In late November 2022, the Board of Directors for North Central ESD attended the Annual Conference for the Association of Educational Service Agencies (AESA). The annual conference is specifically designed for Educational Service Agencies across the nation and features general sessions with national thought leaders and breakout sessions featuring best practices.
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.
Each year, the NCESD takes the time to acknowledge team members who have gone above and beyond to demonstrate what it truly means to lead, serve, and support. Throughout the year, these individuals have shown up with positive attitudes, exceptional team spirit, and displayed strong “servant leadership”.
The North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) celebrated several award recipients on Thursday, May 12 during the Friend of Children and Board of the Year Awards Program event. These awards are presented by the NCESD Board of Directors.
NCESD Director of Administrative Services Receives Statewide Award for Outstanding Service to K-12 Education
North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) Executive Director of Administrative Services, Trisha Schock, was awarded the John Jenft Outstanding Service to K-12 Education Award during the Washington Association of School Business Officials (WASBO) Annual Conference on May 5, 2022.
The North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) is excited to welcome Cathi Nelson to the agency’s board of directors. Nelson will represent District #3 which includes Brewster, Bridgeport, Coulee-Hartline, Grand Coulee Dam, Mansfield, Nespelem, Orondo, Palisades, Pateros, Methow Valley, and Waterville school districts.
InvestED has been a long-time supporter of North Central Washington students through its partnership with the North Central Educational Service District. During the 2020-21 academic year, InvestED and its generous partners provided over $250,000 to the NCESD region through active partnerships with 19 school districts. Local educators used those funds to directly impact more than 9,000 students in nearly 40 schools.
Every year, the NCESD recognizes members of the staff who have demonstrated a positive attitude, shown a good team spirit, and displayed [...]