Jane Buckingham, Special Services Director
Pam DiRienzo, Special Services Secretary
Catherine Scali, School Psychologist
Campbell City School district embraces the responsibility to identify and evaluate all children living in Campbell, who are suspected of having a disability. For those in need, download and return an Evaluation Form.
Ohio Operating Standards for the Education of Children with Disabilities
A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education
The Medicaid Program now allows Campbell City Schools to receive Medicaid funding for eligible services provided to students with disabilities. The eligible services covered in school districts include occupational and physical therapy, speech/language therapy, audiology, nursing, school psychology, and counselor and social work services. This program is known as the Ohio Medicaid School Program (OMSP) and the Campbell City Schools is a designated health care provider under this program.
Policy And Plan For The Identification And Service Of Gifted Children
Campbell accepts referrals, screens and identifies, or screens and reassesses students who perform or show potential for performing at high levels of accomplishment in the areas of superior cognitive ability, specific academic ability, creative thinking ability, and/or visual and/or performing arts. To refer a child, please download and return the Gifted Referral Form.
Policy and Plan for EL Students
Title & Federal Programs
Parent Right To Know
Campbell City Schools receives Federal Title I funding and as a parent, you have the right to know the professional qualifications of the classroom teachers who instruct your child. Federal law allows you to ask for certain information about your child’s classroom teacher and requires us to give you this information in a timely manner, if you ask for it. Download the Bylaws & Policies in Campbell School District to learn more about Title I funds.
Campbell Elementary & Middle Schools, and the parents of students participating in activities, services and programs funded by Title I, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) (participating children), agree that this compact outlines how the parents, the entire school staff, and the students will share the responsibility for improved student academic achievement. It also outlines the means by which the school and parents will build and develop a partnership that will help children achieve the State’s high standards. This school-parent compact is in effect during the 2017-18 school year. Download the Campbell Elementary & Middle School.
Your child has the right to go to school, no matter where you live or how long you have lived there. Download the Department of Education brochure to learn more about the rights your children have who are experiencing homelessness.
FERPA is a Federal law that applies to educational agencies and institutions that receive funding under a program administered by the U. S. Department of Education. Under FERPA, schools must generally afford parents: access to their children's education records, an opportunity to seek to have the records amended, and some control over the disclosure of information from the records.