By Nancy Holleran
New students to the Rossford School District must register with Marlene Cervenec. To schedule a registration appointment, call Marlene at 419-662-3051. Special Education students must provide a current Individualized Education Program (IEP) and Evaluation Team Report (ETR) at the time of registration. See New Student Registration more information.
Special Education Child Search
In accordance with Federal and State laws, each school district and the Ohio Department of Education are trying to identify children with disabilities, birth through age 21, who may be in need of special education services. Many unidentified children with disabilities are preschoolers.
Whose IDEA Is This? a resource guide for parents that provides procedural safeguard information.
Your public school offers:
- Evaluation for all children with suspected disabilities, birth through age 21;
- Education for all children with disabilities, age three through 21 years.
Once the school district is notified about a child who is suspected of having a disability:
The child's parent(s) are contacted and informed of their rights, as required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (IDEIA 2004), the Ohio Revised Code, and the State Board of Education's Rules for the Education of Handicapped Children. Arrangements are made to evaluate the child in cooperation with the parent(s).
If you know a child who is suspected of having a disability, contact the Special Services office at 419-666-4267. By law, all inquiries are treated confidentially.
- Dawn Fahsholtz, Ph..D. Director of Special Services
- Erin Perry, School Psychologist
- Jackie Taylor, School Psychologist
- Nancy Holleran, Secretary
- Phone: 419-666-4267
- Fax: 419-661-2892
Student Services Building
721 Dixie Highway
Rossford, Ohio 43460
Rossford Exempted Village Schools is associated with bothLucas County Educational Service Center and Wood County Educational Service Center. These partnerships enable our district to meet the individual and collective needs of our students.