During the January board meeting, the board approved a redistricting plan for the 2017-2018 school year. Information about the plan is available at http://www.dejongrichter.com/tvlsd/. Now that the plan has been adopted, the district will begin working to make adjustments for next year.
See the list below of frequently asked questions. If you have any additional questions, contact Julie DeLisio at 740.983.5048 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How will I know which school my child will attend next year?
A letter will be sent to all elementary and middle school students soon to inform you which school your child will attend (even if he or she will remain at the same school).
Will Teays Valley have open enrollment and intradistrict enrollment next school year?
Our enrollment policies will remain the same. We will still have open enrollment and intradistrict enrollment in schools/grade levels that have the space. If there is not space at a certain school or grade level, we will not accept open enrollment or intradistrict enrollment students there. More information about these policies can be found at http://www.tvsd.us/Parents.aspx
Will this affect the high school?
No, this will only impact the elementary and middle schools.
Will busses be overcrowded?
No, bus routes will be adjusted to accomodate the new plans. We will continue to follow the Ohio Department of Education Ohio Pupil Transportaion Operation and Safety Rules.
Will before/after school childcare be offered at all of the elementary schools?
A survey will be conducted by the YMCA to determine which schools have interest in a latchkey program from the Y. This survey will be sent home with students at every elementary school in February.
Have the boundary lines for Teays Valley been changed to add some students from neighboring school districts?
No, our outer boundary lines will remain the same and no new students from neighboring districts have been added into our boundary lines.
My child is on an IEP. Are IEP services provided at every school?
Yes, all IEP services are provided at every school. If your child is on an IEP, he/she will still receive the services that have been spelled out in his/her IEP. The only students who may attend a different school than the building that corresponds with their address are students who are in the E.D. (behavioral) unit and multi-handicapped unit.