2019 MCESC Talent Show was a Huge Hit!
Shoes for the Shoeless visited our students at Learning Center East and delivered over 130 pairs of shoes and socks. Such a great organization! What a great day! Thank you from your friends at the MCESC.
“Our kids come into my YPH classroom from trauma, whether it is from physical or sexual abuse, homelessness, or perhaps they were placed into foster care by their biological parents. Eventually, trauma plays out with behavior.”
Rising Innovators is a pilot program developed by the MCESC. Our Gifted Services team invited a group of second grade educators from around the region to discuss ways to enhance their science lessons.
Our Interpreter Sharon Geer and her student, Dwight have formed a bond to last a lifetime
MD Teacher Granville Bastin and his team of Educational Assistants tackle conflict.
In this weeks FAMILY FRIDAYS Jodi Villars and Hazel illustrate team work at its best in one of our MCESC Learning Centers. What a great team!
In this edition of WE ARE THE MCESC we meet Bryan Stewart, our new Workforce DIrector.
After 42 dedicated years of service to kids and families throughout the region our Dr. Rosanne Douville is retiring. She is a leader and pioneer in the field of Audiology. Rosanne’s contributions to the Miami Valley are innumerable. She was the first Audiologist to utilize the MVRC Audio Booth and she has been an invaluable resource to our area school districts. Rosanne’s work has provided a much needed resource for thousands of students with disabilities for 42 years. Such a wonderful and inspiring career.
One of her favorite sayings is attributed to Thomas Edison: "I have not failed. I have found 10,000 ways that didn't work." It is possibly how one becomes efficient.
In this week's edition of Family Fridays we visit with one of our SEL Consultants, Rebecca Lewis as she discusses with her students th epower of role models.
It's about relationship-building with the kids and Mary Hargreaves is a master at it.
Photosw from our Student Programs Staff Holiday Party. This dedicated team deserves a party in its honor everyday.
My father told me at the age of 12 that I didn’t need to go to college to be successful. At the time I thought he didn’t know what he was talking about and that he must not have believed in my abilities.
This program can and does change lives. Recently, one of their students went back to their home district after a long tenuous stint at Beckett Springs, graduated early and is now at Sinclair studying to become a nurse. This is why they do what they do.