LPDC

LPDC Members and Information

LPDC Members 

Name

Phone

Email

Role

Term Expiration






Jason Hankinson

(740) 349-6095

[email protected]

Facilitator

Appointed

Becky Kreager

(740) 927-6507 x7503 

[email protected]

Teacher

July 31, 2023

Judy Miller

(740) 745-5982

[email protected]

Teacher

July 31, 2025

Deborah Pegher(740) 349-1629 x5314
[email protected]

Administrator

July 31, 2025

Holly Hartman

(740) 349-6094

[email protected]

Administrator

July 31, 2024

Cassaundra Allen(740) 349-3290   [email protected]Teacher July 31, 2025
Laura Cunningham

(740) 349-6089

[email protected]

Secretary

Appointed

 
Meeting Dates for the 2022-23 School Year:  September 20, 2022; November 8, 2022; February 14, 2023 and May 16, 2023

Important points to remember:
  • An IPDP is required for all staff members who hold a 5-Year Professional Administrator and/or Teaching License.  
  • All IPDPs must be submitted on the Kiosk.
  • Update your IPDP each time your license is renewed.
  • To renew a five year professional license, you must have completed 18 CEUs or 180 contact hours. 
  • All coursework and/or professional development activities must be submitted on the Kiosk.  
  • When submitting contact hours for conversion to CEUs:
    • Go to the Kiosk and follow the prompts.
    • Upload attendance certificates and verification documents. 
    • Submit to the LPDC for approval.
  • Coursework and/or professional development activities will not be approved if completed prior to the approval of your IPDP. 
  •  Contact hours submitted more than 13 months past the completion of an activity will not be approved by the LPDC. Please submit hours in a timely fashion.
  • Certificate/license renewals should be in process no later than May 1st of the year in which they expire.
  • “The treasurer of a board of education may not draw a check for the payment of compensation to a teacher until such treasurer has received from the superintendent a written statement that the teacher has filed a valid educator’s license, or true copy of such license. The statement from the superintendent of schools must show that the license is a proper license for the grades and subjects to be taught, and the dates of its validity. As an exception to this general rule, however, a treasurer is permitted to pay a teacher for services rendered during the first two months of his initial employment with the school district, provided that (1) the teacher is the holder of a bachelor’s degree or higher, and (2) the teacher has filed an application with the State Board of Education for a provisional or professional license.”
It is an educators responsibility to renew their license on time and provide a copy of a valid credential to the central office upon each renewal!

**Note: Physical therapists, school social workers, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, school nurses and occupational therapists are required to maintain licensure through another professional board.  By doing so, they meet all requirements to renew their Ohio Department of Education Professional Pupil Services License and therefore do not need to work through the LPDC for CEU's.  Upon each renewal, they should provide a copy of their new license to the central office.






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