Presentation on theme: "Presented by: Eleana Esquer & Susan Arzola. MISSION OF ACSA Support California’s educational leaders; Ensure all students have the essential skills and."— Presentation transcript:
DESCRIPTION OF ACSA STRUCTURE State ACSA – the state level of ACSA government. Region ACSA – 19 regions across the state, consisting of charters, usually combined by county. The functions of each region shall be to promote within the region the purposes of ACSA.
DESCRIPTION OF ACSA STRUCTURE Charters – the local group of members. Can be a larger district or group of smaller districts. Charters are created for the purpose of implementing the state program at the local level, for the involvement of members, for the utilization of leadership potential and for effective communication between all levels of governance of ACSA.
ACSA STAFF STRUCTURE Executive Director – Dr. Wes Smith Departments: Educational Services Executive Office Information Systems Human Resources Communications Financial Services Governmental Relations Member Services and Member Assistance and Legal Support Team
QUICK QUIZ Who is the Executive Director of State ACSA? A CB
ACSA STATE BOARD State Board of Directors Elected Officers (5 total) President, President-Elect, Vice President, Vice President for Legislative Action, Past President Directors (elected by Regions) (19 total) List your local region directors here Directors at Large (up to 4) State President names at-large members
ACSA STATE COMMITTEES Standing Committees (5 total)-EVERY Region has a Representative at the State Level Co-Administrators Equity, Achievement, and Diversity for Success Legislative Policy-Board Member Services-Board Retirement-RACSAM Special Committees (4 total) ACSA/CAPEA Leadership Summit Small School District Urban Education
ACSA STATE COUNCILS 12 Councils- ONE appointed to each council from our Region Adult Education Business Services Career Technical Education Classified Educational Leaders Curriculum, Instruction & Accountability Leaders Educational Options Elementary Education Human Resources Middle Grades Education Secondary Education Student Services and Special Education Superintendency
ACSA STATE DELEGATE ASSEMBLY State Board Members – 28 total State Committee Chairs – 8 total State Council Presidents – 12 total Region Delegates – 85 total Consists of each region’s president, president-elect, and vice president for legislative action. The number of additional delegates for each region depends on membership numbers in each region.
QUICK QUIZ How many votes does Region XV get at Delegate Assembly? 7 WE have a Voice!
ACSA REGIONS 19 Regions Region XV the MOST members in the state! Committees/Councils Representatives to most committees/councils identified earlier
OUR ACSA REGION XV Region leadership includes: Elected board members, paid or volunteer staff Charter president and delegates Committee representatives Council chairpersons
ACSA REGION XV CHARTERS 24 Charters Alhambra Antelope Valley Azusa Alhambra Antelope Valley Azusa Baldwin Park Bassett Bonita Baldwin Park Bassett Bonita Burbank Charter Oak Claremont Burbank Charter Oak Claremont Covina Valley Glendale Glendora Covina Valley Glendale Glendora Hacienda- La Puente Montebello NW San Gabriel Hacienda- La Puente Montebello NW San Gabriel Pasadena Pomona RACSAM Pasadena Pomona RACSAM Rowland Santa Clarita W. San Gabriel Valley Rowland Santa Clarita W. San Gabriel Valley Walnut Valley West Covina Whittier Walnut Valley West Covina Whittier
ACSA CHARTERS Charter Membership Some charters charge dues to be a charter member on top of State ACSA dues Some charter members do not pay state ACSA dues To be a Charter President you must be a paid State ACSA member
EXPECTATIONS OF REGION LEADERSHIP Committees/Councils Attend statewide meeting of committees/councils if you are a representative Plan regional committee/council meetings, network with job-alikes Attend the 3 Region Assembly Meetings Charter Leaders Attend charter meetings Actively contribute to charters Attend the 3 Region Assembly Meetings Bring back information to Charters Submit required documentation to Region All leaders should encourage non-members to join ACSA
QUICK QUIZ How many Region Assembly Meetings are held annually? 3 BONUS! Who should attend? (One point each) Region XV Board Charter Leadership Committee/Council Representatives Special Guests
ACSA REGION MEETINGS Region Assembly is Attended by: Region Leadership and Staff Charter President, Charter Board Delegate Guests from State ACSA State Delegate Assembly Meetings are Attended by: Region Leadership and Staff Charter President Charter Board Delegate Charter Vice President for Legislative Action Charter Vice President for Members Committee Representatives Council Chairpersons
Now that you understand ACSA’s structure, let’s look at the work we will be doing this year.
YOUR LEADERSHIP ROLE IN COMMUNICATING ACSA’S MESSAGE A top priority for every ACSA leader is sharing ACSA’s mission, vision and priorities with members and potential members. This information should be shared repeatedly and should be made a focal point at all ACSA events.
FRAMING ALL COMMUNICATIONS Every action an ACSA leader takes – from planning an event to delivering a speech to meeting with legislators to communicating through email – should center on ACSA’s vision, mission and priorities. Sharing ACSA’s message and linking it to personal stories, reflections and local successes will go a long way to ensuring the success of ACSA.
FINAL QUICK QUIZ What are the 3 Mission points of State ACSA? Support California’s educational leaders; Ensure all students have the essential skills and knowledge needed to excel; and Champion public education.
ENJOY YOUR YEAR AS AN ACSA LEADER ACSA MEMBERS ARE THE MOST FORMIDABLE SPOKESPEOPLE FOR CALIFORNIA’S SCHOOLS. YOUR ROLE IN COMMUNICATING THE SUCCESSES OF OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER BEFORE. ENJOY YOUR YEAR AS AN ACSA LEADER!