The Ohio Valley Educational Service Center (OVESC) Superintendent meeting held today in Marietta was a vibrant gathering of education professionals and community leaders. The meeting focused on updates and presentations from various organizations, including BB2C, Washington State Community College, and the McKinney Vento team.
The meeting began with presentations from Building Bridges to Careers (BB2C), a non-profit organization that works towards connecting students with career opportunities and Washington State Community College (WSCC). BB2C and WSCC both shared their recent activities and efforts to provide real-world experiences and career readiness for students in the OVESC region.
The McKinney Vento team from OVESC also presented updates on their Project Lift and Rent Smart programs, which aim to provide resources and support to students experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity. The team shared the impact of their programs on students and families, highlighting the importance of collaboration between schools and community organizations to address this critical issue.
The meeting also featured discussions on exciting future plans for member districts of the OVESC. These included initiatives focused on support for students. The discussions highlighted the importance of collaboration and partnership between schools, businesses, and community organizations to support students’ holistic development.
The Ohio Valley ESC Superintendent meeting was a productive gathering of education professionals and community leaders. The presentations and discussions highlighted the importance of collaboration and partnerships in addressing critical issues facing students and families in the region. The meeting showcased the dedication and commitment of the OVESC and its members to provide quality education and support for all students.