September 27
5585 Sexuality & HIV/AIDS Education: Secondary
8:00 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250C
5585 Sexuality & HIV/AIDS Education: Secondary
Sep 27
8:00 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250C
SolutionWhere - Safe & Healthy Schools
This two-day training is for secondary teachers who teach reproductive health, sexuality education and HIV/AIDS education. The training fulfills the mandated HIV Certification. Two full days of attendance are required to receive a certificate. In addition, participants will receive an overview of legal issues and legislative mandates, data on adolescent sexual behavior, risk factors of early onset of sexual activity and strategies designed to impact them. Teaching health and/or sexuality education at the secondary level requires an MA, KH or MX endorsement. To gain maximum benefit from this course, teachers should know what sex education curricula and/or HIV/AIDS curriculum has been approved by their local School Board.
5650 5 Dimensions Tool Training - Cohort 2
8:00 AM
Livonia School-Career Tech Center
5650 5 Dimensions Tool Training - Cohort 2
Sep 27
8:00 AM
Livonia School-Career Tech Center
SolutionWhere - Educator Evaluation
SESSION 1 (listed first)is for participants that work in Wayne County

SESSION 2 (listed second)is for participants that work in other counties throughout the state

Before principals and teachers engage in observations for the purpose of evaluation, they must have a deep understanding of the evaluation tools, instructional frameworks, and inquiry processes involved. Educator Evaluation tool training is focused on supporting building level administrators in fully implementing annual Educator Evaluations effectively and with fidelity.

During Stage II training, educators will deepen their knowledge and use of the 5D instructional framework and the 5D+ Inquiry Cycle. Each day has a focus on a new dimension and its connection to other dimensions. Each day provides dimension-specific practice of the formative feedback cycle. In addition, participants learn to use the electronic tool, Pivot, to facilitate work related to supervision and evaluation. The last day of training introduces participants to the scoring methodology for summative evaluation.


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5563 Learning Series for Leaders-Cohort 4 Year 1
8:00 AM
Wayne County Community College-Downriver Campus
5563 Learning Series for Leaders-Cohort 4 Year 1
Sep 27
8:00 AM
Wayne County Community College-Downriver Campus
SolutionWhere - School Improvement
This speaker series will continue the look at our practices as administrators and their leadership teams. This work will focus on 10 day long sessions focused around Santoyo’s Leverage Leadership. In addition, a summer kick off will focus on practical strategies for skillful decision-making, planning effective meetings, and building effective teams. Authors Tom Many, Dave Burgess, and George Couros will be guest speakers. The audience for this course is Wayne County Principals/Administrators/Central Office Personnel.
Cancelled 5613 The ´New´ Michigan Science Standards for Grade K-5
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250AB
5613 The ´New´ Michigan Science Standards for Grade K-5 Cancelled
Sep 27
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250AB
SolutionWhere - Science
This workshop gives a general overview of the Michigan Science Standards and is very similar to the session, with the same name, offered last year, 2015-16. Participants will explore the major shifts involved with implementation. Teachers and curriculum specialists will work to adjust curriculum and pedagogy to meet the performance expectations in the standards.
5721 Special Education IEP Procedures Training
9:00 AM
Wayne RESA Arthurs Auditorium
5721 Special Education IEP Procedures Training
Sep 27
9:00 AM
Wayne RESA Arthurs Auditorium
SolutionWhere - Procedures & Forms
Learn about the required special education procedures that relate to the IEP process. The course will cover the IEP, Notice of FAPE, Amendment, and other related forms. The intended audience for this course is special education staff who are responsible for implementing special education procedures.
5603 Making Meaning: Setting Consistent Performance Standards for Educator Evaluation
9:00 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250AB
5603 Making Meaning: Setting Consistent Performance Standards for Educator Evaluation
Sep 27
9:00 AM
Wayne RESA Room 250AB
SolutionWhere - Educator Evaluation
This course provides an overview on how to implement a standard setting process for the student growth component of educator evaluation. The participant will examine the intention, benefits and challenges to using a standard setting process. Steps to take in planning and implementing standard setting will be defined. The models for vertical scaling and for using standard setting with collections of evidence such as IEP goals or portfolios. The importance of performance level descriptions will be emphasized. The audience for this course includes district administrators, principals, school improvement leaders, and teacher leaders. This is not a series but the session is repeated.
5739 WRESA SCECH Training
2:00 PM
Wayne RESA Arthurs Auditorium
5739 WRESA SCECH Training
Sep 27
2:00 PM
Wayne RESA Arthurs Auditorium
SolutionWhere - Professional Development
This course will provide RESA staff with training on SCECH requirements, guidelines and the online application system. The audience for this course is Wayne RESA staff only and is closed to the public.
5522 Teacher Leaders - Cohort 1 (pilot) TWO YEARS (2016-2018)
4:30 PM
Wayne County Community College-Downriver Campus
5522 Teacher Leaders - Cohort 1 (pilot) TWO YEARS (2016-2018)
Sep 27
4:30 PM
Wayne County Community College-Downriver Campus
SolutionWhere - School Improvement
Wayne County RESA is looking for 50 Teacher Leaders to participate in a two-year cohort! Teacher Leaders who are up to the challenge will learn to lead from where they stand. Teacher Leaders will be immersed in professional learning that will stretch their thinking, challenge the status quo, and add to their tool boxes!

This two year commitment will present national speakers and local rock stars who will share their expertise and inspire us all to greatness in our classrooms.

The intended audience for this series are Teacher Leaders,
5610 K-5 Literacy Institute 2016 Series
4:30 PM
Wayne RESA Room 250ABC
5610 K-5 Literacy Institute 2016 Series
Sep 27
4:30 PM
Wayne RESA Room 250ABC
SolutionWhere - English Language Arts
Participants in this interactive three-day course will examine instructional strategies that best promote students´ development as independent readers of narrative, opinion, and informational texts to meet the rigorous expectations of the Michigan ELA Standards for Reading. Participants will explore effective research-based daily classroom structures to help students develop the stamina and independence needed to become fluent readers and to allow teachers time to provide the individual and small group instruction that is so critical in differentiating instruction. This series will focus, in particular, on strategies and resources that support guided reading and word study within a balanced literacy program. The audience for this course is: Wayne County K-5 Priority School teachers and K-5 ELA Coaches.
Cancelled 5685 Paraprofessional Learning Series: Fostering Independence
4:30 PM
Wayne RESA Room 223
5685 Paraprofessional Learning Series: Fostering Independence Cancelled
Sep 27
4:30 PM
Wayne RESA Room 223
SolutionWhere - Special Education
Paraprofessionals, please join us for this interactive and informative learning series. This series will help paraprofessionals learn how to:


•Help students with various support needs build independence

•Collect data, learn when to collect data and the purpose of data collection

•Collaborate more effectively with classroom and building teams

•Utilize a strategy toolkit to help negotiate the paraprofessional workforce


The audience for this series are paraprofessionals who work with students eligible for special education

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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 - 1st Semester 

Alternative Service Schools for Suspended and/or Expelled Students

These schools/unique education providers provide alternative education programs to suspended and/or expelled students.
>Alternative Service Schools

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.
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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

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