MOESC Board of Governors Meet, Presentation from Superintendent Kimmel
Mid-Ohio ESC Satisfaction Survey 2021 Results
Mansfield, OH (June 16, 2021) – On Wednesday, June 16, 2021, the Board of Governors for Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center met for their monthly meeting. Kevin D. Kimmel, Superintendent, gave a presentation updating the Board on the results of the recent Mid-Ohio ESC District Satisfaction Survey.
The Mid-Ohio ESC District Satisfaction Survey was established to conduct an annual measurement of satisfaction with client districts. Based on feedback from the districts, Mid-Ohio ESC focused their efforts on the following areas: development of relationships, improving trust, timely responses and an overall service first mentality. These efforts clearly did not go unnoticed by the districts. “I feel the leadership at MOESC is working hard to develop a culture focused on service” said Brad Herman, Lucas Superintendent.
The overall purpose of an ESC is to meet the needs of client districts, provide high quality training, networking, and support. Through this survey, it is established that Mid-Ohio ESC is doing just that. “I appreciate the overall direction that Mid-Ohio ESC is providing, focusing on improving services and connections with the partner districts” said Rob Peterson, Madison Superintendent.
“On behalf of Lexington School District, I want to thank Mid-Ohio ESC staff and administration for their support of our district in my first year as Superintendent”, said Jeremy Secrist of Lexington Local Schools. “I look forward to growing our relationship to capitalize on the customized services and support that MOESC is providing through its outstanding staff and administration.”
“On behalf of the Mid-Ohio ESC administration and staff, I want to thank our client district Superintendents for their feedback that they provided through the annual district satisfaction survey. I am happy to report that we received an overall 99% satisfaction rating from our district leaders which is an improvement from last year’s 95% mark. The positive ratings and comments would have not been possible without the hard work and dedication of the entire MOESC staff. We are very fortunate to have a staff and administration that have a service mentality and work diligently to meet the needs of our districts. I look forward to growing our relationships, services, and support of our client districts,” said Kimmel.
Board President, Dick Prater, said “Meeting the needs of our districts’ students and staff is our highest priority. The survey clearly shows that our districts recognize the hard work of Superintendent Kimmel and the outstanding MOESC staff. The Board of Governors joins in that support and is committed to enhancing the quality of services we provide and strengthening the relationships we have developed with our districts.”