Welcome Back

posted Feb 6, 2015, 2:36 PM by ACSA Region 7   [ updated Sep 3, 2015, 9:11 PM ]
Welcome Back!


I’m very excited as we enter the 2014-15 school year. Schools are now discovering the power behind Common Core and are making strides to bring real meaning back into education and learning for students.


This movement, along with educational funding reform, has meant some substantial changes within education. Through it all, ACSA continues to be at the table to advocate and educate policymakers about the support needed to ensure success. This is why your membership in ACSA is vital. The more individuals we have sharing a common message the more political clout we have as an organization and therefore the capacity to influence change.

My goal this year is to improve communication through the use of technology. Region 7 will leverage partnerships with state ACSA to allow our members more up to date and easy to access resources. If all goes as planned we will have a Region 7 mobile app ready just after the first of the year (remember ACSA has a great one for state resources). Where we can’t leverage, we will lead. Region 7 has a reputation of being involved and getting things done. I know with the strength and talents of our members we can be on the leading edge and a model Region in this area and more.  


I plan on visiting each Charter over the next few months. I look forward to hearing about all your exciting plans for the year.  Remember, ACSA Region 7 is here to meet your professional development needs as well. All of our Charter and Region 7 events can be found on our ACSA Region 7 Website at http://www.acsaregion7.net/

Thank you for all you do for our students and thank you for belonging to ACSA. 

Scott O. Nanik 

Assistant Superintendent, Instructional Support Services
Calaveras County Office of Education

ACSA Region 7 President, 2014-15

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