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  • Education Service Center 7
    Education Title I Part A Title III Bilingual ESL Head Start Head Start Home Calendar of Events Contact Head Start About Head Start Family Service Worker Resources News Parent Resources Photo Gallery Teacher Assistant Resources School Operations School Operations Home Bus Driver Training Business Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Coordinated School Health Safety and Physical Education PE This page under construction Please visit our Coordinated School Health PE and Safe Drug Free Schools and Communities pages Program Contacts School Safety Adrian Knight M Ed 903 988 6810 903 988 6860 fax School Health

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Federal Accountability The ESC 7 Accountability Turnaround team is dedicated to providing district educators and their professional service providers the most current information about federal accountability including rules regulations and requirements for campuses and districts The Texas Education Agency TEA has recieved approval from the U S Department of Education USDE for a request to waive specific provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act ESEA as amended by P L 107 110 No Child Left Behind NCLB Act of 2001 Texas schools will no longer be designated as having met or made Adequate Yearly Progress AYP Instead of federal designations for all schools in Texas only the lowest performing 15 percent of schools will be identified as Priority or Focus Schools Those schools will be

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Guidance Counseling Services Region 7 ESC provides professional growth opportunities quarterly workshops annual counselors academy training in Creating a College Bound Culture technical assistance updates via our counselor listserv and webpage and networking through the Guidance and Counseling Contract The following topics are included The Developmental Guidance Program that is required of all schools as stated in SB 158 ACHIEVE TEXAS and GEAR UP training to be used with parents students and teachers as outlined in HB 713 Materials and programs that assist counselors in the performance of their duties Training in Career Cruising and College Career Guidance Opportunities to collaborate with colleges P 16 Councils and College Readiness

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  • Education Service Center 7
    ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Migrant Education The goal of the Migrant Education Program is to identify and recruit every eligible migrant student that is enrolled or residing in our school districts and Charters in accordance with federal laws and regulations to provide each student with appropriate educational services and to meet requirements of the State Comprehensive Needs Assessment and Statewide Delivery Plan In addressing the Needs Assessment for all migrant students for the Statewide Delivery Plan there are several areas of concern that have been identified and placed into federal regulation The State Comprehensive Needs Assessment through evaluation of performance data found and developed eight specific needs of migrant students Those needs are Migrant first graders must develop sufficient skills to promote to Grade 2 Migrant students who failed TAKS STAAR must participate in summer TAKS STAAR remediation Migrant middle school students must use learning and study skills appropriate to learning Migrant middle school students must have timely attention and appropriate interventions related to problems or concerns that are academically and non academically related Migrant middle school students must have the necessary homework assistance and tools at home essential for

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Out of School Youth OSY Services OSY Information En Espanol Click video to view full screen OSY Information English Click video to view full screen The Region 7 Education Center Out of School Youth OSY recruiting program is designed to assist migrant young men and girls who dropped out of school for whatever reason to work in the farms fields dairies or fisheries This program will help these individuals obtain assistance and information about going back to school If going back to school is not an option then our staff will assist them in taking advantage of different options available to them within the community including getting enrolled in GED ESL classes The OSY Migrant Program assists young people who may not have had the opportunity to complete high school due to economic necessity that may have resulted from a variety of reasons including the need to help their parents financially pregnancy or parenting or moving to the United States from another country Our staff strive to help these individuals understand that obtaining their high school diploma or GED is still a possibility for them and will allow them to have the opportunity to obtain a higher paying job This program is also directed to migrants who are here to work and have never been enrolled in school For those who are unable to enroll in school due to a daytime work schedule then they have the option to go to night school to learn English and take GED classes In some cases the GED exam is given in Spanish Region 7 Migrant and OSY programs are trying to reach all communities in the region to make them aware of the benefits of these two programs that are reaching out to the most vulnerable side of our communities such as the migrant workers who moved around in order to get jobs in agriculture dairies and or fish farms We encourage migrant families who have young people who are not enrolled in school to fill out our OSY survey so that our staff can better assist them in taking advantage of the educational financial and work opportunities available to them In addition to assisting these youth in enrolling in school or a GED program we will

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Parent Information Region 7 ESC is committed to helping parents and schools build partnerships that benefit students and improve educational opportunities Every research study on parental involvement done over the past 20 years reached the same conclusion when parents are involved in their child s education that child s self esteem and academic achievement improve Through the Parent Involvement Initiative and the Parent Coordination Network Region 7 ESC seeks to support both parents and schools to improve communication collaboration and active involvement to improve student outcomes from preschool to high school in communities large and small Parent Involvement As a member of the Statewide Parent Involvement Initiative Region 7 encourages collaboration among all stakeholders that serve children and families and believes the results will promote educational excellence in achievement for all students across the state Priorities include 1 Promoting supporting and encouraging engagement of parents at each of the following three parent involvement levels Level 1 This level includes a broad representation of parents who are not frequently visible in schools but make sure their children are prepared mentally physically and nutritionally with materials and supplies needed for success Level 2 This level includes a smaller representation of parents who are visible in schools daily weekly or monthly These parents assist

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Resources Photo Gallery Teacher Assistant Resources School Operations School Operations Home Bus Driver Training Business Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Region 7 Rosetta Stone eAgreement Rosetta Stone is an e Learning solution designed for beginner to intermediate students in up to 24 languages with the Rosetta Stone Language Learning Suite With Rosetta Stone s context based immersion methodology students build fundamental language skills Purchase of Rosetta Stone through the Region 7 SSA affords 100 of our districts the ability to pay a reduced fee for all licenses Rosetta Stone Overview Rosetta Stone Important

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops State Compensatory Education SCE Program Overview Under Section 29 081 of the Texas Education Code TEC compensatory education is defined in law as programs and or services designed to supplement the regular education program for students identified as at risk of dropping out of school The purpose is to increase academic achievement and reduce the dropout rate of these students The goal of state compensatory education is to reduce any disparity in performance on assessment instruments administered under Subchapter B Chapter 39 TEC or disparity in the rates of high school completion between students at risk of dropping out of school and all other LEA students TEC Section 29 081 State compensatory education funds were authorized by the legislature to provide financial support for programs and or services designed by LEAs to increase the achievement of students at risk of dropping out of school State law Section

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