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TPS offers a wide variety of educational programs. Each provides excellent learning opportunities by serving the needs, interests and abilities of students and families.
The Educare program strives to enhance the lives of children with disabilities through excellence in education and healthcare. The Multi-Disability/Medically Fragile program will be located at Reynolds Elementary, 5000 Norwich Rd., starting with the 2014-2015 school year.
Tracie Lee - Head Teacher
Office Telephone: 419.671.8752
Office Fax: 419.671.8753
Program hours are 9 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
Adult Education Center
TPS Adult Education Center
3301 Upton Ave.
Toledo, Ohio 43613
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Early Childhood Education
Toledo Public Schools offers a variety of options for children ages 3-5, including both Head Start and preschool classes. We believe that early education is important, and we know that it makes a difference in the lives of children as they enter Kindergarten.
Early Education is available to any student aged 3-5 who resides in the Toledo Public Schools district in a variety of elementary school locations. Both half and full day programs are available.
For information and registration, please call 419-671-9100. Please fax completed forms to 419-671-9120.
You may also download the following registration documents and deliver them to our Early Education Enrollment Office at DeVilbiss (3301 Upton Ave.).
Updated August 5, 2016
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College Credit Plus
The College Credit Plus (CCP) Program enables public high school students in Ohio to enroll in classes at colleges or universities in the state. If classes are successfully completed, students can earn credits for their high school and college transcripts.
The purpose of this program is to promote rigorous educational pursuits and to provide a wider variety of options to high school students.
Toledo Public Schools offers three ways to participate. The first is for the student to attend classes on a college or university campus. The second is for the student to enroll in college-level classes on the high school campus. Finally, there is an online option.
High schools will give students credit for the classes, as long as they meet graduation requirements. Students must receive a passing grade to get credit. If a college course is taken for both college and high school graduation credit, there is no charge to the student for the costs of tuition, textbooks, materials or fees -- as long as the student earns a passing grade. (However, the textbooks remain the property of the school district once the course is completed.)
For families wanting to know more about the College Credit Plus program through Toledo Public Schools, click here. For those students wanting to participate in the fall, they must return the Intent to Participate Form by April 1. (Home-schooled students must return their form directly to the Ohio Department of Education).
Click here for the latest College Credit Plus newsletter from TPS.
The Ohio Higher Education department has created a FAQs sheet about the program. Click here to read.
If students or their families have more questions, they can contact Diana Jones-Manley, the director of the district's gifted program, at email@example.com or at 419-671-0302 or Jennifer Lawless, director of strategic initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-671-0380.
Here are links to TPS's university partners: University of Toledo: http://www.utoledo.edu/admission/dualcredit/index.html and Owens Community College: www.owens.edu/collegecreditplus/