- Cost: $75-$125
- Register/RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lapcs-bottom-line-training-school-growth-sustainability-winter-2019-tickets-54557963337
School Growth and Sustainability Workshop
Please join us in Baton Rouge on February 7-8 for our first Bottom Line professional development event of 2019. Through this 2-day, 4-part workshop we will help your school’s team breakthrough the 4 main factors needed to support your school’s growth and sustainability: Management, Finances, Student Relationships, and External Relationships.
LAPCS staff and a variety of local and national experts will provide you with the tools your school needs to support high-quality staffing and organizational health, as well as help you recognize the blind spots that hinder your success.
Many thanks to the following experts who will be present during this program:
- Dr. Anane Olatunji of Align Education
- The Law Firm of Taylor Porter
- Charter School Fundraising and Development Expert, Pam Stewart
Charter School Board Members and Leadership Teams are encouraged to attend.
Thursday, February 7
- Managing Managers
- Effective Hiring – What You Can and Cannot Ask
- Staff & Board Evaluations
- Practical Succession Planning
- Finance Team Roles & Responsibilities
- Lessons Learned from Charter School Audits
- Fundraising Basics and Best Practices
- Creating a student-centered framework for teaching and learning
- Learning how to build better relationships with students to enhance their engagement and achievement.
- Cultivating supportive relationships with your school’s parents, elected officials, and other community stakeholders
Bottom Line Info
The Bottom Line is a program of LAPCS that offers charter school staff, school leaders, and board members professional development in the areas of legal compliance, human resources, finance, and general operations. By partnering with a variety of local and national experts as program hosts, the Bottom Line seeks to keep charter schools well informed of current hot topics and long-standing best practices through a series of year-round in-person events, webinars, and memo updates.