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April 26, 2021
1. Sisterhood Symposium adds in-person date
Save the new date for Sisterhood Symposium, which will now be held in person in September. With the recent announcement on the reopening of the state June 15, the planning committee for this event has decided to hold it in person in Alhambra. There will be several breakout sessions, a coffee talk and an optional network-ing dinner the night before. Attendees are invited to a virtual check-in May 15 to help determine topics covered at the in-person event. When: Virtual check-in May 15; in-person event Sept. 25 Where: Almansor Court, Alhambra
Cost: $99 ACSA/CALSA/CAAASA/CAAPLE Member Register:
2. Speakers announced for Summer Leadership Institute
Speakers have been announced for the 2021 Summer Leadership Institute: Thriving YOUniversity founder Joelle Hood, school consulting firm CEO Anthony Muhammad, communications expert Tom DeLapp and professor of educational leadership Nancy Frey. Hear from these thought-leaders in education during ACSA’s 2.5-day online professional development experience for new, aspiring and experienced principals.
When: June 28 – July 1, 2021
Where: Virtual event Cost: $249 ACSA members
3. Enroll now in ACSA Clear Credentialing Program
ACSA is now accepting applications for the fall cohort of its Clear Administrative Credential Program. ACSA has served 985 new administrators who receive individualized, one-on-one, job embedded coaching over the course of this two-year program. Start enrollment by contacting your Local Program Coordinator (list available online). When: Enrollment deadline Sept. 30
4. Last chance to enroll in Leadership Institute
Know a teacher leader who is ready to take the next step? Make sure they know about Leadership Institute, which offers aspiring leaders the opportunity to earn a Preliminary Administrative Services Credential. This program is offered by ACSA in partnership with the Sacramento County Office of Education. When: Deadline to apply April 30
5. Trauma-informed tips for educators
Educators need to be conscious of the trauma their students have experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic. ACSA Partner4Purpose SPG has developed a one-sheet with tips for supporting students as they transition back to in-person instruction. Info:
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