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FY 18 SIP Coop Members (as of 1-1-18): Amboy, AFC, Dixon, East Coloma-Nelson, Erie, Eswood, Kings, LCSEA, Montmorency, Morrison, Paw Paw, Polo, PLT, River Bend, Rock Falls Elementary, Rock Falls Township High School, Rochelle Elementary, Rochelle Township High School, Sterling (K-5)
Non-Members: Byron, Creston, Forrestville Valley, Meridian, Oregon, Sterling (6-12), Steward, OCEC, Bi-County, WACC
CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS: If you cannot attend, a cancellation notice should be given to the ROE at least three days before the workshop. Refunds will not be given without a cancellation notice. All workshop monies (if required), including Graduate Credit fees, are due on or before the workshop session. Unless cancellation is received three (3) working days prior to the workshop session, participants are obligated to pay the workshop fee. Workshops are generally contingent on minimum enrollments. All fees will be refunded if a workshop is cancelled. Early registration is encouraged!
Bus Driver Trainings
Initial and refresher courses are offered at a number of locations throughout the calendar year.
To register for a bus driver training, call Jayme Hale at 815-625-1495 or email email@example.com with the following:
- Class Date
- Name of Driver
- Driver's License #
- Billing name/address (district/bus company)
Other Professional Development Resources
Illinois Reading First
The goal of Illinois Reading First is to enhance knowledge of effective instructional practices that promote early reading success. Some researchers have proposed that there is a 90% chance that a child who has reading problems at the end of first grade will continue to struggle with reading at the end of fourth grade. Research indicates that early intervention is the key to preventing later reading difficulties.
In this online, self-paced course, you will have four month’s access to examine ways to help children in grades K-3 acquire the knowledge, skills, and experiences they must have to achieve levels of literacy that will enable them to be successful through their school careers and beyond. The K-1st Grade course is worth 30 CPDUs and the 2nd-3rd Grade course is worth 24 CPDU’s and are FREE of charge (until allotted subscriptions are used). For more information on the Illinois Reading First online course and Illinois Virtual School, visit the IVS website, and click Educators under Professional Development in the green banner.
To receive an authorization code and directions for enrolling in this updated, self-paced course, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 815.625.1495.
CE Credits Online
Regional Office of Education #47 has teamed up with CE Credits Online to provide accredited online classes. The Regional Office of Education and CE Credits Online courses have agreed to have open-ended registration. That means the classes can start and finish at any time. Online courses allow participants to complete assignments anytime, day or night, weekday or weekend, at the convenience of the registrant. All courses are 15 weeks in length from date of registration. Upon successful completion, continuing Professional Development Hours will be awarded, unless graduate credit is applied for from either Humboldt University or Aurora University for an additional fee. (Please be advised to clarify with employing district prior to enrollment regarding acceptance of out-of-state university graduate credit.)
For information, contact CE Credits Online at 888.263.9980. Visit CE Credits Online for registration, course numbers, descriptions, costs and number of Professional Development Hours for completion of each.
For questions, contact email@example.com