Norton City Schools

Student Services/Special Education

Student Services Staff

Jeanette Meisel
Director of Student Services
Phone: 330.706.2733
Jackie Flechler
Administrative Assistant
Phone: 330.706.2733
Student Services Department at Norton City School District
Welcome to the Norton City Schools Student Services site.  We are dedicated to helping our students!  I hope the information that we have provided is useful and if you have further questions, concerns, or suggestions please feel free to call.
Federal Court Instructs Ohio Districts to Post Information for Parents Concerning Data Release click here to read full version Federal Court
Parent/Guardian Notification of the Ohio Medicaid School Program Ohio Medicaid Notification


COVID-19 Updates/Notices/School Criteria

Upcoming Parent Engagement Opportunities! Don't Miss Out!

Parent Transition Academy - Upcoming Classes - Click here for full view


A Search for All Children with Disabilities Ages Birth through 21
Do you think your child may have a disability?  Please read the brochure attached! 
Click here for the full brochure 

Parent Resources

Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI)
The Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence (OCALI) is in the process of developing Autism Internet Modules (AIM) in partnership with the Autism Society of America (ASA), the Nebraska Autism Spectrum Disorders Network, The National Professional Development Center on Autism Spectrum Disorders, the Organization for Autism Research, and Geneva Centre for Autism, Toronto, Canada. In addition Arizona Department of Education, the Indiana Resource Center, and the University of Miami Center for Autism and Related Disorders are collaborating on content development for the AIM project.
The AIM project will develop a series of 60 online modules on ASD by the time the project is complete including characteristics, diagnosis, interventions and supports, transition, and employment. Module authors will include experts in ASD from across the nation. These modules are available at no cost, in an open-source format to any computer or digital telephone user. Thus, these modules are available throughout Ohio and on a global basis.
Ohio Department of Education
Students with Disabilities Department
Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission (RSC): Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR)
BVR provides services leading to employment for people with physical, mental and emotional disabilities.
Summit County Board of Developmental Disabilities
The County of Summit Board of Developmental Disabilities (CSBDD) provides services to more than 2,900 individuals with disabilities and their families in Summit County. Services can be provided from the time an infant is diagnosed with a developmental disability, or prior to age 22, if an incident should occur that results in a disability.
Summit County Transition Resource Group
The mission of the Summit County Transition Resource Group is to promote the sharing of transition information and resources with students, parents, educators and other professionals.

A Parent's Guide

A Parent's Guide

Getting Ready for When Your Teen Reaches the Age of Majority: A Parent’s Guide

Tip Sheets for Parent - The tip sheets developed by the National Technical Assistance Center on Transition in collaboration with the Center for Parent Information and Resources are meant to help children with disabilities successfully reach adulthood.

The tip sheets include information on financial management, healthcare and independent living.

Introducing PBIS

Positive School Climate with the implementation of the use of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).  If you have questions, please contact the Building Administrators or the Director of Student Services.  Please also read the attached PBIS Brochure:  
Do you have a 3 to 5 year old?
Are you a Norton resident?
Looking for a Preschool?

Family ECHO for Parents and Caregivers of children with developmental disabilities including autism.

United Way / Imagination Library

United Way / Ohio Govenor's Imagination Library / Dolly Parton's Imagination Library
What is it?
United Way of Summit County's Imagination Libsary is a 60 volume set of books beginning with the children's classic The Little Engine That CouldTMEach month a new, carefully selected book will be mailed in your child's name directly to your home.  Best of all, it is FREE!   The books are provided through United Way of Summit County - ther is no cost or obligation to your family.
Who is Eligible?    
Preschool children ages birth to their fifth birthday who are residents of Summit County.
What are My Responsiblities?
1. Be a legal resident of Summit County, OH.
2. Submit an official registration form, completed filled out by parent or guardian.
3. Notify United Way of Summit County any time your address changes.  Books are mailed to the address listed on the offical registration form.  If the child's address changes, please update it using the contact information on this card in order to continue receiving books.
4. Read with your child.
When will I Receive Books?
Eight to ten weeks after your registration form has been received, books will begin arriving at your home and will continue until your child turns five or you move out of Summit County. 

Things To Do

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Do you think your child has a disability? Please read the brochure!

Click here to view/print brochure
Do you have a student starting Kindergarten and wonder ... 
How will teachers get to know my Kindergarten child? 
How will teachers share the assessment results with families? 
What are some examples of the assessment activities my child will experience?
Where can I find more information? 
Click on the link below to see the Who, When and How of Kindergarten: