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Huber Heights City Schools

HR: LPDC/IPDP Information

Last Updated: 10/26/2020 1:56 AM

The Department of Human Resources works directly with the Local Professional Development Committee and is responsible for assisting teachers in the development and completion of their Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP)

The Huber Heights Local Professional Development Committee meets monthly to review IPDP's and provide timely feedback to teachers who are submitting, revising, or completing their IPDP.

Teachers must submit an IPDP and successfully complete it in order to renew their educational licenses.

The following links (PDF's) are organized to assist teachers in the development, implementation and completions of their IPDP.

The LPDC meets regularly through the school year. This year's meeting dates are listed for your convenience. Each meeting during the school year is scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m. and end by 4:00 p.m. Please watch your school email for updates, reminders and/or changes to the schedule. All meetings are scheduled to be held in the ITC at Studebaker; however, if you’re unable to make a scheduled meeting please call Sherri at extension 80121 or email her.

            1:00 PM          Monday, September 28, 2020

            1:00 PM          Monday, October 26, 2020

            1:00 PM          Monday, November 30, 2020

              ****              *No December Meeting*

            1:00 PM          Monday, January 25, 2021

            1:00 PM          Monday, February 22, 2021

            1:00 PM          Monday, March 29, 2021

            1:00 PM          Monday, April 26, 2021

            1:00 PM          Monday, May 17, 2021

            9:00 AM          Tuesday, June 1, 2021

*Dates are tentative and may be rescheduled to meet the needs of the committee.

   The following steps provide a general outline of the IPDP process.

   Step 1: Develop/Create your IPDP. The development of your IPDP is critical as it dictates which activities you intend to complete to successfully renew your license.

   Step 2: Review your IPDP to confirm all forms are included. If you plan to complete any Equivalent Activities, you will need to complete the form on page 21.   
   Note: Each Equivalent Activity must have its own Equivalent Activity Form to be accepted/approved.

   Step 3: Submit your IPDP to the LPDC. Please send your completed IPDP to the LPDC for review. The LPDC will review your plan and let you know if the plan has been approved or needs revisions.

   Step 4: Your IPDP will be returned to you. If your IPDP has been approved, you should begin working to complete the activities that you included in your plan. If your IPDP was not approved, you will need to make revisions to your plan and resubmit your plan before the next LPDC meeting.

   REVISIONS: Sometimes during the course of an IPDP, an educator may need to revise their plan to include or remove an activity. If this occurs, it's critical to send a Revision Form, page 23, to the LPDC Committee to approve. As with all activities, they must be approved by the committee in order to have credit awarded for their completion.

   Step 5: Completion!!! Once you have successfully completed your IPDP activities, you may submit an Evidence of Completion form, page 24, to the committee. The committee will review your original plan, and verify the hours/activities you have completed.

That's it! Creating, implementing and completing an IPDP should be a rewarding experience that allows a teacher to enhance and further develop their personal goals while supporting their district, school and students!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 937.237.6300.


Derrick Williams
Director of Human Resources

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LPDC Handbook

Verification Form for Consistently Performing Teachers

LPDC Check Sheet

Public School Works Voucher Hours

Any courses taken on-line using Public Schools Works will count toward hours needed to "voucher out" of Staff Development Day.

Classified Application

Substitute Teacher Packet (Updated March 1st, 2018)

NOTE: When printing, please print on one side only.


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