What is an LPDC?
LPDC stands for Local Professional Development Committee. The primary job of the LPDC is to ensure that educators in our district are setting goals for their professional development, which should align with expectations and standards for our students, schools, and staff. A very important function of the LPDC is to review professional development plans, coursework, and other educational activities that will help each certified staff member meet their personal goals and the requirements necessary to renew a professional certificate or license.
LPDC Committe Members
There are 3 teachers and 2 administrators on our committee. These are positions that are appointed by the OHEA co-presidents and by the superintendent, and responsibilities will follow a rotating schedule by building. Please feel free to contact any of these members with questions.
Jennifer Giezie (Middle School)
Meghan Dougherty (High School)
Laramie Spurlock (Middle School)
Keith Thorbahn (Board Office)
Meeting Dates 2016-2017
Monthly meetings take place throughout the school year, with the exception of July and August (unless needed.) All meetings will take place at 3:15 PM at the Board Office.
September 7, 2016
October 5, 2016
November 2, 2016
December 7, 2016
January 4, 2017
February 1, 2017
March 1, 2017
April 5, 2017
Information and Forms:
Steps for archiving an old IPDP to then create a new IPDP
Examples of IPDP Goals
Approved Continuing Education Options Form (PDF)
Teacher Activity Tracking Form (PDF)
Approval Verification Form for Educators Leaving a LPDC (PDF)
LPDC BASIC GUIDELINES (PDF)
Organizing for High Quality Professional Development (PDF)