Service Plan Details: Scotus Central Catholic
Staff Development Services (84-002.05A)
Crisis/ School Safety
Workshops, consultation, and on-site support for school safety teams, crisis teams, and threat assessment teams.
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.
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.
Instructional Materials Services (84-002.05C)
Coordinating Computer Repair Partnership
Coordination of a computer repair service across multiple vendors. ESU serves as a central drop off / pick up location.
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.
Free electronics recycling for member schools. Schools are encouraged to drop off a variety of unused computer-based electronics where they are palletized and recycled.
Provides support for a regional single sign on system.
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.
LAN Manager and Tech Integration Program
Provide support and training to school LAN Managers including professional development of staff or individuals with the integration of technology into the classrooms.
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.
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.
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.