Child Find Notice
|Richard Allen Schools are required to locate all children who may have disabilities, ages birth through 21, within the schools. Special education services are available in our schools for children identified with a disability. If you have a child or know of a child you suspect may have a disability under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and who attends one of our schools, please contact your building principal at 937-951-2800.|
Richard Allen School District receives Federal Special Education IDEA Part B funds to assist with the education of handicapped students in grades K through 8. The school holds a brief informative meeting annually for any local community member to attend and discuss how the IDEA funds are used. The date and time is posted annually prior to the meeting.
The Richard Allen Schools are public community schools that participate in statewide assessment (including Ohio's State Tests). The Schools uphold compulsory attendance requirements for all students, as required by law.
At the beginning of each school year, any parent who has a child attending any school receiving Title I funds may request and receive, in a timely manner, information regarding the professional qualifications of the student’s classroom teachers. In addition, the parents may also ask whether the child is provided services by a paraprofessional and, if so, his or her qualifications.
Parents may request information regarding the professional qualifications of their students' teachers by writing or emailing the principal. For a complete faculty roster, contact your school’s office or check the directory on the campus website.
For more information, please contact your campus administration.
School Safety Emergency Operation Plan
Richard Allen Schools understand a school emergency can occur at any time. As parents, know that Richard Allen Schools are proactively prepared to respond to school safety emergencies.
Richard Allen Schools’ preparation is guided by a School Safety Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) that provides detailed response directives to facilitate and achieve safety for students and staff.
The School Safety Emergency Operations Plans (EOP) for each campus can be found attached here for your review.
The Richard Allen Schools are public community schools that participate in state-wide assessment (including Ohio's State Tests). The Schools uphold compulsory attendance requirements for all students, as required by law.
- Ohio Department of Education
- National Center of Homeless Education
- School Attendance and Truancy
- Wellness Policy
- Career Advising Policy
- Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education
- ODE: For Families of Students with Disabilities
- John Peterson Autism Scholarship
- ODE: Parental Involvement Policy
- ODE: Title I Parental Involvement Policy
- US Department of Education: Resources for Parents
- National School Safety and Security Services