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    • 101.00 Accountability Support (ESU 13)
      Supporting schools in areas of accountability to include, but not limited to, AQuESTT, EBA, CSI, and TSI.

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    • 101.00 CIP Individualized Support (ESU 13)
      Supporting individual schools or districts in specific Continuous Schools Improvement topics.

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    • 101.00 CIP Process Support (ESU 13)
      Supporting schools or districts in Continuous Schools Improvement processes.

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    • 101.00 Continuous Improvement (ESU 08)
      Includes all parts of the CIP -- data dig, mission, vision, goals, action planning

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    • 101.00 Continuous Improvement (ESU 11)
      Consultation, workshops or direct work with school districts to assist with the CIP process. Example activities: Steering Committee Meeting, mission/vision work, data retreat to create CIP goal, action plans, program evaluation, preparing for CIP external review

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    • 101.00 Continuous Improvement Process (ESU 07)
      Analyzing results, selecting goals, implementation of strategies, verifying results, implementation of CIP cycle, leadership retreat, SIMPL data dig @ districts

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    • 101.00 Continuous Improvement Process (ESU 03)
      Support districts in Continuous Improvement Processes, including AdvancED/NE Frameworks external review

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    • 101.00 Continuous School Improvement (ESU 10)
      Consultation, workshops or direct work with school districts to assist with the CIP process. Example activities: Steering Committee Meeting, mission/vision work, data retreat to create CIP goal, action plans, program evaluation, preparing for CIP external review

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    • 101.00 School Improvement (System) (ESU 17)
      Steering Committee, Data, Data Profile, Goals, Action Plans, Mission, Vision, Stakeholder Engagement

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    • 101.00 School Improvement Process (ESU 16)
      Support districts in High Reliability Schools, AdvancED/NE Frameworks, Data Analysis, AQuESTT awareness/update support,EBA completion, and analysis

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    • 101.00 System: Continuous Improvement (ESU 02)
      Professional learning based on Rule 10, Section 009.01A: The school system develops and implements a continuous school improvement process to promote quality learning for all students...This process includes procedures and strategies to address quality learning, equity, and accountability. *Alignment of initiatives *Team training *Targeted Improvement Planning *Infrastructure development (tech, integration, 1-1, hardware, etc...) *Implementation planning *Professional development

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    • 101.07 Data Retreats (ESU 03)
      Supporting or facilitating a district data retreat, meeting, or professional learning community.

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    • 101.07 Data Retreat (ESU 17)
      Data Camp, Data Dig, Strategic Planning

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    • 101.08 ADVISER Dashboard Training (ESU 03)
      Professional learning or training related to district/teacher use of the ADVISER data dashboard for instruction.

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    • 101.01 Data/Assessments (ESU 11)
      Support for analysis, organization, and display of continuous improvement data

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    • 101.03 Explicit Instruction (ESU 06)
      Teaching Efficiently and Effectively Using Anita Archer's Methods

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    • 101.03 Instruction (ESU 11)
      Training on instructional strategies

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    • 101.05 Data Support (ESU 13)
      Supporting district/school staff with using data to guide efforts. Services include disaggregating school improvement data, assessment data, perceptual data and program/process data.

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    • 102.00 MTSS (ESU 01)
      MTSS

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    • 102.00 MTSS (ESU 11)
      Assist districts in integrating MTSS

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    • 102.00 MTSS (ESU 08)
      Support with implementation and sustainment

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    • 102.00 MTSS (ESU 10)
      Direct support of MTSS process and practice in school districts. Example activities: team meeting, data analysis, action plans, creating process/protocols, on-site coaching

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    • 102.00 MTSS (ESU 06)
      Multiple Workshop Options for all areas of MTSS (Academic & Behavior)

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    • 102.00 MTSS Support (ESU 13)
      developing tiered system of systematic supports:: data analysis, intervention design and implementation, monitoring

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    • 102.00 Multi-Tier Systems of Support (ESU 03)
      Structure and Process of MTSS, including RtI, Behavior, SEL, and Mental Health/Suicide Prevention

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    • 102.00 Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS/RDA) (ESU 07)
      Direct support of MTSS process and practice in school districts. Example activities: team meeting, data analysis, action plans, creating process/protocols, on-site coaching.

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    • 102.00 System: MTSS (ESU 02)
      Professional learning related to the development of a service delivery system based on the concept that some students require early and powerful general education interventions of increasing intensity. *Review of current system (NDE self-assessment tool) *Team training *Tier planning *Data team planning and development *SAT team training and development *Intervention Training

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    • 102.01 MTSS Academic (ESU 13)
      developing tiered system of systematic supports:: data analysis, intervention design and implementation, monitoring for academic learning

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    • 102.02 MTSS Behavior (ESU 13)
      developing tiered system of systematic supports:: data analysis, intervention design and implementation, monitoring for behavior

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    • 102.04 MTSS Leadership (ESU 13)
      -providing support to build building level leadership to implement a multi-tiered system of support

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    • 124.00 High-ability Learner Support (ESU 03)
      Support, professional learning, and educational programming for district High-ability learner teachers, students, and staff.

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    • 102.06 Reading Intervention: (ESU 01)
      Reading Intervention: EIR, Corrective Reading, Sound Partners, REWARDS

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    • 103.00 Advisory Council (ESU 13)
      District Superintendent/Leadership Group, provides support and advice to ESU in regards to menu of services

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    • 103.00 Leadership (ESU 10)
      Professional learning and consultation for administrators and teacher leaders in support of district initiatives. Example activities: Superintendent, Principal, TIS, Instructional coach meetings; one-on-one consultation; coaching conversations; Strategic Leadership trainings and meetings

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    • 103.00 Leadership (ESU 08)
      Providing leadership and direction to other administrators, such as the Administrative Assembly and Principal Cadre

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    • 103.00 Leadership (ESU 09)
      Coaching, Develop leadership capacity (Empowering Leaders series)

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    • 103.00 Leadership Support (ESU 03)
      Professional learning and consultation for administrators and teacher leaders in support of district initiatives, including, but not limited to, Adult Learners, Balanced Leadership, Change Process/Change Management, Teambuilding, and Nebraska Teacher/Principal Evaluation

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    • 103.00 Leadership: Capacity Building (ESU 02)
      A series of opportunities to engage in discussion and learning about initiatives and professional growth. *Leadership meetings *Mentoring training

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    • 103.02 Superintendents' Advisory (ESU 03)
      Superintendent networking meetings on ESU campus throughout the year. ESU Administrator discusses, shares, and plans services provided to the districts.

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    • 103.07 Executive Leadership Program (ESU 03)
      Leading and Implementing the Learning Forward Nebraska's Executive Leadership Program (Transforming Prof Learning)

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    • 103.09 Media Cadre (ESU 03)
      District Media contacts support, professional learning community, and meeting.

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    • 103.01 Leadership Capacity (ESU 16)
      Principal Cadre, Nebraska Teacher/ Principal Evaluation, Gallup Strengths Finder

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    • 103.01 Principal Development (ESU 07)
      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.

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    • 103.02 Superintendent Development (ESU 07)
      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.

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    • 103.04 Tech Leadership Cadre (ESU 06)
      Technology Skills and Integration work for teacher leaders in ESU 6 schools

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    • 103.09 Media Network (ESU 06)
      Professional Development and Networking for our school media specialists

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    • 104.00 Technology Integration (ESU 08)
      Working one-on-one or whole group, modeling and teaching best practices in technology integration and aligned with curriculum.

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    • 104.00 Technology Integration (ESU 09)
      LMS (Canvas), Google, Digital Citizenship, Instructional Technology tools (iPads, smartboards, 1:1, etc.)

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    • 104.00 Technology Integration: (ESU 07)
      Provides professional development of staff and/or individuals with the integration of technology into the classroom.

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    • 104.02 BrightBytes (ESU 08)
      Cost-sharing contract with PD staff providing support for interpreting data and implementing strategies

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    • 104.04 BlendEd (ESU 03)
      Support and Training on BlendEd Learning Statewide Initiative

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    • 104.04 BlendEd (ESU 08)
      Blended learning implementation models and teaching strategies.

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    • 104.05 Learning Management System Support (ESU 03)
      Support and professional learning regarding district learning management system use by teachers, staff, and students.

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    • 104.06 Emerging Technologies Support (ESU 03)
      Leadership, professional learning, and research and development related to district support of emerging technologies.

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    • 104.07 Maker Support (ESU 03)
      EMIL (ESU #3 Makerspace & Innovation Lab), Makerspace, Maker Movement Implementation for Students and Adults

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    • 104.08 Digital Citizenship (ESU 03)
      Digital Citizenship Training for Students, Teachers, and Parents

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    • 104.09 Student Data Privacy (ESU 03)
      Support for educating teachers and staff on COPPA compliance.

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    • 104.10 Digital Learning (ESU 03)
      Creation of and support for digital learning content.

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    • 104.19 Blended Learning (System) (ESU 17)
      Participating in classroom learning environments in which a student learns at least in part through online learning, with some element of student control over time, place, path, and/or pace.

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    • 201.07 Technology Tools (System) (ESU 17)
      Learning about software programs and applications at a deeper level with the intent of classroom implementation

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    • 104.04 BlendEd (ESU 07)
      Direct support and professional learning for schools engaged in a blended learning initiative.

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    • 104.04 Blended Learning (ESU 10)
      Direct support and professional learning for schools engaged in a blended learning initiative. Example activities: on-site classroom observations, technical assistance support, workshop facilitation, one-on-one consultation

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    • 104.11 Coding Training (ESU 06)
      Training teachers to implement coding into the curriculum

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    • 104.13 Google Summit (ESU 06)
      Partner with ESU 9 and ESU 18 to organize and offer a yearly tech skills summit

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    • 105.00 Instructional Model (ESU 11)
      Trainings for teachers/schools in Marzano and APL to integrate a common language of instruction

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    • 105.00 Instructional Models (ESU 07)
      Professional development surrounding instructional models (Danielson, Marzano, ITIP, homegrown, etc.), strategies, and planning.

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    • 105.00 Instructional Models (ESU 08)
      Any PD surrounding instructional models, strategies, and planning.

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    • 105.00 Instructional Supports (ESU 10)
      Instructional model training and implementation support (Marzano, Danielson, Homegrown). Example activities: Workshop facilitation, consultation, instructional rounds, classroom observation and coaching, professional goal setting

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    • 105.00 System: Instructional Model (ESU 02)
      Professional learning about in the development of a comprehensive framework of effective teaching practices that results in increased student learning. The framework offers educators, administrators, students and parents a common language of instruction in order to communicate about educational excellence. *Team training/support *Implementation planning *Technology integration *Coaching

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    • 105.01 Danielson Framework (ESU 17)
      The Danielson Framework for Teaching is a research-based set of components of instruction, aligned to the INTASC standards, and grounded in a constructivist view of learning and teaching. The Framework may be used as the foundation of a school or district’s mentoring, coaching, professional development, and teacher evaluation processes, thus linking all those activities together and helping teachers become more thoughtful practitioners.

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    • 610.00 PBiS (System) (ESU 17)
      PBIS is a framework or approach for assisting school personnel in adopting and organizing evidence-based behavioral interventions into an integrated continuum that enhances academic and social behavior outcomes for all students. PBIS IS a prevention-oriented way for school personnel to (a) organize evidence-based practices, (b) improve their implementation of those practices, and (c) maximize academic and social behavior outcomes for students.

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    • 611.00 Mandt System (ESU 17)
      The Mandt System is a comprehensive, integrated approach to preventing, de-escalating, and if necessary, intervening when the behavior of an individual poses a threat of harm to themselves and/or others. The focus of The Mandt System is on building healthy relationships between all the stakeholders in human service settings in order to facilitate the development of an organizational culture that provides the emotional, psychological, and physical safety needed in order to teach new behaviors to replace the behaviors that are labeled “challenging”.

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    • 105.04 APL (ESU 01)
      APL

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    • 106.00 Leadership: Principal/Teacher Evaluation (ESU 02)
      Professional learning related to the development of a teacher and principal evaluation model that is aligned with Nebraska Frameworks and state policy. *Walkthrough development *Evaluation tool development *Technology integration *Review of principal and teacher standards *Alignment of standards to instructional model *Policy and procedures document development *Training on coaching and/or providing quality feedback

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    • 106.00 Principal/Teacher Evaluation (ESU 07)
      Evaluation and training support. Example activities: consultation, Staff Evaluation Tool Support, classroom observations, walk through data collection, workshop facilitation, support with Student Learning Objectives, Professional Goal setting

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    • 106.00 Teacher/Principal Evaluation (ESU 10)
      Evaluation and training support. Example activities: consultation, ODIE Staff Evaluation Tool Support, classroom observations, walk through data collection, workshop facilitation, support with Student Learning Objectives, Professional Goal setting

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    • 107.00 Curriculum (ESU 06)
      Curriculum development upon request

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    • 107.00 Curriculum (ESU 09)
      Development, Alignment, Implementation, Standards prioritization

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    • 107.00 Curriculum (ESU 08)
      Alignment, priority standards, resources to support curriculum

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    • 107.00 Curriculum Development (ESU 03)
      Review, revision, and alignment of curriculum including new instructional material adoptions.

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    • 107.01 Curriculum (System) (ESU 17)
      Standards, Units, Instructional Materials, Pacing, Vocabulary, Assessment, Instructional Strategies

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    • 107.01 Curriculum (ESU 10)
      Example activities: curriculum alignment process, instructional materials selection process and consultation, workshop facilitation on incorporating standards into classroom practice

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    • 107.04 Curriculum Revision and Alignment (ESU 02)
      Services include alignment of standards to curriculum resources and assessments, creation/revision of curriculum documents, and creation of learning plans. *Review of standards *Alignment of standards to curriculum documents, support materials and assessment system *Curriculum development *Technology integration *Lesson design training *Lesson development

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    • 108.00 Assessment (ESU 10)
      Example activities: workshop facilitation on formative, summative and interim assessment; Interpreting ACT, NCSAS, and other data for the purpose of improving classroom instruction; Test Wiz;

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    • 108.00 Assessment (ESU 08)
      TestWiz, Formative, Interim and Summative Assessment

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    • 108.00 Assessment (ESU 11)
      Workshop facilitation on formative, summative and interim assessment; Interpreting ACT, NCSAS,MAP and other data for the purpose of improving classroom instruction; Test Wiz;

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    • 108.00 Assessment (ESU 06)
      Development of formative and summative assessments upon request

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    • 108.00 Assessment Formative (ESU 13)
      Supporting schools with formative assessments, procedures, and data used within their district. Examples include: TestWiz, DIBELS, AIMSweb, and Classroom Assessments

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    • 108.00 Assessment Literacy and Development (ESU 02)
      Professional learning focused on assessment literacy and a balanced system of assessment which includes formative, interim, and summative measures. *Review of current assessment system *Types of assessments: formative, interim, summative *NWEA training *Implementation planning *Assessment writing *Standards-referenced grading

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    • 108.05 Action Research (ESU 03)
      Support for planning for and engaging in action research.

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    • 108.02 DIBELS Deep Testing (ESU 13)
      Testing individual at-risk students using the DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) Deep measure to areas for interventions

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    • 108.03 DIBELS Testing (ESU 13)
      DIBLES testing for school districts (available fall, winter, spring)Administering the DIBELS (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) screener for grades K-6

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    • 108.04 Assessment Leadership (ESU 13)
      Supporting school leaders with assessments and using assessments to guide school programs and processes

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    • 108.10 Assessment Interim (ESU 13)
      Supporting schools with NWEA map assessments. Services include planning, assessing, and using the data collected.

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    • 108.11 Assessment Summative (ESU 13)
      Supporting schools with NSCAS assessments(State Summative and ACT). Services include planning, assessing, and using data collected.

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    • 109.00 NWEA MAP (ESU 10)
      NWEA Certified Facilitators providing on-site consultation, training, and data analysis for administrators, teachers and staff.

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    • 109.00 NWEA MAP (ESU 06)
      NWEA MAP as needed

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    • 109.00 NWEA Training/Support (ESU 07)
      NWEA Certified Facilitators providing on-site consultation, training, and data analysis for administrators, teachers and staff.

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    • 110.00 Content Trainings (ESU 16)
      Math, ELA, Social Studies, Science, CTE, Music, Art, P.E.

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    • 110.00 Instruction (ESU 10)
      Training on instructional strategies; coaching specific to the implementation of instructional strategies

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    • 110.01 Math (ESU 10)
      Training specific to math instruction; math strategies consultation; intervention training

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    • 110.02 Science (ESU 10)
      Training specific to science instruction; science strategies consultation; intervention training

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    • 110.03 Reading/Language Arts Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment (ESU 03)
      Best Practices in Reading/Language Arts Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. Elementary and Secondary Literacy, Guided Reading, Reading in the Content Areas, Reading/Writing Connection, Text-Dependent Analysis, Academic Vocabulary, Comprehension Strategies/ Informational Text

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    • 110.03 Reading (ESU 10)
      Training specific to reading instruction; reading strategies consultation; intervention training

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    • 110.04 Writing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment (ESU 03)
      Best practices in Writing Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment. 6-Trait Writing, ACT Writing, Writing in the Content Areas, Text-Dependent Analysis, Writing Prompt Development, Writing to Improve Comprehension

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    • 110.04 Writing (ESU 10)
      Training specific to writing instruction; writing strategies consultation; intervention training

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    • 110.05 Other/Non-Core (ESU 10)
      Training specific to other content area instruction; other/non-core consultation; intervention training (Art, PE, Music, World Language, etc.)

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    • 110.06 STEM/STEAM Support (ESU 03)
      Best practices in STEM/STEAM, including classroom support, instructional materials, and planning.

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    • 110.01 Instruction: Math (ESU 02)
      Professional learning based on best practices of content and pedagogy in mathematics, PK-12. *Making Math Meaningful (3M) *Nebraska Mathematical Processes *Intervention planning and training *SPED planning

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    • 110.01 Math Content Training (ESU 07)
      Professional learning based on best practices of content and pedagogy in math, PK-12

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    • 110.02 Instruction: Science (ESU 02)
      Professional learning based on best practices of content and pedagogy in science, PK-12.

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    • 110.02 Science Content Training (ESU 07)
      Professional learning based on best practices of content and pedagogy in science, PK-12.

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    • 110.03 Content Training ELA (ESU 13)
      Supporting academic content for educators in English Language Arts.

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    • 110.03 Reading Content Training (ESU 07)
      Training specific to reading instruction; reading strategies consultation; intervention training part of - Instruction.

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    • 110.04 Writing Content Training (ESU 07)
      Training specific to writing instruction; writing strategies consultation; intervention training

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    • 110.05 Instruction: Other (ESU 02)
      Professional learning based on best practices of content and pedagogy PK-12.

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    • 110.07 Instruction: ELA (ESU 02)
      Professional learning based on best practices of content and pedagogy in English Language Arts, PK-12. *Direct instruction training *Technology integration *Writing instruction *Reading strategies *Daily 5 *Intervention training *SPED planning

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    • 110.15 Instruction: Best Practices (ESU 02)
      Professional learning based on best practices around a variety of topics. Topics could include: differentiation, high yield strategies, technology integration. Types of learning include: in-district, at ESU2, small-groups, coaching

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    • 110.15 Instruction: Best Practices (ESU 09)
      Math, Science, Reading, Writing, Regional Writing, Social Sciences, Non Core Areas (CTE and fine arts), Visible Learning, Differentiation

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    • 110.18 Counselor Network (ESU 06)
      Professional Development, Networking and legal updates for ESU 6 school counselors

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    • 110.00 Content Area Support (ESU 08)
      Any PD surrounding content area. Specific content will be added to the description of the service.

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    • 112.00 New Teacher Academy (ESU 08)
      Program intended to support, grow and retain first year teachers.

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    • 110.20 Content Area Networks (ESU 06)
      Training in core areas around curriculum, instruction and assessment

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    • 111.00 Instructional Coaching (ESU 03)
      Classroom instructional coaching, including technology integration, or support for classroom coaching.

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    • 111.04 Mentoring (ESU 03)
      Support for district mentoring.

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    • 111.05 Peer Coaching (ESU 03)
      Support for district peer coaching.

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    • 111.06 Coaching Cadre (ESU 03)
      Facilitation of quarterly cadre professional learning and networking meetings.

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    • 111.01 Classroom Coaching (ESU 06)
      Coaching teachers on instructional practices through goal setting

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    • 111.07 Instructional Coaching (ESU 13)
      Instructional support based on district, building or teacher developed growth areas.

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    • 112.00 Instruction: New Teacher Academy (ESU 02)
      Study and implementation of research-based, best practices designed to support beginning teachers through a year-long cadre. Includes a clear focus on career-long excellence in the classroom and the legacy we create. Topics could include: lesson design, classroom management, student engagement, high yield strategies, technology integration, mentoring, co0-teaching, SPED, parent-teacher conferences

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    • 112.00 New Teacher Academy (ESU 07)
      Study and implementation of research-based, best practices designed to support beginning teachers. Includes a clear focus on career-long excellence in the classroom and the legacy we create. Topics could include: lesson design, classroom management, student engagement, high yield strategies, technology integration, SPED, parent-teacher conferences

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    • 112.00 New Teacher Academy (ESU 10)
      New teacher and mentor training; on-site support for teachers and mentors; consultation

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    • 112.00 New Teacher Cadre (ESU 13)
      Providing supports for teachers in their first years of teaching. Services include workshops and cadre meetings covering a variety of topics

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    • 112.00 New Teacher Training (ESU 06)
      Training & Networking for Educators New to Our School Districts

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    • 112.00 New/Non- Tenured Teacher Workshop Series (ESU 16)
      Personalized support for new teachers- Classroom Management, NWEA Assessment training, Parents as Partners, Board and Governance, Professionalism, Instructional Coaching

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    • 112.01 Self Care (ESU 06)
      Ongoing resources and strategies to support educator wellness

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    • 112.02 New Teacher Support (ESU 13)
      Providing supports for teachers in their first years of teaching on an as need basis

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    • 113.00 Assessment Literacy & Development (ESU 16)
      Formative, Interim, and Summative Assessment Training and Development- NWEA rostering, NWEA Data to Instruction, NWEA Goal Setting, DIBELS, Homework & Grading

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    • 113.00 Para Training (ESU 10)
      Workshop facilitation and webinar trainings; on-site support; consultation

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    • 113.00 Paraprofessional Training (ESU 13)
      -Providing supports for paraprofessionals. Services includes workshops and cadre meetings covering a variety of topics.

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    • 114.00 Instructional Coach (ESU 10)
      Training and support for existing instructional coaches; consultation; modeling of instructional strategies

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    • 114.00 Instructional Coaches Cadre (ESU 13)
      Instructional coaches group. Professional Development provides training and leadership support on a regular basis.

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    • 115.00 Instructional Coaching (ESU 02)
      A partnership between the instructional coach and the teacher to support improvement of teaching and student learning.

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    • 116.00 Implementation Coaching (ESU 02)
      Coaching focused on the implementation of a specific strategy, system or curriculum resource.

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    • 116.00 Personalized PD (ESU 07)
      Assistance/mentoring for teachers (or small groups of teachers) needing assistance with implementing specific strategies.

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    • 117.00 Crisis/ School Safety (ESU 07)
      Workshops, consultation, and on-site support for school safety teams, crisis teams, and threat assessment teams.

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    • 117.00 Safety and Security (ESU 13)
      coordinating state-wide implementation of Safety and Security Standards, crisis response, State grants and initiatives.

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    • 117.00 School Safety (ESU 10)
      Workshop and training on school safety and crisis teams; on-site support; consultation

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    • 120.00 PLCs (ESU 11)
      Professional Learning Communities for ESU 11 schools at specific grade levels and content areas

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    • 120.00 PLCs (ESU 01)
      PLCs

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    • 302.10 Canvas (ESU 01)
      Canvas

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    • 415.00 Return to Learn (ESU 10)
      Return to Learn (27 staff members) (1 ESU 10 staff member)

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    • 507.00 Title I Consultant (ESU 11)
      We provide Title I consulting to Title I teachers and administrators

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    • 507.00 Title I Network (ESU 06)
      Training & Collaboration Opportunities for Title I Teachers

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    • 511.00 Title III - English Learners Consortium (ESU 10)
      providing support for compliance of Rule 15, Title III: including prioritizing budget, professional learning, materials acquisition and use, and program development

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    • 511.00 Title III- English Learners Consortium (ESU 13)
      providing support for compliance of Rule 15, Title III: including prioritizing budget, professional learning, materials acquisition and use, and program development

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    • 603.00 Student Event (ESU 13)
      Providing opportunities for community groups and schools to partnership in learning outside the classroom.

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    • 603.00 Student Opportunities (ESU 16)
      Career Academy, ReVision, Job Internship/ Shadowing Structure, Science Bowl, Science Olympiad

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    • 603.00 Youth Events (ESU 09)
      FPS, Quiz Bowl (Elem, MS, HS), Invention Convention, Scienc eOlympiad, Chess, Youth Leadership

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    • 608.00 High Ability Learning (ESU 10)
      Workshops and activities in direct support of high ability learners

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    • 610.00 Behavior (ESU 08)
      MTSS, Executive Function, PBiS, Mental, Social Emotional support

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  • Instructional Materials Services (84-002.05C)
    • 201.00 Digital Resources (ESU 17)
      Learn360, Discovery Ed, Worldbook, EdReady, OER (Open Educational Resources), Other Online Products/Subscriptions

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    • 201.00 Instructional Tools (ESU 10)
      Services schools use or purchase from ESU 10; Example: OverDrive and Learn360

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    • 201.00 Subscriptions (ESU 11)
      Learn 360, Overdrive, OdysseyWare

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    • 201.01 Digital Resources (ESU 09)
      (Learn360, WorldBook, OverDrive, NebraskaAccess, and other supported media subscriptions)

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    • 202.00 Media Lending Library (ESU 07)
      Provides tangible resources for schools. ex: DVDs, Real Care Babies

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    • 202.00 Media Services (ESU 09)
      (Poster printing, Lamination, 3-D printing, etc.)

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    • 202.00 Media Services (ESU 11)
      Astronomy Equipment (Planetarium, Telescopes, etc.) CNC Shark Router CPR in Schools Training Kit DVD & VHS Video Checkouts Giant Nebraska Map Makerspaces Equipment (Drones, Spheros, MaKey MaKey, etc.) Photography Equipment (Lighting, Reflectors, Backdrops, etc.) RealCare Baby Simulators Science Kits, Sensors, & Models Technology Equipment (Projectors, Speakers, Electronics, etc.)

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    • 203.00 Science Materials (ESU 03)
      Supporting science instruction by ordering materials and refurbishing of science kits

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    • 203.00 Tangible Resources (ESU 10)
      Items schools checkout from the ODIE Library. Examples: Star Lab, STEM items and other kits.

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    • 201.04 Virtual Field Trips (ESU 07)
      Resources for schools to use Virtual Field Trips in the classroom.

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    • 601.00 Production (ESU 11)
      3D Printing Book Binding ID Badge Printing Laminating Large Format Poster & Photo Printing Printing, Copying, & Other Production Services Teacher Work Center (Cricuts, Die Cuts, Paper Materials, etc.)

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    • 606.00 On-line Resources (ESU 02)
      Access to on-line resources including World Book, Gale, and Visual thesaurus. (Discovery Education is its own category.)

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    • 101.08 ADVISER Support (ESU 03)
      Provide assistance and support for state reporting questions.

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    • 101.08 ADVISER Support (ESU 13)
      Provides training and support of ADVISER (Nebraska State-wide data collection system).

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    • 101.08 ADVISER, SIS Support (ESU 08)
      Providing Technical Assistance and training on the Adviser platform. Assistance, support and leadership for reporting and data dashboard

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    • 101.08 Support of Adviser/Ed-Fi (ESU 16)
      Staff trained in PowerSchool support. Ed-Fi workdays organized to assist with state data uploads. Including contact with support for Infinite Campus and GoEduStar. ESU 16 supports its member school for their access to the state Adviser Dashboard. This includes configuration of single-sign-on, NebraskaCloud, NSSRS and Ed-Fi data uploads.

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    • 104.00 Technology Integration (ESU 11)
      The use oftechnology to enhance and support the educational environment.

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    • 104.00 Technology Integration Support (ESU 10)
      Workshop facilitation and training; on-site support; consultation; modeling technology tools; coaching of technology tools

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    • 104.04 Blended Learning (ESU 11)
      Blended Learning helps teachers leverage technology to improve student learning. It’s a combination of face to face and online learning to help increase personalization and engagement for all students and helps define and measure success for 21st century and To build district capacity for BlendEd, ESUCC and the Nebraska Council of School Administrators (NCSA) are partnering to provide districts the opportunity to participate in the ESUCC NCSA BlendEd Pilot Project

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    • 104.04 Blended Learning Support (ESU 09)
      (Learning Management Systems, Zoom, videoconferencing, codec, distance learning)

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    • 104.05 Learning Management System Support (ESU 13)
      Support and professional learning regarding district learning management system use by teachers, staff, and students.

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    • 104.05 Learning Management Sytem Trainings (ESU 11)
      is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of educational courses or training programs.

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    • 104.08 Digital Citizenship Presentations (ESU 11)
      All students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life.

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    • 104.16 Training (ESU 06)
      Group training for services such as Firewall or content filtering management, VLANing, PRTG, switch configurations, wireless, Google G Suite, etc. as requested by the districts.

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    • 202.00 Equipment loan (ESU 16)
      ESU 16 loans leading edge technologies to member schools. These loans are checked out and transported by ESU 16.

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    • 301.00 Internet Access (ESU 09)
      (Network Nebraska, DNS, Security, Internet circuits)

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    • 301.00 Internet Access (ESU 07)
      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.

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    • 301.00 Internet Access (ESU 16)
      Access to the internet and Provide support to schools in joining Network Nebraska and providing distance learning opportunities through NVIS.

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    • 301.00 Internet Access Services (ESU 10)
      Internet Access, DNS, IP addresses, routing and coordinating related services with 3rd party and Network Nebraska

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    • 301.00 Network Nebraska & Internet Access Support (ESU 13)
      Provide support to schools in joining Network Nebraska thru data circuits, Internet Access, DNS, IP addresses, routing and coordinating related services.

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    • 302.03 Financial Support of DL Activities (ESU 16)
      NVIS & CILC, Collaborations and Read Around the Planet -Polycom -TWICE -CapSpace, Funding. Including support of Virtual Field Trips.

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    • 302.04 Course Exchange Coordination (ESU 16)
      Coordinate and support schools for both receiving and delivering distance learning courses. Scheduling distance learning courses in the ESU 16 consortium, but also statewide courses available to 16 schools. Support of NVIS

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    • 302.08 Desktop video conferencing support (ESU 16)
      Zoom is a desktop web and video conferencing purchased for ESU 16 schools through a consortium buy. ESU 16 staff manage accounts, train and deploy zoom accounts to its member schools.

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    • 302.08 Zoom, Scopia (ESU 07)
      Zoom is a desktop web and video conferencing program.

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    • 311.00 Financial Support of Internet (ESU 16)
      Circuit and Internet Purchases: Directly responsible for purchase of bandwidth for consortium members.

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    • 302.04 Distance Learning Support & Course Exchange Coordination (ESU 13)
      Coordinate and support schools for both receiving and delivering distance learning courses. Scheduling distance learning courses in the ESU 13 consortium, but also statewide courses available to 21 schools. Support of NVIS.

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    • 302.05 Technical Training, including onsite (ESU 16)
      Provide instructor training for teachers, administrators, other staff and community members using DL classrooms. Includes classroom equipment and instructional strategies for teaching on distance learning. Technology training also offered on topics including softwares, resources and apps when requested by member districts.

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    • 302.08 Video Conferencing (ESU 06)
      Supports schools with video conferencing by hosting and managing Lifesize equipment and assisting with Zoom accounts, setup and training.

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    • 302.08 Zoom video conference support (ESU 13)
      Zoom is a desktop web and video conferencing purchased for ESU 13 schools through a consortium buy. ESU 13 staff manage accounts, train and deploy zoom accounts to its member schools.

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    • 302.10 Learning Management Support (ESU 03)
      Support for multiple Learning Management Systems including Moodle, Canvas and Google Classroom. Support includes integrations as well as other technical support. The team does house Moodle servers and handles all upgrades as part of this.

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    • 106.02 Statewide Initiative Support (ESU 16)
      ESU 16 staff participates in statewide technology trainings. Presents that information to member schools. Staff represents ESU 16 in NOC, NITC, TLT, ESUPDO, Statewide Data Cadre.

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    • 201.06 Product/Subscription Support (ESU 16)
      Training and support offered to districts for those services offered to schools statewide. Support includes accounts and integration. Nebraska titles currently available for streaming through Learn360.

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    • 303.00 Technical Support (ESU 10)
      PowerSchool, Helpdesk supported systems, managed services, E-rate, Tech Planning, Disaster Recovery (OSB), Repair, Distance Learning

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    • 303.00 Technical Support (ESU 07)
      Assistance with Local Area Network, technical issues, offsite data/backup service, server and application hosting, school accounts and email filtering

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    • 303.00 Technical Support (ESU 17)
      IT general, other, Computers, Lab computers, iOS, Lab iPads, Network, Other devices, Servers, Student iPads, User administration, Web filtering, Wireless Backups, Google Domain Support, Support LEA Technology Committees

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    • 303.02 Technology Hardware Support (ESU 16)
      Maintaining and managing the technology for ESU 16 staff. Groove has been implemented as a ticket system for tracking support requests. The technology staff advises in the selection and purchase of technology utilized to support staff . Support includes installing software, moving files, networking, security and back up of ESU 16 staff computers.

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    • 303.21 Windows (ESU 02)
      Support for Windows 7

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    • 305.05 Workshop and Event Registration (ESU 16)
      Currently based on a FileMaker Pro database. Management and maintenance of database in the cloud. Data from five years' worth of registrations archived.

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    • 305.08 Technology Tools and Infrastructure Support (ESU 16)
      Technology staff maintains network support in order for all staff to have internet access. This includes Google administration, DNS, circuit monitoring. Several technology tools support ESU 16 staff, including Adobe EchoSign, Google for Education. ESU 16 technology staff administers, maintains and trains staff on the implementation of these products.

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    • 306.01 LAN Manager Support (ESU 16)
      Training and meetings held 3-4 times a year. Focus on empowering districts to support their networks and teachers with internet and technology topics.

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    • 313.00 SSO and Portal (ESU 16)
      ESU 16 supports its member school for their access to the state Adviser Dashboard. This includes configuration of single-sign-on, NebraskaCloud, NSSRS and Ed-Fi data uploads. This also includes creation and continued support of the NebraskaCloud portal.

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    • 316.00 SIS/LMS Support (ESU 16)
      Support schools with their PowerSchool SIS. Training and support offered to district in use of LMS, specifically Canvas. ESU 16 Canvas site for online professional development.

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    • 607.00 Technology Software Support (ESU 16)
      The technology staff advises in the selection and purchase of technology utilized when requested by member districts.

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    • 303.02 Hardware Support (ESU 02)
      Assist districts with any network connected devices, as well as, and especially, the network infrastructure itself.

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    • 303.04 Computer-MacOS (ESU 02)
      Support for all supported Mac OS X and MacOs versions.

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    • 303.14 Firewalls (ESU 02)
      All schools except for two have Fortigates in district. However, all traffic still goes through our head end firewall in Omaha

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    • 303.15 Switch Management (ESU 02)
      Assist with network config changes, and backups of said configs.

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    • 310.00 Network Planning (ESU 02)
      Assist with and develop when necessary, a plan for current and future upgrades or expansion to district network.

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    • 303.07 Server support (ESU 16)
      Maintaining servers for: distance learning scheduling, web services, backup services. Other services in the cloud include registration, web pages, DNS, network monitoring. Technology staff supports districts in their online state assessment efforts, including proxy and caching setup and support.

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    • 303.08 DNS (ESU 01)
      DNS

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    • 303.08 DNS (ESU 03)

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    • 303.08 DNS (ESU 16)

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    • 303.08 DNS (ESU 11)
      DNS

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    • 303.13 DHCP (ESU 16)

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    • 303.14 Firewall Management (ESU 06)
      ESU6 will provide free assistance at the firewall to ensure district firewalls are full patched, proper implementation of firewall and port forwarding rules, assistance with public IP assignment, routing, backup internet connection configuration, DHCP relay, SNMP configuration, VLAN configuration, and user management at the firewall. All content filtering configurations are the responsibility of the district. ESU6 will assist with content filtering configuration and troubleshooting for an hourly fee.

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    • 303.26 WAN Support (ESU 06)
      ESU6 assists with technical issues between UPN and the school districts to help resolve outages and troubleshoot WAN related issues.

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    • 303.26 Wide Area Network (WAN) Support (ESU 13)
      Internet bandwidth is supplied to member schools to meet their network needs. This service includes monitoring and firewall support, packet capturing, and viewing logs to identify issues.

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    • 303.29 NTP (Time Services) (ESU 06)
      A network time server is maintained for services requiring a NTP server.

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    • 303.30 Kayako Ticket System (ESU 06)
      Kayako is a help desk solution hosted by ESU6 that allows schools to funnel all support requests to a central location so that issues can be tracked to resolution. The ticket system features submission of tickets via email or live chat, a full featured public and internal knowledgebase, news, and time tracking.

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    • 303.32 Logging (ESU 06)
      ESU6 supports a central repository of machine and system log data to enable quicker resolution of technical issues.

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    • 303.33 PRTG Network Monitor (ESU 06)
      PRTG is a network monitoring solution hosted by ESU6 that allows school personnel to monitor all network equipment from a web browser or remotely through a phone app. This software monitors all devices and services on the network and alerts key personnel of issues that need attention on the network.

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    • 303.34 Status Updates (ESU 06)
      ESU6 utilizes a status page to communicate scheduled maintenance windows and to notify districts when services are down or experiencing issues. Districts can register for an account and select what services they would like to receive notifications on.

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    • 303.35 Ubiquiti Network Managment System (ESU 06)
      Ubiquiti Network Management System (UNMS) is a free service hosted by ESU6 which allows districts to easily configure, monitor, upgrade, and backup Ubiquiti equipment.

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    • 303.36 Classifies (ESU 06)
      The classifieds website is a location that schools from ESUs 4, 5, and 6 can post unused items for sale to other schools.

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    • 304.00 FTP Backups (ESU 06)
      FTP backup allows schools to encrypt and backup critical school data such as administration files, accounting data, and PowerSchool backups to an offsite server hosted at ESU6.

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    • 304.00 Off site storage and backup (ESU 02)
      Provide (for a fee) storage and servers offsite, (from the districts perspective) for critical data

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    • 304.01 Application Hosting (ESU 10)
      District use of hosted apps - ODIE modules (eval, local HD, travel/leave, workshops, assets), IdP/SSO, TUMS/accounts, email, AD, filtering, logging, PRTG, Laserfiche, DNS)

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    • 304.01 Moodle Hosting (ESU 06)
      ESU6 provides Moodle hosting for a fee each year

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    • 304.02 Physical / Virtual Server Hosting (ESU 06)
      ESU6 will host Linux and Windows servers for school districts. Fees will be billed monthly based on actual usage. Hosted servers are backed up nightly to an offsite location.

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    • 305.00 Email Relay Service (ESU 06)
      Two email servers are hosted and maintained by ESU6 to provide an email relay service to school districts. The email relay service allows schools to send high quantities of email for things such as PowerSchool, copiers, HVAC equipment, etc. Google limits email to 2,000 messages per day per district. Our email relay allows up to 10,000 messages per day per district.

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    • 305.09 Development (ESU 10)
      Support and development for applications including - SIMPL, ODIE all it's modules, AT4ALL, NVIS and etc

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    • 305.10 Dmarcian (ESU 06)
      A product used to implement proper dmarc, dkim and spf records to protect school domains from being spoofed. Allows the district to control who sends email on their behalf.

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    • 306.00 LAN Manager Meetings (ESU 06)
      ESU6 will host quarterly LAN Manager Meetings to disseminate best practices between districts, communicate technology updates, issues, and receive feedback from districts on what services are needed.

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    • 306.01 LAN Manager Training/Support (ESU 13)
      Provides district LAN managers with contacts, support, a professional learning community, and quarterly meetings.

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    • 101.09 Statewide Longitudinal Data System Support (ESU 16)
      ESU 16 staff has supported the SLDS grant through implementation of the Adviser Dashboard, Ed-Fi standards, and support of member schools and their data use.

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    • 305.06 Google domain and GAFE Support (ESU 16)
      Support of google administration for ESU 16, and also districts implementing Google for K-12. Including SSO through Google for for Adviser dashboard access. Providing best configuration practices for Google apps for education, and trouble shooting of permissions or application issues.

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    • 306.02 Technical Training (ESU 09)
      (Technology coordinator meetings, new tech coordinator coaching, student career mentor)

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    • 306.02 LAN Manager Training (ESU 16)
      Training and meetings held 3-4 times a year. Focus on empowering districts to support their networks and teachers with internet and technology topics.

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    • 307.00 E-Rate Filing & Consultation (ESU 07)
      This service focuses on assisting schools with completing the processes required by the Universal Service Corporation for discounts on telecommunications services. These requirements include filing numerous reports, letting bids or requests for proposals, and completing on-line requests to receive calculated discounts for eligible services.

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    • 307.00 Erate Filing & Consultation Support (ESU 13)
      This service focuses on assisting schools with completing the processes required by the Universal Service Corporation for discounts on telecommunications services. These requirements include filing numerous reports, letting bids or requests for proposals, and completing on-line requests to receive calculated discounts for eligible services.

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    • 307.00 Erate/USF Consultation and Support (ESU 16)
      This service focuses on assisting schools with completing the processes required by the Universal Service Corporation for discounts on telecommunications services. These requirements include filing numerous reports, letting bids or requests for proposals, and completing on-line requests to receive calculated discounts for eligible services.

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    • 303.01 Network LAN Support (ESU 16)
      Design of wireless and wired infrastructure. Point to point wireless configuration and design for remote locations. Security camera design.

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    • 303.26 WAN Support (ESU 16)
      Internet bandwidth is supplied to member schools to meet their network needs. This service includes monitoring and firewall support, packet capturing, viewing logs to identify issues.

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    • 310.00 Central Firewall and Routing (ESU 06)
      ESU6 manages and maintains two Fortigate 3000D routers which firewall and route traffic for all 27 entities in DVLG.

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    • 310.00 Network Consulting (ESU 06)
      ESU6 will provide free network consulting to assist districts with technology planning and direction. The consulting is free but any labor to implement a solution or troubleshoot an issue inside the district's firewall is considered a paid for service.

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    • 310.00 Network Engineering & Security Support (ESU 13)
      Provide network security through firewall support, software installations and training of staff and member districts. Provide firewall configuration, support and automated backup for quick recovery in case of hardware failure. Troubleshooting of network issues such as packet loss or hardware issues. Prtg for monitoring network equipment.

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    • 310.00 Network Planning & Consultation (ESU 07)
      Network personnel help plan, design, and implement infrastructure from wire to wireless, iPad, or laptops, servers and more.

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    • 310.01 Network Security (ESU 16)
      Providing network security through firewall support, software installations and training of staff and member districts. Provide firewall configuration, support and automated backup for quick recovery incase of hardware failure. Spare firewalls to minimize school downtime incase of firewall failure. Provide group purchasing for filtering solutions, in addition to installation and configuration. Trouble shooting of network issues such as packet loss or hardware issues. Prtg for montioring network equipment.

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    • 310.02 ScreenConnect (ESU 06)
      ScreenConnect is a remote desktop software application hosted by ESU6 that allows support personnel remote viewing and control of devices from anywhere with an Internet connection. ScreenConnect also provides remote meeting capabilities.

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    • 310.03 Ekahau Site Survey (ESU 06)
      ESU6 has purchased a laptop, Ekahau Site Survey & Planner Pro, and a Ekahau Sidekick to be used by districts for free to help map, troubleshoot, and plan wireless deployments.

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    • 310.04 Realtime Blacklist Monitoring (ESU 06)
      ESU6 actively monitors all public IPs assigned to each district for any additions to 117 real-time blacklists (RBLs). If any school has a public IP end up on a RBL list ESU6 staff will work with the district to clean up any infected machines that may have caused the RBL entry and will then work to remove the school’s public IP from each RBL.

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    • 310.05 AVTECH Environmental Monitoring (ESU 06)
      ESU6 provides each district with an AVTech 3E and power sensor to monitor building power and alert key personnel when power has been lost.

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    • 310.31 Bandwidth Testing (ESU 06)
      Two iperf servers used to measure network throughput from districts to Lincoln and Milford. Periodic tests are run to proactively look for schools that are not receiving the bandwidth they are contracted for. We also have a server registered with speedtest.net to allow schools to test bandwidth from a browser.

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    • 313.00 Single Sign-On (ESU 06)
      ESU6 has developed a single sign-on solution to enable school districts to utilize either Google or Active Directory to authenticate to a central portal to access applications such as ADVISER, the Nebraska Cloud, Kayako, PRTG, ScreenConnect, Moodle, Zoom, Adobe, TestWiz, etc.

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    • 314.00 Technology Support (ESU 11)
      Technology Support - Hourly Rate Technology Support - Tiered Contract

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    • 315.00 Remote Support (ESU 02)
      Any and all tech support that can be provided over the phone, or via zoom, that doesn't require an onsite visit to the district.

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    • 316.00 SIMS (ESU 03)

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    • 317.00 Contracted Labor (ESU 06)
      ESU6 will provided contracted technology services for an hourly fee.

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    • 317.00 LanMan Partnership (ESU 07)
      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.

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    • 101.06 TIP - Targeted Improvement Plan (ESU 16)
      ESU 16 staff work with district ILCD teams to assist them with writing their TIP and facilitating data discussions and implementation.

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    • 102.00 MTSS (ESU 09)

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    • 124.01 HAL Testing of Students (ESU 11)
      Test students who teachers feel possess talents to be a part of the High Ability Program but did not qualify based on school-wide testing

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    • 400.01 MTSS Support (ESU 03)
      District training and consultation, including PEaK Project consortium districts, to support MTSS implementation efforts

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    • 400.02 Targeted Improvement Plan (TIP) Facilitation (ESU 03)
      District support to complete requirements of TIP progress monitoring and reporting District support to complete requirements of TIP progress monitoring and reporting

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    • 400.03 MTSS Support (ESU 06)
      District training and consultation, outside of PEaK Project consortium districts, to support MTSS implementation efforts

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    • 400.04 Professional Learning (ESU 03)
      Professional learning events and activities in specialized areas. Examples may include PLCs and special education trainings/workshops.

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    • 401.00 Service Provider: Speech-Language Pathologist (ESU 02)
      *Administer comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, birth to age 21 *Communicate test results, verification criteria and IFSP/IEP development to Multidisciplinary Team *Compliance with state and federal laws, regulations, policies and procedures *Provide reports in accordance with current special education laws *Develop goals and utilize evidence-based methods and materials specific to student need

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    • 401.00 Speech Language Pathology (ESU 16)
      Certified staff member who delivers diagnostic, therapeutic, consultative services for students with verified speech/ language disabilities. Maintains and completes necessary paperwork following recommended guidelines.

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    • 401.00 Speech Language (ESU 07)
      Provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and consultative services for the educational needs of individuals with oral and/or written speech-language disorders in the areas of receptive language, expressive language, articulation, voice, fluency, literacy, and social communication.

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    • 401.00 Speech Language Pathology (ESU 03)
      Certified staff member who delivers diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services for students ages Birth-21 with speech/language disabilities.

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    • 402.00 Vision (ESU 07)
      The ESU7 Vision Team provides resources, services, and support in preparing children/youth who have a visual impairment for success in life through collaboration with schools, families, and community agencies. Vision services are available for students experiencing vision problems. Certified vision personnel provide evaluation, consultation, and intervention for these children. This assistance may include the use of adaptive equipment, assistive technology, instruction in Braille, orientation and mobility, and other skills for accessing the general curriculum, and acquire Adapted Core Curriculum skills specific to individuals with vision impairments.

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    • 402.00 Vision Consultant (ESU 16)
      Responsible for consulting with educators, parents and students in the development of education programs for students who are visually impaired.

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    • 402.00 Vision Services (ESU 03)
      Certified staff member who delivers diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services for students ages Birth-21 who are blind or visually impaired, inclusive of Orientation and Mobility services.

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    • 402.01 Vision Materials (ESU 03)
      Braille and enlargement services to support students who are blind or visually impaired.

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    • 403.00 Early Childhood (ESU 07)
      EC staff work with children b-2 with identified disabilities and their caregivers in home, daycares and preschools.

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    • 403.00 Early Childhood Services (ESU 03)
      Certified staff member who delivers diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services for children with disabilities ages Birth-5.

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    • 403.00 Early Childhood Special Education (ESU 16)
      Services to children and families ages B-5 years of age. Services are provided in homes, daycare, private preschools and Rule 11 preschools

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    • 403.05 Services Coordination (ESU 03)
      Coordination of services for families of infants and toddlers with disabilities, across agency lines. Serves as the single point of contact in helping to obtain the services and assistance needed.

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    • 404.00 Psychology (ESU 07)
      Provide the appropriate assessments when evaluating students, interpret and disseminate data, provide interventions, and consult and collaborate with team members to develop an effective plan to meet the needs of each individual student.

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    • 404.00 School Psychologist (ESU 03)
      Certified staff member who delivers diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services for students ages Birth-21.

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    • 404.00 School Psychology (ESU 16)
      Find the best solution for each student/situation and use different strategies to address student’s needs academically, socially, emotionally and educationally. Collaborate with educators, parents and professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all students that strengthen connections between home and school. Provide in-service training.

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    • 404.00 Service Provider: School Psychologist (ESU 02)
      *Compliance with state and federal laws, regulations, policies and procedures *Provide educational evaluations *Serve as a Multidisciplinary Team member *Provide written reports to schools in accordance with current special education laws *Interpret evaluation results for parents, teachers, administrators and students *Provide individual and group counseling/consultation, preventive mental health group activities, crisis intervention, and social skills groups *Collect and analyze data including behavioral observations, functional behavioral assessments, student and teacher interviews, and behavior setting *Consult with Response to Intervention Team/Student Assistance Teams

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    • 405.00 18+ Program (ESU 09)
      18+ Program Job Site/Community Integration

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    • 405.00 Brook Valley Level III School (ESU 03)
      Brook Valley Schools serve students with disabilities in grades K-12+ with significant cognitive or behavioral difficulties. Specialized programming and support are provided to move towards a transition back to neighborhood schools.

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    • 405.00 Cen7ter (ESU 07)
      Cen7ter is designed to meet the needs of students ages 12 to 21 with developmental disabilities. Cen7ter's mission is to empower students to use their strengths to assist in preparing each individual to gain employment and independent living skills. Cen7ter program emphasis is placed on life skills academics, social skills, independent living, recreation/leisure, and prevocational opportunities. Cen7ter services are IEP driven and available 1 - 5 days a week.

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    • 405.01 Brook Valley OutREACH Program (ESU 03)
      Brook Valley OutREACH is a program designed to help students with and without disabilities as an alternative to suspension or expulsion.

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    • 405.02 Project Search (ESU 06)
      Transition Program at York General Hospital

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    • 405.02 Project SEARCH (ESU 09)
      Program Job Site/Community Integration

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    • 406.00 Resource Teacher (ESU 16)
      To provide part time resource services designed to meet the needs of students with verified disabilities.

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    • 406.00 Special Education Teacher (ESU 03)
      Certified staff member who delivers diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services for students with disabilities ages Birth-21.

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    • 406.01 Resource Coach (ESU 07)
      The ESU7 Resource Coach focus is working with teachers, other district staff, and families to assist and provide guidance, training, resources, and strategies for working with students by utilizing programming and materials to improve learning through meeting each individual student's needs. IEP Development Writing and Implementing Measurable IEP Goals Facilitation of IEP Meetings In-service training for general and special education teachers and para educators Classroom Environment Design to enhance individual student performance Direct work with students to implement strategies Discrete Trial Programming and Implementation Data Collection Behavior Strategies Transition Planning Student Schedule Development Department Staff Meetings Facilitation Verbal Behavior Training Functional Life Skills Activities Independent Living Skills in Home Independent Student Time Activities Professional Growth Suggestions Model Lessons Differentiation of Instruction Other as requested by individual Districts

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    • 406.01 Teacher Consultant (ESU 16)
      Assist Director of Special Education with implementation of Rule 51 in ESU 16 area schools. Support teachers with IEP writing, progress monitoring and specialized instruction.Assist with professional development to district teachers and para educators.

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    • 406.02 Inclusion Facilitator (ESU 16)
      Responsible for coordinating age appropriate and developmentally appropriate education programs for students through consultation with teachers and paraeducators. Provide inservice training for student with disabilities in need of social skills training. Provide training for para educators.

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    • 407.00 Deaf and Hard of Hearing Consultant (ESU 16)
      Responsible for coordinating age appropriate and developmentally appropriate education programs for students who are included in the public school.

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    • 407.00 Deaf Education (ESU 07)
      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.

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    • 407.00 Metro Regional Deaf/Hard of Hearing Contract (ESU 03)
      Regional program to provide support of the educational, social-emotional, cultural, and transition needs of children with hearing loss from Birth to graduation from high school. Program also provides interactive activities, organization, and career explorations and family support.

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    • 408.00 CASES: Financial (ESU 02)
      -Completion of all required state forms for Special Education (Final Financials, IDEA, MOE, Proportionate Share, Budget Coding, etc.) -John Baylor -SRS Fees

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    • 408.00 Program Supervision (ESU 07)
      The Special Education Department offers leadership and services to develop collaboration with our school districts. This collaboration will lead to successful implementation of effective programming. We provide direct or consultative services in the following areas: Program Supervision, Speech Therapy, Psychology, Early Childhood, Vision, Orientation and Mobility, Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Paraprofessionals, Cen7ter, Transition, Early Development Network, Autism, and Assistive Technology.

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    • 408.00 Program Supervision (ESU 16)
      Support to district superintendents for completing all Special education financials including IDEA and all other special education reports. Supervision of ESU 16 staff and programs, attend IEP/MDT meetings as requested, Early Childhood program supervision and PRT member, provide training for teachers, administrators, bookkeepers, SRS District manager.

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    • 409.00 Occupational Therapy (ESU 03)
      Licensed staff member who delivers diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services for students with disabilities aged Birth-21.

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    • 409.00 Service Provider: Occupational Therapist (ESU 02)
      *Comprehensive diagnostic evaluations, birth through age 21 *Prepare reports, communicate test results, verification criteria and IFSP?IEP development to Multidisciplinary Team *Compliance with state and federal laws, regulations, policies and procedures *Develop goals and utilize evidence-based methods and materials specific to student needs *Assist in selection and/or modification of equipment in school or home *Teach, demonstrate and instruct student, family and school personnel in implementation of the program/activities.

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    • 410.00 Physical Therapy (ESU 16)
      Contracted Services for Physical Therapy Birth-21

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    • 410.00 Physical Therapy (ESU 03)
      Licensed staff member who delivers diagnostic, therapeutic and consultative services for students with disabilities aged Birth-21.

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    • 412.00 Metro Region Transition Grant (ESU 03)
      Regional advisory team meetings (districts and community agencies), parent workshops and transition coaches trainings to provide technical assistance and increase awareness in the area of secondary transition.

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    • 412.00 Transition (ESU 09)
      Provide support and events for special education students for job/community integration

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    • 412.00 Transition Consultants (ESU 16)
      Directly responsible for assisting with the transition plans for students with special needs. These responsibilities may include program planning, coordinating, monitoring, evaluating, educating, implementation, and public relations. Provide transition workshops for students with disabilities. Work with outside agencies.

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    • 413.00 Audiology (ESU 16)
      Responsible for providing services to students who have failed initial screening in schools and to students verified with a disability to assist individuals in being able to participate in an appropriate educational program.

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    • 413.00 Audiology (ESU 03)
      Audiological supports and services to students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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    • 415.00 BIRSST (ESU 11)
      Provide Staff to ESU 11 schools

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    • 417.00 Behavior Analyst (ESU 07)
      A Behavior Specialist conducts Functional Behavior Assessments to determine why a behavior is occurring and then develop a Behavior Intervention Plan to address the challenging behaviors. The analyst works closely with school administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, and School Psychologists. Services can be minimal, such as conducting an observation and helping with classroom strategies, or much more extensive. Some students may require intensive behavior interventions, social skills training and/or emotional behavioral health support. Trainings are provided to school districts that discuss the basics of behavior, classroom strategies to help manage challenging behaviors, de-escalation strategies, and various other topics that the school district specifies.

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    • 417.00 Behavior Consultant (ESU 16)
      Provides assistance to local educators and students, both verified and non-verified, to improve classroom behavior and student/teacher interaction through observation, consultation, screening and in-service.

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    • 417.00 Behavior Consultant (ESU 03)
      Consultation with students, families, and/or school teams to identify the function of behavior and implement strategies to improve behavior.

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    • 417.01 Mental Health (ESU 07)
      To find the best solution for each student and situation and use different counseling strategies to address student’s needs socially and emotionally. To collaborate with educators, parents and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all students that strengthen connections between home and school. Counsel with emphasis on prevention. Work with individuals and their families to promote optimum mental health of the student.

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    • 419.00 Mental Health Counseling (ESU 16)
      To find the best solution for each student and situation and use different counseling strategies to address student’s needs socially and emotionally. To collaborate with educators, parents and other professionals to create safe, healthy, and supportive learning environments for all students that strengthen connections between home and school. Counsel with emphasis on prevention. Work with individuals and their families to promote optimum mental health of the student.

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    • 505.00 PEaK Project Facilitation (ESU 06)
      District training and consultation facilitated by PEak Project Manager to support MTSS implementation efforts

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    • 506.00 CPI (ESU 13)

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    • 506.00 CPI Training (ESU 03)
      Training and certification in the Crisis Prevention Program, used to de-escalate difficult behavior and keep students and staff safe in a crisis.

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    • 512.00 VR Student Transition Conference (ESU 03)
      Contract with Nebraska VR to plan, organize, and implement student conferences for students with disabilities, focused on pre-employment services.

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    • 603.00 HAL Summer Honors Program (ESU 11)
      A two week summer propram for high school students in the ESU 11 area. We offer numerous academies to roughly 140 students.

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    • 617.00 CASES: Consultation & Compliance (ESU 02)
      -Rule 51/52 compliance & Parent Rights-districts/parents -Administrator Support -Specialk Education Compliance Support/Facilitiaton (Attend MDT/IFSP/IEP, IEP/MDT Review) -Student Assistance Team (SAT), 504 Plans -Out of District Placements -New program, Transition Planning, Program Planning -File Review Support -NDE Reporting Support -MIPS/MAPS Support for ESU Staff -Mediation -Situational Support -Special Education Paperwork Support

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    • 618.00 CASES: Training Support (ESU 02)
      -Transition -Rule 51 Technical Assistance Documents -Birth to Age 5 -Special Education Meetings -Autism Team -Assistive Technology -Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) -Student Assistance Team (SAT) -IFSP/IEP/MDT/Special Education Professional Development -Student Record System (SRS)

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    • 623.00 Planning Region Team (ESU 03)
      Committee of parents, advocates, representatives from school districts, ESUs, HeadStart, and other relevant agencies responsibile for assisting with the planning and implementation of Early Intervention and Early Childhood education services.

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    • 103.10 Advisory Council (ESU 16)
      Superintendents of member school districts meets 3-7 per year to make recommendations for necessary programs/services and to provide opportunity for superintendents to network and possibly take action on educational issues of common concern

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    • 103.11 BOE Governance Support (ESU 16)
      Facilitate training opportunities for member district boards of education including the ESUs 15 & 16 Board Member Workshop, customized BOE workshops for member districts, mission, vision and goal setting, essential finance planning

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    • 103.11 School Governance Support (ESU 16)
      Provide supports for policy development, superintendent mentorship, cooperative purchase, student loan forgiveness program, federal & state legal mandates (FMLA, Title IX, SPED, Records Retention), Senators Roundtable

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    • 117.00 School Operations Support (ESU 16)
      Specialty Trainings: asbestos, dispensing medications, safety standards, asthma protocol, suicide prevention, health screenings

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    • 302.00 NVIS support (ESU 02)
      State-wide video conferencing and distance learning clearing house.

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    • 307.00 E-rate support (ESU 02)
      Support of the e-rate application process.

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    • 408.00 Financial Support (ESU 06)
      Assist districts with special ed Financial MOE, and IL

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    • 412.00 Transition Grant (ESU 07)
      The Transition Grant supports districts through training opportunities, linkages to agencies and specialists, and providing student workshops on transition-related topics.

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    • 416.00 Nursing Services (ESU 11)
      Provide nursing services as requested by schools

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    • 502.00 Autism Spectrum Disorders Grant (ESU 07)
      he 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.

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    • 503.00 Perkins Grant (ESU 07)
      Provides grant facilitation, management, professional development, and networking for Career and Technical Education teachers through the Carl D Perkins Grant Consortium.

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    • 505.00 PEaK (ESU 07)
      PEaK, Promoting Engagement and Knowledge, 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.

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    • 507.00 Title 1 COOP (ESU 07)
      Provide support in coordinating school wide and targeted assistance Title 1 programs. Training and support provided for teachers, administrators, and bookkeepers.

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    • 513.00 Pathways 2 Tomorrow (ESU 02)
      Consortium between schools to deliver career and technical education .

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    • 601.00 Production/Art Media (ESU 07)
      The ESU 7 Production Department provides schools with copy and finishing services, lamination, flash and word cards, writing paper pads, Ellison Cutouts, and poster printing.

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    • 603.00 Gifford Farm Education Center (ESU 03)
      Gifford Farm provides several on-site programs including: The Farm Program (PreK-2nd grade); Friends of Discovery - A Journey with Lewis and Clark (4th-6th grade), STARLAB-The Celestial Navigation of Lewis and Clark (4th-6th grade), The Discoveries of Lewis and Clark (4th-6th grade), The Living History of the Plains (2nd -6th grade) STARLAB-Planetarium (K-8th), Animals on the Go (K-6th grade), The Nature Explore® Certified Outdoor Nature Classroom (PreK-3rd grade), and Kid’s Challenge (3rd-5th grade) or Team Challenge (6th grade to adult), team building and leadership development programs. Gifford Farm also hosts the ESU #3 Science Olympiad competition each fall. Gifford Farm’s STARLAB programs, Animals on the Go Programs (featuring either farm animals or exotic animals), The Discoveries of Lewis and Clark, and Team or Kid’s Challenge travel to schools, libraries, outdoor education programs, scout meetings and more, providing educational programs and presentations to students of all ages.

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    • 603.00 Student Activities (ESU 10)
      All student activities hosted by ESU 10; Examples: Quiz Bowl, Science Olympiad, Digital Citizenship Symposium, Invention Convention

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    • 604.00 School Law Webinars (ESU 11)
      We make school law webinars available to schools from school attorneys.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 07)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 01)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 02)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 04)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 05)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 06)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 08)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 09)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 10)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 11)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 13)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 15)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 16)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 17)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 18)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 605.00 Coop Purchasing (ESU 19)
      Nebraska ESUCC Cooperative Purchasing provides compliant, competitive, aggregated bidding and purchasing to control and reduce costs to its members by maximizing efficiency of resources and processes in Nebraska and Nationally. Cooperative Purchasing is authorized to coordinate purchases for public school districts, nonpublic school systems, other ESUs, and other public agencies, including any county, city, village, school district, or agency of the state government, any drainage district, sanitary and improvement district, or other municipal corporation or political subdivision of the State of Nebraska.

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    • 620.00 Mastering the Arts (ESU 02)
      Federal Grant Project for professional development in art instruction.

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    • 621.00 Substitute Teacher Consortium (ESU 02)
      Member schools make one call to secure substitute teachers from a pool of Midland University students and other registered substitutes.

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    • 622.00 Title II-A Consortium (ESU 07)
      The ESU 7 Title II-A Consortium supports the goal of Title II-A: Increase the academic achievement of all students through strategies such as improving teacher and Principal quality and increasing the number of highly qualified teachers in the classroom and highly qualified Principals and leaders in schools.

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    • 624.00 Driver Education (ESU 03)
      comprehensive driver education program that consists of classroom study and actual driving instruction on the roads in the greater Omaha area. This is an optional program for students and parents.