The TASBO School Operations Conference in Corpus Christi, held on October 19-20, brought together school operations professionals for two days of practical insights, networking, and a vendor showcase, equipping attendees with valuable strategies to enhance their districts' operations.
Exploring the Highlights of the TASBO School Operations Conference in Corpus Christi
The TASBO School Operations Conference, which took place October 19-20 in Corpus Christi, provided an opportunity for attendees to immerse themselves in practical strategies and best practices aimed at enhancing the functioning of their districts' Maintenance, Operations, Transportation, Safety, and Risk Management departments.
Here are some key takeaways from the event:
1. Practical Strategies: The conference delivered on its promise of providing practical, actionable strategies to enhance the operations of school districts. Attendees gained insights into energy-efficient practices, preventive maintenance, transportation safety, and risk management, among other critical areas.
2. Vendor Showcase: With an extensive exhibit hall featuring over 50 vendors, attendees had the opportunity to explore cutting-edge products and services, helping them make informed decisions to improve their district's operations.
3. Networking and Camaraderie: The conference fostered an environment of collaboration, allowing professionals to network, share experiences, and build valuable relationships within the industry.
4. Inspirational Keynote: The conference's opening keynote, Lt Gen. Christopher Miller, set a motivational tone for the event, emphasizing the hard work of school operations professionals and how it contributes to the success of public education.