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Butler County Educational Service Center (BCESC) is pleased to announce that it has once again been recognized as one of the best places to work in Cincinnati by The Enquirer. BCESC has made an appearance on Cincinnati’s Top Workplace list each year since 2013 and is one of 135 organizations featured on 2021’s Top Workplaces list.
Tawana Keels, president of the Butler County Educational Service Center (BCESC) Governing Board, has been recognized for her 20 years of service as a public school board member.
Butler County ESC proudly announces Julieta Ramirez as recipient of the 32nd Annual Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award and Kayla Prosser as the 2021 Martha Seward Rahfuse Memorial Scholarship winner.
By Suzanne Prescott, Early Childhood Programs Director
Mary served on the Butler County ESC governing board for 19 years and also served as board president.
At A Glance
- 45+ school districts served
- 2,950+ alternative and special ed students
- $4M+ in annual savings for partner school districts
- 62 preschool classrooms in 3 counties
- 14,130 home visits completed annually
- 35 Success liaisons serve 3,000 students in 2 counties
- 615 employees
- 4,789+ hours of curriculum support and professional development provided annually
- 844 certified substitute teachers in 22 districts
- 47% reduction in infant mortality among non-Hispanic Black babies in Butler County in 2020
- 1,565 Early Head Start, Head Start and preschool students
- 277 families and 453 children receiving kinship care support
- 10,250 early childhood program referrals processed annually in 9 Ohio counties