STEAM Excel is a cooperative program among all 19 Trumbull County schools and TCESC that provides students with an opportunity to develop their learning, literacy and life skills in the disciplines of technology, art, dance, drama, vocal and instrumental music. Students interact with instructors who are practicing in their area of expertise.
STEAM Explore provides students with an opportunity to identify and expand their interests and abilities in the areas of technology and the arts. Students in grades three through five are eligible to spend three days during the year in the program.
Fine Arts Program
The Fine Arts Program showcases poetry, sculpture, ceramics, prints, drawings and paintings created by students. There is also a poetry reading and musical performance. Students win scholarships and gift certificates for art supplies.
Challenge 24 is a mathematics game in which competitors use multiplication, addition, subtraction and division in various combinations to manipulate four numbers on a card to equal 24. TCESC and the Warren Tribune Chronicle holds their annual Challenge 24 Tournament in the Fall.
TCESC conducts Civic Day during which approximately 100 high school students from 20 high schools shadow community leaders throughout the county to learn about various jobs and responsibilities.
Prep Bowl is an academic competition in which students engage in a contest to answer questions from all areas of study. Students from 20 school districts participate at three levels: elementary (5th & 6th grade); junior high (7th & 8th grade); and high school (9th –12th grade).
County Spelling Bee
TCESC’s annual spelling bee is held at Liberty High School. Students representing 20 school districts participate in this contest, which is co-sponsored by the Youngstown Warren Regional Chamber. This Spelling Bee provides students with the opportunity to prepare for the annual spelling contests sponsored by the Warren Tribune Chronicle and the Youngstown Vindicator.