July 18

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Thursday, July 18, 2024


Raleigh, NC

From above electronic calculator and notepad placed over United States dollar bills together with metallic pen for budget planning and calculation

On Thursday, July 18 from Noon to 1:30, CALN is hosting a Budget Briefing for school board members! We will be bringing in Aaron Beaulieu to discuss how your districts spend taxpayer money and train you in the art of budgeting.

Are you bored over budgets? Confused about what to look for or how to spend? You’ll be able to serve your district much more effectively once you figure out the finances! Join us on Thursday, July 18 to become a budget pro! 

The training will cover “What you need to know, what you should know and what you don’t know about school budgets. How to budget smarter and what key indicators should Board members be looking for. How to make the numbers make sense.” ~ Aaron Beaulieu

This session is completely free to those who RSVP in advance! Lunch will also be provided to those who attend in person. 

The training will be held in Raleigh, North Carolina. The address will be provided to those who RSVP as in person guests. Zoom will also be available for those who cannot make it to Raleigh. 

Meet our speaker, Aaron Beaulieu!

“Aaron has 30 years of experience in financial and operational management as well as public accounting. Prior to starting School Operations Specialists, he served as Interim Superintendent, Chief Operations Officer, and Chief Finance Officer for Durham Public Schools, as Associate Superintendent and Finance Officer for Pitt County Schools, and as lead auditor for Pittard Perry & Crone Accounting Firm. His career has been recognized at the national and state level, and he has served on numerous committees and boards. His success has been centered around his transparent and collaborative style, and his ability to drive success from smart data-driven solutions. His passion is to assist and serve districts so that they can be as efficient as possible, while at the same time helping to drive student outcomes. Aaron is a graduate of East Carolina University and lives with his family in Wake Forest, NC.”