Mahoning County Educational Service Center

MCESC Superintendent Search

  • The Governing Board of the Mahoning County Educational Service Center (MCESC) is starting a statewide search for a new superintendent. Dr. Ron Iarussi submitted his resignation as MCESC’s superintendent effective July 31, 2018.

    Apply for the job here MCESC Superintendent Job Posting. The job is also posted on the Ohio School Boards Association’s website and the Buckeye Association of School Administrators’ website.

    Interviews and appointment of a new MCESC superintendent will be made in May. The contract for the new MCESC superintendent will begin on August 1, 2018.

    Dr. Iarussi has accepted a superintendent’s position with Marion City Schools.

    Dr. Iarussi has served as MCESC’s superintendent for eight years. Under his leadership, MCESC has experienced significant growth. The number of member districts at MCESC increased from 13 to 20, and the MCESC now also provides services for more than 50 school districts.

    “It’s been an honor and privilege to serve as superintendent of the MCESC,”  said Dr. Ron Iarussi. “The school districts that are members of the MCESC are some of the best around. Their commitment to students is something I will never forget. I hope to take the experiences that I have gained with me to help move the needle for the students in Marion City.”

Experience, Expertise and Leadership in Education

  • Every child deserves a high quality education to grow into a productive, successful and happy member of society.

    Mahoning County Educational Service Center (MCESC) provides our partners with the information, guidance, and skills to help them meet that goal.   

    School Districts today face a challenging climate of changing federal and state requirements, funding issues, social pressures and societal problems that trickle into the classroom.  It’s MCESC’S intent to provide resources so that districts can skillfully navigate those challenges.


    MCESC currently serves 22 school districts and nearly 46,000 children in Mahoning, Columbiana, Portage and Trumbull Counties. Through shared services, we attempt to keep the costs of education low, while maximizing the benefits in curriculum services, professional development and special needs programs and services.

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