Minnesota School Safety Center director among presenters for MSBA Day at the Capitol


MSBA encourages school board members and superintendents to advocate for their students during MSBA Day at the Capitol on Monday, March 19, at the Best Western Plus Capitol Ridge in St. Paul.

The Day at the Capitol opens with the MSBA Government Relations staff providing advocacy tips.

This will be followed by a number of notable presenters, including:

  • the Minnesota Department of Education’s Tom Melcher (“Special Education: Where is the Breakdown?”),
  • the Teachers Retirement Association’s John Wickland (“TRA: is 2018 the Year?”),
  • the Minnesota Department of Revenue’s Paul Cummings (“Federal Tax Bill: Will Minnesota Conform?”) and, 
  • Minnesota School Safety Center Director Randy Johnson.

Johnson will present “School Safety: The New Normal.” He recently testified on school safety in the Minnesota House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee.

Visit http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/SessionDaily/Story/13053 to read Johnson’s testimony in Session Daily.

The Day at the Capitol’s afternoon schedule will provide members an opportunity to discuss education issues with their local legislators. MSBA encourages members to schedule meetings with legislators in advance. Visit https://www.gis.leg.mn/iMaps/districts to find your representatives.

Learn more about Day at the Capitol at www.mnmsba.org/DayAtTheCapitol. Please ask your school district office to register you in advance by March 12.

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The Minnesota School Boards Association, a leading advocate for public education, supports, promotes and strengthens the work of public school boards.
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