CAPA is divided into thirteen regions. Each region is encouraged to have a Regional Representative (“Regional Rep”) who can coordinate meetings in order to select a venue, meeting date, time and also email out an agenda. We encourage you to share your agenda and meeting minutes with CAPA so that we can find ways to better support you, our members.
What do Regional Reps do?
Regional Representatives create opportunities to network with other school leaders in your immediate area. This is an informal role, which requires you to coordinate at least two regional meetings per year. If your Professional Learning Network is strong, you may choose to meet more frequently, such as each term. At times, CAPA may also circulate information to you for distribution.