290 N. Co. Rd. 7 Bascom, OH 419-937-2804

  • Columbian High School, 300 South Monroe Street Phone: 419-447-6331

  • Tiffin Middle School, 103 Shepherd Drive  Phone: 419-447-3358

  • Noble Elementary, 130 Minerva St  Phone: 419-448-5219

  • Washington Elementary, 151 Elmer St.  Phone: 419-447-1702 

  • Krout Elementary, 20 Glenn St.  Phone: 419-447-2652

H. S. and BOE 7635 N. Co. Rd. 51 Old Fort, OH 419-992-4291

Elementary, 118 Washington Street, Bettsville, Ohio 44815 Phone: 419-986-5166

Services for children ages birth up thru 5 years old.  Early Intervention - Help me Grow.  The Help Me Grow/ Early Intervention (HMG EI) program, located in the Family Learning Center at Sentinel and the Early Childhood Center of Fostoria, offers comprehensive service coordination, evaluation, referral and infant stimulation play groups for infants and toddlers from birth to age three and their families. Family support, parent education and transition services are also available to families. An Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) identifying specific outcomes is designed to empower families and promote each child’s development and skill acquisition. 

190 St. Francis Ave. Tiffin, OH  Phone: 419-455-9295

797 E. Twp. Road 201 Tiffin Ohio  Phone: 419-447-7674

44 N. Perry St. New Riegel, OH 419-595-2256

928 West Market Street, Suite A, Tiffin, Ohio 44883 Phone: 419-447-2927

780 E. County Road 20, Tiffin, OH  Phone: 419-447-7521

793 Twp. Rd. 201 Tiffin, OH   Phone: 419-448-1212
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GED preparatory classes and testing 
• Adult Basic Training Classes Tuesday and Thursday 9:00am to 11:30 am, Monday-Wednesday 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm, Monday through Thursday 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm Friday- Closed 
• Adult Classes in Business, Auto Trades, Real Estate, EMT training Call between 12:00 pm and 8:00 pm 

3343 U.S. 224, Attica, OH 419-426-3312

928 W. Market St. Tiffin, OH 44883 Phone: 419-447-2927

  • Fostoria High School, 1001 Park Ave, Fostoria (419) 436-4110

  • Fostoria Middle School, 1202 H L Ford Drive, Fostoria (419) 436-4120

  • Longfellow Elementary, 619 Sandusky Street  (419) 436-4135

  • Riley Elementary, 1324 Walnut St, (419) 436-4145

Tiffin University 419-447-6442 (operator) Miami St. Tiffin, Oh
Terra State Community College 800-334-3888 -2830 Napoleon Rd. Fremont , OH 
Heidelberg University 419-448-2058 -310 East Market St. Tiffin, OH 
Owens Community College 567-429-3500 3200 Bright Rd.Findlay, OH
Mercy Hospital of Tiffin Education Department 419-455-7186 -45 St. Lawrence Dr. Tiffin, OH 
Fostoria Community Hospital Education Department 419-436-6688 -501 Van Buren St. Fostoria, OH P.O


The School of Opportunity offers children ages five through twenty-one comprehensive educational services structured to meet the academic, vocational, social, physical and emotional needs of the student. It is designed to maximize each child’s level of functioning in all areas of development, to strengthen families to access community supports and to promote self-determination so that children and their families become better self-advocates. 
The program features a general education curriculum which blends the academic content standards with functional, community-based activities for student training and Individualized Educational Program (IEP) design. Vocational training options feature classroom, center and community-based job sites. Job development, placement and coaching are offered based on the student’s ability level and vocational interest. Ancillary services may include, but are not limited to, language development, occupational and physical therapies, health care and adaptive physical education. Supports are provided as identified in the student’s IEP or the child’s IFSP.
Home Based services consist of home instruction for those infants, children or young adults who are unable to attend scheduled sessions at the regular program sites. Services are offered in the child’s natural setting and at a time convenient for the child and the family. Adult Services The Adult Services Program provides the opportunity for acquisition and maintenance of vocational, social, physical, and emotional development. The adult program consists of those services, which provide or ensure provision of employment experiences through Seneca Re-Ad Industries, Inc. and habilitation programs for eligible individuals. Such services include training, comprehensive evaluation, work adjustment, sheltered employment, community employment services, habilitation, senior services, and ancillary services. 
To be eligible for services in the adult program an individual must currently reside in Seneca County, be sixteen years of age or older, and meet the criteria for developmental disabilities in the OEDI.


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