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IASBO Annual Meeting

Monday, April 16, 2018  
Registration for the Indiana ASBO Annual Meeting continues to be open.  Please go to the IASBO website to register for the Annual Meeting.  The registration fee for the Annual Meeting includes two breakfasts, two lunches and the Awards Banquet.  Regarding the Annual Meeting program, the registration fee includes Bob Ash as the keynote speaker, over 190 booths in the exhibit hall, four Treasurer/Deputy Treasurer Round Tables, and 35 clinic sessions.   Further, there will be four Pre-Conference Workshops and four Certification Program Courses presented for an additional fee. The full agenda can be viewed on the IASBO website.

Indiana ASBO will be presenting the following professional development opportunities in the next few days:

 April 19 – Extracurricular Accounting Seminar; Primo Banquet & Conference Center, Indianapolis
 April 23 – Two Certification Program Courses: Fund Accounting/Budget Cycle/Audits (A110) and Information Reporting & Data Analysis (A111); Primo Banquet & Conference Center, Indianapolis

Please to go the IASBO website to register for these programs.

IASBO and IAPSS were pleased to present ten regional workshops the past few weeks regarding the implementation of HEA 1009.  We appreciate greatly the partnership we had with the Department of Local Government Finance and the State Board of Accounts on the workshops.  Specifically, we would like to thank the following companies for being sponsors of the workshops:

Ice Miller
Lancer + Beebe
Horace Mann
Administrator Assistance
Boyce Forms/Komputrol
Forecast5 Analytics
Software Systems

Position:       Supervisor of Accounting, Audits, and Investments
Corporation: Elkhart Community Schools

This position ensures compliance with the Rules and Regulations promulgated by the Indiana State Board of Accounts, the Internal Revenue Service, and other applicable State and Federal Laws. The Supervisor of Accounting, Audits, and Investments oversees accounting activities of federal grants, oversees 401a, 403b, and VEBA Plans, oversees extra-curricular accounting activities district wide, and serves as the Elkhart Community Schools (ECS) point person for internal controls.
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Position:       Assistant Superintendent
Corporation: New Castle Community School Corporation

QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Master’s degree in education with a Superintendent License preferred. 2. Extensive work experience as an administrator in increasingly responsible leadership positions in the field of education. 3. Experience as Principal or similar leadership positions. 4. Sound understanding of school law. 5. Ability to function independently as a decision-maker within the guidelines established by the School Board and Superintendent. 6. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

Essential Functions: 1. Assists the Superintendent in all activities designated by the Superintendent and performs duties in the absence of the Superintendent. 2. Directs and supervises Principals and Directors in meeting academic goals and all priorities of the School Board. 3. Establishes and maintains effective measurement systems for tracking academic and organizational performance and progress toward goals. 4. Provides oversight to all corporation priorities and projects that assist in achieving the Board’s strategic plans and goals. 5. Assesses the organizational infrastructure of the Corporation (i.e., staffing needs, reporting structures, administrative systems and procedures, and programmatic assessment) and makes substantive recommendations for; and initiates change where necessary. 6. Oversees the following departments: Transportation, Maintenance, Food Service, Technology 7. Responsible for: • Security, safety and compliance • School Safety Specialist certification process • Evaluating road conditions for weather closings and delays • Coordinate corporation textbook adoptions • Capital Projects • Corporation Bond Acquisitions • Before and after school programming • Summer School and Summer Learning Opportunities • Cenergistic Energy Savings Program • Special projects and programs (Tru Harbor, 21st CCLC afterschool grant, etc.)

Application Materials Should Include: Letter of interest; Resume; 3 Letters of Recommendation

Forward application materials to: Jena Schmidt, HB Specialist, New Castle Community School Corporations, 322 Elliott Avenue, New Castle, IN 47362; 765-521-7201; fax 765-521-7268;

Position:       Assistant Principal, Child’s Elementary School
Corporation: Monroe County Community School Corporation

CONTRACT TERMS: 195 contractual days per school year    Start date: July 30, 2018
SALARY: Salary commensurate with qualifications & experience
Fringe benefit package
Board of School Trustees pays the 3% teacher retirement

APPLICATION:  Complete online application at 
CONTACT:  Dr. Andrea Mobley, Assistant Superintendent, 315 North Drive, Bloomington, IN 47401, (812) 330-7700

TIMELINE:                   April 26, 2018                     Deadline