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TCESC provided gifted professional development for teachers throughout the county. Preschool students enjoy a play break during their school day. STEAM Powered Learning students learn experiment with computer coding. TCESC's multiple disabilities program provides hands-on learning for students. Students express their creativity at TCESC'ss STEAM Powered Learning Program Joseph DeRamo, front left, presented a $1,950 check from the Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics to TCESC's STEAM Powered Learning Program. Also pictured are Michael Hanshaw, front right, superintendent, Bryan O'Hara, back left, C&I director, and Robert Marino, back right, assistant superintendent.
STEAM Powered Learning program receives $125,000 in state funding
Legislators gathered at the TCESC's STEAM Powered Learning program on Monday, November 20, 2017, to present state funding in the amount of $125,000. The STEAM Powered Learning program is for students in grades 5-8 and meets 15 days during the school year at Lordstown High School. The program focuses on the performance arts, mixed media art, coding and robotics and engineering. Congressman Tim Ryan, State Senator Sean O'Brien, and State Representatives Michael O'Brien and Glenn Holmes all served as part of the team to secure funding for the program. The funding will be used for equipment, programming and curriculum materials. 
RESA tasks due January 19, 2018
The Resident Educator Summative Assessment Lesson Reflections must be submitted to Educopia by January 19, 2018. All RESA participatns should use the Ohio RESA Guidebook 2017-2018 to ensure that the Lesson Reflection submissions meet the 2017-2018 requirements. RESA participants may also contact Educopia for technical support and system questions at

The RESA Help Desk will be available by phone at 855-538-8634 Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. January 2, 2018 through the delivery of score reports.

TCESC preschool classrooms receive five-star Step Up to Quality Rating

All TCESC preschool classrooms that have been evaluated have received a 5-Star Quality Rating as part of Ohio’s preschool quality initiative called Step Up To Quality.  Step Up to Quality is Ohio’s quality rating and improvement system for licensed early care and education programs. The program recognizes learning and development programs that exceed licensing health and safety standards. It is an intensive process that is designed to ensure quality preschool education in the state of Ohio.   



CPI refresher training courses are available
TCESC is offering refresher CPI courses for individuals who have already participated in the full 6-hour CPI course.  This meets the requirement that individuals complete a 3-hour refresher course within one year of the anniversary date of the initial training. Half-day sessions will be held in the morning and afternoon at TCESC on the following dates: December 4 and January 8. Individuals may register for one half-day session.  Registration is required and can be complete through the TCESC event registration system.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Course Available for Pupil Activity Permits
Individuals holding an ODE Pupil Activity Permit are now required to complete a sudden cardiac arrest course each year. Completion of the course must be must be documented in each school district. Each year, coaches must review the Ohio Department of Health's new video and related fact sheet. Although districts may choose how they will verify completion, the Department encourages use of its Learning Management System (LMS). Access LMS through individual SAFE accounts. On the LMS homepage at top right, select the Course Catalog. Then search for sudden cardiac arrest to find the course. After permit holders view the materials and pass a short test, they can earn their certificates of completion.

Individuals who are having difficulty accessing the LMS may review the video and related materials on the Ohio Department of Health website. Districts should prepare a simple form for these applicants to sign that will acknowledge their completion.
Safety & Violence Prevention Training available on TCESC website for Trumbull County educators


TCESC's Safety & Violence Prevention Course is available online. The course has recently been moved from Moodle to Schoology. The course includes additional information about cyber bullying in both the bullying module and in the teen dating violence module. This course is required for all new educators and then every five years thereafter. The course is available to educators in Trumbull County Schools at no cost. Educators will need an enrollment key to enter the course. This key has been furnished to principals who should then pass it on to teachers. TCESC will direct teachers to the building principal for the code. TCESC charges a fee for educators outside of Trumbull County wishing to take this course. For complete information, click here.
TCESC seeks new substitutes
TCESC is seeking substitute teachers and substitute assistants to work in cooperative special education classrooms throughout Trumbull County.  Individuals who are interested in substituting should begin the process of applying for a license and completing requirements as soon as possible to begin substituting early in the 2016-2017 school year.  If you are interested in substituting in a TCESC classroom, please click here to access information about becoming a substitute teacher or substitute aide.
This is Who We Are Video
Trumbull County Schools are running a commercial that centers on the theme: This is who we are Click here to view the video.
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