State Support Team Region 9 Serving Schools in Holmes, Stark, and Wayne Counties

Stark State Advanced Technology Center ~ 6057 Strip Ave. N.W., North Canton, OH 44720  
Telephone: 330-492-8136  ~  Toll Free: 1-800-733-7732


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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources - Click Here

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Resources

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Coronavirus support
4 weeks of summer learning activities for kindergarten through fifth grade


Resources from Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI):

  1. Social Narratives in Response to COVID-19  To help people with disabilities and those that support them, the OCALI Autism Center has created some social narratives to use at home during the COVID-19 crisis. Social narratives teach the individual appropriate social practices that can also help regulate behavior. Several examples have been provided to help families during the pandemic.  
    https://www.ocali.org/project/resource_gallery_of_interventions/page/to-support-families-during-the-COVID-19-crisis

  2. OCALI  FaceBook Live: 4 minutes at 4:00pm  Look for daily posts on Facebook on a variety of topics across the various OCALI centers.  Topics will include accessibility, special interests, self-regulation, activities to keep busy and have fun, and many, many more.   Live chat will occur if participants have questions during the broadcast.

  3. HereToHelp page
     https://www.ocali.org/project/stay-safe-strong-and-supported

  4. Social Narratives for Families
    https://www.ocali.org/project/resource_gallery_of_interventions/page/to-support-families-during-the-COVID-19-crisis

  5. Another newer resource are OCALI’s podcasts
    https://www.ocali.org/project/ocali-communication-standards/page/podcasts

  6. Episode 5 - It’s Different for Girls (https://www.ocali.org/project/inspiring-change-podcast)
     

State Support Team 9, Stark County Educational Service Center and Tri-County Educational Service Center COVID-19 Resources

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One of a Kind Literacy Event

Hosted by Walsh University

SAVE THE DATE!  PLEASE SHARE!

On July 15, the Walsh University Literacy Initiative is hosting its inaugural READ-A-PALOOZA.  The event is open to anyone interested in the Science of Reading:  faculty, undergrads, graduate students, parents and advocates.  The invitation is for any and all.

This link will provide more information and a link to the registration: https://www.smore.com/1rwxg-read-a-palooza



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This event is not sponsored by State Support Team 9, but is provided for your information.


Communities of Care Coffeehouse Series:
Discussion & Networking Forum

June 8: Facing Death, Dying, and Loss

  • Supporting students and families negotiating death, dying, and loss
  • Authentically caring for our school communities as an act of teaching and learning

August 17: Supporting New Teachers in the Wake of COVID-19

  • Mentoring and valuing new teachers who were unable to finish their student teaching due to the pandemic

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Educators, Administrators, and School Community Stakeholders

WHAT GOES ON AT A COMMUNTIES OF CARE VIRTUAL COFFEEHOUSE?
Connecting, networking, supporting, and sharing barriers and solutions related to ensuring equity in

serving students and families in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic in a welcoming, virtual setting.  

HOW WILL I BENEFIT FROM THIS EXPERIENCE?
The Communities of Care Virtual Coffeehouse Series will create spaces for you to share successes and pitfalls, as well as benefit from lessons learned by other participants. Together, we can advance educational equity in the everyday responses, decisions, and changes we are making in our respective school community contexts during the pandemic. 
We invite to you to join us your favorite cup of coffee or beverage and join us. Log on, get comfy, we’ll see you there!

I’M AT HOME WITH A CHILD OR CHILDREN
Are you a parent/caregiver and wondering how you will keep your child, children, or youth (ages 5-10) entertained so that you can fully participate in these live events? We will be offering age-appropriate child activities concurrently during the events for ages 5-10. Please follow the additional prompts in the registration form to signal if you are interested in the concurrent child-friendly activity.  Be sure to have your youth bring paper and a pencil to the session.

This event is not sponsored by State Support Team 9, but is provided for your information.

 

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If an event is cancelled, the cancellation notice
will be listed on the date of the event.

 

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Of Special Interest

2020 Challenger Baseball Information PDF

2020 Challenger Baseball Registration Form PDF

2020 Challenger Baseball Medical Information and Release Form


Meet Cameron Broom

 

Meet Nick Doyle - Seen on the Kelly Clarkson Show

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