April 23, 2018

District Job Openings for 2017-2018 School Year

Job-vacancy-postingThe following is a list of job openings that the Regional Office of Education has been given the information for and agreed to posting for the districts who have submitted them to us. Please note that there is every possibility that there are several more job openings out there that are not posted here.  For district job openings please refer to each district website where they would list their openings either on the home page or sometimes in a link under “human resources”.  All applications/resumes are through the district that has the opening, the ROE does not accept any applications/resumes for these jobs!

 

For openings at RIROE go to:  Early Childhood

 

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Full-Time Temporary:  District Assistance Team Coach

Duties:  Provide direct support to build capacity to improve supports to schools, specifically in persistently low-achieving districts.  Use data analysis and strategic planning to assess district needs and provide technical assistance in implementing initiatives in alignment with the plan.  Provide strategic coaching to build capacity in the use of effective continuous improvement systems of support.

Qualifications:  Master’s degree in education or education related field.  Experience in coaching, system improvement, curriculum and instruction, data analysis, and/or multi-tiered systems of support.

How to Apply:  Submit cover letter, resume, and list of references to :  Dr. Linda Oshita, Boone/Winnebago Regional Office of Education, 300 Heart Blvd., Loves Park, IL 61111

Salary/Benefits:  Based on 220 days (active TRS) $77,044, federal grant funded.

Email:  loshita@kidsroe.org for more information

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BLACK HAWK AREA SPECIAL EDUCATION

 To check for other openings please click here

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EAST MOLINE DIST. #37

Other openings may be available in the East Moline Dist. 37 but these are the ones that we have information on for information on all Dist #37 job openings please click here

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HAMPTON DIST. #29

 

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ROCKRIDGE DIST. #300

Other openings may be available in the Rockridge School Dist., please click here for more information/possibilities.

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SHERRARD DIST. #200

We are looking for a 5th grade special ed teacher. Elementary certificate with special education endorsement. Applicants with middle school endorsements are a plus, but not a requirement. 

 About Sherrard CUSD #200, Matherville Intermediate School

We are a rural fifth and sixth grade building within the Sherrard CUSD#200. Our building currently serves approximately 225 students. Matherville Intermediate School is located about twenty miles south of Moline, IL. Matherville Intermediate has a unique internal setup. The fifth grade functions as an elementary school, where students receive instruction in their core classes from one teacher. The sixth grade however, is based on the middle school concept, where the students will travel to their various classes. Our special education teachers have adjoining rooms and as a result, are able to work closely together. Matherville Intermediate currently has a vacancy for a certified fifth grade special education teacher. The following is the link to click on to apply.  https://www.applitrack.com/sherrard/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Student+Support+Services&AppliTrackJobId=616&AppliTrackLayoutMode=detail&AppliTrackViewPosting=1


Other openings may be available in the Sherrard District, please click here for more information/possibilities

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SILVIS DIST. #34

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OUR LADY OF GRACE CATHOLIC ACADEMY, 603 18th AVENUE, EAST MOLINE, IL
Contact:  Joan Leonard, Principal @ 309/755-9771 

 

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Alleman High School, 1103 40th Street, Rock Island, IL
Contact:  David Hobin, Principal @ 309/786-7793

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CAMELOT OF THE QUAD CITIES, 3601 69th Avenue, Moline, IL 61265
Contact:  Debra Singley, Principal @309/517-6330 X11

 

Camelot offers a complete benefit package including:

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Short Term Disability
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Life Insurance (including a company paid policy)
  • Company paid Long Term Disability
  • Accident and Critical Illness Coverage
  • 401k
  • Vacation Leave & Paid Sick Time
  • Up to 46 days of Paid Holidays

How to Apply:  Please apply online at:  www.cameloteducation.org  or direct link to job at:    http://atsod.com/j/s.cfm/9SF

Contact:  Please email hr@cameloteducation.org if you have any questions.

 

 

Regional Superintendent, Tammy L. Muerhoff, Message

Regional Superintendent’s Message Summer 2018

With daylight savings day officially passed, I am certain others are anticipating the warmer temperatures and Spring weather just as I am. Have a   wonderful remainder of the school year and a fantastic Summer.

Thank you for all you do for the students in your classrooms and in your school buildings!

Please note that there has been a change for the availability of licensure renewal in ELIS due to a significant number of types of licenses that are anticipated to renew at the conclusion of FY18.

Information from the Illinois State Board of Education follows:

Licensure Renewal Staggering:

This year, more than 200,000 educators will have licenses up for renewal. To put this number in perspective, approximately 60,000 educator licenses are normally up for renewal in a given year. The 2018 renewal year is much larger than usual because it is the first year that educators who were issued a substitute teaching license (SUB) or educator license with stipulations endorsed for paraprofessional (ELS-PARA) in the 2013 certificate-to-licensure exchange will be able to renew these licenses.

As this licensure renewal season is upon us, the ISBE is focused on educators having the best experience possible with the Educator Licensure Information System. To prevent the system from overloading due to increased user traffic, ISBE will stagger renewal periods for educators according to license type.

  • Educators who hold a PEL and ELS-CTE license, with an expiration of 6/30/2018, may renew beginning April 1, 2018.
  • Educators who hold an ELS-PARA license, with an expiration of 6/30/2018, may renew beginning April 15, 2018.
  • Educators who hold a SUB license, with an expiration of 6/30/2018, may renew beginning May 1, 2018.

The “renewal” link in educators’ action centers will not be activated until the dates identified above.

Middle Grade Endorsements

Any applications for 5-8 middle grade endorsements submitted on or after February 1, 2018 will be evaluated under the new middle grade requirements. Educators who already hold a middle school or junior high endorsement on their license will need to provide proof of 24 semester hours + applicable tests in order to add a middle grade endorsement. Educators holding a junior high endorsement will NOT have to complete a full or focused program in middle grades.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2018 Quad Cities Regional Disaster Readiness Conference

APRIL 4, 2018 @ WATERFRONT CONVENTION CENTER, 2021 STATE STREET, BETTENDORF, IA 52722

Participants in this full day event, will gain insight from experts in the field as they discuss lessons learned from actual events and response efforts.  Presentations will provide firsthand information to first responders, support agencies, businesses and non-profits, community partners, and elected officials who will be responding, managing and recovering from a large scale disaster.

  • 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM – REGISTRATION
  • 8:15 – 10:15 AM – KEYNOTE: TIM RYAN – FROM DOPE TO HOPE
  • 10:15 – 10:45 AM – NETWORKING AND BREAK W/VENDORS
  • 10:45 – 11:45 AM – PANEL DISCUSSION – OPIOID EPIDEMIC
  • 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM – LUNCH
  • 12:00 PM – 12:30 PM – LUNCH WITH SERVPRO
  • 12:45 PM – 2:15 PM – FRANK DEANGELIS SPONSORED BY GUARD911-ACTIVE SHOOTER:COLUMBINE
  • 2:15 PM – 2:45 PM BREAK W/VENDORS
  • 2:45 PM – 4:15 PM – GREG KLIMETZ – MASS FATALITY INCIDENT MANAGEMENT/LESSONS LEARNED

The fee for this conference is $25 with continuing education through EICC of IA or $10 without education credits.  Illinois teachers pay only the $10 registration fee.  

To register for this Conference please go to www.eicc.edu/continuing-education/register or click here

Click online registration (credit or debit card)

Click submit and complete demographic and payment process.

IL Professional Development Hours will be available for an additional $25 at the convention center the day of the conference.

 

Moline Elementary Schools Art Show October 2017

On October 18th Art Students, Families and Art Teachers Jim Sheese, Tauwon Taylor, Kayla Dixon, Elizabeth Nache, Sarah Dembosky from Moline Elementary Schools came together to honor their students.  For more pictures from the special evening click here

 

Assistant Regional Superintendent Jodie Atteberry

 

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2017-2018 school year. I hope you have enjoyed a wonderful, relaxing summer. Our work together this past year has brought collaboration and unification on many levels. With the start of the 2017-18 school year, I’m excited to continue our work together.

The 31st Annual  “CURRENT EVENTS CONTEST” sponsored by the Rock Island   County Regional Office of Education and Tammy L. Muerhoff, Rock Island County      Regional Superintendent of Schools, was held at Woodrow Wilson Middle School in May.

The 8th grade winners were as follows:

1st Place – Torin Kovach, Woodrow Wilson Middle School

2nd Place – Hailee Wasson, Seton Jr. High

3rd Place – Gage Mowry, Seton Jr. High

The Rock Island County Regional Office of Education and Tammy L. Muerhoff are excited to be hosting this event again in the spring.

ECO CAMP

ECO Camp is taking registrations now, for Friday, September 22, 2017. Also, the spring session has openings for a couple of groups on Thursday, April 26 and a couple on Friday, April 27, 2018.

It’s been a wonderful experience being able to attend such an outstanding event for our local students. Last year during the Fall & Spring sessions we had three schools representing over 195 students.

Some of the unique experiences for students have included: Professional biologists,   forestry experts, soil scientists, and a nature preserve ranger are just some of the  leaders who share their expertise with students who attend ECO-CAMP.  Students and their teachers travel the trails of Loud Thunder Forest Preserve to learn about forestry, soils, prairie, and/or wetlands from the experts.

Also, this field experience has direct application to the Illinois Learning Standards, including Illinois history.

Please contact Julie @ julie.cox@riroe.com or at 309-736-1111 for further information.

I look forward to the opportunity to serve the schools, staff and students of Rock Island County.

 

“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” 

Henry Ford 

 

 

Illinois Heart Rescue High School CPR & AED Kits

Illinois High School students will be able to learn CPR with new equipment thanks to Illinois Heart Rescue and WorldPoint.  As part of their mission to train as many Illinois residents as possible, Illinois Heart Rescue, a nonprofit dedicated to increasing survival for cardiac arrest, has teamed up with WorldPoint, an American Heart Association distributor, to create kits.  Each kit includes 4 durable manikins, an AED trainer and materials for the teacher including pre-post test.  Please fill out the following form and submit to check out a kit from the ROE today to train your students.

2017 Wilson Middle School Art Show

On May 24, 2017 Tiffany Denys, Art Teacher, and 7th & 8th Grade Students from Wilson Middle School were honored for their artwork.  To view pictures from this event click here

CONTIG Results

The 35th annual CONTIG contest, held on February 21, 2017,  was a huge success.  (for more pictures click here)

Congratulations to the overall winners in each grade:

4th Grade

1st place – Ali Ehrhardt – Andalusia, Rockridge School District

2nd place – Hailey Ross – Jordan Catholic

3rd place – Jesus Munoz – Our Lady of Grace

 

5th Grade

1st place –Deepak Badri – Bicentennial, Moline School District

2nd place –Dawson Peterson – Riverdale, Riverdale School District

3rd place – Jackson Bennett – Earl Hanson, Rock Island School District

 

6th Grade

1st place – Macy Walston – Riverdale, Riverdale School District

2nd place – Grant Sibley – John Deere, Moline School District

3rd place – Iris Reynolds – Jordan Catholic

A huge thank you goes out to Woodrow Wilson Jr High for hosting both events and for all the teachers and family members who continue to support and volunteer during these events.

 

Moline Elementary Art Show 2016-2017

img_3913On November 29 & 30 students and Art Teachers from all the Moline Elementary Schools came out for a special art show at the ROE.  Click here for more pictures

2017 Educator License Renewal

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It’s that time of year again; renewal/registration is upon us. For those of you who have a renewal date of 2017 you may do so anytime between April 1 – June 30, 2017. As most of you know ISBE has went paperless so everything is done online through your ELIS account.  We have added some documents to our website to help guide you through getting into your account.  Please go to www.riroe.com click on the “Teacher Resources” tab, then click on “ELIS User Manual”, use this manual as your guide to ELIS.  You will need to enter all of your Professional Development (PD) before you will be able to renew/register.

ISBE has added some “How-to-videos” to help you through the processes of navigating your ELIS account; how to create your account; how to update; how to renew, etc. click here for videos.

*Please remember that if you are up for renewal/registration and do not register/renew your license by June 30th, if it is set for renewal, this will lead to an expired license with all expired licenses lapsing on Sept. 1, 2017. Once a license has lapsed it will cost $500.00 plus your PD hours or 9 semester credit hours to renew. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me at brandi.schwanke@riroe.com or by calling 309/736-1111.

Here are a few links to some documents that may lend you some guidance. (these links will be available when the information is ready)

Renewal 2016-2017   Retired Renewal FY 2017   Entering PD in ELIS April 2017

Updated

 

 

Middle School Endorsements

New rules are coming February 1, 2018 on Middle School Endorsements.  To get the full information on what they are please click here  for those of you hoping to get this endorsement before the new rules.