The Lawrence County ESC has received a high performing ESC designation from the department of education. November 1, 2023 –Lawrence County Educational Service Center applied for and has received the High Performing ESC designation from the Ohio Department of Education. A High Performing ESC has generated total cost savings of at least 5% for its …
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ESC Building Literacy Connections – Book Study Opportunity Come join the Lawrence County ESC’s Literacy Lead, Julie Mayo, for an informal book study series on Judith C. Hochman and Natalie Wexler’s book The Writing Revolution – a guide to advancing thinking through writing in all subjects and grades. Grounded in research and described as a …
2022-2023Lawrence County Spelling BeeThursday, December 1, 2022Ironton High SchoolIronton, OH Lawrence County Spelling Bee ParticipantsElla Hayes and Anna Silk (Chesapeake) **Rylan Wood and Rykker Fields (Dawson-Bryant) *Meredith Dunlap and Rease Rice (Fairland) Trinity Massey and Riley Winters (Ironton) Marlea Depriest and Meredith Rogers (Rock Hill) Beckett Heighton and Mason Weber (Ironton Catholic) Sean Bradburn II …
Good Attitudes + Maximum Effort=Champions! Congratulations to Chesapeake Middle School as tournament and regular season LCESC Quiz Bowl champions, along with tournament runner-up and co-regular season champions, Rock Hill Middle School! Way to go, students and advisors
Brea Belville from Symmes Valley High School receiving recognition as the 2022 Lawrence County Civic Scholars and Franklin B Walter Recipient.
The Lawrence County Business Advisory Council has recognized Lawrence County Educational Service Center.
Civic intern, Brea Belville
Symmes Valley High School recognized students who exhibit positive behaviors through the state’s Positive Behavior and Intervention Supports Program. Johnda Carpenter, art teacher, and the student leadership team created the store.