December 2022 Wisconsin School News
This month’s cover story highlights the 2022 Business Honor Roll nominations. Each year, the WASB invites school boards to nominate local businesses to be recognized for their efforts to support public education. We’re proud to share just a few of these stories. The complete 2022 Business Honor Roll list is available here.
The December issue also features excerpts from books written by two 2023 State Education Convention keynote speakers. Resilience expert Courtney Clark shares how to navigate the detours on the path to your goal, while communication expert Sarita Maybin shares how to pull rank when you have no rank to pull. This issue also features articles about the latest building design movement putting an emphasis on occupant well-being and how to develop a clear roadmap to realize your school district’s purpose with strategic planning.
View the complete issue two ways: a PDF (scroll through pages from top to bottom) or on the web (flip through pages one at a time by clicking arrows on the right and left).
2022 WASB Business Honor Roll
Sierra Linton, WASB
The Power of Resilience
Courtney Clark, 2023 State Education Convention Keynote Speaker
You’re Not the Boss of Me
Sarita Maybin, 2023 State Education Convention Keynote Speaker
Well, Well, Well!
Jody Andres and Kurt Peeters, Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc.
Strategic Planning Demystified
Fran Finco, Ed.D., WASB
Departments and Columns
From Many Voices, One Vision
From the President
Making the Most of Our Board ‘Dash’
What Does the Election Mean for Public Schools?
Dan Rossmiller and Chris Kulow
WASB Directors Elected to 3-Year Terms, Level 5 WASB Member Recognition,
Upcoming Online Workshops and Webinars
Frequently Asked Questions About School District Community Foundations