October 19, 2018

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Online GED Transcript & Diploma Request Form

Electronic GED Transcript and Diploma Request Form

Use this form only if you are paying online for a GED Transcript or Diploma. Be sure to click the submit button at the bottom of this form when done. Please one day - one week for processing of your request.

GED Score Change FAQs

The passing score for GED test is now 145 instead of 150.  What this means for you:

  • If you’ve started taking the GED test – or are thinking about it this is great news!
    You’re more likely than ever to earn your diploma!  You now have to score 145 (instead of 150) on each test subject to pass.
  • You won’t see your passing status reflected on your score report until March 1.
    While this score change is effective immediately, your score report won’t be updated until March 1.  Just know that if you earn a 145 or higher on any test subject, you passed!
  • If you scored between 145-149 on a GED test subject in the past, your status has changed from fail to pass.
    Check your email (be sure to check your spam folder too) for a message from MyGED.
  • A few states, including Florida, Arkansas, South Carolina and California are still in the process of adopting this change.
    If you are testing in one of these states that hasn’t yet adopted this change, don’t worry.  Simply continue testing as you normally would.  This change has to go through a formal approval process that will take some extra time.

For more information on these scoring changes click here

GED Constitution Testing

The Constitution test is still a requirement of the G.E.D. testing in Illinois and is administered at no cost.  In order to schedule your constitution test please call 309/736-1111, testing is only given on Friday’s at 9AM.  Results are given right away and you may retake the test right then if you failed.  You must have made an appointment to test, no walk-ins.  Please arrive 15 minutes early in order to get through the registration process.

The ROE no longer has study guides so for information and other help please click here

Summary of the Skills and Content Needed to Prepare for the 2014 GED Test

GED Transcript Request

GED request transcript

#11732 Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) Interface

If you work with children, learning about ACEs will change the way you deal with those difficult behaviors some children exhibit. The information in this workshop is a prerequisite to understanding the strategies presented at the February 11th, 2019, “Using Restorative Practices for Positive Classroom Management at the Elementary Level” workshop.

The ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) study confirms with scientific evidence that adversity during development increases the risk of physical, mental and behavioral problems later in life. The ACE Study and other research using the Study’s framework have taught us that ACEs are the leading cause of health and social problems in our nation – the most powerful determinant of the public’s health. Toxic stress during childhood can impact brain development and brain interaction with body systems and can result in negative behaviors. You see these behaviors and maladaptive coping skills every day in classrooms, hallways, and on the sidewalk.  But childhood is a window of opportunity for building resilience – after all, the developing brain is sensitive to all kinds of experience. Learn about these patterns of brain development, the ACE study, our opportunities for ACE prevention, and how protective systems promote resilience in children, families and our community for more productive learning and safe, nurturing environments.

This training will include a viewing and discussion of the documentary “Paper Tigers”. “Paper
Tigers” follows a year in the life of an alternative high school that has radically changed its approach to disciplining its students, becoming a promising model for how to break the cycles of poverty, violence and disease that affect families.Training provided by Anne McNelis, LCSW of Transitions Mental Health Services.
Training supported and endorsed by the Eastern Iowa – Western Illinois Trauma Informed Care Consortium.

This training naturally pairs well with “ACES Comes to School: Strategies to Reduce Challenging Symptoms in the School” as a follow up.

No electronics necessary.

Date:  February 5, 2019
Time:  9:00 AM – 3:30 PM
Cost:  $125
Location:  ROE Moline
PD Hours:  6
Audience:  All School Staff, Teachers, Paras, Disciplinarians, and Administrators
Presenter:  Anne McNelis
Registration Deadline:  1/29/2019

#11721 The “Wild Card” Workshop

Have you ever wished you were more creative, or that your students were more engaged in your lessons?
The Wild Card is your step-by-step guide to experiencing a creative breakthrough in your classroom with your students.  Come join me for a book study work based on Hope and Wade King’s “the Wild Card”.  The authors will show you how to draw on your authentic self; your past experiences; personality quirks, interests, hobbies, and strengths to deliver your content creatively.  The 7 steps in The Wild Card will give you the knowledge and the confidence to bring creative teaching strategies into your classroom.  You’ll learn…Why the deck is not stacked against you, no matter what kind of hand you’ve been dealt, why you should never listen to the JOKER, and use it to create classroom magic, how to apply the “Rules of Rigor” in order to fuse creativity with learning, and how to become the WILD CARD that changes the game for your students. The Wild Card by Hope and Wade King is included in your fee.
Date:  December 10, 2018
Time:  9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Cost:  $150.00
Location: ROE Moline
PD Hours:  5
Audience:  Teachers and Administrators
Presenter:  Deb Taber
Registration Deadline:  12/3/2018

#11699 Building Resiliency in our Students and Staff

Over 200 educators attended our Adverse Childhood Trauma (ACEs) workshops with Jen Best and Anne McNelis last year. Jen and Anne are back.  They will be moving us forward and teaching us how to build resiliency in children AND adults (reducing professional burnout!)

During the morning session, Jen will address building resiliency in our students:
Resilience is defined as the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stress.  When children are resilient, they are better able to make sense of difficult situations, build healthier relationships, regulate emotions more effectively, and experience control over their lives.  Even in the face of adverse childhood experiences, individuals can learn the skills to become more resilient. Adults in a child’s life can develop environments that correlate to resilience, and engage children in experiences and activities that build resilience.  This workshop will focus on what research tells us about how resilience develops, the role of protective factors in resilient individuals, and strategic ways to support children as they learn to become more resilient.

During the afternoon session Anne will concentrate on developing resiliency in adults and their specific needs:
This portion of the workshop will cover the concepts of professional burnout vs. vicarious trauma, recognizing the signs and manifestations, how to prevent it/reduce/address it; and the importance of self-care on an individual level and how to build in self-care and resiliency within the school culture.
Date:  October 29, 2018
Time:  8:45 AM – 3:30 PM
Cost:  $125.00
PD Hours:  6
Location:  ROE Moline
Presenters:  Jen Best & Anne McNelis
Audience:  All School and District Staff, Classroom Teachers, Paras, Disciplinarians, Administrators
Registration Deadline:  10/22/2018

#11702 K-5 Guided Math Follow-Up

Participants for this workshop MUST have attended one of the September 2018 Full-day Guided Math K-2 or 3-5 sessions. It is strongly encouraged that full-day participants attend this follow up session.
Note:  A separate registration will be required to attend this ½ day K-5  Guide Math FOLLOW UP session on Tuesday, December 4th, 2018
This session allows full-day participants to discuss and gain a deeper understanding of implementation and the material presented during the K-2 and Grades 3-5 September 2018 workshops. (See workshop #11701 or #11700)
Date:   December 4, 2018
Time:  1:00 – 3:30 PM
Cost:  $25.00
Location:  ROE Moline
PD Hours:  2.5
Presenter:  Jessie Mason
Audience:  Participants who have attended either of the full-day Guided Math sessions in Sept.
Registration Deadline:  11/27/2018

Transcripts, Diplomas and other related information

If you tested in Rock Island County in Illinois you may request transcript information in one of three ways:

  1.  Come into the Regional Office of Education at 3430 Avenue of the Cities, Moline, IL and request a transcript/diploma.  You must fill out a request form and pay the $10.00 fee for a transcript or a $10.00 fee for a diploma and show an up-to-date license or State ID. In most cases you may be able to receive the documents immediately.

  2. If you can not come into this office and/or do not/can’t do the online pay please fill out this form and mail in with your payment

  3. If you are from out of town/can not come to this office to receive your documents, you may now pay the fee as indicated below and then you must come back to this page and fill out this form here :

Online pay for Transcript is $13.00 (includes $3.00 card fee)
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Online pay for Diploma is $13.00 (includes $3.00 card fee)
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