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Classified School Employees of the Year

Recognizes exemplary classified school employees who best represent all of California's classified staff and symbolize the profession's contributions and commitment to quality education.

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Presented by California Casualty, the California Department of Education, and the Classified School Employees Association, the Classified School Employees of the Year (CSEY) Program highlights the contributions of classified school employees who support the more than six million public school students from preschool through grade twelve in California.

From school bus drivers to cafeteria workers to instructional aides, these tireless workers are the unsung heroes who play key roles in creating a school environment that contributes to the whole child by promoting student achievement, safety, and health.

Nominations for the 2018 program are now open. Applications must be submitted by County Offices of Education and mailed to the California Department of Education with a postmarked date no later than March 20, 2018.

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California Casualty External link opens in new window or tab. Headquartered in San Mateo, California Casualty is proud to sponsor the CDE’s School Recognition Program because we are committed to education and have supported California teachers and students at school, in the community and behind the wheel for over 60 years.

It is an honor to recognize educators who make a difference every day for our children. It takes real commitment to go far above and beyond to help students reach their full potential. Follow the link above to learn more about California Casualty and our sponsorship of the California Department of Education’s California School Recognition Program.

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