TCESC hosts Kindergarten Readiness Summit 2015
TCESC will host a Kindergarten Readiness Summit on October 9, 2015. This workshop will focus on steps to excellence in kindergarten practices. Valora Washington, Ph.D., CEO of the Council for Professional Recognition, will be the presenter. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and the presentation will take place from 9 a.m. until noon.
Informational meeting about Aspiring Leaders Program on October 7, 2015
TCESC will host an informational meeting for individuals interested in participating in the Youngstown State University Aspiring Leaders Program on Wednesday, October 7, 2015 at 5 p.m.  The Aspiring Leaders Program provides individuals with an opportunity to earn a Master's degree in administration and to secure principal licensure. The program will provide information about the application procedure and timelines. Recent graduates will speak about what they found important in their preparation programs.
TCESC offers book study opportunity
TCESC is offering a book study focusing on proven, practical classroom strategies for meeting the needs of gifted learners. Participants will meet face-to-face and complete online modules focusing on the book Teaching Gifted Kids in Today's Classroom by Winebreener & Brulles.  The book study is targeted toward K-12 classroom teachers who are required to participate in highly qualified professional development for serving gifted students. For complete information regarding the course and registration, click here.
RESA Instrument & Participant Guide now available
The Ohio Resident Educator Summative Assessment Instrument & Participant Guide are now available at This website will be the source for the most current information on the Resident Educator Summative Assessment. RESA tasks one and two are due December 15, 2015, while tasks three and four are due February 15, 2015.
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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