Our last ISTE Certification workshop of the year will also be our final cohort offered at the reduced price of $699. Registration for the virtual training closes Thursday, Oct. 15.
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The implementation of Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) 2.0 requires new credentials for those who evaluate teachers.
Visit our professional learning opportunities page to learn more about upcoming trainings for related service providers.
Register now for one of our fall Ohio Approved SUTQ training sessions.
"This has been said before, but it bears repeating - this is not the time to become complacent! Renewed interest and attention to the three well-known instructions is so important right now: wear a mask, stay 6 feet or more apart, keep your hands clean! We need to rededicate ourselves as a community to these three things as we move indoors and learn to live with this disease. This is our new normal until we get a vaccination and we have a long winter to get through together! Mask wearing has been shown to be the single most effective way to keep COVID at bay." - Jenny Bailer, Butler County Health Commissioner
The Butler County Educational Service Center Governing Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 8:30 AM via Zoom.
BCESC ranks fifth highest among Ohio’s 52 educational service centers in terms of total amount saved. In total, Ohio’s ESCs reported more than $78 million in savings to ODE for FY2021.
Led by Coya Taylor, RN, Butler County Educational Service Center facilitates Butler County's Infant Mortality Medicaid Grant with various community partners in coordinated efforts to reduce infant mortality within African American communities.
As school is about to start up, districts across Southwest Ohio are receiving free face masks made possible from a donation through FEMA.
At A Glance
- 34+ school districts served
- 2,820+ alternative and special ed students
- $3M+ saved annually by partner school districts
- 56 preschool classrooms in three counties
- 10,351 home visits completed annually
- 34 Success liaisons serve 2,901 students in two counties
- 621 employees
- 6,500+ hours of curriculum training and professional development provided annually.
- 1,028 certified substitute teachers in 22 districts
- 1,000+ families enrolled in birth-to-three programs
- 1,710 Early Head Start, Head Start and preschool students
- 317 families and 525 children receiving kinship care support
- 9,107 early childhood program calls and referrals processed annually for 9 Ohio counties