The ESC partners with districts and schools to provide a cost-effective method to meet requirements of attendance and truancy legislation, investigate truancies, approve home education requests, and perform residency verifications.
The ESC offers crisis prevention and intervention training to teach safety and security for students and staff when addressing a continuum of behavioral issues.
EPSEA is an ESC program funded by Franklin County Children Services (FCCS) aiming to boost the educational achievement of students in foster care utilizing social and emotional learning competencies.
The ESC of Central Ohio receives funding to provide tutoring services to students in our districts. These programs are both legs of AmeriCorps and exist to provide one-on-one and small group support to those identified as below-proficient in either literacy or math.
The ESC supports flexible service options to meet the specific needs of districts by providing licensed/certified mental health specialists and school social workers.
Direct access to interpreters in over 250 languages, available 24/7/365. Connect to your Limited English Proficient, Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing students and families with the touch of a button.
The STEP program focuses on improving physical literacy skills to improve academic performance. Physical Literacy is the mastering of the core physical skills of balance, coordination, and eye-tracking through personalized exercises.
The ESC offers a comprehensive list of related services for students including behavior intervention, mental health, motor, school psychology and more.
School-court liaisons convene due process hearings to investigate the causes of a student’s unexcused absences and develop an agreement to improve school attendance to avoid formal court action.
The SAFE program help teens and adults examine their choices in the context of fact-based risk assessment to promote happier, healthier lives.