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  • Network Services - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Turnaround Team Early Childhood Intervention ECI English Language Arts Reading ELAR and Dyslexia Events Management Excellence in Mathematics Teaching Facilitated Individualized Education Program FIEP Project Family and Community Engagement Parental Involvement Gifted and Talented Advanced Academics Graphic Design Homeless Homeless Education Human Resources Instructional Media Services Instructional Technology Legal Framework Life Skills Low Incidence Disabilities Program Management Information Systems MIS Mathematics K 12 Migrant Homeless Education Network Services No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Other Services Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=56&program=Network+Services (2016-04-29)
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  • No Child Left Behind (NCLB)/Elementary Secondary Education Act (ESEA) - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Contact Rebecca Ontiveros Program Director Federal Funding Accountability 915 780 5093 Email NCLB ESEA Title I Part A Education Service Center Region 19 provides technical assistance and or professional development to districts charter schools in the areas of Implementation of NCLB Title I Part A Guidelines and Mandates Evaluation of NCLB Title I Part A Program Effectiveness School Improvement Assistance under the ESEA Flexibility Waiver Performance Based Monitoring Analysis System Data Validation Monitoring Foster Care Student Success Education Service Center Region 19 provides professional development to districts charter schools in the areas of Paraprofessional and Highly Qualified Teachers Parent Involvement Policies Title I Components in campus district plans Title I Fiscal Issues Title I Fiscal Requirements Private School Participation NCLB Grant Cycle Texas Accountability Intervention System TAIS Links Resources and Helpful Links No Child Left Behind NCLB Program Coordination In partnership with the Texas Education Agency TEA Division of NCLB Program Coordination the Statewide Publications Initiative at Education Service Center Region 20 ESC 20 is developing products and tools to assist LEAs with program implementation NCLB Program Series The mission of the Title I Statewide School Support Parental Involvement Initiative is to fulfill the No Child Left Behind NCLB requirements for statewide school support in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency Title I Statewide School Support Parental Involvement Initiative ELEMENTARY SECONDARY EDUCATION Part A Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies U S Department of Education ESEA Foster Care Student

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=22&program=No+Child+Left+Behind+%28NCLB%29/Elementary+Secondary+Education+Act+%28ESEA%29 (2016-04-29)
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  • Out of School Youth Coordinator - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Life Skills Low Incidence Disabilities Program Management Information Systems MIS Mathematics K 12 Migrant Homeless Education Network Services No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Other Services Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Out of School Youth Coordinator Contact Maria Rios Migrant Specialist 915 780 5329 Email Laura Zuniga Migrant Out of School Youth Coordinator 915 780

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  • Parent Involvement - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Program Management Information Systems MIS Mathematics K 12 Migrant Homeless Education Network Services No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Other Services Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Parent Involvement Contact Elizabeth Kloss Secretary 915 780 5347 Email Angela V Owens Project Manager 915 780 5091 Email The Parent Involvement program promotes family school community partnerships Our goal is to increase collaboration between families and schools in order to improve student achievement This program coordinates activities for parents parent coordinators educators teachers counselors administrators and others who work with parents including those of children with special needs to promote parental involvement at school and at home This program also conducts workshops and conferences maintains a resource library on parental involvement topics and provides networking opportunities for districts and community agencies Regional Parent Involvement Network Committee Parent liaisons volunteers coordinators etc have been identified in each district and other community agencies including UTEP to participate in monthly meetings

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=33&program=Parent+Involvement (2016-04-29)
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  • Positive Behavior Support - Education Service Center - Region 19
    CASEL Success in School Skills for Life The web site of the Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice Improving Services to Children and Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Problems The site includes numerous web links and resources as well as examples of programs using promising practices Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice An in depth look at Functional Behavioral Assessments prepared by the Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice Functional Behavioral Assessment The web site of the Center for Effective Collaboration and Practice Improving Services to Children and Youth with Emotional and Behavioral Problems The site includes numerous web links and resources as well as examples of programs using promising practices Center on the Social and Emotional Foundation for Early Learning DBSA website offers information about mood disorders support groups and their various chapters The site also offers advocacy advice and confidential screenings as well as a way to join the DBSA e mail list Also available in Spanish DBSA Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Edutopia George Lucas Foundation is dedicated to transforming improving the K 12 learning process by documenting disseminating and advocating for innovative replicable and evidence based strategies that prepare students to thrive in their future education careers and adult lives In addition to explaining the strategies that work there are Free classroom guides to download as well as videos and a weekly e newsletter Edutopia This site discusses the Gentle Teaching instructional strategy a non violent approach for helping people with special needs and sometimes challenging behaviors It includes a web link to the Gentle Teaching International home page Gentle Teaching This website provides an overview of the various approaches and treatments for depression Topics include Drugs Medications Psychotherapy Alternative Methods Lifestyle Changes Medical Procedures and Combination Therapy Healthline Help for Depression This website represents the oldest and largest non profit organization that addresses mental health in the United States This site includes mental health information news releases advocacy information free publications and more Also available in Spanish Mental Health America NAMI the National Alliance on Mental Illness is the nation s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to improving the lives of persons living with serious mental illness and their families Their site includes advocacy information support groups mental health information and resources NAMI The web site of the National Association of School Psychologists It includes their position papers on a number of educational behavioral and assessment issues National Association of School Psychologists This is the home page for the OSEP Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support PBIS The purpose of PBIS is to give schools information and technical assistance to identify adapt and sustain positive behavioral interventions and supports school wide Also available in Spanish OSEP Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support PBIS This website is a comprehensive and easy to use tier 1 through tier 3 PBIS positive interventions and supports tool and resource that includes data tracking PBIS World This

    Original URL path: http://www.esc19.net/programs_and_services.php?service_id=34&program=Positive+Behavior+Support (2016-04-29)
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  • Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities - Education Service Center - Region 19
    variety of settings Training content is based on past Academy evaluations statewide and regional data from the Texas Education Agency Local Education Agencies Head Start programs Early Childhood Intervention programs childcare providers research in early childhood and national trends In the summer of 2016 we will be hosting the 17th Annual Academy for Teachers of Young Children in Odessa Texas The conference is scheduled for July 13 15 2016 This link will provide you with information regarding the upcoming conference Academy for Teachers of Young Children Preschool Programs for Children with Disabilities Child Find The purpose of Child Find is to locate identify and evaluate children from birth to 21 years of age with disabilities and their possible need for special education and related services Child Find is a free referral and information service available through local education agencies and Education Service Center Region 19 Children learn at different rates but some children have significant difficulty in one or more of the following areas social interaction play speech and language vision hearing attention behavior or coordinating movements We re here to help you access services to meet the unique learning needs of your child If you are concerned that your child may be learning playing or interacting differently from others please call the special education department of your local education agency or ESC Region 19 staff listed above This site offers information and resources related to the earliest possible identification of young children and their families who may benefit from early intervention or education services Child Find Great Beginnings Early Childhood Conference SAVE THE DATE The Great Beginnings Early Childhood Conference will bring together early childhood educators throughout the Region 19 area This two day conference will further your knowledge regarding research based strategies to enhance learning and development of preschool children Information related to best practices and instructional techniques will be emphasized The Great Beginnings Early Childhood Conference is scheduled for April 1 2 2016 Additional information will be available at www esc19 net as the conference nears Download Flyer Preschool LRE The Preschool LRE Initiative was designed to assist districts in assessing the quality of educational programming for preschool children with disabilities in the least restrictive environment The Individual with Disabilities Education Act IDEA 97 2004 gives every child with disabilities including preschool children with disabilities the right to a free and appropriate public education FAPE State and local education agencies are to provide this education in the Least Restrictive Environment LRE The assumption of the law is that consideration for placement of services for each child with disabilities will begin in the general education classroom According to 34 CFR 300 551 each LEA must ensure that a continuum of alternative placements is available to meet the needs of children with disabilities for special education and related services In addition 34 CFR 300 347 b requires the ARD committee to determine and provide the accommodations modifications supports and supplementary aids and services needed by each child with a

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  • Public Education Information Management System (PEIMS) - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Mathematics Teaching Facilitated Individualized Education Program FIEP Project Family and Community Engagement Parental Involvement Gifted and Talented Advanced Academics Graphic Design Homeless Homeless Education Human Resources Instructional Media Services Instructional Technology Legal Framework Life Skills Low Incidence Disabilities Program Management Information Systems MIS Mathematics K 12 Migrant Homeless Education Network Services No Child Left Behind NCLB Elementary Secondary Education Act ESEA Other Services Out of School Youth Coordinator Parent Involvement Planning Research and Evaluation Positive Behavior Support Preschool Program for Children with Disabilities Principal Alternative Certification Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Contact Joel Molina MIS Manager 915 780 6594 Email Education Service Center Region 19 PEIMS coordinator acts as a liaison between school districts and the Texas Education Agency in collecting data for student attendance staff responsibilities salaries and other financial data This data is collected four times a year fall mid year summer and extended year The various data collected in PEIMS is combined with data from other sources to determine district and campus standing funding and TAKS percentages Links 2014 2015 Web Enabled Legacy

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  • Response to Intervention (RTI) - Education Service Center - Region 19
    Academy PACA Project Share Public Education Information Management System PEIMS Purchasing COOP Response to Intervention RTI Risk Management School Health School Zone Science K 12 Social Studies Special Education Special Education Evaluation Services State Assessment for Students With Disabilities Support Services Surrogate Parent Information Teacher Preparation and Certification Program TPCP Teacher Quality and Student Success Technology Support Services Technology and Instructional Media Services Texas Behavior Support Initiative TBSI On line Training Information Texas Education Telecommunications Network TETN Textbook Adoption Transition Visually Impaired program for Write for Texas About Us Departments Calendar Alternative Educator Certification ESC Region 19 Purchasing Allied States Cooperative ESC Staff Links Meeting Room Rentals Programs Services Schools Stream 19 Board of Directors Login Public Information House Bill 5 Superintendent Resources Response to Intervention RTI Contact Bernice A Garcia Project Manager 915 780 5359 Email Monica I Jaloma Professional Development Consultant 915 780 5382 Email Kim McNally Project Manager 915 780 5097 Email RTI is designed for students who are struggling in the core academic areas RTI emphasizes early intervening rather than waiting for students to fail The key components of RTI are systematic screening and progress monitoring the use of multiple tiers of increasingly intense interventions and a problem solving process to aid in decision making There is an emphasis on using interventions that have been found to be effective through scientific research and on linking assessment results to interventions that are specifically tailored to address individual needs The ESC Region 19 Team is a diverse team made up of professionals from all areas of study to include Bilingual ESL GT Curriculum Elementary Secondary Special Education If you would like to receive specific updates on our trainings and services please contact any of the members of our RTI Staff UPCOMING EVENTS Save the Date Links The Meadows

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