Special Services

Dr. Amy Meredith, Ed.D
Director of Pupil Services
Courtney Goren
School Psychologist
Lisa Bender
Speech & Language Pathologist
Brett Lanz
Assistant Superintendent
  • Compliance Officer:  Title I, Title IX, Civil Rights/Nondiscrimination
  • Homeless Liasion
  • Foster Care Contact

Special Education

Child Find

Annual Notice

School districts throughout Ohio are participating in an effort to identify, locate and evaluate all children with disabilities, birth through 21 years of age.
For children up to age 2, a disability means that a child has an established condition known to result in delay or documented developmental delay in one or more of the following areas: adaptive behavior, cognition, communication, physical development, sensory development and/or social and emotional development.

For children ages 3-21, a disability means a person being identified as having one or more of the following conditions such as autism, developmental delay, intellectual disability, hearing impairment; multiple disability, orthopedic, emotional disturbance, other health impairment, specific learning disability, traumatic brain injury, visual impairment, deaf-blindness, and/or speech or language impairment.

If a need is identified, the child can begin receiving the appropriate special education and related services. Free assessments are available to families to determine whether a disability exists. Please contact the Office of Special Services, 330-682-5811 for further information.


Resource Links for Exceptional Children

Third Grade Reading Gurantee Guidance for Students with Disabilities

Restraint & Seclusion Policy

Parent's Rights

Parent's Rights - Spanish

Learning in Ohio



Bullying Report - 2017-18 1st semester

Bullying Report - 2016-17 2nd semester

Bullying Statement


Homeless Information

Information for Homeless Students and Unaccompanied Youth (English and Spanish)