“It was wonderful to bring teachers together for this event,” said Stacy Meyer, Science Coordinator at ESD 112. “For the past couple of years we have been offering OpenSciEd trainings on Zoom, but that doesn’t come close to the kinds of excitement and engagement that happens with in-person .”
In July, 65 middle school science teachers representing 42 different school districts and organizations from across Washington state gathered to attend the OpenSciEd Summer Institute, held in Vancouver, Washington. Those in attendance gathered for the in-person training to learn about OpenSciEd curr...
Educational Service District (ESD) 112 is seeking applicants to fill the unexpired term of the Director District #5 board position. The position is vacant following the death of Marilyn Koenninger, who honorably served on the [...]
Educational Service District 112 presented regional awards on behalf of the Washington Association of School Administrators (WASA) to honor and recognize educational administrators and community members who have made extraordinary contributions to K–12 education. The [...]
Former Vancouver Public Schools (VPS) and Camas School District (CSD) facilities planning leader, Heidi Rosenberg, has been selected to serve as Director District #3 on the Educational Service District (ESD) 112 Board of Directors. Rosenberg [...]
Former Educational Service District 112 (ESD 112) Board President Steve Wrightson is retiring from the board of directors after 18 years of service. He attended his last board meeting on Tuesday, April 26. Wrightson, a [...]
ESD 112 acknowledges and honors the traditional lands of the Cowlitz and Chinook Tribes, Lower Columbia Peoples, Shoalwater Bay Tribe and the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation, on which our school districts reside in what is now Southwest Washington. We pay respect to the elders and caretakers that have stewarded these lands throughout generations and that are still here today.