What are the Continuum of Services Offered in Cloverleaf Local Schools?

Cloverleaf Local Schools prides itself on offering many types of supports and services for students with special learning needs.

The district began providing a co-teaching model for students in the 2005-06 school year.  
During the 2015-16 school year, a committee of teachers and administrators, through the support of State Support Team 8 (SST8), embarked on an evolutionary examination of current and best practices in serving ALL Cloverleaf students in accessing and progressing in the general education curriculum. 

Since then, Cloverleaf has remained committed to providing a continuum of services to all students to support them academically and behaviorally in preparation for lifelong learning.  

While this is not an exhaustive list, some of the options offered in district from least to most restrictive include: Consultation and monitoring, In-Class Support, Co-teaching, Subject-Area Resource Room, Self-Contained Classroom. 

Each IEP team works together to find the right fit for each child. We welcome a collaborative relationship among parents, support staff and educators in order to facilitate the independence and success of each student in their Least Restrictive Environment. 


Navigating Transition to Adulthood: A Virtual Opportunity for Parents

The Medina County Transition Team is hosting a virtual session for parents on Wednesday, December 1st at 7:00 p.m. This session will provide an overview of the Transition Planning Process for students who receive special education services through an Individualized Education Program (IEP).

Click this link to join the session via Microsoft Teams.

Please see flyer below for more information on topics included in the session.