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Kona Ice at First Day of School at WCLC

Kona Ice at First Day of School at WCLCStudents and staff from the Warren County Learning Center enjoyed a frozen treat from Kona Ice to celebrate the first day of school. It was great to see old and new friends. We are all looking forward to a successful, safe, and fun 2019/20 school year!

First days back at TLC

First days back at TLC!! Lots of team building and getting to know you activities!! Looking forward to a great year!!


Trauma course - Aug 8-9, 2019

On August 9th over 1,000 school bus staff from 29 school districts in southwest Ohio attended an in-service at Mason High School on behavioral issues on the bus with a focus on autism. Speaker Patrick Mulick provided the workshop Autism: What It Means to US, What It Means to Them. The in-service was more than just an overview of Autism Spectrum Disorders, but an in-depth guide of how the world looks to the individual with autism, and how we should be looking back. Simple strategies were shared through explanation, demonstration, and role playing.

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Mission Statement

At Warren County Educational Service Center, we believe in being
a resource to our community partnerships through a holistic life span approach by:

-Collaborating with school districts and communities to develop customized programming for at-risk individuals and families.
-Delivering high-quality services in a cost-effective manner.
-Establishing a supportive environment that promotes growth opportunities, encourages
leadership,and embraces diversity and inclusion.
-Providing safe learning environments for the communities we serve.
-Enhancing the quality of life for a diverse population of learners with opportunities for growth and transformation.