Area B (Bay Area)
Area B is made up of 10 diverse counties, Silicon Valley and the extended Bay Area. We have many events planned each year! Come check us out!
Area B Conference's:
We are going Virtual! CADA/CASL is offering fall training opportunities for you and your students. Mark your calendar and register today! Don't let distance learning stop you from obtaining valuable leadership trainings! Join us for some unique virtual leadership training throughout the Fall 2020 semester.
Area b Conference's:
COVID-19 STATEMENT: In this unprecedented and unpredictable situation, we are continuing to monitor the status and safety of large group gatherings and direction from federal, state, and local officials. With Area Conferences originally scheduled for the fall, we are cautiously optimistic that the situation in our nation and state will improve; however, due to the uncertainty and safety of our attendees, we have decided the Annual Area Conference’s will be held as a Virtual Conference. The Area Coordinators are working together to create an a la carte conference with special sessions for each individual Area.
Registration will open in the Fall so please check back and check your email for updates on scheduled events. In the meantime, we have been gathering resources for you to use. Please visit www.cada1.org/corona to get the latest information. Stay healthy and well, and we thank you for your continued support of CADA and CASL, especially during this time of uncertainty.
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Area B Advisor Conference
TBD - Check Back in Winter
Area B Middle & HIGH School Conference
TBD - Check Back in Winter
Leadership Development Days
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.
Area B Coordinator
Harvest Park Middle School