Welcome to the Allen County ESC!
From the Desk of Dr. Wittwer:
Welcome to the Allen County Educational Service Center, where our mission is "to provde educational services and leadership through collaborative efforts." Through collaboration with our many partners, instruction/support is enhanced while costs are contained. These partnerships with school districts provide high quality services to students from preschool age to young adulthood. We are committed to improving the lives of the young people with whom we work through service, professional development training and support, with leadership, and commitment to respond to changing educational needs. Our new vision (what we want to accomplish) is "serving today, preparing for tomorrow!"
Please take a few minutes to review our website to learn more about the services and programs offered here at the ACESC. We are extremely very proud of what we do for our students and are always interested in new and innovative ideas that will help us to better fulfill our goal of ensuring the success of every child.
Feel free to contact us with any questions, thoughts, and inquiries at 419-222-1836 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Dean Wittwer
Allen County Educational Service Center
COMING IN JUNE!
- School Bus Driver Summer Advanced Class Registrations
- Registrations for the Bus Driver Inservice with Jesus Villahermosa will also be available soon.
APRIL IS AUTISM MONTH! Register for the Autism Fair to be held on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. at the Allen County Sanitary Engineer's Office. Register under Upcoming Events.
We congratulate this year's Franklin B. Walter Scholarship award winner: Trevor McMichael, a senior at Spencerville High School. We also celebrate the other nominees from local area schools who submitted excellent applications for this scholarship award! These students represent the finest in academic pursuits and possess lifelong skills developed at their respective schools that will empower them the rest of their lives. See more about Trevor under Student Offerings and then the Scholarship tab of our webpage.
PACES (Parents of Allen County Exceptional Students) is hosting their next meeting, Tuesday, April 7, 2015 at THE MET in downtown Lima from 7:00-8:00 pm. The topic is "Productive Struggle to Build Character and Persistence." Speakers are David Elam and Brian Conaster from Loveland Schools. These two teachers have implemented excellent strategies to address this topic this year and are generously willing to share their experiences. Please join us!