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Thank you for your interest in working at the Wood County Educational Service Center

Contact Information:  Doris Schulte, Personnel Secretary/EMIS

419-354-9010 ext 226 or dschulte@wcesc.org

Here is some information regarding Electronic Renewal of licensure.

Applications will be kept on file at the WCESC for two years for the following positions:

  • Aides/Paraprofessionals
  • Gifted
  • APE (Adaptive Physical Education
  • Misc. (Secretarial)
  • Student Secretary
  • OT/PT (Occupational/Physical Therapy)
  • Psychology
  • Social Services
  • Special Education Teachers
  • Speech/Language/Hearing

 

Please contact the local school districts ( Eastwood, Elmwood, Lake, North Baltimore, Northwood and Otsego) and fill out their application (ex. Math, English, Elementary, Early Childhood, Social Studies Teachers, etc). The individual districts arrange interviews and hire for their Teacher - Para Professional positions. In addition, applications are accepted for special education programs located in the Bowling Green City School District, Perrysburg Exempted Village School District, and Rossford Exempted Village School District.

 

Position:       Speech Therapist (Part Time/2 days per week)

Location:      Elmwood Local Schools

Contact:       Doris Schulte

                   Wood County Educational Service Center

                   1867 N. Research Drive

                    Bowling Green, OH  43402

                    419-354-9010

Description: To help prevent, reduce or eliminate speech and/or language disabilities that interfere with the individual student's ability to derive full benefit from the district's educational program.

Qualifications:

-- BCII/FBI ( less than 365 days old)

-- Speech Therapy Certification with Ohio License


Position:       School Nurse

Location:      Eastwood Local Schools

Contact:       Brent Welker, 419-833-6411

                   Mailing Address: 4800 Sugar Ridge Rd, Pemberville OH 43450

                   Physical Address: 10142 Dowling Rd, Bowling Green OH 43402

Description: As a member of the eduactional team, the school nurse promotes an atmosphere for healthy learning by encouraging a state of physical and emotional wellness for all students. To participate and provide the fullest possible educational opportunity for each district's students by minimizing absence due to illness and creating a climate of health and well-being in the district's schools.

Qualifications:

-- BCII/FBI ( less than 365 days old)

-- Appropriate State of Ohio teaching certification (ODE/Board License)


Position:         Paraprofessional

Contact:           Doris Schulte

                        Wood County Educational Service Center

                        1867 N. Research Drive

                        Bowling Green, OH  43402

                        419-354-9010

Description: To provide educational support including tutoring, classroom management, organization of materials, and computer assistance for students under the direct supervision of the classroom teacher.

Qualifications:

-- Paraprofessional License -- Must have 48 semester hours or 72 quarter hours or can must take parapro test ($60)

-- BCII/FBI ( less than 365 days old)


Position:  Community Learning Centers - Part-time/Seasonal Program Assistants

Be part of a quality out-of-school time enrichment & extended learning program serving elementary children (grades K-6) -- before-school / after-school / summer.
Work directly with children in fun, hands-on activities that support student success and expand their awareness of the world around them.
Centers located in Bowling Green, Eastwood, Elmwood, Genoa, North Baltimore, Northwood, Rossford, and Woodmore School Districts.  Regular and Substitute staff needed for all locations.
 

Contact:  Mike Fallis, Program Supervisor
419-354-9010   or   mfallis@wcesc.org

Learn more about the Community Learning Centers at:  wcesc.org/community-learning-centers-of-wcesc

Please use WCESC sub application for only North Baltimore, Elmwood and Otsego. If interested in subbing for Bowling Green, Eastwood, Lake, Northwood and WCESC special needs programs contact Rachel Wixey at 1-877-977-9499.

 

Electronic License

Application Information

 

Substitute Application

 

Rachel Wixey Information

 

Substitute Teacher Job Description   Beginning & Ending Times for Schools
Substitute Para Job Description Locations of Schools
Substitute Time Slip  

WCESC Support For Substitutes in the Classroom

 

AESOP Quick Sheet for Substitutes

 

 

Fingerprinting for the National FBI and BCII can be processed through the Wood County ESC by appointment only.  Please contact Doris Schulte at 419-354-9010 to set up an appointment.

The BCII  cost is $25.00 for substitute/new hire or area school employees.  All others are $30.00.

The FBI cost is $50.00.

CASH -- correct amount is greatly appreciated -  (no large bills as we cannot make change) or Money Order made out to Wood County Educational Service Center. 

A valid Ohio drivers license or an Ohio ID from the Dept of Motor Vehicles is required for the BCII.

If you do not have an Ohio drivers license and need both background checks, you will need to get the BCII & FBI done by the Wood County Sheriff's Office (419) 354-9006 -Amy Taulker.   Be sure to tell them your results need to be sent to the Ohio Dept of Education electronically and get a copy for yourself.

AESOP Substitute Quick Sheet

AESOP Administrator:  Doris Schulte

8:30 - 4:30 pm - 419-354-9010 ext 226

After Hours Contact Information:   419-308-4147

Email:  dschulte@wcesc.org

 

 

 

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‚Äč21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC)
Grant Implementation Tool Kit
(scroll below for index of resources)

     The purpose of this grant implementation tool-kit is for the benefit of all new 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) sub-recipients as well as continuing sub-recipients who may wish to explore new ideas or enhance their programs.

     The intention of this document is to provide resources to the 21st CCLC community that will address and assist program leaders and administrators with understanding the expectations of the Ohio Department of Education and provide “tools” for successful implementation. The documents and advice contained in the tool-kit are meant to be the team’s very best thoughts at this point in time.  The document can and will be updated periodically and new sections added.  Notifications of changes will be posted in the on-line newsletter.  Sub-recipients are highly encouraged to check back frequently.

     The documents and links provided herein are not mandated for use; however, they have been shared by sub grantee partners to provide examples of documents that are in use across the state and may serve as a basis for individual programs to develop for local implementation. The documents are provided as a resource only.  ODE does not endorse or promote a particular document. Sub grantees should ensure that the documents, when utilized, meet all of the compliance requirements and are unique to their grant/program. ODE is not responsible for the contents of any off-site pages referenced through links. The responsibility for content rests with the organizations providing the information.

     The sections that follow are provided to assist sub-grantees with understanding the expectations, what should be done to MEET the expectations, and how to strive to EXCEED expectations. There are resources and documents to guide the sub-grantees.

Acknowledgements -- Special thanks are given to the following individuals and their organizations for volunteering their time and resources so that we may all better serve the students of Ohio through our 21st CCLC programs:

Katie Chadwell, YMCA of Greater Cincinnati Gene Rupp, Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center
Warren Fauver, Wood County Educational Service Center Kathy McWatters, Independent Consultant
Cathy Heck, Horizon Education Centers Liz Nusken, Ohio Afterschool Network
Bobbi Holcombe, Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center Sarah Wright, Independent Consultant
Annette Rosebrock, Northwest Ohio Educational Service Center  

Index

Part 1:  Fiscal……………………………………………………………………………
            Section 1: 21st CCLC Program Overview and Understanding Your Program……………
            Section 2: Fiscal Monitoring and Budget Revisions…………………………………………..
            Section 3: Fiscal Management and Appropriate Use of Funds……………………………..
            Section 4: Timelines, Project Cash Requests, Final Expenditure Reports………………….
            Section 5: Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan……………………………………
            Section 6: Inventory Control………………………………………………………………………
            Section 7: Grant Closeout…………………………………………………………………………

Part 2:  Program Administration…………………………………………………………
            Section 1: Location and Licensing……………………………………………………………….
            Section 2: Program Handbook and Calendar…………………………………………………….
            Section 3: Student Recruitment and Retention…………………………………………………..
            Section 4: Equitable Services …………………………………………………………………….

Part 3:  Program Planning
            Section 1: Program Performance Objectives (PPOs)……………………………………………
            Section 2: Lesson Planning………………………………………………………………………
             Section 3: Data Collection…………………………………………………………………………..

Part 4:  Program Staff
            Section 1: 21st CCLC Program Staff Considerations……………………………………………

Part 5:  Program Partners……………………………………………………………….
          Section 1:  School District and Community Based Organization Administrators……………
            Section 2: The Building Principal…………………………………………………………………..
            Section 3: The Classroom Teachers………………………………………………………………
            Section 4: Parents and Families……………………………………………………………………
            Section 5: Other Community Partners (Committed Partners and Potential New Partners
                              and Funders……………………………………………………………………………….
            Section 6: ODE/21st CCLC Program and Grant Management Team……………………………

Part 6:  Sustainability       
            Section 1:  Program Sustainability Expectations

Part 7:  Monitoring for Compliance
            Section 1: Compliance and Performance Assessment (CAPA), and Corrective Action Plan (CAP)

Part 8:  Additional Resources