2020 Conference – Creating a Leadership Culture

Regions 1, 2, 3, 4 ACSA North State Spring Conference – April 24-26, 2020

The Peppermill, Reno, NV

Peppermill Online room reservations – Register early. [Click Here]

Presenters:

ACSA Regions 1, 2, 3, & 4 are co-sponsoring the ACSA North State Spring Professional Development Conference.  This year’s premier event returns to the Peppermill in Reno, NV from April 24-26, 2020. We have finalized our keynote Speakers.  As an administrator we influence school conditions and support  teachers and other staff to provide learning experiences for all students.  Our conference this year will support you to be a leader that allows your school to thrive!

Be a conference presenter. [Download Call for Presenter form]. Deadline to submit is November 30.

 

Sam LaCara Memorial Golf Tournament, April 23, 2020, Lakeridge Golf Course

Breakfast and lunch sponsored by SiteLogiq (formerly Indoor Environmental Services)

Register and pay for golf online [Additional fees apply]

 

 

Conference Registration:

 

2020 Registration Form [Registration form only]

Exhibitors

Contact Stephanie Groat, Exhibit Chairperson at sgroat@eurekausd.org or 916-715-3098 to inquire about exhibit availability.

ACSA No. State Spring Conference Exhibitor Packet

 

 

Scheduled Keynotes:

This year’s conference will focus on Creating a Culture of Leadership!

 

Friday 

Phil Boyte

Friday Keynote:  Learning for Living

Phil Boyte wants your school to be a place so fun, encouraging and safe you have to beg students and teachers to leave at the end of the day. Phil has been traveling the
continent for over thirty years working with school educators in thousands of schools. Phil is the creator of programs such as Link Crew, WEB, and Breaking Down the Walls and wrote the book “School Culture By Design.” Be ready for an action packed and exciting message.

Saturday Lunch Keynote

Wes Smith, Executive Director, ACSA 

Dr. Wesley Smith is executive director of the Association of California School Administrators, the largest school leadership group in the nation. ACSA is foremost a champion for the state’s more than 6 million students. Having served in a variety of school leadership roles, including elementary and middle grades principal, assistant superintendent and superintendent, Dr. Smith understands the intricacies and influences in public education. He believes in a bold new future for ACSA and ensuring it is the most influential voice in public education for years to come. Changes in the standards taught and tested in California, a new school funding formula and the redesign of education accountability systems will require ACSA leadership. Dr. Smith is uniquely poised to lead that charge to protect the present and the future of all students 
  Sunday Morning   

Jay Billy, Member, Lead Like a Pirate Team

Lead With Culture: What Really Matters in our Schools

Program questions: Christine McCormick, Christine.McCormick@gcccharters.org or Peter Towne, ptowne@wheatland.k12.ca.us. Conference questions, call or email:

Registration questions, call or email: Judy Bennett at 530.282.5331/acsa.1234.nssc@gmail.com

Golf Tournament questions, call or email:  Mary Sakuma at 530.200.0616/msakuma@bcoe.org