The Minnesota Association of School Business Officials (MASBO) was founded in 1950. The membership consists of over 600 school district personnel representing Minnesota school districts who serve in areas of business administration, superintendancy, accounting, buildings and grounds, transportation, food service, personnel/payroll/benefits, and purchasing.

MASBO is an affiliate of the Association of School Business Officials, International. ASBO is an educational association that supports school business professionals who are passionate about quality education. ASBO is committed to providing programs and services that promote the highest standards of school business management, professional growth, and the effective use of educational resources. Through its programs, services, advocacy, and global network, ASBO is the voice of school business officials on an international level.

Mission Statement

MASBO is committed to advancing the knowledge and abilities of school business professionals and providing a voice and forum for the profession.

Annual Report

An Annual Report is produced each year to share important information about MASBO with our members.  Please contact the MASBO Executive Director for a copy.  

Strategic Planning

The MASBO Executive Board utilizes a strategic planning process to guide the course of the Association. This process relies on input from committees and the membership to help insure that MASBO remains a vibrant, relevant association that meets the needs of its members.

Bylaws & Constitution

MASBO maintains a set of bylaws in line with the views and goals of the association. Read the Bylaws and Constitution.

Code of Ethics

Members acknowledge that the schools belong to the public they serve for the purpose of providing educational opportunities to all. In providing these opportunities, members must maintain standards of exemplary professional conduct.

MASBO members are committed to these standards of professional conduct:

  • Make the well-being of students central to all decisions
  • Pursue good stewardship of the district’s resources, make full disclosure of relevant information and avoid using the position for personal gain
  • Exhibit commitment and loyalty to the governing board by implementing and support their policies, rules and directives
  • Follow the principle of due process and protect the civil and human rights of all individuals
  • Maintain professional competence
  • Fulfill all professional responsibilities with honesty and integrity


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