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EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS
 
Before dawn you are out on the road picking up children from all corners of the state; you keep the boilers and the air-conditioning systems running, make sure the lights are shining, and keep the classrooms clean and fit for education to take place; you keep things running smoothly in the office; and you provide those nutritious meals so necessary for learning readiness. Simply said, the school day could not run without you. 
 
Paraprofessionals, Secretarial & Administrative Services, Building & Grounds Maintenance, Transportation, Delivery & Mechanics, Food Services, Health & Student Services, Trades, Crafts, & Machine Operators, Technical Services, Security Services. ESP's include all "classified" school employees.
 
An ESP Committee was established by the members of GAE in the Spring of 1997. Among the goals of the committee are to increase ESP membership and participation in GAE. All ESP's are invited to contact committee members some of whom have e-mail addresses. The committee plans to have all members on line by the end of this year.
 
 



 
   
ESP Safety
Education Support Professionals (ESP) are an essential part of every school. They safely transport our children to school, keep our schools clean and safe, maintain student records, care for our students when they are ill, assist teachers in daily classroom activities, prepare and serve healthy meal
GAE Safe School Bus Act
I.  BUS SAFETY STANDARDS Establish Student Disciplinary Standards and Procedures Establish Maximum Seating Capacity, e.g., 3 elementary students/seat; 2 middle/high school students/seat Establish Student Code of Conduct for Riding Buses:     No eating, drinking,
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