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Dear Families.  The Ohio State University in partnership with the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce has asked districts to notify parents of students receiving IEP services about an opportunity to complete a Special Education Family Survey.  Please find the link to the survey below in the language of your preference.  Additionally, in a continued effort by The Ohio State University and the Ohio Department of Education and Workforce to receive adequate representation of the perspective of parents/caregivers of Black students, a video is provided in the same link as the survey that features a culture broker to encourage Black families to participate in the survey.  Here is the survey link by language:

Here is the link to the culture broker.  This is a short video from a Black parent and school psychologist advocating for completion of the survey.

We believe that all students can reach their goals and we want to create the conditions for our Tallmadge students to succeed. To assist students and families, the Department of Student Services coordinates the following:
  • Special Education Services 
  • Section 504 Compliance
  • Related Services
  • Special Education Preschool
  • McKinney-Vento Homeless Education
  • Health, Counseling, and Psychological Services
The Student Services office will diligently be working to increase the caliber of our district programs, procedures, and supports for our students. For questions or additional information, please contact the Director of Student Services directly.

Contact Information

Roy R. Zeman Jr., Director
330-633-3291 x8203

Amanda Cardoni, Secretary and Registrar, EMIS
330-633-3291 x8211

General Information

Tallmadge City Schools participates in the federally funded Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEIA, Title VI-B) and the Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE).  These federally-funded programs provide supplemental assistance to school districts for supporting the educational program and the provision of a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) to students with disabilities from three through 21 years of age.  If you have any questions or comments regarding these two federal programs, please contact Roy Zeman, Director of Student Services & Data Analytics at 330-633-3291 ext. 8203 or email at [email protected] with any questions, concerns, or names for Child Find referral within the Tallmadge City School District.
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