Goshen Local School District

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Special Education

Goshen Local School District provides a variety of services to students in all our buildings. If you suspect there is an academic issue, the first place to start is with a call to your child's counselor. Set up a meeting with your child's counselor and teacher. Intervention starts with the Response to Intervention program in each building. This is individualized to meet each students needs based on their data. However, if it becomes necessary have your child tested for special education services, there are a variety of education programs in all our buildings. Below you will find some, but not all of the programs we provide on our campuses.

Marr/Cook Pre-School
2 Special Education Teachers with morning and afternoon classes consisting of 
8 typical and 8 identified students ages 3 – 5
Speech services, Occupational and Physical Therapy services
1 Building Psychologist


Marr/Cook Primary Building
2 Special Education Teachers focusing on students with Multiple Disabilities 
1 Special Education Teacher focusing on students with a diagnosis of Autism 
2 Special Education Teachers Focusing o working with a variety of identified special education students within the traditional classroom environment
Speech services, Occupational and Physical Therapy services
1 Building Psychologist
1 School Counselor

Spaulding Elementary School
1 Special Education Teacher focusing on students with Multiple Disabilities 
1 Special Education Teacher focusing on students with a diagnosis of Autism 
5 Special Education Teachers focusing on working with a variety of identified special educations within the traditional classroom environment
Speech services, Occupational and Physical Therapy services
1 part time Building Psychologist
1 School Counselor

Goshen Middle School
1 Special Education Teacher focusing on students with Multiple Disabilities 
1 Special Education Teacher focusing on students with a diagnosis of Autism
7 Special Education Teachers focusing on working with a variety of identified special educations within the traditional classroom environment
Speech services, Occupational and Physical Therapy services
1 part time Building Psychologist
1 School Counselor


Goshen High School
1 Special Education Teacher focusing on students with Multiple Disabilities 
1 Special Education Teacher focusing on students with a diagnosis of Autism
Warrior Path Program designed to assist students, not traditionally successful in the school setting to meet the goal of graduation and workforce ready
5 Special Education Teachers focusing on working with a variety of identified special educations within the traditional classroom environment
Speech services, Occupational and Physical Therapy services
1 full time Child Focus Counselor
1 part time Building Psychologist
1 Special Education designated School Counselor

Outside the traditional building services:
Goshen Local School district is a member of the Clermont County Educational Service Consortium.  When a students needs require more than we can provide at the local campus level, we provide services through their programs.

Wasserman Partial Hospitalization Center – located in Owensville for students who experience profound emotional issues – operated by Child Focus (80% Mental Health and 20% Academics)

Genesis (South) Center – located in Williamsburg for students who experience emotional issues - operated by Clermont County Educational Service Center 
(25% Mental Health) and 75% Academics) 

Village Christian Therapeutic Educational Center – located in Pleasant Plain for students that have emotional, or other sever behaviors that prevent them from being successful in the traditional school setting - operated by the Church of God and Mid-Western Children’s Home, designed to meet individual student needs

South – located in Milford for students who are either severely Autistic, or profoundly Intellectually limited – operated by the Clermont County Educational Service Center, designed to meet individual student needs 

Wildey Center – Located in Owensville for students that are severely handicapped or require nursing care as part of their academic day, operated by the Developmentally Disabilities Consortium, designed to meet individual student needs. 

Great Oaks Career and Technical Centers – located in Wilmington, Milford and Reading for students that meet the qualifications set up by their career or technical program of choice.