
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
13A Best Practices in School Nutrition (including Farm to Table) ★ 1 CPE
Description State Education will provide information pertaining to the State's 30 percent New York product initiative and procurement procedures for purchasing local foods.
Presenter(s) Scott Whittemore, CPA, Assistant Superintendent for Business, Queensbury Union Free School District; Paula Tyner-Doyle, State Director, Child Nutrition Programs, State Education department; Mark Bordeau, SNS, Senior Food Service Director, Broome Tioga BOCES
13B Vaping, Opiates & Street Drugs: What Every School Administrator Should Know
Description Come hear a panel discuss what every school administrator should know about dangerous drugs, addiction, and the impact on students and learning.
Presenter(s) Ron Agostinoni, Principal, Shenendehowa High School; Jeremiah Benoit, Medical Director & Practicing Physician, Blue Shield of NENY; Catherine Duncan, Director of Public Health, Early Intervention Official, Saratoga County Department of Health
13C Voluntary Benefits
Description Learn about the current trends for medical insurance, new voluntary benefits, gaps in the current product lines and the strategies being used to control district costs while engaging employees.
Presenter(s) More info coming soon!
Celebration Dinner
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Event Inaugural Celebration Dinner
Sponsored by: J.P. Morgan

For information on CPE / CTLE credits please download the 2019 Education Summit Preliminary Program.

Registration Desk Hours
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Breakfast
7:30 AM - 8:30 AM
Meal Wednesday Breakfast
Session 14
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
14A Maximizing State Aid - Is Your District Getting All it is Entitled To? ★ 1.5 CPE
Description Ever wonder if your district is getting all of the State Aid it is due? This session will provide a variety of techniques on maximizing your State Aid and receiving it as soon as possible. You will leave this session with either a list of new places to look or enhanced confidence that you are already maximizing your State Aid.
Presenter(s) Sarah Morrison, State Aid Planning Specialist, Questar III BOCES
14B Intergenerational Preferences in the District Business Office: Managing the Impact
Description All employees approach their work and responsibilities based on their own preferences and/or style. We accept that diversity in the workplace enriches our environment and frequently results in more productive problem-solving and solutions. However, there are times when generational differences have the potential to impede work flow or generate conflict and stress among co-workers. What is the Business Office leader to do?! This session is designed to explore these generational differences and how we can build acceptance for how we each approach our responsibilities while creating expectations and systems to ensure that we maximize office productivity.
Presenter(s) Dr. Deborah Shea, Program Coordinator/Assistant Professor, St. Rose Educational Leadership Programs, The College of Saint Rose; Chris Abdoo, Assistant Superintendent for Support Services, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake CSD
Session 15
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM
15A Negotiations ★ 1 CPE
Description An in depth analysis of the current trends school districts are seeing at the bargaining table, including salary increases, health insurance contribution, plan design changes, length and definition of instructional day, and transfer language.
Presenter(s) Rachel Risetto, Human Resource Manger, Hudson City School District
15B Don't Step in It: Avoiding Communication Pitfalls
Description Communicating about the school budget can get pretty sticky -- whether you're dealing with cuts, growing pains, or anything in between. This session will provide you with tips and tactics to make budget communications go more smoothly in your district.
Presenter(s) Skye Heritage, Director of Communications, Glens Falls City School District
Session 16
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
16A Pensions Update ★ 1 CPE
Description Retirement Systems update including employer contribution rates, funded status, and plan demographic information.
Presenter(s) Richard Young, Actuary, New York State Teachers Retirement System; Heather Marks, FSA, EA, Supervising Actuary, NYS & Local Retirement System
16B Leadership and the Five Dysfunctions of Team
Description The group will work together to discuss some common obstacles to high functioning workplace teams, the impact of those obstacles, and some key strategies on how to overcome those obstacles in the future. The workshop will be highly interactive encouraging the participants to help one another work together.
Presenter(s) Sarah Rudgers-Tysz, Executive Director, Mediation Matters

The Expo

The Expo

During the Education Summit & Expo, be sure to visit the over 140 exhibitors to learn more about the products and services available to New York State school districts. The trade show will be open on Monday, June 3 and Tuesday, June 4.

The trade show officially begins on Monday at 2:00 p.m. with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Take advantage of programming downtime to visit our exhibitors.

Exhibit Hours:

  • Monday 2:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.
  • Tuesday 9:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Sunday, June 2

An Evening at Prime at Saratoga National

6:30 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Start your Education Summit experience at Prime, a rustic yet elegant venue located at the award-winning Saratoga National golf course. Enjoy the best of Prime’s chef-driven cuisine and selection of handcrafted beverages while mixing and mingling with school business officials from across the state. Back by popular demand, ASBO’s official DJ, Mike Reilly, will keep the party going with a dance floor and photo booth. Attendees can also enjoy an indoor-outdoor setting on the Ballroom balcony with panoramic views of the golf course and Owl Pond, and for those who don’t want to call it a night, fire pits will be available later in the evening (weather permitting).

Thank you to US Omni for their sponsorship of the evening's reception and entertainment.

Magic with Steven Brundage

Magician Steven Brundage will join us for the evening, to mingle and entertain guests with his incredible Rubik's cube solving skills and walk-around magic. Perhaps most famous for his appearance on the 2016 season of America’s Got Talent, Steven's unique and adaptive act is the embodiment of modern magic — hilarious, shocking and full of new and original tricks that you will not see anywhere else. In addition to America’s Got Talent, Steven has appeared on numerous TV shows including Penn and Teller’s Fool Us, The Steve Harvey Show, and NBC's The Today Show.

Dancing & Photo Booth with DJ Mike Reilly

Back by popular demand, ASBO’s official DJ, Mike Reilly, will keep the party going with a dance floor and photo booth.

Monday, June 3

Keynote Luncheon: Let It Go, Just Let It Go

Presented by Kent Rader

The stress reduction keynote titled Let It Go, Just Let It Go is both entertaining, yet informative. Recent surveys report more than half of our employees hate their jobs. The number one reason cited is the stress associated with today's business environment. Having spent twelve years as CFO and CEO of Hospitals, Kent Rader has experienced this stress first hand. This keynote program takes participants on a journey they won't want to end. It begins by showing participants the origins of stressful feelings and how humor is a proven tool in combating these feelings. Kent offers practical ways to include more humor in your life, along with stories that are guaranteed to make you laugh. If you need anything else, just let me know. Have a great week, take care, and always remember laughter matters.

About Kent: Known as the "World's Cleanest Comedian and Speaker," Kent Rader helps people and associations learn and experience how laughter matters in reducing stress and building quality organizations. Kent graduated from William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri with a B.S. in Accounting. He survived five years in public accounting and twelve years as C.F.O. and C.E.O. of hospitals before becoming a professional speaker in 1997. Kent has authored the stress reduction book titled Let It Go, Just Let It Go and co-stars with Jan McInnis in the Baby Boomer Comedy Show, Clean Comedy for People Born Before Seat Belts, Safety Helmets, and Facebook. He has been heard on NPR's Talk of the Nation, Sirius Satellite radio. Kent is the winner of the Branson Comedy Festival and has been seen on Comcast's comedy show, Who's Laughing Now. His clean, stand-up comedy DVD-CD titled Kent Rader: The Grand Wizard of Comedy was released on August 11, 2014.

Thank you to Utica National for their sponsorship of this keynote luncheon.

Expo Opening & Ribbon Cutting with Coffee & Dessert Social in Exhibit Hall

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Kick off the Expo with the Board of Directors as the President cuts the ribbon, officially opening the exhibit hall with coffee and dessert on the trade show floor.

Trade Show Reception

5:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Join us for a happy hour in the Expo hall on Monday to cap off the day. During this time only, the exhibitors will be distributing special scratch off tickets to attendees for chances to win fun prizes! Mix and mingle before hitting the town for youropen night in Saratoga. All are welcome!

Thank you to New York Liquid Asset Fund (NYLAF) for their sponsorship of this evening's reception.

Tuesday, June 4

Awards Luncheon

11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Awards and scholarships will be presented at this lunch. Come and support the recipients of these awards as ASBO acknowledges their achievements. SBO Academy graduates will also be recognized.

Coffee and Dessert Social in Exhibit Hall & Expo Finale

1:45 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.

Following lunch on Tuesday, join your fellow conference attendees in the Exhibit Hall for a great networking opportunity with coffee and dessert.

Sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Capital One.

Inaugural Celebration Dinner at the Hall of Springs

7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

Join us in the beautiful and historic Hall of Springs as we enjoy a final evening together to celebrate the induction of ASBO’s incoming Board of Directors. New for this year, attendees can expect a more laid-back event set against the formal backdrop of the Hall of Springs. The evening will include a playful menu and memorable entertainment, sure to have something for everyone. You won’t want to miss it!

Thank you to J.P. Morgan for their sponsorship of this evening's reception and entertainment.

ImaginAerial Performers

ImaginAerial is a group of professional aerialists and cirque-style artists who have come together with the express purpose of creating the most innovative, spectacular entertainment on the planet. Performing to international acclaim and sold-out audiences around the world, their dynamic style and distinctive acrobatics in the air and on the ground have made ImaginAerial one of the most sought after companies of its kind. ImaginAerial will wow guests with ambient performances during cocktail hour and a special dinner performance.

Cocktail Hour with Chris Dollard

Chris Dollard is a singer/songwriter and pianist living in the upstate New York area. He works with numerous bands, musicians, and singers throughout the country. Primarily a pop and rock player in the early years, Chris discovered jazz music later on and has since been on a musical journey that has allowed him to play with many of the top talents in the business. Mix and mingle while enjoying Chris' jazz stylings during cocktail hour.

Music & Dancing with Funk Evolution

Funk Evolution was developed in early 2010 to be the next generation of horn fueled party band in New York's Capital Region. The eight members of Funk Evolution come from various musical backgrounds; Pop, Rock, Funk, Blues, Gospel, Soul, R&B, Jazz & Fusion. This unique mix of musical stylings and experience lends an equally unique sound, and energy, that makes Funk Evolution the region's top party band. The members of Funk Evolution have performed thousands of shows throughout the US and beyond; supporting numerous national and international artists; on national television; and at some of the world’s most legendary venues.

Additional Features

Rest and Recharge Room

Sunday - Wednesday

Stop by this convenient charging station, where you can refresh yourself and your devices. Sit and catch your breath while plugging in your phone or tablet or laptop (or all three!). ASBO set up the power center to better serve our busy members and business partners.

Monday Breakfast
Freshly brewed coffees and selection of fine teas, Florida orange and cranberry juices, seasonal fresh fruit and berries, whole bananas, greek and fruit yogurts, house baked Bridor pastries, croissants and mini scones - whipped butter and fruit preserves, Kashi and Kellogg cereals, fluffy cage free scrambled eggs with fresh herbs, bacon, roasted breakfast potatoes, steel cut Irish oatmeal with golden raisins, honey, nuts, raisins, brown sugar, milk.
Keynote Luncheon (Monday)
Tossed Garden Salad- romaine- tomato- cucumberred wine vinaigrette, creamy coleslaw, smoked bacon red potato salad with dill and whole grain mustard, dry rubbed custom spcie mix BBQ beef brisket with Vermont maple BBQ sauce, herb marinated bone in chicken with guava BBQ, trio of vegetarian baked beans.
Tuesday Breakfast
Freshly brewed coffees and selection of fine teas, Florida orange and cranberry juices, seasonal fresh fruit and berries, whole bananas, greek and fruit yogurts, house baked Bridor pastries, croissants and mini scones - whipped butter and fruit preserves, Kashi and Kellogg cereals, fluffy cage free scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese, sausage, hash browns, steel cut Irish oatmeal with golden raisins, honey, nuts, raisins, brown sugar, milk.
Awards Luncheon (Tuesday)
Romaine And Fennel Salad with orange, pistachio, citrus vinaigrette, penne with garlic, extra virgin olive oil, arugula, white beans, vegan Italian sausage, reggiano parmesan, pan seared chicken, prosciutto, sun-dried tomatoes herbs-sherry cream, grilled flank steak with wild mushroom, chianti reduction, roasted new potato and sautéed seasonal vegetable.
Wednesday Breakfast
Freshly brewed coffees and selection of fine teas, Florida orange and cranberry juices, seasonal fresh fruit and berries, whole bananas, greek and fruit yogurts, house baked Bridor pastries, croissants and mini scones - whipped butter and fruit preserves, Kashi and Kellogg cereals, fluffy cage free scrambled eggs with peppers and onions, bacon, smoked paprika skillet potatoes, steel cut Irish oatmeal with golden raisins, honey, nuts, raisins, brown sugar, milk.

Housing

ASBO New York has secured room blocks at the following hotels for the 2019 Education Summit & Expo. Reservations for housing should be made directly by the individual with the hotel of choice. Please note that there is a three night minimum reservation required for the Saratoga Hilton (Headquarters Hotel) and a two night minimum at the other hotels. Reservations for The Saratoga Hilton can only be made on-line at the website shown below. Taxes will be removed upon receipt of your tax exempt form by the hotel. Bookings for all other hotels may be called in using the group codes shown or made on-line where websites are listed.

Purchase Orders are accepted and must be received by the hotel 14 days prior to check-in. If booking online, a credit card will be needed to hold the reservation. Purchase orders will cover room charge. Guests will be responsible for incidentals. Reservations will be tax exempt if the proper paperwork provided at check-in.

SOLD OUT The Saratoga Hilton (Conference Headquarters Hotel / 3 night minimum)
534 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Single: $186 / Double: $196
Reservation cut-off: May 1, 2019
Friday & Saturday nights available for SBO Academy participants

Courtyard by Marriott (2 night minimum)
11 Excelsior Avenue, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Single/Double: $186
Reservation cut-off: May 2, 2019
Group Code: NYASBO Education Summit & Expo
Friday & Saturday nights available for SBO Academy participants
or by phone: 866-210-9325

SOLD OUT Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown (2 night minimum)
25 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Single: $179 / Double: $189
Reservation cut-off: May 1, 2019
Group Code: ASB
Includes Complimentary Hot/Cold Breakfast and On-Site Self Parking in Garage

Embassy Suites (2 night minimum)
86 Congress Street, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Single: $184 / Double: $194
Reservation cut-off: May 14, 2019
Group Code: SB4
or by phone: 518-290-9090

Hilton Garden Inn
125 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Single/Double: $165
Reservation cut-off: May 2, 2019
Group Code: NYSASB
or by phone: 518-587-1500, 877-782-9444

Homewood Suites by Hilton Saratoga
3368 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, New York 12866
Single/Double: Sunday-Wednesday $179 / Saturday $199
Reservation cut-off: April 30, 2019
Group Code: ASB
or by phone: 518-580-1500


SBO Academy Housing

For participants also attending the Education Summit & Expo:

The Saratoga Hilton 
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS ONLY (Hilton is sold out for remainder of Education Summit)
534 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Single: $186 / Double: $196
Reservation cut-off: May 1, 2019

 

Courtyard by Marriott (2 night minimum - Available for Friday through Wednesday)
11 Excelsior Avenue, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Single/Double: $186
Reservation cut-off: May 2, 2019
Group Code: NYASBO Education Summit & Expo

 or by phone: 866-210-9325

Exhibitors / Sponsors for the 2019 Ed Summit & Expo, please visit our Exhibitor / Sponsor details page for important information about the conference.

Sponsors

We'd like to thank our sponsors for their contributions.

Titanium
AXA
D'Arcangelo & Co., LLP
FINANCE MANAGER
Forecast5 Analytics, Inc.
Management Advisory Group
Mutual, Inc.
MySchoolBucks-Heartland
New York Liquid Asset Fund (NYLAF)
New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal
NYBEST Agency
NYCLASS
Pupil Benefits Plan, Inc.
U.S. Employee Benefits Services Group
US OMNI
Utica National Insurance Group

 

Platinum

A.W. Farrell & Son, Inc. • Arris Contracting Company, Inc. • Bold Systems, LLC • C&S Companies • Dude Solutions • Hillyard-New York • J.J. Stanis & Company • Leonard Bus Sales, Inc. • Mosaic Associates Architects • PKF O'Connor Davies, LLP • Presentation Systems Inc. • VALIC • WinCap-Harris Computer Solutions

Special Events, Favors, Scholarships, Awards
Philip B. Fredenburg Memorial Award for Outstanding Service
New York Liquid Asset Fund (NYLAF)
Gregory E. Carlson Outstanding SBO of the Year Award
J.J. Stanis & Company
Name Badge & Lanyard Sponsor
Pupil Benefits Plan, Inc.
Monday Luncheon KeyNote Speaker
Utica National Insurance Group
Tuesday Awards Luncheon
ECOsystem Energy Services
Tuesday Evening Event
J.P. Morgan
Outstanding Superintendent of the Year
Valley National Bank
George A. Perry Volunteer Award
New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal
Sunday Evening Event Sponsor
US OMNI
New SBO Leader of the Year Award
The Segal Company (Eastern States), Inc.
Dessert Social - Exhibit Area Monday & Tuesday
Capital One Bank
Outstanding School Board Member of the Year Award
R.S Abrams & Company LLP
Rest and Recharge Room
Mach Architecture, P.C.

Trade Show Reception
New York Liquid Asset Fund (NYLAF)
Gold

Allovue • Ameresco Inc. • American Recreational Products • Andrews Technology HMS, Inc • Auctions International • Bay Oaks Group, Inc. • BBS Architects, Landscape Architects & Engineers, PC • Bernard P. Donegan, Inc. • Bouchey & Clarke Benefits, Inc. • Brightcore Energy • Brown & Brown of New York • Campus Construction Management Group Inc. • Capital Markets Advisors, LLC • Capital Region BOCES • Choice Plans, Inc. • Con Edison Solutions • Core BTS, Inc. • Corporate Synergies • CPL • CSArch • Delta Engineers, Architects, & Land Surveyors • DGA Builders, LLC • Eastern Managed Print Network "A Xerox Company" • ECC Technologies • Energy Systems Group • ENV Insurance Agency • Evans • Excellus BlueCross BlueShield • Fiscal Advisors & Marketing Inc. • Flushing Bank • Glens Falls National Bank & Trust Company • Guercio & Guercio, LLP • Hawkins Delafield & Wood, LLP • Haylor, Freyer & Coon Inc. • Highland Associates • Hodgson Russ LLP  Honeywell Building Solutions • Insero & Co., CPAs LLP • J.C. Broderick & Associates, Inc. • John W. Danforth Company • KBM Management • Keystone Purchasing Network • Locey & Cahill, LLC • M&T Bank • Metropolitan Commercial Bank • Michael Shilale Architects, LLP • Municipal Solutions, Inc. • Munistat Services Inc. • Nagle Athletic Surfaces, Inc. • Nawrocki Smith LLP • NBT Bank, NA • New York Power Authority • Norcom Solutions • NTS Data Services, LLC • NuEnergen LLC • NYS Deferred Compensation Plan • NYSERDA • OMNIA Partners • People's United Bank, N.A. • PERMA • PowerSchool • ProAct, Inc. • PublicSchoolWORKS • R.G. Timbs, Inc. • R.S Abrams & Company LLP • Rentacrate Enterprises, LLC • RENU Restoration and Contracting • REVplans • School Outfitters • SEI Design Group • Sterling National Bank • Sunrise Power Solutions • Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers • The Legend Group • The Satellite.biz • The Thomas Team • Turner Construction Company • UnitedHealthcare Retiree Solutions • Valley National Bank • Vargas Associates • Webster Bank • Young + Wright Architectural

Silver

A.T. Equipment Sales Inc. • AMETEK Electronic Systems Protection • Austin & Co., Inc. • CAS/Carlisle & Soprema Roofing Systems • Canon Solutions America, Inc. • ConvergeOne • DecisionInsite • Dignum & Bame Insurance • Dime Community Bank • Empire National Bank • HealthEquity Inc. • Hertz Furniture • Kinney Management Services, LLC • Marvin and Company, P.C. • Municipal Leasing Consultants • New York Bus Sales, LLC • NORESCO • PCSB Bank • PEPPM • PMA Management Corporation • School Aid Specialists • Strauss Paper Company • SWBR Architects • Technical Building Services, Inc. • The Difference Card • The ECG Group • Trane • Tyler Technologies • Wendel • Young Equipment Solutions, Inc.

There are more sponsorship opportunities available!
Please contact Debbie Eberlie at (518) 434-2281 or debbie@asbonewyork.org if you are interested.


Exhibitor Booths

#
Company
1
Hillyard-New York
2
NYCLASS
3
Forecast5 Analytics, Inc.
4
New York Liquid Asset Fund (NYLAF)
5
D'Arcangelo & Co., LLP
6
J.J. Stanis & Company
7
Pupil Benefits Plan, Inc.
8
Pupil Benefits Plan, Inc.
9
ECC Technologies
10
Trane
11
The ECG Group
12
Management Advisory Group
13
The Thomas Team
14
SEI Design Group
15
Marvin and Company, P.C.
16
Hertz Furniture
17
Haylor, Freyer & Coon Inc.
18
Bold Systems, LLC
19
Utica National Insurance Group
20
New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal
21
New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal
22
Municipal Solutions, Inc.
23
Presentation Systems Inc.
24
AXA
25
Mosaic Associates Architects
26
Bernard P. Donegan, Inc.
27
Hunt Engineers, Architects & Land Surveyors
28
PowerSchool
29
Industrial Appraisal Company
30
BCA Architects & Engineers
31
Flushing Bank
32
PublicSchoolWORKS
33
John W. Danforth Company
34
Keystone Purchasing Network
35
PEPPM
36
Rel Comm Inc.
37
Auctions International
38
Core BTS, Inc.
39
Tremco
40
Cascade School Supplies Inc.
41
DecisionInsite
42
WinCap-Harris Computer Solutions
43
WinCap-Harris Computer Solutions
44
Nagle Athletic Surfaces, Inc.
45
Kurtz Bros.
46
Day Automation
47
Comp Alliance
48
PMA Management Corporation
49
Andrews Technology HMS, Inc
50
Metropolitan Commercial Bank
51
FrontEdge Inc.
52
Musco Sports Lighting
53
New England Systems & Software, Inc.
54
Benefit Resource Inc.
55
PERMA
56
U.S. Employee Benefits Services Group
57
Young Equipment Solutions, Inc.
58
NORESCO
59
Security Benefit
60
Image Integrator, LLC
61
TD Bank, NA
62
Arris Contracting Company, Inc.
63
Arris Contracting Company, Inc.
64
US OMNI
65
US OMNI
66
FINANCE MANAGER
67
FINANCE MANAGER
68
FINANCE MANAGER
69
Municipal Leasing Consultants
70
Brown & Brown of New York
71
E.A. Morse & Co., Inc.
72
Bryant Asset Protection, Inc.
73
Appel Osborne Landscape Architecture
74
Benetech
75
The Legend Group
76
CSArch
#
Company
77
Gordian
78
Toshiba Business Solutions
79
The Segal Company (Eastern States), Inc.
80
ClearGov
81
Rentacrate Enterprises, LLC
82
Eastern Managed Print Network "A Xerox Company"
83
Technical Building Services, Inc.
84
Scarsdale Security Systems Inc.
85
Questar III
86
Municipal Electric and Gas Alliance
87
Honeywell Building Solutions
88
R.G. Timbs, Inc.
89
ConvergeOne
90
AssetWorks, LLC
91
Amsure
92
HealthEquity Inc.
93
Vargas Associates
94
Leonard Bus Sales, Inc.
95
Leonard Bus Sales, Inc.
96
MasterLibrary™ Software
97
Archi-Technology LLC
98
New York Bus Sales, LLC
99
Con Edison Solutions
100
School Outfitters
101
Wendel
102
Moody's Investors Service
103
KEVGROUP, Inc.
104
Super Seal Sealcoating Company, LLC
105
School Aid Specialists
106
Kinney Management Services, LLC
107
Eisenbach & Ruhnke Engineering PC
108
CBIZ Valuation Group LLC
109
Registration Gateway by SRC Solutions
110
Ulster Insurance Services, Inc.
111
Tyler Technologies
112
A.T. Equipment Sales Inc.
113
Strauss Paper Company
114
Austin & Co., Inc.
115
Factory Direct Bus Sales
116
Bird Bus Sales
117
U.W. Marx Construction
118
Usherwood Office Technology
119
Usherwood Office Technology
120
Capital Region BOCES
121
C&S Companies
122
Sound Actuarial Consulting, LLC
123
The Difference Card
124
Absolute Auctions & Reality, Inc.
125
VIRCO Inc.
126
CAS/Carlisle & Soprema Roofing Systems
127
LaBella Associates
128
New York Power Authority
129
Energy Systems Group
130
ENV Insurance Agency
131
NTS Data Services, LLC
132
Bouchey & Clarke Benefits, Inc.
133
The Satellite.biz
134
OMNIA Partners
135
MySchoolBucks-Heartland
136
VALIC
137
CPL
138
NuEnergen LLC
139
Dude Solutions
140
Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers
141
ProAct, Inc.
142
Turner Construction Company
143
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
144
Capital Markets Advisors, LLC
145
Ameresco Inc.
146
NYBEST Agency
147
Mutual, Inc.
148
Munistat Services Inc.
149
KBM Management
150
Fiscal Advisors & Marketing Inc.
151
Locey & Cahill, LLC
152
Choice Plans, Inc.

Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy: All cancellations of conference registrations must be made in writing and received in the ASBO office by May 15 for a full refund minus a $50.00 administration fee. Cancellations received May 16 or after WILL NOT be refunded. Payment will be required on any outstanding invoices.

Disclaimer
By registering for the 2019 Education Summit & Expo, you give ASBO the right to publish and distribute photos and/or videos taken of you during the conference, at the conference center, travel to and from off-site conference events and during these events.