Lawrence County Educational Service Center

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The Lawrence County ESC would like to congratulate Camryn Miller (pictured below) from Rock Hill for being the Lawrence County winner of the Franklin B Walter All Scholastic Award!! One student from each county in Ohio is chosen for this prestigious award. We also want to congratulate the finalist from the other districts. Emily Schwamberger - ChesapeakeIsaac Dickess - Dawson BryantAnthony Zhu - FairlandCameron Deere - IrontonAustin Webb- South PointEleanor Johnson- Symmes ValleyAgain, congratulations to all!! ... See MoreSee Less
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We at the ESC know teachers are some of the hardest working professionals in America and in Viking Country, it is evident here! Becky Bowling, Julie Mayo, and Tomi Blankenship had the privilege to be with Symmes Valley educators on Friday, facilitating trainings, sharing ideas/thoughts, and discussing upcoming professional development.Below, we are highlighting today a true Lawrence County Lantern Lighter, Jonda Carpenter. She is igniting an artistic light in her students, and it surely shows! These are just a few of the many student works shining a light on their talent throughout the hallways of SVHS! Thank you Greg Bowman, Darrell Humphreys, and Brandon Walker for giving us the opportunity to be with you; and to share the possibilities in further educating students in our county! ... See MoreSee Less
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Spelling Bee Winners/Handle with Care Program: Top-Congratulations to DBMS Spelling Bee Runner-Up Kalli Vanderhoof and 1st Place Winner Hayden Kingrey; Bottom Left-“Handle with Care” Program, a strong communication collaboration with Impact Prevention Agency, the ESC, First Responders, and our schools; Bottom Right-Celebrating Cousins and Winners at St. Lawrence Elementary 1st Place Mason and 2nd Place Rex Weber! ... See MoreSee Less
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Spelling Bee Winners/Handle with Care Program: Top-Congratulations to DBMS Spelling Bee Runner-Up Kalli Vanderhoof and 1st Place Winner Hayden Kingrey; Bottom Left-“Handle with Care” Program, a strong communication collaboration with Impact Prevention Agency, the ESC, First Responders, and our schools; Bottom Right-Celebrating Cousins and Winners at St. Lawrence Elementary 1st Place Mason and 2nd Place Rex Weber! ... See MoreSee Less
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Fairland High School is conducting a spaghetti dinner fundraiser this Thursday for the Kent and Becky Sanborn family. Kent is a well known photographer that has covered local sporting events and other youth activities in the area for 40 years. He has been a blessing to generations of families in Lawrence County but has fallen ill and is being placed in hospice after a stint in the hospital at Ohio State. The meals can be picked up at Fairland High School on Thursday from 5-8 pm. Rodney Littlejohn, who has worked at Hecla water for many years, has volunteered to pick up meals at 5 pm and deliver them to the SV campus on Thursday evening as soon as he can get there. We need to let Fairland know the number of meals needed today so they can order the ingredients for the meal. The dinner includes spaghetti, bread, and dessert. Cost is $15 per meal. CASH payment in advance is required and is due by end of the day Wednesday. If you plan to pick up the meal at Fairland contact them at 740-886-3250. If you wish to pick them up at Symmes Valley High on Thursday evening order them at 740-643-2371.Thank you in advance for your support of this gentleman that has selflessly given so much enjoyment to the families of Lawrence County over the years.Sincerely,Darrell A. Humphreys, PrincipalSymmes Valley High School14778 State Route 141 Willow Wood, Ohio 45696740-643-2371 (office) ... 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