Perry High School 4th Annual Spring Party
Perry High School will be hosting their 4th annual Spring Party! This year's theme is LUAU! This party is open to all middle school and high school aged students with special needs. The party will be held in the Pirate Athletic Center on the Perry Local Schools campus on Friday, May 5, 2017 from 10:30am-1:00pm. The party is FREE to attend. Please click here for additional information.
Lake County Board of Developmental Disabilities/Deepwood Recreation Services-Spring 2017
Please click here for information on the many Recreation activites provided by the Lake County Board of DD/Deepwood.
Lakeland Community College Project Search Open House
You are invited to attend the Project Search Open House on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 from 5:30pm-7:30pm at Lakeland Community College. Please click here for additional information
Lake County Board of DD/Deepwood Recreations Services-Winter 2017
Please click here for the Lake County Board of DD/Deepwood for the Winter 2017 Recreation Services Brochure.
About Kirtland's State Report Card
Click here for the slides from Mr. Wadeís State Report Card Presentation from Wednesday, October 12th. Please contact Mr. Wade at email@example.com with any questions.
HELPING STUDENTS TRANSITION
Are you a Parent of a student with a Disability Age 14 or older? If so, there's a New Transition Partnership to assist your student. Please click here for additional information.
Attention~Parents of Children with Disabilities
Click here for the Parental Checklist for transitioning high school students with special needs.
Governorís Executive Order promotes employment for people with developmental disabilities
Governor Kasich signed an Executive Order creating the Employment First Task Force, which is charged with promoting meaningful employment opportunities in the community for people with developmental disabilities. A key component of this initiative introduced in the Mid-biennium Review, requires that an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for each student with a disability, beginning at age 14, include a strategy for learning about and preparing for employment by establishing postsecondary community employment goals. This is an important part of our overall commitment to ensure that all students are prepared for their next steps when they graduate. To read the executive order visit: http://www.governor.ohio.gov/MediaRoom/ExecutiveOrders.aspx.
Whose IDEA Is This? Translations
To assist districts with meeting the requirement of providing the procedural safeguards notice to parents in their native language (3301-51-05 (H)(3)), ODE translated Whose IDEA Is This? into the top 10 foreign languages in Ohio (Albanian, Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Somali, Ukrainian and Vietnamese). The Somali translation will be available soon. The translated versions of Whose IDEA Is This? are posted at education.ohio.gov, keywords: Whose IDEA Is This?
Kirtland Education Council
Click here to view the organization's informational brochure.
2015-2016 Schedule of Events
Whose IDEA Is This? A Parentís Guide to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEA) has been updated to reflect a change to the federal regulations related to parental revocation of consent for special education and related services. This updated version, dated April 2, 2012 must be used starting April 2, 2012