Tonight's basketball practice at Happy Day School for the Thunder has been canceled (10/27/2014).
2014 Transition Fair
The Portage County Transition Council is sponsoring a transitions fair, A Day All About Transition, at Kent State University, November 20th at 8:30 am. Any young adults and their families receiving special services from our local schools and are (or will be) transitioning out of high school into college, the work world, or adult services are urged to attend.
Download the event flyer here:
Required Posting for Happy Day School
The water at Happy Day School was tested September 2014 and did not exceed action levels for copper or lead. The notice has been posted at the school. For a copy of the full results, please contact Marco Condos at 330-296-8870.
Special Olympics Basketball is back!
DODD Begins Posting Provider Compliance Reports
To help individuals and their families make well-informed choices about who provides services for their family member, DODD now is posting provider compliance reports on the Department’s website. This new feature was part of DODD’s request in the state’s Mid-Biennium Review bill (HB 483
) to make information about providers readily available.
Click the following link to read the full article:
Blue Bombers take the Bronze at State Games for Softball
The Blue Bombers participated in the State Games for Special Olympics on Saturday, September 13th in Oregon, Ohio. They lost their first game 18-8 to Franklin NW, even though Ben Salvo hit a Grand Slam Home Run! The second game was against Darke County DD. Logan Cox hit 3 HR’s, Dan Crawford hit 3 HR’s and Ben Salvo hit 1 HR to help the Bombers win 24-10 and secure 3rd place! Under the coaching of Jamie Alexander and Chad Konkle, the team made quite a name for themselves as a first year team! They had fun; they played well together, encouraged each other and had a few laughs along the way!
Way to go Bombers!!
Disability Rights Ohio (DRO) sends findings letter to Governor Kasich outlining ADA, Olmstead violations
Click the following for DRO's letter: