Student Services / Special Education / Preschool

Dr. Tammy Stevens
Director of Student Services


Shelli Howman
Administrative Assistant


Janel Barr
Enrollment Coordinator

Response to Intervention Process (RTI)

The purpose of an RTI meeting is to provide support to any staff member who wants additional assistance in strategies to use with students for academic, behavioral or emotional needs. Through this process staff members share strategies and provide support to each other to best meet a student's needs. The district's RTI process begins with the general education teacher. If you have a concern regarding your child please talk with the teacher first to decide what interventions need to take place to help your child be more successful.

Special Education

In a effort to serve young people with disabilities, school districts in Ohio are in the process of locating and evaluating children from 3-21 years of age. Disabilities may include developmental delays, health impairments, autism, and traumatic brain injury. Individuals may contact the local school district about children who may have a disability and may be eligible for special education services. Questions should be addressed to Dr. Tammy Webb, Director of Student Services at 419-289-4507.


A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education

Restraint and Seclusion Policy

Ohio Means Jobs

Special Education Acronyms Decoded

Types of Class Settings

Special Education Family Survey


Little Arrows Preschool

Ashland City Schools' Little Arrows Preschool