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Interior of Fairmont’s New Auditorium The Marching Firebirds and Firebird Football at Roush Stadium Indian Riffle Elementary Student Council Members Celebrate their School's "National Blue Ribbon" Status Fairmont Auditorium We are the FIREBIRDS! "Don't Count the Days. Make the Days Count" Is Digital Design Instructor, Jared Parker's, Mantra Fairmont Career Tech Center -- Try what you want to do and be for free! A Kettering Teacher Works One-on-One with her Student Turf Field at Roush Stadium, Home of the Firebirds Kettering Bus Drivers Log more than 600,000 Route Miles a Year Kettering has Once Again Been Named a 'Best Communities for Music Education' Fairmont Park, home of Firebird Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse
Interior of Fairmont’s New Auditorium The Marching Firebirds and Firebird Football at Roush Stadium Indian Riffle Elementary Student Council Members Celebrate their School's "National Blue Ribbon" Status Fairmont Auditorium We are the FIREBIRDS! "Don't Count the Days. Make the Days Count" Is Digital Design Instructor, Jared Parker's, Mantra Fairmont Career Tech Center -- Try what you want to do and be for free! A Kettering Teacher Works One-on-One with her Student Turf Field at Roush Stadium, Home of the Firebirds Kettering Bus Drivers Log more than 600,000 Route Miles a Year Kettering has Once Again Been Named a 'Best Communities for Music Education' Fairmont Park, home of Firebird Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse

Community Input Sought on Grant Funding

The Kettering City School District receives funds through the Ohio Department of Education, via the Consolidated Continuous Improvement Plan (CCIP).  Monies received through IDEA-B (Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act) and ECSE (Early Childhood Special Education) are used to provide special education services to students with identified disabilities, ages 3-21.  Title I funds are used for supplemental initiatives, targeted professional development, and parent involvement. Title IIA funds are used for targeted professional development based on district needs. Title III funds are used for students with limited English proficiency and immigrants. Title IV funds are used for well-rounded education initiatives, health and safety of students, and effective use of technology.  All funds must align with goals outlined in the district’s CCIP.  

Public input regarding the use of these funds for the school year is welcomed.  Public input can be given at a special meeting on November 12, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. at the Kettering City Schools Board of Education, located at 500 Lincoln Park Blvd.  Comments can also be sent to Dan VonHandorf, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, or Jenny Smith, Supervisor of Special Education Services at 500 Lincoln Park Blvd. You may also email input to Dan Von Handorf, assistant superintendent of Teaching and Learning (dan.vonhandorf@ketteringschool.org or Jenny smith, supervisor of Special Education Services (jenny.smith@ketteringschools.org.)

The Kettering Schools are required to provide a “free and appropriate public education” to all children residing in our district, including those with disabilities between the ages of 3-21.  Please see our Child Find Policy under "Parent Information" on the Special Education Services page of the website.

 





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