The Colorado Association of School Business Officials is the premier resource on business practices and policies for Colorado’s public education community. Colorado ASBO, a nonprofit statewide professional association, is dedicated to promoting excellence and professionalism in all aspects of school business.
Founded in the 1920's and reactivated in 1953, Colorado ASBO serves all 178 Colorado School Districts, BOCES, Charter Schools and their respective staffs by providing professional development, promoting best practices strategies and creating professional collaboration and networking opportunities.
Colorado ASBO members represent every facet of school business management and operations including finance, accounting, payroll, human resources, risk management, transportation, child nutrition, maintenance and operations, information technology, purchasing and facilities. Colorado ASBO is the leading organization for those who work in the business side of schools.
The Mission of the Colorado Association of School Business Officials is to provide programs and services to promote the highest standards of school business management practices, professional growth and the effective use of educational resources.
The 2021-22 CASBO Board
Front row left to right: Shannon Solomon , Gina Lanier, Samantha Gallagher, Sandra Nees, Suzi DeYoung, Ashley Stephen, Tatyana Glushko. Back row, left to right: Mimi Livermore, Bret Parsons, Associate Director; Ron McCulley, Bill Sutter, Executive Director; Bert Huszcza. Not pictured: Tony Whiteley and Shae Martinez.
69th Annual Colorado ASBO
May 4-6, 2022
Colorado Springs, CO
School District Organizational
Membership/Conference Plan (SDOP)
The Colorado Association of School Business Officials (Colorado ASBO), Optional School District Organizational Membership/Conference Plan (SDOP) will save your District significant dollars. One of the features of this plan pertains to School Districts with 600 or less students. These districts can least afford time or money to avail their staff to professional development. Colorado ASBO will make their conference attendance free as long as they have a paid membership.
The SDOP retains the individual memberships in the control of the school district and affords you flexibility to change them in the plan year, i.e., you can, if you want, send one group to the spring conference and a different group to the fall conference. The School District Contact Designee will determine the individual members and any changes made in the plan year. Additional Spring or Fall conference registrations than the included number in your plan will be at the conference membership rate (they must be one of the named individual members in the plan)
This School District Organizational Membership/Conference Plan (SDOP) is available on a calendar year basis beginning January 1. Please refer to the attachment for more information. If you are interested in enrolling or want additional information please use this Contact CASBO form and we will get back to you promptly.
26th Annual Colorado ASBO
October 12-14, 2022
Developed by school business management professionals and supported by ASBO International, the Certified Administrator of School Finance and Operations® (SFO®) defines the essential skills and knowledge that every effective school business professional should possess.
Interested in learning more about the ASBO International SFO Certification? Visit our information page to learn more.
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