State SPED Resources

Last Updated: 11/4/2020 6:25 PM

Child Find: Children who are identified, located and evaluated for the need of Special Education Services including Non-Public Schools that reside within the district.

A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education: A Parents Guide to the Individuals with Disabilities Improvement Act of 2001 (IDEA)/Procedural Safeguards.

Ohio Dept. of Education/Special Education: ODE Special Education Webpage

Ohio Operating Standards: The guidance document for Ohio Educational Agencies serving children with disabilities

ODE LiveBinder Online Toolkit: Resources for ETR, IEP and Transition. 

Third Grade Reading Guarantee: ODE link to the Third Grade Reading Guarantee

Autism Scholarship Program: Alternative educational scholarship program for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Jon Peterson Scholarship: Alternative educational scholarship program 

Academic Content Standards: What students are learning in subject matter and by grade

Academic Content Standards - Extended: For students with significant intellectual disabilities

SPED leisure and recreational opportunities: Recreational and lesisure opportunities

Learning Aid Ohio is a new state program designed to provide additional supplemental learning support for students with IEPs during this unique school year. Support comes in the form of funding up to $1,500 per family per quarter to help subsidize the cost of your chosen learning providers, providers have to be approved by the state. To qualify for additional learning support the student must be an Ohio resident, be learning full-time remotely, be on an IEP during the 2020-2021 school year, and be experiencing financial hardship as outlined by the Federal Poverty Level Guidelines.  If your student meets these requirements please visit the state website and apply for support  

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