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2020

2020

ANNUAL REPORT

Programs & Services

Professional Learning

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LEADING FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE!


FROM SUPERINTENDENT

MICHAEL HANSHAW In reviewing 2020, I am overwhelmed by the

actions

our

employees

at

The

Trumbull County ESC and educators across Trumbull County have taken to ensure the health, safety and well-being of

our

students,

families,

staff

and

community at-large. Our

Trumbull

County

educational

community has gone above and beyond to make the best of one of the most, if not the most, challenging circumstances we have had to face in our careers as public school employees - all while continuing to provide our students with outstanding educational opportunities. Well done to each and everyone of you! I am impressed by your work and proud to say I am among some of the most dedicated, creative, resourceful and professional educators who make up this industry. Moving forward, the Trumbull County ESC will continue to partner with our aligned school districts to finish the work that's been started. Looking back to a year ago, none of us foresaw the tasks that would be put before us in the face of this pandemic. However, together we have stood through these challenges and realized more than ever before that we are indeed stronger together.

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MORRIS FAMILY


FROM Treasurer

Lori Simione, CPA The Office of the Treasurer is responsible for the management, investment, and transparent reporting of ESC finances. The Office of the Treasurer is responsible for a budget of $55.3 million. The TCESC receives State Foundation funding in addition to service contracts with 20 local districts in Curriculum and Special Education. The TCESC is Fiscal Agent to the Insurance Consortium (17 Districts), the Transportation Consortium (19 Districts), and Neomin (Information Technology Center).

@TrumbullESC

@TrumbullCountyESC

TCESC FINANCIALS $55.3 Million Budget 20 Aligned Districts (Curriculum & Instruction) 17 Districts: Insurance Consortium 19 Districts: Transportation Consortium

STAFFING

294 EMPLOYEES 163 CERTIFIED: TEACHERS, RELATED SERVICES, ADMINISTRATORS, TVLA, STEAM 131 CLASSIFIED: ASSISTANTS, SECRETARIES, NEOMIN

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STUDENT PROGRAMS

STEM

The Trumbull County ESC's Curriculum and Instruction team secured a $55,400 grant to establish the new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) The new learning opportunity, established and facilitated by our C&I specialists, is designed to enhance students’ online learning. The program serves students in grades 5-8. TCESC’s Remote STEM runs through the second semester of the 2020-2021 school year. The funding was made available through the Ohio Collaborative for Educating Remotely (OCER) and Transforming Schools to support schools in their efforts to improve remote learning. Supervisors of Curriculum & Instruction, Dana Butto and Doug Hiscox, drafted the grant application.

Dr. Robert Marino Jr.

Doug Hiscox

TCESC Assistant Superintendent Dr. Robert Marino Jr., who oversees C&I, said the new STEM program will complement TCESC’s STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Math) Powered Learning. TCESC has been building curriculum for STEM that can be used in any instructional model: synchronously, asynchronously, or hybrid – remotely or face-to-face. Dana Butto

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AND SERVICES

NILES VOCATIONAL PROGRAM 8 STUDENT PARTICIPANTS The Trumbull County ESC launched a new program designed to give students on-thejob training through a partnership with the City of Niles and Mayor Steve Mientkiewcz. Students worked with their instructors to clean up the grounds around the Wellness Center and also completed tasks at Niles Cemetery and the SCOPE Senior Center. Tasks have included painting and cleaning the city's emergency vehicles. Students are working with the Niles Park Department, Cemetery and Wellness Center. They have been painting throughout the city and will be completing a variety of jobs throughout the school year. Housed in McDonald High School, the program meets students’ needs for vocational training, job opportunity, and ability. The students, accompanied by their classroom teacher and assistant, go out into the field two days a week. The program also helps them develop teamwork, build confidence and work ethic, and enhance their social skills. Along with the hands-on training, the students also receive classroom credit.

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STUDENT PROGRAMS & SERVICES: SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSROOMS Hearing Handicapped Classrooms 14 students served Hearing Handicapped Itinerant Program 5 students served Multiple Disabilities 170 students served - 193 Preschool 228 students with disabilities; - 219 132 typical students - 167

Kathleen Vilsack

ED Supplemental Services

Director of Pupil Services

172 students served Emotional Disturbance Classrooms 150 students served

SPECIAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Adaptive physical education 172 students served Work Study 327 students served Audiology 270 hearing evals. 1730 hearing screenings 266 Audiology consults in the schools 102 students on case management over the course of the school year

Speech & Language 918 students served School Psychology 1,420 students served Occupational & Physical Therapy 1,041 OT; 159 PT students served

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BY THE NUMBERS PREP BOWL STUDENTS SERVED 21 SCHOOLS: ELEMENTARY 17 SCHOOLS: JR. HIGH (HIGH SCHOOL CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19/ STATEWIDE SCHOOL SHUT DOWN)

STEAM POWERED LEARNING 133 STUDENTS SERVED 18 SCHOOL DISTRICTS

TRUMBULL COUNTY JA INSPIRE COLLEGE/CAREER/TRADES FAIR 1900 STUDENTS 150 COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES, TRADES AND CAREERS

TRAUMA INFORMED CARE SUMMIT 193 PARTICIPANTS

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PROFESSIONAL LEARNING: Virtual Personalized Learning Sessions Since the beginning of the pandemic, the C&I Team has been hard at work holding weekly training and meetings for teachers. The goal of these sessions was to help prepare teachers for remote learning. Many districts participated over a 7 week period to gain knowledge of different technology tools to utilize for their online classrooms. The team began these sessions the week of April 6th and completed on May 20th with a total of 1,530 teachers participating,

Town Halls From March to May, the C&I Team also held weekly Town Halls for teachers as a means to collaborate ideas of which methods worked and those requiring more in depth training. As the new school year began in August, the team decided to continue the town halls once a month to offer additional support to teachers. Between March and December, 577 teachers participated in 176 Town Halls.

District Personalized Learning Days Additionally, the C&I Team worked individually with districts since the beginning of the school year by offering either virtual or in person training based on districts needs. The team provided these training opportunities at least twice for each district reaching 1,903 teachers.

County Wide Days Under normal circumstances, the C&I Team holds a yearly Innovative Day. Due to the pandemic, the team decided to hold 3 virtual County Wide Days: August 20th, September 4th and November 3rd. Most all aligned districts participated. The attendance grew with each event with 1,078 teachers participating.

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BY THE NUMBERS CURRICULUM & INSTRUCTION SUMMER OF GROWTH 333 TEACHERS VIRTUAL PERSONALIZED LEARNING SESSIONS 1,530 TEACHERS PARTICIPANTS TOWN HALLS 176 TOWN HALLS 577 TEACHERS PARTICIPANTS DISTRICT PERSONALIZED LEARNING DAYS 1,903 TEACHER PARTICIPANTS

Carlotta Sheets

Human Resources Supervisor

RESIDENT EDUCATOR PROGRAM 113 EDUCATORS & MENTORS COUNTYWIDE DAYS 1,078 TEACHER PARTICIPANTS

HUMAN RESOURCES BCI & FBI WEBCHECKS 877 CHECKS COMPLETED ONLINE TRAININGS 89 SUBSTITUTE TEACHER 2,017 SAFETY & VIOLENCE PREVENTION

Chris Hubinksy Technology Supervisor

PARAPROFESSIONAL ASSESSMENTS 38 INTERNET ASSESSMENTS ADMINISTERED COUNTYWIDE DAYS 1,078 TEACHER PARTICIPANTS

TECHNOLOGY 4 TECH COORDINATORS 2 TECHNICIANS 8 DISTRICTS SUPPORTED 9 MONTHLY TECHNOLOGY MEETINGS

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STUDENT TRANSITIONS KINDERGARTEN TRANSITION FAIR More than 600 people, including 205 incoming kindergarteners, attended the 2020 Trumbull County Kindergarten Transition Fair at the Eastwood Mall in Niles.

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IN THIS TOGETHER The Trumbull County ESC, in partnership with our aligned districts, took many steps in 2020 to ensure the health, safety and well-being of our students, families, staff and communities. Although the classroom setting looks different - with desk shields, hand sanitizing stations and teachers and students wearing masks - our Trumbull County educators have remained dedicated and professional and true in their efforts to continue providing the most effective educational experience possible.

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Trumbull County Educational Service Center gifted supervisor Jaclyn Rausch was named chairelect for Ohio’s Gifted Advisory Council. Established in 2017, the Gifted Advisory Council explores the development and implementation of state policies that affect identification, instruction, professional support, leadership, and funding for gifted education. The 37 members of the Council represent a variety of stakeholders from diverse regions of the state, including parents, general and gifted educators, administrators, and others as determined by the Ohio’s superintendent of public instruction. In her 19 years as an educator, Rausch taught students in all grades K-8, Title 1, gifted, and regular education, as well as undergraduate and graduate level courses for educators.

TCESC gifted supervisor Jaclyn Rausch becomes Ohio Gifted Advisory Council chair-elect

She is in her 10th year as a gifted supervisor for school districts in Trumbull County and serves as the president of the Western Reserve Association for Gifted Education. This is her second year on the Gifted Advisory Council. In December, she was elected as the Council Chair for the 2021-2022 school year.

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ASIA TRAVEL

MORRIS FAMILY


TCESC GOVERNING BOARD JEFFREY DREVES, PRESIDENT DENISE DOMHOFF, VICE PRESIDENT WILLIAM J. HOLLAND, MEMBER AL HABERSTROH, MEMBER TOM KRISPINSKY, MEMBER

The TCESC Governing Board meets the second Monday of each month, unless otherwise specified. Due to COVID-19, the TCESC will continue to conduct its governing board meetings virtually through June 14, 2021. In-person governing board meetings will resume July 12, 2021, in Conference Room A of the TCESC Central Office at 6000 Youngstown Warren Road, Niles, Ohio, unless otherwise noted. Upon advance request to the superintendent's office, the Educational Service Center will make reasonable accommodation for a disabled person to be able to attend and/or participate in accord with established board policies. The 2021 meeting schedule is as follows: January 11, 2021, at 9 a.m. (Organizational: Virtual) January 11, 2021, at 9:30 a.m. (Regular: Virtual) February 8, 2021, at 9 a.m. (Virtual) March 8, 2021, at 9 a.m. (Virtual) April 12, 2021, at 9 a.m. (Virtual) May 10, 2021, at 9 a.m. (Virtual) June 14, 2021, at 9 a.m. (Virtual) July 12, 2021, at 9 a.m. (TCESC Conference Room A) August 16, 2021, at 9 a.m. (TCESC Conference Room A) September 13, 2021, at 9 a.m. (TCESC Conference Room A) October 18, 2021, at 9 a.m. (TCESC Conference Room A) November 15, 2021, at 9 a.m. (TCESC Conference Room A) December 13, 2021, at 9 a.m. (TCESC Conference Room A) ASIA TRAVEL

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