Register for Ohio’s premier professional development event
The virtual OSBA Capital Conference and Trade Show was Nov. 7-10, but you can still view nearly 90 on-demand learning sessions and networking sessions through Dec. 31!
Once your are registered, you will receive login information. Click here to access the virtual conference login page. Note, you must be registered for the conference to log in to the event.
How to register
Register online for the Capital Conference! To register for the conference, all attendees from the same school district should be registered by a district designee. OCSBA members, students, sustaining members, government employees and retired administrators also can register online.
The district designee may log in to the online conference registration system to add, substitute or delete registrants through 5 p.m. on Nov. 6. Cancellations before 5 p.m. on Nov. 6 will not be charged. Districts can continue to add registrations through 3 p.m. on Nov. 10. View the cancellation policy for more details.
Districts can submit a purchase order covering all registration fees. Districts will be invoiced following the event.
OCSBA members, OSBA sustaining members, government employees and retired administrators also can register online if they have an OSBA website account. You can reset your password on that webpage if needed. OCSBA members, OSBA sustaining members, government employees and retired administrators should contact Susie Cinadr at (614) 540-4000 or (800) 589-OSBA if they need a website account activated.
For OSBA member districts: Registration is $175 per person each of the first six people from your district. School district group registration — seven or more people from a member school district — is a flat fee of $1,225. Registration for OSBA sustaining members, government employees and retired administrators is $60. Retired administrators who are current board members or rehired administrators do not qualify for the lower rate.
Registration for OCSBA members is $175 per person. Those attending any Continuing Legal Education (CLE)-credit sessions are subject to the same registration procedures as other conference attendees. Attorneys employed by a school district may register with their district.
Each member board of education shall be entitled to appoint one of its members as a delegate to the annual business meeting, or other called meeting, with power to vote. These appointees comprise the body known as the OSBA Delegate Assembly and must be present to vote. The Delegate Credentials must be returned by Oct. 9, 2020. Note that the delegates do not have to be registered for the OSBA Capital Conference to attend the OSBA Delegate Assembly on Oct. 29. But, if a delegate wants to attend the OSBA Capital Conference, he or she must be registered for the conference.