Board of education seeking design professional
The Pettisville Local School District Board of Education is accepting qualifications from design professionals to serve as the architect for the District’s proposed Outdoor Facility Project. Interested firms may request an RFQ from Dr. Stephen Switzer at sswitzer@pettisvilleschools.
The “Wellness” Policy of the Pettisville Local Schools describes the efforts of the district to promote healthy lifestyles. Individuals wishing to make suggestions regarding the policy or to have comments and invited to call the superintendent at 419-446-2705 to share ideas or ask questions.
Please see Policy 8510 for more details.
Information from previous reviews of the district wellness policy are located here:
Harassment, Intimidation and Bullying Policy
Pettisville Local Schools is committed to creating a safe, nurturing environment for all students. We do not tolerate harassment, intimidation or bullying.
Please see Policy 5517.01 for more details.
Pettisville Local Schools policy 8830 describes student records and related information.
Please see Policy 8330 for more details.
Pettisville Local School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation or transgender identity), disability, age (except as authorized by law), religion, military status, ancestry, or genetic information (collectively, Protected Classes) in its educational programs or activities.
Please see Policy 2260 for more details.
2413- Career Advising
This policy has been developed as prescribed in R.C. 3313.6020 and the State Board of Education's Model Policy. This policy shall be updated at least once every two (2) years. The policy shall be made available to students, parents/guardians/custodians, and local postsecondary institutions, residents of the District, and shall be posted on the District web site.
Career advising is an integrated process that helps students understand how their personal interests, strengths and values might predict satisfaction and success in school and related career fields, as well as how to tie these interests and strengths to their academic and career goals. Students need to have access to comprehensive resources and support to prepare for their future success. Through relevant classroom instruction, career-related learning experiences, and a program of counseling and advising, students can discover their interests and explore academic and career pathway options.
The District’s Career Advising Plan shall include:
|A. - Grade-level examples that link students’ schoolwork to one (1) or more career field|
|B. - Career advising to students in grades K-12, which includes age-appropriate activities and also includes creating and maintaining a Student Success Plan beginning in grade 6.|
|C. - Additional interventions and career advising for students who are identified as at risk of dropping out of school.|
|D. - Training for employees on how to advise students on career pathways, including training on advising students using the tools available in OhioMeansJobs K-12.|
|E. - Multiple academic and career pathways through high school that students may choose to earn a high school diploma, including opportunities to earn industry-recognized credentials and postsecondary course credit.|
|F. - Information on courses that can award students both traditional academic and career-technical credit.|
|G. - Documentation on career advising provided for review by the student, student’s parent, guardian or custodian, and schools the student may attend in the future.|
|H. - The supports necessary for students to have successful transitions from high school to their postsecondary destinations, including interventions and services for students in need of remediation in mathematics and English language arts.|
R.C. 3313.6020, Ohio Model Policy on Career Advising (ODE) (December 2014)