Professional learning continues to be a high priority for Region 6. We welcome your ideas and suggestions in order to provide high quality and relevant opportunities for our members. For almost two years, we have offered professional learning events virtually due to the ongoing pandemic and at no cost to members and non-members thanks to our partners. For the 2021-22 school year, we are planning both virtual and in-person events to meet the current needs of our members. If you would like to be involved in planning professional development in Region 6, contact our Vice President of Staff Development, ">Lorianne Ventura.
2022 Region 6 Leadership Summit/Equity Symposium
Save the Date: Saturday, February 26, 2022 at Emery High School, Emeryville
The annual Region 6 Leadership Summit is our premier professional learning event which has been held virtually the past 2 years. For 2022, it will return as an in person event on Saturday, February 26. It will merge with the 4th annual Region 6 Equity Symposium. MORE INFORMATION TO COME.
Region 6 Co-Administrators Network
ACSA Region 6 leads a Co-Administrator (vice-principles, assistant principals and other principals in supporting roles) Network to support and inspire emerging leaders in our region. Connect with Co-Administrators from Alameda and Contra Costa Counties to discuss hot topics in leaderships.
If you are interested in being part of this network, email ">Rose Lock, Region 6 Executive Director.
Implementing Ethnic Studies Through a Critical Consciousness
Region 6 Presents: LESMC Administrator Institute
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
With the passage of Assembly Bill 101 and an Ethnic Studies graduation requirement now a reality, it is incumbent on anti-racist administrators to understand the origins, need, and fight for Ethnic Studies. The Liberated Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum Coalition (LESMC) will challenge attendees in activating a critical consciousness when implementing Ethnic Studies in their schools and districts. We will discuss strategies for implementation that keeps the guiding principles of Ethnic Studies at the center.
For more information, contact Tracie Noriega, R6 President-Elect and Equity Chair
Region 6 Women’s Leadership Network
Are you a female leader in education? Are you a male in a position of influence and power who can play a significant role as mentor, sponsor and/or ally for women in your organization? If you answered yes, join us for dynamic discussions highlighting the barriers women face on their leadership journey and the tangible next steps to take and overcome these barriers.
If you are interested in joining the WLN planning group, email ">Pam Hughes, Region 6 Vice President of Programs.
LOOK FOR INFORMATION ON THIS YEAR’S EVENTS HERE SHORTLY!
Partners Workshop Presented by California Consulting
Grant Writing Workshop Webinar (FREE)
Wednesday, November 10, 2021, 4:00 to 5:30 PM
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Register on Eventbrite here.
ACSA R6 is proud to sponsor high-quality professional learning in Alameda and Contra Costa County. We thank our partners for supporting our members.
ACSA offers job-specific academies facilitated by educational leaders. The academies prepare and support administrators for district leadership positions in specific fields.
Visit the state ACSA Academies website for more information and academies offered around the state.