The Department of Student Services at Middletown City Schools is dedicated to ensuring that students with disabilities receive the educational services and supports that will allow them to meaningfully engage in the general education curriculum. Students who meet the requirements for special education services as determined by the Ohio Department of Education receive services as outlined in their Individual Educational Program (IEP). The services and supports offered support the district’s mission of helping all students succeed. These services are offered to school aged students between the ages of three years to twenty one. Students who do not qualify for special education services may be eligible for certain services under a Section 504 Plan.
Each school in the Middletown City School District offers a full continuum of educational supports and early intervention services to provide students with a free and appropriate public education. To find out if your child may be eligible for services, please contact your school.
Legal Notice Public Participation
ARP Special Education Part B IDEA
ARP Early childhood Special Education-IDEA
The Middletown City School District received notice of their allocation of funds for Federal ARP Special Education Part B, IDEA and ARP Federal Early Childhood Special Education IDEA for the upcoming fiscal years 2021-2023. Allocations will be reported to the public on November 22, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. This meeting will be held at One Donham Plaza,4th Floor Purple Conference Room, Middletown Ohio 45042
The school district is required to inform the public of its participation in the programs. Suggestions regarding the expenditure of these funds may be directed to Ms. Dana Miller, Director of Student Services or Beth Olthoff, State and Federal Programs, via phone, email, in person, or attending a public meeting at 5:00 p.m. November 22, 2021.
Director of Student Services