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Dear NEOSTEAM23 Community - sponsors, volunteers, teachers, students, administrators, and supporters:

Thank you ALL for playing a part in making this year’s NEOSTEAM 2023 event at Lake Erie College a success. 

Over two days, we saw over 220 students, teachers, administrators, and counselors from 11 Northeast Ohio school districts hear from a diverse group of STEAM professionals about their journey from high school to career, engage in workshops that activated deep thinking and creative inquiry, make connections to how STEAM can support transformative experiences and systemic shifts in our teaching and learning ecosystem, and witness first-hand how Lake Erie College can be a beacon for a successful transition into college or career through their educational paths and career development programs. 

Please enjoy the pictures from NEOSTEAM23 here

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Posted Monday, March 6, 2023

Community Service (CSPs) RFP Integrated Student Supports

(Direct Student Supports, Staff Professional Development, Prevention, and Integrated Student Supports)

The ESC of the Western Reserve (ESCWR) has received Extended Learning Dollars for FY 23 and FY 24 school years targeted for ODE Integrated Student Supports to support the needs of the whole child in line with Ohio’s Whole Child Framework.

View our ESCWR Community Service Providers RFP for additional information.


As per ODE recommendations, for students to acquire the knowledge, skills, necessary to understand and manage emotions, feel and show empathy to others and to establish and manage positive relationships and make responsible choices.  


  • Proposals set forth by the ESCWR made available on Wednesday, March 1, 2023. Complete this Google Interest Form.

  • Proposals must be submitted to the ESCWR by Wednesday, March 29, 2023.

  • Interviews will take place on Tuesday, April 4, 2023. 

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Posted Friday, March 3, 2023

2023 Tri-County Spelling Bee

Congratulations to Tia Geisler winner of this year's Tri-County Spelling Bee! The Tri-County Spelling Bee was held on March 1st at 9:00 a.m. students from Mentor Public Schools (Lake County), St. John School (Ashtabula County) and Cardinal Local Schools (Geauga County) competed. Great effort by all! Tia Geilser is with Mentor Public Schools in Lake County. She will now advance to the Scripps National Spelling Bee Finals on May 28th in Washington D.C. 

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Posted Thursday, March 2, 2023

Gaitway Greenhouse Day of GIving 2023

The Gaitway Greenhouse Project started in the Spring of 2020 after Gaitway High School was awarded with a small grant from the Geauga Soil & Water Conservation District.  Gaitway students constructed the Gaitway Greenhouse during the 2021-2022 school year on the campus of Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center.  From 2022 until now, Gaitway students took part in various greenhouse projects that supplied local restaurants with edible garnishes.  Unfortunately, the windy weather in Bainbridge Township has decimated our greenhouse to a point of no repair.  No amount of duct tape could hold the panels in place.  We are forced to start anew and to rebuild!  We are asking for your help to raise money for this rebuild of the Gaitway Greenhouse.  Please consider donating to our Gaitway Greenhouse Day of Giving 2023! 

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Posted Thursday, March 2, 2023

District Resident Educator Consultation Supports

Duration:  School Year August/September through May
The Ohio Resident Educator Program has transitioned from a four to a two-year comprehensive initiative to assist beginning teachers with mentoring and professional development as they start their education careers. The Resident Educator Program is designed to improve teacher retention, enhance teacher quality, and result in improved student achievement. The Resident Educator initiative can be viewed as a professional pathway to continued professional learning, leading educators to more effective practices and excellence in teaching. Upon completing the program requirements and passage of the Resident Educator Summative Assessment (RESA), teachers are eligible for a professional teaching license.

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Posted Monday, February 27, 2023

CPI Training Services

Duration: August to June upon request 
This training is designed to introduce educators and human service professionals to nonviolent crisis interventions. Individuals who directly intervene in crisis situations learn decision-making skills to match the level of response to the risk of crisis, focusing on the least-restrictive response. This includes recognizing the stages of an escalating crisis and learning evidence-based techniques to appropriately de-escalate. Educators and human service professionals will earn continuing education credits.  Initial training must be completed first, followed by an annual refresher training. To schedule a CPI training course please reach out to Brittany Garrett at [email protected]

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Posted Sunday, February 26, 2023

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