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Middle GA RESA Human Resource Officers

Job Alike Meeting Dates for 2018-2019
1:30 - 3:45 p.m. at Central GA Tech in Macon,
Bldg. I (back of the campus), Quad B on the 2nd floor

September 19, 2018

"All About Records" - What to Keep, How Long to Keep Them, Open Records Requests and other tidbits - Doug Rollo - Georgia Archives & Randy Howard - Bibb County Schools In-House Attorney

October 17, 2018

"Facts & Figures in Regards to TRS" - Buster Evans, Executive Director for the Teacher’s Retirement System

December 12, 2018

"Doing Job Fairs Differently & New Options with Student Teachers" - A panel comprised of Clark Maggart - Paulding, Michele McInnish - Marietta City, Marsha Francis - Fulton, and Christi Teal - Carroll (11:30 a.m. - 1:45 p.m. Holiday Lunch & Learn)

February 27, 2019

A Day with the PSC -"Kelly and his Crew" - (9 am - 1 pm)

Spring Talent Recruitment Fairs

Middle Ga RESA - February 23rd - Westside High - Macon (10 am - 1 pm)

Bibb - March 2nd

Houston - March 2nd

Metro RESA - Saturday, March 9th (10 am - 2 pm)

April 17, 2019

Supporting New Teachers & New Leaders - A panel comprised of Kathy Reese - GaDOE, Sharon Moore, Houston, Brenda Shaw - Savannah-Chatham, Nancy Strawbridge - Newton

June 20, 2019

End of Year Luncheon & Planning session for 2019-20 (11:30 am - 1:00 pm)





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2018 GAEL Fall Legal Issues Conference

presented by Harben, Hartley & Hawkins, LLP featuring Phillip Hartley

November 5-7, 2018

NOTE: This is the ONLY Legal Issues Conference this school year!

The Georgia Center's UGA Hotel and Conference Center

Lodging: Call 800-884-1381 or www.UGAHotel.com

Conference prices: $190.00 - $525.00

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2018-19 GAEL Aspiring Principals' Program

The Georgia Association of Educational Leaders (GAEL) has developed a program for assistant principals to help them address the multitude of roles and responsibilities expected of building-level leaders today. The GAEL Aspiring Principals Program is designed for individuals who a) desire to become a building level principal or b) are moving from one school level to another (middle school to high school, etc.) and have no experience as an assistant principal at the new school level.

Spanning a school year, program content focuses on the development of the knowledge and skills necessary for success as an assistant principal. Particular emphasis is placed the following areas: utilization of available physical and fiscal resources; use of personal time and effort; school operation using established legal and ethical principles; internal and external communications strategies and practices; financial procedures and controls; instructional supervision; student discipline; special education; and personnel practices.

Program presenters include school leaders in Georgia public schools and individuals with demonstrated knowledge and experience in their content area. All presentations and activities focus on practical applications of the content at the building level.

Participants are expected to attend five meetings. Three are associated with regularly scheduled conferences: a) principals' organization Fall Conferences scheduled in November, b) Winter GAEL in January and c) Summer GAEL in July. The first program meeting will be on September 25 at the Regan Center in Houston County.

The cost for participants who are current GAEL and affiliate (GAESP, GAMSP or GASSP) members is $600. Participants who are not current members will be charged $800 which includes GAEL and one affiliate membership. Participants are responsible for travel costs associated with attending program meetings.

Additional program information and on-line registration.

Please send questions to Hal Beaver, Executive Director of GAESP at 706-250-4805 or via email at hbeaver@gael.org or Don Splinter at 404-307-9704 or via email at dsplinter@gael.org.




Boot Camp in Savannah, GA

Take charge of your career, increase your knowledge, and gain the respect of your peers and superiors with career enhancing professional development. AASPA Personnel Administrator Boot Camp is an engaging learning experience and will help you ignite your passion for human resources.

Our most popular regional meeting, this two-day workshop offers a variety of essential topics for all HR administrators. Breakouts follow two strands of topics - one for the basic HR professional and another for the more advance administrator. Topics include recruitment, HR legislation, hiring, employee evaluation, employee discipline and more!

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