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Student finds support after unspeakable tragedy
Leo Chavez was just six years old when his father murdered his mother. Leo was left in the care of his 22-year-old sister, Katia. But to overcome this tragedy, he would need help from the entire commu
Student with autism graduates as valedictorian
Congratulations to Cory Suzuki in Los Angeles Unified School District who was named class valedictorian this year at Gardena High. Cory was diagnosed with autism at age 4 and overcame many obstacles e
4th Grader Beats Brain Tumor And Never Gives Up On School
Congratulations to Claremont Unified School District student Alexandra Savage who was diagnosed with #medulloblastoma brain cancer just before starting 4th grade at Condit Elementary. Now in remission
Star quarterback beats brain cancer and graduates
Keannu Linnell was Mr. All-American. He was a three-sport athlete including quarterback at Lathrop High. But in December of 2016, Keannu was diagnosed with brain cancer. Find out how he overcame insur
Transgender superintendent has a servant's heart
Peninsula Union School District Superintendent-Principal Lark Doolan is the first openly transgender public school superintendent in the country.
ACSA 2019-2020 President-elect Linda Kaminiski
ACSA President-elect Linda Kaminski spoke with educational leaders in Sacramento about her version for the association. Kaminski will take over for current ACSA President Holly Edds on July 1st.
ACSA News: Legislative Action Day 2019
Hundreds of ACSA members gathered at the State Capitol to advocate for the needs of California's 6.2 million public school students. This year's agenda focused on school funding, mental health awarene
Every Child Counts Symposium 2019
More than 1,500 educators across California traveled to Anaheim for the ACSA Every Child Counts Symposium. Attendees heard from keynote speakers Marlee Matlin and Brad Cohen along with former Columbin
ACSA Superintendents' Symposium 2019
More than 600 superintendents from across the state of California traveled to Monterey for ACSA's annual Superintendents' Symposium. Find out why so many educators say this is the conference you shoul
New CA State Superintendent Tony Thurmond Speaks to ACSA Superintendents
New State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond joined us at the ACSA Superintendents Symposium this past week to discuss his goals for public education in California. Find out about his
Superintendents and Social Media
Why should school leaders embrace social media? Hear from one superintendent who knows...
Lisa Gonzales: 2017 ACSA President
ACSA’s 2017-18 year is historic. Assuming the presidency is Lisa Marie Gonzales, assistant superintendent for educational services in Dublin Unified School District, who has been on the Board of Dire
Wes Smith on Life/Work Balance at ACSA Leadership Assembly
ACSA Executive Director Wes Smith shares his own powerful story of his journey to finding life/work balance. After years of neglecting self-care in the greater effort to serve CA students, Wes shares
ACSA Leaders on the Benefits of Membership
Why should you join ACSA? Let our leaders tell you themselves.
As ACSA prepares for the 2016 Leadership Summit in San Diego, we took a moment to talk to some of our members about why ACSA works for them. “We serve all California students by supporting, develop
ACSA, 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. ACSA members giv