The Rossford Preschool Program is a developmentally appropriate program providing educational services to typically developing and special needs children between the ages of three and five. Children attend preschool four days per week (Monday through Thursday) either during the morning or afternoon following the Rossford School District’s calendar.
There is a maximum of 16 children with a highly trained teacher and an additional adult in the classroom. The curriculum is appropriate to the age and needs of the child.
The Preschool Program is licensed by the Ohio Department of Education.
Early Childhood Specialist, Speech and Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, School Nurse, School Psychologist, Vision Specialist are a few of the services we provide for students with special needs.
A child with special needs may be enrolled any time once he/she becomes three years of age. Typical children are placed on a waiting list and notified of the placement during the spring/summer for that school year.
For those children who are developing in a typical manner, the program cost is $1,200 per year. Any preschool-aged child in the Rossford School District may apply. All children identified with special needs will be offered program services. Typically developing children will be enrolled on a “first-come, first-served” basis.
If the child is aged 0-3, the child may be eligible for the Help Me Grow program. Information can be obtained by calling 419-353-7407 x226 or 1-855-796-0012. Families can also visit www.wsos.org or www.helpmegrow.ohio.gov.
If the child is age 3-5, the child may be eligible for the Rossford Preschool Program.
Both programs provide a free comprehensive assessment of a child's development.
Call the Rossford Student Services office at 419-666-4267 to request further information.