Child Services

Dale Roy School serves to educate those with disabilities from newborns through age 22. All curriculum is aligned with the Ohio Content Standards and is customized to meet the individual needs and abilities of the student.

Early Intervention

  • Birth - 3rd birthday
  • At least one developmental delay or biological condition
  • Home based visits
  • Center based services
  • Parent support and education
  • Evaluations
  • Therapies


  • 3-5 years of age
  • Eligibility determined by multi-factored evaluation
  • May attend 2-5 days per week
  • Physical, Speech/Language, and other Occupational Therapies
  • Transportation provided
  • Full-time nurse
  • Integrated classrooms of special needs and typically developing children


  • 5-22 years old
  • Functional curriculum
  • Academics
  • Related services (PT, OT, Speech/Language)
  • Adaptive physical education
  • Behavior support
  • Full-time nurse
  • Individual education plan (IEP)
  • Computer education
  • Prevocational and vocational education
  • Special programs: therapeutic horseback riding, fine arts performing arts
  • Meet prescribed dietary needs

Transition Plan

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