Each chapter is an extension of OASBO, and provides a local link to our organization. Each of the 12 local chapters and four statewide chapters are their own entity and provide their members with professional development opportunities, networking, and stepping stones to leadership opportunities at the statewide level, outside of OASBO's professional development calendar.
We encourage our members to get active in their local chapters. On each chapter page, you will find the counties they serve, as well as a list of chapter officers you can contact to get involved!
Upcoming ODE Deadlines
Single Audit Reort due for school districts to ODE Grants Management Office
Last day for Board action on administrator contracts
Updataed Five Year Forecast mandatory submission period begins