Last Updated: 10/3/2019 2:37 PM

Discover the MCESC

Our Vision Team is just one of the several teams of professionals with a myriad of expertise ready to serve.



With a history of service dating back over a century, the mission statement for the Montgomery County ESC is Visionary Leaders Providing Exemplary Service with the emphasis still on service.  Our direction is guided by our core values, Integrity, Innovation, Communication, Collaboration, Diversity and Wellness.  Each and every day we strive to Serve Students and Support Staffs throughout the region.  The MCESC is here to provide support to educational entities in administration, instruction, personnel, and finance.

The Montgomery County Educational Service Center provides a robust array of educational services to 16 public school districts in Montgomery County and over 90 educational entities in multiple counties across the Greater Dayton region.  Our programs and services are delivered through a staff of over 400 dedicated and talented professionals.  The MCESC provides support, services and programs in the areas of professional development, social emotional learning, curriculum, special education, assessment, leadership, finance, technology, standards, personnel, data analysis, and instruction.

The MCESC operates two remote learning centers and an annex providing occupational and physical therapy services directly to school districts and families throughout the community. In addition, the MCESC provides outreach to schools and families with speech and hearing pathologists.

The MCESC is the home to the regional Learn to Earn Dayton Collaborative reinforcing educational best practices. The program also supports and advocates for Preschool Promise and Early Learning and we are home to the Dayton Regional STEM Center.

MCESC Services




2018-19 Photo Gallery



2019 Convocation


Rising Innovators



Sharon Geer - Interpreter for the Deaf




Rebecca Lewis, Prevention Teacher at work in her Huber Heights School District classroom




Carol Dittoe, ACT Speech Therapist discusses autism and the ACT