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24th Annual Smoky Hill Education Foundation Charity Golf Tournament

Dear Friend of Education:   We are taking a mulligan!    After needing to cancel last year’s 24th annual Smoky Hill Education Foundation Scramble for Schools Golf Tournament because of COVID-19, we’re holding a “do over” on June 1, 2021. This charity event raises funds in support of the foundation’s yearly projects and to enhance educational . . .

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SHESC Messenger: Start of February 2021

  SHESC Messenger Start of February 2021 Save the Date! Scramble for Schools Charity Golf Tournament 'Match Madness' Fundraiser to Help Bring Storyteller to Schools Featured PD: Project-Based Learning Virtual CTE Conference Begins Next Week! Deadline . . .

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SHESC Messenger: End of January 2021

  SHESC Messenger End of January 2021 Applications Now Open for Schools of Character Recognition Take Advantage of Early Bird Pricing for 'Inspiring Educators Virtual Conference' Featured PD: Competency-Based Learning Virtual CTE Conference Includes Video on Demand: . . .

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Kansas State Schools of Character Recognition Program 2021

Schools and districts across the state are doing great things with social, emotional and character development. These efforts and accomplishments should be recognized and shared with other schools around the state. Please consider applying for one or more of the Kansas State Schools of Character recognitions.  The Shifting School Culture Recognition is for schools or districts that have developed and implemented . . .

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SHESC Messenger: Start of January 2021

  SHESC Messenger Start of January 2021 Registration Now Open for "Inspiring Educators Virtual Workshop" on February 15 Vo lume Purchasing: Get Ready for Winter! Four CTE Professional Development Opportunities Virtual CTE Conference Will Last Through February . . .

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COVID-19 Concerns Lead Discussion Topics at SHESC Online Legislative Forum

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 . . .

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SHESC Messenger: End of November 2020

  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 . . .

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