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Trenton Office

Upcoming Events

  • Sep 21, 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    ESU 15 Superintendents Regular Meeting Register by September 16
  • Book Club
    Book Club
    Mon 25 Sep
    Multiple Dates
    RSVP
    Sep 25, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    Teach Happier This School Year
  • Multiple Dates
    RSVP
    Sep 27, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Trenton, 334 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    How to SURVIVE & THRIVE as an early career educator
  • Oct 04, 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
    Educational Service Unit 15, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    First Principals Meeting of 2023-2024
  • Oct 19, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM CDT
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    Workshop focused on the MTSS process with built-in work time
  • Oct 26, 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM CDT
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    CPI Training 9 am - 2:30 pm ESU 15 - Trenton Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI) Certification Behavior De-Escalation Strategies Training
  • Nov 01, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM CDT
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    Target Audience Title I Administrators ~ Teachers ~ Support Staff
  • Nov 07, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM CST
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    Calling all Pre-K - 2nd Grade Teachers Ready to learn what subitizing is and why it matters
  • Nov 14, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM CST
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    If you're ready for a simplified, actionable, and highly effective professional development series around the science of reading, this cohort is for you!
  • Nov 17, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM CST
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    These are the first four workshops in the series of seven, Pyramid Model classroom practice trainings. In addition to the training, participants will receive coaching to support their implementation of these practices.
  • Nov 28, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM CST
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    Please be sure to register for each day separately
  • Jan 19, 2024, 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM CST
    Trenton, 344 Main St, Trenton, NE 69044, USA
    Marc Harpham with the McCook Fire Department will be facilitating. Great for anyone needing to update their CPR/1st Certification or for new staff.
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Welcome to Educational Service Unit #15

Educational Service Unit #15 was established according to Nebraska State Statutes 79-201 through 79-1243.  ESU 15 is an intermediate agency providing educational services to southwestern Nebraska schools in Chase, Dundy, Frontier, Hayes, Hitchcock, and Red Willow Counties.  Included in these counties are nine K-12 districts and one K-8 parochial school.  The area served covers approximately 5,041 square miles and includes approximately 3,543 K-12 students and 402 teachers.  ESU 15 provides "core services" as defined in Nebraska statutes.  ESU 15 employees 28 staff members to serve our member schools.

Educational Service Unit #15 is governed by an elected board of 10 members, one representative from each of the established districts.  The Legislature through LB 603 requires Nebraska ESUs to align election districts according to population.  Educational Service Unit #15 is divided into ten election districts of equal or substantially equal population.  The Educational Service Unit #15 board meets monthly at the educational service offices.

Helping #1 Educators   Build #1 Kids

Mission:

ESU 15, as a partner with our area schools and communities, will provide leadership and services to support the improvement of teaching and learning.

We Believe...

1. People are our most valued resource.

2. Students are the ultimate beneficiaries of our services.

3. Effective communication is key to the success of our organization.

4. In information driven decision-making.

5. We need to collaborate and cooperate with our schools to help them determine their needs, and then to be responsive and             accountable.

6. Professional growth for ESU 15 staff members is important in order to effectively lead and support our schools.

7. Our school districts' students, staff, parents, and communities shall have equitable access to services based on their needs.

8. Quality education is critical to the advancement of an ever-changing democratic society.

9. Quality education requires support, including personal dedication and the commitment of financial resources.

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