New transportation rules and guidelines will be discussed. This is a mandatory meeting for all subrecipients receiving GSRP transportation grant funds.
This is a make-up session for subrecipents that missed the first meeting. This will be the only make-up session scheduled.
WRESA is responsible for monitoring the student enrollment data in MSDS. The Great Start Readiness Program subrecipients are being trained on how to enter the data for their students at their respective locations. This workshop is designed for the New Great Start Readiness Programs entering students into MiStar.
Participants will engage in action oriented learning and planning sessions designed to provide guidance and tips to help school improvement teams conduct and implement a comprehensive needs assessment. This session will give participants the opportunity to understand and utilize the four types of data to drive positive student growth in schools and districts.
Learn how schools around the country and in Wayne County are reducing office discipline referrals and increasing time spent on instruction. PBIS provides a framework for school-based teams to collaborate and create positive expectations and strategies for all students, including those with significant behavioral needs. Schools that implement PBIS use their own referral data to design more effective and sustainable school wide practices. This course will provide an overview of the steps involved in getting started with PBIS. The intended audience is elementary, middle and high school educators. Schools are encouraged to send teams.
This session is intended for K-12 general education and special education teachers, administrators, and ancillary staff who would like to learn more about how to embed Trauma- Informed PBIS strategies into their classrooms. Tier 1 interventions that teachers and other staff can easily implement to create a classroom where resilience is nurtured will be discussed. This session will also include a presentation from a Wayne County district that is currently implementing Trauma-Informed PBIS strategies in their K-12 classrooms. Participants will leave with practical ways to foster resilience in students and manage behavior in the classroom using Trauma-Informed PBIS.
This 2-day, 12 hour course is designed for anyone new to the GSRP program. This course will include, a comprehensive over of the program, including both state and county wide initiatives and expectations. There will also be two 6 hour curriculum tracks; HighScope and The Creative Curriculum. These curriculum tracks will provide the classroom staff with BASIC foundation of the curriculum to be used in their program. Finally, teachers will have the opportunity to set up their training logs, create their Wisdomwhere and MI Registry accounts. Must attend both dates to receive SCECHs.
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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. .
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