To celebrate 25 years of helping to develop transformational schools in California, LPA hosted a dinner for friends, collaborators and clients during the CASH Conference in Sacramento in February.
The event was an opportunity to look back at LPA's accomplishments over the years and the changing designs for school facilities. It was also a chance for clients, consultants and school leaders to discuss the future and new strategies for bringing out the best in student leaders.
Attendees included Gene Hartline, pictured above left of center, the founder of CASH, who was also LPA's first public school client in California.
"It was a tremendous night," says LPA Principal and Director of K-12 Jim Kisel. "We were able to see old friends and clients and look ahead to what's next."