The St. Clair County Regional Educational Service Agency is one of 56 intermediate school districts in Michigan. RESA provides unique, cost-efficient support services to the county's seven K-12 public school districts.

Our mission is to partner to educate, inform, inspire, and serve our communities.

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Have FUN while exploring careers in high-demand fields

Explore your interests this summer with the Design 4 the Future summer camps at RESA. All camps are led by experienced teachers and industry professionals with the goals of having fun, putting tools in your hands, and introducing you to career opportunities.

Summer Camps information and registration

Summer camp offers ‘LINK’ to Woodland studentsThree participants from the 2016 LINK program

Middle school and high school-age students can apply now to be part of the Woodland Developmental Center’s third annual LINK summer camp. LINK participants will be “linked” to a classroom where they will work with students who have various disabilities to help promote both independent skills and socialization with their peers.

The LINK camp is held on five consecutive Thursdays from July 19 to Aug. 16 at Woodland, 499 Range Road, Marysville, on the RESA campus. LINK volunteers are unpaid, but receive a free breakfast and lunch each day, as well as a camp T-shirt. They must provide their own transportation.

Applicants must submit two letters of recommendation from their local school district, and an essay explaining why they want to be a LINK.

This camp may be particularly valuable for students considering teaching, social work, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech or the medical field as careers. It also can serve as community service hours.

Email questions to Rory Ayotte, Woodland social worker, or (810) 455-4366.

LINK Summer Camp informational flyer

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New program offers TEC students college credit

A new program through St. Clair County RESA will give students an opportunity to learn technical skills and get a two-year college degree at no additional cost.

Starting fall 2018, students attending RESA's Technical Education Center (TEC) can participate in the new Career and Technical Middle College. This program is a partnership between RESA, the county's seven public K-12 school districts, and St. Clair County Community College.
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