2021 - 2022


2021 - 2022
ESU 10
   

Staff Development Services (84-002.05A)
Notes:

Assessment- Training or support at district; attend sessions at ESU 10

 

CIP- Attend sessions at ESU 10

  • Will be evaluating Cognia and Nebraska Frameworks prior to the end of the school year and make the determination of which model to utilize moving forward.

  • They have not received their written external report yet. The review of this report will be their focus to begin the school year. 

     

Curriculum- Continue existing relationships

  • Plan to send middle school and high school math teachers to math cadre

     

Leadership- Attend sessions at ESU 10

 

Math- Attend sessions at ESU 10; continue with current relationships

  • Middle school and high school math teachers will attend ESU 10 math cadre

NWEA- Request ESU 10 training/support at school

  • MAP Growth and NSCAS Growth support for Annette 

     

Non-Core Subject Areas- Request ESU 10 training/support at school

  • Potentially CTE standards support

     

Paras- Request ESU 10 training/support at school

  • Request para breakout sessions on August 10, 2021

    • Dallas and Erica- strategies  

    • Hillary or Dianah- Eureka math

       

Reading- ESU 10 training/support; attend sessions at ESU 10

  • 2 LETRS cohorts with maximum of 60 teachers 

    • July 14, September 7, October 25 and February 21, 2022

  • Dallas Lewandowski will facilitate Cohort 1

  • LETRS trainer will facilitate Cohort 2 on Day 1 and possibly 2; Claudine Kennicutt will facilitate days 3-4. 

  • ELA curriculum review will begin with the new standards and continue throughout the school year

     

School Safety- Yes

  • Crisis Team Training

     

Science- Request ESU 10 training/support; continue current relationship

 

STEM Trailer- Yes- will potentially use the trailer this summer

 

Teacher/Principal Evaluation- Request ESU 10 training/support at school

 

Writing- Interested in attending sessions at ESU 10

  • Write Tools will be facilitating an all-staff training at Lexington this year

     

Overdrive 

  • Share information with media specialists

     

Student Activities- Yes continue current


Assessment
Training and support in the analysis and application of formative, interim, and summative data. Examples: data analysis facilitation, training, and consultation related to classroom, state, and national data.
Central Region Autism Grant
Our Autism Regional Coordinator, along with the Autism Team provides training and consultation to district staff in order to support students on the Autism Spectrum.
Continuous School Improvement
Consultation, workshops or direct work with school districts to assist with the CIP process. Examples: Steering Committee Meeting, mission/vision work, data retreat to create CIP goal, action plans, program evaluation, preparing for CIP external review
Curriculum
Example activities: curriculum alignment process, instructional materials selection process and consultation, workshop facilitation on incorporating standards into classroom practice
ELA Content
Training specific to literacy (reading and writing) instruction, literacy strategies consultation and/or intervention training.
Instruction
Training on foundational pedagogical practices and strategies that can be implemented across content areas. Classroom examples: student engagement, comprehension, classroom management, relationships.
Leadership
Professional learning and consultation for administrators and teacher leaders in support of district initiatives. Examples: one-on-one consultation; coaching conversations; Strategic Leadership trainings and meetings; leadership network triads
Math
Training specific to math instruction; math strategies consultation; intervention training
NWEA MAP
NWEA Certified Facilitators providing consultation, training, and data analysis for administrators, teachers and staff.
Other/Non-Core
Training specific to non-core content instruction and other/non-core consultation. Examples: Social Studies, Fine Arts, Career Education, World Language, Physical Education
Para Training
Workshop facilitation, webinar training, on-site support and/or consultation.
School Safety
Training, support and consultation for school safety and crisis teams and on-site support.
Science
Training specific to science instruction, science strategies consultation and/or intervention training.
Teacher/Principal Evaluation
Training and support in the development of district-wide practices for teacher or principal evaluation. Examples: Instructional framework adoption; consultation; training in evaluation best practices; administrator observation and data collection; ODIE Staff Evaluation Tool Support
Instructional Materials Services (84-002.05C)
Digital Resource
Services schools use or purchase from ESU 10; Example: OverDrive
Technology (84-002.05B)
Repair Services
Repair Services
SIS Support
SIS Support for PowerSchool and related systems
Technical Support
Helpdesk supported systems, managed services, Tech Planning, Distance Learning
Student Services
Assistive Technology
ATP is run by VR and NDE. This program supports all Nebraska districts in providing AT services to children and students Birth-21.
Audiology
Our Audiologist provides audiological supports and services to students who are deaf or hard of hearing. Hearing assessments are conducted for any student suspected of having a disability or difference in their hearing.
Deaf education
Our teachers of the Hearing Impaired provide deaf education services, supports, and/or consultation for students verified with a deaf or hard of hearing disability. Our Deaf Educators work with our audiologist to ensure appropriate aural rehabilitation services to students, families, and schools.
Early childhood supports
EDN - Birth-3 - Our Service Coordinators provide services and supports to children with disabilities and their families. ESU 10 is the grant holder for the Planning Region Team grant which provides supports to schools, EDN, and other agencies that support families with young children with disabilities.
Vision Education
Our teachers of the visually impaired provide resources, services, and supports in preparing children/youth, ages birth-21, who have a visual impairment for success in life through collaboration with schools, families, and community agencies. Our certified teachers of the visually impaired provide evaluation, consultation, and intervention.
Other Services
Student Activities
All student activities hosted by ESU 10. Examples: Quiz Bowl, Science Olympiad, Digital Citizenship Symposium, STEMfest