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Drivers Education AdDRIVER EDUCATION

SESC Driver Education Course meets the Board of Education Law and Policy and the Utah Core Standards for classroom theory requirement for a driver’s license.
 
Students must qualify to enroll, follow the four steps to get registered. This course is classroom only and pass/fail - no school credit will be given. Student must meet all requirements before registration.

 

SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL SUPPORT

We invite you to look at our Social and Emotional Support Resources
Utah Regional Education Service Agency Directors have collaborated with entities to put together social emotional supports, resources, and videos, with the use of CARES funding-UETN grant to help educators. These videos and resources include the Covid Compendium, Effective Educational Strategies, and Why Try Resilient Boosters. The SESC Team strives to provide resources and tools to help augment educator success throughout our SESC Region. Our Team hopes that you will find benefit in the resources provided.
 

Wild Utah Aware PosterMEDIA CENTER

Our newest teacher toolbox is made possible through the generosity of the Sorenson Legacy Foundation and Utah’s Hogle Zoo, together with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) and the Utah State University Cooperative Extension, have partnered to develop tools to educate individuals and communities about how to live, work, and recreate safely in wildlife habitats in Utah.              Media Center
 

TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION

Picture of Nathan and JolynMeet our technology integration specialists Nathan and Jolynn. We assist administrators and teachers in our region with  equitable and cost effective services and programs for students in rural Utah. As technology integration specialists, we collaborate to support best practices in implementing classroom technology and instruct teachers and students in the classroom. We provide integration of technology to enhance existing lesson plans.

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Online Safety - Digital Citizenship Resources

As part of the educational process of Southeast Education Service Center (SESC), we understand how crucial the internet is to the everyday lives of those individuals or groups we serve and recognize the seemingly infinite resources for teaching and learning the internet provides.
 
We also understand that there are those places on the internet that can be harmful and as a result we know that we must educate all, including K-12 students who use an Internet connection or service provided by the Southeast Education Service Center on the best practices for internet safety and literacy.  UEN Resources
 
On May 17, 2012 - SESC in a regularly scheduled public board meeting adopted an Internet Safety Policy to be amended to the SESC's existing Acceptable Use Policy for Technology.  This allows SESC to comply with the Children's Internet Protection Act (also known as CIPA) - click here to learn more about CIPA
 

Quiz Bowl IconWe host regional quiz bowl tournaments online and in person. High School & Middle School Divisions. Varsity & JV Teams compete to answer questions from all areas of knowledge, including history, literature, science, fine arts, current events, popular culture, sports, and more.

Click here for more information and tournament schedules

Spelling Bee ClipartWe are proud to host the regional spelling bee competition where the winner will compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee located in Washington D.C.  This years Regional winner is Jocelyne Francom, Monticello, UT.  She likes to play the piano and the trumpet. She is a pescatarian who enjoys baking and is a Marvel fan.  Her favorite book is "Divergent" by Veronica Roth.  

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