The Summit Educational Service Center recently welcomed two new members to its
Barry and Tina Young were sworn into office at the January 21 organizational
meeting. Both were elected in November to serve terms that run
through December 2023.
a resident of Cuyahoga Falls and a Deputy Court Clerk with Akron Municipal
Court, said she looks forward to making more people aware of services offered
by the ESC and to helping further support programming for students with
disabilities. Young resides in Green and owns Young’s Auction
Center, along with her husband. As a mother of four, she wants to
help provide the building blocks of education. She said she decided
to run for the Board because she believes in giving back to the community.
am thrilled to have two new members on our Board, both of whom bring fresh
ideas and insight to our organization,” said Summit ESC Superintendent Joseph
Iacano. “We remain committed to providing quality services that support
teaching and learning opportunities.”
at the January meeting, Michael Chadsey was elected to serve as Board President
for 2020, while Patricia Weber was elected as Vice President. James
Carr rounds out the five-member ESC Governing Board.
Summit ESC, based in Cuyahoga Falls, works with school districts in Northeast
Ohio to provide contract-based services, such as audiology, speech therapy,
behavior therapy and professional development opportunities for school