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.
The North Central Education Foundation (NCEF) Board is excited to announce they have partnered with community organizations to present more NCEF Teacher Classroom Grant awards than ever in 2022.
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.
Recently, NCESD trainers completed a GLAD® training in Manson School District in a third-grade classroom and included teachers from Brewster, Tonasket, Cascade, and Lake Chelan. In this short week of instruction teachers saw students develop voice, practice responsible decision-making, problem solving, and other social emotional competencies as they worked in teams and individually.
Our promise at North Central ESD is to lead, serve, and support the school districts across our region. Recently, our team has been supporting a handful of districts who have been identified for a Consolidated Program Review (CPR) this year.
Every month, superintendents from around the region gather at the North Central ESD for the Superintendent Advisory Committee (SAC) meeting. These meetings provide district leaders an opportunity to discuss current happenings across the region and state, collaborate on initiatives, and continue their own professional learning and leadership development.
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.
On Unity Day, the third Wednesday of October, wearing the color ORANGE tells others that you are ON BOARD with kindness, acceptance, and inclusion, and that you want to prevent bullying. But wearing orange is not the only way to observe and celebrate Unity Day.