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Smoky Hill Education Service Center's Mission Statement is:  "In partnership with school districts, we promote success for learners by providing superior services."

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Fall 2017 Workshops

SHESC has scheduled its workshops and events for Fall 2017. The workshops and events are listed on the   SHESC Calendar   which is available   HERE .    To see a complete description of the workshop and additional details, click the workshop title on the calendar.   A workshop flyer can be downloaded here. Complete workshop and event descriptions and additional details can be copied from the calendar if necessary for completing paperwork and registration information.  

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2018 CTE Annual February Conference

CTE Learning That Works for Kansas

The Career & Technical Education Annual February Conference     Hosted by : Kansas Association of Education Service Agencies (KAESA) Participating members: Clearwater, ESSDACK, Greenbush, Keystone, Northwest, Smoky Hill, Southwest Plains In cooperation with the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) and the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR)    Sponsored by :                              February 5, 2018 Pre-Conference  February 6-7, . . .

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March 5-6, 2018 - Manhattan, KS

Join us this March 5th & 6th at the Hilton Garden Inn and Convention Center in Manhattan, KS for the third annual Kansans Can and DO Symposium. Collaborate with your peers, strategize with your administrative team, and discover creative ways to lead the world in the success of each student. Symposium Highlights      -Learn from Kansas school districts that are already implementing great programs that align with the Kansans Can initiative.     -Collaborate with your administrative team and teams from districts across the state as you plan for the upcoming year.     -Learn practical ideas and strategies to assist you in taking a . . .

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Rosetta Stone is Available from Smoky Hill

Smoky Hill is making available Rosetta Stone “tickets” to be used by language learners. These “tickets” will be distributed to schools. Schools may distribute these tickets to students, families, employees, community members, etc. in order to teach/learn a foreign language. The “tickets” are good for all levels (five levels for Chinese (Mandarin), English (American), English (British), French, German, Italian, Russian, Spanish (Latin America) and Spanish (Spain); three levels in other languages) in the language of choice of the “ticket” holder. The “ticket” is good for one full year of access from the time enrollment into Rosetta Stone Classroom. 25 different languages . . .

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