North Central ESD provides in-class presentations to elementary students about electrical science, and hosts the annual River of Power events. Learn more about these programs and how teaching young students about electrical science can benefit their learning.
In just over three weeks from today, we all have an opportunity to interact with our students about UNITY – kindness, acceptance, inclusion and prevention of bullying. Whether simple or elaborate, taking a half-hour or a half-day, any observance of Unity Day shows your students that you value these important concepts and want to incorporate them into the culture of your classroom and school.
The Science in Our Valley seminar series began in October 2017 as a way for local scientists and science educators to bring their research to the community and as a way to engage and connect with one another. The series features presentations by local scientists and science educators as well as guests from outside the region.
Welcome to the 2022 -2023 school year. The energy and positivity across our region this August has really given me great hopes for the new school year. It is with great pride that the team of professionals at NCESD 171 embraces the opportunities and responsibilities for student and adult success.
Of the 29 public school districts within the North Central Washington region, 13 districts are welcoming a new Superintendent for the 2022-23 school year. North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) hosted an orientation meeting for all incoming Superintendents on August 11.
Over the summer, North Central ESD has hired 30 new employees to assist the agency in its promise to lead, serve and support educational partners and communities in North Central Washington and across the state.
Taking on the Challenges of Expanding Worksite Learning with the Grant County Workforce Roundtable 2022
In May, the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) approached the Career Connected Learning team at the North Central Educational Services District with the idea to host an employer round table event to hear from the community and discuss ideas for expanding worksite learning and apprenticeships.
Ashley Goetz and Stephanie Andler Announced as Associate Directors of Student Success & Learning at North Central Educational Service District
The North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) has announced the hire of Ashley Goetz and promotion of Stephanie Andler as Associate Directors of Student Success and Learning. In the NCESD’s continual efforts to create new standards of excellence in order to lead, serve and support each of the 29 school districts in the region, the Student Success and Learning department is undergoing some exciting transitions. The NCESD is pleased to welcome two additions to the Student Success and Learning leadership team.
The North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) has selected Hugo Zavala, Wenatchee School District, as the 2023 Regional Teacher of the Year for the North Central Washington region. Zavala is a 4th-grade Science and Spanish Language Arts teacher at Lewis & Clark Elementary School.