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SOESC Assists Bright Local Board of Education with Superintendent Search

The Bright Local School District Board of Education is seeking qualified applicants for the position  of  superintendent.  The vacancy has resulted from the resignation of Superintendent Dee Wright who is retiring after serving as superintendent since 2002 and has a total of 30 years with the district.  The board is being assisted in its . . . More Information


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SOESC to offer LeanOhio Boot Camp

LeanOhio program provides tools to public sector employees to stretch resources

  on  February 26 and 27  &  March 5, 6 and 13 the SOESC will offer this Boot Camp at their Wilmington Office.   The LeanOhio Boot Camp is for public sector employees and is designed to make local government and agencies better, faster, simpler and less costly by using the process improvement . . . read more

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ESC/OSBA Leadership Academy

The Southern Ohio Educational Service Center is pleased to be partnering with the Ohio School Boards Association to offer school board member professional development during the 2014-15 school year.  All sessions will be held at the Southern Ohio Educational Service Center, Wilmington office.  Each session will begin . . . read more


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SOESC Master Teacher Consortium

All Southern Ohio Educational Service Center districts have the opportunity to participate in the SOESC Master Teacher Consortium.

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Substitute Information

~Beginning October 1st we will be processing applications for Laurel Oaks Substitute Teachers~Please notify Jennifer Ludwick if you are interested.

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SAFE Account Information

CORE Overview

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Substitute Teaching Orientation

What Great Substitute Teachers Do Differently


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