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  Sharon Woodrow, Superintendent   |   PO Box 156, Batavia, OH 45103  
     
  School Age Program  
 

Jay Williams, Principal

(513) 732-4970

jwilliams@clermontdd.org

Karen Elsersy, Administrative Assistant

(513) 732-7015

kelsersy@clermontdd.org

School Office:  (513) 732-7015

School Fax:  (513) 732-4950

Absence Line:  732-7011

Mailing Address:

P. O. Box 8

Owensville, OH 45160

Street Address:

2040 US Highway 50

Batavia, OH 45103                                                                                    

 

Websites and Resources for Parents

Wildey School Calendar, 2010-11

Wildey School Calendar, 2011-12

Return to School Form

Medical Evaluation Form

Physician's Medical Form

Pre-Pay Lunch Order Form

Wild Dog Treats Form

Ohio Department of Education:  www.ode.state.oh

Ohio Department of Exceptional Children:  ODEPrimary

Whose Idea Is This?

Do-2-learn:  www.dotolearn.com

OCALI Internet Modules: www.ocali.org/aim

 

Your PTO Officers for 2011-2012:

(From left to right)

Jay Williams, Secretary

Julie Schumacher, Treasurer

Della Hacker, Vice President
Karen Habetz, President

Training Opportunities:
Guidance Document for Use
School Training Module 1 Autism Defined and Overview
School Training Module 2 ,Physical Characteristics of Autism
School Training Module 3,Cognition and Learning in Autism
School Training Module 4 Getting the Student Ready to Learn
School Training Module 5 Structuring the Classroom Environment

 

The Clermont County Board of Developmental Disabilities School Age Program provides educational services to students (ages 6 through 21) with intensive cognitive/medical/physical needs, multiple disabilities, significant behaviors, and autism spectrum disorders.

Student placement is determined by the IEP team along with the LEA (Local Education Agency) as an educational option on the continuum of services offered in Clermont County. Students must be enrolled in their local school district.

Instruction includes functional daily living skills, adaptive behavior, vocational skills and recreation/leisure skills. Additionally, students may receive related services such as speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy and/or nursing services as determined by the IEP. All students participate in adapted physical education which includes aquatics.

The vision of the School Age Program is to provide a safe learning environment for students to actively participate in the educational process and provide students the opportunity to achieve their fullest potential.

Wildey Dog Treats

Students in our Vocational classroom began the “Wild Dog Treat” company. The students make dog bones /treats from scratch and sell the doggie treats to the public. We have many regular customers.

 

Click here for a Wild Dog Treats Order Form.

 

Wildey PTO

The Thomas A. Wildey PTO meets the first Thursday at 7:00 in the Wildey Center Cafeteria during the school year. The mission of the PTO is to support the needs of the students attending the Thomas A. Wildey School. The PTO sponsors several student activities throughout the year. The PTO has been instrumental in fundraising to purchase adaptive equipment and assistive technology for the school.

2010-2011 Officers:

Mary Suttschenko , President

Karen Habetz , Vice President

Julie Schumacher, Treasurer

Jay Williams, Secretary