Administrative Support

  • Administrative & Teacher Application & Selection (Provides employment services and consultation to assist districts and agency partners with various support functions related to hiring full-time and part-time employees as well as substitutes. In addition, the ESC will conduct specific searches for district-level administrators and fiscal officers using a wide-variety of placement
    resources. The ESC has in-house practitioners who will do as much of the initial screenings of applicants as a district might request.)
  • Administrative Assistant
  • AESOP (Technical support for the automated sub-calling system.)
  • Attendance Officers (Assistance to school administrators regarding student attendance and truancy.)
  • Criminal Background Checks (Personnel criminal background checks through the BCI & I and FBI.)
  • E.M.I.S. Coordinator Services (Support ranging from consultation to complete data-entry, maintenance, and reporting of student information in compliance with ODE standards.
  • E.M.I.S. Coordinator Services (Support ranging from consultation to complete data-entry, maintenance, and reporting of student information in compliance with ODE standards.
  • Grant Writing & Research
  • Mental Health Therapists (Provides ongoing care in tandem with educational professionals to provide ongoing care to students with mental health concerns.)
  • General Supervision (Technical assistance to teachers and administrators regarding instruction, curriculum, and school improvement.)
  • On-Bus Instruction
  • Payroll Services/Consultation
  • Substitute Teacher Coordination (Provides updated lists of qualified substitutes to districts.)
  • Superintendent/Treasurer/Administrator Searches (Conducts searches for districts, for superintendents, treasurers, and other administrative positions.)
  • Teacher & Teacher Aide Licensure (Assistance to all licensed teachers and employees in this area, including maintaining records and files.)
  • Occupational Therapist Services (Evaluation, therapy, and consultation for students who have been identified as needing such services.)

Communications

  • Public Relations & Marketing Consulting (Services provided include branding, strategic campaigns, press releases, media relations services, writing services, situational consults, and more.)
  • Crisis Communications (Every district should be prepared for a “crisis” situation that requires proactive measures to ensure a consistent message to both internal and external audiences. Services include crisis communication planning and crisis communication management.)
  • Publication Design (Graphic design and writing services for publications such as a newsletter, Annual Report, Quality Profile, brochures, catalogs, and online content.)
  • Professional Development (Workshops and presentations for administrators and school staff on topics such as social media, storytelling, digital citizenship, marketing, branding, and more.)
  • Project Management (Management of communication-related projects such as websites, advertising campaigns as well as special event planning and management.)

Curriculum

  • Academic Coach (Provides services to teachers across the district in order to support the improvement of the instructional program.)
  • Ohio Department of Education Liaison (Provide support and information to districts on ODE initiatives.)

Student and Family

  • Alternative School (A program, partially funded through a state grant, which provides an alternative for children who are not succeeding in a regular school environment.)
  • English Learners (EL) Teachers (Provides services to students with limited speaking proficiencies.)
  • Gifted Education Programs (Instructional support and supervision including technical assistance to and oversight of programs for children who have been identified as gifted and/or talented.)
  • Home School Assistance (Assistance to families and district as needed, and administer homeschooling program.)
  • Online Learning (Provides students with an innovative, effective educational experience while utilizing state-of-the-art technology in an online education program.)
  • Parenting Programs (Parent mentor presents at least two trainings a year with topics chosen by parents and educators via survey. These trainings typically are scheduled in the evening.)
  • Preschool Program (Educational programming for three-to-five-year-old children, both typically developing and those with disabilities, as well as technical assistance to and oversight of such programs.)
  • Parent Mentor Lending Library (Books, games, and DVDs available to Champaign County families, educators, and agencies, with a focus on raising and teaching students with disabilities.)
  • Parent Mentor Professional Development Programs (Training available for staff upon request with several programs available on such topics such as “What Is a Parent Mentor?”, “Destination College”, ADHD and the “Young Child” and more.
  • Special Education Supervision (Supervisors assist districts in the implementation of policies and procedures related to state and federal laws for special education.)
  • Transition Coordinator (Assistance to identified students with disabilities in prevocational, vocational, in-school, and community work experience as well as assistance in transition from school to work.)
  • Preschool Screening (Quick screening to determine if a young child may be suspected of having a disability.)
  • School Nurse (School health services, consultations, assessment, screening, and administration of medication.)
  • School Psychologist Services (Psych-educational evaluation, consultation, and counseling services as needed by school districts.)
  • Scholarships (Coordinates and/or assists districts with the selection process of various scholarships.)
  • Social Work Services (School social workers address the psychological and social well-being of students, ranging from elementary school to high school students. They provide information, counseling, and help to students, parents, and school staff working together to solve problems by communicating and providing referrals to other resources.)
  • Educational Custody – School Comparison Service (This detailed school/district comparison report, including Ohio’s Educational Accountability Data, may be necessary when seeking “residential parent for school placement purposes” during custody situations.
  • Occupational Therapist Services (Evaluation, therapy, and consultation for students who have been identified as needing such services.)
  • Paraprofessionals/Educational Aides (Classroom assistance for special and/or regular education teachers, transportation assistance, and individual help for students who need one-on-one assistance.)
  • Physical Therapy Services (Evaluation, therapy, and consultation for students who been identified as needing such services.)
  • Speech/Language Therapist Services (Evaluation, therapy, and consultation for students with language, articulation, fluency, and/or voice disorders.
  • Structured Classroom Program for Children on Autism Spectrum (A program for children on Autism Spectrum and other disabilities.)
  • Vision Intervention Services

Special Education & Related Services

  • Adapted Physical Education (Technical assistance to school staff and instruction for students in appropriate adaptations of the physical education program.)
  • Adult Transition Program (LIFE)
  • Audiology Services (Monitors and evaluates student needs for educational planning for students with hearing loss. Provides equipment maintenance and staff support. Level of service determined by IEP team.)
  • Autism Program (A program in a separate facility for youth identified with autism.)
  • Behavior Specialist (Technical assistance and consultation to school personnel regarding students who exhibit significant behavior issues in the school setting and/or who are transitioning from regular to special education programs or special education to regular programs.)
  • Educational Evaluations (Provide comprehensive Multifactored Educational evaluations and/or Independent Educational evaluations.)
  • Emotional Disturbance Program (A program in a separate facility as well as in multiple satellite locations, for children identified with emotional disturbance.)
  • Low Incidence Supervision (Technical assistance to and oversight of programs for students who are identified as having multiple disabilities or autism.)
  • Multiple Disabilities Program (Instructional classes for students who have been identified with multiple disabilities.)