Kansas State Treasurer Lynn Rogers visited Smoky Hill Education Service Center in Salina in June to return more than $6,500 in unclaimed property to SHESC. The visit was part of the treasurer’s tour of the state, returning millions . . .
After a year’s hiatus, 87 participants played through misty conditions at the 24th annual Smoky Hill Education Foundation “Scramble for Schools” Golf Tournament on June 1. The annual fundraiser brought . . .
State School of Character Criteria for selection are based on Character.org’s 11 Principles of Character, which include providing students with opportunities for moral action, fostering . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
State School of Character and Honorable Mention School of Character Criteria for selection are based on Character.org’s 11 Principles of Character, which include providing students with opportunities . . .
SHESC is currently able to supply KN95 respirator masks while supplies last to educational, non-profit, and governmental organizations. Click the image of the order form below to download a form-fillable pdf. Complete it and . . .
UPDATE ON SHESC EVENTS AS OF AUGUST 2020 At Smoky Hill Education Service Center, health and safety are our foremost concern, while we continue to offer services, help and guidance in the most consistent way . . .
Educators with USD 298 Lincoln experienced a hint of life in poverty on January 3. John Girodat and Noalee McDonald-Augustine, Smoky Hill Education Service Center Consultants – along with the assistance of about . . .
Area educators brought priorities directly to state lawmakers at Smoky Hill Education Service Center’s 30th annual legislative luncheon on November 14. School funding, healthcare and statewide economic development . . .
Smoky Hill Education Service Center has received a grant of $249,998 for the development of anonymous reporting solutions in addressing school safety. The Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs (OJP), announced the grant to . . .
It is not an easy message. It is not supposed to be. Darrell Scott, co-founder of Rachel’s Challenge, clearly shared his daughter’s message of courageous compassion to a group of about 70 on Monday, October . . .
Years before joining Smoky Hill Education Service Center as one of its newest consultants, John Girodat was a high school principal having a difficult conversation with a teenager about to drop out of high school. “I asked him if . . .
A New Look for SmokyHill.org The Smoky Hill Education Service Center website received a brand-new look and updated features in May 2019! Additional maintenance will continue over the summer, with the process completed in . . .
Kids are in school to learn; they shouldn’t also have to worry about how to handle a threat of violence they overhear or bullying behavior they observe. Thanks to a partnership between Smoky . . .