Lindsey ACE Awards
Congratulations go out to the ACE Award winners for the first quarter at Lindsey Elementary School. Students awarded by their teachers for demonstrating positive attitude, citizenship and effort in the classroom include:
Kindergartners: Miles Baker, Jackson Remaley and Bryce Vidovic;
First-graders: Danica Mackin, Owen Recek, Colin Whiting, Anna Gracon and Ada Noernberg;
Second-graders: Niko Kless, Josh Stumpf, Samantha Fanger, Hazel Gintert, Amanda Jarrett, Max Ritt, Lina DiFranco, Carter Gibson and Andrew Carroll;
Third-graders: Christopher Whiting, Eric Posante, Morgan Palchick, Isabel Gracon, Richard Kretschman, Tyler Chioromonte, Joshua Erb and Caitlin Mann;
Fourth-graders: Eliza Gintert, Cole Frate, Antonio Katusic, C.J. Timm, Wayne Randall and Tommy Mansfield and Julia Mansfield;
Fifth-graders: Carson Olmstead-Lewis, Josh Heigley, Antonie Chamoun, Alexa Pistone-Nascone, Bill Onderdonk, Sammy Aidja, Elizabeth Rudolph, Brooke Henricksen, Athena Hocevar, Elana Zebrowski, Kyle Avis, Austin Walker, Trevor Ober, Dante’ Yarbrough, Gianna Tonti and Jakob Reed.
Search for Children With Disabilities Underway
In accordance with the Individual’s with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) of 2004, The West Geauga Local School District is participating in Child Find efforts to locate, evaluate and identify all children with disabilities, from birth through 21 years of age, who may be entitled to receive special education and related aides and services, regardless of their situations.
A disability, in this instance, means such conditions as autism, deaf/blindness, multiple disabilities, deafness/hearing impairment, orthopedic impairment, visual impairment/blindness, specific learning disabilities, emotional disturbance, cognitive disabilities, speech and language impairments, other health impairments or traumatic brain injury.
Although many school aged children with disabilities are identified and currently being served by the West Geauga Local School District, preschool children ages 3-5 with disabilities may not yet be identified because parents may not be aware that programs and services are available through the public school.
In addition and in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American’s with Disabilities Act Amendment of 2008, the West Geauga Local School District is participating in Child Find efforts to locate, evaluate and identify all students with a disability.
In this instance, a student with a disability is a student who has a mental or physical impairment that substantially limits a major life activity and who may, because of the disability, need special education, related services or aids or accommodations/modifications.
Community members can help us with this important effort. If you know of a child in our district with a disability that is not presently attending school or receiving services, please contact Debra Iammarino, director of pupil personnel, at 440-729-6804 or email@example.com.
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