NDE/ESUCC Structure of Support (Fall 2017)
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Agency/Affiliate/CommitteeGovernanceVision/Mission/Beliefs/PurposeDirector/Administrator/Chair
Agency Personnel/Membership
NDE Representative
Statewide Alignment with Priority Work/Work Groups
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Nebraska Department of Education (NDE)
NDE Organizational Structure
Leading and supporting the preparation of all Nebraskans for learning, earning, and living.Commissioner of Education
(Matthew Blomstedt)
NDE Organizational StructureNA
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Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council (ESUCC)79-1246The Educational Service Unit Coordinating Council shall work toward
statewide coordination to provide the most cost-effective services for the
students, teachers, and school districts in each educational service unit. The
council’s duties include, but are not limited to:
• Preparation of strategic plans to assure the cost-efficient and equitable delivery of
services across the state;
• Administration of statewide initiatives and provision of statewide services; and
• Coordination of distance education.
ESUCC Executive Director
David M. Ludwig
Russ Masco/Janine Theiler
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ESU’s 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19ESU 1 BoardOur mission: Providing innovation, leadership and serviceESU 1: Bill HeimannESU 1NA
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ESU 2 BoardMission: Commitment to Quality Service
Vision: Developing effective partnerships while providing leadership and learning for all.
Beliefs: Collaboration; Education; Leadership; Communication
ESU 2: Ted DeTurkESU 2NA
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ESU 3 BoardMission: Educational Service Unit #3 will ensure a continuum of innovative, collaborative, and cooperative services that advance the efficiency, effectiveness, and excellence of its member school districts.
ESU 3: Dan SchnoesESU 3 Org ChartNA
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ESU 4 BoardVision: "Courageously leading a dynamic revolution in education." Mission: "Impacting student learning through communication, accountability, and leadership."ESU 4: Gregg RobkeESU 4NA
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ESU 5 BoardThe Mission of Educational Service Unit 5, as a cooperative educational agency, is to enhance opportunities for all learners by providing innovative and response leadership and support services to empower schools in achieving their individual missions. Educational Service Unit No 5 will provide services, products and funding, that support teaching and learning activities of the school districts' students, teachers and administrators.ESU 5: Brenda McNiffESU 5NA
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ESU 6 BoardEducational Service Unit 6's vision and mission is to be the provider of innovative products and services that are critical and relevant to the organization and its stakeholders. ESU 6 will provide exemplary leadership, services and products that promote improved adult and student learning. ESU 6 serves the educational needs of students, teachers, parents, administrators, and all learners regardless of age, ability, or location. With a comprehensive program of services, we can provide solutions for any problems you have. We offer services in . . .
*Administration
*Instructional Materials/Printing and Production
*Professional Development
*Special Education
*Technology
Our highly qualified staff will work directly with you and your staff to determine which services best meet your needs. Let us help today!
ESU 6: Dan ShoemakeESU 6NA
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ESU 7 BoardThe mission of ESU 7 is to provide leadership and services supporting the
improvement of learning and teaching.
ESU 7: Larianne PolkESU 7NA
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ESU 8 BoardMission Statement: The mission of Educational Service Unit 8 is to promote excellence in education through leadership, service, and support.ESU 8: Bill MowinkelESU 8NA
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ESU 9 BoardThe mission of Educational Service Unit 9 is to Educate, Empower, and Inspire Lifelong Learners.ESU 9: Kraig LofquistESU 9NA
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ESU 10 Board To partner with stakeholders to meet changing needs through professional expertise in providing services, learning opportunities and support.ESU 10: Melissa WheelockESU 10NA
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ESU 11 BoardOur mission is to provide visionary leadership and quality services that support excellence in education.ESU 11: Greg BarnesESU 11NA
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ESU 13 Board"Striving to achieve educational excellence for all learners through strong partnerships, service, and leadership." ESU 13: Jeff WestESU 13NA
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ESU 15 BoardMission Statement
ESU 15, as a partner with our area schools and communities, will provide leadership and services to support the improvement of teaching and learning.

We believe…
1. People are our most valued resource.
2. Students are the ultimate beneficiaries of our services.
3. Effective communication is key to the success of our organization.
4. In information driven decision-making.
5. We need to collaborate and cooperate with our schools to help them determine their needs, and then to be responsive and accountable.
6. Professional growth for ESU 15 staff members is important in order to effectively lead and support our schools.
7. Our school districts’ students, staff, parents, and communities shall have equitable access to services based on their needs.
8. Quality education is critical to the advancement of an ever-changing democratic society.
9. Quality education requires support, including personal dedication and the commitment of financial resources.
ESU 15: Paul CalvertESU 15NA
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ESU 16 BoardPurpose Statement: ESU 16 provides visionary leadership and equitable access to services for all learners.
Direction/Vision: Leading and facilitating the coordination of shared resources and services for all learners.
Belief and Value Statements:
ESU 16 commits to:
*All Learners & Positive Learning Environments
*Partnerships & Relationships
*Collaboration & Communication
*Responsiveness & Responsibility
*Leadership & Accountability.
ESU 16: Deb PaulmanESU 16NA
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ESU 17 BoardPurpose Statement: Why we exist: ESU #17 is committed to partnering with its schools by providing support and resources to enhance teaching and learning. (May 1 2007, affirmed May 18 2012)
Mission Statement: How we will accomplish our Purpose: The mission of ESU #17 is to provide innovation, leadership and services for each member school district so they are successful in reaching their targeted educational goals. (Board Policy Article 1, Section 1B, August 11 2009)
Vision Statement: What we are aspiring to become: ESU #17 will transform current educational practices to revive a passion for learning by empowering students through innovative, individualized and inquiry-based learning. (August 8 2014)
ESU 17: Geraldine EricksonESU 17NA
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ESU 18 BoardEducational Service Unit 18 provides support services to the students of Lincoln Public Schools, a school district that serves 39,948 students at 38 elementary schools, 11 middle schools, and six high schools in Lincoln, Nebraska.
ESU 18 is committed to partnering with Lincoln Public Schools, and ESUs and school districts across the state, to provide support and resources in a variety of areas centered on staff development, technology, and evaluation services. This Annual Report, required by the Nebraska Department of Education, offers a brief summary and description of the major contributions from ESU 18 for the 2015-16 school year.
ESU 18: Elizabeth StandishESU 18NA
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ESU 19 Board The mission of ESU No. 19 is to partner with Omaha Public Schools to provide innovative and quality educational services to enhance the educational opportunities which enable all students to achieve their highest potential. Contracted and core services in the area of professional development, media technology, special education and information technology, support the diverse needs of Omaha Public Schools. Guiding Principles
· Safe, Healthy, and Engaged Students
· High Expectations, Rigorous Curriculum, and Effective Instruction
· Committed, Diverse, and Effective Teachers, Administrators, and Staff
· Equitable and Efficient Systems and Resources
· Engaged and Empowered Parents and Families
· Involved and Supportive Community Partners
· Accessible, Transparent, and Two-Way Communication
ESU 19: Constance WickhamESU 19NA
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Educational Service Unit Professional Development Organization (ESUPDO)PDO Planning CommitteeProvide visionary leadership for a statewide educational support system of professional learning and service delivery.
Chair: Stokebrand (4)/Jasnoch (3)
Co-Chair: Engel (16)
PDO MembersFreida Lang/Russ Masco/Janine Theiler
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Educational Service Unit Special Populations Directors (ESPD)GovernanceMISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Educational Service Unit Special Education Directors Organization is to assist ESUs in providing leadership and support for schools to improve teaching and learning for all students.
Chair: Laura Barrett (16)
Co-Chair: Jean Anderson (10)
Steve Milliken
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Network Operations Committee (NOC)GovernanceVision
Empowering educators. Enhancing learning. Enriching the future.

Mission
The mission of the Staff Development Affiliate (SDA) is to impact learning through collaboration, leadership, and professionalism.

Beliefs
Leadership - Leadership opportunities within the affiliate empower and inspire members to build confidence and capacity.
Professionalism - Professionalism, reflected in affiliate words and actions, strengthens integrity and trust.
Collaboration - Collaboration leads to purposeful dialogue and action within the affiliate, instilling unity and a sense of belonging.
Chair: Jordan Clark (10)
Co-Chair: Gary Needham (9)
NOC Google SiteSuAnn Witt/Tom Rolfes
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Staff Development Affiliate (SDA)GovernanceVision
Empowering educators. Enhancing learning. Enriching the future.

Mission
The mission of the Staff Development Affiliate (SDA) is to impact learning through collaboration, leadership, and professionalism.

Beliefs
Leadership - Leadership opportunities within the affiliate empower and inspire members to build confidence and capacity.
Professionalism - Professionalism, reflected in affiliate words and actions, strengthens integrity and trust.
Collaboration - Collaboration leads to purposeful dialogue and action within the affiliate, instilling unity and a sense of belonging.
Chair: Suazanne Whisler (4)
Co-Chair: Julie Downing (16)
SDA Google SiteFreida Lang/Russ Masco/Janine Theiler
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Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT)GovernanceTo connect educators with resources, best practices, and emerging technologies to transform teaching and learning.
Chair: Good (1)/Finney (17)
Co-Chair: Barks (2)/Peters (13)
TLT Google SiteDorann Avey
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Committee for Continuous Systemic Improvement (CCSI)GovernanceCCSI Group
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Virtual Support Team (VST)Russ Masco
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BlendED Advisory
Co-Leads: Dickeson (18)/Hicks (13)/Kabes (ESUCC)
BlendEd Google SiteDorann Avey
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Data CadreData CadreVision Statement:
The vision of the data cadre is for all stakeholders, including students, educators, administrators, and parents, to be actively engaged in the analysis of data, and the development and implementation of action plans and goals. Data tools are user-friendly and easily accessible to all stakeholders. Evidence exists, informed by data, of increased learning for all students and continuous improvement for all schools.
Co-Lead: McQuistan (17)/Graham (NDE)Data Cadre Google Site
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Literacy CadreLiteracy CadreCo-Chairs: Evans/Lewandowski (10)/ Whisler (4)
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Math CadreMath CadreCo-Lead: Ostmeyer (7)/Romanek (NDE)Deb Romanek
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Science CadreScience CadreSara Cooper
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Social Studies Cadre
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NWEA Certified Facilitator Program (CFP)NWEA CFPKelly Clapp (10)
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Perkins CoodinatorsPerkins Coordinators
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Future Ready/GearsDean Folkers Dorann Avey Future ReadyDean Folkers/SuAnn Witt
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AESA/Affinity GroupsDescriptionsAESA Affinity Groups
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SRS AdvisorySteve Milliken
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Coop AdvisoryCoop Advisory
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