Monthly Archives: January 2012

Chief provides latest update on budget, cuts

What’s happening with our agency’s budget? What can we expect for next year? Dr. Roark Horn, Chief Administrator, files this report. (Be sure to click the play button.)

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Dressing for success at work

Everyone wants to present the most professional image they can in the work place; and now more than ever, we want our educational partners (and our colleagues) to view us as the “leaders in learning” that we truly are. Still, … Continue reading

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A fresh approach to AEA 267 sectors

How can we structure our agency to provide administrative support to our AEA staff and local school districts so we can optimize our effectiveness in positively impacting children, families and educators? How can we work to ensure that even in … Continue reading

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AEA 267 Board of Directors requests new agency name

Citing a need to move from the past to the future, the AEA 267 Board of Directors took steps to begin the process of renaming the agency during a discussion at their meeting held earlier this week. The issue of … Continue reading

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Please update your profile for Medianet & AEA Contact Manager…even if you don’t check out resources!

Did you know that even if you don’t regularly check out resources from the agency’s Lending Library system that we still need you to update your Medianet profile? Medianet, the database that houses all of the AEA 267 employee contact … Continue reading

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January board recap

The AEA 267 Board of Directors met January 4, 2012 at 6 p.m. in the AEA 267 Cedar Falls Conference Center for their regular meeting. During the meeting, the board: Accepted the 2010-11 Audit Report. It was noted that the … Continue reading

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AEA system “white paper” sheds light on urban legends of AEA finance

While thankfully these comments are fairly infrequent, occasionally a local school superintendent or principal might complain that the district s/he serves would be better off “keeping” the funding that goes to support the AEA rather than receiving our services. Most … Continue reading

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