2020-2021 Administrators of the Year!

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ACSA Region 15 would like to congratulate the 2020-2021 Administrators of the Year!  Congratulations to all of our well-deserving nominees. Many thanks to the administrators who wrote and submitted these nominations. Let the celebrating begin! Superintendent: Regina Rossall, Antelope Valley … Continued

RACSM Scholarship

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This year, the Region XV RACSAM Charter (Retired Administrators) is sponsoring two scholarships for aspiring administrators.  The purpose of the two $1,000 scholarships is to provide recognition and financial assistance to administrative credential candidates who work in Region XV.  To … Continued


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Calling all CalRTA members and everyone affected by the unfair Social Security penalties:  Please send weekly emails to the following legislators (their staff and email are listed) AND your elected Representative.   Copy and paste the letter below into an … Continued

ACSA Statewide Candidates Town Hall

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Candidates for ACSA state vice president took part in an online town hall, on April 29 at 1:00 p.m. Watch the town hall using the link below. The candidates for vice president include: Joe Austin; Career Education Specialist, Poway Unified School District; … Continued

Leadership Summit

The Leadership Summit is ACSA’s premier professional development event for school leaders. This annual gathering of educators at all levels of administration is a celebration of the entire profession. For 2.5 days, this event provides opportunities for invaluable networking and offers … Continued

Women’s Leadership Network- Oct 24th

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Join us as Dr. Soraya M. Coley, Cal Poly Pomona President shares an inspirational message of leadership. To RSVP contact Dr. Sue Kaiser or (909) 815-9012. See you there!  

Advancing Educational Equity

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The Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) is interested in learning from families, educators and leaders on ways to advance educational equity among the county’s two million students: What do you see as the greatest opportunities for helping all … Continued