Quick Links

Sign up for the News Update.

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

Top story image

Don't get left at the edge of the cup. Register your team for the Smoky Hill Foundation Golf Tournament today.

Register Now for the Smoky Hill Foundation Golf Tournament

19th Annual Tournament is May 26th

The 19th Annual Smoky Hill Education Foundation Golf Tournament will be held at the Salina Municipal Golf Course on Tuesday, May 26th.   You can make a difference!  The SHESC Foundation hosts one of the largest golf tournaments at the course each year, and all the proceeds are used to further educational efforts in over 60 school districts throughout Central, North Central, and Western Kansas. Your participation and contributions to Kansas students and teachers are appreciated. Each team registration includes 4 greens fees, 2 golf cart rentals, lunch, prizes, and a chance to win a drawing for a new Traeger Grill.     Check-in begins at 7:30 AM followed by a shotgun start . . . read more

Sub feature 1 image

Camp Gizmos, Gadgets, and Games

Choose from Two Summer Sessions

We promise four days of fun, educational and stimulating learning activities for your child!  Each activity will integrate various concepts of science, technology, engineering and math!  Students will rotate through three stations each day and will also receive a snack to keep their energy level at top capacity!  The camp will be a “No Worksheet” zone!   Our instructors all have experience with teaching in the classroom and come well equipped to interact with your child in a positive and safe environment!   Our activities include: Motion Monday . . . read more

Sub feature 2 image

Changing Diversity Intolerance & Creating a Responsive Culture

Free Regional Workshops

In an ever increasing multi-cultural society people are often faced with those who are different than themselves.  Bullying often hinges upon or uses diversity intolerance as a springboard, and hate crimes are motivated by prejudice.  It is disturbing then to know that half of all hate crimes in the US are committed by youth ages 15-24.  Adults play a vital role in providing healthy examples for youth and for building a school culture of understanding and respect for diversity. Workshop Objectives      Understand how diversity intolerance relates to school climate and culture. . . . read more

More Headlines

SHESC Board:


SHESC Staff Resources:




Back To Top