SDGANH Seminar: “How to Manage Your School District/SAU Legal Engagements.”

Concord, NH July 24, 2017, For Immediate Release

SDGANH Seminar: “How to Manage Your School District/SAU Legal Engagements.”

As an elected school district official, do you feel at a loss to understand your role and right to know about the legal actions undertaken by your SAU or District? Should your board have an attorney of record? How should you manage your legal engagements?

These and many other issues will be addressed at the School District Governance Association of NH seminar.

Speaker: Richard Lehmann, Counsel for the NH Senate and civil and criminal lawyer at Lehmann Law PLC in Manchester, NH.

August 12, 9 am – 12:30 pm
Nackey Loeb School of Communications
749 East Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, NH

Admission for members: $10
Admission for non-members: $15

Coffee and muffins will be available.

Open to the public but advanced registration required via email:

The School District Governance Association of New Hampshire (SDGANH) is a forum of experienced elected officials committed to:

·      Educating elected school district officials as to their proper role and responsibilities
·      Promulgating best practices in good governance and prudent budgeting
·      Formulating model school district policies so boards will have an independent, alternative resource
·      Proposing and monitoring legislation that enhances local control in education and openness in administration.

SDGANH’s goal is to move the balance of power back to elected representatives for the ultimate benefit of our children’s education.

Voting membership is open to past or present elected officials with fiduciary responsibility over a school district budget. Non-voting membership is also available for those who share our mission.

For more information contact SDGANH President, Donna Green


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