No cost tutoring launched in January 2021 and was made available from the Whole Child grant. Students from any school district in Lake or Geauga County, in grades 5-12 can receive in-person tutoring in ELA/reading, math, science and social studies. Please click here to read about the SFRC in an article in the News Herald. Click here for additional information about our SFRC Tutoring Center.
Posted Tuesday, November 23, 2021
Whether you are a seasoned administrator, an aspiring instructional coach, a soon-to be-building principal, or a self-proclaimed emerging teacher leader this professional growth session is for you. Participants will engage in experiences that will broaden their leadership network, develop mentoring skills, and explore individual character traits for successful leadership. Explore the power of reflective practice, creating a personal mission statement, and developing your leadership presence. Join us for this session on December 2, at 9:00 AM! For additional information and registration click here.
Posted Monday, November 15, 2021
Please join the ESCWR on December 6th in hosting ODE Math expert and leader Anna Cannelongo as she shares an overview of the High School Math Pathways and Algebra 2 Course Alternatives. The course alternatives: Quantitative Reasoning, Data Science Foundations, Discrete Math/Computer Science, Statistics and Probability, and Algebra 2 (updates) are important pathways for our local schools and districts to consider as our students need a more focused approach aligned to students' projected career paths. In addition, the scope and sequence of these courses incorporate hands on learning, real world application, critical thinking, as well as incorporate the CCSS Mathematical Practice standards.If you missed the November 9-10 Math Pathways Virtual Symposium, this is an opportune time to attend this session as pilot applications for Quantitative Reasoning and Data Science Foundations are due on December 16, 2021 to the Department. For additional information and registration please click here.
This series will present an overview of the unique process of transitioning students with disabilities age 14-22 from the educational environment to their life beyond school. Please view the flyer for additional information and registration!
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of the Geauga County Board of Mental Health and Recovery Services is proudly participating in a Movember campaign for the third year. During the month of November, the Coalition will be promoting a shared mission, expressed by HeadsUpGuys.org. “HeadsUpGuys is an online resource that supports men in their fight against depression by providing tips, tools, information about professional services, and stories of success.” Depression is a thief; it’s an illness that can rob you of your will to live. This resource sparks conversation and awareness for men’s mental health, how to get help, and where to find help.
Posted Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Join us on November 18th at 10:00 AM for our District Testing Coordinators Network! The network will cover all ODE testing information, changes, and legislative updates. Newly added requirements such as HQSD, dyslexia screeners, and graduation requirements will be additional topics of discussion as information becomes available. The meetings will always conclude with network time to ask questions and seek guidance from the group.