Eitner Education at #Workshop17!

Join #EitnerEDU & #PushBoundEDU for food, friends, and fun!

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You have a ton of learning and work to do. Plan now!

We at Eitner Education and Pushing Boundaries Educational Consulting are fully aware of how busy the annual NJBSA / NJASA conference is. Since we are mainly composed of Superintendents and District Administrators, we also know that your time is precious over these 4 days. We are not meeting to shove PD down your throat; we are meeting all of our accomplishments. Join us!

Day 1 Dinner - Knife & Fork Inn

Monday, Oct. 23rd, 7pm

3600 Atlantic Avenue

Atlantic City, NJ

Join the EitnerEDU team and your colleagues at the Knife & Fork Inn for some of the best food in AC. This event is open to BOE Members and District Administrators. Limit of 20. Please RSVP using the links below.

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Day 2 Lunch - Wingcraft

Tuesday, Oct. 24th, 12-2pm

2010 Baltic Avenue

Atlantic City, NJ

Who doesn't like wings and beverages that go with wings? Come on by to Wingcraft and enjoy! This event is open to all BOE Members and District Administrators. Limit of 75 RVSP's; you may RSVP below.

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Day 2 Dinner - Chef Vola

Tuesday, Oct. 24th, 7:30pm

111 S Albion Pl

Atlantic City, NJ

You've heard of Chef Vola's , and you know that it takes almost 6 months to get in. Come join the #EitnerEDU team. Limit of 20 guests. This event is open to all BOE Members and District administrators. RSVP below.

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Day 3 Lunch - Johnny Rocket's

Wednesday, Oct. 25th, 12-2pm

1900 Pacific Avenue

Atlantic City, NJ

Looking for a good burger and fries? Need a break from the surf & turf? Join us at Johnny Rocket's for lunch; we have the whole place reserved! There is a limit of 200 guests; all BOE Members & Administrators are welcome to attend. Please RSVP below.

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Day 3 Dinner - Dock's Oyster House

Wednesday, Oct. 25th, 6:30pm

2405 Atlantic Avenue

Atlantic City, NJ

Join us before the main evening activities at Dock's Oyster House to partake in some of the best seafood on the east coast. There is a limit of 30 attendees; this event is open to all BOE members and District Administrators. Please RSVP below.

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18A:12-24.1 Code of Ethics for School Board Members

A school board member shall abide by the following Code of Ethics for School Board Members:

a. I will uphold and enforce all laws, rules and regulations of the State Board of Education, and court orders pertaining to schools. Desired changes shall be brought about only through legal and ethical procedures.

b. I will make decisions in terms of the educational welfare of children and will seek to develop and maintain public schools that meet the individual needs of all children regardless of their ability, race, creed, sex, or social standing.

c. I will confine my board action to policy making, planning, and appraisal, and I will help to frame policies and plans only after the board has consulted those who will be affected by them.

d. I will carry out my responsibility, not to administer the schools, but, together with my fellow board members, to see that they are well run.

e. I will recognize that authority rests with the board of education and will make no personal promises nor take any private action that may compromise the board.

f. I will refuse to surrender my independent judgment to special interest or partisan political groups or to use the schools for personal gain or for the gain of friends.

g. I will hold confidential all matters pertaining to the schools which, if disclosed, would needlessly injure individuals or the schools. In all other matters, I will provide accurate information and, in concert with my fellow board members, interpret to the staff the aspirations of the community for its school.

h. I will vote to appoint the best qualified personnel available after consideration of the recommendation of the chief administrative officer.

i. I will support and protect school personnel in proper performance of their duties.

j. I will refer all complaints to the chief administrative officer and will act on the complaints at public meetings only after failure of an administrative solution.

L.2001,c.178,s.5.