We know your time is limited and your primary focus is on your students, so we’ve worked hard to provide our members with support for your business department. Our Charter MarketPlace is a great place to find a diverse list of charter-friendly vendors to meet your product and service needs. We can also provide facilities support, job posting assistance, and on site school visits that can help identify cost savings and solutions for supporting your staff and students. Our team is working hard to provide you with services to ease the burden of day-to-day operations and help your school be more cost efficient.
We are happy to help you in your recruiting efforts. Click to visit the Arizona Charter Career Center and post a job.
Looking for something? Need to sell something? Want to swap something? You're in the right place! Post or Search for a Classified Ad.
Looking for a new site? Wondering how to begin the process of building a new school, or expanding your current one? Connect with our team to learn how we can support you every step of the way from dirt selection to furniture installs.
Have you met with our Director of Member and Business Services, Damon Norris, yet? Damon meets with our school leaders to tour their campuses and share about services that our team provides, ways that we can save your campus money and how we can support your school and staff.
Fingerprinting: A Charter School guide
Date: September 14, 2016
Presenters: Andrea Leder, Arizona State Board for Charter Schools Assistant Director of Operations and Finance
Description: Is it true that fingerprint clearance card applications may be submitted online? Is it possible for a school to hire a teacher that does not have a fingerprint clearance card? The Association and the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools paretnered to provide a free webinar on Wednesday, September 14 to answer these and other questions. Join Andrea Leder, the Board’s assistant director of operations and finance, as she covers the ins and outs of statutory fingerprinting requirements, as well as shares lessons learned and identifies resources available to help schools ensure compliance.
New Overtime Rules
Date: May 27, 2016
Presenters: Osborn Maledon attorneys John Blanchard and Kristin Windtberg
Description: This webinar covers the United States Department of Labor’s Final Rule updating regulations relating to the overtime requirement of the Fair Labor Standards Act. This Final Rule increases the minimum salary and compensation levels required for executive, administrative, and professional employees to qualify for an exemption from the overtime requirement. This Final Rule will become effective December 1, 2016, and will extend overtime protections to millions of Americans currently treated as exempt from the overtime requirement. Once it becomes effective, this Final Rule will have an immediate and important impact on charter schools.