A change in venue provided a hint that effects of the novel coronavirus would dominate discussion at the 31st annual Legislative Forum. As a precaution to prevent the rising spread of COVID-19 in the area, Smoky Hill Education Service Center moved the forum – which is usually an in-person luncheon for educators and state legislators – to an online event on November 12. Chris . . .
SHESC Messenger End of November 2020 Education and the Election New Logo Signage Updates Underway New L umber and Cafeteria Supply Catalogs Coming Soon Face Mask Supplies Available Through Volume Purchasing Featured Workshop: Student . . .
Even though we now know the projected results of the 2020 Presidential Election, you may still be experiencing a high level of uncertainty, anxiety, stress, or some combination of all three. It’s also quite likely that many of the students you teach and serve are also experiencing a wide range of strong emotions. In this unusual national situation, it’s important to . . .
Nearly a quarter-million dollars in federal grant funding will support distance learning in Kansas for those served by Smoky Hill Learning Center (SHLC). The funding is part of a $791,638 Distance Learning and Telemedicine grant that will invest in equipment and online platforms for Kansas students – both traditional and adult. The grant under the Rural Utilities Service Program – administered by the . . .
The BRAND NEW online events portal for SHESC - escWorks - means easier registration, alerts for classes relevant to your interests, and many more convenient benefits! Creating an account on escWorks is quick and easy! After you create an account, the portal will remember your information when you register for an event or workshop, and it will track all of your professional development . . .
Smoky Hill Education Service Center celebrated its 30-year anniversary on July 1 with the reveal of a new logo, designed to better reflect SHESC’s name and mission. Chris Moddelmog, SHESC Executive Director, said that reaching the 30-year milestone presented a perfect opportunity to reconsider and modernize SHESC’s brand, while still honoring and connecting to the previous logo design. . . .
Resources and Information for Journalists Covering Smoky Hill Education Service Center About Smoky Hill Education Service Center (boilerplate) Founded July 1, 1990, Smoky Hill Education Service Center is a cooperative consortium of more than 50 school districts across 25 counties, formed to provide cost and efficiency savings in a variety of educational services for its participating members. . . .