Registration is OPEN for the 2018 Summit!
CSFC 2018 Annual Summit
October 4-5, 2018
The Westin Sacramento
4800 Riverside Blvd, Sacramento, CA
Register Online | PDF Registration Brochure
Registration is now open for the County School Facility Consortium (CSFC) 2018 Annual Summit! The CSFC Summit is the prime venue to share facilities expertise and discuss best practices and challenges with other County Offices of Education, and to discuss unique COE issues with prominent state officials.
This year’s Summit will be at the beautiful Westin Sacramento along the Sacramento River. The Summit is open to representatives from all COEs (CSFC membership is not a requirement for COE attendance), and our Associate member friends. Any non-member COEs who attend the Summit and subsequently join CSFC will receive a credit toward their membership dues.
The 2018 Summit will cover topics such as:
- Proposition 51 Implementation
- 2020 Bond Development
- Stormwater and State Water Resources Control Board Issues
- Legal Hot Topics
- Local Audits for School Facility Program Projects
- School Safety and Disaster Preaparedness
- Legislative and Regulatory Update
- Key State Agency Updates
Our traditional Networking Dinner will be hosted at the Westin Sacramento on Thursday, October 4, with catering by Scott’s Seafood on the River. The dinner is the prime opportunity to relax and network with your colleagues and key facilities leaders.
Given all that is happening in the world of facilities, the Summit is a can’t-miss event! We look forward to seeing you October 4-5 in Sacramento!
Jema Estrella, CSFC Chair
Rebekah Cearley, CSFC Legislative Advocate
Summit Location Information
The Westin Sacramento
4800 Riverside Blvd.
Monaco I Meeting Room
CSFC Participation at the
39th CASH Annual Conference!
CSFC Membership Meeting
Our February monthly meeting took place during the CASH Annual Conference. The meeting was open to both members and non-members.
View the Meeting Agenda
Meeting Handouts: Bond Advocacy
Take the CSFC Member Survey - County Office Prop 51 Projects
"Facilities in the LCAP: Evauluating Progress Toward Good Repair"
Facilities are an important part of the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), which is developed by each school district and county office of education to establish budget commitments and guide progress toward a variety of goals. Now that California is a few years into the LCAP process, we will explore the progress that has been made toward more descriptive and robust statements on facilities and good repair in district LCAPs.
- What oversight role does the county office of education play in assessing the sufficiency of district LCAPs?
- What opportunities exist for further improvement of facilities in LCAPs, and what tools can facilities professionals use to successfully advocate for facilities funding in the LCAP process?
Hosted by CSFC Chair Jema Estrella (LA COE) and a panel of speakers, attendeeds gained important knowledge related to facilities in the LCAP!
View the Workshop Presentation
Thank you to everyone who was able to come out and support CSFC
during the CASH Conference!