INDIANAPOLIS — School board members, superintendents and administrators from around the state, including representatives from Warsaw Community Schools, attended the 67th Annual ISBA/IAPSS Fall Conference at the Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, Sept 26-27. This conference, sponsored by the Indiana School Boards Association and the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents, gives members the opportunity to relate case history about solving a problem, improving an existing program or developing a new program in their school corporations.
A full schedule was featured during this two-day seminar covering many topics with one of the featured clinic sessions titled “Strategic Partnerships – Analyzing Current and Future Partnerships at Warsaw Community Schools,” presented by WCS Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert, WCS Board Member Heather Reichenbach and Chris Bonifield, WCS Grant and Project Manager.
On Monday, the keynote speakers were the candidates for Indiana governor, Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb and John Gregg. They were given time to say prepared remarks and then were given questions submitted previously by the audience. On Tuesday, the keynote speakers were the candidates for Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction, Glenda Ritz and Dr. Jennifer McCormick. They were also given time to say prepared remarks and then were given questions by the audience.
WCS board members, administration and representatives attending the conference were Dr. David Hoffert, Heather Reichenbach, Brandon Penrod, David Robertson, Chris Bonifield and Lori Tilden.