Child Find for Children with Disabilities
If you know of a child or suspect a child may have a disability who resides in Centerville City Schools district, please contact the Director of Student Services at (937) 433-8841.
Public schools are required by federal and state law to find all children with disabilities, ages birth through 21, and provide special education services for ages 3-21 for any child identified as disabled under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA). Disabilities under IDEIA include speech and language, hearing impairments, visual impairments, specific learning disability, emotional disturbance, multiple disabilities, intellectual disabilities, other health impairments, orthopedic disability, autism and traumatic brain injury and developmental disability (preschool only). If after an evaluation, a child is determined to have a disability under IDEIA, the child is eligible to receive special education services through the school district.
All information related to the referral, evaluation, identification and special education services is confidential information. Parents retain specific rights related to confidentiality, review of records, release of information and accuracy of records for any child referred to special education, identified as special education or who receives special education services.
For additional information or a copy of the procedural safeguards for parents, please contact the Director of Student Services, 111 Virginia Ave., Centerville, OH 45458 or call the Student Services office at (937) 433-8841.