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ERESC paraprofessionals are considered to be important providers of support services in all schools. The role of the ERESC paraprofessional is to provide support and assistance to students and the classroom teacher. Paraprofessionals are employed to improve and maintain an educational environment conducive to learning.


ERESC paraprofessionals provide services to the school district in which they are assigned, under the direction of the ERESC administration in partnership with that school district personnel. Paraprofessionals take daily direction from the classroom/special education teacher, district behaviorist, consultants and building principal to which they are assigned.

A para can have a profound and significant influence on student performance. When paraprofessionals work as a team with the classroom teacher and other professional school staff, positive changes can result in student achievement and behavior. ERESC paraprofessionals are values as members of the educational team who endeavor each day to make a difference in the lives of their students.

Paraprofessional Program Contact

   The preferred method of communication is by email to


Tracy Stewart
Acting Director


Chris Lee

Billing Specialist


Valerie Curtis
Paraprofessional Specialist


Anila Zuta

Paraprofessional Specialist 

Dress Code Policy

​A. Grooming & attire shall meet the following criteria:

  • Females may wear skirts, slacks, blouses or sweaters, dresses, or slack suits.

  • Males are strongly encouraged but not required to wear dress shirts or similarly tailored sport shirts

  • Dress or sports jackets with ties are strongly encouraged but not required. Turtleneck shirts and sweaters are permitted. All shirts worn by males must have a collar.

  • All staff members shall maintain clean and well-groomed hairstyles. 

B. The following attire is not acceptable:

  • Torn or dirty clothing

  • See-through blouses

  • Excessively tight fitting clothing

  • Any dress or grooming which would attract undue attention, create disruption, or would be potentially unsanitary or dangerous

  • Beach wear (plastic thongs, beach jackets, swimwear, etc.)

  • "Shorts"meaning Bermudas, cut-offs, hot pants, culottes (that look like shorts), athletic shorts, or swim suits; Dresses and skirts must be knee-length or longer

  • Jeans of any color or material

  • Clothing which promotes or advertises a company, product or event (Band Tour T-shirts, etc.); Brand name apparel displaying logo is acceptable

  • Headwear or hair rollers shall not be worn in the building (exceptions may be made for religious, medical reasons or special functions)

  • Jogging suits


C. Personal grooming should be done at home or in the appropriate areas.

     Staff members should maintain a well-groomed appearance at all times.

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