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Smoky Hill Education Service Center's Mission Statement is:  "In partnership with school districts, we promote success for learners by providing superior services."

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SHESC's Coaching Boys Into Men Program Makes the News

In partnership with the Domestic Violence Association of Central Kansas (DVACK) with support from the Salina Area United Way, SHESC's Noalee McDonald-Augustine presented a training session on Coaching Boys Into Men to area coaches at the recently opened Salina Fieldhouse on Monday, August 21st.   KSAL featured the program in a post on its web site.  The complete article is available here .  Thank you to KSAL and Karen Shade for helping spread the message about the important role that coaches play in preventing violence and creating a culture of respect.  As fall sports seasons begin across the country, it is important to remember to play and coach with respect.

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Safari Edventure Day 2017

October 6, 2017

Are you searching for a great educational opportunity for your students?  Plan now to participate in Safari Edventure Day 2017! SAFARI EDVENTURE will be October 6th at Rolling Hills Zoo. Grab your students, book a bus and join Smoky Hill Education Service Center and Rolling Hills Zoo for a unique education event, Safari Adventure Day! Join students from across Kansas to venture through the zoo and participate in hands-on workshops designed to teach science and culture. Participating students will enjoy the opportunity to learn through fun and unique lessons and educational activities. Students in grades Kindergarten - 7th grade are invited to attend! Safari Edventure 2017 Flyer and . . .

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March 5-6, 2018 - Manhattan, KS

Join us this March 5th & 6th at the Hilton Garden Inn and Convention Center in Manhattan, KS for the third annual Kansans Can and DO Symposium. Collaborate with your peers, strategize with your administrative team, and discover creative ways to lead the world in the success of each student. Symposium Highlights      -Learn from Kansas school districts that are already implementing great programs that align with the Kansans Can initiative.     -Collaborate with your administrative team and teams from districts across the state as you plan for the upcoming year.     -Learn practical ideas and strategies to assist you in taking a . . .

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