Our County's Youngest Learners
Our Early Childhood programs focus on our youngest learners. We provide education and support services for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families.
Livingston County residents with special needs.
Livingston ESA provides services for families and students with disabilities from birth to age 26. Our team of specialists makes sure students have the tools and supports they need for their education.
Students and families in our county without a permanent residence.
We coordinate services for students so they can continue going to school. We also connect students and families with community services and housing assistance.
Students who prefer a non-traditional school environment.
Our WAY + Livingston program provides high school students with a personalized educational experience. Students work at their own pace, either online or at the program’s learning lab, or a combination of the two.
Students exploring careers.
Our career development programs give students in elementary through high school an opportunity to explore different career paths. Students learn employment skills and gain hands-on experience, and high school students can earn college credits or industry credentials.
Adult learners in our county.
Our Adult Education program helps adult students complete their high school diploma, prepare for the GED exam, or strengthen their academic or job skills.
We coordinate and deliver professional development courses that help staff expand their professional skills.
County-wide education tax dollars are used to help our schools expand educational opportunities, broaden student services, and operate more efficiently through shared services and purchasing power.