Administrative Solutions & Support
Grant Wood Area Education Agency offers management and support services to the districts and schools in its service area and around the state.
°ÅÀÖÊÓÆµ provides support to districts with Infinite Campus or PowerSchool and has technological expertise to assist your district. °ÅÀÖÊÓÆµ uniquely partners Digital Learning and IT services to provide districts the vision, integration and technology management that leads to success.
°ÅÀÖÊÓÆµ houses the computer system that arranges substitutes for teachers. To sign up as a substitute teacher or substitute paraprofessional/associate go to subcentral.gwaea.org or scroll below to learn more.
CISM Team Resources
°ÅÀÖÊÓÆµ's Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) team can assist your school in times of crisis or traumatic events.
These additional services also are available to districts in the °ÅÀÖÊÓÆµ service area:
°ÅÀÖÊÓÆµ houses the computerized substitute assignment system utilized by the Alburnett, Anamosa, Cedar Rapids, Center Point- Urbana, Central City, College Community, Linn-Mar, Marion, Monticello, Mount Vernon, and Springville school districts, Xavier Catholic Schools, Summit Schools, and the °ÅÀÖÊÓÆµ Off-site Programs.|
- To sign up as a substitute teacher or substitute paraprofessional/associate go toÂ
- For assistance the SubCentral Help Desk is staffed between 7-11 a.m. on school days and can be reached at 319-399-6761 orÂ firstname.lastname@example.org.
°ÅÀÖÊÓÆµ provides year round E-Rate support for AEA 10 schools and districts. Support for districts is available year round from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. daily for all E-Rate questions, assistance with applications, filing forms on-line, and other E-Rate issues. For additional assistance with E-Rate please contact Mike Kiely at (319) 399-6521 or email@example.com.
The Iowa Educators Consortium (IEC) and the Iowa Association for Educational Purchasing (IAEP) cooperative food purchasing program have united to become AEA Purchasing! Iowa's Area Education Agencies launched a statewide cooperative purchasing program in 1999, and to date, these services have saved Iowa schools and non-profit educational organizations over $100 million.a