The Council of Administrators & Supervisors (CAS) is the largest professional organization of practicing public school administrators & supervisors on Long Island with nearly 1500 active members. For over 50 years, CAS has vigorously protected the legal rights and served school leaders’ professional interests in both Nassau and Suffolk counties. CAS is an association of over 75 independent and self-governing local school district bargaining units governed by an executive board that meets monthly to develop policies and programs. The executive board is instrumental in designing timely and appropriate personal and professional development opportunities and other special events for members. Each year, CAS members meet to honor outstanding administrators, recognize CAS Scholarship recipients, and commemorate our recent retirees’ contributions at two delegate assembly meetings. All members are welcome to attend our workshops at no cost and to attend our delegate assemblies at a nominal fee.
To negotiate fair and equitable administrative contracts and provide immediate personal services to our members, we maintain a legal office in Hauppauge just off the Long Island Expressway with two experienced full-time attorneys and an office manager. All CAS members have direct access to our attorneys via telephone, email, and personal consultations. Because we are a local organization, the attorneys are no more than an hour away from our Long Island districts and can represent our members on short notice.
As a CAS member, you are also a member of the Empire State Supervisors and Administrators Association (ESSAA), our state-wide umbrella organization with more than 3,500 members. ESSAA and CAS representatives meet regularly with the Commissioner of Education, the Regents, and our legislators to bring member concerns to both elected and appointed public officials.
Please take a moment to explore the CAS website at www.casliny.com to find out more about our organization.
Albert H. Voorneveld
Please read CAS’ brochure on the Value of Union Membership. It contains crucial and timely information about major legal developments affecting all public employees.