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Mark Your Calendar

Nov. 16, 2018, Assessment and Data Based Decision Making: uPar, 12:00-12:30 p.m.


Wednesday, Nov. 21, 2018

Agency closes at 3 p.m. in observance of Thanksgiving

 

Nov. 27, 2018 - Boast - Holiday Considerations, 4:00 - 4:30 p.m.

 

Agency Holiday Potlucks

Coralville
Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

 

Dec. 12, 2018

First Responder & CPR Training, Sixth St.

 

Dec. 14, 2018

Family Lunch and Learn Series, 11:30 a.m. - Noon

 

Agency Holiday Potlucks

Sixth Street

Wednesday, Dec, 19, 2018
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

 

Monday, Dec. 24, 2018, 3 p.m.
Agency closes for winter break at
3 p.m. and will reopen on Tuesday,
Jan. 2, 2019, at 7:30 a.m.

 

Friday, May 24, 2019
Agency closes at 3 p.m. in observance of Memorial Day


In This issue:

GWAEA PRIDE: Proudly Recognizing Innovation, Dedication & Excellence - Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Training Team
Honoring Veterans Day, Nov. 11
$1,500 Early Notification Incentive Approved by GWAEA Board and Available for All Employee Groups
Grant Wood AEA Board of Director Elections
Celebrate American Education Week: Nov. 12-16
Wireless Maintenance Scheduled for Monday, Nov. 19, 5-9 p.m.
Flexible Spending Account plan information for GWAEA staff:
Nov. 16 Deadline
United Way Campaign
Grant Wood AEA Family AAC-tivity Night
Blood Profile Screening Planned
Project Safe CR Town Hall
GWAEA GROW Quicklinks
Cropping for Kids
GWAEA Professional Learning Opportunities
2018-2019 TQ Dates

 

Agency Advisory Minutes

Grant Wood AEA Staff Openings

The GWAEA Board Book

The GWAEA Board Minutes

GWAEA GROW

 

Past Issues of
The Bulletin Board

 

Articles for The Bulletin Board are due end of the day on Tuesdays.
Submit items to
Valerie Taylor Hill
,
GWAEA Public Information Specialist.

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GWAEA PRIDE: Proudly Recognizing Innovation, Dedication & Excellence -

GWAEA Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Training Team

GWAEA Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Training Team

 

The GWAEA CPI Training Team, front row: Elizabeth Gants, Monica Ryan-Rausch, Amanda Osborn.  Back row: Phil Worden, Kim Phillips, Shana Wagner, Brandee Gehl, Catrina Miiller, Jill Weigel, Terri Knipper, Dianna Zumbach.  

 

Grant Wood Area Education Agency's Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Team offers training to AEA staff and school districts within the GWAEA

Grant Wood AEA PRIDE

service area. This training focuses on the prevention of crisis situations, along with safe processes and procedures to respond to individual student crises and aggressive behavior. The goal of CPI training is to ensure safety, security and welfare for all - including staff as well as students.

 

The primary focus of the training is on prevention, but teams are also provided with evidence-based strategies for responding to anxious, hostile, or aggressive behavior. The CPI training offers didactic training and discussion, along with hands-on practice of safe and appropriate physical holds to be utilized as a last resort. CPI Training is open to any AEA or LEA staff member.


During the 2017-18 school year, GWAEA trainers certified 269 people, and re-certified 351 people (620 total). Some of the districts within the GWAEA service area have their own trainers and therefore do not participate in GWAEA trainings. In order to become certified in CPI practices, staff must attend the certification course which runs a full day. If you wish to remain certified, you need to participate in a half-day recertification course annually (prior to the certification expiring).  


If you would like to attend CPI training, the GWAEA Professional Learning website lists options.
We have several opportunities for certification and recertification yet this school year. If you work in a district that would like to have CPI training offered on-site, have your regional administrator connect with Jill Weigel (jweigel@gwaea.org or 319-399-6464) to discuss this further.  


If you are interested in becoming a CPI trainer in the future, please contact Jill Weigel.


Honoring Veterans Day, Nov. 11

Thank you to the men and women who have served or are currently serving our country and protecting our freedom.

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$1,500 Early Notification Incentive Approved by GWAEA Board and Available for All Employee Groups

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At their meeting on Thursday, November 8, the GWAEA Board of Directors approved the recommendation to continue offering an early notification incentive for all staff (including contracted, management, classified, management support, salaried positions) to help support a timely hiring process for 2019-20.  This approved recommendation will help the agency proactively fill all positions in a timely manner.

 

To participate in this incentive, interested staff members must complete a full work year of agency service for 2018-19, and must commit to resigning or retiring at the end of this current work year, in writing, to Human Resources between November 8, 2018, and January 8, 2019. If the retirement or resignation is accepted by the board no later than its regular meeting on January 9, 2019, the staff member will receive an incentive of $1,500, payable to them on June 28, 2019 (conditional upon the staff member satisfactorily completing his or her employment obligations for the year).


In summary:

  • The GWAEA Board of Directors has approved a $1,500 early notification incentive for eligible staff (those who complete one full work year of agency service) who provide early notification of their retirement or resignation.

  • Eligible staff who intend to resign or retire at the end of the 2018-19 work year must notify HR in writing before 4:30 p.m. on January 8, 2019 (email notice is acceptable).

Staff with questions about the incentive are welcome to contact the HR office at x6703.


Grant Wood AEA Board of Director Elections

Kim Martin, Jim Green and Sue Gates


At last night's regularly scheduled Board of Directors meeting, the board re-elected Jim Green as Board president and elected Sue Gates as vice-president of the Grant Wood AEA Board of Directors. Thank you both for your support of Grant Wood AEA.


Celebrate American Education Week: Nov. 12-16

The National Education Association’s (NEA) 97th annual American Education Week (AEW) presents all of us with an opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring every child receives a quality education.

American Education Week schedule with children in a classroom.

The theme of the 2018 American Education Week is “Reach. Educate. Inspire."
American Education Week was first celebrated in 1921 with NEA and the American Legion as co-sponsors. The original goal of American Education Week—to generate public awareness and support for education—continues today.

 

For more information about American Education Week, visit www.nea.org/aew.


The Bulletin Board will publish on Nov. 15 and resume publication on Thursday, Nov. 29.

Have an enjoyable Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving with a cornucopia filled with pumpkins, squash, carrots.


Wireless Maintenance Scheduled for Monday, Nov. 19, 5:00-9:00 p.m.

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Maintenance will be performed on the GWAEA wireless system on Monday, Nov. 19, between 5:00-9:00 p.m. There will be times throughout this window where wireless will be down for extended periods. All three facilities will be impacted. Hardwired computers plugged into Ethernet will not be impacted by this outage.

 

Any questions, contact Brandon Watson, GWAEA network administrator.


Flexible Spending Account plan information for GWAEA staff:
Nov. 16 Deadline

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Grant Wood AEA Employees:

We will begin our enrollment period for the 2019 Flexible Spending Account (FSA) plan year.  The FSA program allows you to set aside money from your paychecks on a pre-tax basis to pay for qualified health and dependent care expenses.  The following documents are available for further guidance and enrollment.

Employees are encouraged to review these materials immediately upon receipt as there are timelines involved to participate.  Employees must complete the ASI Flex Enrollment Form if electing to participate in a health and/or dependent care account for the 2019 plan year.  Please submit the enrollment form to Cathy Kearns, Grant Wood AEA Business Services, by November 16, 2018.

 

Remember: Our FSA program runs on a calendar year basis, January 1 through December 31.  Participants must re-enroll in the FSA program each year, even if you don't want your election amount to change.

 

Payroll deductions for health, dental and vision insurance premiums are automatically made on a pre-tax basis.  An annual pre-tax election for this is not necessary.  Employees who want to have their insurance premiums deducted post-tax are to contact Cathy Kearns prior to November 16, 2018.
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ASI, our flex benefits administrator, offers many features including:

  • Daily Reimbursements:  Once a flexible spending claim is processed, reimbursement will be made to participants the following day.  Claims are typically processed within two days of receipt.

  • On-Line Access:  Participants have password protected access to account information, including balance available and reimbursements made.  An easy-to-use mobile app is also available.

  • Direct Deposit and Email Notifications:  If you choose, there is an option for direct deposit into your bank account for reimbursements and email notification of your account transactions. 

  • Customer Service Center:  Calls are answered live, and the Customer Service Center has extended hours 7:00 am  to 7:00 pm, Monday through Friday, and 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday.  Phone:  1-800-659-3035  Email:  asi@asiflex.com  Web:  www.asiflex.com 

Questions?  Contact Cathy Kearns, Grant Wood AEA Business Services.


United Way Campaign

United Way

Thank you to staff who supported this year's United Way campaign! Together we raised $13,600!


Grant Wood AEA Family AAC-tivity Night

Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018
6:30-8:00 p.m.

 

Grant Wood AEA
4401 Sixth St. SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

 

Cost: FREE!

Who’s Invited:

Parents/guardians AND children, ages
2-21, who have an identified, individual
Augmentative/Alternative Communication
(AAC) system/device for communication
and language learning.

 

See the flyer for details and registration information.

Grant Wood AEA Family AAC-tivity Night

Blood Profile Screening Planned

Deadline to Register is Monday, Nov. 19

Blood Profile heart and stethascope

The screenings will take place, Tuesday, Nov. 27 in our Sixth Street facility and Wednesday, Nov. 28  in our Coralville facility, both starting at 7:00 a.m. Appointments will run every 12 minutes.

 

Please use this form to sign up for a Fall Blood Profile Screening.  

 

The screening includes: Cholesterol screening includes a lipid profile with glucose (Total Cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Triglycerides, and Glucose). To obtain the most accurate results a 10-12 hour fast (no eating or drinking anything other than water) is recommended. Blood sample will be obtained with finger stick. Results given at appointment. Cost: $20 cash or check. Checks payable to VNA of Johnson County. Receipts will be provided.

 

The deadline to sign up is Monday, Nov. 19.



YMCA November newsletter

Please see the YMCA November newsletter for holiday hours and upcoming events, featuring: 

YMCA

  • Pound workout class demo. Pound is the best NEW workout craze! 

  • Women's self-defense class

  • Family night (this event is free)

  • Parent's night out

  • Personal training and massage therapy deals

  • Other interesting tidbit

Questions? Contact Hope Runge, GWAEA YMCA corporate contact.


GROW Quicklinks

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Contact a member of the GROW Team for information.

Visit the GWAEA Grow website for the following:

- Adult Coloring Books

- Book Club
- Chair Massages

- Community Events

- Financial Fitness

- Gardening

- Healthy Food

- Lunch and Learn

- Mindfulness Class

- Treadmill Desks

- Walking Events

- Wellness Challenge

- Yoga Club

- YMCA - Thrive Gym

Check out the GROW Page 

Link to Lunch and Learn Video Library

Live Healthy Iowa Events


Chair massage schedule

Cedar Rapids: Nov. 28, Dec. 12. Contact Stacy Murphy to schedule.

Coralville: Contact Sue Heath for the registration link.


Eat with us! Embrace Accessible Technologies

EAT with Us! - Embrace Accessible Technologist

The Eat with us! schedule PDF

 

Mark your calendar:

Nov. 16, 2018, Assessment and Data Based Decision Making: uPar, 12:00-12:30 p.m.

 

Join the zoom by going to:
https://tinyurl.com/atlunch-learn
Or in Zoom, Meeting ID = 703 027 4197


Can’t attend live? Recorded webcasts will be posted:
https://tinyurl.com/eatwebcast

 

For more information, contact Julie Freed or
Maggie Pickett.

EAT with Us! SETT Framework, Nov. 2, 2018

EAT with Us! SETT Framework, Nov. 2, 2018


Family Lunch and Learn Series

Supports & Strategies for Children with Autism at Home and in the Community

Webinars will be held from 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Sessions are co-hosted with Sara Kane and/or
Jen Cira-Debban, GWAEA FEP representatives.

https://tinyurl.com/FEPautismLL

 

Here is a list of dates and topics:
Dec. 14, 2018 - Supports to Build Understanding and Success with Family Gatherings and Community Outings with Michelle Sunner, GWAEA Autism Consultant

 

Feb. 26, 2019 - Building Independence & Planning for Success in Adulthood with Michelle Nuehring, GWAEA Autism Consultant


April 22, 2019 - Extending Learning Outside School (summer break, neighborhood, friends, vacation, etc) with Monica Ryan-Rausch, GWAEA Autism Consultant

 

Family Lunch and Learn Series

Family Lunch and Learn schedule


BOAST Autism Seminar Series

 

Visit the Google Doc with session dates, presenters, and links to slide decks/resources and recordings (after the presentation date). For information, contact Kelli Robertson or
Lindsay Swartzendruber.


Get the Benefit of Student Loan Financial Planning with Fiducius

Trying to understand all the possible ways to better manage your student loans is a daunting task. We are pleased to offer a new Loan Relief benefit from Fiducius (formerly ISLoan Solutions).

 

With their financial planning approach, the student loan Advisors at Fiducius help you navigate and determine your best option, including forgiveness, refinancing and consolidation. They may help you lower, or even eliminate, your student loan payment.

 

Your Grant Wood AEA 10 colleagues are already working with Fiducius to reduce their monthly payments by an average of 82% and are projected to receive an average of $73,000 in tax-free loan forgiveness.

 

It’s easy to get started with this new benefit. You can determine your eligibility and potential savings in just a few minutes and then talk with an advisor on the phone at your convenience, by using the following link:

 

Visit Grant Wood AEA 10 + Fiducius to register

Enter code AEA10 to learn more

 

 Fiducius will fully educate you about all available options and provide a personalized Student Loan Financial Wellness Plan at no cost before you decide whether or not to use their services. As with other voluntary benefits, like life insurance, you only pay Fiducius when you choose to use their services.

 

We encourage you to take a step to improve your financial wellness and learn if Fiducius can help you better manage your student loans.

 

Questions, or trouble logging in? Call 1.513.645.5400, email or visit their website for more information and success stories.


6th Annual Cropping 4 Kids

Quota International of Cedar Rapids

Date:

Friday, Jan. 25, 2019, 5:30 - 9:00 pm
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 pm

 

Where:
Grant Wood AEA,
4401 Sixth St. S.W.,
Cedar Rapids

 

See the information and registration flyers for details and costs. For questions, contact Emily Lee, GWAEA Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing.

Cropping 4 Kids

Professional Learning Registration

To search for a workshop or course, we recommend using the search bar with the course or section number. If you want to search for a class, we recommend using the Advanced Search option, limiting to the AEA you want to search, then searching by course title, date, subject, etc. 

 


Please preregister for all professional learning activities. This allows adequate time to prepare for materials and room space so that the professional learning session is comfortable for both presenters and participants. 


You may use professional learning dollars to cover registration fees (following HR policies).  If your participation is being covered by a region or program budget, work with your supervisor and support staff to confirm the budget approval prior to your registration. You will enter payment using directions provided by your support staff. Your support staff will not be registering you unless special arrangements are made. Paper registrations are no longer used by the PL office to preregister.

 

All participants must register including practicum students and student teachers as this allows us to ensure materials and space is adequate for all events.

 

Professional learning surveys are available and we would kindly ask for your timely feedback from any professional learning session that you attend. The planners and presenters both value the session feedback.


Transcripts and certificates of completion are available for download or print from your registration log in.


If you have any questions, please contact Lisa, Sue or Sherry in the Professional Learning office.
Lisa Becker 399-6771   Susan Krob 399-6767   Sherry Sines 399-6517


Grant Wood AEA Seminar Series 2018-2019

GWAEA Seminar Series

 

Planning for Student Achievement at the Intersection of Blended Learning and MTSS

Presenter: Weston Kieschnick

Jan. 9, 2019
1:00–3:00 p.m.


Grant Wood AEA
4401 Sixth St. SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

 

How do multi-tiered systems of support align with our blended learning initiatives? How does the classroom teacher account for research-based best practice, multi-tiered systems of support, and blended learning within the same lesson?

Planning for Student Achievement at the Intersection of Blended Learning and MTSS 

Presenter: Weston Kieschnick

These are complementary initiatives, not separate efforts that compete for valuable class time. Attendees will experience what high quality instruction looks like when MTSS and blended learning work in tandem with one another and deliver greater efficiency and efficacy than ever before.

 

Target Audience: K-12 Administrators, Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Consultant

 

Registration
https://aealearning.truenorthlogic.com
Course Number: 167902
Registration Deadline: Jan. 2, 2018


Teaching Students in Poverty

Presenter: Eric Jensen, Jensen Learning


Nov. 16, 2018

8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.


Grant Wood AEA
4401 Sixth St. SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

 

Just as the phrase middle class tells us little about a person, the word poverty typically tells us little about the students we serve. We know, for example, that the poor and middle classes have many overlapping values, including valuing education and the importance of hard work (Gorski, 2008).

Teaching Students in Poverty

Presenter: Eric Jensen, 
Jensen Learning

But if children in poverty were exactly the same cognitively, socially, emotionally, and behaviorally as those from the middle class, then the exact same teaching provided to both middle-class students and students from poverty would bring the exact same results.

 

This session will help you understand how changes in your teaching and school environment can positively impact students in poverty to make a difference in educational outcomes for low income students.

 

Target Audience: K-12 Administrators, Teachers, Instructional Coaches, Consultants

 

Registration
https://aealearning.truenorthlogic.com
Course Number: 167959
Registration Deadline: Oct. 12, 2018


Jim Knight's Instructional Coaching Workshop
Better Conversations

Presenter: Ann Hoffman

Nov. 26-27, 2018
8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Grant Wood AEA
4401 Sixth St. SW
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

 

Target Audience: Instructional Coaches, Teacher Leaders and Administrators

This workshop is based on Jim Knight’s book "Better Conversations: Coaching Ourselves and Each Other To Be More Credible, Caring, and Connected" (2016).

Jim Knight's Instructional Coaching Workshop
Better Conversations 


Presenter: Ann Hoffman

Participants will engage in an intensive two-day exploration of six Better Conversation Beliefs and 10 Better Conversation Habits that can help anyone communicate more effectively at work and the foundation of the work of teacher leaders.

 

Registration
https://aealearning.truenorthlogic.com
Course Number: 167708, Section Number: 249563
Registration Deadline: Nov. 12, 2018
Credit: None
Fees: $175
• Educators in Grant Wood AEA area, total for non-credit, $
• Outside of Grant Wood AEA, total for non-credit, $
• Registration is not complete until all fees are paid in full.

 

 

GWAEA Professional Learning Workshops

Grant Wood AEA Professional Learning offers a variety of workshops as well as courses for credit throughout the year. Please check the website for a list of courses and workshops. Below is a highlight of PD workshops with national and regional presenters. Please register electronically. Payment is due at the time of registration.

 

November 2018

2018-19 AEA Teacher Leader Support System (TLSS)
in Partnership with New Teacher Center

2018-19 AEA Teacher Leader Support System (TLSS)
in Partnership with New Teacher Center


 

GWAEA Behavior PD Courses

2018-2019 GWAEA Behavior PD Courses

2018-2019 Student-Centered Coaching

2018-2019 Student-Centered Coaching


2018-2019 Jim Knight Instructional Coaching Workshops

2018-2019 Jim Knight Instructional Coaching Workshops

2018-2019 Pete Hall - Building Capacity to Create a Culture of Reflective Practice

2018-2019 Pete Hall - Building Capacity to Create a Culture of Reflective Practice

2018-2019 Student-Centered Coaching

2018-2019 Teaching Transparently


Improving Social Communication
Aug. 13, 2018

2018-2019 Leadership for Continuous Improvement (LCI) Series

2018-2019 Leadership for Continuous Improvement

2018-2019 Leadership for Continuous Improvement

Substitute Authorization Class
2018-2019

Substitute Authorization Class
2018-2019

GWAEA Child Find Courses 2018-2019

GWAEA Child Find Courses 2018-2019

PBIS - Professional Learning & Coaching Opportunities 
2018-2019

PBIS - Professional Learning & Coaching Opportunities
2018-2019

Teaching Students in Poverty
Nov. 16, 2018

Teaching Students in Poverty
Nov. 16, 2018


 

Better ConversationsNov. 26-27, 2018

Better Conversations
Nov. 26-27, 2018


 

January 2019

Mindfulness 101:
Changing Your Relationship with Stress

2019

Mindfulness 101:
Changing Your Relationship with Stress

2019


Planning for Student Achievement at the Intersection of Blended Learning and MTSS

Jan. 9, 2019

Planning for Student Achievement at the Intersection of Blended Learning and MTSS

Jan. 9, 2019

Snorkelers to Scuba DiversJan. 14, 2019, presenter John Almarode

Snorkelers to Scuba Divers
Jan. 14, 2019


MBE Science of Learning
Virtual Training WorkshopSave the Date!
MBE Science of Learning
Virtual Training Workshop



 

February 2019

Youth Mental Health 
First Aid 2019

Feb. 25, May 9, 2019

Youth Mental Health
First Aid 2019

Feb. 25, May 9, 2019


Developing
District/Building
Action Plans
Feb. 13, 2019

Developing
District/Building
Action Plans
Feb. 13, 2019


 

March 2019

Shift Your Paradigm: From School-Centered to Learner-Centered

March 6, 2019

Shift Your Paradigm: From School-Centered to Learner-Centered

March 6, 2019


Providing Effective
Feedback to Students
March 28, 2019

Developing and Assessing Basic Fact Fluency
March 12, 2019

Providing Effective
Feedback to Students
March 28, 2019

Providing Effective
Feedback to Students
March 28, 2019


 

April 2019

Using Data to Strengthen Your School Improvement Efforts
April 4, 2019

Using Data to Strengthen Your School Improvement Efforts
April 4, 2019


 



2018-2019 TQ Dates

Nov 12, 2018, Feb 15 and May 6, 2019

Visit the TQ Google site. The TQ proposal template and directions are available on the GWAEA Staff Portal under the Teacher Quality Committee link.

Teacher Quality Professional Development graphic

Please submit your proposal electronically to Sherry Sines at ssines@gwaea.org by the dates listed above. Proposal reviews are typically completed by the TQ committee within 7 - 10 days after the due date.

 

TQ funds are available to support professional learning. All contracted staff in a position that requires educational licensure are eligible. Funds can be used to support learning time and resources for agency-wide proposals, region/discipline/program proposals and individual proposals. During the 2014-2015 school year, 31 proposals were approved to support professional learning in Literacy, Math, Early Childhood, Autism, Behavior, Science, Coaching, Mentorship, Speech Language, ELL, and Leadership Development. The application documents can be accessed on the Staff Portal. Committee members are happy to answer questions about proposal development. Contact Ambre Chittenden, Janet Greene, Lisa Haverkamp, and Sherry Sines.


Iowa Board of Educational Examiners

BoEE Update

Please take a moment now to visit the BoEE website and update your contact information. Visit www.boee.iowa.gov and click “update my information” in the left column. The “Search for a license” tool is helpful to see your license type and expiration date. The FAQ page replaces the old BoEE handbook and has the most current and relevant information for educators in a user-friendly format. For BoEE updates, please review the August newsletter. 

 

You can subscribe to the BoEE Quarterly Newsletter from the BoEE webpage. 


Evaluator Approval Information

Professional Administrator Licenses require approved Evaluator Approval coursework as a part of the licenses renewal credits. Various course options are available throughout the state. 
A listing of upcoming courses is available on the AEA Course catalog or on the DE website

 

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Grant Wood Area Education Agency extends equal opportunities in its employment practices, educational programs and services, and does not discriminate on the basis of color, gender, race, national origin, religion, creed, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, veteran status or as otherwise prohibited by law. If you believe you or your child has been discriminated against or treated unjustly, please contact the Agency’s Equity Coordinator, Maria Cashman, at 319-399-6847 or 800-332-8488 or TDD 319-399-6766, Grant Wood AEA, 4401 Sixth St SW, Cedar Rapids, IA 52404.

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