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Leadership Manual 2020-2021

The Association of California School Administrators is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the United States, serving more than 17,000 California educators.

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Association of California School Administrators RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE STATE COMMITTEE CHAIR/COUNCIL PRESIDENT ● Plan and conduct meetings of the state committee/council. ● Guide the committee/council in developing and fulfilling its charge. ● Represent the committee/council as an official member of the ACSA state leadership assembly. ● Be responsible for getting issues/concerns of the committee/council on the ACSA Board of Director's agenda. ● Send an alternate to the leadership assembly, if you are a voting chair/president and cannot attend the assembly. Alternates for committee chairs/council presidents must be members of the respective state committee/council. ● Inform the committee/council of the process to place positions/actions/resolutions before the board. ● Review leadership assembly agendas and obtain input/reactions from committee/council members prior to voting at the leadership assembly. ● Represent the committee/council at state meetings of committee chairs/council presidents. (Generally, meetings are held in conjunction with the ACSA state leadership assembly.) ● Respond, in writing, to items referred to the committee/council for study or action by the Board of Directors. ● Encourage work of state/region/charter committees/councils through state committee/council members. ● Develop a process for committee/council members to fulfill their responsibility to periodically report to their respective regions. ● Notify the region president if a committee/council member misses over three meetings — this member should be replaced. ● Inform the committee/council about process for special funding via Activity Design Process. ● Operate the committee/council within the approved budget. ● Make required reports and fulfill other tasks essential to the "running" of the committee/council. ● Complete reports as requested. ● Ensure committee/council attendance sheets and meeting summary forms are filed promptly with State ACSA's governance assistant. ● Be familiar with ACSA's Policies & Procedures. 107

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