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News For You
Vern Riffe students party at prom
The Vern Riffe School prom will be on May 13 in the Shawnee State University Ballroom
Student-athletes participate in Special O...
Nearly 80 students from seven local schools participated at West High School
Vern Riffe School Class of 2022
Five students will graduate from VRS on May 20
SCDD celebrates Richard Bolin
Board recognized Bolin who retired in 2021
Adams, Mantell appointed to SCDD Board
Scioto County Returns to Level 3 (Red) in...
Visitors at SCDD buildings by appointment only and when other means of meeting are not possible.
The July Newsletter is Here!
Superintendent Matt Purcell details how SCDD's response to the COVID-19 pandemic will change how we work in the future and Erica Wallace steps into new role as Director of Early Childhood Services at Carousel
Thank you, Direct Service Professionals!
Direct Service Professionals are the backbone of Ohio's DD system. They provide 1:1 supports for our family, friends, and neighbors with intellectual or developmental disabilities every day. During the COVID pandemic, everyone -- including our local DSP's -- have been confronted with new challenges and have found creative ways to continue serving the people we all care about. This is for our DSP's. Thank you.
Coronavirus/COVID-19 info for families
These links come from the OSU Extension, and families and providers may find them useful during Ohio's stay-at-home mandate.
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