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 for moral action, fostering shared leadership and engaging families and communities as partners in the character-building effort. In Schools of Character, adults embrace their critical role . . .
Individual news items for members are here . The SHESC monthly newsletter is now published on our web site in PDF format. This allows readers to click on hyperlinks within the articles, e-mail SHESC staff members directly, and save a digital copy of the newsletter. Previous months' newsletters will be available too. We hope this makes the newsletter more convenient and user-friendly. To view the most recent newsletter . . .
SHESC is currently able to supply KN95 respirator masks while supplies last to educational, non-profit, and governmental organizations. NEW: Small orders of masks may be available at a slightly higher cost and longer wait time. Contact Adam Pracht at email@example.com for details. Click the image of the order form below to download a form-fillable pdf. Complete it and upload it (along with a purchase . . .
SHESC has scheduled its workshops and events for Summer 2020. The workshops and events are listed on the SHESC Calendar which is available HERE . To see a complete description of the workshop and additional details, click the workshop title on the calendar. A workshop flyer can be downloaded here. We have removed the summer brochure from the website because we . . .
The landscape of education in Kansas has been profoundly reshaped as state leaders work to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. During these unprecedented times, Smoky Hill Education Service Center is here to provide support and guidance, while still protecting the health of SHESC employees and those at our member institutions. SHESC administration has already made the following changes, . . .
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 15 community volunteers – guided the poverty simulation for more than 50 participants. “You’re playing a role, but it’s not really a game,” Girodat said. . . .
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