Upcoming Events

December 18
6311 Library Media Leaders
8:30 AM
6311 Library Media Leaders
Dec 18
8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Events
Participants will learn about new quality books available this year to consider adding to their library collections from a local book store owner.  They will also learn about developing library collections from a Follett representative.  Best practices and new ideas for promoting reading in schools will be shared and discussed.  The focus will be on motivating student readers.  The audience for this course is K-12 school librarians.  For further information, contact Judy Bowling at 734-334-1545 or bowlinj@resa.net.     
6016 CPR/AED/First Aid
8:30 AM
6016 CPR/AED/First Aid
Dec 18
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Events
Leave this course with American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED/First Aid certification. Participants will be trained in CPR, AED use, and choking relief for adults and children. The First Aid portion will provide training in medical emergencies and injury care. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing in order to practice skills on your hands and knees. Guidance will be provide on the newly required emergency cardiac response plan. 
6320 1% Cap Data Review
9:00 AM
6320 1% Cap Data Review
Dec 18
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Events

The 1% cap now applies to participation of students in alternate state assessments. The state of Michigan tests about 2.4% of students with MI Access. Consequently, all local districts who are testing more than 1% of students on the alternate assessment must conduct a data review and provide the state with a rationale for their assessment decisions, policies, and practices. Your district is invited to attend this session to review your data, the requirements of the state and to plan for future required activities.

6320 1% Cap Data Review
12:00 PM
6320 1% Cap Data Review
Dec 18
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Events

The 1% cap now applies to participation of students in alternate state assessments. The state of Michigan tests about 2.4% of students with MI Access. Consequently, all local districts who are testing more than 1% of students on the alternate assessment must conduct a data review and provide the state with a rationale for their assessment decisions, policies, and practices. Your district is invited to attend this session to review your data, the requirements of the state and to plan for future required activities.

December 19
6000 Restorative Practices (2 day workshop)
8:00 AM
6000 Restorative Practices (2 day workshop)
Dec 19
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Events

Day 1: Introduction to Restorative Practices - training focuses on the key concepts of Restorative Practices and how they are used to build strong, healthy relationships, resolve challenges and build social capital. The concepts involve reflection, and awareness of one"s self and one"s practice. 

Day 2: Using Circles Effectively - Applies the fundamental processes of restorative practices and enables participants to practice the techniques, including how to optimally utilize circles in any setting. 

Black Family Development, Inc. facilitates this formal restorative practices training. Registered participants must complete both days 1 & 2 in order to train colleagues in their district to implement. 

5864 SEED-Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity- RESA Employees Only
9:00 AM
5864 SEED-Seeking Educational Equity & Diversity- RESA Employees Only
Dec 19
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Events
What Is SEED?
SEED stands for Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity. It is a peer-led professional development program that creates conversational communities to drive personal, organizational and societal change that fully embraces diversity and strives for equity. Participants are invited to attend all sessions (or as many as possible).
SEED’s unique methodology involves:
•facilitating ongoing, structured, group conversations in which all voices can be heard
•examining how our own stories relate to social systems
•learning from the lessons of our own lives as well as from texts
•turning oppression and privilege into agency and action.
December 20
6000 Restorative Practices (2 day workshop)
8:00 AM
6000 Restorative Practices (2 day workshop)
Dec 20
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Events

Day 1: Introduction to Restorative Practices - training focuses on the key concepts of Restorative Practices and how they are used to build strong, healthy relationships, resolve challenges and build social capital. The concepts involve reflection, and awareness of one"s self and one"s practice. 

Day 2: Using Circles Effectively - Applies the fundamental processes of restorative practices and enables participants to practice the techniques, including how to optimally utilize circles in any setting. 

Black Family Development, Inc. facilitates this formal restorative practices training. Registered participants must complete both days 1 & 2 in order to train colleagues in their district to implement. 

6259 SMART ACA Workshop
9:30 AM
6259 SMART ACA Workshop
Dec 20
9:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Events
Dedicated worktime with Consultant support.
6236 MISTAR DnA (Illuminate) 2017-18 Networking Meetings
12:30 PM
6236 MISTAR DnA (Illuminate) 2017-18 Networking Meetings
Dec 20
12:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Events
These networking meetings are designed for educators across the county that use the MISTAR DnA (Illuminate) system. The purpose of these meetings is to inform and collaborate around effective use of Illuminate for the purpose of promoting quality assessment practices. Wayne County districts are invited to send two representatives to these meetings. Districts are encouraged to select participants with knowledge in curriculum, instruction and assessment, as well as proficiency in the district"s technology systems. Please register each participant separately.
December 21
6320 1% Cap Data Review
12:30 PM
6320 1% Cap Data Review
Dec 21
12:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Events

The 1% cap now applies to participation of students in alternate state assessments. The state of Michigan tests about 2.4% of students with MI Access. Consequently, all local districts who are testing more than 1% of students on the alternate assessment must conduct a data review and provide the state with a rationale for their assessment decisions, policies, and practices. Your district is invited to attend this session to review your data, the requirements of the state and to plan for future required activities.

January 9
6009 Wayne County Formative Assessment Project Cohort 7 2017-2018
8:30 AM
6009 Wayne County Formative Assessment Project Cohort 7 2017-2018
Jan 9
8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Events

Participants will learn ways to use evidence collected to modify instructional practices and help students change learning processes. Participants will also be given a sound foundation on facilitation techniques. Armed with this new knowledge facilitators will assemble learning teams to facilitate over the course of the school year. These teams of six-seven people will attend a full day kick-off launch and meet regularly throughout the year (in district) to study and practice the elements of formative assessment. Facilitators will lead the meetings with the continued support of Wayne RESA consultants. Participants will receive six books throughout the year. The audience for this course is K-12 administrators and teachers. Register online with credit card or submit registration form below to register with check, purchase order.

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6032 Introduction to The Michigan Science Standards for Grades K-12
8:30 AM
6032 Introduction to The Michigan Science Standards for Grades K-12
Jan 9
8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Events

This workshop gives a general overview of the K-12 Michigan Science Standards. Participants will explore the major shifts involved with implementation through experiencing and examining a basic lesson. What are the 3-Dimensions in a science lesson? What does it look like to teach and learn in 3-Dimensions? On-line resources will be provided to help teachers begin to incorporate the science and engineering practices, cross-cutting concepts, and disciplinary core ideas into their classrooms. Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop or tablet device.

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Local Districts

With a total population of approximately 1.8 million, Wayne County is the most populous county in the State of Michigan and the 18th most populous county in the nation. There are 33 school districts in 43 Wayne County communities serving approximately 226,000 students. Additionally, there are 108 Public School Academies (PSAs) serving 64,000 students for a combined total of approximately 290,000 students in public schools county-wide. .

Map of Wayne County Districts

Wayne RESA Board of Education 

pdfWayne County Directory 

PDF DocumentWayne County Schools of Choice - 2nd Semester
 

Early Childhood Resources

Our early childhood staff connect parents and service providers in Wayne County to resources and information.
>View Early Childhood Resources 

Family Assistance Resources

Helpful information and other assistance for your family's wellness.
>View Family Resources

Freedom of Information Act

Procedures and guidelines manual.
>Freedom of Information Act Manual

School Accountability Scorecard

The latest update of the Michigan School Accountability Scorecards.
>View video

School Year Recess Days

A list of extended recess days for the school year.
>School Days

Understanding Education Terms and Acronyms

What does NCLB stand for? What is pupil-teacher ratio? Look up often-used education terms through the links below.
>Glossary of Common Education Terms
>List of Common Education Acronyms

Wayne County Parent Advisory Comittee

Wayne RESA ensures the involvement of parents in special education through the Parent Advisory Committee (PAC).
>View Parent Advisory Committee Home Page