Introduction to ALASBO


ALASBO’s regular and associate members represent business professionals and officials of public school districts in the State of Alaska, the State Department of Education and the business community. Our annual conference provides a unique opportunity for members from across the state to meet for professional growth and sharing of ideas and concerns.

Regular membership is open to school business employees involved with any aspect of school business administration. Associate membership is open to businesses and others who are interested in school business.

ALASBO, a member of the Alaska Council of School Administrators, offers a combined membership in ALASBO and ACSA.

Mission Statement

To promote the highest standards in school business practices.


Educating stakeholders in the effective use of resources for the benefit of Alaska’s children.


• Ethical standards
• Sharing knowledge and expertise
• Advancing the interests of all members
• Accurate, objective, consistent information
• Collegiality
• Efficiency
• Collaboration

The ALASBO Board has adopted the ASBO International Professional Standards and Code of Ethics (web link)

Significant Events in ALASBO History