Over 35 Years of Designing Solutions that Make a Difference

ASCIP’s mission is to provide the highest quality of service and the most extensive coverage available to its members at a competitive price.

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ASCIP - the preferred choice for California schools insurance needs - broad coverage, strong net position, history of stable rates and numerous no-cost loss control resources.

Risk Services

Our job is to help our members identify risk factors and minimize losses before they happen through risk management and loss control strategies.

LMS Training

ASCIP provides many training options including seminars, webinars and DVD's. But we are proud of our extensive on-line Learning Management System to meet members needs.

Forms & Tools

We offer a variety of forms and tools to assist you and your team. Our many helpful resources are always available for your use.

What’s New at ASCIP...

ASCIP Provides More Abuse Prevention Resources:

  • NASDTEC Clearinghouse for members to check employees and candidates for prior investigations, credentialing holds or concerns that may not have resulted in convictions, even in other states.
  • Adult-student interaction policy and procedure templates to provide clear boundaries.
  • “Making Right Choices” and other training is available to increase awareness, help staff help each other and avoid accusations.
  • Audits of policies, hiring practices, facilities and programs to identify vulnerabilities.

Help ASCIP protect children.  Contact us today to implement these free member resources

To learn more about these resources …

Go to our Risk Services tab within this website:

Abuse Prevention Resources

Or contact our Risk Services team.

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News

Hometown Heroes-How One Member Faced the Monster
March 29, 2019

The Woolsey fire, dubbed the “unstoppable monster” was the most destructive fire in Los Angeles and Ventura county history burning 96,949 acres, destroying 1,643 structures, killing three people, and causing the evacuation of more than 295,000.  ASCIP member, Las Virgenes USD, was surrounded by flames with every facility in the fire’s destructive path.  During the fire, displaced community members were frustrated with the lack of detailed information about their homes and neighborhoods.  Local emergency services were deluged with calls and didn’t know how to contact affected individuals.  LVUSD, which has emergency contact information for a large part of the community, bridged the communication gap providing a social media knowledge sharing campaign to ease frustrations.

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More Than Just COVERAGE ACROSS THE BOARD
March 20, 2019

Members at the 2019 Annual Membership Meeting found they have a whole lot more than great coverage from ASCIP.  Members met new service partners and ASCIP staff, discovered ASCIP’s rate stability despite a rapidly hardening insurance market, plus members discovered that ASCIP is a family sharing risks, knowledge and resources.  And just like any family, we had a great time playing family friendly board games as well.

Kristine Kwong, from ASCIP’s HR Hotline, was our emcee for the day.  Kristine kept our event flowing.  “Chess Queen” and Board President, Corinne Kelsch, welcomed attendees and encouraged members to get involved in ASCIP’s committees and governance.

CEO, Fritz Heirich as Mr. Monopoly, provided an overview of ASCIP’s financial strength and recent accomplishments, including

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