Starting Monday, March 23, 2020, our office will be closed to the public. ROE #9 staff will be working remotely. Please contact our departments by email. Thank you for your understanding. https://www.roe9.org/contact-departments-by-email
April 6, 2020--Regional Board of School Trustee Meeting--CANCELLED
April 4, 2020--Initial Class for Bus Drivers--CANCELLED
The Illinois Reading Council is hosting the 2020 Illinois Reads Book Selection Festival on March 14. Refer to the website for information regarding this event and to see the 2020 selected books. http://www.illinoisreads.org/
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is now accepting Youth Preparedness Council applications. The deadline to apply is March 8. Students in 8th - 11th grade are eligible to apply. https://www.ready.gov/kids/youth-preparedness-council
The Regional Office of Education will be closed today, February 14th, 2020.
National School Breakfast Week is March 2 - 6, 2020. This year's theme is "School Breakfast: Out of This World." The USDA has free resources available here: https://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/sbp-materials
The Career Connections Conference is for ANY/ALL educators. There will be sessions for guidance, administration, elementary and middle school. The focus is on Equity, Integration of Core Academics and CTE, Outreach, and Generation Z. Please join us! www.ilcareerconnections.org
We have received a few phone calls from educators who are looking forward graduating in December. The following document will help you to Apply for and Register your PEL once it is in the Completed Program status. https://www.isbe.net/Documents/How-apply-for-Ent-Register.pdf
Thank you to Rep. Ammons, Sen. Bennett and Sen. Barickman for visiting READY today and taking the time to meet with our students about topics important to the kids.
Do you hold a Short Term Substitute License? Learn how you can expand your employment options. Please refer to the PDF on the ISBE website - https://www.isbe.net/Documents/hold-Short-Term-Sub-Lic.pdf
Today, American Education Week celebrates the role of parents in education. http://www.nea.org/grants/19823.htm
The Illinois State Historical Society was founded in 1899 to foster awareness, understanding, research, preservation, and recognition of history in Illinois. Visit their website for information on the Verna Ross Orndorff Scholarship - https://bit.ly/2NI1opN.
Applications are open for Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois. Golden Apple is an Illinois nonprofit that is committed to preparing, supporting and mentoring aspiring teachers. For more information visit - https://www.goldenapple.org/scholars
The Great Water Design Challenge will be held at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy on Wednesday, Nov. 20th. The registration deadline is Oct. 28th. Visit the website for registration and info on teams. https://www.imsa.edu/site_section/problem-based-learning/
The University of Illinois Lab School is looking for a School Counselor. Apply using this link: http://www.illinoiseducationjobbank.org/Job-Posting/120279/School-Counselor/job-details
Red Ribbon Week is October 23 - 31. Visit http://redribbon.org/ to get your theme and planning guide, find curriculum ideas, and look for Red Ribbon activities.
In ISBE's Weekly Message on October 1, 2019, Early Childhood educators can find 3 Professional Development Opportunities. https://bit.ly/2n0LcH6 3rd Annual Mastering KIDS Summit Dec 12 - 13 Embedding Structured Teaching Oct 18 Preschool Inclusion Roundtables - Check for dates
Giddy up to your library this September and get a library card! http://bit.ly/LibraryCardSignUp #LibraryCardSignup #LibrariesTransform
To schedule your fingerprinting appointment please contact Bushue Background Screening at 217-342-3042. You can also schedule your appointment online by visiting their website - https://www.bushuebackgroundscreening.com/
Have a great Friday!!!
Rantoul City Schools is looking for a JH Language Arts and Social Studies Teacher. Apply using this link: https://www.illinoiseducationjobbank.org/Job-Posting/119749/Language-Arts-and-Social-Studies-Jr-HIgh/job-details
Welcome back to the second wave of students starting today. Have a great year. #don’tblinkitgoesfast
Here is the direct link to the job opening at Ludlow. http://www.illinoiseducationjobbank.org/Job-Posting/119611/56-grade-teacher/job-details
Ludlow Grade School is looking for a 5/6 Grade Teacher for the upcoming school year. You can apply by going to the Illinois Job Bank https://www.illinoiseducationjobbank.org.
For technical assistance with the online Employment Application from Frontline Education, please visit their website (https://talent-help.frontlineeducation.com/hc/en-us) or contact the Support Team at 847-475-2283 ext. 1.
Information on the Our First Amendment Freedoms Art & Essay Contest for Grades 6 – 12 is available on the ISBE website under Student Opportunities. All entries must be submitted by May 30,2019. https://www.isbe.net/Pages/Weekly-Message-Display-Form.aspx?ItemId=145
Congratulations to the READY students and staff who are featured in Superintendents’ Weekly Message! https://www.isbe.net/Pages/Weekly-Message-Display-Form.aspx?ItemId=142
Today is Earth Day. The theme for this year is Protect Our Species. For more information visit - https://www.earthday.org/campaigns/endangered-species/earthday2019/
Teen Health Week is April 1 - 7, 2019. For information on how to host a Teen Health Week Event, visit the College of Physicians website. https://collegeofphysicians.org/thw
School Lunch Hero Day will be celebrated Friday, May 3, 2019. For information on how your school can celebrate visit the School Nutrition Association website. http://schoolnutrition.org/Meetings/Events/SLHD/
The 2019 - 2020 Bus Driver Training Dates have been posted to our website. You can find them here - https://www.roe9.k12.il.us/bus-driver-training
ROE 9 office will open at 9:30 on Thursday morning. Stay warm and see everyone tomorrow.
Congratulations to Kim Nix on completing her National Dropout Prevention Specialist Certification! http://dropoutprevention.org/people/certification-specialist/
The phone lines are once again working. Thank you for your patience while the problem was being resolved yesterday afternoon.
Currently the phone lines are down. They are being worked on and will hopefully be up soon. You can reach us through e-mail or find the information you are looking for on our website.
Welcome to ROE 9!