In 2016-2017, the Western New York Educational Service Council will celebrate its 67th
year serving school districts in Western New York. Those of you who have been members understand the many benefits of belonging to the organization.
When budgets get tight, when boards scrutinize, and when the public demands accountability, superintendents have to make decisions accordingly. That's why we want to remind you once again why membership in the WNYESC is a great value. Think about the following benefits and their savings.
Whether you are searching for professional development programs, recruitment assistance, leadership development, research, or help with planning and decision-making, the Western New York Educational Service Council, since 1949, has offered you the guidance and support you need.
WNYESC is a nonprofit educational organization chartered by the Regents of the State University of New York to serve public and private schools in all eight counties of Western New York. Our mission is to meet the emerging needs of the educational community in Western New York.
Benefits of being a Member of the WNYESC:
Professional Development Programs
Professional development programs on a monthly basis for administrators
Discounted registrations for the Annual Education Law Conference
Reduced fees for Executive Leader Study Groups and School Administrator Seminar Series
Summer administrative retreats, thematically customized for single districts with similar needs
Board/Superintendent "Strategic Planning" or "Roles and Relationships"
User- Fee Consultant Studies, Audits and Services (Discounted rates for affiliates)
Human Resources Advisory Service (full year service program)
Special Education Efficiency Study
Curriculum and Literacy Audit (Special Ed, K-6 or K -12)
Financial Audits and Planning
Guidance and Pupil Personnel Studies
Administrative (or Staff) Restructuring
Transportation, Attendance Area or Redistricting Studies
Buildings and Grounds Efficiency Studies
Board/Superintendent Roles, Relationships, Planning or Teaming