Welcome to a new and exciting school year! We hope you had a wonderful summer break, filled with opportunities to learn and grow. The staff is thrilled that you have entrusted your children’s education to us. We will make every effort to help your child achieve academically and socially this year. It is our goal to create an enriched learning environment that engages each student. Of course, we need and welcome your support and cooperation. You play a key role in the academic success of our students; therefore, school/parent communication is crucial.
Canton Educational Services Center has an excellent teaching staff with a wealth of knowledge. The staff is dedicated to building a safe, compassionate community of lifelong learners who are scholars, creators, critical thinkers and problem solvers. We believe high expectations yield academic transformation for all students. We continue to be committed to doing our part in ensuring your child achieves academic excellence; and we look forward to working with you to guarantee that our goal is achieved.
Make your child’s prompt attendance to school a priority.
Canton Educational Services Center’s School Day is 7:30 a.m.– 2:00 p.m.
Our instructional program will be far more effective with your active participation. Please send your children to us well behaved, on time, equipped with the proper materials, and ready to learn. We, in-turn will send them home to you prepared to meet the challenges of the future. Your presence is not only welcomed, but it is greatly needed! Attached you will find key information about the start of the school year. We look forward to working with each and every one of you. Together we will make this an awesome school year!
The CESC looks to support and assist every school in the Canton Public School
District with developing and educating those students who have been removed
from their traditional setting and assigned to CESC. The purpose of the CESC is
to return each student to their home school with better skill set that will enable
them flourish academically and socially.
To rehabilitate students’ behavior, social, and educational well-being. We want them to leave with a better understanding of themselves and better prepared to deal with all aspects that come with being in the regular school setting.