Local communities are on the frontlines of the fight against opiate abuse, and Ohio’s educators are uniquely positioned to help guide students by integrating prescription drug education into the K-12 curriculum. That’s why House Bill 367 now requires all public schools to educate students about the dangers of opioids and the proper use of opiate prescriptions.
New Prepared for Success Reports Uploaded Yesterday
New EMIS Coordinator Training
Important Reports Moved to Forms Application Within SAFE
EMIS Supplementary Graduation Rate Data Forms Due June 10, 2016
Medical Waiver Requests Due Online May 27, 2016
FY16 Traditional Districts Final Student (S) Collection, v1
FY16 SOES Final Student (S) Collection, v3
The department has loaded the principal composites as default scores into the electronic Teacher and Principal Evaluation System (eTPES). Superintendent may access through their SAFE accounts individualized Principal Value-Added Composite Reports to assist them in confirming the accuracy of those principal composite scores and completing principal and assistant principal evaluations this year. The reports include composite scores based on value-added measures from the building where the principals and assistant principals served in these roles during the 2014-2015 school year.