Special Education means specially designed instruction, at no cost to the parent, to meet the unique needs of a handicapped child.
Special Education programs are provided for all children who have a handicapping disability. A disability in this instance means such conditions as:
1. Hearing Impairments
2. Visual Impairments
3. Speech/Language Impairments
4. Learning Disabilities
5. Developmental Delays
6. Serious Emotional Disturbance
7. Multiple Disabilities
8. Mental Retardation
9. Other Health Impairments
10. Physical Impairments
12. Traumatic Brain Injury
13. Preschooler with a disability
Every handicapped child in Ohio is entitled to services provided by the school district in which they reside. These services include:
-Evaluation services for all children birth through twenty one years of age.
-Diagnostic services for all children birth through twenty one years of age.
-Education programs for children three through twenty one years of age.
The Crestwood Locals Schools currently has approximately 370 students who are provided with special education services. If you need additional information regarding special education please contact the Office of Pupil Services at 330-357-8206.