Contact Us
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Address
925 N. Meridian St, Suite 100
Sunman, IN 47041

Phone: (812) 623-2212
Fax: (812) 623-2315
Email: rodse@etczone.com

Hours
Weekdays: 7:15am - 3:30pm

Ripley-Ohio-Dearborn (ROD) Special Education Cooperative welcomes you!

Our cooperative was formed in 1972 to assist the eight school corporations in Ripley, Ohio, and Dearborn Counties with the provision of special education services for students residing in those counties. Ripley-Ohio-Dearborn Special Education Cooperative currently provides services to approximately 2800 students with special needs ranging from ages 3-22.

Vision Statement
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ROD will provide an outstanding school support system for students with special needs, their schools, and their parents so that students are college, career, or job ready upon their exit from school.



Mission Statement
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Our mission at ROD is to provide a full continuum of services for students with special needs. We support inclusive efforts to maximize the success of our students in the areas of academics, socialization, and vocational skills. We encourage the involvement of special needs students as active members in the classroom, school, and community. We recognize that this commitment requires collaboration among educators, parents, students, and the community.



Announcements
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REPEATED TRAINING FOR TEACHERS WHO MISSED THE FALL TRAINING

Enhancing Functional Behavior Assessments and Behavior Intervention Plans

Presented by R.O.D. Special Education Cooperative



Half-Day Session: February 17th, 2015   8:00 to 11:00 at ROD

 In case of a cancelation or delay, the backup date will be February 19th, 8:00-11:00

 Call ROD by Feb. 13th to register:  (812)623-2212

 

Who should attend this training?

  • Special Education Teachers
  • Administrators
  • General Education Teachers
  • Guidance Counselors

 

Learning Objectives for Participants:

  • To ensure all schools in the cooperative know when to conduct Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs)
  • To improve the quality and usefulness of FBAs created by school personnel
  • To present new FBA data collection methods
  • To teach educators how to better link FBAs to Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) and IEPs
  • To provide educators with tools for improving outcomes for student behavior

 

Agenda

  • Foundations of FBA
  • Data collection, forms, & summarizing FBA findings
  • Examples & scenarios for conducting FBAs
  • Linking the FBA to BIP
  • Writing the BIP & linking to IEP
  • Examples and scenarios for writing BIPs

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Position Open:  School Psychologist, Salary dependent on experience and other factors, benefits, 185 days.
Contact Director of Special Education for information or complete the application available at the Employment page.
 
Homeschool students are eligible for some services through the ROD Special Education Cooperative.  Contact the Director of Special Education at 812-623-2212 for additional information.
 
ROD does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or genetic information in its programs, activities, or employment.  ROD provides an equal opportunity for all students, regardless of race, color, creed, disability, religion, gender, ancestry, age, national origin, place of residence, or social or economic background, to learn to learn through the curriculum offered in their school.  ROD is also an equal opportunity employer.
 
Cheryl Corning, Director of Special Education is the Cooperative Section 504 Compliance Officer/ADA Coordinator.