100 East Third Street, P.O. Box 578 Piketon, Ohio 45661 Phone: 740-289-4171
100 East 3rd Street Piketon, Ohio 45661   Phone: 740-289-4171
P.O. Box 578, Piketon, Oh 45661 Fax: 740.289.4542
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Adolescent Literacy Series, Disciplinary Literacy and Leading Adolescent Literacy
The Office of Approaches to Teaching and Professional Learning will host a two-part Adolescent Literacy Series in 2020. The series consists of one day of learning on disciplinary literacy with an instructional focus, with day two on literacy leadership with a systems focus. Attendees are encouraged to attend one or both days depending on each session’s relevance to their work. 
Notification of EMIS Reporting for Indicator 12
Every year, each school district receives a Special Education Profile displaying the district's performance on key indicators. Each district’s superintendent and special education contact also receive information from the Ohio Department of Education about any required activities the district must undertake based on these indicators. 
 
Professional Development Schedule
Quick view of the upcoming PD schedule for our Region
 
 
21st Century Community Learning Centers Bidders Conferences
 The Ohio Department of Education is hosting bidders conferences in January to allow eligible applicants to learn more about the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) competitive grant opportunity. This competitive grant provides high-quality before- and after-school programs primarily for children of high poverty and low academic achievement.  
Landrum Endowment Grant due by Friday January 31, 2020
The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio and the Ross County Board of Developmental Disabilities are pleased to announce a grant opportunity that will support projects related to improving lives of individuals with developmental disabilities in Ross County, Ohio. 
Addressing Significant Disproportionality in Ohio
Frequently asked questions, Disproportionality Data, Resources and Contacts. 
2020 FEDERAL QUOTA REGISTRATION OF BLIND STUDENTS
Each year, the Ohio Department of Education’s Office for Exceptional Children requests all Ohio
districts participation in the Federal Quota Registration of Blind Students. This registration is, conducted
by the Assistive Technology and Accessible Educational Materials (AT&AEM) Center at OCALI on
behalf of the Department.
 
Great website for post-secondary transitions
National Parent Center onTransition and Employment 
Alternate Assessment 2.0 Manuals and Administration PowerPoint Now Available
The spring 2020 Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities (AASCD) 2.0 manuals and the 2019-2020 Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Cognitive Disabilities (AASCD) 2.0 Administration PowerPoint are now available. 
Day by Day Ohio Family Literacy Calendar
New Ohio website for families with ideas for supporting early language and literacy and creativity at home. There are many ideas for every day of the year. 
New Digital Resource Launched for Preschool Learning
Ohio’s parents and educators have a new resource to help little learners ages 3-5 prepare for school and their futures with the INFOhio Early Learning Portal. The easy-to-navigate site contains more than 50 websites and apps chosen and evaluated by educators and librarians with expertise in early learning and literacy. 
Public hearings for FY2020-2023 Perkins V Plan

The Ohio Department of Education, in collaboration with the Ohio Department of Higher Education, is holding public hearings on Ohio’s four-year (Fiscal Years 2020-2023) career and technical education plan, Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act (Perkins V). This law reauthorizes the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006, known as Perkins IV. Perkins V makes key changes to implementing career-technical education programs and administrative processes.  Ohio Department of Education staff will present a draft of Ohio’s plan and take comments during the two public comment hearings.

 
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Alternate Assessment Test Administration Training
Tuesday, January 28, 2020
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Alternate Assessment Test Administration Training
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
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Region 15 Preschool Itinerant Network Meeting
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
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Alternate Assessment Test Administration Training
Thursday, January 30, 2020
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Region 15 Early Childhood Network Meeting
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
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Regional Literacy Peer to Peer Network Meeting
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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Early Childhood PBIS Module 6
Friday, February 21, 2020

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Adolescent Literacy Series, Disciplinary Literacy and Leading Adolescent Literacy
The Office of Approaches to Teaching and Professional Learning will host a two-part Adolescent Literacy Series in 2020. The series consists of one day of learning on disciplinary literacy with an instructional focus, with day two on literacy leadership with a systems focus. Attendees are encouraged to attend one or both days depending on each session’s relevance to their work. 
Notification of EMIS Reporting for Indicator 12
Every year, each school district receives a Special Education Profile displaying the district's performance on key indicators. Each district’s superintendent and special education contact also receive information from the Ohio Department of Education about any required activities the district must undertake based on these indicators. 
 
Professional Development Schedule
Quick view of the upcoming PD schedule for our Region
 
 
21st Century Community Learning Centers Bidders Conferences
 The Ohio Department of Education is hosting bidders conferences in January to allow eligible applicants to learn more about the 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) competitive grant opportunity. This competitive grant provides high-quality before- and after-school programs primarily for children of high poverty and low academic achievement.  
Landrum Endowment Grant due by Friday January 31, 2020
The Foundation for Appalachian Ohio and the Ross County Board of Developmental Disabilities are pleased to announce a grant opportunity that will support projects related to improving lives of individuals with developmental disabilities in Ross County, Ohio. 
Addressing Significant Disproportionality in Ohio
Frequently asked questions, Disproportionality Data, Resources and Contacts. 
2020 FEDERAL QUOTA REGISTRATION OF BLIND STUDENTS
Each year, the Ohio Department of Education’s Office for Exceptional Children requests all Ohio
districts participation in the Federal Quota Registration of Blind Students. This registration is, conducted
by the Assistive Technology and Accessible Educational Materials (AT&AEM) Center at OCALI on
behalf of the Department.
 
Great website for post-secondary transitions
National Parent Center onTransition and Employment 
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