The Student Services Department oversees all aspects of the education and care of students with special needs. Staff include school nurses, psychologists and family resource coordinators as well as a variety of aides that help serve students.
Ohio school districts are required to provide free, appropriate educational services to all children in their attendance area, ages 3 through 21, who are determined to have a disability. Disability, in this case, means such conditions as hearing impairments, visual impairments, speech or language impairments, specific learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, multiple disabilities, cognitive disabilities, physical impairments, other health impairments, autism and traumatic brain injury. Schools are also required to provide evaluations to determine if a child has a disability. If you have or know a West Carrollton School District child who may have a disability, contact the Department of Student Services.
All employees can be reached by dialing 937-859-5121 and entering the listed extension.
School Nursing Team
Our schools are staffed by a health care team that includes three licensed school nurses and three licensed practical nurses. Visit their page here.
West Carrollton Schools employs four full time and one part time school psychologists.
Bullying & Harassment Report
Notice of Proposed Class Action Settlement Instructions
The Ohio Department of Education has requested that we share information regarding a class action lawsuit involving public schools in Ohio, but NOT the West Carrollton School District. You will find details of this case in the link below. If you feel that your child may have been affected while enrolled in another school district in Ohio, you may follow the directions contained in the link.