Programs & Services
The CACE Department sponsors a variety of programs and services in service to its members.
Established as a professional development opportunity for those who are new or nearly new to the position, the Superintendents' Academy has become a key part of the CACE Department's mission to assist in the orientation and ongoing support of Catholic school superintendents. It is held annually in conjunction with the CACE Annual Meeting. The Academy will afford an opportunity for new superintendents to learn more about arch/diocesan leadership and collaborate with others who are also beginning their new leadership roles.
For more information please contact the CACE Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
E-Rate Technology Plans
Catholic schools have an opportunity to have significant portions of their technology purchases reduced by applying for an E-Rate discount. When filing an application for Priority 2 services, it is required that a school's plan be approved by a recognized approving agency. Priority 1 Services no longer require plan approval. While it is preferred that a school seeks approval through a local public school district or its diocesan office, the service is available to member schools for a modest administrative fee of $100.00.
Technology plans can be submitted by two methods:
By Email: email@example.com
Meg C. DeBoe
Administrative Assistant, CACE
1005 N. Glebe Road Suite 525
Arlington, VA 22201
The approval process takes 3 – 4 weeks. For more information on E-Rate visit the Schools and Libraries Website at http://www.universalservice.org/sl/.
Customized programs and services are available to CACE members at national meetings and regional locations throughout the United States. These include, but are not limited to, professional programs and support services for central office leaders and staff in the areas of evangelization and Catholic identity, strategic planning, and finance. CACE also offers programmatic consulting services to assist with leadership and professional development for senior positions, including new superintendents, assistant superintendents, and directors.