Regence's grant will allow health screening teams from the Multnomah Education Service District (MESD) to provide dental, scoliosis and vision screenings for more than 20,000 students.
What does MESD stand for?
MESD stands for Multnomah Education Service District
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We have 24 other meanings of MESD in our Acronym Attic
- Manufacturers Engineering Services Company (Charlotte, NC)
- Mess Corporal (US Navy)
- Midwest Enduro Stock Car Series (Wisconsin)
- Ministry of Higher Education Science and Technology
- Marine Environmental Sciences Division (Bedford Institute of Oceanography; Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Medical Enterprise Service Desk (various companies)
- Metro Ethernet Switching Deployment (Cisco course)
- Millville Elementary School District (Millville, CA)
- Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (Romania)
- Multi-Exposure Single Development
- Maine Software Developers Association
- Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts
- Malaysian Exchange of Securities Dealing & Automated Quotation
- Mars Exploration Student Data Teams (Arizona State University)
- Management Economic Simulation Exercise
- Marketing Educational Series for Entrepreneurs (Market4Demand; California)
- Maximum Entropy Spectrum Estimation
- Mediterranean Eating in Scotland Experience (Glasgow, Scotland, UK)
- Midsize Enterprise Summit Europe
- Mission Essential Support Equipment
Samples in periodicals archive:
The new superintendent will replace Ron Hitchcock, who resigned last spring after two years on the job to take the deputy superintendent post at the Multnomah Education Service District in Portland.
She served as camp nurse for Multnomah Education Service District Outdoor School program in their Troutdale and Eagle Fern camps.
Byline: Anne Williams The Register-Guard Lane Education Service District Superintendent Ron Hitchcock, who has earned praise from local education leaders during his two-year tenure, submitted his resignation this week after accepting the deputy superintendent post at the Multnomah Education Service District in Portland.
Consortium members Beaverton and Multnomah Education Service District, which includes Portland, have already decided to go ahead with eSIS, and Springfield is considering it.