Susan Tom Torlakson Beau Lisa Gold Ribbon Schools 5.19.15

Pictured here from left to right are: Susan Frantz (Group Marketing Team Manager, California Casualty), Tom Torlakson (CA Superintendent), Beau Brown (CEO, California Casualty) and Lisa Almeida (Assistant Vice President Group Marketing, California Casualty)

The Association of California School Administrators and California Casualty are mutually committed to serving members who lead great schools. California Casualty is proud to stand with ACSA for more than 30 years as it supports the administrators who encourage and steer their staff to attain new heights in an ever changing education environment. ACSA lends support to its members through professional development, sharing of great ideas and innovation and with benefits of membership.

As the Presenting Sponsor of the California Department of Education’s School Recognition Program, California Casualty has recommitted to ACSA’s goal of supporting California’s educators and administrators, helping make possible events that honored the 2015 Teachers of the Year, Classified School Employees of the Year, and the 373 secondary schools named 2015 Gold Ribbon Schools.

California Casualty CEO Beau Brown remarked what a privilege it was to play a key role in acknowledging the achievements and successes of California educators and their schools. “Our partnership with the California Department of Education is a testament of how schools, businesses and communities can come together to promote the remarkable successes of those developing the minds of our future generations.”

ACSA and California Casualty salute the great work of administrators across the Golden State and the schools they lead. Together, our organizations are able to do more for the ACSA members we serve. A California Casualty representative would welcome the opportunity to explain the many benefits that come with ACSA membership. If you would like more information, contact Roxanne Dean, 1.800.964.3903 ext. 5923 or

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