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OSAC November Meeting Change

Thursday, November 16, 2017 – 1:00 p.m.
Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center
Madrid I
6808 South 107th East Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74133



OSAC Members:

Since many of you will be attending the annual OSIG meeting on November 16th, the date scheduled for our OSAC monthly meeting, David Martin has graciously invited us to share their excellent agenda and meals and we will have our OSAC business meeting following lunch.

Whether or not your district is a member of OSIG you are invited to attend!  This is a great opportunity to share resources with one of our partner organizations and the scheduled presentations, with panels of superintendents who speak from personal experience, are timely and relevant to us all. 

Complete OSIG Agenda Available Here

You are invited to to attend all or a portion of the OSIG meeting which begins with breakfast at 8:00 and includes:

10:0010:45 a.m. When Disaster Strikes – Lessons Learned Part 1
Gary McElroy, Superintendent, Twin Hills Schools
Mike Earp, Director of Operations, Skiatook Schools
Mark Fenton, Retired Superintendent, Porter Schools
Glen Bynum, Sr. Property Adjuster, Alternative Service Concepts

11:45 a.m. When Disaster Strikes – Lessons Learned Part 2
Don Sjoberg, Superintendent, Poteau Schools
Cathey Metevelis, Director of Purchasing, Broken Arrow Schools
Kenneth Bridges, Superintendent, Jay Schools
Richard Hall, Sr. Liability Adjuster, Alternative Service Concepts

12:00 p.m. Title IX Sexual Harassment – What every school district should do upon receiving a report of inappropriate conduct
John Priddy, Attorney – Rosenstein, Fist & Ringold


 Click here to RSVP for meals provided by OSIG.






Welcome to OSAC


The primary purpose of OSAC is to identify and facilitate meeting the growing needs of Oklahoma's large education community without duplicating existing services of other agencies and organizations.

OSAC meets this obligation by gathering, assimilating and substantiating the needs of Oklahoma educators through data provided and solicited by the Council members. The Council administration and officers then develop and offer workshops, seminars and research based on these findings.

Oklahoma Schools Advisory Council membership has always been open to Oklahoma organizations or individuals interested in education. Membership currently includes 275 public education school districts, technology centers, colleges and universities.


2403 North 41st Street East
Muskogee, OK 74403-1889
Phone: 918.687.0597
Fax: 866.877.9686


Ms. Billie Jordan, Executive Director

Ms. Gail Ward, Administrative Assistant






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