2021 - 2022


Palmer Public Schools
2021 - 2022
ESU 07
   

Staff Development Services (84-002.05A)
Notes:

School’s District Annual Consultation for 2021-2022

Priorities

  • Strategic Planning Priorities from NASB

  • School Improvement Reading Goal

  • Counselor Coach/Support with Mental Health Needs

  • Sustainability of trainings for new staff (Write Tools)

  • SPED File Review Support

  • Focus on student data especially when teachers set professional goals

ESU 7 Support Personnel

Focus

Ideal Implementation Level

(to be completed in summer conversation)

Date/Time

Brooke Kavan

Cognitive Coaching Pitch

 

August 9th (11:00-11:30)

Brooke Kavan

In-Service Support on 1:30 Dismissals

 

September 1st

October 6th

February 2nd

March 3rd

April 6th

Otis Pierce

Digital Citizenship for Parents

 

August 10th (5:30-7:00)

Otis Pierce

Digital Citizenship for Students

 

August 31st (8:15-10:30)

Present at Consultation:  Otis Pierce, Brooke Kavan, Tami Clay, Ronelle Jackson, Megan Welch, Brooke Koliha, Laura Plas, Mark Brady, Sherise Loeffelbein, Joel Bohlken, Greg Morris

 


Classroom Coaching
Cognitive Coaching for Teachers
Continuous Improvement Process
Analyzing results, selecting goals, implementation of strategies, verifying results, implementation of CIP cycle, leadership retreat, SIMPL data dig @ districts
Instructional Materials Adoption
Instructional materials adoption assistance and materials alignment
NWEA Training/Support
NWEA Certified Facilitators providing on-site consultation, training, and data analysis for administrators, teachers and staff.
Other/Non-NSCAS Content Trainings
Trainings and support for content areas not tested through NSCAS. Such trainings as for guidance counselors, special education staff, and para educators.
Personalized PD
Assistance/mentoring for teachers (or small groups of teachers) needing assistance with implementing specific strategies.
Principal Development
ESU 7 Principals have the opportunity to meet 5 times each year for opportunities to collaborate. Additionally, principal trainings are scheduled as needs are identified.
Superintendent Development
Superintendent networking meetings on ESU campus throughout the year. Visits by ESU Administrator to school district Superintendents to discuss, plan and problem solve services provided to the districts. KSB training series. Perry Law Firm policy updates. Other topics for superintendents.
Technology Integration
Provides professional development of staff and/or individuals with the integration of technology into the classroom.
Instructional Materials Services (84-002.05C)
Technology (84-002.05B)
Coordinating Computer Repair Partnership
Coordination of a computer repair service across multiple vendors. ESU serves as a central drop off / pick up location.
Datacenter Services
Provides a direct connection to each school via a layer 2 VPN. This connection allows schools to place servers in our data center for redundant and primary services along with offsite backups.
Distance Learning Consortium
Coordination of DL and online learning. This consortium includes virtual field trips, e-rate filing and consultation, Santa visits, and Zoom desktop video conferencing.
Internet Support
Provide coordination and support for our school's direct connection to an internet service provider of their choice. These services range from the initial planning and design, to implementation of equipment and assuring continuity of the connection.
LanMan Partnership
ESU offers to supply technical services on a consistent scheduled basis per our LANMAN Partnership service agreement. A District Technology Coordinator is hired by the ESU and assigned to those schools who choose to participate in the service.
Network Planning & Consultation
Network personnel help plan, design, and implement infrastructure from wire to wireless, iPad, or laptops, servers and more.
Technical Support
Our Team provides support in the following areas: Backups, Client Computers, iOS, General IT, Lab Computers, Web Filtering, Email, Wired & Wireless Networking, Anti-Virus, and User Administration. Training is available for a variety of software and hardware platforms including server, mobile device management, client and tablet systems.
Student Services
Deaf Education
A teacher of the Hearing Impaired provides deaf education services and/or consultation for students verified as deaf or hard of hearing. Our Deaf Educator works with audiologists to ensure appropriate aural rehabilitation services to students, families, and schools.
Early Childhood Special Education
Early Childhood Special Education services includes managing referrals and conducting evaluations of children birth to 5 years old. If children are in need of special education services; it also includes evidence based service delivery of comprehensive services in homes, childcare and preschool settings that adhere to IDEA Part C and Part B (619) rules and regulations. The teams also works to smoothly transition verified children to their elementary schools as they move on to kindergarten. Schools can utilize coordinators to help manage their Teaching Strategies GOLD requirements.
Program Supervision
Compliance, financials, training
Psychology
Provide direct and indirect support through general education and special education processes. Provide individual, team, and systems-level supports and services to various problem-solving teams. Academic, social emotional, and behavioral assessment, consultation, collaboration with classroom teachers, special education staff, specialists, parents, administration, and school personnel to develop an effective plan to meet the needs of each individual student.
Speech Language
Provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and consultative services for students. Provide services in many areas, including receptive language, expressive language, articulation, voice, fluency, literacy, and social communication. Individual plans and service delivery made for each student to ensure FAPE. Participate in transition teams. Materials and assessment checkout.
Transition
A transition specialists primary focus is preparing students with disabilities to transition from high school to life after graduation. The specialist supports districts through training opportunities, linkages to agencies and specialists, and providing student workshops on transition-related topics.
Other Services
Autism Spectrum Disorders Grant
The Northeast Regional ASD Network is available to provide Resources and Training to local school districts in the areas of: Assessment and verification of ASD ?Program planning, including identification and implementations of appropriate strategies and interventions for students with ASD The Northeast region has a lending library consisting of books, videos, and other resources that is available to school districts and parents upon request. These may be checked out from the ESU7 Media Department.
PEaK
PEaK, formerly known as ILCD stands for Improving Learning for Children with Disabilities, a Nebraska Department of Education Initiative designed to enhance program improvement that will result in better outcomes for children with disabilities. The ESU7 PEaK Coordinator assists school districts with their improvement activities for students with disabilities. The Facilitator partners with districts to gather and analyze data in collaboration with the Continuous School Improvement Process and to assist in the development of Targeted Improvement Plans. Each Nebraska school district will develop a Targeted Improvement Plan that will lead to better child and student performance and report annually to NDE on the Plan's progress.
Perkins Grant
Provides grant facilitation, management, professional development, and networking for Career and Technical Education teachers through the Carl D Perkins Grant Consortium.
Planning Region Team
Planning Region 7 is an organized group of parents, advocates and representatives from school districts, agencies, educational service units, Head Start, and other relevant agencies or persons responsible for assisting in the planning and implementation of the Early Intervention Act in each local community or region. PRT also tracks, arranges or provides the required NDE training for PART C providers and is the entity to compliance monitoring of Part C in our 7 counties.
Title 1 COOP
Provide support in coordinating school wide and targeted assistance Title 1 programs. Training and support provided for teachers, administrators, and bookkeepers.
Title III - English Learners
Trainings, support and resources to assist schools in meeting the needs of English Learners.
Transition Grant
A transition specialists primary focus is preparing students with disabilities to transition from high school to life after graduation. The specialist supports districts through training opportunities, linkages to agencies and specialists, and providing student workshops on transition-related topics.