Archive for January, 2017

Board Meeting – Feb. 2, 2017

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Feb. 2, 2017 – Board Meeting

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MINUTES – Region XI – Feb. 2, 2017 – Board Meeting

Leadership Assembly – Jan. 12, 2017

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Jan. 12, 2017 – Leadership Assembly

AGENDA – Region 11 – Jan. 12, 2017 – Leadership Assembly

MINUTES – Region 11 – Jan. 12, 2017 – Leadership Assembly

Administrator Recognition – Lucy VanScyoc

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Tulare Charter

Lucy VanScyoc
Assistant Superintendent of Technology, Assessment and Accountability
Tulare Joint Union High School District

“This is my 18th year in education. I love what I do!”

Administrator Recognition – Sara Soria

January 15, 2017  |   Comments Off on Administrator Recognition – Sara Soria

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Tulare Charter

Sara Soria
Assistant Principal
Granite Hills High School
Porterville Unified School District

“It has been my pleasure to work with Tulare County youth at various grade levels. I began my journey in 1992 with teens through Services for Education and Employment at Tulare County Office of Education. Many staff members at TCOE were an integral part of my continued education as they mentored, supported and shared their passion for student learning. As my experiences grew, so too did my desire to continue my own education as I earned a Teaching Credential and later an Administrative Credential and Master’s Degree in Administrative Services. My goal is to complete my doctoral studies in Educational Leadership through the CSU doctoral program at CSU, Bakersfield, where I will use my research in language development for the benefit of students in Tulare County.”

Administrator Recognition – Ricardo Chavez

January 15, 2017  |   Comments Off on Administrator Recognition – Ricardo Chavez

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West Kern Charter

Ricardo Chavez
Principal
Morningside Elementary School
Delano Unified Elementary School District

When he is not at work, Mr. Chavez enjoys spending time with his family. He has also been an active member of a Mariachi band, and his favorite instrument to play with the band is the bass. One of his parents was thrilled that he was recognized. She is impressed with the fact that Mr. Chavez is out in front of campus every morning happily greeting his students and welcoming them to school. Her daughter loves to say “hello” and “goodbye” to her Principal every day. What a great testimonial that is! Mr. Chavez was rewarded with a $50.00 gift certificate to the Moo Creamery.

Administrator Recognition – David Bowling

January 15, 2017  |   Comments Off on Administrator Recognition – David Bowling

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West Kern Charter

David Bowling
Assistant Superintendent
Wasco Union Elementary School District

David Bowling is in his 25th year as an educator in Kern County. Moving from Ohio to California in 1992, he started his career as a 6th grade teacher in the Bakersfield City School District and ultimately became BCSD’s first district program specialist for educational technology. Later, he moved to Arvin as their district technology coordinator and technology grant facilitator. His administrative career began in Arvin where he spent 12 years as a site administrator at Haven Drive Middle School. Currently, David is the Assistant Superintendent of Instruction at Wasco Union Elementary School District and serves ACSA as this year’s Region XI President. He was very excited to be recognized and thanks West Kern for the special treat from the Temblor Brewery.

Administrator Recognition – Patrick Blake

January 14, 2017  |   Comments Off on Administrator Recognition – Patrick Blake

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Patrick Blake
Assistant Principal
North High School
Kern High School District

Mr. Blake is particularly focused on serving students with exceptional needs and others who struggle with education. When he’s not at work, he enjoys spending time with his own children, aged 18, 16, 7 and 1. With all of that, he is working on his dissertation through Fresno State. His final comment, “Go Bulldogs!” Mr. Blake received a $50.00 gift certificate to the Moo Creamery.