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5/15/2017

Ohio Part B State Systemic Improvement Plan Phase III Report

The Ohio Department of Education’s Office for Exceptional Children, Office of Early Learning and School Readiness, and Center for Curriculum and Assessment are implementing a three-phase State Systemic Improvement Plan to bring about better educational results for Ohio’s students. The plan focuses on the foundational language and literacy skills students need to become college and career ready.

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5/15/2017

Seeking districts to participate in truancy pilot program

As part of House Bill 410, the Ohio Family and Children First Cabinet Council is seeking letters of interest from districts to take part in a pilot program addressing truancy. Each school district will develop a multidisciplinary truancy team for the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years that addresses attendance barriers for each child referred to the team. Please submit letters of interest to the Family and Children First Cabinet Council no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, June 2.

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5/15/2017

Grant readers needed

The Ohio Department of Education is recruiting grant readers for its Charter Schools Program grant. Here is more information about how to apply through the state’s managed services provider, InGenesis. Those selected must be available in June.

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5/15/2017

Start Talking!

Mental health conditions are far more common among teens than most people imagine. May is Mental Health Month, an opportunity to break the negative stigma that surrounds mental illness and promote the well-being of the whole individual.

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5/15/2017

Educational materials about mosquitoes available for students and families

In Ohio, mosquitoes are most active from May through October. Most are not major carriers of diseases. In fact, only a few of the 59 species of mosquitoes in Ohio can transmit disease. But the diseases these mosquitoes can carry are serious, including West Nile virus and several strains of encephalitis.

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