Our students and their future success depend on the changes we make today to secure the funding they need. The superintendents of the 25 public school districts in south central Washington's ESD 105 region strongly recommend the following priorities toward maintaining a continuous and equitable system of public education in our state.
The Columbian covered the OpenEdSci High School Summer Institute and caught teachers learning how to teach project-based science curriculum.
This spring we received nominations for five outstanding classified employees throughout our region to serve as our 2023 Regional Classified Employee of the Year. We are excited to share that Christopher Harris of the Selah School District has been selected as our ESD 105 Classified Employee of the Year for 2023!
We are excited to share that Shari Brink of the Selah School District has been selected as our ESD 105 Teacher of the Year for 2023!
There are more than 60 programs and cooperatives operated by ESD employees. Each of these offerings provide unique services to support student achievement in our region's schools.
Since the beginning of this program just a couple of years ago, 65 students have successfully passed their GED certificate program. Earn your GED with Open Doors 105!
Nearly 4,000 educators serve over 66,000 students in the 25 public school districts and over 23 state recognized tribal and private schools in ESD 105. Learn more about our schools.
Our ESD 105 early learning team serves kids ages 0-5 at 22 early learning sites. Learn more about our early learning programs and enroll online!
In 1969 OSPI created 9 Educational Service Districts to serve the school districts of Washington State. Learn more about how ESDs support student success!