Eaton RESA COVID-19 webpage
Eaton RESA Preparedness & Response Plan Overview
Eaton RESA COVID-19 Preparedness & Response Plan
Board Resolution - Preparedness & Response Plan
Eaton RESA Return to Work Guide
Education Reimagined - Ready. Resilient. Responsive.
Contact Tracing Recommendations
Great Start Readiness Program Sub-Recipients
Barry-Eaton District Health Department Resources
Resources for Families
The Eaton Effect - Family Newsletter
The Capital Region Technical Early College (CRTEC) is a high school-to-college program where students start in grade 11 to leave after grade 13 with a college degree or certification.
The Eaton Regional Education Service Agency (RESA) unveiled their Fab Lab to expose young students to manufacturing careers for the first time on Monday.
Communities may be wondering what is happening in our schools right now. Maybe even thinking, why haven’t schools made decisions about returning to school yet?
Events of the past few weeks have brought to the forefront the devastation and destruction that systemic racism has on indicators that influence opportunity, health, inclusion, and education in our country.
- Career Preparation Center
- Early Intervention
- Eaton Great Start Collaborative
- GSRP Preschool
- Meadowview School
- 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten
- 5-Year Common Calendar (2019-2024)
- Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Requests
- Mission & Vision
- Strategic Plan Update (July 15, 2020)
- Strategic Plan Update (December 18, 2019)