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2018 Fall Conference Program FINAL

2018 Fall Conference Program FINAL

2018 ASBO MD&DC
67th ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE

Friday, November 2, 2018

School Safety and Security is Everyone’s Business

692 Maritime Boulevard Linthicum Heights, MD 21090



INSIDE THE PROGRAM

Letter from the President.........................................................................................4
Agenda At-a-Glance................................................................................................5
Board Members 2018-2019.....................................................................................6
Committee Members 2018-2019......................................................................... 7-8
Letter from the Executive Director..........................................................................9
Maritime Conference Center (MCC) Floor Plan..................................................11
Keynote Speaker.....................................................................................................12
Exhibitor Listing....................................................................................................14
Exhibits Floor Map................................................................................................15
Education Session Descriptions....................................................................... 17-21
Phillips Best Practice Award..................................................................................22
Sponsor Appreciation.............................................................................................23
Exhibitor Directory.......................................................................................... 24-29

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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT

Christopher J. Hauge, CSBA
School Facilities Engineer
Dorchester County Public Schools

Welcome to the 67th Annual Fall Conference for the Association of School
Business Officials for Maryland and the District of Columbia! Our message
today is “School Safety and Security is Everyone’s Business”, no matter what
facet of school business or instructional support you represent. Whether you
are based at a school, Central Office, other support facilities or are transient;
today will engage on the most important topic in education today - Student and
Teacher Safety and Security.

Our day is dedicated to promoting a mindset of proactive student and
teacher safety and security. We will be discussing best practices; from well known,
proven strategies to emerging, evolving or current thinking from peers and
experts in your field. Today you will:

• Hear from your peers in every aspect of school business operations
about the proactive measures being used to increase or enhance the safety
of our students and teachers.

• Together we will see how a respected district business leadership team
implemented a complete, modern and engaging safety program for all
employees across the organization in an integrated fashion.

• Enjoy the company of your peers and recognized experts. Use every
opportunity-networking time, classes, lunch, transition times, general
sessions, etc. to maximize networking opportunities, find a mentor/
mentee and to discuss lessons learned, successes and challenges. Who else
knows your challenges better than your peers? Tap into this community
of wisdom.

• What does all of this mean? Listen to and understand the insights
and inspiration borne from very real, extreme loss to fully understand
why rapidly changing expectations on student, teacher and school
security issues are the highest priority facing our industry and
community.

Today will be powerful. You and your role in Supporting Excellence will
be affirmed. For many, thinking will be confirmed. For others, you may be
questioning preconceived or established norms or what you think is a unique
challenge. Let today’s experience and your peers inspire you. Consider taking an
active leadership role in your organization’s student, teacher and school security
conversation as appropriate. After all, School Safety and Security IS Everyone’s
Business!

Christopher J. Hauge

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AGENDA AT-A-GLANCE

7:30 - 8:30 AM Registration, Continental Breakfast and Exhibit Time
8:30 - 9:30 AM
9:00 - 9:10 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks by Ed Clarke, most recently serving as the
9:10 - 10:10 AM Executive Director of the Maryland Center for School Safety; Business Meeting

10:10 - 11:10 AM Transition Time
11:10 - 12:10 PM
Education Sessions (refer to pages 17-21)
12:10 – 1:15 PM
1:15 - 1:30 PM RM A111; FOOD AND NUTRITION—“Bioterrorism and Food Safety” - The
1:30 - 2:30 PM importance of food defense, where to find free food safety and defense resources
2:30 PM
RM A113; INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY—“Be Proactive: Plan for the
Unpredictable; a very visual and intriguing presentation that presents much of the
latest 3D and Drone Visual Technologies”

RM A300; FACILITIES—“Actively Mitigating Damages, Prior to a Threat Entering
the Building”

BRIDGE ROOM; SAFETY AND SECURITY—“Active Shooter Training”- An easy to
remember method to follow AVOID | DENY | DEFEND

RM A302; FACILITIES/HUMAN RESOURCES—“Understanding Cybersecurity;
Best Practices for Facility Control Systems and Data Management”

RM A303; TRANSPORTATION—“School Bus Threats”

RM A304; HUMAN RESOURCES/SAFETY CROSSOVER—“Building a Complete
Safety Program to Reduce Risk. Developing and Managing a School (District)
Safety Preparedness Strategy”

RM A306; HUMAN RESOURCES/PROCUREMENT & FINANCE/
ADMINISTRATIVE & FISCAL—“Are you Safe and Protected? MEMA Contract
Compliance for Reimbursements”

RM A307; LEADERSHIP—“Emergency Contracts; Do you Have Them and Why
you Need Them”

Dedicated Exhibit Time

General Session:
Milton Nagel, CPA, RSBA, Assistant Superintendent of Administrative Services,
Caroline County Public Schools; and Tom Strasburger, Vice President,
PublicSchoolWORKS—“School Safety Impacts All of Us - The 4 W’s and an H
of Safety”. In this session, we will explore the who, what, where, why and how of
school safety. We will discuss how each of us is critical to ensuring our schools are
safe, things to consider regarding areas we should consider as soft target areas of
school safety and explore ideas to consider that can improve the safety of all who
enter our schools.

Lunch

Phillips Best Practice Award Presentation and Retiree Recognition

Keynote Speaker: Michele Gay, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Safe and
Sound Schools—“School Safety: A Parent’s Perspective.” Michele tells her personal
story and recounts the lessons she learned on December 14, 2012 and in the
aftermath of the Sandy Hook School tragedy.

Conference Concludes

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2018-2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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......................................... Suzanne Jones
Caroline County Public Schools
Treasurer......................................... Timothy Brooke
Dorchester County Public Schools
Immediate Past President .............. Vincent Tolbert, CPA
Worcester County Public Schools
Emeritus......................................... Kenneth W. Nickoles, RSBO
District of Columbia, Retired
Executive Director.......................... Jeffrey LaPorta
ASBO MD&DC

DIRECTORS-AT-LARGE

Director-at-Large....... Craig Blackwell................................July 1, 2017-June 30, 2019
Howard County Public Schools
Director-at-Large....... Bridgette Hurt.................................July 1, 2017-June 30, 2019
District of Columbia Public Schools
Director-at-Large....... Stephen P. Starmer, C.P.M...............July 1, 2017-June 30, 2019
Frederick County Public Schools
Director-at-Large....... Daniele Haley..................................July 1, 2018-June 30, 2020
Somerset County Public Schools.....
Director-at-Large....... Leslie Pellegrino..............................July 1, 2018-June 30, 2020
Frederick County Public Schools
Director-at-Large....... Lori Walls........................................July 1, 2018-June 30, 2020
Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates

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2018-2019 COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS

Awards............................................................ Sam Slacum
Alan Gaddis Leadership Academy.............. Scott Germain
Budget............................................................. Christina Gates Gray
Conference Arrangements........................... Suzanne Jones
CEASOM........................................................ Christopher Hauge/Jeffrey LaPorta
Constitution & Bylaws.................................. Daniele Haley
Emeritus Representative............................Kenneth W. Nickoles, RSBO
Exhibits........................................................... Cynthia Reilly
Financial Oversight....................................... Leslie Pellegrino
Golf Tournament........................................... Sally Philbin/Tom Leary
Jacobus Scholarship....................................... Margaret Ellen Kalmanowicz
Membership & Outreach.............................. Sally Philbin
Nominations.................................................. Vincent Tolbert
Past Presidents Council ............................Charles T Leary, RSBO
Professional Development............................ Thomas Mulligan
Technology. Planning and Development... Christina Gates Gray

2018-2019 CONFERENCE ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE

Suzanne Jones (Chair).................................. Caroline County Public Schools
Jean Armstrong............................................ Baltimore County Public Schools
Brenda Basinger-Zimmerman...................... Charles County Public Schools
Melvin Burley............................................... Baltimore 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
Larry Musson, Co-Chair.............................. Montgomery County Public Schools
Patti Onheiser.............................................. Baltimore County Public Schools
Rick Raulie................................................... Cecil County Public Schools
Lori Walls..................................................... Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates
Ron Welker.................................................. Emeritus
Jason Wielgosz............................................. Caroline County Public Schools
Mario Williams............................................ Emeritus

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2018-2019 EXHIBITS COMMITTEE

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

2018-2019 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Tom Mulligan (Chair).............................Frederick County Public Schools
Renard Alexander ...................................District of Columbia Public Schools
Glenn Belmore .......................................Charles County Public Schools
Amanda Brewster....................................Caroline County Public Schools
Melvin Burley..........................................Baltimore County Public Schools
John Cavanaugh .....................................Johnson Controls
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
Danielle 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
Stephen Starmer......................................Frederick County Public Schools
Vincent E. Tolbert...................................Worcester County Public Schools
Lori Walls................................................Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates
Winship Wheatley..................................Emeritus

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LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Jeffrey LaPorta, CPPB
Executive Director

Association of School Business Officials
of Maryland and the District of Columbia

Do more with less. It’s a phrase school business officials are all too familiar
with. We’ve been doing this for so long, it has now become the norm. We’ve
learned to adapt to this new work culture that required us to either innovate or
almost certainly fail. SBOs are committed to the success of their school districts
so failure was never an option for anyone. Just as we are adjusting to this new
lean operating standard, we are continually being required to do even more.
More Federal guidelines. More State reporting requirements. More internal
demands. And frighteningly, more genuine safety concerns within each of our
districts.

A number of years ago, the security of the school campus was solely the
responsibility of the security department. They might spend their day policing
order, addressing vandalism or issues that would likely not lead to significant
personal peril. Today the threats we face on campus are significantly more
serious. So serious that they are no longer solely the responsibility of the security
department staff. Today, school safety and security is everyone’s business.

SBOs need to know that regardless of the department your job description
assigns you to, or irrespective of how close or far you work from the classroom,
the safety of the students and those around you is now also part of your
responsibility. Is this another item added on to your already overloaded “do
more with less” situation? Yes it is, but SBOs are a committed group that would
never shy away from their obligation. I’m sure our group will be vigilant to keep
our students and staff safe, and the steps you are taking here today at our 67th
Annual Fall Conference will assist you. Welcome to the conference, and stay safe!

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2018 FALL CONFERENCE

MCC FLOOR PLAN

Building 3 First Floor
North Academic Wing

Bridgeroom

Building 4 First Floor
South Academic Wing

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Michele Gay

Co-founder and Executive Director
Safe and Sound Schools

“School Safety: A Parent's Perspecitive”

1:30 - 2:30 PM in Auditorium

Following the tragic loss of her
daughter, Josephine, in the Sandy
Hook School tragedy, Michele
joined fellow Sandy Hook
mother Alissa Parker to establish
Safe and Sound Schools as a
national resource for school safety.

Michele tells her personal story and recounts the

lessons she learned on December 14, 2012 and

in the aftermath of the tragedy. She shares the

inspiring way she has chosen to help school communities improve school safety

in honor of her daughter, and in memory of the other 19 children and six teachers

lost on December 14, 2012. Michele’s perspective, as the mother of a special-needs

child and former elementary school teacher, provides unique insight and inspiration

for parents, administrators, school staff, emergency responders and community

members who strive to make their schools

safer. Michele Gay, as a presenter for Safe Michele’s outstanding
and Sound Schools, a 501(c)3 nonprofit

organization, brings an important message to keynote address
our communities and represents a powerful

presence in our national school safety was well received

community. ”by the 800+ school

“Our mission is to support school resource officers in
crisis prevention, response, and attendance and it
recovery, and to protect every school

“and every student, every day. We
have always — and only — focused truly set the stage for

on school safety. We are firm in our

mission and firm in our resolve, and a powerful close to our

we will continue to provide research- national school safety
based education, tools, and resources

to ensure the safest possible learning conference.
environment for the youth of our

nation.” ~ Mo Canady, Executive Director, National

~ www.safeandsoundschools.org Association of School Resource Officers, NASRO

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2018 67th ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE EXHIBITORS VENDOR BOOTH #

Aireco Advanced Products Group...............................................................34
American Design Associates.......................................................................37
American Fidelity.........................................................................................16
Burdette, Koehler, Murphy & Assoc.............................................................33
Chartwells K-12...........................................................................................10
Cole Roofing................................................................................................23
Crabtree, Rorhbaugh & Assoc.......................................................................9
Design Collective, Inc....................................................................................3
En-Net.........................................................................................................18
EqualLevel Inc.............................................................................................24
Frederick Ward Associates..........................................................................38
Gale Associates...........................................................................................35
Gilbert Architects Inc....................................................................................31
Grimm & Parker Architects..........................................................................28
Horace Mann Companies..............................................................................2
Hord Coplan Macht......................................................................................26
JMT..............................................................................................................20
Joffe Emergency Services...........................................................................22
Keenan........................................................................................................32
Keller Construction Management/Keller Bros..............................................17
Luxout Products.............................................................................................1
Maryland Correctional Enterprises..............................................................14
MEDSLED...................................................................................................12
Musco Sports Lighting...................................................................................8
N. H. Yates..................................................................................................36
Noelker and Hull Associates........................................................................13
Phillips Way.................................................................................................30
Plan Member/Paladin Advisor Group............................................................6
PowerSchool Group LLC.............................................................................21
PRIME AE Group, Inc..................................................................................15
Public Schoolworks.......................................................................................7
Rentacrate Enterprises/JK Moving..............................................................39
rSchoolToday...............................................................................................19
SchraderGroup..............................................................................................5
Securitech Group, Inc.................................................................................. 11
Sodexo........................................................................................................29
The Garland Co...........................................................................................27
TRA, Inc.........................................................................................................4
Viega...........................................................................................................25
Weigand Associates, Inc.............................................................................40

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2018 FALL CONFERENCE

AUDITORIUM CORRIDOR - EXHIBIT AREA

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2018 FALL CONFERENCE

EDUCATION SESSIONS

9:10 - 10:10 AM

FOOD AND NUTRITION: “Bioterrorism and Food Safety”

This presentation describes:

- The importance of food defense: For the safety and security of students
and school employees, schools should implement food defense measures to
prevent intentional, as well as unintentional, contamination. There is limited
awareness of food defense for schools, and it is important that schools use local
planning and communication with their community partners to cut through
the complexity.

· Complexities of the school food chain: There are many complex layers to
school foods—where foods come from, how foods get to schools, intervention
points, and who has jurisdiction. Food processing, distribution, storage and
transport chain is complex and differs across states and the nation.

· Food defense best practices: Schools should require their suppliers and
warehouses to have food defense plans to minimize risk along the entire supply
chain. When intentional contamination is suspected, law enforcement, health
departments and emergency management agencies need to work with schools
as a part of school or school district emergency operations.

· Where to find free food safety and food defense resources available to schools.

Room: A111

Speakers: Beth Brewster, Food Services Coordinator, Caroline County Public
Schools; Dr. Regina L. Tan, Director, Office of Food Safety, SNAS, FNS,
USDA; and Marianne Elbertson, Senior Food Defense Analyst, USDA-FSIS-
ODIFP

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: “Be Proactive: Plan for the Unpredictable”

This session will demonstrate how the latest Reality Capture technologies
are being used for critical safety preparedness initiatives. Visual technologies
present a proactive tool to assist in planning for unpredictable situations in
public areas. Come see how mapping of 2D imagery combined with 3D
immersive visual technology provides an interactive resource that supports
safety planning teams.

Room: A113

Speaker: Jason Donahoe, Senior Regional Partner, Multivista Mid-Atlantic

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2018 FALL CONFERENCE

EDUCATION SESSIONS

9:10 - 10:10 AM

FACILITIES: “Actively Mitigating Damages, Prior to a Threat
Entering the Building”

Throughout our nation, there have been increasing reports of tragic events
in schools and public buildings. Secured vestibules, cameras, security cards,
etc., while necessary, are no longer the only focus to avoiding these threats.
Therefore, methods for improving security needs to include everyone vested
in student safety. Being prepared is the first key to mitigating damages during
catastrophes—it may help to save your life and others!
Please join our dynamic panel of experts as they discuss best practices,
including Crime Prevention Thru Environmental Design and others, for
improving safety and security from the exterior of the facility, prior to a threat
entering the building.
Room: A300
Speakers: Maryland State Fire Marshall’s Office; Maryland Center for Public
School Safety; Annapolis First Responders; Baltimore County Public Schools;
Fairfax County Public Schools; and Crabtree, Rohrbaugh Architects.

SAFETY AND SECURITY: “Active Shooter Training - Avoid | Deny | Defend™”

Over the years we’ve seen response times shorten and the capabilities of law
enforcement increase. As a result of increased public awareness, many citizens
have asked what individuals can do to protect themselves and reduce the
dangers faced during one of these events. Avoid | Deny |Defend™ has been
developed as an easy to remember method for individuals to follow. As we’ve
seen, hiding and hoping isn’t a very effective strategy.

Rm: Bridgeroom (hall behind break area)
Speaker: Scott Blundell, Supervisor of Security and Emergency Management,
Frederick County Public Schools

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2018 FALL CONFERENCE

EDUCATION SESSIONS

9:10 - 10:10 AM

FACILITIES AND HUMAN RESOURCES: “Understanding Cybersecurity Best
Practices for Facility Control Systems and Data Management”

Every day there are new reports of cybersecurity threats, often resulting in data
theft and ransomware attacks that cost millions. The common conduit for these
attacks: a building's control system. It's no longer a question of if your facility's
control system will have a cybersecurity attack, but when. With the building
automation system market following ASHRAE's Standard 135 for BACnet
open protocol, what can be done to help reduce the risk of attack?
This PD session will address the steps necessary to protect a control system
from both customer design and specification perspectives. Learn how a risk-
based approach to cybersecurity can effectively manage and minimize cyber
vulnerability.
Room: A302
Speakers: Tyler Haak, US Northeast Business Development Manager,
Schneider Electric, and Bryan Buckner, Regional Partner Expert, Schneider
Electric
(CEU offered in this presentation)

TRANSPORTATION: “School Bus Threats”

This session will evaluate the potential threats on or around the school bus that
drivers and students may face on any given day. Participants will discuss how to
mediate those potential threats to maintain the safety of all parties involved.
Room: A303
Speakers: Desmond Hughes, Director of Transportation Services, Wicomico
County Public Schools

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2018 FALL CONFERENCE

EDUCATION SESSIONS

9:10 - 10:10 AM

HUMAN RESOURCES/SAFETY CROSSOVER:
“Building a Complete Safety Program to Reduce Risk. Developing
and Managing a School (District) Safety Preparedness Strategy”

In this session, we will explore pragmatic ideas you can utilize in making your
schools safe in relation to prevention, preparedness, response and recovery. We
will focus on prevention and preparedness ideas as those will determine how
effective your response is to a crisis. While we will touch on prevention and
preparedness initiatives related to compliance, safety and social and emotional
areas, the primary focus will be on active assailant events as we explore potential
drivers as well as preventing and preparing for the events themselves.
Room: A304
Speakers: Milton Nagel, CPA, RSBA, Assistant Superintendent of
Administrative Services, Caroline County Public Schools; and Tom
Strasburger, Vice President, PublicSchoolWORKS

HUMAN RESOURCES/PROCUREMENT & FINANCE/
ADMINISTRATIVE & FISCAL

“MEMA Contract Compliance for Reimbursements”

When an emergency hits, it’s a scramble to pull resources together to address the
need for immediate response. Should this emergency be eligible for MEMA
reimbursement? It is also important to ensure that you are poised to properly and
successfully apply for that reimbursement. Are you safe and fiscally protected?
Room: A306
Speakers: Sara Bender, Public Assistance Officer, Maryland Emergency
Management Agency (MEMA)

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2018 FALL CONFERENCE

EDUCATION SESSIONS

9:10 - 10:10 AM
LEADERSHIP:

“Emergency Contracts; Do you Have Them and Why you Need Them”
The State of Maryland, Department of General Services, works closely
with emergency responders and MEMA to ensure that requirements for
commodities and services are structured so that emergency needs are addressed
and are reimbursement eligible.
Room: A307
Speakers: Jennifer R. Gray, Director of Emergency Management, State of
Maryland, Department of General Services; Lisa McDonald, CPPB, Program
Manager, Commodity Procurement Units, State of Maryland Department of
General Services; and Danny Mays, CPPO, CPPB, CPSM, Program Manager,
Office of Procurement & Logistics, State of Maryland, Department of General
Services

Need a Break?

Have a snack in our Break Area

sponsored by:

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THE ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIALS OF
MARYLAND & DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Brice & Shirley Phillips
Best Practice Award

Sponsored by The ASBO MD & DC
Brice & Shirley Phillips

Best Practice Award
recognizes outstanding
practices and new ideas
that result in significant
contributions to school
systems or the profession

of school business
management, and can be
replicated by other school

business officials.

Past Recipients:

2017: "Emergency and Crisis Management Technology Always at Your Fingertips"
~ Glenn Belmore, Charles County
2016: "School Swap - A Continuous Improvement Project"
~ Teresa Dennison, Howard County
2015: "Managed Print Services"
~ Stephen Starmer, Frederick County Public Schools
2014: "Wireless Internet -Stimulating Creative Thinking and Unanticipated
Advancements for Maintenance"
~ Robert Wilkinson, Frederick County Public Schools
2013: "Blended Operations,"
~ W. Wesley Watts, Jr., Chief Information Officer, Prince George’s County Public
Schools
2012: "Leveraging High School Athletic Booster Volunteer Time Into Capital
Improvements"
~ Christopher J. Hauge, School Facilities Engineer, Dorchester County Public Schools

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THANK YOU

to our conference sponsors

67th ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE SPONSORS

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EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

Aireco Advanced Products Group (APG).................................................. Booth 34
PO Box 414, Savage, MD 20763
301-953-8800

Mitisubishi Electric Variable Refrigerant Flow Zoning Systems, Premisys DOAS
Rooftop Units & Diamond Controls

American Design Associates, Inc..............................................................Booth 37
9000 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21234
410-823-5500

American Design Associates specializes in supplying the region with educational,
institutional and commercial furniture. Our team has the knowledge and know how to
bring out the best in your school or office.

American Fidelity Assurance....................................................................Booth 16
7132 Office Park Drive, West Chester, OH 45069
877-518-2337

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.

Burdette, Koehler, Murphy & Associates, Inc. (BKM)...............................Booth 33
1416 Clarkview Rd, Baltimore, MD 21209
410-323-0600

BKM is a LEED accredited mechanical/electrical engineering firm specializing in the
design of K-12 schools, universities, laboratories, commercial, housing and healthcare
facilities.

Chartwells K-12.......................................................................................Booth 10
2400 Yorkmont Road, Charlotte, NC 28217
336-528-1723

Chartwells is a foodservice management company in the public school community.
We help students make the connection that their diet can affect how they feel, look and
perform; satisfying each customer’s unique needs.

Cole Roofing Co......................................................................................Booth 23
3915 Coolidge Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21229
410-242-0600

Cole Roofing Company is a full service commercial roofing/sheetmetal contractor.
We have the experience and expertise unmatched in the industry.

Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates.............................................................Booth 9
100 West Road, Suite 402, Baltimore, MD 21204
410-528-0272

Crabtree, Rohrbaugh & Associates offers complete services in the areas of architecture,
engineering, landscape design, site planning, interior architecture, and construction
administration.

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EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

Design Collective, Inc................................................................................Booth 3
601 East Pratt St, Suite 300, Baltimore, MD 21202
410-685-6655

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.

En-Net Services.......................................................................................Booth 18
712 N. East Street, Frederick, MD 21701
301-846-9901

En-net has for 22 years provided to teachers and students cutting edge hardware, software
and fiber connectivity solutions to meet the ever-changing technology landscape.

EqualLevel Inc........................................................................................Booth 24
11140 Rockville Pike, Ste 100-350, Rockville, MD 20852
301-560-1492

EqualLevel provides industry leading eprocurement marketplace solutions for public sector
agencies, cooperatives, and their trading partners.

Frederick Ward Associates, Inc.................................................................Booth 38
5 South Main Street, Bel Air, MD 21014
410-838-7900

Frederick Ward Associates is a single source you can trust for architecture, engineering,
planning, and surveying. Our 63 year history includes public and private sector clients
across many markets.

Gale Associates, Inc.................................................................................Booth 35
1122 Kenilworth Dr., Suite 206, Towson, MD 21204
443-279-4500

Engineering firm specializing in building enclosure (roofs, windows, walls and
waterproofing) design and consulting, and athletic facility planning and design.

Gilbert Architects Inc..............................................................................Booth 31
10451 Mill Run Circle, Suite 400, Owings Mills, MD 21117
410-356-8856

30 years providing architectural and interior design services for K-12 schools.
We provide school facility assessments, educational planning, and sustainable design
services. We are schools!

Grimm + Parker Architects.......................................................................Booth 28
11720 Beltsville Drive, Suite 600, Calverton, MD 20705
301-595-1000

Grimm + Parker is a diverse group of architects and designers who aspire to make our
communities wonderful places to live, learn and play.

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EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

Horace Mann Companies...........................................................................Booth 2
1 Horace Mann Plaza, Springfield, IL 62715
217-789-2500

Financial services and retirement workshops, student loan solutions, donorschoose.org,
payroll payment, flexible benefit plan, auto, home, life and retirement.

Hord Coplan Macht.................................................................................Booth 26
750 East Pratt Street, Ste 1200, Baltimore, MD 21202
410-837-7311

Architecture, Planning, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design.

Joffe Emergency Services..........................................................................Booth 22
PO Box 7125, Santa Monica, CA 90406
888-676-0217

Joffe Emergency Services provides consultation, leadership, and support of all kinds to keep
schools safe in the unfortunate event of an emergency.

Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, Inc. ( JMT)...........................................Booth 20
40 Wight Ave, Hunt Valley, MD 21030
410-329-3100

The Education Division of JMT is dedicated to providing intelligent, comprehensive
solutions to the unique challenges faced by K-12 clients.

Keenan....................................................................................................Booth 32
2355 Crenshaw Blvd, Suite 200, Torrance, CA 90501
310-212-0363

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 17
1012 Rising Ridge Road, Mount Airy, MD 21771
301-607-8575

Keller provides preconstruction, construction management, project management,
design-build, general contracting, minor construction, renovation, repair, and upgrade
work to meet the needs of K-12 clients.

Luxout Products........................................................................................Booth 1
1221 Admiral Street, Richmond, VA 23220
804-264-3700

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.

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EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

Maryland Correctional Enterprises...........................................................Booth 14
7275 Waterloo Road, Jessup, MD 20794
410-540-5400

MCE provides special training and employment for Maryland offenders through the
production and sale of thousands of quality products and services. MCE aims to product
lower recidivism rates and safer communities.

MEDSLED.............................................................................................Booth 12
12025 Manchester Rd., St. Louis, MO 63131
314-965-7533

MEDSLED is the #1 Evacuation device in the country for moving non-ambulatory
people in a crisis situation.

Musco Sports Lighting LLC.......................................................................Booth 8
100 1ST Ave. W., Oskaloosa, IA 52577
800-825-6030

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.

N. H. Yates & Co., Inc..............................................................................Booth 36
117C Church Lane, Cockeysville, MD 21030
410-667-6300

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

Noelker and Hull Associates, Inc..............................................................Booth 13
6 North East Street #300, Frederick, MD 21701
301-662-8611

Established in 1957, Noelker and Hull Architects and Interior Design continue to provide
the highest quality of service to its K-12 clients.

Paladin Advisor Group, A PlanMember Financial Ctr.................................Booth 6
8178 Lark Brown Road, Ste 201, Elkridge, MD 21075
443-283-3482

Paladin Advisor Group is an experienced group of financial professionals dedicated to
helping provide retirement and investment solutions to the education community and their
families.

Phillips Way, Inc......................................................................................Booth 30
2901 Dede Rd., Suite A, Finksburg, MD 21048
410-526-0966

General /Prime Mechanical Contractor with 25-years experience renovating K-12
schools in Baltimore and surrounding counties. Phillips Way, The Customer’s Way.

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EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

PowerSchool Group LLC.........................................................................Booth 21
150 Parkshore Drive, Folsom, CA 95630
877-873-1550

PowerSchool is th #1 leading education technology platform for K-12, serving more
than 32 million students, 66 million parents, and 100 million users in over 70 countries
around the world.

PRIME AE Group, Inc............................................................................Booth 15
5521 Research Park Drive, Suite 300, Baltimore, MD 21228
410-654-3790

PRIME is a full service architectural/engineering firm with roof and building
enveloping consulting services for K-12, and higher education facilities.

PublicSchoolWORKS...............................................................................Booth 7
3825 Edwards Road, Ste 400, Cincinnati, OH 45209
513-631-6111

PublicSchoolWORKS safety compliance management solutions help schools meet
ever-changing compliance requirements, improve staff and student safety, mitigate
risk, and reduce administrator and staff time and effort.

Rentacrate Enterprises/JK Moving...........................................................Booth 39
8304 Sherwick Court, Jessup, MD 20794
202-878-0481

Our company specializes in comprehensive planning and implementation of all types of
School Relocation Projects: New School Construction, Replacement School Construction
and Remodeled and Renovated School Projects.

rSchoolToday..........................................................................................Booth 19
4207 Huntington Blvd, Safety Harbor, FL 34695
507-312-9533

The rSchoolToday Facilities Scheduler is the most comprehensive scheduling system
available. It provides real-time views of all activities in all buildings and locations
within your school or district. Huge time saver!

SCHRADERGROUP...............................................................................Booth 5
20 South Charles St, Suite 319, Baltimore, MD 21201
410-235-5851

Delivering dynamic design to stimulate the intellect and enhance the learning process,
SHRADERGROUP offers planning, programming, and architecture for academic entities.

Securitech...............................................................................................Booth 11
54-60 46th Street, Maspeth, NY 11378
718-392-9000

Securitech, an american manufacturer in NYC, proudly produces code-compliant school
locking door hardware.

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EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY

Sodexo.....................................................................................................Booth 29
11044 Research Blvd. B350, Austin, TX 78759
301-760-8707

Sodexo, enhancing the learning environment by providing student well being solutions
that improve the quality of life.
Technology Resource Associates, Inc. (TRA)..............................................Booth 4
5027 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC 28403
910-799-2252
Cloud-based school activity fund accounting software for the K-12 public school market.
The Garland Company Inc.......................................................................Booth 27
3800 East 91st Street, Cleveland, OH 44105
216-641-7500
High performance roofing and building envelope solutions for the commercial, industrial
and institutional markets.
Viega.......................................................................................................Booth 25
1305 Windleaf Drive, Reston, VA 20194
571-328-1143
The global leader in plumbing, heating, & pipe joining systems.
Weigand Associates, Inc. (WAI)...............................................................Booth 40
20270 Goldenrod Lane, Ste 200, Germantown, MD 20876
301-540-9060
WAI, a Woman Owned Small Business, providing premier MEP design to K-12 clientele
since 1992. WAI has completed over 190 educational projects, including peer reviews for
MD DGS.

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