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Members attending the Annual Membership Meeting on Friday, March 6, 2015 were treated to special musical entertainment offered by students of member school districts who had submitted applications for our Talent search contest.  At the end of the event, attendees had the opportunity to vote for their favorite 2.  All student groups selected to provide entertainment at the event were awarded a grant for their schools music program.

CONGRATULATIONS to the Winners of our School Talent Search!

1.  Grant Amount:   $3,000

For:                        Anaheim City SD Mariachi Program

Member:               Anaheim City SD  -

Sean Oliu (12 year old soloist)

For more information you can find Sean on Facebook (Sean Oliu Official), Instagram (Sean_Oliu) and Twitter (@SeanOliu). 

2.  Grant Amount:  $2,500

For:                        San Clemente HS Music Program

Member:               Capistrano USD

San Clemente HS (Jazz Big Band)

Follow their music program on FaceBook at
To contact them for performances, please contact Mr. Soto at

3.  Grant Amount:   $2,000

For:                        Garvey SD Show Choir

Member:               Garvey SD

Rhythmax (Children’s Choir – 2nd to 5th Grade)

Contact information for the Rhythmax, the Garvey School District Show Choir:
Garvey School District at (626) 307-2103; or Marina Tahmizian cell phone (626) 319-9043


4.  Grant Amount:   $1,500

For:                        Mission Viejo HS Music Program

Member:               Saddleback USD

Mission Viejo HS (Electric Rock String Quartet)

For more information about this group or to find out when and where their next performance will be contact:
John Hannan at   (714) 325-8936 or the school website is:



Training Resource for Mandated Reporters
May 19, 2015

With news headlines reading “Principal convicted of failing to report suspected child abuse by teacher” and “Jury Reaches Verdict After SJ Principal Charged With Failure To Report Abuse”,  training employees about their responsibility to promptly report allegations and suspicions of child abuse, along with the consequences of failure to report, becomes increasingly important.  This school employee was faced with up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine due to her failure to report incidents of child abuse.  AB1432 requires all school employees receive mandated reporter training within 6 weeks of being hired and then annually thereafter at the beginning of the school year to assure that employees fully understand this responsibility.  SELF is currently providing a free 45 minute mandated reporter training tool to all ASCIP members at no cost until July 15.


Mandated Reporter Training ScreenshotASCIP will soon make a condensed version of the mandated reporter training available (approximately 30 minute run time) to the ASCIP membership through the Learning Management System (LMS).  This training is currently in the final testing phase, but will be available during June for members to begin using at no cost.  The ASCIP Mandated Reporter training is shorter, more engaging and dynamic than the State’s version, yet will meet all of the Mandated Reporter training requirements. The training identifies the signs and symptoms of child abuse, outlines the reporting requirements and touches on all the key issues to comply with your training needs.

Mandated Reporter Screenshot 2


If you are not currently signed up and using the ASCIP LMS training tool, with the addition of the Mandated Reporter Training component, now is the time to consider it.  The LMS training tool will allow you to auto assign trainings, keep records and monitor when training is completed and send reminders to procrastinators.


Contact Martha Espinoza to learn more about the Mandated Reporter training or the ASCIP LMS training tool.


ASCIP Supports “National Child Abuse Prevention Month”
April 17, 2015

We All Can Play a Part in Protecting Children!

April is a time to focus on the important role that schools play in helping to protect children.

Child abuse and neglect continue to be a national problem. More than 3.8 million reports of child abuse involving almost 680,000 victims occurred in the United States in fiscal year 2012

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