PUPIL SERVICES DEPARTMENTSupporting the success of all students
The Pupil Services Department is devoted to the health, development and achievement of all students in the Beavercreek City Schools District. Every day, our dedicated staff partners with teachers, staff, parents, and students to provide comprehensive services and programs that enable our students to excel in the classroom and beyond.
From preschool to special education to health services and more, our department supports all students in our district—from 3 years to 21 years of age! That’s why we have worked hard to build a strong team of knowledgeable, compassionate, and motivated individuals who are all united behind one mission: supporting the success of all students.
You can learn more about our services and programs in this section. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me at any time.
Bobbie Fiori, Director, Pupil Services
A school attendance officer monitors students' attendance in grades K-12 and assists parents and students with attendance/enrollment related concerns. Visit our Student Registration page for more information about enrolling in our district. View our attendance area maps for more information about school and district boundaries.
Counseling and Guidance Services
Our team of licensed professionals provide counseling for students and parents, assess children for academic and remediation purposes, provide academic guidance, make referrals to outside agencies, and coordinate the district’s testing programs. Learn more about the services we provide.
The schools' Prevention/Intervention Coordinator works with students in grades K-12 to educate them about matters including substance abuse and prevention, personal safety, bullying, social skills, emotional health and other relevant topics.
School Health Services
All of our schools are staffed by both certified school nurses and classified staff nurses who provide a variety of services that range from screenings to First Aid. Learn more about our staff and the services they provide.
Social Work Services
A District school social worker is available to assist students and their families. Referrals are made through individual school buildings' assistance teams. For information contact your child's building Principal or call the Pupil Services office at 426-1522.
Our staff is committed to providing high quality, comprehensive support services for children with learning and/or behavioral disabilities, developmental handicaps, multi-handicapped conditions, and other handicaps or conditions for students ages 3-21. Learn more about our staff, the services they provide, and resources that are available to parents.ProgramsOur character education program lays the groundwork for good citizenship and helps students understand what is expected of them in terms of conduct. At the core of the program are "pillars of character" that include caring, citizenship, fairness, respect, responsibility and trustworthiness. Learn more about our program and our Service Learning Projects!ESL
We provide support services for students who have a language other than English as their primary or home language and who are not yet English language proficient.
Home instruction is for students who are unable to attend school on a regular basis for reasons related to physical or mental health. Learn more about how to apply.
Home Schooling is the education of children at home, typically by parents or professional tutors, rather than in a public or private school. Home schooling forms must be submitted annually. Learn more.
The Beavercreek Schools Preschool Program is free and open to children 3-5 years of age who qualify for special education services. Children from the community are also invited to register as tuition students for a fee. Learn more about our program, our staff, and how to apply.
Last Modified on October 30, 2017