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Our STARS/ACHIEVE students had a great time on their Annual Fishing Trip!!
Our STARS/ACHIEVE students had a great time on their Annual Fishing Trip!!
Our STARS/ACHIEVE students had a great time on their Annual Fishing Trip!!
Our STARS/ACHIEVE students had a great time on their Annual Fishing Trip!!
Momma Duck was ready to mover her babies out of the patio at Metzenbaum Center!!
Momma Duck was ready to mover her babies out of the patio at Metzenbaum Center!! They walked out through the gym!
ESCWR Superintendent, Jennifer Felker visited our Job training students at the Heinen's in Chardon. It's great to see our students out in the community practicing their employability skills!
ESCWR Superintendent, Jennifer Felker visited our Job training students at the Heinen's in Chardon. It's great to see our students out in the community practicing their employability skills!
The Lake County Treasurer, Michael Zuren stopped in at our Unique Like Me Storefront Vocational Skills Training Site today and presented us with a proclamation! April 29, 2022 will be known as Unique Like Me Day!!!
Lake County Treasurer, Michael Zuren stopped in at our Unique Like Me Vocational Skills Training Site today and presented us with a proclamation! April 29, 2022 will be known as Unique Like Me Day!!!
Broadmoor's Field Day!
Field day at Broadmoor!
Field day at Broadmoor!
Field day at Broadmoor!
Women in STEM Day at Lake Erie College!
Women in STEM Day at Lake Erie College!
Women in STEM Day at Lake Erie College!
Women in STEM Day at Lake Erie College!
Women in STEM Day at Lake Erie College!
Women in STEM Day at Lake Erie College!
 Preschoolers were excited to interact with animals from Lake Metroparks Farmpark last week!
Preschoolers were excited to interact with animals from Lake Metroparks Farmpark last week!
Barnyard Goes to School! Our Preschool classes in Fairport & Perry were excited to interact with animals from Lake Metroparks Farmpark last week!
Barnyard Goes to School! Our Preschool classes in Perry & Fairport were excited to interact with animals from Lake Metroparks Farmpark last week!
Preschool Students at Ledgemont Elementary are creating a maple tree as they learn about maple sugaring!
Preschool Students at Ledgemont Elementary are creating a maple tree as they learn about maple sugaring!
Tri-County Spelling Bee participants
Tri- County Spelling Bee ParticipantsParker Pacifico from West Geauga, Lorelei Glink from Jefferson & Charlie Whittaker from Kirtland
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New Job Training Program Video

Take a look at our new Job Training Program Video! It was created by two students from the Auburn Career Center. The students did a great job and we appreciate their help in creating this very informative video. Please share with interested students and families! Should you have any questions please contact our Vocational Director, Jaina Gandolfi at [email protected].

Summer Legal Update

Start your summer off with us! Join the ESC of Western Reserve and Roetzel & Andress for a morning of updates and discussion concerning current legal trends and issues impacting school districts, their employees and students. All school administrators are welcome to attend this complimentary program. An opportunity to network over lunch will be provided at the conclusion of the presentations. Click HERE to view our invitation for additional information and registration.

Overview of Mastery Learning Framework & TeachBetter Academy Virtual PD Platform Info Session

Join us on June 2nd for our Overview of Mastery Learning Framework & TeachBetter Academy Virtual PD Platform Info Session.ESCWR in partnership with 16 other ESCs has secured a RemotEdX grant with Teach Better for professional development for the 22-23 school year as well as 1,000 licenses for Digital Teacher Professional Development over the course of 18 months beginning September 2022.  PD Topics include:  Classroom Management, Personalized Learning, DOK, Problem Based Learning, and a variety of other topics.

These licenses will be FREE at no cost to districts for use due to this grant.

We are inviting Curriculum Leaders to preview the Virtual Teach Better PD Licenses AND The Grid Method Mastery Framework for input and feedback to determine if this is something our District teams would like Professional Development FREE at no cost for the 22-23 school year as part of a grant opportunity.

This session will introduce participants to The Mastery Framework Grid Method and share FREE access to digital PD Resources via Teach Better Academy. 

This presentation will introduce how mastery learning and student centered instruction can improve teaching and learning as well as help teachers, schools and districts meet the needs of ALL students. This work supports high quality standards aligned instruction, personalized learning, as well as the collection, reflection and application of high quality data to drive instruction and monitor student growth. Additionally you will be shown how Mastery progressions are from standards that scaffolds learning using Depth of Knowledge. This also aligns with the requirements set by OTES 2.0. 

More information about the can be found at: www.teachbetter.com/thegridmethodLunch will be provided. Register here.  

Dyslexia Within MTSS Model

Join us on June 6th for our Dyslexia Within MTSS Model Session! This session will provide an overview of the primary reading skill deficits associated with Dyslexia.  Join this offering to learn the additional areas of instruction individuals with dyslexia require to learn word structure.  Participants will acquire knowledge of the steps in  supporting learning growth for students with dyslexia within an MTSS model.  Tools including a Student Literacy Profile Report, Parent/Teacher Questionnaire form, and lesson instruction guides will be shared. Register here. 

Fiscal Management Network Meeting

Join us on June 8th for our Fiscal Management Network Meeting! Developing public presentation of the annual financial performance for individual school districts. Register here.

CORE Program

The ESC of the Western Reserve's CORE program is an educational program serving students at risk due to emotional challenges resulting from trauma.  The CORE classroom helps 11th & 12th grade students gain the skills necessary to become college and career ready.  Academic success, community involvement and self-reliance are the three outcomes that underpin the CORE classroom.  The classroom location is within the Auburn Career Center and students complete their required coursework utilizing the Edmentum online academy.  We accept general education students as well as students on IEPs and 504 plans.    For additional information for the 2022-2023 school year and to set up a program/student tour, please contact Jaina Gandolfi at [email protected]. 

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Extended Learning and Summer Programming Catalog

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