Educational Paraprofessionals assist teachers in classrooms with monitoring students’ academic understanding, providing addition assistance with student focus.
Student Attendants are typically assigned to one student to assist with physical and/or behavioral needs. However, in order to decrease dependency, a student attendant can be asked to assist with other students in the classroom(s).
Behavior Aides assist with implementing Positive Behavior Supports; proactively addressing both positive and negative student behaviors, deescalating behaviors and help crisis intervention teams in managing an emergency situation. Behavior aides can be assigned more than one student throughout the day depending on the areas of need.
Bus Aides provide additional monitoring and support on the bus. The bus aide can be assigned to monitor one or more students due to physical and/or behavioral needs of the students riding the bus.
Autism Aides provide classroom support for students with Autism. These aides are generally trained in ABA or a similar type program.
Health Attendants are licensed practical nurses (LPN) who provide support for students with significant health concerns that require a health attendant to be with the student throughout the school day. Health attendances are supervised by Health Consultants who are registered nurses (RN)
School Health Consultant (Registered Nurse)
Performs basic hearing and vision screenings
Coordinates and conducts immunization audits
Renders first aide to ill and injured students
Follows protocols and safety precautions on health issues
Performs and/or monitors a variety of health related services to children
Assists students with medication as prescribed by a physician
Maintains appropriate communication with district personnel and parents/guardians regarding student health status
Writes individual health plans for students with on-going health issues
Inspects and evaluates children and school personnel for communicable diseases
Oversees health aides
Specifically focuses on the health needs in the district
Parent Mentor Program
Provides information and support to families of a child with a disability
Informs parents about the special education process
Strengthens the relationship between the district administration and parents
Ensures the families’ voice is heard by the district
Collaborates with parents and school districts to find the best possible outcome for the child
The Mentor Program is a support network for parents of children with disabilities
Serving Tiffin City Schools, Bridges Community Academy, Family Learning Center, Fostoria, Fremont, Hopewell-Loudon, North Central Academy and Old Fort
NCOESC, Tiffin Campus
928 W. Market Street, Suite A
Tiffin, OH 44883
419-447-2927 x 145
Serving Carey, Colonel-Crawford, Mount Gilead, Mohawk, New Riegel, Seneca East, Upper Sandusky and Wynford
444 South Eighth Street
Upper Sandusky, OH 43351
The Ohio Department of Education provides full funding for the Parent Mentor Project.