OAESD/ODE Program Cabinet Program Task Force Convened in October 2015 Three meetings over three months Proposal to OAESD Superintendent Council in January 2016 OAESD Program Cabinet established by
Superintendent Council Program Task Force Keith Ussery, WESD Penny Grotting, CGESD Analicia Nicholson, DESD Paul Andrews, HDESD Larry Sullivan, Lane ESD Gary Peterson, OAESD Program Cabinet
Purpose: 1. To coordinate and assist in the implementation of various regional and state-level initiatives and issues affecting ESDs 2. To support the work of ODE in their implementation of such initiatives throughout the state
Program Cabinet 10 Members appointed by Superintendent Council Four ESD Superintendents based on the ADMw of their ESD 2 larger and 2 smaller Four ESD Representatives based on expertise in statutory service areas One ESD Representative at-large One/Two ODE Representatives OAESD Executive Director, ex-officio Chair and Vice-chair selected by Cabinet
Terms established by Cabinet Regular reports to OAESD Superintendent Council Program Cabinet Larry Sullivan, Lane (large ESD) Chair Mary McKay, LBL (large ESD) Steve Phillips, Malheur (small ESD) Tenneal Wetherell, South Coast (small ESD) Gary Peterson, OAESD Program Cabinet
Keith Ussery, Willamette (at large) Vice Chair Analicia Nicholson, Douglas (school improvement) Paul Andrews, High Desert (administrative srvcs) Eric Nichols, Harney (technology) Linda Eastlund, Clackamas (special education) Program Cabinet Dawne Huckaby, ODE Sarah Drinkwater, ODE
Derek Brown, ODE David Bautista, ODE Implementation Teams Ad hoc Appointed by Program Cabinet Focus on implementation of specific programs or initiatives Regular reports to Cabinet Dissolved or repurposed following completion of the
work Work Groups Ad hoc Appointed by Cabinet Focus on analysis and recommendations regarding specific issues or topics Regular reports to Cabinet Dissolved or repurposed following completion of
the work Program Cabinet Priorities Initial Priorities 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
7. Collaboration / Communication Network IEP Development Best Practices Mental Health Needs / Trauma Informed Practices Assessment Literacy Recruitment and Retention Strategies, and Quality PreService Programs for Teachers/Specialists Dual Identification of English Language/Cultural Learners and Special Education and TAG Technology Broadband, eRate and Funding Implications
Agreed to two immediate implementation & three longer term work group priorities. Program Cabinet Priorities Priorities: Implementation Team 1. Collaboration / Communication Network 2.
IEP Development Best Practices Program Cabinet Priorities Priorities: Work Group 1. 2. 3. Mental Health Needs / Trauma Informed Practices Assessment Literacy
Recruitment and Retention Strategies, and Quality Pre-Service Programs for Teachers/Specialists Program Cabinet Next Steps: Implementation Team Collaboration/Communication Dawne Huckaby (ODE), Eric Nichols (Harney ESD), Paul Andrews (HDESD), Gary Peterson (OAESD) IEP Development Sarah Drinkwater (ODE), Tenneal Wetherell (SCESD), Linda Eastlund (Clackamas ESD)
Work Group Mental Health Needs / Trauma Informed Practices - Larry Sullivan (LESD), Analicia Nicholson (Douglas ESD), Mary McKay (LBLESD) Assessment Literacy - Keith Ussery (WESD), Cristin McClean (ODE) Recruitment and Retention Strategies, Quality Pre-Service Programs for Teachers/Specialists - Steve Phillips (Malheur ESD), Analicia Nicholson (Douglas ESD) Other Priorities
Dual Identification EL/SPED/TAG - Tenneal Wetherell (SCESD) Technology - TBD Program Cabinet Next Steps: Complete priorities guidance documents Identify and recommend potential members of
Implementation Teams and Work Groups Submit work and recommendations to OAESD and ODE Finalize Implementation Team and Work Group membership recommendations in collaboration with OAESD Superintendents Council, Guidance Timelines
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