Hamilton County ESC’s logo is composed of a signature, icon, and tagline.
The icon is a circle composed of two specific colors divided down the middle, with the letters “esc” across the center, and an arrow at the top of the circle pointing upward. The circle or “esc ball” is proceded by the signature “hamilton county.” The logo may include our tagline, “Solving your challenges. Simplifying your life.” The tagline may be to the right of the icon or underneath the signature and icon together.
Using the Hamilton County ESC Logo
The Hamilton County ESC Logo Standards and Usage guidelines provides an overview on how to use the Hamilton County ESC logo to effectively communicate our brand. Prior to using the logo all relationships with organizations must be approved by Hamilton County ESC.
Logos are available in JPEG and EPS formats. For logos and information on co-branding with Hamilton County ESC, contact:
Rob Kovacs, Communications Coordinator
The Hamilton County Educational Service Center Treasurer’s Office is responsible for all financial operations of the ESC, as well as the Center for Collaborative Solutions. Included responsibilities are payroll and benefits administration, accounts payable, accounts receivable, Federal and State grants, billing and financial reporting. The Hamilton County ESC’s Treasurer’s Office also serves as the fiscal agent for the Greater Cincinnati Insurance Consortium and the Southwest Ohio Organization of School Health.
No Surprises Act
This legislation provides rules and processes to protect health plan members from balance billing that may arise from non-network provider utilization that is out of the member’s control. An example could be, an individual having surgery at an in-network facility, by an in-network physician, but the anesthesiologist, which they have no control over, is out of network.
Publicly Available Cost Information/Transparency In Coverage
This legislation requires health insurers and group health plans to make available negotiated rates for in-network providers and allowed amounts for out-of-network providers, derived from historical claims.
Anthem link: https://www.anthem.com/machine-readable-file/search/
This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data.
Communication and Marketing Services
Hamilton County ESC offers customized services to meet your district’s communication needs and budget.
Ongoing communications support (social media, district website, media relations, writing and editing, publications, crisis communications, and special projects).
Assess the effectiveness of your district’s current communication efforts.
Support and develop the communication skills of building and district leaders.
Expertise and guidance to help you navigate through any crisis situation.
Professional to help manage communications when you are faced with temporary or short-term staffing gaps.
Graphic Design & Printing
Our team offers full-service design, printing, and creative services.
We use our knowledge, creativity, and graphic design experience to create beautiful layouts, designs, and illustrations that demonstrate your district’s uniqueness and effectively communicate your message. Our designs are original and created specifically for your organization in a style that complements your branding.
Our design work includes annual reports, banners, letterhead, business cards, brochures, postcards, flyers, posters, banners, signs, and logos.
We offer both high-quality full-color and black/white printing at an affordable price with a fast turnaround time. The quality we place into printing the project is enhanced by the quality we put into finishing the project.
Our in-house print shop offers:
- Digital storage enables customers to order and receive last-minute recurring print projects.
- Digital and hard copy capability, from 1 copy to 100,000 copies. No project is too big or too small. Our print shop team has close to 60 years of combined experience and can knowledgeably help guide customers to a finished project.
- A variety of finishing capabilities, from stapling, tape binding, and folding to saddle stitching, GBC binding, and coil binding.
- Large format printing for engaging and colorful posters.
Print & Facility Support Specialist
Accessibility of Digital Information
Hamilton County ESC is committed to ensuring that all material on its websites are accessible.
We are taking steps to update our Web content to meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) as proposed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Our goal is to provide Web content that achieves AA conformance as prescribed by the W3C, while also complying with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
If you experience difficulty with the accessibility of any web pages or documents, please request materials in an alternate format by submitting the form below or call Human Resources at 513-674-4248. You will receive a response within 5 working days.
Hamilton County ESC offers online classes on several different platforms. Access your portal by clicking the correct icon below. Please contact your instructor for information on which platform is being used for your class.
Delay/Closing Information for Hamilton County ESC Administrative Offices and Conference Center
Meeting/Event Participants: Please check your email for a message from the meeting/event owner or instructor regarding the status of a meeting or event that may be delayed or rescheduled. Meetings or events held at ELP follow the Winton Woods School District delay/closing procedures.
Hamilton County ESC Staff: Review emergency closing and delay information in the HCESC Employee Handbook under: Emergency Closing Inclement Weather.
Work with us… at Hamilton County ESC!
Are you ready to take on new challenges and experience a rewarding and successful career? Hamilton County ESC colleagues share a common vision of being the absolute best they can be as individuals. Collectively, we leverage our talents to provide the ultimate in service to schools and children.
Reader and interpreter services are available.
For this and other accommodations, contact Human Resources at 513.674.4243.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and endeavor to provide the highest quality service through employing professionals selected for their competence and expertise.
Please read our full Notice of Non-Discrimination.
Be a substitute and save the day!
Dreaming of being a superhero? If you have a strong sense of purpose, unwavering compassion for children, and a desire to save day – we want you on our team!
Comprehensive Substitute Solutions provides for the hiring, management, and payroll of substitute teachers, aides, custodians, food service, and secretaries in over 30 Southwest Ohio districts.
Find jobs in southwest Ohio schools
OhioTeachingJobs.org is the gateway to finding positions for employment within southwest Ohio schools.
OhioTeachingJobs.org has hundreds of jobs are available now. High school, middle school, and elementary teaching positions along with administrative, certified, and classified jobs. We also help districts fill positions in food service, custodial, secretarial, bus, athletic coaching, substitute teaching, and more.
Information for Parents and Guardians
Home Education / Home Schooling
Hamilton County ESC provides Home Education / Home Schooling Services for the following school districts: Finneytown, Northwest, Oak Hills, and Southwest. If you reside in one of these districts and want to Home Educate / Home School your child, download our Home Schooling Packet. For any school district not listed, please contact the school district directly.
Iowa Assessments: To help homeschool families to meet the academic assessment report requirement set forth in rule 3301-12-01 of the administrative code, Hamilton County ESC will be offering the online Iowa Test of Basic Skills (ITBS) Form E Complete Battery.
Additional information concerning Home Education and Home Schooling can be found at the Ohio Department of Education.
Early Childhood Integrated Programs
- Parent Healthcare and Healthcare Provider Letter (PDF)
- Parent Handbook for the Early Childhood Centers located at Assumption, Holmes, Indian Hill, and Terrace Park (PDF)
Good nutrition and regular physical activity affect the health and well-being of children. Furthermore, research suggests that there is a positive correlation between a student’s health and well-being and his/her ability to learn. Schools can play an important role in the developmental process by which students establish their health and nutrition habits by providing nutritious meals and snacks through the schools’ meal programs, by supporting the development of good eating habits, and by promoting increased physical activity both in and out of school.