The Spotlight Newsletter – March 2024

CCEA Newsletter March 2024

A Monthly Newsletter From CCEA Plus | Eighth Issue, March 2024 | Download & Share PDF Version A Message from the Board To Our Alt. Ed. Community, Congratulations to all continuation and community day schools for being recognized by the state of California as Model Schools. This is the first year the California Department of Education has recognized community day … Read More

The Spotlight Newsletter – February 2024

CCEA Newsletter February 2024

A Monthly Newsletter From CCEA Plus | Seventh Issue, February 2024 | Download & Share PDF Version A Message from the Board To Our Alt. Ed. Community, Encouraging and confirming news from Stanford University’s Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities. We know educators in Alternative Ed. are second to none in their ability to connect and breathe hope into … Read More

The Spotlight Newsletter – January 2024

CCEA Newsletter January 2024

A Monthly Newsletter From CCEA Plus | Sixth Issue, January 2024 | Download & Share PDF Version A Message from the Board To Our Alt. Ed. Community, The Board would like to invite and encourage you to apply and/or nominate deserving individuals to the various awards and recognition categories from CCEA Plus. Additionally, unique school programs/practices that support student achievement … Read More

The Spotlight Newsletter – December 2023

The Spotlight Newsletter, December 2023 - Calaveras Hills High School

A Monthly Newsletter From CCEA Plus | Fifth Issue, December 2023 | Download & Share PDF Version A Message from the Board To Our Alt. Ed. Community, Now that the Model Community Day School Award program is underway, CCEA Plus is excited to announce the addition of two new regional advisor positions becoming available. There is one advisor position available … Read More

The Spotlight Newsletter – November 2023

The Spotlight Newsletter, November 2023 - Angel’s Gate High School

A Monthly Newsletter From CCEA Plus | Fourth Issue, November 2023 | Download & Share PDF Version A Message from the Board To Our Alt. Ed. Community, Exciting news to share! It’s been a long time coming but a Community Day Model School award is finally here. MCDS applications will be reviewed and rated in early November and schools will … Read More

Announcing Our First CCEA Webinar: Mark Your Calendar for Oct. 3rd

DASS Conversation Virtual Meeting

While this webinar has ended, the full video, presentation slides and access to the collaborative document is available to CCEA members only. To view, log in to your member account and visit the Webinars page here. Read more about DASS below. Topic: DASS Conversation Virtual Meeting When: Thursday, Oct 3, 2019, 3:30 – 4:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) … Read More

February Newsletter 2019

Levi's Stadium

A Message from CCEA’s newly appointed Executive Director, Vic Whitaker: Greetings! My name is Vic Whitaker, and I’m CCEA’s newly appointed Executive Director.  Please allow me an opportunity to introduce myself. I retired several years ago after teaching for 35 years in the same continuation high school, Chaparral High School in San Diego, California.  I’ve been a continuous member of … Read More

Moving into the Future Together

CCEA Fall 2018 Update

Three Amazing Days of Learning and Networking Join your fellow continuation school educators for the upcoming CCEA conference “Moving into the Future Together”. This is a once a year opportunity where you can connect with other alternative educators who understand the unique nuances of working within continuation schools. Whether you are a teacher, an administrator, or classified staff member – this … Read More

The Changing Face of Continuation Schools

CCEA - The Changing Face of Continuation Education

As we move into the LCFF/LCAP era, California’s 520 continuation high schools take on increased significance. The LCFF focuses on low income and foster youth and English language learners, who make up a majority of a continuation school’s student body. To help meet a school district’s LCAP priorities in student engagement, school climate and student achievement, continuation schools must be … Read More