Superintendent, Dr. David Bair, will hold a public hearing for all stakeholders who would like to discuss federal programs August 17, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. in the Administrative Office.
Federal Grants Compliance
The Joseph Badger School District participates fully with public access to records, Board Policy #323. To this extent all applications pertaining to Federal Title Funds are available for the public's review. Joseph Badger seeks your input as parents or community members in methods that may strengthen our Title Programs.
Joseph Badger School is interested in meeting the needs of children with disabilities and is participating in an effort to identify, locate, and evaluate all children in the community from birth through twenty-one years of age who may have disabilities.
Disabilities may include such conditions as hearing impairments, visual impairments, speech or language impairments, specific learning disabilities, emotional disturbances, autism, and traumatic brain injuries. Many unidentified children with disabilities are preschoolers. Parents may not be aware their child has a disability or that there are programs and services available.
If you have or know of a child who may have a disability, please contact Mary Williams at 330-876-2860 for more information. All information collected will be held in strict confidence and released to others only with parent permission or as allowed by law. The school district's policies and procedures for special education are also available for review by contacting Mrs. Williams.
Identification of Students Experiencing Homelessness
Joseph Badger is committed to the education of all children. If you know of a school-aged child, five through seventeen years of age, who may be homeless or potentially homeless, please contact Superintendent, Dr. David Bair. All information will be held in strict confidence.
Policy of Non-discrimination
The Joseph Badger School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, or religion in the educational programs and/or activities operated by the district. Insofar as employment opportunities, the district considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, marital status, the presence of non-job related medical condition, or disability or any other legally-protected status. The district is an equal opportunity employer.
Title IV: Safe and Drug Free Schools
In accordance with Ohio Department of Education requirements, Joseph Badger School District is notifying the community of our intent to submit our Title IV Safe and Drug Free Schools funding application.
The Joseph Badger School District is a member of the Trumbull Student Assistance Consortium (TSAC). Through the consortium, we utilize Title IV Safe and Drug Free School funds to provide prevention/intervention programs addressing: truancy, alcohol and drugs, tobacco, and anger management. These education-based programs are available to any student in our district at no cost to parents. To receive additional information about these programs, contact the school or contact TSAC at (330) 505-2800.
In addition to these programs, the consortium utilizes Safe and Drug Free School funds to provide:
This consortium assists Joseph Badger School District in remaining active in Trumbull County prevention planning, tying our programming to county efforts and collaborating to create safe and drug free school environments for our students.
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