Personnel Essentials

**Free to ACTIVE KASA Members**

Session Overview

With the advent of school choice, funding uncertainty, staffing issues created by COVID, and unprecedented levels of attrition, local school leaders are faced with daunting decisions regarding staffing for the 2022-23 school year. Compliance with statutory requirements for personnel and salary decisions is more critical than ever before.

This three-hour web-based workshop will walk participants through the statutory framework for making personnel decisions for the upcoming school year. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to submit questions and issues for real-time response.

Presenter Info:
Wayne Young, KASA General Counsel

Registration:
The live webinar session is available to 150 participants and 15 seats are available to those who wish to attend the face-to-face session at the KASA office in Frankfort. There is no cost to KASA active members*.





February 2, 2022
2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET


Free to active KASA members*; $69 student, associate, retired members; $119 nonmembers

3 hours EILA credit/Finance Officer Credit Available

*One six hour EILA credit approved session is available annually to KASA active members at no cost as part of members' benefits and services. If you have not already used this benefit for 2020-21, you may register at no charge.

About the Presenter:
Wayne Young joined the KASA staff in 1983 and served as executive director from 1989 - 2019. He conducts frequent workshops for teachers, attorneys, and school administrators on legal issues in education such as student confidentiality issues, sexual harassment, and school personnel law. Young has taught school law at the graduate level for the University of Louisville and has published numerous articles on education law, including in the Kentucky Bar Journal, the official professional publication for Kentucky lawyers. He is also the author of the school law training module that has been used to train all new school superintendents in Kentucky for the past 19 years. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and the UK College of Law.



Cancellation & Substitution Policy
Written cancellations submitted via email, fax or USPS mail will be accepted up to 14 business days prior to the event and a refund or invoice credit issued minus a $29 processing fee. After that time, you may send a substitute to attend in your place as refunds are not available for cancellations or no shows within this time period. Session materials will be shared with those who must cancel and who do not receive a refund.