September 2013

posted Sep 23, 2013, 9:03 PM by ACSA Region 7   [ updated Oct 12, 2014, 8:51 AM ]

by Jeff Winfield, Charter President

I am impressed with our local leadership and their resilience as we all maneuvered through the challenges of the Rim Fire and its lingering effects.  This has been an opportunity for our school leaders to demonstrate their strong connection to their local campus community as well as Tuolumne County as a whole.  School leaders know more than just how to run a school; they are fully equipped to partner with other community leaders to help facilitate safe and effective responses to emergency situations.  We appreciate all the shared concern throughout Region 7 as our Tuolumne Charter is still dealing with the ramifications of a large wild fire in our area. Thanks for all the support and encouragement.

We welcome a few new administrators to our Charter as the school year opens here in Tuolumne County. Our Charter calendar has been approved and many of our traditional sponsored events remain and are well received in our educational communities.  Value continues to be placed on honoring the people who make a difference in education and on the achievements of incredible students.  The Tuolumne Charter intends to thrive in our duties as educational leaders as we tackle all the many changes that are coming our way this year.

Our Charter remains purposeful and is working together to provide extraordinary service locally, in Region 7, and in California State ACSA.

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