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Join Our Team!

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Posted Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Substitute Job Fair!

Are you seeking a flexible work schedule? Substituting could be the perfect fit for you! Visit our Job Fair to discover more about this exciting opportunity!

Substitute Job Fair, July 9th

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Posted Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Fall Professional Development Catalog

Our Fall Professional Development Catalog is officially live! Explore the catalog for a diverse range of opportunities that cater to your professional growth goals. Stay tuned for additional offerings. Enroll today to secure your place!

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Posted Monday, June 3, 2024

End of Year Newsletter

Our End of Year Newsletter is here! We are excited to share our latest newsletter filled with our accomplishments and highlights from this school year. Explore the incredible work of students, staff, and community.

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Posted Thursday, May 30, 2024

ESCWR Strategic Plan

Join us in celebrating the dedication and hard work of our staff at the recent unveiling of our organization's strategic plan. The presentation marked the culmination of months of collaboration and effort. We appreciate our staff immensely for their commitment, passion, and dedication. We are excited to implement our strategic plan and drive our organization toward a successful future. 

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Posted Thursday, May 9, 2024

ESCWR secures funds for teen driver education

We have secured $53,760 in funding from Ohio's "Drive to Succeed Scholarship Program" to support teenage drivers in Lake, Geauga, and Portage counties. The program aims to alleviate financial burdens for families, particularly the cost of driving schools, and ensure that eligible teenage drivers receive expanded driver training. Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that 35 school districts and government agencies will receive grants totaling $2,495,655 from the program, benefiting about 5,500 students in 43 counties. Our partnership with the Suburban Driving School will enable over 100 students from five high schools to benefit from reduced-cost driver training. The initiative is crucial due to statistics showing that traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers in America. By providing access to driver training programs, we aim to equip teenage drivers with the skills and experience for safe road usage, contributing to safer communities. Interested parties can contact us for more information or inquiries regarding program eligibility at 440-350-2563. View the full article in the News Herald here

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Posted Thursday, April 25, 2024

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