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.





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.


RESA 7 Winter Leadership Academy

The RESA 7 Winter Leadership Academy was held on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at Fairmont State University in the Falcon Center Conference Suites. The presenter was Tom Childers, Senior Faculty from the Common Core Institute.

Mr. Childers' Presentation (pdf)



2013 – 2014 RESA 7 Administrators’ Forum

Handouts for 5 August 2013

1) RESA 7 File Folder Contents (Supplemental Information) (pdf)

2) RESA 7 Agenda

3) Common Core Institute – Kevin Baird - PowerPoint

4) A Guide for Using Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (pdf)

5) Gettysburg Address Lesson Accelerated

6) Building Leader I Flier (pdf)

7) Building Leader II Flier (pdf)

8) School Leader Flier (pdf)

9) Howard Seufer Handout (pdf)

School Safety and Bullying – A National Perspective
WV Bullying Presentation 2012


Autism Guidance Document and Hot Topics for Administrators
Autism Guidance Document and Hot Topics


WVEIS Discipline Management System Updates
Discipline Management System PowerPoint
Discipline Management Cheat Sheet


Important Legal Considerations for 2012 – 2013
Important Legal Considerations for School Year 2012-2013
Seufer PowerPoint



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