Pupil Services

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The Pupil Services Department supports students, families and staff in special education, 504 plans, school counseling programming and support, English Language Learners, nursing and health services, homeless, migrant and foster programming, cultural diversity and equity, home instruction, mental health supports and crisis planning.

Andrea Glesser, Director of Special Education, Extension 2123, [email protected]
Sara Stockwell, Director of Student Services and Well-Being, Extension 2155, [email protected]
Kelli May, Assistant Director of Special Education (K-6), Extension 2178, [email protected]
Jeff Pellerito, Assistant Director of Special Education (7-12), Extension 2114, [email protected]
Jessica Molina, Assistant Director of Student Services and Well-Being, Extension 2192, [email protected]
Perry Harris III, Student and Family Engagement Liaison, Extension 2191, [email protected]
Chris Harper, District Social Worker, Extension 2115, [email protected]              
Angie Stanford, Department Secretary, Extension 2101, [email protected]

School Psychologists
Samantha DeWood, Preschool, 419-893-2221 Extension 2, [email protected]
Kristin Getchey, Preschool, 419-893-2221 Extension 2, [email protected]
Jenna Carroll, Toth and Woodland, Extension 2129, [email protected]
Sara Jones, HPI and Frank, Extension 2144, [email protected]
Stacey Bunker, Fort Meigs and Junior High, Extension 2117, [email protected]
Laura Zylka, High School, Extension 2116, [email protected]

Perrysburg Board of Education
140 E. Indiana Ave.
Perrysburg, Ohio 43551

419-874-9131
fax 419-872-8820

Inclusion

We believe that all students should be welcome members of a learning community. All students are part of their classrooms even if their abilities differ. Perrysburg teachers differentiate instruction; they provide interventions, accommodations and modifications in an effort to ensure all students can achieve their greatest potential within the least restrictive environment.

Child Find

Federal and State laws require school districts to evaluate children who have suspected disabilities. These laws affect all school-aged children educated within the Perrysburg school district boundary and all preschool children who live within the Perrysburg school district. If you have concerns about your child’s ability or skills, and suspect there may be a disability, please contact your child’s teacher, principal, or in the case of a preschool child, the office of special education at 419-874-9131.

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