The implementation of Ohio Teacher Evaluation System (OTES) 2.0 requires new credentials for those who evaluate teachers.
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The Butler County Educational Service Center Governing Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 8:30 AM via Zoom.
As school is about to start up, districts across Southwest Ohio are receiving free face masks made possible from a donation through FEMA.
Area Head Start learning programs that prepare young children for success recently got a boost in federal funding local school officials said will greatly help the instructional program continue during the coronavirus pandemic.
Butler County school and emergency services officials have joined forces to deliver 300,000 masks to schools to help protect students and staffers from the coronavirus.
Butler County Educational Service Center (BCESC) is slated to receive $697,883 in Butler County and $119,518 in Preble County through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
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