Mission Statement

The purpose of the Ashtabula County Educational Service Center is to be a high performing organization that enables districts to achieve Excellence.

Phone:  (440) 576-9023

Fax:  (440) 576-3065

Superintendent  – Mr. John M. Rubesich

Treasurer – Ms. Mary F. Gillespie

Governing Board
Barbara Klingensmith, President
William W. Hill, Vice President
Gus Saikaly, Member
Sharon Schoneman, Member
Dr. Harlan S. Waid, Jr., Member

 

 

4200 State Road, Ashtabula, Ohio 44004
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Information and Resources

  • STEM RESOURCES

    BELIEVE IN OHIO PROGRAM  — Click Here to Go to Their Website WHAT IS THE BELIEVE IN OHIO PROGRAM? Believe

     
  • 2016-17 Resident Educator Program Resources

    2016-17 Resident Educator Program Resources

    The Ohio Resident Educator Program began in 2011, and has evolved to a comprehensive multi-year induction program, resulting in Professional

     
  • Book Bags offer Fun Reading Activities

    “Book Bags” give parents an easy way to keep their children’s reading skills sharp with fun activities arranged around five

     
  • Eastern Ohio Education Partnership

    Eastern Ohio Education Partnership

    Eastern Ohio Education Partnership is a 501(c)(3) designed to be the backbone organization that brings sectors of the community together

     
 

Services and Programs

  • Ashtabula Personnel Department / Human Resources / LPDC

    Ashtabula Personnel Department / Human Resources / LPDC

      Christina Ray, M.Ed., Human Resources Director (440) 576-9023   Ext. 5583       CERTIFIED STAFF: RENEWING YOUR LICENSE CERTIFIED

     
  • County Scholastic Bowl

    County Scholastic Bowl

    Scholastic Bowl Dr. Debra Quinn, Gifted/Talented Supervisor (440-576-9023)   The Ashtabula County ESC annually organizes the Ashtabula County Scholastic Bowl.

     
  • County Spelling Bee

    County Spelling Bee

    Dr. Debra Quinn, Gifted/Talented Supervisor (440-576-9023)   The Ashtabula County ESC Annually Sponsors the County-wide Spelling Bee. Champion Spellers from

     
  • County Art Student Recognition

    County Art Student Recognition

    High School Art teachers select an art student from their school whose art work represents the goals and desired outcomes

     
  • Support for Exceptional Children (Special Education)

    Support for Exceptional Children (Special Education)

    Glen Blabolil, Supervisor Sarah Baumgardner, Supervisor Ginger Blabolil, Supervisor ACESC – Information Gifted Programs – ACESC Special Education Forms –

     
  • Ashtabula County Mentorship Program

    Ashtabula County Mentorship Program

    The Mentorship Program, offered through the Ashtabula County Schools in cooperation with Growth Partnership For Ashtabula County, provides an opportunity