Annual Business Meeting

2017 Voting Delegates’ Guide
Below you will find a link to the 2017 Voting Delegates' Guide for the Annual Business Meeting. This guide contains the report of the Resolutions Committee as well as endorsements received by the September 5 deadline.

View 2017 Voting Delegates’ Guide

Resolution and Amendment Forms
To help us prepare for the Annual Business Meeting, if you plan to submit either a late resolution or an amendment to a resolution from the floor, please select the appropriate form below and follow the instructions located at the top of the form in advance of the meeting. While a late resolution or amendment may be submitted at any time during the meeting, it will make the meeting run more efficiently if late resolutions and amendments are received in advance.

View Late Resolution Form
View Late Amendment to a Resolution Form

The above forms may be emailed to Penny Martiniano at penny.martiniano@nyssba.org

2017 Position Statements
Generally, NYSSBA’s Position Statements direct the Association to advocate either for or against a wide variety of legislative and regulatory issues at both the state and federal level. Each fall during the Association’s Annual Business Meeting, the voting delegates consider resolutions advanced by member boards and the NYSSBA Board of Directors. Those adopted become position statements, which lay the foundation for the Association’s advocacy agenda and priority actions.

View 2017 Position Statements 

2017 Legislative Priorities
Drawn from the Position Statements adopted by our members, NYSSBA’s legislative priorities take the positions approved by our members and translate them into concrete recommendations for change that help address issues from reform of the learning standards, to budgetary pressures, to new laws and regulations that impact our students and communities. Our 2017 Legislative Priorities brochure will walk you through NYSSBA’s calls to action.

View 2017 Legislative Priorities 

2017 Resolutions Kit
This Resolutions Kit is intended to provide a clear and helpful guide for crafting and submitting proposed resolutions. The greater the participation, the better the process will represent its members. We encourage you to learn more about how the resolution process works and what issues you and your colleagues have already expressed interest in as a part of our survey.

View 2017 NYSSBA Resolutions Kit 

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