Pickaway County ESC
The Pickaway County ESC
 
The Pickaway County ESC is a county agency that serves the four school districts in Pickaway County: Circleville City Schools and Logan Elm, Teays Valley and Westfall Local School Districts, and Pickaway-Ross Career & Technology Center.
 
The ESC provides a variety of services to schools and students.
 
To learn more about those services and the history of educational service centers, click on the "About Our ESC" button at left.
 
 
From the Superintendent
What I Think... by Ty Ankrom
What I Think... by Ty Ankrom

Jeffrey Robb believes that hands-on experiences build a foundation for one’s future.

 

To prepare for his future, the Logan Elm senior has dedicated numerous hours during his high school career to school leadership, athletics and volunteering. In the fall, that future will include attending Hiram College to study political science and public affairs.

 

And next week, Jeffrey will be named the 2018 Pickaway County recipient of the Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award, presented by each county Educational Service Center.

 

Named in honor of Walter, a former longtime state superintendent of public instruction, the award was established in 1989 by the Ohio Educational Service Center Association to promote and recognize outstanding student leaders for their academic achievement and service to their schools and communities.  

Eligible applicants must be a high school senior enrolled in a public school within an ESC’s service region. Recipients were required to demonstrate outstanding academic achievement as indicated by high school grades, test scores, school activities and awards.  

 

Jeffrey wants to continue his service-minded bend while in college, hoping to be active in many groups to understand how to help others, he wrote in the award application. He also would like to earn an internship at the state capitol to increase his education.

 

“Although college is a great place to begin your journey, I know that my mission stretches far beyond the confines of a college campus. Despite what my career ends up being, I want to ensure the success of the American people,” he wrote. 

 

“Every person is unique and intricate, and I want to make sure that all people have equal opportunities and chances to live their best life. I firmly believe that one way to do that is to elect the best public servants possible.

 

“Therefore, I plan to start a nonprofit that teaches the importance of voting and staying politically informed to teenagers and young adults in a bipartisan way.

 

“Whatever I do, I hope that I never lose sight of the importance of giving back and making the world a better place.”


Community Connections
Learn about Pickaway County ESC's partnerships with county schools and its service through the Community Connections page that appears every other month in the Circleville Herald.
 
Click below to see the current and past issues.
 
 
Student News
2017 Franklin B. Walter Award winner
2017 Franklin B. Walter Award winner
Alexa Long, a senior at Circleville High School, was selected as the 2017 Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award recipient.
 
Read about Alexa here.

ESC News and Updates
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Stand Up for Public Schools
The Ohio School Boards Association posted an article from our Community Connections page as part of their Stand Up For Public Schools effort:

http://www.standupforohiopublicschools.org/volcano-lesson-offers-lava-fun-at-science-fair/
 
Ohio Center for Substitute Teachers image Ohio Center for Substitute Teachers
PCESC / OCST partnership provides high quality training for substitute teachers  
Online Graduate Credit Courses
The Pickaway County Educational Service Center is pleased to offer online graduate courses to educators. This service is possible due to a partnership between PCESC and two universities: the University of Phoenix and Ashland University.
 
To see a listing of the courses available as well as registration information, click on the "Downloads / Links" tab.  Then,  look for the links to the two universities under the "Educational Websites" section. 
 
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PCESC Update
The PCESC Update is a bi-monthly newsletter written primarily for ESC staff members.  
Supplemental Educational Services (SES)
Pickaway County Educational Service Center is approved by the Ohio Department of Education as a Supplemental Educational Service (SES) provider.  Learn more about SES by clicking on the link.  
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