Deadline Nears to Submit CASBO 2022 Workshop Proposals!

Joyce Tribbey, Communications Manager
Sep 14, 2021

Deadline expires September 17! If you'd like to open your company's door to California's largest network of school business professionals and build lasting relationships to help your business thrive, don't delay! Accept our invitation to participate in our 2022 Annual Conference & California School Business Expo this March 29 through April 1 in Sacramento.

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Deadline Nears to Apply for a Pat Kraft Memorial Scholarship

If you’re a CASBO Central Section member who is seeking some financial assistance with your career development, look no further than the Pat Kraft Memorial Scholarship. But don't delay ... applications close September 15!

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Recruitment Continues for CASBO 2022-23 Board Positions

Joyce Tribbey, Communications Manager
Sep 14, 2021

CASBO continues to recruit for positions on its Board of Directors in 2022-23. How would you like to use the new talents you’ve developed during the pandemic to participate in our association on behalf of all of California’s students and schools? If that sounds intriguing, we’d like to invite you to explore the possibility of becoming a CASBO member-leader next year!

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Four Things We Need From Leaders During Anxious Times

Before the pandemic, public conversations about anxiety were relatively rare. Now, it's top of mind for all of us, and leaders should address it. Check out these tips you can apply to support yourself and others.

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Districts Already Feeling the Substitute Teacher Shortage

Just weeks into the new school year, many districts are already experiencing teacher and substitute teacher shortages. In some parts of the state, leaders are taking desperate steps to make sure there’s an adult in the classroom when teachers are absent. How bad is the shortage?

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$85 Million Pledged to Support Student Mental Health

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has pledged $85 million in funding (from American Rescue Plan funds and SAMHSA grants) to address growing mental healthcare demands for children and teens, according to a report from K-12 Education Dive. Why is this level of funding needed, and why now?

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