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C.A.S.H. 2015 Annual Conference Call for Workshop and Roundtable Proposals

April 22, 2014

Riding on the success of the 2014 Annual Conference, the C.A.S.H. Annual Conference Planning Committee is gearing up for 2015.  Do you have a great idea for a workshop or roundtable topic?  Please take a moment and complete the Call for Workshop/Roundtable Proposals.


Call for Workshop Proposals

Call for Roundtable Proposals


The deadline to submit a proposal is Friday, May 23.

C.A.S.H. Annual Conference Spotlight: Events for M&O Professionals

February 4, 2014

In addition to the wide array of professional development opportunities for school facilities professionals and their business partners offered at the 2014 C.A.S.H. Annual Conference, C.A.S.H. has included a substantial program designed specifically for school M&O professionals.  As state programs to support M&O departments, such as the Deferred Maintenance Program (DMP), have been eliminated and are being replaced with the “Good Repair” standard included the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), school maintenance departments are in a state of flux.  The following is a list workshops and events that can help school M&O professionals navigate these uncertain times.  Continue reading

C.A.S.H. Legislative Update – October 2013

October 16, 2013

The Legislature completed its business and went into interim recess on September 13, and the Governor had until midnight on October 13 to sign or veto bills passed by the Legislature.  The Legislature reconvenes on January 6, 2014, to begin the second year of the 2013-14 legislative session.  Below is an update on priority legislation for C.A.S.H.

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2014 C.A.S.H. Student School Design Recognition Award

September 26, 2013

Following is information for the C.A.S.H. 3rd Annual Student School Design Recognition Award program.

For this year’s 2nd Annual Program, presented at the C.A.S.H. Annual Conference in February, we received 21 submittals from architecture students throughout California.

The entries were judged by a jury made up of public and private sector school facility professionals and selected first, second, and third place winning designs.  Following are the winners:  Continue reading