A friendly reminder for anyone visiting the Longview Early Childhood Center - there is no parking in the bus loop during busing hours. Thank you!
MCESA is proud to be a partner and supporter of United Way of Midland County as we are in the midst of our annual campaign.
Free preschool for four-year-olds is now available at MCESA's Longview site. Qualifications and full details are available at preschoolpartnership.org
This month we honor all principals who continuously adapt to new challenges and provide a significant impact on the success of students. Celebrate and thank a principal today!
The Midland County Emergency Food Pantry Network will host a mobile pantry on Wednesday, Oct. 13 for those in need. Full details including information on how to register are available in the flyer below.
Are you looking for a change? MCESA is hiring Early Childhood Assistant Teachers! Application details are available at http://www.ith1.com/job-listings.html
This week is Neighboring Week! Here are a few fun ways you can get involved and help build a stronger community.
If you were at our Sugnet Building or drove by this week, you may have noticed the colorful mural in the front of the building in honor of Neighboring Week (September 7 through October 3). MCESA was proud to be the host of this traveling mural this week to support this initiative. Learn how you can get involved in this community-wide event by visiting www.midlandfoundation.org/neighboringweek/
If you were unable to attend the ETH job fair yesterday but are still interested in a paraprofessional opportunity, reach out to Bridgett Petsnick at 989-631-5890, ext. 125 to learn more!
Are you or someone you know looking for a flexible or consistent work schedule? ETH is now hiring paraprofessionals and hosting a job fair on Thursday, September 23 for anyone who is interested. Full details are available in the flyer linked: https://5il.co/z75x
If you haven't already, be sure to download the MCESA app to receive all of the latest news and notifications right at your fingertips!
We are hiring! A list of opportunities currently available may be viewed here: https://www.midlandesa.org/page/employment
October is Cultural Awareness Month, and to celebrate, the Cultural Awareness Coalition is holding a creativity contest for the community! All are invited to creatively express and share their stories related to connection and reconnection. Submissions are due October 1. Full details are available in the flyer linked: https://5il.co/yowf
Staff are once again able to purchase MCESA apparel through McCreadie in Midland before September 24. Once orders are complete, they will be available for pickup directly from McCreadie. Take a look at the store here: https://www.smore.com/kxaeg-mcesa-clothing-store?ref=email
MCESA buildings will be closed Friday, September 3 through Monday, September 6 in observance of Labor Day weekend. Classes will resume on Tuesday, September 7. We hope everyone has a safe and restful holiday.
There will be no school for the Post-Secondary programs at the MCESA Sugnet site on Tuesday, August 31 to allow for additional cleanup from flooding. SK12 will return to school on Tuesday, August 31.
MCESA wishes all students and educators in Midland County a great start to the 2021-2022 school year!
There will be no school on Monday, August 30 at the Midland County ESA Sugnet site due to flooding. This includes all three post secondary classrooms and SK12.
You've seen MCESA's new website, but did you know we have an app, too? Be sure to download it on the App Store or Google Play!
The Midland County Department of Public Health has shared an updated School COVID-19 Quick Reference Guide. This document includes examples that should be helpful in discerning the course of action following a potential COVID-19 exposure: https://5il.co/xq2u