members can register now to attend one
of 20 regional Grassroots Meetings, at
which the 2020–22 Advocacy Agenda
will be developed (see page 16).
Q: Didn’t TASB send us something
about lobbying already?
A: Yes. To assist districts in complying with a new requirement from
another law—House Bill 1495—TASB
provided members with information on
the amount of membership fees used in
2019 and projected to be used in 2020 for
Q: Should our district have a 1295
form from TASB?
A: School boards do not enter into
written contracts for membership with
TASB. Consequently, TASB has not filed
Form 1295 with the Texas Ethics Commission. However, if you would like TASB to
complete a Form 1295 disclosure, contact
TASB Director of Board and Management
Services Kelly Panfilli at kelly.panfilli@
TASB’s leading conference on governance
research and how school boards affect
Visit TASB’s Member Center at tasb.org/xg to learn
more about the XG Summit.
Save the Date!
RSVP at tasb.org/texasbreakfast
by March 25. While the breakfasts
are free, reservations are required.
Texas attendees are invited to
enjoy complimentary breakfasts
Saturday, April 4, and
Sunday, April 5, 7–8: 30 a.m., at
the Marriott Marquis Chicago.