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1 Transitioning Students Into Public Schools and Communities Office of Institutional Educational Programs

2 VISION Through learner-focused education, transform the lives of students in institutions to foster responsible, productive citizens, thus creating safer communities. MISSION Prepare juveniles and adults for successful transition to school, employment, and to life in their communities as responsible, productive citizens.

3 Juvenile Centers Kenneth "Honey" Rubenstein Correctional Center (Minimum Security) Ronald C. Mulholland Juvenile Center (Formerly Northern Regional, Females) Sam Perdue Juvenile Center (Sex Offenders) Tiger Morton Juvenile Center (Wellness, Intake, Detention - Male/Female) Donald R. Kuhn Juvenile Center (Maximum Security, Commitment Males, Detention and Diagnostic - Male/Female) Correctional

4 Juvenile Centers Donald R. Kuhn Gene Spadaro James H. Tiger Morton J.M. "Chick" Buckbee Lorrie Yeager Ronald C. Mulholland Robert L. Shell Sam Perdue Vicki Douglas Juvenile and Diagnostic

5 Juvenile Centers Barboursville School Board of Child Care (Title 1) Beckley Center (Title 1) Burlington Center Davis-Stuart School (Title 1) Elkins Mountain School (Title 1) Fairmont Youth Academy (Title 1) Pressley Ridge at Grant Gardens (Title 1) Pressley Ridge at White Oak Village (Title 1) West Virginia Children's Home Human Service Institutions

6 Office of Institutional Education Programs Demographics  Personnel o 265 Full-time employees o 110 Part-time employees  41 schools statewide (21 juvenile, 20 adult)  Approximately 9,500 students served per year (adult and juvenile)  10th largest district in state

7 Ohio Upshur Randolph Eric Sandstrom Wendy Wolford Penny Strother Brenda Elmore Melanie Hummel - PT Tonya Johnson Rachel Stewart Michele Perozich WVDE: OIEP Transition Specialist Coverage Cynthia Hartwiger-PT Shelia Elliott- PT Cindy Thompson Jessica Griffin – Out of State Transitions

8 OIEP Transition Specialists NAME LOCATION ADDRESS PHONE COUNTIES Jessica Griffin Office of Institutional Ed Building 6, Room Kanawha Blvd. East Charleston, WV Out of State Transition for all 55 counties Shelia Elliott Pressley White Oak 2172 Volcano Road Walker, WV Wood, Wirt, Pleasants, Ritchie Brenda Elmore Davis-Stuart RR 02 – Box 188A Lewisburg, WV Greenbrier, Monroe, Pocahontas, Summers Melanie Hummel Northern Regional 1000 Chapline Street Wheeling, WV Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, Tyler Tonya Johnson Tiger Morton AND 60 Manfred Holland Way Dunbar, WV Kanawha, Boone, Logan, Mingo Tonya Johnson Donald R. Kuhn 1 Lory Place – Julian, WV Kanawha, Boone, Logan, Mingo Eric Sandstrom Board of Child Care 715 Brown Road Martinsburg, WV Berkeley, Jefferson, Morgan, Hardy, Hampshire Rachel Stewart Beckley Center 4712 Robert C Byrd Drive Beckley, WV Raleigh, Fayette, Nicholas, Braxton, Clay, Gilmer, Calhoun Penny Strother Elkins Mountain School 100 Bell Street Elkins, WV Randolph, Webster, Upshur, Barbour, Taylor Cindy Thompson Pressley Grant Gardens 2580 Grant Gardens Road Ona, WV Cabell, Putnam, Wayne, Mason, Jackson, Roane, Lincoln Michele Perozich Academy Programs 5 Crosswind Drive Fairmont, WV Monongalia, Preston, Harrison, Marion, Doddridge, Lewis Wendy Wolford Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein 141 Forestry Camp Drive Davis, WV Tucker, Grant, Pendleton, Mineral Cynthia Hartwiger Davis-Stuart RR 02 – Box 188A Lewisburg, WV Wyoming, McDowell, Mercer

9 Assessments Accountability Standard End of Year Assessment TABE ACT Explore/Plan Career Interest Inventory (CFWV) Learning Styles Inventory (LSI) End of course career and technical exams Student progress monitoring

10 Transitioning Students Back to School of Origin Key Functions of Institutional Programs Staff During Transition Provide the receiving school counselor comprehensive academic and behavioral records. Participate in host agency treatment team meetings for our students' continuity of care. Participate in Multi-Disciplinary Treatment team meetings. Work with host agencies and other parties to access necessary aftercare and supportive mentoring for the transitioning students. LINK, REFER, and ADVOCATE for all OIEP students.

11 Out-of-State Transition Current data for Out-of-State displacements Transition process for Out-of-State students, collaboration with Regional OIEP Transition Specialists, LEAs, Counselors, and DHHR staff Referral process within WV and with Out-of-State placements to notify TS when a student is being ordered Out-of-State for treatment and when the student is returning Umbrella release statement between DHHR/WVDE, which will grant the Out-of-State TS access to necessary student assessments/records Out-of-State monitoring protocols for Regular Education

12 For More Information Jess Griffin - Out-of-State Transition Specialist Kari Rice - Coordinator of Institutional Transition Programs Jacob Green - Special Assistant to the Chief Career and Technical Education Officer Jess Griffin - Out-of-State Transition Specialist Kari Rice - Coordinator of Institutional Transition Programs Jacob Green - Special Assistant to the Chief Career and Technical Education Officer


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