All in-person ESC meetings, events, and background check services are postponed or suspended through at least July 5th. Access to ESC offices is limited to essential personnel. Our staff are working remotely and are prepared to assist. Please contact us via email or phone as you normally would and we will respond as soon as possible to provide assistance. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Success Network

Success Network

Linking schools, partners and communities with resources that empower students to excel beyond graduation.

It’s our mission to serve as the link between schools and leaders, providing resources to advance and accelerate students beyond high school. We are more than a conduit for change–we’re a conduit for success.
 
Supporting Seniors During School Closure Session Summaries (March 2020)

AP Virtual Support Webinar | The College Board (4/7/2020)

Graduation Q&A with the Ohio Department of Education

 
Pathway Development

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Project Zero

Project Zero offers educators research-based solutions for creating cultures of thinking by utilizing the eight cultural forces of opportunities, time, modeling, language, environment, interactions, routines, and expectations. Through the use of effective questioning, listening, documentation, and facilitative structures called thinking routines, thinking can be made visible across all subject areas and grade levels. These routines, designed by researchers at Harvard’s Project Zero, scaffold and support one’s thinking. By applying these processes, thinking becomes visible as learners’ ideas are expressed, discussed, and reflected upon.

Learn more about Project Zero here.

Meeting Presentations

 

Ohio’s Graduation Requirements
The Ohio Department of Education provides an overview of the Class of 2020 graduation options, changes made to graduation requirements in HB166 and the new high school graduation requirements.

Advancing Student Lives. Powering the Nation. 
Graduation Alliance provides an overview of their current work in Ohio as well as services offered.

Employing Technology and Digital Learning to Enhance College/Career Readiness
The Ohio State University reports on the importance of IT in classrooms and the outlines the offering of a technology-focused pathway called EnvisionIT. Complete with an evidence-based curriculum and ESSA alignment, the program is a good example of helping students realize their potential.

Senior Credential Programs
Pickaway-Ross Career & Technology Center advocates for career training for seniors to obtain necessary credentials and become valuable employees after graduation. PRCTC shares how they implemented a pilot program and where they’re headed next.

How Can HS Counseling Shape Postsecondary Attendance?
The National Association for College Admission Counseling explores the relationship between HS counseling context and students’ subsequent postsecondary enrollment.

Reynoldsburg HS Career and Postsecondary Pathways
At Reynoldsburg HS, students have access to four different academies, all of which are part of one high school spread across two campuses. Learn more about Reynoldsburg’s initiative and how they are working toward not only a diploma, but real-life experience for their students.

I Know I Can: Naviance
I Know I Can explains the Naviance program, its positive impact and the challenges to implementing.