The Clark County Educational Service Center: Inspiring Achievement

Stacia A. Smith, Ph.D., NBCT, Superintendent

CCESC celebrates a milestone by receiving ownership of the Garfield Building.

Pictured Above from Left to Right
Nathan Kennedy, County Administrator
David Hartley, County Commissioner
Richard Lohnes, County Commissioner
Dr. Stacia Smith, CCESC Superintendent
John Detrick, County Commissioner

Superintendent's Career Highlights

Whose Idea Is It?

ESC Fee Services

CCESC Creative Artworks - Publications with Pizzazz! Click HERE for more info!

Welcome to the Clark County Educational Service Center's Web Page. The Clark County ESC provides support services to the six local and one city school district in Clark County. Together these districts enroll over 26,000 students.

Services provided by the Clark ESC include special education program development and supervision, psychologists and other related service providers, multihandicapped and preschool classes. Classes for students with emotional disturbances, for students with significant sensory issues, safe school program coordination, curriculum development and supervision, a media library and professional development.

The professional development program provides inservice training for over 3,000 teacher attendees each year.      Learn More >>



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