A MEssage From Our President
Hello to all of our WACA friends, "old" and new...
I chose our theme for this year's WACA conference (Tune In To Leadership) because of my passion for music and because of the many parallels between music and our love of providing enriching opportunities for our students. They can both be creative and fun, both can make a true difference, both can communicate a higher good, both can elicit energy, and both can touch our hearts and inspire our souls. Music is a piece of art that goes into the ears and straight to the heart and it can last and last if it's great (yay, 80's)!
Others can better express those parallels:
"Your heart is just a beatbox for the rest of your life." -Sandi Thom
"Dear music, thanks for always clearing my head, healing my heart, and lifting my spirits." -Lori Deschene
"Music can change the world because it can change people." -Bono
NAWD Conference Opportunity
Click here to check out the information for the 2017 NAWD (National Association of Workshop Directors) Conference being held in Spokane this coming December. An awesome opportunity to connect with another great national conference being held in the PNW this year!
waca 2018 teaser
Check out this teaser for the 2018 WACA (Washington Activity Coordinators Association) Conference!
Next year's conference will be held at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, Washington on March 14, 15 & 16. More information will be available in the months to come. Have a great day!
the Washington activity coordinators association
Members of WACA (Washington Activity Coordinators Association) include representatives from middle, junior and high schools from a variety of activity areas from all over Washington State. Delegates include activity coordinators, cheer coaches, ASB and club advisers, class advisers, administrators, athletic directors, leadership teachers and activity secretaries.
The Organization's Mission: To promote and provide resources for those involved in student activity programs that actively engage students in a positive learning community.