ODE outlines procedures for Pupil Activity Permits
The Ohio Department of Education has updated its webpage to provide detailed information about securing a Pupil Activity Permit. Pupil Activity Permits are required for individuals who will direct, supervise or coach a student activity program that involves athletics, routine or regular physical activity or activities with health and safety considerations. Click here to view complete information about applying for a Pupil Activity Permit.
Registration available for mentor teacher training
To receive mentor certification, new mentors for the Resident Educator Program must successfully complete two new face-to-face trainings titled Resident Educator Mentor Academy Days One and Two, which begin in June. To remain certified, previously certified mentors do not need to take additional training.  Prospective mentors may register now in STARS for the new academies through their individual SAFE accounts. They will find all training sessions in the state by searching for keywords: mentor academy, RE mentor academy, mentor training or RE mentor training. Participants will find it beneficial to take the two sessions on consecutive days, but they may schedule them on non-consecutive days if needed.
STEAM Excel auditions are September 8, 2015
STEAM Excel is a cooperative program, among 18 Trumbull County Schools and the Trumbull County Educational Service Center, that provides students with an opportunity to develop their academic and artistic talents in the disciplines of technology, art, dance, drama, and vocal music. The program focuses on supporting the development of 21st century skills such as critical and creative thinking, collaboration and communication.
STEAM Excel will provide students in grades 5-8 with instruction in visual art, dance, drama, vocal music, coding and coding with Lego Robotics.
Auditions will be held at TCESC on Tuesday, September 8, 2015. 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 2015-2016 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.
Safety & Violence Prevention Training available on TCESC website for Trumbull County educators

TCESC's Safety & Violence Prevention Course is available online. 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.

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RE Year 3 Meeting
Wed Sep 9 2015
Elementary Principals
Thu Sep 10 2015
Governing Board Meeting
Mon Sep 21 2015
RE Year 1 & Year 2 Meeting
Wed Sep 23 2015
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