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Educational Service Center of Medina County Summer Enrichment Program 2022

Educational Service Center of Medina County Summer Enrichment Program 2023

Purpose:       To provide a structured, consistent program for students to encourage and engage in social skill development, self-regulation, and behavior.  Specific IEP goals will be addressed and qualifying students will receive speech and/or OT.                        
Contact:          Rachel Krauss, Director of Special Needs Initiatives 
Phone:            330 591-0156     
Email:              [email protected]    
Address:         Windfall School, 4691 Windfall Rd., Medina, OH  44256
Fees:               Tuition for program is $1950 for the 6-week session (includes materials, outings,                                   speech &OT (for qualifying students)
Ages:              Preschool through High School   
Dates:             June 20-22, 2023, June 26, 27, 28, & 29, 2023, July 5-6, 2023, July 10, 11, 12, & 13,                           2023, July 17-20, 2023,  and July 24-27, 2023
Time:               9:00 am – 1:00 pm   

Additional Details
The  ESC of Medina County’s Summer Enrichment Program is designed for preschool through high school-age students who can benefit from a structured and relevant small group environment with a focus on building independence, social skill development, and positive behavior skill acquisition.  Our program is structured to provide students with opportunities to practice skills in a small group setting and then apply those skills outside the classroom. 
Our preschool (Early Learners Academy) is designed to meet the needs of all individual learners by continuing to build on the skills acquired throughout the school year, with a focus on social-emotional development, functional, communication, and early learner readiness skills through play. Our elementary classrooms are classroom-based three days per week with additional activities on Thursdays to promote the generalization of skills acquired during the week. Our middle and high school classrooms have an added focus on transition-related activities and will provide students the opportunity to participate in community outings.  All classrooms will work on social-emotional development, self-regulation, communication, academic, and specific IEP goals as identified by the school team.  Our School-Age intensive needs classrooms focus on functional life skills, communication, and relationship building. 
All classrooms are staffed with an intervention specialist and trained paraprofessionals or behavior technicians.  Speech therapy is available for those students who qualify, as well as occupational therapy provided in partnership with ABC Therapy.  A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will oversee the program and provide behavior support services. 
Registration is due by April 28, 2023.  **Registration is for the entire 6-week session.  We cannot provide refunds or adjusted costs due to missed days/weeks.