October 13, 2020
2 p.m.-3 p.m. ET
- Field of Study: Finance
- Credits: 1
- Prerequisite: None
School has started in one form or another – whether in-person, hybrid or virtual. Districts continue their work to monitor infection levels and how this may impact delivery of instruction and also trying to plan for next year and the lingering impacts of the pandemic. This webinar is designed as an opportunity for districts to hear more about how other districts have started classes, what plans they have in place to adjust how they are delivering instruction, and also what measures they have put in place to date to protect their students and staff. In addition, this webinar will include opportunities to hear what other attendees are doing in response to pandemic pressures, ask questions of presenters, and network more with your district peers working on addressing the wide-ranging challenges currently facing districts.
This is a follow up to the roundtable that GFOA hosted in August. Attendance at that webinar is not required to attend this session. You can view that original webinar (along with several others) here.
Who Will Benefit: Finance Directors/CFOs; Budget Directors, Managers and Analysts; Senior Leadership; and others
- Learn more about how other school districts are conducting classes – whether in-person, hybrid or virtual – including assessing how to change course
- Hear more on the impacts to current year budgets and operations related to PPE and other social distancing needs and also those related virtual learning as well.
- Additionally hear more about how districts are coping with the uncertainty related to revenue impacts for this fiscal year and beyond.
- Member Price: Free
- Non-member Price: Free