The North Central Washington Workers' Compensation Program (NCWWCP)’s Safety Incentive Program is a unique opportunity for all NCESD school districts to participate in. The program promotes a strong safety culture to keep employees safe while meeting industry leading practices.
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.
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.
Kara Babst, Eastmont School District, Announced as 2022 Regional Classified School Employee of the Year
The North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) has selected Kara Babst, Eastmont School District, as the 2022 Regional Classified School Employee of the Year for the North Central Washington region. Babst is a paraeducator in the Developmental Preschool program at Eastmont School District and has been working with Wee Cougars Preschool since 2018.
Regional Educators, School Administrators & Community Partners Recognized with State and Regional Awards from NCESD and WASA
In May, the North Central Educational Service District (NCESD) and Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) recognized regional educators, community members, and school administrators with awards for their extraordinary contributions to K-12 education.
Over the past several months Leigh Allison-Ray, NCESD Student Assistance Professional serving Moses Lake School District, has been supporting the students in the Moses Lake High School Youth Action Team (YAT) with their latest project: artwork to promote wellness and resiliency.
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.
When Pacific Education Institute and two Central Washington Educational Service District thought about how to best serve the teachers in their region, an obvious need was to offer as many options to access content as possible.
Cari Haug, NCESD Regional Science Coordinator, jumped back into the middle school classroom to teach Tonasket middle school students about green chemistry principles and bioplastics.