The St. Clair County Regional Educational Service Agency offers the county's public schools a variety of programs and services designed to enrich the total educational process. Programs and activities offered are designed, implemented and integrated to meet the needs of our local school districts and improve student achievement.
St. Clair County RESA employs content area consultants who are experts in their field. Consultants deliver programs and services in a variety of professional learning formats at the county, district, building and classroom levels. On any given day you may find them working with individual teachers or small groups to model instructional techniques; assisting a building or district team with alignment of curriculum, instruction and assessment; or facilitating a county-level group of teachers.
At the local and county level, the consultants respond to needs identified by data, and to requests for assistance from local educators. Over 100 days each year, every consultant is working in local districts supporting efforts to raise student achievement.
RESA consultants are active in state-level leadership roles. They contribute to such organizations as Blue Meets Green of St. Clair County, Blue Water Reading Council, Michigan ASCD Board of Directors, Michigan Science Education Professional Learning Network, Moodle Moot Conference Planning Team, Michigan STEM Partnership: St. Clair Hub, Smarter Balanced Digital Library Reviewers, 21 Things for iPads Content Developer, Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning, Michigan Mathematics Curriculum Coordinators, REMC Regional Instructional Technology Group, Michigan STEM Partnership, National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, National Science Teachers Association, Michigan Science Teachers Association, State NGSS Rollout Planning Committee, Michigan Council of Teachers of Math, Michigan Mathematics and Science Center Network, Michigan Reading Association, and Michigan Science Teachers Association, Bilingual Contact Group, Early Childhood Administrators Network, International Reading Association, MAISA Early Childhood Committee, Michigan College Access Network, Michigan General Education Leaders Network, Michigan School Improvement Facilitiators Network, Regional Literacy Collaborative, St. Clair County Great Start Collaborative, REMC Association of Michigan's Blended Learning int he Classroom Advisory, 21 Things for Teachers and 21 Things for Students Advisory and Content Development Workgroup, TRIG-MTRAx Instructional Technology Workgroup, MiSchool Data Statewide Training.
- English language arts
- World languages