RESA 7 is charged with the task of empowering schools and school systems to develop life long learners that become productive citizens in the 21st Century. As a result of this mission, RESA 7 and its educational systems are changing to incorporate the latest technology skills, instructional tools and strategies to engage learners in becoming critical thinkers.

RESA 7 consists of a comprehensive conglomerate team of dedicated and skilled professionals understanding and valuing the importance of high quality and effective professional development activities. These teams create and deliver trainings to accomplish local, state, and national mandates for our twelve county school systems serving as the members of our educational partnership.

To learn more about other programs and services available through RESA 7, please navigate the website or contact the RESA 7 office at 304-624-6554.

Ms. Kathy Hypes
Executive Director
RESA 7


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2014 – 2015 RESA 7 Administrators’ Forum
Handouts for 4 August 2014

1) Administrators’ Forum – General Information – Left Side of Packet

2) RESA 7 Agenda

3) Morris Morrison – Can You Play – Worksheet I

4) Morris Morrison – Can You Play – Worksheet II

5) Denise Spatafore – Policy 5902

6) Denise Spatafore – Policy 2460

7) Denise Spatafore – Cooper vs. Raleigh Grievance

8) Denise Spatafore – Adkins vs. Cabell Grievance

9) Denise Spatafore - Alderman vs Pocahontas County

10) Carla Howe – Data Use Power Point

11) Carla Howe – FERPA Quiz

12) Howard Seufer – RESA 7 Power Point

13) Howard Seufer – Recent Legislation and Legal Developments


Standards Based Mapping Design Project

The RESA 7 Common Core Committee is pleased to release the Standards Based Maps designed and created by your RESA appointed teachers. Please note these materials are posted in “draft” form and are a working document.

Please utilize these as a tool in your classrooms and counties to assist in curriculum design and delivery. We welcome feedback and will make changes in the coming year to best meet your needs.

If you have any comments or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact Jeovanna Lacaria, Director of Curriculum and Instruction at 304-624-6554 ext. 222 or jlacaria@k12.wv.us.

Link: RESA 7 Standards Based Maps

RESA 7 Applies for Project ISAAC Grant

RESA 7 would like to announce our intent to apply for a new federal grant funding Project ISAAC, an afterschool program. If this grant is approved, Project ISAAC will be available to students for three years, 2014 – 2019 at Westwood Middle School, Midland Elementary School, and Elkins Middle School.

Project ISAAC is a free after school program available to students. Project ISAAC aims to educate the whole child by delivering a comprehensive program. Enrolled students will receive targeted math and reading tutoring, hands-on enrichment, homework assistance, recreation, and a nutritious supper each evening.

Students participating at the middle school level will have the opportunity to explore career clusters and opportunities to preview potential career paths through activities and special enrichment programming.

At all 21st CCLC ISAAC sites, a family series of events will be delivered to meet the needs of the population as identified through the needs assessment surveys. Our program was not only developed to increase student achievement but to advance communities as well.

 

 

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Barbour
Doddridge
Gilmer
Harrison
Lewis
Marion
Monongalia
Preston
Randolph
Taylor
Tucker
Upshur

 



 

 

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