The Citrus Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce, a unifying force for business, government, education and community involvement, is recognized as a vital resource for businesses in the Greater Sacramento Area, committed to promoting economic prosperity.
Cendrinne DeMattei, The DeMattei Real Estate Team at Keller Williams
Until June 20, 2013, the Education Committee meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 8:00 a.m. at Mesa Verde High School, 7501 Carriage Drive, Citrus Heights, CA 95621. During the summer break they will meet at the Chamber office, or until otherwise noted.
The Education Committee is committed to helping our school district, San Juan Unified School District, and all the schools within Citrus Heights, San Juan and Mesa Verde High Schools, Sylvan Middle School, and Arlington Heights, Cambridge, Carriage, Citrus Heights, Grand Oaks, Kingswood, Lichen, Mariposa, Skycrest and Woodside Elementary schools; achieve quality education by providing as much support as we can from our membership in various programs.
Below is a list of the programs that we currently implement. If you want to attend one of the committee meetings or help out with any of these programs or just need more information please contact the Chamber office.
TESTIMONIALS & ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
I want to once again thank you for your amazing generosity of school supplies and backpacks gathered from your school supply drive! Our students are indeed lucky recipients of these donations by the Chamber of Commerce. In these challenging economic times, any help students receive from community businesses and organizations is so beneficial. We look forward to distributing the supplies to classrooms and our students. Please pass on to all who contributed that we are so very grateful for their support and kindness. I look forward to continuing to work with you on behalf of our Citrus Heights schools.
With much regard,
Mariposa Elementary School
Special congratulations to the Education Committee, and former Vice Chair Charlie McComish, for all their hard work which led to their receiving the presitigious 2011 CSUS School of Education Business Partnership Award.