The Delegate Assembly is made up of at least one voting delegate from each of the school districts in the state. The Delegate Assembly provides direction to the Association, its officers and committees through the adoption of resolutions. All resolutions adopted by the Delegate Assembly become the official position of MASB as interpreted and pursued by the Board of Directors. The Delegate Assembly also may vote on proposals to amend the MASB Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws.
Powers and Duties
The Delegate Assembly meets in regular session at the MASB Annual Leadership Conference and in special sessions when called by the board. The Delegate Assembly establishes policy and rules for MASB through its resolutions and bylaws.
The Resolutions and Bylaws Committee encourages a board’s input in developing MASB positions on legislative, legal and administrative issues of state-wide significance.
The Delegate Assembly, as its first order of business, shall establish and follow rules as recommended by the board or as amended and adopted by the delegates.
The 2015 Delegate Assembly Handbook, your guide to everything that will happen at this year's meeting, is now available for download.
Access the Handbook here and take time to discuss with your board how you intend to vote on the proposed amendments.
In MASB's continued efforts to be green, hard copies of the handbooks will not be mailed so please download and review the document prior to the meeting on Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015, at the Grand Traverse Resort during the 2015 MASB Annual Leadership Conference.
For more information contact Cheryl Huffman at email@example.com or 517.327.5915, or Jennifer Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517.327.5912.