A message from the superintendent
Superintendent Dan DeGrow explains to RESA employees the facts behind a recent disagreement with the Times Herald about RESA's response to a Freedom of Information Act request by the newspaper.
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The facts about TEC
In a 2011 report to the state, 97% of TEC students 12 months after graduation were employed, continuing their education or both. This is one of the facts about TEC shared with visitors at October events honoring the 50th anniversary of intermediate school districts in Michigan.
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READ THE LATEST EDITION OF TECHNICALLY SPEAKING
Former student jump starts career in health field
Some of what you'll find in this edition of Technically Speaking, St. Clair TEC's electronic newsletter:
– New billboard to feature state, national champs
– The future of learning
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Rep. Miller honors RESA
US Congresswoman Candice Miller attended a legislative luncheon Oct. 18 that was held as part of the week-long 50th ISD anniversary celebration. Ms. Miller presented RESA Superintendent Dan DeGrow with a certificate of special congressional recognition.
Also in attendance was state Sen. Phillip Pavlov, state Reps. Paul Muxlow and Andrea LaFontaine. Representing St. Clair County were Commissioners Jeff Bohm and Bill Gratopp.
What we do publication
This 8-page tabloid was published in the Times Herald Sunday, Oct. 13. It explains the diverse range of RESA initiatives and programs.
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On the radio
As part of the 50th anniversary events, Paul Miller of WPHM AM-1380 did a live broadcast from the RESA Admin building the morning of Oct. 16. Listen to any or all of the podcasts of his guests: Pete Spencer of the Blue Water Middle College, Pat Yanik of TEC, Denice Lapish of the Virtual Learning Academy, Superintendent Dan DeGrow, Sarah Nelson of the Pine River Nature Center, Cyndy Raymo of Special Education, Garth Kriewall of the Communications Office, and Marshall Campbell of the RESA Board of Education. Click here for the podcasts
Great Start Readiness Program now enrolling
Parents can now enroll their child in the Great Start Readiness Program. GSRP is Michigan's state-funded preschool program for four-year-old children with factors that may place them at risk of educational failure. Click here for more information and to see if you qualify.
Enroll now in Blue Water Middle College
The Blue Water Middle College offers a free two-year college degree opportunity to students entering 11th grade this fall at Port Huron, Port Huron Northern, Capac, Memphis, Algonac and Yale high schools. Click here to learn more
Read the latest edition of THE WOODLAND WORD
ROAR kickoff gets students motivated
Here is what you'll read in this edition of Woodland's newsletter, The Woodland Word:
– MOVE video presented at Russian conference
– Motor skills training can be fun, too
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Children's books are arriving at the homes of youngsters from newborns through age 5 across St. Clair County. The books come at no cost to the family. RESA and the United Way of St. Clair County are partners in underwriting locally Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program.
Find out more about the program and how to register
Keep up on the latest programs for educators
The RESA provides sessions throughout the year on a range of topics for educators.
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MAP/DIRECTIONS TO RESA CAMPUS:
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