MASC/MASS Joint Conference: Lunch and Dinner Programs

Conference Information

A popular feature of the MASC/MASS Conference is the lunch and dinner programs available each day. Tickets to these special meal/keynote programs must be purchased in advance. The deadline for meal ticket orders is October 21, 2017. Due to high demand, meal tickets may not be available to order on site, so please order in advance! You can either add them when you register or add them to an existing registration here.

Wednesday Keynote Dinner

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

  • Guest Speaker: Jeff Wulfson, Acting Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education
  • Keynote Address: Andrea Cabral, Former Massachusetts Secretary of Public Safety and Sheriff of Suffolk County
  • Sponsored By: Scholastic
Thursday Networking Buffet Luncheon

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Thursday Night Dinner

Thursday, November 2, 2017

  • Featured Speaker: Steven Bjork, Author, Comedian and Wilmington School Committee Member
Friday Leadership Lunch

Friday, November 3, 2017

Friday Awards/Life Member Banquet

Friday, November 3, 2017

  • This special banquet includes the presentation of awards to recipients of Lifetime Achievement awards, MASC Life Membership, All-State School Committee membership and others.
  • The dinner also includes an address by the MASC President and President-Elect, plus many other special presentations.
Saturday Student Voices Luncheon

Saturday, November 4, 2017

  • In a Sunday “60 Minutes” format, four student leaders from diverse communities will share their thoughts on issues of the day (bullying, the opioid crisis, social media, social-emotional learning). How successful do they think the adult efforts to address these challenges have been? What could be done differently? Are there school policies or interventions that would be more effective? What do students think about their educational “big picture?” What’s been most important to them: Acquisition of knowledge? Learning how to learn? Learning to work with others? Where did their best learning occur: In a classroom? From a particular teacher? An extra-curricular opportunity? These are students you make decisions for daily. Their input is critical—and immensely valuable. Join them and your colleagues for lunch.
Register for Conference Add Meal Tickets to Registration