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Ohio Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities Logo, Text Reads: Transition Meeting, Grades 7-12, October 13, 2022, 5 to 7
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Families of students in 7th-12th grade are invited to attend an informational meeting on conference night regarding transition options that are available to high school students that have an individualized education plan (IEP) or 504 plan.

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As a local school district, we have the responsibility to identify and evaluate all children with exceptional needs. A preschool child, between the ages of 3-5, is defined as having an exceptional need if they have a documented deficit in two or more of the following areas: communication skills, hearing, motor functioning, social-emotional/behavior difficulties, cognitive ability and/or adaptive behavior skills or visual impairment. For school-age children, ages 5-21, a child may qualify for special services if he or she has a disability in one or more of the following areas: autism, cognitive disability, behavioral/emotional, speech/language, multiple disabilities, specific learning disabilities, traumatic brain injury, health or orthopedic impairment, or vision/hearing disabilities. Early observations and records help an evaluation team find appropriate programs and services prior to the child entering school. If you have a child up to age 21 years of age or younger who has, or a child who is suspected of having, an exceptional need, please contact Lauren DeJulio.

Director of Student Services

Lauren DeJulio

Lauren DeJulio

Director of Student Services, Administration