Role in the District

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On behalf of the LESA Board of Education, thank you for sharing your perspective on several topics critical to the development of the Agency’s next strategic plan. The survey is being administered by the MASB Leadership Development Team on behalf of the Agency and takes about ten minutes to complete.

NOTE: Your response is anonymous and will be combined with all Focus Groups and Survey responses to provide input to the Strategic Planning Team. Only consolidated results from all Focus Groups/Surveys will be reported publicly. Responses that contain the names of individuals will be deleted.

* 1. Please select the role that best defines you, or include your role in "other" if necessary.

* 2. How familiar are you with the services provided by the Livingston ESA?

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Regional Truancy & School Attendance Services
Pupil Membership Accounting & Auditing Services
Technology Staff for Network Engineering, Administration, and Device Support Consortium
Specialized Transportation Services for Students with Disabilities
Regional Transportation Services for students attending local districts
Career & College Readiness Services & Resources
Levies & Collects the Special Education Millage in Livingston County and transfers upwards of $11 million annually to public schools
Early On and Special Education Services for Children from birth to 3 years old
Classroom programs for students with moderate to severe cognitive or physical disabilities from 3 years old to 26 years old
Administrative Services for the Livingston County Technical Education consortium (high school age programs)
General Education Instructional Services through a partnership with Washtenaw ISD
An alternative education cyber school for high school aged students
Adult Education services for GED completion
Federal and State funded early childhood programs for 3, 4 and 5 year old students
Coordinated monthly meetings for local district human resource, finance, and technology leaders
Coordinated monthly meetings for leaders in elementary, middle school, and high school buildings
Ancillary support services (speech therapists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, school social workers, nurses, program consultants) for students with disabilities from birth through the age of 26
Free and low-cost conference room rentals for school and non-profit organizations
Instructional Technology, Online Learning, & Cooperative Device Purchasing
Homebound, homebased, and hospitalized services for students that are not able to attend school
Services for students that are in temporary living or homeless situations
Professional Development Reporting for State Continuing Education Clock Hours
Professional Development Programs for teachers, administrators, and support staff.
Facilitate the annual donation and coordinated distribution of backpacks with school supplies for more than 1,000 students in need