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.
Click to see how the MCESC students scored on the reading and math proficiency compared to the state average.
Struthers Middle School participated in Socktober for the fourth year. SMS received 2,000 socks from Bombas, a sock company, which is a donation valued at $24,000. Bonilla’s class collected at total of 3,800 pairs of socks this year.
The West Branch Local School Board awarded Robert N. McLaughlin a high school diploma at its October meeting.
Click to see who was named The Alliance Review's Make the Grade Teacher of the Month for October.
Valley Congressman Bill Johnson spent time at the BL Miller Elementary School in Sebring, looking in on a tutoring session with a few students and reading to a kindergarten class.
Brick by brick, the Mahoning Valley Skilled Trades Expo laid a foundation of change – in perspectives, stereotypes and in children’s minds.
Students from local high schools were honored for creating short films to tackle some tough subjects.
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