The North Central Ohio Educational Service Center holds a long and proud tradition of educational excellence to provide quality services throughout our service region. In 1994, the Seneca County Board of Education and the Wyandot County Board of Education merged to form the Seneca/Wyandot Board of Education. In 1996, Marion County Board of Education merged with Seneca/Wyandot to become the North Central Ohio Educational Service Center, with local facilities in Seneca and Marion Counties.
In July 2007, North Central Ohio Educational Service Center became the fiscal agent for the Region 7 State Support Team enabling us to provide educational services for more than 61,000 children, 155 school buildings and 39 school districts in Region 7. The Region 7 State Support Team facility is centrally located in Manfield.
2008 brought more growth for the NCOESC with the expansion of services to Sandusky County. Currently, we employ nearly 350 educators and specialist working in our facities and directly with students in over 40 school districts in Ohio.