Lawrence County Educational Service Center

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Way to go RHHS senior golfers Victor Day and Isaac Doolin!! You are Lawrence County Literacy Month’s “Team Up and Read” Champions of the week—thank you for the joy you brought to these young people!RHHS Golf team now challenges Coal Grove and Ironton to “Team Up and Read”!And any club, band, team, etc from any school is more than welcome to participate! Send videos with your challenge to the Lawrence County ESC: Chelsea.harper@lc.k12.oh.us“Lift a life, every. single. day.”~Anonymous ... See MoreSee Less
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We are “Teaming Up to Read” as our county Commissioners declare September, “Lawrence County Literacy Month”.There will be school video challenges coming to YOU, SOON as our students “team up to read”, so be ready!We can’t wait to see all the good things you are doing to help our children learn to read in our county—thank you!“The beautiful thing about learning is that nobody can take it away from you.”~BB King ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you exceptional students, teachers and mentors in Lawrence County! We are proud of you and the work you are doing. Top: Dylan Bentley, Deputy Auditor/Law Co Civic Scholars Program Creator; Iman Kanooz, FHS Senior and Intern for Judge Capper, who designed a webpage and presented it at the Commissioner’s meeting; Tomi Blankenship, LCESC Supervisor, Judge Capper, Iman’s mentor. We are so proud of the Design Thinking you implemented on your work, Iman!Below: Congratulations to SVHS teacher, Ruth Hopkins! We are excited to see Lawrence County educators like Ruth getting the recognition they have earned for their hard work and dedication.“Immortality is to live your life doing good things, and leaving your mark behind.”~Brandon Lee ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you exceptional students, teachers and mentors in Lawrence County! We are proud of you and the work you are doing. Top: Dylan Bentley, Deputy Auditor/Law Co Civic Scholars Program Creator; Iman Kanooz, FHS Senior and Intern for Judge Capper, who designed a webpage and presented it at the Commissioner’s meeting; Tomi Blankenship, LCESC Supervisor, Judge Capper, Iman’s mentor. We are so proud of the Design Thinking you implemented on your work, Iman!Below: Congratulations to SVHS teacher, Ruth Hopkins! We are excited to see Lawrence County educators like Ruth getting the recognition they have earned for their hard work and dedication.“Immortality is to live your life doing good things, and leaving your mark behind.”~Brandon Lee ... See MoreSee Less
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The Lawrence County Schools Insurance COG will holds its monthly meeting on Thursday, August 25 at 9:00am at the South Point Board office located at 302 High St. in South Point. ... See MoreSee Less
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A message from the Superintendent:

Welcome

As Superintendent of the Lawrence County Educational Service Center, I would like to welcome you to our web site and invite you to explore the services provided by a motivated and caring staff to our partners in education. 

We are dedicated to providing high quality professional development and other services for the teachers and administrators of Lawrence County and beyond. Then, as our goal should always be, through the teachers and administrators, the services help provide a good quality education for the students we all serve. 

We know that all of our member school districts in Lawrence County will continue to provide a high quality 21st Century education that is needed to make our students a successful part of the community in which they live. 

The Lawrence County Educational Service Center always welcomes any questions you may have concerning any of our services. 

Thank You, 

Jeff Saunders, ESC Superintendent