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Welcome to S-RESA!

 

S-RESA recognizes that our ultimate purpose is to improve the educational opportunities of the school children of Mississippi.  We attempt to accomplish this by making connections between and among  educators, school districts, schools, The University of Southern Mississippi, junior and community colleges, the Mississippi Department of Education, professional organizations, and other regional educational service agencies. Through participation in the legislative  activities of the Association of Educational Service Agencies, S-RESA is an advocate for education at the national level.

Need OSLs or SEMIs?

S-RESA will be offering virtual book studies for OSL or SEMI credit.

This module will be an in-depth examination of Todd Whitaker’s book “What Great Principals Do Differently: Eighteen Things that Matter Most.”  The instructor and participants will discuss eighteen things that matter most in the classroom as presented in the text.  There will be six interactive, real-time sessions with weekly assignments chosen to enhance understanding of the concepts outlined in the text and discussed each week. Some of the concepts are focusing on people; becoming self-aware; understanding relationships between students, teachers, and principals; hiring; and how to base decisions.  

When: Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, and Nov 5

Time: 4:00 -5:00 P.M. Zoom meetings will be 1 hour each with some outside readings and assignments.

How to Register: Go to    https://www.s-resa.org/ ; Browse all trainings/sessions; then type the following event number in the search box: Event ID #5871

After registration closes, a Zoom invitation will be sent via email.

Cost: $250.00 (Members); $275.00 (Nonmembers)

Credits: 1 OSL or 10 SEMIs

This module will be an exploration of what research says about the effects of school leadership on student achievement. Additionally, participants will learn what leadership practices make a real difference in the effectiveness of a school or district. Marzano, Waters, and McNulty share specific behaviors associated with these practices. Most importantly, participants will learn how to apply these practices in the day-to-day operation of schools and districts.

When: Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30, Dec. 7, and Dec. 14

Time: 4:00 -5:00 P.M. Zoom meetings will be 1 hour each with some outside readings and assignments.

 

How to Register: Go to    https://www.s-resa.org/ ; Browse all trainings/sessions; then type the following event number in the search box: Event ID #5874

 

After registration closes, a Zoom invitation will be sent via email.

Cost: $250.00 (Members); $275.00 (Nonmembers)

Credits: 1 OSL or 10 SEMIs

S-RESA President Dr. Robert Williams

Monthly Superintendents' Meeting

Executive Board Meeting 9:00 a.m.

Superintendents' Meeting - 10:00 a.m.

October 6,  2020

Magnolia Grill, Columbia MS.

Masks are required.

Outgoing President Warren Woodrow receives his Plaque for service  from
President Dr. Robert Williams.
S-RESA TRAINING CALENDAR
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About Us

Membership in S-RESA provides events at which superintendents and other administrators can collaborate with colleagues, discuss mutual concerns, and devise plans of actions. It is our responsibility as your consortium to assist and support member districts and the students they serve. We offer services through professional learning, collaborative meetings, and technical services.

118 College Dr., Hattiesburg, MS  39401

P. O. Box 18859, Hattiesburg, MS  39404

(601) 266-6777 Office

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