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Serving Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, El Dorado, Sacramento, Tuolumne, Placer, and Yolo Counties

Founded in 1863, the California Teachers Association has become one of the strongest advocates for educators in the country. CTA includes teachers, counselors, school librarians, social workers, psychologists, and nurses. These educators in the K-12 school system are joined by community college faculty, California State University faculty, and education support professionals to make CTA the most inclusive and most powerful voice of educators in the state.

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Capital SCC Leadership

CTA Board of Directors:

Director District D - Mike Patterson

Director District E - Shelly Gupton

NEA Board of Directors:

District 1 - Naqiba Gregory

District 12 - Nichole DeVore

CTA/ABC Committee Members:

District D - Roger McCoy

District E - Owen Jackman

Service Center Officers:

Chair - Jen Drewek

Vice Chair - Naqiba Gregory

Secretary - Mona DeArcos

Treasurer - Krissie Goetz

CTA Staff Consultant - 

CTA Associate Staff - Goretti Campa

Service Center Steering Committee

Chair - Jen Drewek

Vice Chair - Naqiba Gregory

Secretary - Mona DeArcos

Treasurer - Krissie Goetz

State Council At Large Representative - Jessica Hilderbrand

Small Chapters - Cora Dillard

Medium Chapters - Jeannie Jentzen

Large Chapters - Julieanne Neal

Human Rights Advocacy Coordinator - 

Women's Advocacy Coordinator - 

LGBTQ+ Advocacy Coordinator - Melanie Bean

Accessibility Advocacy Coordinator - Bethany Moslen

Community Outreach Coordinator - Carmen Wright

Political Involvement Committee Chair - James Sutter

​Racial Equity Affairs Committee - Anna Aguilar, Angelina Brye-Jones, Gia Moreno and Danaa Tateishi

Elections Chair - Candie Ray

Scholarship Committee - Naqiba Gregory & Shelly Gupton

WHO Awards - Naqiba Gregory

Instruction & Professional Development Committee - Dr. Phe Bach

Digital Communications - Gia Moreno & James Sutter

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September 2024

12 - Capital Service Center Kickoff TBD

18 - Steering Committee Meeting

24 - General Business Meeting

Region II Leadership Conference TBD

October 2024


December 2024

3 - Board of Education Dinner

11 - Steering Committee Meeting

January 2025

8 - General Business Meeting

February 2025

24 - Steering Committee Planning Meeting

March 2025

27 - General Business Meeting

April 2025

May 2025

8 - Steering Committee Meeting

9 - WHO Awards

21 - General Business Meeting

April 2024

2 CSCC Document Review Committee Meeting 5:30 pm, Natomas RRC

5-7 CTA State Council

11 Equity Book Chat Party 5:30 - 8:00 (Flyer | RSVP)

13 Mini-Political Academy 9:30 am - 3:00 pm (Flyer | RSVP)

20 CSCC WHO Awards - Location: Lake Natomas Inn (702 Gold Lake Dr, Folsom, CA 95630) 5:30 PM

29 Communications Training (also offered on May 8)   (Flyer | RSVP) 5:00 PM

May 2024

7 CSCC Steering Committee - Natomas RRC 5:30 PM (RSVP)

8 Communications Training (also offered on May April 29)  (Flyer | RSVP)

8 CSCC REAC Training on Native Cultural Humility – Natomas RRC 5:00 pm (RSVP)

11 Political Academy - Natomas RRC (4100 Truxel Rd, Sacramento, CA 95834) 10 am - 2 pm (RSVP)

15 CSCC General Business Meeting - Location: Cattlemen’s (2000 Taylor Road, Roseville, CA 95678) 6:00 PM (RSVP)

22 NEA RA Orientation - Natomas RRC

29 22 NEA RA Orientation - Natomas RRC

31 -6/2 CTA State Council

June 2024

1 Davis Pride TBD

8-9th Sacramento Pride TBD

July 2024

3-7 NEA/RA - Philadelphia, PA

11-14 Presidents' Conference - Orange County

24-28 Summer Institute - Los Angeles

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Meaningful Work. Unforgettable Experiences.

CTA Capital Service Center Council is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before. We work on many exciting projects to help improve the lives of others, and are very proud of the progress we continue to make. Learn more about what we do, who we help, and how we work every day to promote positive change.

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One Step at a Time Together

Join other CCSC members to march for your students' rights. Members come together at Sacramento Pride, Ceasar Chavez March, Martin Luther King March, and many others. CCSC is a champion of equity in our schools and the lives of their students they serve.

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Improving Our Practice

Scholarships are offered through Capital City Service Center for educators to attend conferences and workshops. CCSSC encourages its members to grow and learn from other educators at many CTA sponsored conferences, such as the Good Teaching and Regional 2 Leadership conference.



Honoring Heroes

Our goal is to promote and recognize educators in our community who do outstanding service everyday. At annual events we offer access to the right resources and people to become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. We hope to see you at one of our many events to give you the credit and recognition you deserve.

Find out more by contacting your local chapter president.

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"One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world."

Malala Yousafzai

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