2019 NYSSBA Resolution Kit
April 16, 2019
Dear NYSSBA Member:
Below you will find a link to NYSSBA's 2019 Resolution Kit. This kit includes key dates and other important information about NYSSBA's resolutions process.
The resolution process is an important one, by which NYSSBA members have the opportunity to set the positions and beliefs of the Association. Your participation provides guidance to the NYSSBA Governmental Relations team.
Included in the kit are the results of the 2019 Resolutions Survey.
The survey is the first step in preparing the Annual Business Meeting agenda. The survey sets forth a series of questions asking boards if they believe the association should support, oppose or remain neutral on a variety timely and relevant topics affecting public education. A total of 338 member boards from around the state responded.
We are sharing the results with the full membership with the hope that you will review and discuss the results of the survey. Please consider submitting resolutions of importance to your board, including those sample resolutions emanating from the survey, as well as resolutions on topics not addressed by the survey. NYSSBA Governmental Relations staff is here to help formulate your resolutions. Please consider reaching out for assistance before your board adopts a resolution.
Please note, all proposed resolutions and bylaw amendments must be received at NYSSBA headquarters no later than the close of business on Friday, July 19, 2019
If you have any questions about the resolutions process or the survey you should also feel free to reach out to NYSSBA staff at any time. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact NYSSBA Governmental Relations staff via Danielle Grasso at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-783-3734. You should also feel free to reach out to me, your area resolutions committee representative or your NYSSBA Area Director.
Julie M. Marlette
Director of Governmental Relations and Staff Liaison to the Resolutions Committee
NYSSBA's Governmental Relations team will continue to report on these and other issues. For more information, visit our Key Issues Page.
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