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2017 Mid-Ohio ESC
ADMINISTRATIVE Leadership Conference

            Approximately 170 superintendents, principals and other administrators from 19 area school districts spent Tuesday learning about educational trends, new initiatives and recent legislative changes.  


Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center’s annual Administrative Leadership Conference held August 2 featured nationally recognized motivational speaker and best-selling author Aric Bostick, Stephanie Donofe Meeks Director of Technology Instruction at the Ohio Department of Education and Tom Ash, Director of Government Relations for the Buckeye Association of School Administrators.


Mid-Ohio ESC Superintendent Linda T. Keller welcomed the group and expressed her pride in offering such a high impact opportunity for local administrators to begin their school year. 


Conference participants chose from six breakout sessions ranging from STEAM Activities with robots, personalized learning, blended learning, trauma informed practice, gifted updates and strategies to impact student literacy achievement.


Shelby High School Principal John Gies says, “Today was a great way to start the year. As educators we know that relationships with our students and staff are so important and today validated that thought.”


Plymouth Shiloh Local’s Director of Curriculum Jennifer Green says, “Mid-Ohio ESC’s Leadership Conference is a great way to start the school year and this year did not disappoint!  We were empowered by Aric’s enthusiasm first thing this morning! His challenge to be AWESOME will resonate with me this year! I plan to share his message and challenge to be the best we can be for our kids with our staff as well!”


Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center, located at 890 W. Fourth St. in Mansfield, provides high quality, cost-effective, specialized academic/ therapy support services and professional development for school districts in the Central Ohio Region. These include offering alternative educational options, preschool education and printing services, as well as conference center facilities.



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