Welcome to State Support Team Region 13!
Supporting districts in their improvement efforts and focusing on improving educational outcomes for all students.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & EVENTS
SST 13 PD Events
|March 1, 2021||
March 2, 2021
March 2, 2021 –
The Ohio Center for Deafblind Education provides free resources for individuals with a combined hearing and vision loss also known as deafblindness. This 45 minute presentation will help clarify the definition, etiologies that cause deafblindness, how to register a student on the census, and resources available to school staff, students and parents. The presentation would benefit Special Education Directors, School Psychologists, and Transition Teams.
|March 3, 2021||March 4, 2021||
March 5, 2021
March 5, 2021 –
Mar. 5, 2021 1:00-2:30
• Opportunities to network with educators around Tier 1 implementation & sustainability.
• Resources & information on Tier 1 PBIS implementation will be shared.
Virtual meeting-Link will be sent via registration email
To register for the virtual meeting, visit https://forms.gle/rvNGsTyxjKFZPJMK8
Target Audience: Internal Tier 1 coaches/Tier 1 teams, administrators
Alicia Lateer-Huhn Alicia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean Apfelbeck Jean.Apfelbeck@hcesc.org
|March 6, 2021||March 7, 2021|
Your Vision Is Our Mission
State Support Teams
The 16 State Support Teams are responsible for the regional delivery of school improvement, special education, early learning and school readiness, and parent and family involvement services to districts using a differentiated technical assistance structure of support based upon need. Sixteen educational service centers (ESC’s) were selected through an RFP process to act as Fiscal Agents.
The teams work through the Office for Exceptional Children, Office of Early Learning and School Readiness, and the Office of Improvement and Innovation by providing technical assistance and professional development.
Locations and contact information for Ohio’s 16 State Support Teams may be found here.
Ohio’s state support system includes 16 regional State Support Teams who use tools and knowledge to improve instructional practice and student outcomes by working with districts and buildings on improving systems they have in place. Our staff consists of Ohio educators who bring knowledge and experience to their work in systems change, special education, early learning and parent/family engagement. SST services are provided at no cost.