Tri-County ESC announces its 2014 Summer Enrichment and Exploration opportunities for students in grades 1-8. These offerings replace the prior summer enrichment programs and primary day camps. Students can explore a variety of topics in academic areas such as science, math, language arts, and visual arts. Student engagement will promote creative thinking, teamwork, and problem solving. Which path of exploration will your child take this summer?
Tri-County ESC will be assisting the Black River Local School District's Board of Education in the search for the next Black River Local Schools' Superintendent. Interested applicants are asked to submit an application, resume, letter of interest, copies of credentials, five reference contacts and three reference letters to Carmela Lioi, Superintendent, Tri-County ESC, 741 Winkler
The purpose of the Tri-County High School Speech Contest is to provide students with opportunities develop the skills of analysis, research, critical thinking and evaluation, organization, presentation of argument and evidence, informative and persuasive communication, understanding and appreciation of literature, and oral interpretation of literary, dramatic, and oratorical selections.
April sessions are full - please call if you would like to be placed on a waiting list. If the waiting list indicates strong need for contiuned sessions, additional sessions will be added.
Tri-County ESC will offer a series of three workshops to support teachers who will be taking the Praxis 5203 test in order to comply with the Third Grade Reading Guarantee mandate.
Tri-County ESC is now an ETS Praxis Test Site. Tri-County's Test Site operates on Tuesdays and Thursdays with 9:00am and 4:00pm sessions. Testing information can be found at the following link: http://www.ets.org/praxis. For additional information please contact Judy Kestner at 330-345-6771 ext 265 or
FRANKLIN B. WALTER ALL-SCHOLARSTIC AWARD WINNERS
Tri-county Educational Service Center is proud to announce the 2013 Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award winners for Ashland, Holmes and Wayne Counties. This annual award was established in 1989 by Ohio’s county superintendents to recognize and promote student achievement and academic accomplishment. Only one senior from each of Ohio’s eight- eight counties receives this prestigious award.
The 2013 Young Authors’ Conference marked the 36th year of the program. Over 400 students participated in the conference, which was held in the spring at McGaw Chapel, the College of Wooster campus. The conference is the culminating activity to the creative writing process completed in our participating schools.