TYPICAL STUDENT ENROLLMENT
Our center-based classrooms located throughout the county are integrated classrooms that are licensed for up to 8 students who have special needs with no more than 16 total students. Typically developing students serve as role models and are required to pay a monthly tuition fee.
Classes are in session four days a week, Monday through Thursday, from approximately 9:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Parents are responsible for transportation.
Centers are staffed with a certified teacher trained in Special Education and Early Childhood, as well as a teacher’s assistant.
Some centers collaborate with other early childhood programs such as Head Start.
Applications will be accepted in our office beginning January 1 for the following year. Completed applications can be dropped off Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., faxed to 740-354-0280 (please call to confirm receipt), scanned and emailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
Jodie Wheeler, SCOESC
522 Glenwood Avenue, Room 165
New Boston, Ohio
Applications will be reviewed by staff and, as part of the application process, a classroom visit will be arranged to meet the child and observe how he/she interacts with other children. Peer models are expected to be full potty-trained. Applications are valid for one school year. If the child is not accepted, application must be made again to be considered for the next school year.
Please click below for an application.
If you wish for your child to be considered for a typically developing position in a center-based classroom, contact the program secretary for more information or refer to Typical Student Information.
South Central Ohio ESC
Executive Director of Early Childhood Programs and Related Services
Special Education Program Coordinator
New Boston District
Manchester Local School District