Intervention Night

Sponsored by Muskingum Valley ESC and local school districts

The Muskingum Valley ESC Intervention Night is designed to empower families that may be faced with attendance or behavioral problems in the academic environment. Students can be referred by their district, parents or Muskingum County Juvenile Court. This four-hour evening will be held at the Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center (MVESC) Zanesville Office, 205 N. Seventh Street, Zanesville, OH 43701.

For students, the program will feature character education, learning to make good choices, drug and alcohol prevention, safe use of social media and goal setting. Parents will gain tools to deal with challenges and learn how to resolve conflicts at home. Guest speakers also will share their stories of overcoming barriers to their success. Parents and students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the program.

Who can attend?

Students in grades 4-12
*One parent must accompany each student*

When?

One Thursday each month from 5 to 9 p.m. The program is available the following evenings:

  • February 22, 2018
  • March 29, 2018
  • April 26, 2018
  • May 24, 2018

Where?

Muskingum Valley ESC - Zanesville Office
205 N. Seventh Street
Zanesville, OH 43701

How to Refer?

School principals, Juvenile Court representatives and parents may refer students to an Intervention Night by completing and mailing a referral form to Anita Nessline at Muskingum Valley ESC or by emailing the form to anita.nessline@mvesc.org. The referral form, program flyer and sample Intervention Night agenda may be downloaded by clicking the links below.

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What Parents Are Saying...

"I hope my son learns to respect himself enough so he will become a productive, proud, successful man."

"I want my daughter to realize that every choice she makes affects the rest of her life."

What Students Are Saying...

"I learned that I need my education, so I must go to school every day."

"I liked the lessons and how some made me realize what I did was very wrong."