A Push for School-Based Mental Health
Ratcheted up by the pandemic, students’ mental health has become an important focus in schools
Schools and universities in the Capital Region have taken an array of approaches to assure mental health is one of the many pillars a student’s education addresses.
Trade Schools Offer a Career Path to Our Youth
For some, learning a trade they can rely on is more satisfying than earning an academic degree. Career Technical Education programs in community colleges are one path for students to learn those skills.
GATEWAY COMMUNITY CHARTERS
SUPPORTING SACRAMENTO AREA STUDENTS FOR TWO DECADES
For two decades, Gateway Community Charters (GCC) has supported Sacramento area students, parents and the community with high-quality, standards-based education options. With nine charter schools and over 5,700 students, GCC has been a consistent hub for community partnerships, collaboration and innovation.
SAFE CREDIT UNION
SECURING OUR COMMUNITY’S FUTURE THROUGH FINANCIAL EDUCATION
SAFE Credit Union fulfills a great need by offering financial education throughout the Greater Sacramento community.
SACRAMENTO STATE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
NEW DEAN ENVISIONS BUILDING AN EVEN BETTER BUSINESS SCHOOL
Sacramento State welcomes Jean Francois Coget as the dean of the College of Business. Having begun his duties in January, Coget is already busy team building among his faculty and staff and forging relationships in the greater community.
Susan Bray, ACCCA Executive Director
Across California’s network of 116 community colleges, the administrators and managers keeping the doors open and the lights on work tirelessly to support their faculty and 1.8 million students striving for a better life for themselves and their families.
How Trinette Marquis, executive director of CalSPRA, helps schools to communicate effectively
As the first full time, salaried executive director to be appointed to California School Public Relations Association, Marquis supports the invisible communication line between schools and families.
Women in Leadership: Cindy Petersen
Our annual salute to extraordinary women breaking barriers and rising to the top
As superintendent and CEO of Gateway Community Charters, Dr. Cindy Petersen has grown Gateway Community Charters from a single school in 2003 to nine today, which serve over 5,000 children and employ 700 staff.
SHRINERS CHILDREN’S NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
LEADERSHIP IN PEDIATRIC ORTHOPEDICS AT SHRINERS CHILDREN’S NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
Shriners Children’s Northern California helps children reach their potential and lead more fulfilling lives, regardless of the families’ ability to pay. The hospital provides the highest quality care from some of the world’s best surgeons and physicians.
CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BUSINESS OFFICIALS
EMPOWERING SCHOOL PROFESSIONALS FOR BETTER PUBLIC EDUCATION
California’s public schools are a vast business operated by tens of thousands of professionals committed to improving the education system. Founded in 1918, the California Association of School Business Officials (CASBO) is a nonprofit membership organization representing more than 25,000 professionals across 1,100 school districts statewide.