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2019 ASBO spring conference program

2019 ASBO spring conference program

1200-C Agora Drive, Suite 241
Bel Air, MD 21014 67th ANNUAL


May 19-22, 2019

Roland E. Powell Convention Center
Ocean City, Maryland


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Information/Resource Pages.................................................. 5
Conference Overview............................................................ 7
Roland Powell Convention Center Map............................... 8
President’s Message............................................................. 10
Past Presidents..................................................................... 11
Board Members, Nominations............................................ 12
Committee Members.....................................................13-14
Awards............................................................................ 15-17
Keynote Speaker.................................................................. 19
Sponsor Appreciation.......................................................9, 20
Exhibitor Milestones........................................................... 21
ASBO Cares........................................................................ 22
Sessions.......................................................................... 23-35
Exhibits Floor Map............................................................. 36
Exhibitor Listing............................................................37-57
Student Entertainment........................................................ 58

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ASBO MD&DC Conference Program Ad-F.indd 1 4/9/19 4:39 PM

WELCOME to the
2019 67th Annual ASBO MD&DC Conference

Roland E. Powell Convention Center
4001 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, MD 21842



Attendees: ASBO (no password )
Exhibitors: check your packet or ask at check-in desk

MyASBO Mobile App Health Care Services:
See page 3 for more information on how to Emergency Information: 911
receive updates during the conference 10th Street Medical Center:

Education Sessions: 410-289-0065
The QR code on your name badge will 75th Street Medical Center:
be scanned as you enter the sessions.
Certificates will be emailed to you. 410-524-0075
Urgent Care:
Show Your Badge Program: Your Docs In-West OC 877-222-4934
Visit Atlantic General Hospital: 410-641-1100
attendees/ and click on “Show Your Badge” Beach Patrol: 410-289-7556; 410-250-0125
for discounts in OC when you show your Coast Guard: 410-289-7559
badge at many local businesses. MD Natural Resources: 410-548-7070/MD
State Police: 410-641-3101


Friday, November 15, 2019
MCCBWI, Linthicum, MD

Sunday, May 17 - Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Roland E. Powell Convention Center, Ocean City, MD

ASBO MD&DC | 1200-C Agora Drive, Suite 241 | Bel Air, MD 21014 | 5



9 am - 2 pm Golf Outing Glen Riddle Golf Club/Man O’War
10 am - 5 pm Exhibitor Booth Set-Up Holiday Inn - 67th Street, Sandcastle Rm.
Holiday Inn - 67th Street, 2nd Floor Ballroom
4:30 - 5:30 pm First Timers Meeting (all are welcome) Holiday Inn - 67th Street, 2nd Floor Ballroom

4:30 - 6:30 pm Conference Registration Badge/Packet Pickup RPCC
RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)
6:30 - 9:30 pm Welcome Reception Badges Required RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)
RPCC Exhibit Hall
MONDAY 2nd Floor Ballroom (back entry)
RPCC Rooms 201-208 (Level 2)
7:30 am - 3 pm Conference Registration RPCC Rooms 201-208 (Level 2)
RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)
7:30 - 8:15 am Breakfast RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)

8:15 - 8:45 am General Session; Business Meeting RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)

9 am-12:30 pm Exhibit Hall Grand Opening (dedicated time 9 - 10:30) Dessert Station in Exhibit Hall
RPCC Exhibit Hall
9am Menu Decision Makers Taste Testing Invitation Only RPCC Rooms 201-208
RPCC Room 212
10:30 - 11:30 am First Education Session Phillips Restaurant - 21st Street

11:40 - 12:40 pm Second Education Session

12:40 - 1:15 pm Lunch

1:15 - 1:40 pm Business Meeting & Awards Presentation

1:40 - 2 pm Student Showcase - Valhalla Voices with Ms. Slacum,
Music Teacher, Cambridge-South Dorchester HS

2 - 3 pm Sweet & Savory Dessert Social

2 - 4 pm Exhibit Hall Open (dedicated time 2 - 3 pm)

3 - 4 pm Third Educational Session

4 - 5 pm Past Presidents’ Meeting

6:30 - 9:30 pm Dinner-Phillips Seafood Restaurant Ticket Required


8:30 am - 12 pm Conference Registration RPCC

8:30 - 9:30 am Business Meeting/Breakfast Buffet RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)

9:00 - 9:30 am Exhibitors Meeting RPCC Room 208

9:30 am-12 pm Exhibit Hall Open (dedicated time 9:30 - 10:30) RPCC Exhibit Hall

10:30 - 11:30 am Fourth Education Session RPCC Rooms 201-208 (Level 2)

11:40 - 12:40 pm Fifth Education Session RPCC Rooms 201-208 (Level 2)

12:40 - 1:00 pm Lunch RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)

1:00-1:30 pm General Session Meeting - Installation - Paul Bell Award RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)

1:30 - 2:30 pm Keynote Speaker: Colonel Arthur J. Athens - “When You’re RPCC Ballroom (Level 2)
the Finest...It’s Hard to be Humble”

2:45 - 4:00 pm Allen Gaddis Academy Ethics Session RPCC Room 208
“Ethics...Taking the High Road” (all are welcome)

5:30 - 6:30 pm Past President’s Reception Invitation Only Holiday Inn - 67th Street, 2nd Floor Ballroom

6:00 pm - Dine Around Tickets Required Various Locations

7:00 - 9:30 pm President’s Dinner Invitation Only Liquid Assets, 9301 Coastal Hwy.


8:30 - 9:30 am Breakfast and Opening Remarks Holiday Inn - 67th Street
Holiday Inn - 67th Street
9:30 - 10:30 am Guest Speaker - Karen Holland, 2018-2019 Worcester Holiday Inn - 67th Street
County Public Schools Teacher of the Year

10:30 - 11:00 am Closing and Door Prize Drawings

11:00 am Conference Adjourns

RPCC - Roland E. Powell Convention Center 7

2019 SPRING CONFERENCE @ OCCC (LEVELS 1 & 2) “Yellow Brick Road”

UP TO 2nd Floor <Entry to Exhibits Hall>
Ballroom for all MONDAY-2-4 PM
Meals, Business Mtgs
& Keynotes
<Entry to Exhibits Hall>
(lobby entrance-right)

<Entry to Exhibits Hall>
(lobby entrance)

Mon - 9am entrance


2nd Floor Ballroom for all
Meals, Business Mtgs &


All PD Sessions - Rooms 201-208
Mon –Food Services in Ballroom 9:30

(Invitation ONLY-)
Past Presidents Mtg-Mon Rm 212 – 4pm





Christopher J. Hauge, CSBA
School Facilities Engineer, Dorchester County Public Schools
President, ASBO MD&DC



Once again, we meet in May in Ocean City to enjoy outstanding professional development,
search for new best practices and ultimately how to make the best decisions possible for our
students, teachers, communities and taxpayers. We will do this in at least four different ways
throughout our time together. No matter your role, opportunity awaits you.

How will you invest in yourself and your district in Ocean City in May???? The answer
is easy! Show up. Get involved/participate. Take a risk and get to know your peers from
another district.


We will have over 40 different professional development opportunities in every area of school
business specialty to share new ideas, better values or new perspectives that your peers are


Have you heard about a good idea, a new product or better way to get things done in your
world? Or is there something you have always wondered about for your district? The ASBO
MD/DC tradeshow in the convention hall provides solutions, knowledge, relationships and
many force multipliers to handle any number of different challenges. The real “challenge” is
knowing what you want.


Our short time together at the beach provides another paradox: the opportunity to “recharge”
our perspective, renew relationships with peers or begin new ones or renew personal/
professional outlooks. In short, our people, our membership are our greatest asset.

Our keynote speaker, Lt. Colonel Arthur Athens, will share his wisdom on effective and
ineffective leadership as it relates to ethics. Something we could all benefit from in our
Industry and certainly as a nation.


Not only are we celebrating our “ASBO” community at the conference, we are celebrating all
communities! Our ASBO Cares cause this year is one of our force multipliers, one of our best
community engagement partners-THE YMCA. We are celebrating what the YMCA of the
Chesapeake does for “our kids” when they leave our care every day. The YMCA has an impact
where, when and to who needs it most. Y’s keep our kids safe after school, before school,
during the weekend, summer breaks, whenever needed. “Our” kids are much better prepared
for teachers when they are a “Y kid”. Most importantly, Y’s don’t turn anyone away for want
of resources. They only see potential. Sound familiar?

Thank you,



1952 - 1953 George Smith * Baltimore City

1953 - 1954 William T. Willis, Jr. * Baltimore County

1954 - 1955 Herman Perkins* Baltimore City

1955 - 1956 Arthur E. Robinson* Prince George’s County

1956 - 1957 Brian M. Benson* Montgomery County

1957 - 1958 H. Spilman Burns* Baltimore City

1958 - 1959 Wesley N. Dorn Maryland State Department of Education

1959 - 1960 Michael I. Annetta* Maryland School for the Blind

1960 - 1961 O. Eugene Albright Baltimore City

1961 - 1962 Joseph P. Downey* Allegany County

1962 - 1963 Leon E. Grant Baltimore County

1963 - 1964 Allen R. Gaddis, III Maryland State Department of Education

1964 - 1965 Irvin R. Brose* Baltimore City

1965 - 1966 George V. Menke* Montgomery County, ASBOI President ‘65-’66

1967** Richard W. Hall* Caroline County

1968 Franklin B. Klase* Prince George’s County

1969 John E. Tritt Frederick County, ASBOI Director, ‘79-’81

1970 Edward J. Plevyak Harford County

1971 Charles I. Ecker* Prince George’s County

1972 Allen M. Sutton* Baltimore County

1973 V. Robert Gillette Harford County

1974 - 1975 George A. Myers* Maryland State Department of Education

1975 - 1976 Ronald D. Rose Calvert County

1976 - 1977 Carl M. Mann* Washington County

1977 - 1978 William T. Middleton, III RSBA Wicomico County

1978 - 1979 Adrian G. Teel Anne Arundel County

1979 - 1980 Casimir R. Przybyl Dorchester County

1980 - 1981 William N. Parrott* Baltimore County

1981 - 1982 Kenneth W. Nickoles, RSBO District of Columbia, ASBOI President ‘93-‘94

1982 - 1983 James J. Lupis, Jr. Garrett County

1983 - 1984 JoAnne Q. Jackson Wicomico County

1984 - 1985 John E. Frank, RSBO Allegany County

1985 - 1986 Ernest M. Clayton, Jr., RSBO Anne Arundel County

1986 - 1987 Charles L. Wineland, RSBA Charles County

1987 - 1988 John T. Case, RSBO Harford County

1988 - 1989 Carol S. Parham Howard County

1989 - 1990 Emmalyn Y. Holdridge Baltimore County

1990 - 1991 James E. Hall Baltimore City

1991 - 1992 John T. Case, RSBO Harford County

1992 - 1993 Alicia Hardisky, RSBO Anne Arundel County

1993 - 1994 Paul Bell* Howard County

1994 - 1995 Stephen Raucher, RSBA Montgomery County

1995 - 1996 Cardell Foggie District of Columbia

1996 - 1997 Wayne Roach Hannah More School

1997 - 1998 Frances W. Miller, RSBA Kent County

1998 - 1999 John Matthews Montgomery County

1999 - 2000 C. Thomas Leary, RSBO Anne Arundel County

2000 - 2001 Douglas B. Pindell, RSBO Howard County

2001 - 2002 Kathy P. Jackson Baltimore City

2002 - 2003 Judi S. Dombek Montgomery County

2003 - 2004 John M. Markowski, RSBO Harford County

2004 - 2005 Milton E. Nagel, RSBA Caroline County

2005 - 2006 Margaret Ellen Kalmanowicz, RSBO Kent County

2006 - 2007 Richard “Rick” Gay, RSBO Baltimore County

2007 - 2008 George Colburn, RSBS Baltimore County

2008 - 2009 Nancy Codner Carroll County

2009 - 2010 T. Scott Germain, RSBO Garrett County

2010 - 2011 John Lang, III Baltimore County

2011 - 2012 Suzanne Jones Caroline County

2012 - 2013 James Jewell, CPA Harford County

2013 - 2014 Melvin Burley Baltimore County

2014 - 2015 Glenn Belmore Charles County

2015 - 2016 Victoria Mayle, CPPO, CPPB St. Mary’s County

2016 - 2017 Jeffrey LaPorta Harford County

2017 - 2018 Vincent E. Tolbert Worcester County

* Deceased 11

** From 1967-1973 officers served terms based on calendar year instead of fiscal year



President Christopher Hauge Dorchester County Public Schools
President Elect Christina Gates Gray St. Mary’s County Public Schools
Vice President Tom Mulligan Frederick County Public Schools
Secretary (2018 - 2020) Suzanne Jones Caroline County Public Schools
Treasurer (2017 - 2019) Timothy Brooke Dorchester County Public Schools
Immediate Past President Vince Tolbert Worcester County Public Schools
Emeritus Kenneth W. Nickoles, RSBO District of Columbia, Retired
Executive Director Jeffrey LaPorta ASBO MD&DC


2017 - 2019 Steve Starmer Frederick County
District of Columbia
2017 - 2019 Bridgette Hurt Howard County
Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Assoc.
2017 - 2019 Craig Blackwell Frederick County
2018 - 2020 Lori Walls Somerset County
2018 - 2020 Leslie Pellegrino
2018 - 2020 Daniele Haley


Under the ASBO Constitution, those offices designated by an asterisk (*) are filled by automatic
succession from the prior year. Directors-At-Large, the Treasurer and the Secretary are elected for
two-year terms. Additional nominations may be made from the floor during the Business Meeting.
The Nominations Committee recommends the following slate of candidates for 2019-2020.


President* Christina Gates Gray July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020
President Elect* Tom Mulligan July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020
Vice President Craig Blackwell July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020
Immediate Past President* Christopher Hauge July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2020
Treasurer Tim Brooke July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2021
Secretary Suzanne Jones July 1, 2018 - June 30, 2020


Pinkie Pamnani July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2021 Montgomery County Public Schools
Cindy Reilly July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2021 Carroll County Public Schools
Teri Dennison July 1, 2019 - June 30, 2021 Howard County Public Schools




Awards...........................................................................Scott Germain
Budget............................................................................Christina Gates Gray
Conference Arrangements..........................................Suzanne Jones
CEASOM......................................................................Christopher Hauge/Jeffrey LaPorta
Constitution & Bylaws................................................Daniele Haley
Exhibits..........................................................................Kim Miskell
Financial Oversight.....................................................Leslie Pellegrino
Golf Tournament.........................................................Sally Philbin/Tom Leary
Jacobus Scholarship.....................................................Margaret Ellen Kalmanowicz
Membership & Outreach............................................Sally Philbin
Nominations.................................................................Vince Tolbert
Professional Development..........................................Steve Starmer
Technology Planning and Development..................Christina Gates Gray

AWARDS COMMITTEE Dorchester County Public Schools
Howard County Public Schools
Sam Slacum (Chair) District of Columbia Public Schools
Craig Blackwell Worcester County Public Schools
Bridgette Hurt
Julie Phillips Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates
Lori Walls


Suzanne Jones (Chair) Caroline County Public Schools
Brenda Basinger-Zimmerman Charles County Public Schools
Susan Brown Harford County Public Schools
Cherie Cotsonas St. Mary’s County Public Schools
Monica A. Dunkle Baltimore County Public Schools
Salvatore Ficarro Emeritus
William Fleming Dorchester County Public Schools
Donna Gable Carroll County Public Schools
Christina Gates Gray St. Mary’s County Public Schools
Scott Germain Garrett County Public Schools
Ben Gittes Emeritus
Gregory Gott Calvert County Public Schools
Alan Heard, Co-Chair Montgomery County Public Schools
Sharron Herr Gilbert Architects
Ann Kramer Baltimore County Public Schools
Larry Musson, Co-Chair Montgomery County Public Schools
Patti Onheiser Baltimore County Public Schools
Pinkie Pamnani Montgomery County Public Schools
Rick Raulie Cecil County Public Schools
Lori Walls Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates
Ron Welker Emeritus
Jason Wielgosz Caroline County Public Schools
Jane Wildeson Garrett County Public Schools



EXHIBITS COMMITTEE Frederick County Public Schools
Baltimore County Public Schools
Kim Miskell (Chair) Baltimore County Public Schools
Nikolas Buckler Carroll County Public Schools
Melvin Burley Carroll County Public Schools
Nancy Codner Gilbert Architects
Kristin Ebert Anne Arundel Public Schools
Sharron Herr Emeritus
Jeff Hora Frederick County Public Schools
Shirley McCaffrey Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson
Roy McHaffa Carroll County Public Schools
Sally Philbin Emeritus
Cindy Reilly Emeritus
Kathy Sanner
Kelly Wood

GOLF COMMITTEE Johnson Mirmiran Thompson
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Sally Philbin (Chair)
Tom Leary


Stephen Starmer (Co-chair) Frederick County Public Schools
Tom Mulligan (Co-chair) Frederick County Public Schools
Renard Alexander District of Columbia Public Schools
Glenn Belmore Charles County Public Schools
Amanda Brewster Caroline County Public Schools
Beverly Davis Howard County Public Schools
Chris Dellinger Schneider Electric
Ashley Diggs Baltimore County Public Schools
Christina Gates Gray St. Mary’s County Public Schools
Debbie Groat Baltimore Regional Coop. Purchasing
Daniele Haley Somerset County Public Schools
Chris Hauge Dorchester County Public Schools
Michael Howie Baltimore County Public Schools
Terri Lundskow Charles County Public Schools
Jacqueline Pearsall
John Pfister Anne Arundel County Public Schools
Julia Phillips Worcester County Public Schools
Merril Plait Baltimore County Public Schools
Kathy Shaffer Baltimore County Public Schools
Sam Slacum Dorchester County Public Schools
Vincent E. Tolbert Worcester County Public Schools
Lori Walls Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates
Winship Wheatley Emeritus




The Paul B. Bell Award will be given to recognize a current member of ASBO-MD&DC
who has demonstrated exemplary contributions to schools, community, and ASBO. The
recipient shall exhibit a special commitment to the children and taxpayers of Maryland and
the District of Columbia. Through the selection and presentation of this award, the Board of
Directors wishes to confirm the pledge contained in the Aims and Objectives of the ASBO
MD&DC Constitution.


2018 John Cavanaugh 2018 Paul Bell Award Recipient,
2017 Nancy Codner John Cavanaugh, with Jeff LaPorta,
2016 Suzanne Jones Executive Director, ASBO MD&DC
2014 Scott Germain
2013 Douglas Pindell, RSBA
2012 Barbara Regalia
2011 Milton E. Nagel, CPA, RSBA
2010 John Markowski, CPA, RSBA
2009 James J. Lupis, Jr.
2008 Margaret Ellen Kalmanowicz, RSBO
2006 Allen R. Gaddis, III
2005 John T. Case, RSBO
2002 Yale Stenzler
2001 Fay W. Miller, RSBA
1998 Carol Parham
1997 Stephen M. Raucher, EdD, RSBA
1996 Charles L. Wineland, RSBA
1995 Kenneth W. Nickoles, RSBO


CSBA The ASBO MD&DC Certification Program is designed to
CSBO measure and validate professional competence as defined by the
CSBS ASBO International and ASBO MD&DC Core Competencies,
a body of knowledge surrounding the school business profession.
Certification The CSBA, CSBO, and CSBS have met universal competency
norms and are recognized for their professional competence
2019 RECIPIENTS: and knowledge. This program is designed specifically for school
business professionals and only those with school business
Bernard Barnes, CSBS experience are eligible for this prestigious certification.
Erica Cook, CSBO
Assistant in Operations, Charles County Public Schools 15
Lead Human Resources Specialist, Wicomico County

Public Schools



This annual award recognizes an ASBO MD&DC member
who demonstrates commitment to ASBO and assists the winner
of this award in their leadership growth by awarding them
registration to the annual ASBO International Annual Meeting
and Expo Conference.
Ken Nickoles is a long-standing ASBO MD&DC member,
having served as president in 1981-1982. Ken is one of only two
representatives from Maryland who has served as president of
ASBO International, serving in that role from 1993 to 1994.
His commitment to the long-term viability and success of this organization is
exemplified by this award that bears his name. The award is made in recognition of
Ken’s exceptional demonstration and support of leadership growth in developing
school business officials who support ASBO MD&DC through extended
terms of committee and Board of Directors volunteerism. It is the intent of this
award to provide the opportunities of professional development and the sharing
of progressive ideas through attendance at the ASBO International annual

The 2019 Kenneth W. Nickoles
Emerging Leader Award
is sponsored by:


2019 - Daniele Haley
Somerset County Public Schools
2018 - Steve Starmer
Frederick County Public Schools
2016 - Christina Gates Gray
St. Mary’s County Public Schools




The Fay Miller Education Leadership Award is a scholarship
given each year to an aspiring leader in school business that
enables them to attend the annual ASBO International
Eagle Institute, a four-day conference designed for school
business leaders to explore management issues through a
“historical lens”. The award is in recognition of the exemplary
career and dedication of Fay Miller, most recently Assistant
Superintendent of Administrative Services for Kent County
Public Schools. She is a Past President of ASBO MD&DC,
a veteran of many of its committees, and has been recognized as an outstanding
school business leader by ASBO International.

The 2019 Fay Miller Education
Leadership Eagle Institute Award

is sponsored by:


2019.............Craig Blackwell..............................Howard County Public Schools
2018.............Terri Lundskow..............................Charles County Public Schools
2017.............Thomas Mulligan...........................Frederick County Public Schools
2016.............Glenn Belmore...............................Charles County Public Schools
2015.............Scott Germain................................Garrett County Public Schools
2014.............Jeffrey LaPorta, CPPB....................Harford County Public Schools
2013.............Victoria Mayle, CPPB, CPPO.......St. Mary’s County Public Schools
2012.............Doreen Heath................................Montgomery County Public Schools


Supporting a
Healthier Tomorrow

We’re proud to support the Association of School Business
Officials as they continue to make a difference in the lives
of our members and our community.


“When You’re the Finest . . . It’s Hard to be Humble”

The United States Marine Corps uses this as one of their recruiting slogans, but the
truth is . . . being humble is a challenge for all leaders. It may be hard to be humble,
but it is essential for effective and ethical leadership.

Colonel Athens retired from the Marine Corps in July
2008 with over 30 years of combined active duty and
reserve service. As a Marine Officer, he commanded
units in the 3rd and 4th Marine Aircraft Wings,
served with the U.S. Space Command and instructed
at Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron
1, the Marine Corps’ equivalent of the Navy’s Top
Gun School. Additionally, he was a White House
Fellow under President Ronald Reagan; the Special
Assistant to the NASA Administrator following the
Space Shuttle Challenger accident; the Executive Director of OCF, a worldwide non-
profit organization helping military personnel integrate their faith and profession;
the Commandant of the United States Merchant Marine Academy; and the Naval
Academy’s first Distinguished Military Professor of Leadership.

We are very excited to have Colonel Athens The 2019 Keynote Speaker is
as our Keynote Speaker. His presentation Sponsored by:
will explore the roots and consequences of an
unhealthy focus on oneself and will offer
some remedies to allow a leader to lead with
personal humility and a strong professional will.

Join us at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Roland
E. Powell Convention Center Ballroom (level 2).


Karen Holland, 2018-2019 Teacher of the Year
from Worcester County Public Schools, will address
attendees Wednesday morning at 9:30 after the business
meeting at The Holiday Inn on 67th Street.

Karen is a professional development facilitator, a PLC

team leader, a Writing Strategic Team leader and a

mentor for student teachers at Cedar Chapel Special

School. Holland truly believes that building a positive

learning experience is the key to success. Becoming

Teacher of the Year is an amazing achievement and Karen Holland receiving her Teacher of the
Karen will speak about some of her experiences as Year award from Worcester County Public
Teacher of the Year.
Schools Superintendent, Louis Taylor 19


Conference Registration Gift: Keynote Speaker:

Student Showcase: Laptops for Computer Lab:

Past Presidents Reception:

Food Tasting Event: Presidents Dinner:

Pinnacle Professional Development Award:

Fay Miller Education Award: Conference Center Wi-Fi:

Kenneth W. Nickoles Emerging Leader Award:




We wish to extend Recognition and Appreciation
to our Exhibitors for their Many Years of Support!


American Design Associates, Inc. Bobrick/Architectural Resources, Inc. Swirnow Building Systems

ARK Systems, Inc. Delta Dental

Mohawk Group


Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Assoc. Data Business Systems Abacus Sports Installations LLC
HCGI Hartford L&L Kiln Mfg. Inc. Alban Engineering
J. Vinton Schafer & Sons, Inc. Americhem International, Inc.
RMF Engineering, Inc. Buckeye Cleaning Center
StudioJAED CareFirst BCBS (Dental)
TCA Architects Daycon
Gannett Fleming
Gilbane Building Company
Kronos Incorporated
Luxout Products

1st Time Exhibitors - Welcome!

Architectural Window Mfg. Corp. Ion Wave Technologies
Brady Industries of Maryland JJ Haines & Company
Control Sources Manns Woodward Studios
Digital Designs MySchoolBucks - Heartland
Engenium Group Quinn Evans Architects
Excel Dryer Inc. SC Johnson Professional
Forecast5 Analytics, Inc. Virco, Inc.



At each Spring Conference, our current ASBO MD&DC President selects our
community charity. President Chris Hauge, School Facilities Engineer at Dorchester
County Public Schools, chose The YMCA of the Chesapeake. He has a personal connection
with The YMCA of the Chesapeake; you can read his story here:

We are graciously asking members and exhibitors to contribute before, during or after

the Spring Conference. “The YMCA of the Chesapeake has a vision that one day, all kids,

families, adults, and seniors in the YMCA of the Chesapeake Area will have equitable

opportunities to improve their health and well-being and reach their full potential.

Together, alongside our neighbors at 10 branches, one overnight camp, and hundreds

of programs throughout the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Chincoteague, VA, we’re

tackling our community’s most urgent needs—giving

The power of people hope for a better future, and the means to
the Y is the power of achieve it.” Read more and donate here:
you. It is the power
that You can make a
difference for You
or Others in Your ASBO MD&DC will match up to $1,000 donated
Community. The before, during and immediately after the conference.
As always, checks and cash will be accepted.

Funds collected will be used to support their teen
outreach. On behalf of ASBO MD&DC and The

power to Make YMCA of the Chesapeake . . . THANK YOU!

a Better Us.

- Christopher J.
Hauge, School Facilities
Engineer, Dorchester
County Public Schools and
President, ASBO MD&DC


Ad Administrative & Fiscal Fa Facilities FN Food & Nutrition HR Human Resources
IT Information Tech. L Leadership P Purchasing S Safety & Security T Transportation

MONDAY, 10:30 -11:30 a.m.

Change Leadership: Communicate, Collaborate & Commit

Claire Hertz, ASBO International Vice President

How leaders can be more successful in organizational change. Explaining the why and not just the what,
opening up silos through collaboration with leaders modeling persistence, being positive and empowering
staff throughout transformational change.

Room: 201 L

Women and Investing

Ann Hughes, CEO, The Female Affect

As a busy woman with many things competing for your time and money, it is tempting to put off saving for
your retirement. Statistics show women are living longer making it more important for women to save. Learn
how to secure your financial future.

Room: 202 Ad

What’s Important to Know When Evaluating GPS Products. A Case Study from
Carroll County Schools

Anita Stubenrauch, Supervisor of Operational Performance in Transportation,
Carroll County Public Schools

Carroll County Public Schools’ Transportation Services Department will discuss their process for evaluating
various live GPS products. Real- time bus location, miles and time traveled, engine diagnostics, parent
notifications, and route navigation and emergency communication through tablet technology are many
of the features Carroll County has spent the past two years examining and evaluating. Learn about their
Grading process, Pitfalls, and Successes!

Room: 203 T
eProcurement - Pros/Cons & ROI

Dek Prentice, Sales Executive, Ion Wave Technologies

Electronic Procurement Automation including eBidding can eliminate up to 60% of the effort to conduct
a bid event. Is this technology right for your agency? How quickly will your agency find a return on
investment? Should the supplier pay or is a fee paid by your agency the better way to go? Boosting
productivity, transparency and control over the bidding process should be the result of using any eBidding
system and there are many ways automation can support these goals. Also, during this session hear the
pros and cons of eBidding, gain a check-list of must have items, and learn ways to avoid the pitfalls of

Room: 204 Ad P



MONDAY, 10:30 -11:30 a.m.

Legal Updates in Human Resources

Nikki Majors, Executive Director of Human Resources, and Eric Schwartz, Staff Attorney;
Charles County Public Schools

Get the latest legal updates every school system administrator needs to hear. Or get sued. Your choice.

Room: 205 Ad HR

Intelligent Building Platforms

Sam Karastamatis and Drew Kolb, CREE Energy Solutions – East Coast

Luminaires have evolved into an intelligent building platform that brings value beyond light. This new

approach presents many benefits to the way you look and manage your building. You can upgrade

your lighting fixtures with this technology and connect to your building automation system or energy

management system. When you integrate lighting, HVAC, Security Systems, Fire and Safety Equipment

it will make managing your building simple and very efficient in a quantifiable and measurable way. Come

learn about the latest integrated lighting technology and how an intelligent building platform can help you

better operate your facility(s).

Room: 206 S Fa

Tried and True or New and Shiny? The Renovation vs. New Build Dilemma

Meredith Sullivan, Senior Associate, Design Collective Architects

The decision between renovating an existing building or constructing a new facility weighs on variables
like time, energy, and logistics. Over the past few years, concerns about storm water management and
constraints on budget and adjacent open space have played into these decisions, forcing school business
officers to think critically about what the best decision might be for their students, community, faculty, and
curriculum. This presentation will help business officers in administration, finance, facilities, construction,
and leadership differentiate the myths from the facts when it comes to informed decision making.
Participants will learn not just how to respond to site challenges, but how their design decisions ultimately
connect to dollars spent and saved.

Room: 207 Ad Fa

School Safety - A Charles County Schools Case Study

Jason Stoddard, Director of School Safety & Security, Charles County Public Schools

A Case Study of how the Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) is building a comprehensive, balanced,

and scalable security strategy that will prepare its 39 schools, 27,000 staff members, and over 27,000

students for a continuum of threats. Through tireless efforts to build coalition, strengthen partnership, and

embracing of innovative strategies, CCPS believes it unique approach to school safety and security can

help jurisdictions of all sizes better prepare for the complexities of 21st century school safety.

Room: 208 S



MONDAY, 10:30 -11:30 a.m.

USDA Update

Mike Birkmeyer, Section Chief, Food Distribution Program, MSDE

Overview of the USDA Foods Program in Maryland

Room: Kitchen Tasting Room FN

MONDAY, 11:40 -12:40 p.m.

NCPP: First Aid Kit or Cooperative Procurement: Taking Your Strategy to the Next

Tammi Rhimes, author, and former Purchasing Agent for the City of San Diego

Many agencies “piggyback” on cooperative or government contracts for some of their contracting needs.

But does your agency have a cooperative strategy? Have you calculated the percentage of spend going

through cooperatives? Have you reviewed the potential of bundling purchases to drive savings? Is there

a component to incorporate local, MBE/WBE participation? Using cooperatives is an option, but do you

have a real plan? By means of the “Road Map to a Cooperative Procurement Strategy,” decipher the right

questions to ask before using or choosing a cooperatives. This session takes you way past the basics. It’s

a way for your team to leverage real savings (in time and money) that a cooperative procurement strategy

can bring to your organization.

Room: 201 P

Making School Finance Understandable

John Hutchison, CPA, MBA, SFO, Deputy Superintendent for Business and Operations,
Olathe Public Schools, Kansas

How to use proven design and presentation techniques to help communicate about your budget and
other school finance topics.

Room: 202 Ad

Pupil Transportation Quality Assessment: Safety, Service and Efficiency from the
Large Vendor Perspective

Jim Woods, Director of Business Development, First Student, Inc.

This session will provide insight on how a bus contractor operating more than 50,000 school buses

manages the critical safety, service and efficiency requirements. Discussion will range from driver training

and attrition management to technology uses, from written contract development to safety standards and

evaluation methods, from predictive analytics to payment systems, from capitalization to maintenance

management, and from bus standards to student management. There is something to learn here, so be


Room: 203 IT S T



MONDAY, 11:40 -12:40 p.m.

Child Nutrition’s Link to Academic Achievement

Tony Dragona, Ed. D., Business Administrator, Union City Public Schools, Union City, NJ;
and Toni Wasi, Mid Atlantic Dairy Association

Child nutrition programs: best practices and how they tie into academic achievement and wellness.

Room: 204 FN

Rising Prescription Drug Benefit Costs and Solutions for Schools

Milton Nagel, Assistant Superintendent for Administrative Services, Caroline County Public Schools;
and Jeff Hall, Sr. Vice President, Keenan Pharmacy Services

Milton Nagel and Jeff Hall will review the procurement process, implementation activities and savings

results that have accrued to the members of the Eastern Shore of Maryland Educational Consortium

(ESMEC) because of their adoption of the Keenan Pharmacy Purchasing Coalition sponsored by MABE.

The savings arise because of superior contractual pricing terms of the drugs themselves and effective

clinical management programs that help reduce wasted costs that arise because of inefficient prescribing

practices of the physicians.

Room: 205 HR

Introduction to Building Enclosure Commissioning and LEED v4

Michael Myer, Project Manager, Kibart, Inc.

LEED v4 has now incorporated Building Envelope Commissioning into its Green Building Certification
process. With the rising complexity of today’s modern building enclosures, methods of ensuring quality
in the construction of these systems and assemblies is more important than ever. With this Introduction
to Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) and LEED v4, Owners will be able to better understand the
vital role that their building’s enclosure plays in the overall performance of their facility, know the basic
steps of the BECx process and how it interacts with the overall construction schedule. The presentation will
also identify key deliverables that help ensure a successful BECx experience. Key takeaways will include
lessons learned on past projects, including how to avoid critical mistakes and unnecessary testing in the
BECx process.

Room: 206 Fa

Leading Ladies: Lessons from Broadway to the Boardroom

Jess Gartner, Chief Executive Officer, Allovue, Inc.

The presenter will share leadership tips by blending tales from her personal experience as a woman in

the education finance business with lessons from the leading ladies of showbiz. We hope to see all the

Guys and Dolls of MD ASBO at this Wicked fun and interactive session about How to Succeed in Business

Without Really Trying.

Room: 207 Ad L



MONDAY, 11:40 -12:40 p.m.

Naloxone Training for Opioid Overdose

Lynn Suarezapecheche, Coordinator of Special Programs, Worcester County Health Department

Opioid overdose and deaths are an epidemic nationally and in the State of Maryland. The Maryland
Department of Health (MDH) and the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) recognizes
the role of school health services (SHS) programs in responding to this epidemic. In 2017, the General
Assembly passed the Heroin and Opioid Education and Community Action Act of 2017, also known as
the “Start Talking Maryland Act.” The bill requires county boards to establish policies for obtaining and
storing overdose-reversing medications, including naloxone, and for school nurses, school health services
personnel, and other school staff to administer those medications. Join us, as we will provide training to
identify opioid overdose and how to administer naloxone to save a life. When completed with session you
will meet the requirements in Maryland to obtain and administer naloxone.

Room: 208 HR S

MONDAY, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Omnia Partners; There is More Purchasing Power in Partnership

Greg Melenchen, Regional Manager, and Matthew East, Director of Partner Development; Omnia Partners

We are proud to announce that National IPA and U.S. Communities are now part of OMNIA Partners-the
nation’s largest purchasing organization in procurement and supply chain management. With our even
bigger team of experts dedicated specifically to municipal buying, and the nation’s most comprehensive
portfolio of products and services, all from industry leading suppliers, OMNIA Partners empowers your
complex agency to make budgets work harder than ever. Our participants join together to leverage their
volumes, commanding higher discounts from manufacturers, distributors and other vendors.

Room: 201 P

FOIA: Legal Issue Do’s & Don’ts

Heather Stansbury, Board Attorney, Worcester County Public Schools

In this session the presenter will discuss Freedom of Information Act requests and what school systems
should be aware of before they respond to them.

Room: 202 Ad



MONDAY, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

FERPA, COPPA, CIPA, & Maryland House Bill 568: What’s The Big Deal?

Tedd Gardner, Director of Technology Infrastructure, Frederick County Public Schools

There are many Federal and State regulations governing the responsibilities of Local Education Agencies
(LEAs) in protecting students from the online threats of a connected instructional environment. Family
Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), Children’s
Internet Protection Act (CIPA), and Maryland House Bill 568, are four of the most important to understand
as Maryland LEAs expand the use of technology to deliver classroom instruction and convert to 21st
century operational practices. This session will provide an overview of the most important aspects of these
regulations, the challenges to fidelity of implementation, and some methods to meet these requirements.

Room: 203 IT

2019 Legislative Session Highlights: New Education Laws in Maryland

John R. Woolums, Esq., Maryland Association of Boards of Education

This session will provide a comprehensive summary of the education funding and policy outcomes of the
2019 session of the Maryland General Assembly. This year saw the passage of the Kirwan Commission’s
Blueprint for Maryland’s Future and many other education-related bills in the areas of curriculum and
assessments, school facilities, special education, student health, student discipline, school calendars,
employee relations, and more. Attending this session will provide clear and concise descriptions of all new
education laws and the state budget for the 2019-2020 school year.

Room: 204 Fa HR

Technology Solutions for Operations Efficiency

Josh Peach, Dude Solutions

Learn How Technology Solutions Can Make Your Operations Department More Efficient IT Fa
Room: 205
Pavement Options (Investments) for Schools

Robert Hackman, P.E., Senior Consultant, GeoMaterials Consulting, LLC

Too often, reactive and short-term decisions are made regarding pavement materials on school properties.
We often overlook the real-life cycle costs of our pavements. Since schools involve long term investment
properties, everyone should consider investing in pavements that achieve good returns. This presentation
will show you several ways concrete pavements can help maximize a school’s return on investment.

Room: 206 Fa



MONDAY, 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.

School Finance is a Civil Rights Issue

Jess Gartner, Chief Executive Officer, Allovue, Inc.

You’ve heard about the Achievement Gap, but what about the Resource Gap? Do inequitable outcomes

reflect inequitable inputs? Education finance is more than just spreadsheets and budget hearings - it is

a civil rights issue. The quality and availability of educational resources have a direct impact on student

outcomes. Education finance data is often cloaked in mystery because the format and presentation of

budget and spending data are complex and difficult to comprehend. By modernizing financial systems and

processes, districts can make budgeting more strategic and equitable, ensuring that every student has the

resources they need to be successful in school.

Room: 207 Ad

Design for Safe and Healthy Children

Ann Neeriemer, AIA, LEED AP, Associate at Perkins Eastman DC

A research team at Perkins Eastman has undertaken a study of factors that contribute to the safety and
security of schools. The initial premise of the study is that students learn better and are more successful
when they feel safe. The study gathers data and research from many sources to understand the many
aspects relating to child development, mental health, and well-being. In this session, the team will present
over-arching themes recognized from this research and discuss some of the unique perspectives provided
from case study schools in rural, suburban, and urban locations.

Room: 208 Fa S

TUESDAY, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Preparing for ESSA. Analyzing Early Exploration of Site-Based Results to Create
the Districts Narrative

Bob Manikas, Senior Account Executive and Eric Smith, Vice President of Marketing and Partnerships,
Forecast5 Analytics

The new ESSA site-based financial reporting requirements present both challenges and opportunities.
The availability of financial data broken down by school building should lead to meaningful conversations,
but it could also lead to challenging questions that school leaders need to be prepared to address. As the
topic of equity moves to center stage in the ESSA era, this session will be an exercise of the key strategies
of developing a district narrative using the early exploration of results as the foundation.

Room: 201 Ad



TUESDAY, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Family Feud P-Card Topics Everyone Needs to Know!

Bill Meekins, Purchasing Agent, and Hope Miller, Procurement Card Administrator;
Frederick County Public Schools

Join the finance “P-Card” team as they have fun debating multiple P-Card topics through an interactive

session by playing the famous game show, “Family Feud.”

Room: 202 P Ad

Critical Student Transportation Issues

Gabriel Rose, Transportation Director, MSDE

This session will be dedicated to current critical student transportation issue from a regional and national
perspective. What is the latest on seat belts, unfortunate crashes and NTSB updates, State financial
resource allocation to our school districts, records management, latest best practices, the legislative
update, unique local initiatives and objectives summary. This will be a “need to attend” session.

Room: 203 T
An Update of the Maryland Kirwin Commission

Leslie Pellegrino, Chief Financial Officer, Frederick County Public Schools, and Rachel H. Hise,
Policy Analyst, General Assembly of Maryland, Department of Legislative Services

The Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education (Kirwan Commission) released a preliminary
report in February 2019 which proposes to set the stage for the next decade of changes to Maryland’s
Education landscape. The report centered around five education policy areas: Early Childhood Education,
Teachers and Leaders, Career and College Readiness Pathways, More Resources to Ensure Success for
All Students and Governance and Accountability, recommendations on funding as well as potential timeline
and implementation schedules. This update will provide a history of the Kirwan Commission’s work, the
preliminary recommendations and any corresponding legislation from the 2019 Session as well as the
future work of the Commission as it relates to State-aid formula funding.

Room: 204 Ad
Sexual Harassment - Stepping Up to Stop It

Curtis Scott, Senior Manager, Employee Relations, Frederick County Public Schools

The recent national news reports of serious harassment cases suggests employers’ practice of mandating
annual anti-harassment compliance training on “what” inappropriate conduct is may not be effective.
Research suggests that linking workplace values can help to inform employees “how” the inappropriate
conduct can exist and continue in the workplace. Exploring values may also show them “why” they
should and can act to intervene to stop the conduct. Frederick County Public Schools’ revamped sexual
harassment training combines workplace values training and interactive role plays to teach and empower
employees not to be enablers but to intervene to stop harassment.

Room: 205 HR



Bay-Brook K-8 School “Feeling safe at
Baltimore City Public Schools school translates
into higher academic

increased student

well being, and
greater engagement.”

~ Educating the Whole Child, ASCD 2012

Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates - Architects
Towson, MD | 410-528-0272


TUESDAY, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Beyond LEED: Maintaining Green Buildings After Construction is Complete

Sally Parker, Sustainability Officer, District of Columbia Public Schools

The LEED rating system is the industry standard for green building design and construction. But after the

dust has settled and the certification is earned, how can school districts maintain buildings to the same

green standard? Sustainability officers from DC Public Schools, Prince George’s County Public Schools,

and Baltimore City Public Schools will discuss the challenges of integrating green principles into daily

operations and opportunities to introduce sustainability into classrooms.

Room: 206 Fa

How to Develop and Implement a Digital Transformation Strategy to Enhance the
Student Learning Experience

Elisa Esposito, Senior Manager, Channel Marketing, Higher Education, Ricoh USA, Inc.

Digital Transformation (DX) in K-12 requires a strategy by which a school district leverages existing
systems or explore new ones that enhance the student learning experience as well as advance operational
excellence. There are several elements of DX planning that impact not only students but teachers, staff,
administrators and parents as well. This presentation will guide school administrators towards an overall
understanding of DX and provide a starting point within the district ecosystem for both academic and non-
academic planning.

Room: 207 IT

Make Yourself Indispensable: Succession Planning for Support Services

Joseph Licata, Ret. Chief of Administration, Harford County Public Schools

Most support services administrative leadership employees in Maryland public school districts are

considered “at-will” employees, and do not enjoy all the same protections as do the certificated

administrative personnel when reductions in force are necessary due to budgetary constraints. Additionally,

most organizations face a “brain-drain” as the number of eligible retirees has reached significant levels

throughout the state. In this session, you will learn how to make yourself “indispensable” to your district

through formal succession planning and cross-training initiatives. These initiatives will not only enhance

your individual employment longevity within your school district but will help your organization develop a

systemic “grow your own” program for future leaders.

Room: 208 HR L

Food & Nutrition Roundtable Discussion

Beth Brewster, Supervisor of Food Services, Caroline County Public Schools

Roundtable discussion of current issues in Food & Nutrition. FN
Room: Kitchen Tasting Room



TUESDAY, 11:40 - 12:40 p.m.

Cycle Time for Procurement

Teri Dennison, Continuous Improvement Specialist, and Doug Pindell, Director of Purchasing;
Howard County Public Schools

This class will discuss developing collaborative relationships between all departments within your
organization, outlining the cycle time for purchasing to collaborate with offices/staff prior to starting the pre-
submittal process for Bids, contracts, and sole source procurement, ensuring that all staff understand what
it takes to develop an RFP and all steps in between prior to the board approval process and what it takes to
get there.

Room: 201 Ad P
Impact Aid Fundamentals

Anne O’Brien, Director of Communications,
National Association of Federally Impacted Schools (DC)

Impact Aid is a Federal education program that reimburses school districts for the lost revenue and
additional costs associated with the presence of nontaxable Federal property. This session will offer
an overview of the program for both those new to Impact Aid and those interested in refreshing their
knowledge. In addition to a quick look at the history of Impact Aid (now Title VII of ESSA), topics to be
discussed include who is eligible, how to apply, how funding is determined and distributed, and much more.

Room: 202 Fa Ad

Bus Personnel Training Initiatives

Bill Fleming, Sr., Transportation Director, Dorchester County Public Schools

As a follow-up to the November 2018 ASBO Fall Conference, the primary focus will be to address school

bus security vulnerability and discuss available techniques dedicated to minimizing the inherent security

exposure. Why is the bus so vulnerable, how might such be mitigated or perhaps even put to advantage?

What tactics might indeed prevent attack? What communication initiatives are in place, or should be in

place, ready to go for expeditious implementation? What might your bus operators need to know and

understand right now and how might that key message be delivered? What, not who, is ALICE? It will be an

open discussion, always looking for the better idea making our buses and child passengers safest.

Room: 203 ST

Breakfast – Your Other Revenue Source!

Bill Kreuter, Supervisor of Food and Nutrition Services, and Crystal Richardson,
Food Service Supervisor; Charles County Public Schools

Increasing revenues to the food service program with little increase in labor cost by moving breakfast into
the classroom.

Room: 204 FN



TUESDAY, 11:40 - 12:40 p.m.

The Future of American Health Care Reform

Monica Schermier Pritz, Specialist, ACA Consultant, American Fidelity

After a frenzy of activity, the dust has begun to settle on legislative efforts to impact the health care reform
landscape. In this talk, we’ll address the current state of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
(ACA). Topics covered include the impact of tax reform and recent federal rule-making, the outlook for the
Cadillac Tax, the future of tax-advantaged medical savings plans, and other plan design considerations
employers should keep top-of-mind.

Room: 205 Ad HR

Updates on State Initiatives to Meet the Facility Needs of 21st Century Students

Robert Gorrell, Executive Director, Maryland Public School Construction Program;
Moderator will be Lori Walls, Director Client Relations, Crabtree, Rohrbaugh Associates

Facilities cannot be addressed with a one size fits all solution. The State has developed a process to
ensure LEA’s have construction programs that are fiscally sustainable and sufficiently support the 21st
Century needs of students. The presenter will provide updates on the Statewide Facility Assessments,
Educational Specification Workgroup, square footage cost vs. cost per square foot per student, State/Local
Funding and more.

Room: 206 Fa

Shaping Culture - Why do it, and Where do you Start?

Robert Wilkinson, Maintenance & Operations Director, Frederick County Public Schools

All organizations have a culture. Compelling, respectful cultures rarely evolve naturally. Effective cultures

are shaped and cultivated by leaders. Sizable organizations have pockets of culture. So, as a leader

you have the ability to shape culture, whether for the entire organization, or just for your team. Don’t

view organizational culture as something that you are subject to, or something with inherent potency that

renders it impervious to change. Shaping culture leads to improvement, and the pursuit of excellence

without a cultural focus is futile. To shape culture, leaders simply need the confidence to start, and a few

minor successes to maintain momentum. Simply put, “doing something is better than doing nothing.” In

this session we will define culture, explore common cultural foibles, and explore effective approaches to

cultural shaping. We will share our successes and failures, exchange supportive ideas, and emerge better

positioned to shape culture.

Room: 207 HR L



TUESDAY, 11:40 -12:40 a.m.

ASBO 101

Jeff LaPorta, Executive Director, ASBO MD&DC, and John Hutchison, CPA, MBA, SFO, Deputy
Superintendent for Business and Operations, Olathe Public Schools, Kansas

Learn about how to get involved as an ASBO Board member, how to apply for awards, scholarships and
the benefits of participating in ASBO.

Room: 208

TUESDAY, 2:45 - 4:00 p.m.

Ethics....Taking the High Road

Debbie Groat, Coordinator, Baltimore Regional Cooperative Purchasing Committee

We will cover the idea of: Don’t get caught substituting your personal ethics for your school district’s ethics.

Room: 208 L

ASBO MD/DC Spring Conference May 19-21, 2019


700 702 704 AXA 706 Canon 710/712 Architectural 720 722 724 726 728 Frontline 730 ASBO 732 800
Equitable Solutions Daycon Turner ArchScan HavTech Harry Eklof
MySchoolB Weidenha 708 Luxout Window Manufacturing 714 Virco Construction Keenan Education Int'l
623 801
ucks mmer Fitch Co. Waldon
Studio Arch.
601 Ward 603 JJ 605 Online 607 609 611 Viega 613 One 615 625 Lakeshore 627 National 629 Cintas 631/633 Rutherford 635 Sparks
Boland Flooring School Meridian Standard Learning Chemical at Play 802
Mgmnt Imaging Graphics Source Assoc Moseley Architects Supply Hpsubfloor

AISLE 600 803/804
600 602 Axis 604 606 Henley 610 Office 612 Digital 614 616 TJ 620 The 624 The 626 Window 630 Air 632 634 Power Rohrbaugh &
Rudolphs Const. American Distributor Garland Co. Snead Co. Film Depot Mechanical Interface School
Communic Forecast5 Depot Designs 622 Kronos Assoc EXIT
Office Tennis
ations Analytics Courts 805 Modern EXHIBITS FLOOR MAP
501/503 Gilbert 505 TRA, 507 Cole 511 TIPS 513 Keller 515/517 En- 521 Allovue 523 525 U 527 Sharp 531/533 Aireco 535 Mobile
Inc. Roofing Cunningham S Communitie AutoGas Modular 806
Architects Net Advanced Products Schrader
AISLE 500 807

Entrance 502/504/506 Ark 510 Tremco 512 MD 514 Delta 516 520 522 524 Miller 526 Gannet 530 Musco 532 534 Ecolab Tarkett /
Systems Correctional Dental American Playground Ion Wave Sports Enterprise Tandus
MAIN LOBBY Specialists Flooring Fleming Lighting
Fidelity Cabling 808
Acme Paper
403 405 Altro 407 411 Noelker 413 Engenium 415 Weigand 417 Smolen 421 Gales 423 Staples 425 Henry 427 Abacus 431 EBL 433 Dell 435 Phillips
Sodexo Duplicator & Hull Group Emr Ilkovitch Associates Adams Sports Engineer Way EXIT



400/402/404 Douron 406 Bobrick 410 MK 412 Polysonics 414 Design 416 Whiting- 420 Oak 422 WBCM 424 426 SC 430 Adtek 432 Patcraft 434 Allegion EXIT
Consulting Collective Turner Contracting Educational Johnson
301 303 TCA 305 Dustin 307 Hord 311 GWWO 313 RMF 315 Lend 317 Kibart 321 Gipe EMH Systems 327 Public 331 North 333 US 335 Control
Johnson Architect Const. Coplan Engineer Lease Environment Planning School Works Point Omni Sources
Controls Macht
al 325 Alban Builders


300 Ricoh 302 304 Kurtz 306 310/312 Grimm & 314 James 316 JMT 320 Daikin 322 324 Becker 326 Trane 330 332 HESS 334 Allen
USA Gilbane Bros. Certwood Applied BKM Morgan Chartwells & Shariff
Parker Posey (Rubling)

201 Baron 203 205 207 KCI 211 Hughes 213 Exel 215 217 ASSA 221 Swirnow 223 225 C.N. 227 CareFirst 231 Maryland 233 235 J.
Stage Scranton Buckeye Technologie Precision ABLOY Modern Ready Mix Dude Vinton
Products Group Dryer Concrete Controls Robinson Dental Solutions Schafer


200 Weyer's 202 HCGI 204 Manns 206 Data 210/212 American 214 CQI 216 N.P. 220 GovDeals 222 Little 224 Equal 226 CareFirst 230 PEPPM 232 234 N.H.
Hartford Woodward Business Pipino Diversified Level Colimore Yates
Systems Design Architect EXIT

Entrance 101 103 Konica 105 107 VALIC 111 L&L 113 BEST 115 JJ 117 121/123 Macro 125 127 Tyler 131 Mohawk 133/135 Keystone
American Minolta Sparten Kiln Access Haines Frederick Chesapeake Tech Group Purchasing
Surfaces Technologies
Bus Solutions Ward Systems


110 112 114/116 Americhem 118 Studio 120 Newman 122 Brady 124 126 128 Delta 130 Horace
MD Mannington Quinn Evans Assurance
Reprograhics JAED Architect Industries Engineer Mann
Architects Media


Abacus Sports Installations LLC Booth 427

2330 Dairy Rd, Lancaster, PA 17601


Abacus supplies and installs various types of sports flooring. This includes Padenpor synthetic,

Ominsport, and recycled rubber.

Acme Paper and Supply Co. Booth 808

8229 Sandy Court, Savage, MD 20763


Acme Paper & Supply is a third generation, family-owned distribution company whose goal

is to supply clients with a wide array of janitorial and food-service supplies, quickly, efficiently

and cost-effectively.

ADTEK Engineers, Inc. Booth 430

97 Monocacy Blvd, Unit H, Frederick, MD 21701


ADTEK Engineers Inc. provides civil, structural, and light gauge engineering services, and

has worked on hundreds of K-12 projects throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC.

Air Mechanical Solutions, Inc. Booth 630
6500 Commonwealth Drive, Roanoke, VA 24018

Classroom Climate Control Solutions

Aireco Advanced Products Group (APG) Booths 531, 533

PO Box 414, Savage, MD 20763


Mitisubishi Electric Variable Refrigerant Flow Zoning Systems, Premisys DOAS Rooftop

Units & Diamond Controls

Alban Engineering Booth 325

303 International Circle, Suite 450, Hunt Valley, MD 21030


Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Consulting Engineering firm specializing in K- 12

educational facilities. AEI expertise in developing energy savings and cost effective solutions

to meet owner’s goals.

Allegion Booth 434

7165 Masters Road, New Market, MD 21774-6937


Allegion’s pioneering, security brands help keep people safe where they live, work and visit.

Allen & Shariff Engineering, LLC Booth 334

205 E. Market St., Salisbury, MD 21801


M/E/P engineering design, Energy Modeling, Commissioning, Energy Systems Evaluation

and Designs

Allovue, Inc. Booth 521

12 W. Madison Street, Suite 220, Baltimore, MD 21201


Allovue combines the power of financial technology with education date, empowering K-12

administrators to connect spending to student achievement.



Altro Booth 405
80 Industrial Way, Wilmington, MA 01887

Commercial floors and walls

American Bus Sales & Service Booth 101

195 Defense Highway, Annapolis, MD 21401


American Bus is a distributor of Thomas School Buses for Maryland and the District of Columbia.

We are the “Bus Professionals!”

American Design Associates, Inc. Booths 210, 212

9000 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21234


American Design Associates specializes in supplying the region with educational, institutional

and commercial furniture. Our team of experienced professionals have the knowledge and

know-how to bring out the best in your school or office.

American Fidelity Assurance Booth 516

12 Taft Court, Suite 120, Rockville, MD 20850


When it comes to helping protect your employees by offering supplemental benefits, it’s best to

partner with a company who has the expertise in your field and understands your unique needs.

American Tennis Courts Booth 614

4051 North Point Rd., Baltimore, MD 21222


Athletic Courts & Running Track Construction and Refurbishment. Asphalt & Concrete Paving.

Americhem International, Inc. Booths 114, 116
9514 Deereco Rd, Timonium, MD 21093

Janitorial supplies, chemicals, equipment, paper goods, plastics and packaging

Architectural Window Manufacturing Corporation Booths 710, 712
359 Veterans Boulevard, Rutherford, NJ 07070

Manufacturer of energy efficient, high performance aluminum windows.

ArchScan, LLC Booth 724

150 Penrod Ct., #l, Glen Burnie, MD 21066


Large and small-format document scanning and management services. We organize, digitize

and create a digital library.

ARK Systems, Inc. Booths 502, 504, 506

9176 Red Branch Road, Columbia, MD 21045


ARK Systems provides, installs, maintains, & tests commercial fire alarm, sprinkler, security,

camera, card access, voice, data, video, and audio visual systems.

ASBO International Booth 730

11401 North Shore Drive, Reston, VA 20910


A professional association that provides programs and services to promote the highest standards

of school business management practices, professional growth, and the effective use of

38 educational resources.


ASSA ABLOY - Door Security Solutions Chesapeake Booth 217

4931-C Green Valley Rd, Monrovia, MD 21770


The global leader in door and hardware products to provide security, life safety, aesthetic

and sustainable solutions and support services.

Assurance Media Booth 126

590 Century Blvd, Suite B, Wilmington, DE 19808


Assurance Media enables educational organizations by providing premise security, audio

visual, ands structured cabling solutions from a leading edge single-source vendor.

AXA Equitable Booth 704

6200 Old Dobbin Lane, Suite #100, Columbia, MD 21045


AXA Equitable is the network of financial consultants representing AXA Financial. We are

the people who meet with clients everyday to develop customized investment, risk management, a

nd finance planning strategies.

Axis Communications Booth 602

300 Apollo Drive, Chelmsford, MA 01824


As the global market leader in network video, Axis is driving the industry by continually l

aunching innovative network products based on an open platform - delivering high value to

customers through a global partner network.

Baron Stage Curtain and Equip Co., Inc. Booth 201

1910 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21230


For nearly 90 years Baron Stage Curtain & Equipment Co. Inc. has designed, fabricated

and installed stage, studio and multi-purpose room curtains for schools, churches and theaters.

Becker Morgan Group, Inc. Booth 324

312 West Main Street, Suite 300, Salisbury, MD 21801


Architectural & Engineering firm focused on providing design solutions that are creative,

functional and inspiring while meeting budget and schedule parameters. Our educational

studio provides designs tailored to the needs of students, faculty, community and administration.

BEST Access Solutions / Dormakaba USA Booth 113

6161 E 75th St, Indianapolis, IN 46250


BEST Access Solutions is a manufacturer of Premium Grade 1 Door Products, both mechanical

and electronic, with a strong focus on educational applications.

Bobrick/Architectural Resources, Inc. Booth 406
29 Mainland Road, Harleysville, PA 19438

Graffiti resistant and privacy toilet partitions.

Brady Industries of Maryland Booth 122

1200 Hampton Park Blvd., Ste. 200, Capitol Heights, MD 20743


Brady offers a full line of janitorial, sanitation, cleaning equipment, laundry, warewash,

and food service products.



Buckeye Cleaning Center Booth 205

1002 Wilso Drive, Baltimore, MD 21223


Buckeye manufactures a full line of green seal certified cleaning and maintenance products to i

nclude our Symmetry hand hygiene line and our Reflections wood floor care line. We also carry

a full line of allied products to include paper, trash can liners, floor pads, etc.

Burdette, Koehler, Murphy & Associates, Inc. (BKM) Booth 322

1416 Clarkview Rd, Baltimore, MD 21209


BKM is a LEED accredited mechanical/electrical engineering firm specializing in the design

of K-12 schools, universities, laboratories, commercial, housing and healthcare facilities.

Canon Solutions America Booth 706

6011 University Blvd, Suite 460, Ellicott City, MD 21043


Canon Solutions America, Inc., a Canon U.S.A. Company, provides leading enterprise,

production, and large format printing, solutions, supported by exceptional professional

service offerings. Visit

CareFirst BCBS (Dental) Booth 227

10802 Red Run Blvd, Owings Mills, MD 21117


Carefirst Dental is the leading provider of dental benefits in Maryland; delivering the #1

network with the highest negotiated provider discounts in the region, combined with one

of the largest national networks.

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShileld Booth 226

10455 Mill Run Circle, Owings Mills, MD 21117


In its 82nd year, Carefirst, an independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield

Association, is a not-for-profit health care company which, through affiliates and subsidiaries,

offers a comprehensive portfolio of health insurance products and administrative services to

3.2 million individuals and groups in Maryland, DC and Northern Virginia.

Certwood Limited Booth 306

11 Technology Way, Wintersville, OH 43952


StorSystem by Certwood: Premier Holistic Modular Storage Solutions managing clutter

within active learning environments. Integrates High-Capacity Shatterproof Tote Trays

utilizing Glide-&-Tilt System.

Chartwells K-12 Booth 330

4025 Windsor Place Drive, Winston Salem, NC 27106


Chartwells is a foodservice management company in the public school community. We help s

tudents make the connection that their diet can affect how they feel, look and perform; satisfying

each customer’s unique needs.

Chesapeake Systems, LLC Booth 125

7400 Coca Cola Drive, Hanover, MD 21076


Regional Manufacturers REP. Providing products and services in the HVAC industry. Products:

Armstrong Pumps, EVAPCO Towers, Danfoss VFD’s, PK Boilers.



Cintas Corporation Booth 629

3951 Dartmouth Ct, Frederick, MD 21703


Cintas is committed to improving the lives of our customers, partners and communities by

integrating environmentally sustainable practices, principles and solutions across our business

lines. Uniforms, Facility Services, First Aid & Safety, Fire Protection.

CNR Lighting Supply Co, Inc. Booth 225

4318 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21227


CNR is committed to providing its customers with energy efficient lighting technologies,

light/energy audits, assistance with utility rebates, excellent customer service and unrivaled


Cole Roofing Co. Booth 507

3915 Coolidge Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21229


Cole Roofing Company is a full service commercial roofing/sheetmetal contractor. We have

the experience and expertise unmatched in the industry.

Colimore Architects, Inc., an ATI Company Booth 232

1240 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21230


Colimore Architects focuses a large portion of our practice on 21st century K-12 teaching

environments for Maryland school systems, from systemic renovations to new facilities.

Control Sources Booth 335

8860 Kelso Drive, Essex, MD 21221


As the #1 Schneider Electric Partner in Maryland, Control Sources specializes in the e

ngineering, programming, installation and service of BAS and ATC.

CQI Associates, LLC Booth 214

10729 B Birmingham Way, Woodstock, MD 21163


Providing consulting services to assist public and private clients to develop programs that

optimize energy resources and improve facilities management practices. Services include assessment

of existing facilities, program planning, staff training, operations improvements, energy retrofit

project planning, energy procurement, and LEED/Green building management programs.

Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates Booths 804, 803

100 West Road, Suite 402, Baltimore, MD 21204


Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates offers complete services in the areas of architecture, engineering,

landscape design, site planning, interior architecture, and construction administration.

Cunningham Recreation/Gametime Booth 523

P.O. Box 487, Queenstown, MD 21658


Park and playground equipment, safety surfacing, site furnishings, bleachers, water-play,

dog parks and inspection services. Design, theme options and installation.



Daikin Applied Booth 320

4831A Telsa Drive, Bowie, MD 20715

301-805-9800 ext 13

Daikin Applied is the largest commercial HVAC manufacturer in the world. Daikin is

engaged primarily in the development, manufacture, sales and after-market support of

heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) equipment, refrigerants

and other chemicals, as well as oil hydraulic products.

Data Business Systems Booth 206

156 Business Park Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23462


Computerized POS for public school cafeterias and fully integrated electronic payment system

for entire school divisions with separate profit center and reporting for each department.

Daycon Booth 720

16001 Trade Zone Ave, Upper Marlboro, MD 20774


Daycon provides Janitorial Supplies, Vendor Managed Inventory, Educational Classes on

Green Cleaning Assistance with becoming GS42 certified.

Dell EMC Inc. Booth 433

1 Dell Way, Round Rock, TX 78682


We are ready to help you transform your business and shape your future. IT transformation.

Security Transformation. Workforce Transformation. Brands: Dell, Dell EMC, Vmware,

RSA, Virtustream, Pivotal, SecureWorks.

Delta Dental Booth 514

One Delta Drive, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055


Delta Dental, America’s largest and most innovative dental benefits provider, covers more than

73 million people in the United States and Puerto Rico. We provide the greatest access to dental

care in the industry.

Delta Engineers, Architects & Land Surveyors Booth 128

8401 Connecticut Ave., Suite 350, Chevy Chase, MD 20815


Delta Engineers, Architects & Land Surveyors, DPC is a full service architectural, and

engineering firm with extensive experience in all phases of new and renovation facility projects

from concept through construction and administration.

Design Collective, Inc. Booth 414

601 East Pratt St, Suite 300, Baltimore, MD 21202


We are a multi-disciplinary and award-winning design firm that has successfully prepared

master plans, feasibility studies, and full-service design for public and private education clients.

Digital Designs Booth 612
14045 Ballantyne Corporate Pl, Suite 140, Charlotte, NC 28277

Invoice imaging, data capture, AP automation and vendor payment solutions.



Douron , Inc. Booths 400, 402, 404, 110

10 Painters Mill Road, Owings Mills, MD 21117


Douron is a leading Mid-Atlantic furniture dealership that works diligently to guide our

clients through the vast world of learning and workplace furnishings. We pride ourselves on

being genuine and dependable partners in business.

Dude Solutions, Inc. Booth 233

11000 Regency Pkwy Suite 110, Cary, NC 27518


Schooldude is the leading provider of maintenance management software designed specifically

for education, helping both large and small institutions save time and money.

Duplicator Sales Company, Inc. Booth 407

154 Lakefront Drive, Hunt Valley, MD 21030


Since 1954, providing educators with quality copy reproduction and print finishing equipment,

supplies and technical service.

Dustin Construction, Inc. Booth 305
2510 Urbana Pike, Ste 201, Ijamsville, MD 21754

General Contractor

EBL Engineers, LLC Booth 431

8005 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21234-5701


EBL Engineers is a consulting firm offering services since 1972 in mechanical, electrical,

fire protection and code consulting engineering.

Ecolab, Inc. Booth 534

120 Trotwood Drive, Canonsburg, PA 15317


Ecolab is the global leader in water, hygiene, and energy technologies. We help our customers

provide Clean Water, Safe Food, Abundant Energy and Healthy Environments.

Educational Systems Planning Booth 424

49 Old Solomon’s Island Rd., Annapolis, MD 21401


A group of educators, facilities planners and IT designers providing Voice, Video, Data, AV

and Security Systems communications infrastructure design n the K-12 market.

EMH Environmental Inc. Booth 323

3060 Washington Road, Route 97, suite 216, Glenwood, MD 21


EMH Environments Inc. provides modular classrooms, modular complexes and relocation

services of modular classrooms to all Maryland school systems. Ask about our bridge contracts

used throughout the State.

Engenium Group Booth 413
1017 O Street, Washington, DC 20001



En-Net Services Booths 515, 517

712 N. East Street, Frederick, MD 21701


En-net, LLC is an IT solutions partner with the US Federal Government, as well as State

and Local Governments, K-12 through Higher Education Schools and Universities. Specialized

in IT Infrastructure (“behind-the wall”), Cybersecurity Solutions, Hardware and Software

Applications, as well as Power Management Solutions.

Enterprise Cabling, Inc. Booth 532

203DD S. Heron Drive #104, Ocean City, MD 21842


Enterprise Cabling provides voice, data, fiber and telecom solutions along with security cameras,

wireless access and POE-LED lighting solutions.

EqualLevel Inc. Booth 224
11140 Rockville Pike, Ste 100-350, Rockville, MD 20852

Electronic procurement software and solutions.

Excel Dryer Inc. Booth 213

6445 River Run, Columbia, MD 21044


Excel Dryer, manufacturer of the original, patented, high speed, energy-efficient XLERATOR

and XLERATOReco hand dryers, is committed to providing the most hygienic hand drying

solutions to facilities around the world.

Fitch Co. Booth 623

2201 Russell St., Baltimore, MD 21230

Paper, Chemicals and Industrial Equipment Company.
Help your business leap into a cleaner, healthier, safer and greener environment.

Forecast5 Analytics, Inc. Booth 604

2135 City Gate Lane, Suite 420, Naperville, IL 60563


Forecast5 offers a suite of data analytic tools used for benchmarking, financial forecasting,

ESSA reporting, and student data analysis.

Frederick Ward Associates, Inc. Booth 117

5 South Main Street, Bel Air, MD 21014


Frederick Ward Associates is a certified small business that specializes in architecture, engineering,

surveying and planning. Since 1955 our professional team has been a trusted multidisciplinary

resource for the Mid-Atlantic region’s building, development, and construction industry.

Frontline Education Booth 728

1400 Atwater Drive, Malvern, PA 19355


Frontline Education is an integrated insights partner serving more than 12,500 educational

organizations and millions of educators in their efforts to develop the next generation of learners.

Bringing the best education technologies together in one integrated solution, Frontline supports

the front line of education in efficiently and effectively managing everything from recruiting,

hiring and absence management to professional learning, evaluation and special education.



Gale Associates, Inc. Booth 421

1122 Kenilworth Dr., Suite 206, Towson, MD 21204

Engineering firm specializing in building enclosure (roofs, windows, walls and waterproofing)

design and consulting, and athletic facility planning and design.

Gannett Fleming Booth 526

207 Senate Avenue, Camp Hill, PA 17011

For more than 40 years, Gannett Fleming has served as a trusted advisor to school and
university clients. We provide design, engineering program, and construction management

services for everything from signature buildings to minor renovations.

Gilbane Building Company Booth 302

1215 E Fort Ave, Baltimore, MD 21230

Gilbane Building Company provides construction management, general contracting and

design build services to K-12 and related educational institutions throughout Maryland.

Gilbert Architects Inc. Booths 501, 503

10451 Mill Run Circle, Suite 400, Owings Mills, MD 21117

Celebrating over 30 years of experience providing architectural and interior design services for
public K-12 schools. We provide school facility assessments, educational planning, cost estimating

and sustainable design services. Gilbert Architects are pioneers in off-site manufacture construction.

Gipe Associates, Inc. Booth 321

8719 Brooks Dr, PO Box 1147, Easton, MD 21601

Gipe Associates, Inc. is a regionally recognized mechanical, electrical, plumbing and technology
engineering firm specializing in planning, design, and construction administration for e

ducational, commercial and government entities.

GovDeals Booth 220

100 Capitol Commerce Blvd, Suite 110, Montgomery, AL 36117

GovDeals, Inc. provides online auction services for government agencies to conduct online sales

of their surplus vehicles, equipment and other items.

Grimm + Parker Architects Booths 310, 312

11720 Beltsville Drive, Suite 600, Calverton, MD 20705

Grimm + Parker is a diverse group of architects and designers who aspire to make our

communities wonderful places to live, learn and play.

GWWO Inc./ Architects Booth 311

800 Wyman Park Dr., Suite 300, Baltimore, MD 21211

GWWO is dedicated to improving learning environments for Maryland students through
innovative, sustainable, and cost effective planning and design for new schools, additions

and renovations.

Harry Eklof & Associates Booth 800

3401 Pennsy Drive, Landover, MD 20785

Manufacturer Representative for HVAC and Plumbing Products, Fujitsu VRF, Raypak Boilers
and Water Heaters, Modine DOAS and Commercial HVAC, High Efficiency Technologies, pipe

fittings to ADA Shower fixtures. 45


Havtech Booth 732

9505 Berger Road, Columbia, MD 21046


Havtech is the Mid-Atlantic’s largest and most experienced commercial HVAC equipment,

building automation systems, service and energy solutions provider in Maryland and the

metro DC region.

HCGI Hartford Booth 202

10440 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Ste 810, Columbia, MD 21044


Maryland’s friendliest computer integrator. Delivers & installs best of breed technology

like HP, IBM, Epson, Samsung & more.

Henley Construction Co., Inc. Booth 606

7940 Queenair Dr., Gaithersburg, MD 20879


Henley Construction Co, Inc. is a General Contracting / Design Build /

Construction Management firm specializing in educational facility construction within

Maryland and Virginia.

Henry Adams, LLC Booth 425

600 Baltimore Ave, Suite 400, Baltimore, MD 21204


Henry Adams is devoted to being the leading MEP engineering resource to both public

and private K-12 schools through its commitment to design excellence, customer service,

and unquestionable ethics.

HESS Construction + Engineering Services, Inc. Booth 332

804 West Diamond Ave., Suite 200, Gaithersburg, MD 20878


HESS focuses exclusively on meeting the construction needs of education clients by managing

the planning, design, and construction of innovative learning institutions.

Horace Mann Companies Booth 130
1 Horace Mann Plaza, Springfield, IL 62715

Horace Mann offers auto, home, life insurance, as well as retirement annuities.

Hord Coplan Macht Booth 307
700 East Pratt Street, Ste 1200, Baltimore, MD 21202

Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design.

Hughes Group Architects Booth 211

22630 Davis Drive, Suite 175, Sterling, VA 20164


Hughes Group Architects is an award-winning architecture firm focused on imagination,

vision, and value. Hughes Group has designed renovations, modernizations, and additions

of over 2 million SF of K-12 school space.

Interface Booth 632
1010 Wisconsin Avenue NW 710, Washington, DC 20007

Commercial flooring manufacturer specializing in carpet tile, LVT and Rubber.



Ion Wave Technologies Booth 522

3653 South Avenue, Springfield, MO 65807

Ion Wave specializes in Electronic Bidding, Bid Evaluation and Scoring, Contract
Management and Supplier Management.

J&J Flooring Group Booth 603
38 East 29th Street, New York, NY 10016

We sell Carpet Tile, Broadloom, Kinetex and LVT.

J. Vinton Schafer & Sons, Inc. Booth 235

1309Q Continental Dr., Abingdon, MD 21009


We provide Pre-Construction and Construction Management services for K-12, Higher

Education and other select markets.

James Posey Associates, Inc. Booth 314

3112 Lord Baltimore Drive, Baltimore, MD 21244


Mechanical and Electrical Engineers providing K-12 school design for 100+ years, in more

than 700 Maryland schools, including the state’s first LEED Gold certified school.

JJ Haines Booth 115
6950 Aviation Blvd, Glen Burnie, MD 21061

Johnson Controls, Inc. Booth 301

60 Loveton Circle, Sparks, MD 21152-9207


Johnson Controls manufactures, installs, & services products to create & ensure a safe,

sustainable & comfortable environment. Metasys. York, Tyco, Simplex Grinnell.

Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. ( JMT) Booth 316

40 Wight Ave, Hunt Valley, MD 21030


The Education Division of JMT is dedicated to providing intelligent, comprehensive design

and cm solutions to the unique challenges faced by K-12 clients.

KCI Technologies, Inc. Booth 207

936 Ridgebrook Rd, Sparks, MD 21152


KCI’s professional engineers, planners, surveyors, and construction managers are committed to

providing high quality and environmentally sensitive design solutions to public school agencies.

Keenan Booth 726

2355 Crenshaw Blvd, Suite 200, Torrance, CA 90501


The Keenan in partnership with MABE, offers school districts in the state of Maryland a unique

pharmacy benefit program designed to save 15-25% on their current prescription spend.

Keller Construction Management/Keller Brothers Booth 513

1012 Rising Ridge Road, Mount Airy, MD 21771


Keller provides preconstruction, construction management, project management, design-build,

general contracting, and minor construction services to meet the needs of K-12 clients.



Keystone Purchasing Network Booths 133, 135

90 Lawton Lane, Milton, PA 17847


KPN offers cooperative purchasing contracts from over 45 vendors from office and classroom

supplies to roofing and athletic surfaces.

Kibart Inc. Booth 317

901 Dulaney Valley Road, Suite 301, Towson, MD 21204


Mechanical, electrical, telecommunications engineering firm, and commissioning agents

specializing in new phased public school renovation projects. Our design solutions work.

Konica-Minolta Dealers of MD/DC Booth 103

508 Wycliff Court, Joppa, MD 21085


Konica Minolta is the copier/mfp manufacturer with #1 Brand Keys Award for 12 years in

a row serving MD and DC.

Kronos Incorporated Booth 622

900 Chelmsford St., Lowell, MA 01851


Spend less time on administration and more time helping students succeed. Innovative

Kronos solutions are designed to do just that!

Kurtz Brothers Booth 304

400 Reed Street, PO Box 392, Clearfield, PA 16830-0392

We are an industry leader in School Supplies, Furniture, and Equipment. From basic school

and office supplies through furniture delivery and installation, we apply our world class

customer service to every aspect of your experience with us.

L&L Kiln Mfg. Inc. Booth 111

505 Sharptown Rd, Swedesboro, NJ 08085


L&L Kiln Mfg Inc. builds ceramic school kilns with ceramic element holders that extend the

working life of school kilns, save money, and maintain a clean trouble free interior. See us at

Lakeshore Learning Materials Booth 625

2695 E. Dominguez St., Carson, CA 90895


Lakeshore Learning Materials has been providing schools with innovative products, training and

customized materials. Designed to meet state and national standards in early childhood

and elementary education our top-quality products are ideal for use throughout the curriculum.

Lendlease (US) Construction, Inc. Booth 315

1 Preserve Pkwy, Suite 700, Rockville, MD 20853


Lend Lease (US) Construction provides a full range of construction services including

construction management, general contracting, program management, project management,

design/build and consulting services.

Little Diversified Architectural Consulting Booth 222

4245 N Fairfax Drive, Suite 650, Arlington, VA 22203


Architecture, Engineering, Interior Architecture specif to K-12 and ECC (Both Public

and Private)



Luxout Products Booth 708

1221 Admiral Street, Richmond, VA 23220


Luxout has made high quality stage curtains for over 50 years. We have installations all over

the country from ABC Elementary to JFK Center in DC.

Mannington Commercial Booth 112

10101 Logan Drive, Potomac, MD 20854


Mannington is a U.S. owned, operated, manufacture of industry leading hard and soft surface


Manns Woodward Studios Booth 204

10839 Philadelphia Road, Baltimore, MD 21162


Architectural design firm with expertise in education and community-oriented architecture.

Marco Technologies (was Phillips Office Solutions Booths 121, 123

501 Fulling Mill Rd, Middletown, PA 17057


Marco is one of the largest technology providers in the country with over 35,000 clients

throughout the midwest and nationwide. We specialize in business IT services, copier/printer

solutions and managed and cloud services. Our technology experts breakdown complex solutions

into simple terms to position your business for success..

Maryland Correctional Enterprises Booth 512

7275 Waterloo Road, Jessup, MD 20794


Maryland Correctional Enterprises, prison industry arm of the Department of Corrections,

manufactures products while preparing offenders for employment upon release.

Maryland Ready Mix Concrete Association Booth 231

P.O. Box 617, Frederick, MD 21705


Visit the MRMCA booth to talk about information and opportunities for concrete: FREE

Design Assistance, Net Zero schools, High performance Building Envelope, Energy Efficiency,

Thermal Mass/Insulation/Air Penetrations, Fire Safety, Parking Lots and Bus Lanes.

Meridian Imaging Solutions Booth 607

5775 General Washington Dr., Alexandria, VA 22312


Studies show the use of color improves learning and comprehension. See low cost color printing

with inkjet high speed printers.

Miller Sports Company-Sports Construction Division Booth 524

827 Lincoln Ave, Suite 15, West Chester, PA 19380


Athletic Surfaces & Equipment - Design, Installation, Maintenance and Repair - Gymnasiums,

Tracks, Tennis Courts, Turf Fields - Stage and Dance Floors.

MK Consulting Engineers Booth 410

3300 Clipper Mill Road, Suite 201, Baltimore, MD 21211


MK is a woman-owned business (MDOT and City certified) providing excellent civil

engineering, cost estimating and landscape architecture services.



Mobile Modular Booth 535

4301-C Stuart Andrew Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28217


Mobile Modular has been a leading provider of relocatable classrooms and modular buildings

to school districts for over 30 years. Your Project - Our Commitment

Modern Controls Booth 223

7 Bellecor Drive, New Castle, DE 19720


Modern Controls is a Johnson Controls Authorized Building Control Specialist since 1993

and certified installers of Facility Explorer Building Automation Systems.

Modern Door and Equipment and Sales, Inc. Booth 805

4301 Charles Crossing Drive, White Plains, MD 20695


Over 35 years experience in the sale and service of operable partitions, athletic equipment

and telescopic bleachers.

Mohawk Group Booth 131
4270-H Henniger Court, Chantilly, VA 20151

Flooring: Carpet-LVT-Hardwood-Rubber

Moseley Architects Booth 615

8001 Braddock Rd., Suite 400, Springfield, VA 22151


For nearly 50 years, Moseley Architects has been a trusted partner to public schools. Our

designers and planners serve passionately alongside our highly valued clients to help realize

the most effective solutions for enriching teaching and learning experiences.

Musco Sports Lighting LLC Booth 530

100 1ST Ave. W., Oskaloosa, IA 52577


Musco ‘s TLC for LED technology delivers light quality and control for sports venues around

the world, and is backed by a long-term warranty.

MySchoolBucks - Heartland Booth 700

765 Jefferson Road, Rochester, NY 14623


MySchoolBucks by Heartland School Solutions, provides Districts and Parents with a single,

secure place to organize and manage all school related fees and purchases.

N. H. Yates & Co., Inc. Booth 234

117C Church Lane, Cockeysville, MD 21030


Manufacturer’s representative for plumbing, HVAC, plumbing and hydronic related products.

National Chemical Laboratories, Inc. Booth 627

401 N. 10th St, Philadelphia, PA 19123


Manufacturer of class cleaning and environmentally responsible products and programs.

Newman Architects PC Booth 120

1054 31st. Street NW, Suite 140, Washington, DC 20007


Newman Architects designs award-winning public schools. We work with school communities

50 to create inviting and efficient educational environments that foster a sense of community pride.

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