Area C (Central Valley)

Area C is made up of 8 counties. It is the home of California's highest peak, Mt. Whitney, and its lowest area, Death Valley. CADA originated in Area C and is also home to the first two CADA Conventions and the first CASL Conference. We have many events planned for the upcoming year including a Student Conference and an Adult Conference. Come check us out!

Upcoming Area C ConferenceS

Area C Middle & High School Student Conference

Save The Date!

Date: Monday, October 21, 2019
Location: Hanford West High School

 Area C advisor Conference

Save The Date!

Date: Tuesday, December 3, 2019
Location: Clovis Rodeo Hall

Leadership Development Day

Led by educators with more than 10,000 hours in leadership training experience, Leadership Development Days provide opportunities for elementary, middle school, and high school students to become inspired and contribute to the betterment of their campus and communities.

The day-long event utilizes experiential learning activities to unite students and develop lifelong skills. The curriculum is centered around learning effective communication, cultural competencies, connecting to others, individualism vs. collectivism, expanding the leadership base, perseverance, and courage to become the best version of yourself.

CADA has gone paperless with our registrations! You now can register online and register with a credit card or check. Check payment needs to be received 1 week prior to the event. No POs. No refunds.

 Below is the Leadership Development Days in Area C. For a complete list please visit the calendar or Leadership Development Days

Date/Area  Location/Registration
 March 27, 2019  Sherman E. Burroughs High School - Sherman HS Delegates PRIVATE
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 April 10, 2019  Hanford West High School - HS Delegates
 Register Online Now!



Area C Coordinator
Joe McMahon
Hanford West High School
Hanford, CA
Tel: 559.816.5139

Area Council


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