In October, all CASE members were invited to attend a cocktail reception. These general membership meetings happen twice a year. At this event, Executive Director, Billy Burke, spoke to the members. His presentation included information about the recent changes to the compensation package. Following the presentation, CASE members had the opportunity to ask questions, which Billy answered. This presentation was captured in the video below, taken on October 24, 2022.
Scenic view of bright sunlight penetrating through branches of tree in green woods in sunset
In July 2021, CASE members were invited to attend the retirement party for former Executive Director Tom DeHart, and celebrate new Executive Director Billy Burke.
The Maryland Association of Secondary Public School Principals (MASSP) is offering Aspiring Leaders Workshop on April 28, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab (APL) in Laurel, Maryland. Their announcement follows.
We sold out our February workshop. So back by popular demand, we provide interested individuals a chance to experience this workshop attended by hundreds of Maryland aspiring leaders over the past two years. This program has received rave reviews from virtually every attendee. It is a repeat of the Pre-Assessment Center training held earlier this year.
Participants will explore how they might assess and develop their administrative skills as they prepare for a promotion. Activities will be reflective, hands-on, thought provoking and introduce participants to the various steps used in many District-based Assessment Centers.
Activities for the day will include:
- In-basket exercise
- Data analysis exercise
- Instructional observation and creation of feedback
- Measured group activity
- Writing sample (with feedback)
- Analysis of your resume
- Strategies/Tips for success
- Personal interview (with peer feedback)
We will share wisdom from over 80 years of experience interviewing and rating candidates for promotion.
Our goal is to provide aspiring leaders experiences in this workshop typically NOT offered in your local school district leadership development programs.
Registration includes a continental breakfast provided in the morning beginning at 8:30 AM as well as lunch served on site provided by Columbia Chef Caterers.
More Info and Registration
Watch the latest announcement from Executive Director Tom DeHart about the upcoming Legislative Reception on April 11, 2018.
On Friday October 13, 2017, CASE supported the BCPS Charitable Education Foundation by fielding a team in the Foundation’s annual golf outing. CASE was represented by Executive Director Tom DeHart, former Executive Director Bill Lawrence, Member Ken Miller, and CASE Board member Michelle Proser. While the CASE team did not finish in the prize level, they had a representative showing in no small part due to Michelle’s play!
October 23, 2015 at Greystone Golf Course
Where better to spend a gorgeous Friday in October than at Greystone Golf Course in Whitehall? CASE joined Superintendent Dallas Dance and Debbie Phelps at “Swing for Education”, a benefit for the Education Foundation of Baltimore County. We sponsored two teams—one of them the only all-female team in the event. Both played well, and though they didn’t win, looked GREAT!
October 22, 2015 at Hayfields Country Club
Hayfields Country Club provided a lovely setting and terrific food for CASE’s Fall General Membership meeting—an outstanding event even without a round of golf. Discussion topics included current negotiations, renewal of Dr. Dance’s contract, updates on current cases involving members, and our successful implementation of agency fees.
April 16, 2015
CASE held the Spring Membership meeting on April 16th at Liberatore’s Ristorante. It was well attended and County Executive Kevin Kamenetz with Councilmen David Marks and Julian Jones brought greetings from our partners in county government. Jeff Graham and Bill Watt of Robert W. Baird & Co. announced a partnership with CASE to provide financial services to our members.
In the business session of the meeting, the new modifications to the Master Agreement with BCPS was approved. This includes the “Agency Fee” agreement and allows the process to continue that will set a fee and begin collection in the 2015–16 school year.
There was a pleasant and collegial air throughout the event with networking and catching up at the top of the agenda. Food and beverages were enjoyed and all went well.