1/23/2019: All meetings and Workshops are Cancelled, but the Wayne RESA Building is Open

1/23/2019
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EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP, SERVICE, AND COLLABORATION

Wayne RESA is a regional educational service agency that provides a broad spectrum of services and support to Wayne County's 33 school districts aimed at improving student achievement and maximizing economies of scale in staff development, purchasing, and administrative services. 

Learn more about our services and programs.

Upcoming Events

January 24
6577 School Wide PBIS Tier 2 Training
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Boyd's Auditorium
6577 School Wide PBIS Tier 2 Training
Date: Jan 24
Time: 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Location: Wayne RESA Boyd's Auditorium
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This session will provide an overview of Tier 2 PBIS strategies, training materials and data systems. The audience for this course is (2-5) members of a school´s PBIS team. The school must be currently implementing all Tier 1 interventions.
January 25
6396 GSRP 2019 Advisory Council Winter Meeting
8:30 AM
Wayne RESA Annex Auditorium
6396 GSRP 2019 Advisory Council Winter Meeting
Date: Jan 25
Time: 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Wayne RESA Annex Auditorium
Calendar: Events (WisdomWhere)
The Early Childhood Contact provides a forum for a team made up of administrative officials, Early Childhood Specialists,  parents/guardians of program participants, community, volunteers, social service agencies, and organizations as appropriate.  The advisory committee annually shall review the program components and make recommendations for changes to the Great Start Readiness Program for which it is an advisory committee.   This team sets and monitors goals for the continuous quality improvement of the Great Start Readiness Program.   The GSRP Early Childhood Specialist meets multiple times per year to monitor progress and reports program results to the local GSRP Advisory Committee.  The GSRP Advisory Committee currently meets three (3) times each fiscal year.   “The audience for this course is directors, parents/guardians of program participants, community, volunteers, social service agencies, and organizations as appropriate.  Participants are current or potential subrecipients of the WRESA Great Start Readiness Program.
January 28
6810 Instructional Rounds in Literacy Education with Richard Elmore
9:00 AM
THE LOCATIONS LISTED
6810 Instructional Rounds in Literacy Education with Richard Elmore
Date: Jan 28
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Location: THE LOCATIONS LISTED
Calendar: Events (WisdomWhere)

Join author and Harvard research professor, Richard Elmore, as we delve into Instructional Rounds in Education.  Instructional Rounds offers a model for educators to work together to solve common problems and improve their overall practice. In this session, participants will learn  the principles and practices of this research-based approach to observing, analyzing, and improving teaching and literacy learning. Discover how Instructional Rounds differs from supervision and evaluative observations. Delve into the GELN Literacy Essentials to shape a shared understanding of high quality instruction. Gain insight into the promise and challenges of Instructional Rounds and learn how this approach can lead to large-scale improvement in literacy. Participants will receive a copy of Dr. Elmore’s book, Instructional Rounds in Education.

 

Intended Audience:

Session 1 - Welcome all District Leaders, K-12 Educators, Principals, & Instructional/Literacy Coaches

Session 2 - Attendance Restricted to Wayne County Pilot Districts: Network A & Network B

 

If further information is needed, please contact Bridget Regan at reganb@resa.net


6810 Instructional Rounds in Literacy Education with Richard Elmore
9:00 AM
WCCCD-Ted Scott Campus-9555 Haggerty, Belleville
6810 Instructional Rounds in Literacy Education with Richard Elmore
Date: Jan 28
Time: 9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Location: WCCCD-Ted Scott Campus-9555 Haggerty, Belleville
Calendar: Events (WisdomWhere)

Join author and Harvard research professor, Richard Elmore, as we delve into Instructional Rounds in Education.  Instructional Rounds offers a model for educators to work together to solve common problems and improve their overall practice. In this session, participants will learn  the principles and practices of this research-based approach to observing, analyzing, and improving teaching and literacy learning. Discover how Instructional Rounds differs from supervision and evaluative observations. Delve into the GELN Literacy Essentials to shape a shared understanding of high quality instruction. Gain insight into the promise and challenges of Instructional Rounds and learn how this approach can lead to large-scale improvement in literacy. Participants will receive a copy of Dr. Elmore’s book, Instructional Rounds in Education.

 

Intended Audience:

Session 1 - Welcome all District Leaders, K-12 Educators, Principals, & Instructional/Literacy Coaches

Session 2 - Attendance Restricted to Wayne County Pilot Districts: Network A & Network B

 

If further information is needed, please contact Bridget Regan at reganb@resa.net


Cancelled 6714 Working Smarter NOT Harder as an ECS
12:00 PM
WCCCD-Downriver Campus
6714 Working Smarter NOT Harder as an ECS Cancelled
Date: Jan 28
Time: 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Location: WCCCD-Downriver Campus
Calendar: Events (WisdomWhere)

Early Childhood Specialists will explore the requirements of specific tasks related to GSRP work; while a variety of specialists share how they make the requirement manageable and easy to achieve. A variety of topics will be explored. Attendees may attend all, or some of the sessions that may support their professional growth.

1.    “Finding the Time & Child Record Review”: Making It Manageable – 10/8/2018

2.    Making the Most of Classroom Visits; Relationships, Coaching & Program Support Forms – 10/22/2018

3.    Making the PQA Work For You & What Comes Next – 11/12/2018

4.    I’ve Tried It All! Now What? – Supporting Teams That Need Extra Support – 12/10/18

5.    “There’s An App for that” – 1/28/2019

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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 School Year 2018-19
 

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