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Summit ESC - Named a 2018 Northeast Ohio Top Workplace Award
State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria visits one of our Summit Preschool classrooms.
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E2 Conference - Save the Date 2019
News & Announcements
Summit ESC Spring 2019 Professional Development Booklet - Now Available
Summit ESC Spring 2019 Professional Development Booklet - Now Available
Our Summit ESC Professional Development Booklet details the latest trainings and events scheduled here for Spring 2019 for both the Summit  ESC and SST8.
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Twice Exceptional (2e) Conference - Call for Proposals
Twice Exceptional (2e) Conference - Call for Proposals
Be sure to Save the Date for the 2nd Annual “Exceptional in Two Ways Conference” that will take place on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at the Summit ESC.
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Summit ESC Members Meet with Delegation of Education Administrators from Iraq
Summit ESC Members Meet with Delegation of Education Administrators from Iraq
On Wednesday, Sept. 26, Superintendent Joe Iacano and select members of the Summit County Educational Service Center’s (ESC) Student Services and Curriculum & Instruction teams met with a delegation of 10 education administrators from Iraq.
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2018 Education Celebration Registration Information
2018 Education Celebration Registration Information
The All-County Teaching Team members are nominated by the community and chosen...
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The Plain Dealer Names Summit ESC a winner of the Northeast Ohio Area 2018 Top Workplaces Award
The Plain Dealer Names Summit ESC a winner of the Northeast Ohio Area 2018 Top Workplaces Award
The Summit Educational Service Center (ESC) has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor by The Plain Dealer.
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Summit ESC's School Leadership Connection is Conducting a Superintendent Search
Summit ESC's School Leadership Connection is Conducting a Superintendent Search
The School Leadership Connection team is currently seeking applicants...
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Upcoming Events
Feb
20
De-escalation Training

Do you deal with angry children, parents, or even colleagues?  Learning to de-escalate a situation quickly can mean the difference between chaos and growth.  Susan Tucker, MSW, LISW-S will discuss ways to lower the emotion and get to problem solving in conflict situations.

This workshop is designed to help participants learn how to de-escalate angry people – adults and children. The skills taught will help participants become aware situations that can lead to angry interactions. Interactive exercises will teach participants the skills of disarming an angry person and using affect labeling to calm the situation and begin the problem-solving mode. Participants will learn how to make effective behavior agreements.

$50 lunch included
CEU’s for Licensed Social Workers and Counselors

ONLINE REGISTRATION

Feb
20
DOK 101, 6-8, (ELA/SS) - How to Move Students Forward to Promote Critical Thinking
DOK 101 topics - -Discuss cognitive rigor and why it is important -Develop the ability to determine levels of DOK -Practice creating and revising questions aligned to the rigor of state assessments -Discuss DOK in project based assessment This is fo
Feb
21
Big Changes Coming to AP in 2019! New Processes and Resources Coming to Advanced Placement in 2019:

Two sessions will be offered on this day: AM Session - 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m and PM Session - 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

College Board is making improvements to the way AP works that will impact every high school in Ohio and across the United States. These improvements are in response to what College Board has been hearing from practitioners to better meet the needs of teachers and students. Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year College Board will roll out new resources to support teachers and students all year. These improvements will require a change to the timeline and registration process for schools and students. All schools offering AP will implement these changes in the 2019-2020 school year.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

Feb
21
Big Changes Coming to AP in 2019! New Processes and Resources Coming to Advanced Placement in 2019:

Two sessions will be offered on this day: AM Session - 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m and PM Session - 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

College Board is making improvements to the way AP works that will impact every high school in Ohio and across the United States. These improvements are in response to what College Board has been hearing from practitioners to better meet the needs of teachers and students. Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year College Board will roll out new resources to support teachers and students all year. These improvements will require a change to the timeline and registration process for schools and students. All schools offering AP will implement these changes in the 2019-2020 school year.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

Feb
21
Nordonia City Schools
District Strategic Plan
Feb
21
Parent Transition Academy

Financial Planning, Guardianship & Alternatives, Parent Panel Will be held at 

*****Will be held at Norton Middle School.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

4108 S. Cleveland-Massillon Rd.

Norton, Ohio 44203


Feb
22
CPI Training (Nonviolent Crisis Intervention) - Full Course

The cornerstone of CPI since 1980, this program is considered the global standard for crisis prevention and intervention training. With a core philosophy of providing for the Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM of everyone involved in a crisis situation, the program's proven strategies give human service providers and educators the skills to safely respond to various levels of risk behavior while balancing the responsibilities of care.

ONLINE REGISTRATION

Feb
25
Gifted Series: Giftedness and Differentiation in the Content Areas (competencies a, c, f)

Agenda:

  • Explore the characteristics of quality curriculum for gifted children within each content
  • Differentiation strategies that support gifted learners within a quality curriculum
  • Matrices for HESS' Rigor
  • Hands on time to collaborate and explore
ONLINE REGISTRATION

Feb
27
Motion Workshop
Grade 5 Science - Motion Workshop
Feb
28
DOK 101, American History/ Government - How to Move Students Forward to Promote Critical Thinking
DOK 101 topics - -Discuss cognitive rigor and why it is important -Develop the ability to determine levels of DOK -Practice creating and revising questions aligned to the rigor of state assessments -Discuss DOK in project based assessment.
**This is for educators that have no or limited experience with DOK. 

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