Educational Service Unit #3

ESU #3 Board Announcement!

The ESU #3 Board will meet at 7:00 pm for the Regular Board Meeting on Tuesday, June 18, 2024 at ESU #3's Gifford Farm located at 700 Camp Gifford Road, Bellevue, NE 68005.  The agendas for this meeting will be posted on our website. The public is welcome.

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ESU #3 Conference Center

ESU #3 adds a new disclaimer for Conference Center use. By participating in this event organized by ESU #3, you hereby grant permission to ESU #3 to use your image and likeness captured during the event for promotional and media purposes. This includes but is not limited to, photographs, videos, and audio recordings. If you wish to withdraw your consent regarding the use of your media, please reach out to the primary contact of this event.

Dr. Schnoes and Princess Sarah Culberson

Princess Sarah Culberson

Our CEO, Dr. Dan Schnoes, had the unique opportunity of meeting Princess Sarah Culberson! She is the Sierra Leone Princess, an author, humanitarian, and public speaker who shared a keynote on being “Better Together” and building a culture of belonging at the Nebraska Council of School Administrators Conference.
Read her full story at: sarahculberson.com.

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IST Committee Meeting

Our IST Department hosted a committee meeting with our member school districts representatives.

The group discussed projects and goals they want to achieve in the upcoming months. It was a great afternoon of collaboration with our districts!

Bellevue students with PLD

Professional Learning Department

Bellevue 3rd graders joined our Professional Learning Department to build three-dimensional creatures using cardboard as their main material. This fun day allowed students to use their imaginations, work on their problem-solving skills, and engage with their peers to form their creatures!

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We Are ESU #3

We serve 4 Counties, 18 school districts, 5,000+ educators, and 85,000+ students