December 21, 2012
This month, thousands of U.S. troops serving oversees received holiday cards thanks to the efforts of Operation Greeting, a program started by Jamie Turner, a North Georgia resident and operations manager at Ombudsman Educational Services.
Turner started Operation Greeting in 2009, and in just four short years the program reached its goal of sending 10,000 cards to U.S. troops. During the holiday season, students and staff from Educational Services of America (ESA) and its two divisions, Ombudsman and Spectrum Center Schools and Programs created handmade cards to show gratitude and support to servicemen and women who are away from their families during this special time of year.
May 10, 2012
Educational Services of America (ESA) is the winner of the 2012 Citrix Innovation Award, an international award recognizing visionary organizations that use Citrix technology solutions to drive innovation and simplify information technology.
April 13, 2012
Spectrum Center Schools and Programs will host the 2012 STAR Parent Conference and Resource Fair from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 21 at the Spectrum Center Tara Hills Campus in San Pablo, Calif. Families in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties who have young children on the autism spectrum are invited to attend and learn more about local services, treatment, advocacy and research.