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  1. 2019 DMAC Academy

    DMAC is user-friendly, dynamic and ever-changing based on requests from Texas educators. Each day will highlight new features in the software as well as provide you with tips and tricks for using it efficiently at your school. The DMAC Academy will provide an opportunity for hands-on experience of the different applications within DMAC Solutions and how they can be used to:

    • disaggregate data
    • manage local assessments
    • track student achievement
    • monitor progress, plus much more!
    • With DMAC, Teachers and Administrators can quickly find students, access their state and local assessment history and make adjustments to plans, record notes or attach file and forms. All data seamlessly travels with the student as they advance from grade to grade or change campuses. This training is all about student data. With web-based applications such as Student Portfolio, LPAC, RtI, PGP and SSI, users can easily create digital documentation for individual students. Batch features are also available for certain pieces allowing you to modify more than one plan at one time.

  2. 2019 Title III Symposium

    The 2019 Title III Symposium will be held July 22-23, 2019 at the Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio, TX. All Title III public school district, charter school, and education service center (ESC) education professionals are invited to attend. This year's event will contain informational breakout sessions that will help provide educators and administrators from Texas Title III-funded school districts and charter schools throughout the state with relevant, research-based information to help them better serve our state's English learners (ELs).

    Please visit conference website for agenda documents and presenter proposals. https://title3.esc2.net/

    Make all payments payable to:

    Education Service Center, Region 2
    209 North Water Street
    Corpus Christi, TX 78401


    Registration Fee
    • Early Registration:  $185 (until June 1, 2019)
    • Regular Registration:  $200 (until July 23, 2019)

    Substitutions/Cancellations

    • Substitutions and cancellation requests must be submitted in writing to 'workshop@esc2.net'
    • Substitute registration requests received after 6/1/2019 @ 4:00p will be considered regular registration and will be charged $200.
    • Please review the ESC-2 Cancellation Policy before registering for this event.

    This event is available to Title III-funded local education agencies (LEAs) only. An individual wanting to register for the Title III Symposium must be or still in a contract with a Title III-funded LEA. A “contract” can be defined as contract for employment or contracted services being met by a consultant delivered to a Title III-funded LEA.  TEA cannot allow any outside consultants, promotion of any vendors, products, or instructional strategies that require the purchase of a particular product or service.

  3. 27th Annual Texas Autism Conference
    The goal of the 27th Annual Texas Autism Conference is to provide parents, educators, and campus leadership with strategies, resources, tools, and evidence-based practices in the education and service of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The conference will include a general keynote address, breakout sessions, and a parent panel discussion.  The event also provides networking opportunities for conference participants to exchange successes, challenges and ideas on how to increase student performance and success in life.

    Sponsored by the Texas Education Agency and coordinated by the Education Service Center, Region 2

    The conference will be held August 1-2, 2019 at Hyatt Regency Riverwalk Hotel, San Antonio, Texas.
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    Make checks payable to:

    Education Service Center, Region 2
    Attention: Registrar
    209 North Water Street
    Corpus Christi, TX 78401

    For more information about this event please visit the following website: http://txautism.esc2.net

    The conference is open to educators and other professionals who work with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) as well as parents of students with ASD.

    Cancellation and Payment Policy:

    Please visit the following website: https://txautism.esc2.net/content/cancellation-refund-policy


    Online registration ends Friday, 7/26/2019 @ 4:00p. On-site check-in available as per the schedule below.
    • Wed, 07/31/2019 -- 5:30p to 7:00p
    • Thu, 08/01/2019 -- 7:30a to 5:00p
    Click Here for Livestream registration details.

  4. 4th Annual Life After Graduation: Who's Got Your Back? (Coastal Bend College on 03/07/2019)

    Date:  March 7, 2019

    Training and resources received will assist students as they prepare for the accomplishment of post-secondary goals in the areas of higher education, training and obtaining competitive employment.

    The purpose of this event is to provide students with disabilities and their families with information about supports and services available in their community.  Participants will gain resources that will help students navigate a successful adult life after graduation.

    These are key components that should be addressed in transition planning for ALL of your students!

    • Do your students have a good plan for their life after graduation?
    • Do they know what supports and services they will need to ensure their success?
    • Do they know how and when to access needed support?

    Sessions will help parents and students understand the transition planning process and the importance of their participation.

    Topics include:

    • self-determination/advocacy;
    • transportation options/travel training;
    • accessing support in college, and more

    Exhibitors include:

    • Coastal Bend College;
    • Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend;
    • Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority;
    • Texas Workforce Solutions – Vocational Rehabilitation, and more

    Please note a 1:10 teacher to student ration is required for this event.

    Date Time Location
    Thu, March 7, 2019
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm ## for Parents
    10:00 am – 2:30 pm ## for Students and Education Staff
    Coastal Bend College
    704 Coyote Trail
    Alice, TX, 78332

  5. 4th Annual Life After Graduation: Who's Got Your Back? (Coastal Bend College on 03/08/2019)

    Date:  March 8, 2019

    Training and resources received will assist students as they prepare for the accomplishment of post-secondary goals in the areas of participation in the community and independent living.

    The purpose of this event is to provide students with disabilities and their families with information about supports and services available in their community.  Participants will gain resources that will help students navigate a successful adult life after graduation.

    These are key components that should be addressed in transition planning for ALL of your students!

    • Do your students have a good plan for their life after graduation?
    • Do your students and their parents know what supports and services they will need to ensure their success?
    • Do they know how and when to access needed support?

    Sessions will help parents and students understand the transition planning process and the importance of their participation.

    Topics include:

    • self-determination/advocacy;
    • supported living options;
    • social security benefits planning and more

    Exhibitors include:

    • Coastal Bend College;
    • Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend;
    • Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority;
    • Texas Workforce Solutions – Vocational Rehabilitation, and more

    Please note a 1:10 teacher to student ration is required for this event.

    Date Time Location
    Fri, March 8, 2019
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm ## for Parents
    10:00 am – 2:30 pm ## for Students and Education Staff
    Coastal Bend College
    704 Coyote Trail
    Alice, TX, 78332

  6. 4th Annual Life After Graduation: Who's Got Your Back? (ESC-2 on 04/01/2019)

    Date:  April 1, 2019

    Training and resources received will assist students as they prepare for the accomplishment of post-secondary goals in the areas of higher education, training and obtaining competitive employment.

    The purpose of this event is to provide students with disabilities and their families with information about supports and services available in their community.  Participants will gain resources that will help students navigate a successful adult life after graduation.

    These are key components that should be addressed in transition planning for ALL of your students!

    • Do your students have a good plan for their life after graduation?
    • Do they know what supports and services they will need to ensure their success?
    • Do they know how and when to access needed support?

    Sessions will help parents and students understand the transition planning process and the importance of their participation.

    Topics include:

    • self-determination/advocacy;
    • transportation options/travel training;
    • accessing support in college, and more

    Exhibitors include:

    • Coastal Bend College;
    • Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend;
    • Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority;
    • Texas Workforce Solutions – Vocational Rehabilitation, and more

    Please note a 1:10 teacher to student ration is required for this event.

    Date Time Location
    Thu, April 1, 2019
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm ## for Parents
    10:00 am – 2:30 pm ## for Students and Education Staff
    ESC Region 2
    209 North Water St
    Corpus Christi, TX  78401

  7. 4th Annual Life After Graduation: Who's Got Your Back? (ESC-2 on 04/02/2019)

    Date:  April 2, 2019

    Training and resources received will assist students as they prepare for the accomplishment of post-secondary goals in the areas of participation in the community and independent living.

    The purpose of this event is to provide students with disabilities and their families with information about supports and services available in their community.  Participants will gain resources that will help students navigate a successful adult life after graduation.

    These are key components that should be addressed in transition planning for ALL of your students!

    • Do your students have a good plan for their life after graduation?
    • Do your students and their parents know what supports and services they will need to ensure their success?
    • Do they know how and when to access needed support?

    Sessions will help parents and students understand the transition planning process and the importance of their participation.

    Topics include:

    • self-determination/advocacy;
    • supported living options;
    • social security benefits planning and more

    Exhibitors include:

    • Coastal Bend College;
    • Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend;
    • Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority;
    • Texas Workforce Solutions – Vocational Rehabilitation, and more

    Please note a 1:10 teacher to student ration is required for this event.

    Date Time Location
    Fri, April 2, 2019
    9:00 am – 3:00 pm ## for Parents
    10:00 am – 2:30 pm ## for Students and Education Staff
    ESC Region 2
    209 North Water St
    Corpus Christi, TX  78401

  8. Real Employment and Discovery for Young Adults (READY)

    The purpose of this event is for schools and businesses to come together as a community.

    Students with disabilities need work-based learning opportunities to explore career interests while acquiring and practicing essential skills in preparation for competitive employment.

    Businesses must gain an understanding of the benefits of an inclusive workforce.

    Let's combine our efforts to empower the workforce of the future and advance our integrated community.


  9. School Nutrition Summer Conference 2019

    The Education Service Center, Region 2 is pleased to announce the 2019 Summer Conference for School Nutrition Programs to be held at the ESC-2 on July 31st and August 1st, 2019. This year’s conference will feature robust opportunities for participants to gain experience in a variety of areas that provide professional development credit hours to help school nutrition employees meet the training hours needed as outlined in the Professional Standards for School Nutrition Programs regulations.  

    These sessions can help school nutrition employees meet the training hours needed as outlined in the Professional Standards for School Nutrition Programs regulations.

    Due to varying times required for some classes, it will be important for participants to assure they are registered for the following:

    • The main “2019 School Nutrition Summer Conference”
    • Day One, July 31st:  Please check available courses and course descriptions to determine if course of interest is full day, partial day or a two day course.
    • Day Two, August 1st: Please check available courses and course descriptions to determine if course of interest is full day, partial day or a two day course.
    Important Notices
    • Conference registration will open January 21, 2019
    • Registration closes on July 24, 2019
    • Registration fee: None
    • Each participant is required to register for all sessions necessary before registration is considered complete and successful.
    • The “Boosting Meal Appeal Culinary Lab” breakout sessions are restricted to one representative from each Contracting Entity.
    Conference Planning Staff
    • Kristina Bednorz – Food and Nutrition Program Specialist
    • Valerie Fountain – Food and Nutrition Program Specialist
    • Suzanne Horine – Food and Nutrition Program Specialist
    • Carley Shock – Food and Nutrition Program Specialist

  10. TCMPC - TEKS Resource System 101 (2019-2020)
    This professional development outlines the curriculum and assessment components of the TEKS Resource System. The workshop highlights tools such as the Year at a Glance (YAG), Vertical Alignment Document (VAD), Vertical Viewer, TEKS Clarification Document (TCD), Instructional Focus Document (IFD), TEKS Verification Document (TVD), Performance Assessment (PA) and Assessment Item Bank in all core content areas.

    The Administrator session is a half day training that will provide an overview of the teacher tools and the administrator tools.

    The content sessions are a full day.  Specialists will review the tools available for each area.  Teachers will be shown how to plan from the IFD and use the various tools to support their efforts.  Participants will be given the opportunity to plan for their upcoming school year.

    Training open to participating 2018-2019 Texas Curriculum Management Program Cooperative (TCMPC) districts.

    Agua Dulce ISD
    Alice ISD
    Aransas County ISD
    Aransas Pass ISD
    Banquete ISD
    Beeville ISD
    Ben Bolt-Palito Blanco ISD
    Benavides ISD
    Bishop CISD
    Brooks County ISD
    Calallen ISD
    Dr M L Garza-Gonzalez Charter School
    Driscoll ISD
    Freer ISD
    George West ISD
    Gregory-Portland ISD
    Ingleside ISD
    Kenedy County Wide CSD
    Mathis ISD
    McMullen County ISD
    Odem-Edroy ISD
    Orange Grove ISD
    Pawnee ISD
    Pettus ISD
    Port Aransas ISD
    Premont ISD
    Ramirez CSD
    Ricardo ISD
    Riviera ISD
    Robstown ISD
    San Diego ISD
    Santa Gertrudis ISD
    Sinton ISD
    Skidmore-Tynan ISD
    Taft ISD
    Three Rivers ISD
    Tuloso-Midway ISD
    West Oso ISD


209 North Water St.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401-2528
phone: (361)561-8400 fax:(361)883-3442