TCESC students, faculty collect food for families
Trumbull County Educational Service Center staff members and students collected 60 bags of nonperishable groceries for Niles Community Services.
The effort was part of a Thanksgiving community service project. Staff and students in 43 preschool, multiple disabilities and emotionally disturbed classrooms located throughout Trumbull County collected items through the month. The food items will be distributed to families in need in the Niles area.
TCESC provides educational leadership and instruction in the areas of curriculum development, special education and technology. The center employs more than 200 teachers, therapists, psychologists and other specialists who work directly with about 3,500 students in 20 school districts.
In addition, the center conducts professional-growth seminars for about 2,000 teachers each year. Serving as a link between the Ohio Department of Education and the schools, the center works in conjunction with the school districts to provide programs that promote the highest levels of learning for children in Trumbull County.