CASB 2020 Virtual Delegate Assembly

Friday, October 30, 2020, from 2:00 - 5:00 p.m.

 Due to COVID-19, CASB will be holding the 2020 Delegate Assembly as a virtual event. Delegates should register below. Delegates will be required to participate in a practice session prior to the Delegate Assembly — details will be provided closer to the Delegate Assembly. The cost to attend is $25.
CASB members who are not Delegates and wish to view the Delegate Assembly will have access to view the Assembly on the CASB website. To update your Delegate with CASB, please email [email protected] by Monday, October 5, 2020. A hard copy of the Resolution Booklet will not be mailed out this year. View or download the 2020 Proposed Resolutions by clicking on the button below.

Delegate-only Registration
Information for Non-Delegates
View / Download 2020 Proposed Resolutions
(member-only resource requires login)

Delegates

The Delegate Assembly is the foundation of CASB’s governance structure and provides critical direction to CASB when it represents members’ interests before state and national policymakers.

Each CASB member school district has the opportunity to send a voting Delegate to the annual Delegate Assembly.  It does not matter if your school district has 150 students or 30,000 students: each delegate vote counts the same. To update your Delegate with CASB, please email [email protected] by Monday, October 5, 2020.

Importance of Delegate Assembly
What is a Delegate?

Non-delegates

The Delegate Assembly will be open to all CASB members via a live-stream. Details for watching the Assembly will be made available prior to the event.

Our members play a critical role in advocacy and helping determine CASB’s legislative platform and priorities. Each summer, we issue a Call for Resolutions request to every member school board as an opportunity to provide input on public education issues for the next legislative session. CASB compiles the proposed resolutions, prepares research data and distributes the information to the Legislative Resolutions Committee below, which reviews resolutions and makes recommendations to the CASB Delegate Assembly. Additionally, the committee reviews legislative proposals, discusses issues and advises CASB staff of the issues school board members would like brought to the attention of the General Assembly.

Call for Resolutions is Closed

Resolutions Guidance Document
View 2019 Resolutions