About Dale Roy School

Dale Roy School serves to educate those with disabilities from 3 years of age through age 22. All curriculum is is customized to meet the individual needs and abilities of the student.

Philosophy: The Dale Roy School offers an integrated continuum of education, training and family support services to eligible persons with developmental disabilities for the entire span of life. The purpose of this agency's services is to enhance the development of each individual so that he/she may take their rightful place in society.

Early Intervention

  • For families with children Birth to 3
  • At least 1 Delay
  • Home based Services

Preschool

  • 3-5 years of age
  • A Preschooler With a Disability's eligibility and enrollment is determined bya multi-factored evaluation and an Individualized Education Planning team in conjunction with the child's home school district.
  • Typically Developing Peers are enrolled through an application and screening process and each family is required to pay tuition
  • State approved curriculum
  • Physical, Speech/Language, and Occupational Therapies
  • Transportation may be provided
  • Adaptive Physical Education
  • Behavior support
  • Full-time nurse
  • Art and Music Classes
  • Special enrichment activities including creative movement and clay experiences
  • Food program that includes modifications to meet prescribed dietary needs
  • Integrated classrooms of special needs and typically developing children
  • Follow Ohio Early Learning Content Standards

School

  • 5-22 years of age
  • Eligibility and enrollment determined by a multi-factored evaluation and an Individualized Education Planning team in conjunction with the child's home school district.
  • Functional curriculum including academics
  • Physical, Speech/Language, and Occupational Therapies
  • Transportation may be provided
  • Adaptive Physical Education
  • Behavior support
  • Full-time nurse
  • Art and Music Classes
  • Prevocational and vocational education
  • Special enrichment activities including creative movement and clay experiences
  • Food program that includes modifications to meet prescribed dietary needs
  • Follow Ohio Early Learning Content Standards

Transition Planning Services

  • 14-21 years old
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Independent living
  • Community participation
  • Community and vocational experiences for each student as they move from school to adult life