Panther Pride

Pride On The East Side Issue 5: January 14, 2022

Please check newsletter periodically as new information will be added as we receive it. (Sometimes Updated Daily) New information will be posted near the top

Free Fun and Art for CCS Families - Virtual Family Engagement Session


Get ready for the second exciting stop on the Columbus City Schools Pathway Express. We’ve got tickets for your family to visit the Columbus Museum of Art - where the galleries are rich with artwork from around the world… and all CCS families can immerse themselves in the culture and creativity the museum has to offer for FREE.

During our Thursday Virtual Family Engagement Session, we’ll preview the February Pathway Express at the Columbus Museum of Art. Hear about the ways students and families will be able to showcase their own creativity with free hands-on activities and free take-home art kits.

Thursday Virtual Family Engagement Session
Pathway Express Preview - Columbus Museum of Art
Thursday, February 10
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (on Zoom)

Families can sign up for this informative session at

Every Tuesday and Thursday, our Virtual Family Engagement Sessions provide families an opportunity to learn the latest district information, hear from our community partners, provide feedback, and get answers to questions.

We look forward to having you join us.
- CCS Family Engagement Team

8th Grade Parent Teacher Conference Link & Tutoring Links

Hello 8th Grade Families and Guardians,

Tomorrow, Tuesday, February 1, 2022 we will be having parent teacher conferences from 3:30pm to 6:30pm. We will be meeting virtually, and here is the zoom link. If you would like to set up a specific time to meet with us, please email Ms. Lisko at If you would like to just come onto the zoom and meet with you we will be there. If we keep you in the waiting room it is because we are meeting with another guardian and will let you in as soon as possible.

Here is the link we will be using.

The 8th grade team will start after school tutoring on Monday, February 7, 2022. Tutoring will happen Monday - Thursday from 4pm to 6pm. Students can log onto the zoom link we will have posted and get tutoring for any of their core subjects or Spanish if desired. Students will have to pass all of their core classes in order to participate in the 2022 8th grade promotion ceremony. If you are interested in this, and would like more information please email Ms Lisko at

The zom links for tutoring are as follows:

Monday - Wednesday -

Tuesday - Thursday -


8th Grade Team

Unified Arts Parent Teacher Conference Link

Tuesday, February 1, 2022 and Thursday, February 10, 2022 we will be having parent teacher conferences from 3:30pm to 6:30pm.

Here is the link we will be using.

Do you have a High School student in need of tutoring? Here is Free Tutoring & Dinner for High School Students (Transportation Provided If Needed)

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December 2021 Staff vs. Student Volleyball Game Recap

JOIN US Virtually January 31, 2022, Learn How Your Sophomore or Junior Can Earn College Credit in High School

Hello Columbus City Schools Parents and Guardians of all 10th and 11th-grade students!

Is your 10th or 11th grader on track to have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher by the end of the year? Are you looking for a program that offers extra support while taking college courses?

Join our special virtual session and learn more about the district's Junior JumpStart and Seniors to Sophomores program on Monday, January 31st. The virtual meeting will take place from 6:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m.

For more information, contact your school counselor or log onto the District’s website and click Higher Education Partnerships under the Department Tab.

Thank you.

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Parent Portal Instructional Video Jared Carr v2

Family Survey Window Monday, January 10 – Friday, January 28, 2022

Panorama Education Survey

Hello Columbus City Schools Families,

Our District values feedback from families, and we would like to learn more about your child’s school experience this year. CCS is collecting responses for a Family-School Relationships Survey to learn how we can better support our community during the rest of the school year and beyond.

Parents and guardians, please take 10-15 minutes to complete the Family-School Relationships Survey. You will have between January 10th and January 28th to complete. You can access the survey at just select your student’s school from the dropdown menu and click “Take this survey.”

All responses are completely anonymous and will help us to plan programs, resources, and services for the remainder of this school year.

Link is also provided below

Thank you and stay safe

Kindness Needed - Virtual Family Engagement Session


It’s been said that kindness can transform someone's dark moment with a blaze of light. We’re looking to enlist the help of parents and families to add more kindness to classrooms throughout Columbus City Schools. And it’s as easy as starting each day with a simple: “Hello!”

During our Thursday Virtual Family Engagement Session, we'll share information about our upcoming Columbus City Schools Relationship Week. Learn how students across our district will take part in activities that reaffirm our compassion, respect, trust, and love for one another and our community by building social and emotional supports

Plus, we’ll offer tips and strategies parents can use at home to encourage more kindness. Imagine if everyone connected to Columbus City Schools took part, generating more than 60,000 random acts of kindness in just one day.

Thursday Virtual Family Engagement Session
Relationship Week and Kindness in the Classroom
Thursday, January 27
6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. (on Zoom)

Sign up to join this informative session at

Every Tuesday and Thursday, our Virtual Family Engagement Sessions provide families an opportunity to learn the latest district information, hear from our community partners, provide feedback, and get answers to questions.

We look forward to engaging with you.
- CCS Family Engagement Team

What's New at Johnson Park?!

  • Pantherettes Cheerleading & Drill Team (under JP Sports)

  • Say Her Name Project

Lunch With A Loved One

Hello Panther Families,

We had such an amazing time and turn out for our first event, and we can't wait for the next one!

Unfortunately, due to the high rising numbers due to the new Covid-19 variant, this months "Lunch With A Loved One" has been until further notice.

We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Thank you for your understanding,

Johnson Park Staff

Remote Learning

Upon the return from Winter Break on January 3, 2022, there have been some Columbus City Schools returning by REMOTE LEARNING each day depending on the number of staff absences instead of returning in person.

This list will be updated each day that we receive notice.

Please see the list of schools below.

Schools Transitioning to Remote Learning

Good Evening Columbus City Schools Families, Teachers, and Staff,

Please listen carefully to this evening’s update for Friday, January 28, 2022.

Due to an increased number of staff absences, Northtowne Elementary School will transition to remote learning for Friday, January 28. The school will NOT hold in-person classes.

Classes are canceled for the following schools due to heating issues in the buildings:

  • Siebert Elementary School
  • West Broad Elementary School
  • Columbus City Preparatory School for Boys and the BlendED Pre-K through 8 program due to teachers and staff who typically work on-site at the Boys School.

All other Columbus City Schools will be in-person learning for Friday, January 28, 2022.

The District will continue to monitor staff absences that come in through the evening and Friday morning and notify families, teachers, and staff, of any updates via the District dialer, email, and local news outlets.

Thank you.

Principal Introduction

Greetings Panther Family!

It is such a privilege to serve the Johnson Park community! I am the proud new principal at Johnson Park Middle School. This is my 22nd year with Columbus City Schools and I actual began my teaching career here at Johnson Park. We have great instructional and social goals for our students. You will most certainly get more information about our learning standards and goals as well as our PBIS behavior model. Each day our students are in dress code and ready to learn and earn. Please find more information on our school website and listen weekly for updates. Johnson Park… Pride on the Eastside!

Staci Rouse


Assistant Principal Introduction

Hello Johnson Park families, my name is John Blackstone, and I am the new Assistant Principal at Johnson Park Middle School. I am coming to Columbus City Schools from the Groveport Madison district and this is my 3rd year as an administrator. I am excited to work with your students as we change the face of education coming back from the COVID-19 delay. I enjoy many outdoor activities including sports and look forward to seeing your students on the court or field this year.

John Blackstone

Assistant Principal

Nurses Corner

Please notify Nurse Judy of any medication or health information, including changes, regarding your student if you have not already done so.

If your student is feeling ill or experiencing Covid-like symptoms, please:

  1. Keep them home until they are symptom free for 24 hours
  2. Get tested if symptoms last more than 48 hours

If a student is sent home for Covid-like symptoms:

A parent or guardian will be called to pick them up, and that student may not return until symptoms are improving and fever free for 24 hours.

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Free Covid Tests Delivered To Your Home

The Postal Service is delivering one shipment of 4 COVID tests per residential address.

Enter your name, address and email at

to request a shipment.

New COVID-19 Quarantine Guidelines

Updated COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Guidance

Columbus City Schools has adopted the newest guidance from the CDC regarding COVID-19 isolation and quarantine procedures, following the recommendation of Columbus Public Health. Learn more about the updated CDC guidance here.

  • If You Test Positive for COVID-19, regardless of vaccination status, everyone should isolate for 5 days.
    • If you have no symptoms or your symptoms are resolving after 5 days, you can leave your home and return to school/work as long as you continue to wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
    • Previously, the CDC recommended an isolation period of 10 days.
  • If You Were Exposed to Someone with COVID-19, your vaccination status (including whether you have received a booster shot) will determine the need to quarantine and test. Click here for additional details from the CDC.

For any in-school exposures, we are continuing to follow the current Ohio Department of Health (ODH) Mask to Stay/Test to Play guidelines. Students who have an in-school exposure and are asymptomatic can continue to remain in class while wearing a mask and closely monitoring for symptoms.


If you are having symptoms of COVID-19, you are strongly encouraged to take a COVID test. While the at-home test kits are in short supply in our area, there are providers who are administering PCR tests. Check the Ohio Department of Health website to find a PCR test provider.

CCS has a very limited supply of at-home COVID test kits remaining. We expect to receive a new shipment of the kits next week and will provide more information on the availability of the kits at that time.

CCS COVID Reporting Hotline

If you are a CCS employee or a parent of a student that has tested positive or has had a confirmed community exposure, here’s how to report an exposure or positive case to CCS:

  • Call the CCS COVID-19 Reporting Hotline at 614-365-5544 and leave a message with the requested information; OR
  • Email your positive COVID-19 test results to the District Administrative Contact Tracers at
  • A CCS Contact Tracer will return your call or email to provide further guidance.
  • A positive test result should always be reported to your healthcare provider as well.


Our best defense against COVID-19 is the safe and effective vaccines that are widely available. I encourage everyone in our CCS community to get vaccinated. And if you are already vaccinated, be sure to take the time to get your booster shot!

For a list of locations providing the COVID-19 vaccine to ages 5 years and older, visit or

As a reminder, next week we will hold the second round of our dedicated COVID-19 vaccination clinics for eligible students ages 5-11 who received their first dose in December. The clinics will be held at CCS elementary and middle schools during regular school hours.

Mask Up

We continue to require all students, staff, and visitors to wear a mask indoors at all CCS buildings. For the greatest effectiveness against the airborne virus, it is important to always wear a mask properly so that it covers your mouth and nose.

Preparing for a Shift to Remote Learning

From seeing other school districts locally and across the state shift to remote learning due to staffing shortages, we know that it is a possibility for CCS. If we see a shortage of teachers or substitutes to cover classes or a shortage of bus drivers to safely transport students, we would make the temporary shift to remote learning for the affected schools.

While we would make every effort to notify staff and families ahead of time as soon as possible, these shifts can happen abruptly. I encourage all students, teachers, and staff to take their devices and technology home with them every night. Or, I encourage you to have a plan for how you would adjust to remote learning.

We hope that it does not come to this for any of our schools, but we are planning just in case.

Staff Absence Reporting

Our preparations depend on having a clear understanding of our staffing levels on school days. If you are a staff member who is feeling ill, I encourage you to notify your supervisor or submit your absence request as soon as possible. The earlier we know about absences, the better we can prepare and serve our students.

I look forward to starting the New Year strong and seeing our students and staff back in the classroom on Monday, January 3, 2022.


Talisa Dixon
Superintendent/CEO, Columbus City Schools

Family Ambassador Announcement & Introduction

Hello Johnson Park families, my name is Jaquella Morris, and I am your Family Ambassador. This is my second year at Johnson Park Middle School, and I am looking forward to connecting and engaging with you all.

As Family Ambassador my goal to help strengthen the communication and engagement between our staff, parents and your child/children’s education. This year Johnson Park is happy to announce that we will be partnering with Ms. Chaka Diop for the SEL (Social Emotional Learning) Program. I will personally be working close with her and our School Social Worker to help implement SEL leadership plans into our learning environment for the benefit our families. We will strive to create new beneficial ways to encourage families to engage and assist your child/children with assignments and for you to engage in more school activities to show your support. I will also work on building new partnerships, community connections and resources for our school and families.

Panther Parent Engagement meeting dates have changed. To accommodate other schedules meetings will no longer be held bi-weekly on Tuesdays. They will now be bi-weekly on Thursdays from 9:00-9:30 a.m. starting at the end January. During this time, we will discuss future engagement plans and upcoming school events (testing prep etc.) during the first 15-20 minutes, and have Q & A during the remaining 10-15 minutes.

In attendance of the meetings may be:

1. An administrative staff member

2. SEL Coordinator- Ms. Chaka

3. School Social Worker- Mrs. Marshall

4. Myself- Ms. Morris

5. Occasionally our school Nurse- Nurse Judy or Guidance Counselor- Mrs. Suhoza if the topic of discussion calls for their assistance and expertise.

In the event that a meeting date happens to fall on a day that we are on break, the meeting will then occur on the next scheduled Thursday after we return to school.

If you have any questions in between meetings, I can be reached via my zoom link

Mon-Wed from 9am-11am

Please see information link and details below to RSVP for Panther Parent Engagement Meetings.

Next Panther Parent Engagement

Thursday, Jan. 27th, 9-9:30am

This is an online event.

Jaquella Morris is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Panther Parent Engagement

Time: Jan. 27, 2022 09:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Bi-weekly on Thursdays, until May 19, 2022

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 874 5310 3914

Find your local number:

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Bell Schedule

  • School begins at 7:25 am with the tardy bell ringing at 7:30 am. Doors will open at 7:15 am. If students arrive early, they will be seated in the auditorium.

  • We will begin dismissal at 2:25 pm.
  • Dismissal end time is 2:35 pm.
  • Please let office staff know if there is a change in transportation by 2:00pm. This gives the office staff time to notify teacher and student of changes.

  • For the safety of our students, parents must enter the building with an official ID. These include a Driver’s License, State ID, a Passport, SRSU ID/Picture ID.

Chromebook Repair & Replacement

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Johnson Park Panther Sports

Boys Basketball

  • Practices will be from 2:30-4:30
  • There will be an Activity Bus available to take kids home afterwards.

See Coach Ruffin or contact him at or call 614-966-6445

for forms and further information

Unfortunately, we will had to cancel the girl's basketball season due to the fact that we did not have enough eligible girls interested in playing.

Pantherettes Cheerleading and Drill Team

  • This opportunity will be for 7th & 8th grade girls
  • Dates and times for practices TBA

See Coach Reddae during 8th period or after school for more information

In School Resources

Student Closet

  • We will be accepting donations for the student closet.
  • All donations are greatly appreciated!
  • If you have donations, please call the office ahead of time so that we are aware and prepared for you.

Thanks so much,

Johnson Park Staff

Social Emotional Learning

Johnson Park Family,

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is happening throughout the Johnson Park Learning Community. To continue gaining momentum we are looking to create a shared vision with the voice of ALL stakeholders. We need your voice!

Take a moment to scan the QR code and compete the form. You do not have to answer every question, just the questions you're most comfortable with.

SEL at Home: "What's New"

Create an opportunity to promote connectedness within the family. Each person takes the opportunity to share any new happening or ideas. Since each person decided for themselves what experience they are willing to share.

"What’s New?” builds Responsible Decision-Making skills by encouraging participants
to choose the news that feels right to them to share in this moment (Situation Analysis and Evaluating), and the Relationship Skills of Communication and Social Engagement as
participants respectfully share and receive information.

Community Health Related Resources

Male Behavioral Health -ALL

Male Behavioral Health is excited to launch a website to feature black therapists and clinicians in Ohio. The goal of this website is to make it easier for individuals and families to gain access to competent and qualified black mental health professionals. Our hope is to make this website widely available as a resource. This is a free service to our community and the website can be found at and

Male Behavioral Health Inc – (MBH) exists to educate, advocate, and to bring attention to the profound mental, emotional, and behavioral health needs of men and boy through research, trainings, and direct practice.

Black Mental Health Ohio – Just another WordPress site

Covid-19 Testing Information

Columbus City Schools to Provide Free At-Home COVID-19 Rapid Tests for Students, Staff

Columbus City Schools has partnered with Columbus Public Health (CPH) to offer a limited number of voluntary, at-home BinaxNow COVID-19 rapid test kits for any student or staff member in a school or transportation center who is symptomatic or a close contact of a positive case.

The free, convenient testing option will be available to students and staff beginning next week.

“Even before students returned to classrooms five days a week, we worked closely with Columbus Public Health to be proactive and vigilant to slow the spread of COVID-19,” said Superintendent Dr. Talisa Dixon. “We recently announced vaccine clinics for students and staff, and these rapid test kits present the District with an additional layer of protection to detect infections early and get ahead of potential outbreaks, including asymptomatic spread, keep schools open, and protect our entire community.”

Families of any student receiving an at-home rapid test will also be notified by their school, per district contact tracing protocols. Families can notify their school of their positive or negative status by submitting:

  • Printed copy of BinaxNow test results;
  • Emailing digital copy of BinaxNow test results to the school (principal/nurse/teacher); or
  • Emailing detailed, verifiable screenshot of BinaxNow test results.

About BinaxNOW At-Home Rapid Test Kits

The BinaxNOW Test is a 15-minute rapid antigen test used to detect an active COVID-19 infection. The test was developed by Abbott Laboratories and approved for use by the U.S Federal Drug Administration (FDA). The self-tests are provided for easy at-home use with a computer, tablet, or smartphone with video capabilities. Proctored (English & Spanish) eMED telehealth sessions are available to oversee test administration and provide electronic copies of results.

BinaxNOW Self-Test Walkthrough Video

This BinaxNOW Test is recommended for individuals who are identified as a close contact:

  • Individuals directly exposed to COVID-19 at school; or
  • Individuals identified as a close contact due to a household member being exposed to COVID-19; or
  • Symptomatic individuals showing signs of illness consistent with COVID-19.

Students and staff who test negative and are showing no symptoms will be able to return to school/work or stay in school/work, avoiding quarantine.

The BinaxNOW Test kits may have a past expiration date, but the FDA has extended the dates for tests issued by the Ohio Department of Health:

Additional information regarding COVID-19 health and safety protocols in Columbus City Schools is available online.

For additional COVID-19-realated information in the City of Columbus, visit

Community Assistance Resources

NEW: 24/7 Online Tutoring Platform Available for Middle, High School Students

Dear Columbus City Schools Families,

During the recent Summer Experience, the District introduced Paper, a new 24/7 online tutoring platform for secondary students. This school year, students in grades six through 12 will benefit from additional access to high-quality, 1:1 tutoring. The partnership is part of the District’s efforts to accelerate learning, bridge academic gaps, and address learning loss in an equitable way.

Paper is a secure, online tutoring service that provides students with unlimited academic support. Whether they’re stuck on homework, studying for a test, or need someone to read and make suggestions to their essays, tutors are available online to assist students in over 200 subjects in multiple languages. Paper trains tutors to conduct expert academic support in a secure, chat-based platform. With a commitment to helping students learn, they’ll never give students answers but rather interact with them in an encouraging tone to lead them forward.

Paper is a free service available through the District, and students are encouraged to use it as much as they need, whenever they need it. Teachers also have accounts and will be able to review all student activity to see what they’re working on and provide more targeted instruction as needed.

Paper is now available for students in Clever. Parents can learn more about the platform and how it benefits students by participating in a Parent Info Session hosted by Paper.

School Uniform/Clothing assistance - Charity Newsies

Providing clothing, coats and shoe vouchers for children from ages 5-18

Spectrum: Free access to internet service to student households

Charter-Spectrum announced Friday it will offer free access to broadband and WiFi services to households with students who do not already have the services. Free broadband and Wi-Fi access will be available for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription at any service level up to 100 Mbps.

To enroll in the service you can call 1-844-488-8395, the company says it will waive installation fees for student households.

Housing and Home Furnishing Resources

Section 8 Waitlist is OPEN!

Smaller counties have shorter waitlists, but you would have to reside there for 1 year minimum before moving back to Franklin County or any other county

MAPS Furniture Bank

Free Furniture Assistance Must Have Referral Call for details on who can give referrals 118 S. Yale Ave Columbus, OH 43222 614-272-9544 Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 5 pm

Words of Rental Wisdom *Know Your Rights as a Tenant*

  • Always Read Your Lease to its Entirety! Especially the "Tenants Rights" section.

  • If you are having issues with your private landlord or rental office completing home repairs and/or complying with safety guidelines (electrical, flooding, pluming etc.), you have the right to put your rent in Escrow.

  • You CAN NOT be evicted for putting your rent in Escrow.
  • *Note that rent does still have to be paid on time and in full to Escrow.

  • Also make sure to file a complaint with the City of Columbus Code Enforcement Office.

  • Code Enforcement will come out to inspect the neglected reported repairs needed and contact your landlord or rental office with a list needed repairs and a deadline to have them completed.

  • Escrow will hold your rent until said landlord or rental office completes the needed repairs and will not release the rent until you sign for it to be released.

  • From my own personal experience and lessons learned in my early and mid 20's, NEVER release your rent until all repairs have been completed.

Links for contact information and website for both Escrow and Code Enforcement have been provided below.

Free Legal Assistance

Johnson Park Middle School

Principal-Ms. Rouse -

Assistant Principal-Mr. Blackstone -

School Nurse - Nurse Judy -

School Social Worker - Ms. Marshall -

School Counselor - Mrs. Suhoza -

School Secretary II - Ms. McKinley -

Family Ambassador - Ms. Morris -

Attendance - Phone: 614-365-3299

Please send absence excuses to:



Please contact the CCS Transportation office for accurate bus numbers for your student(s) at 614-365-5074.

Or visit the office at

1560 Moler Rd

Columbus, Ohio 43207

MS and HS Virtual School Choice Fair

I am excited to share with you the dates for the Virtual School Choice Fair for Middle and High School and extend an invitation for you to join us. The High School Fair will be held, January 13, from 1:00 -2:15 p.m. and 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. The Middle School Fair will also be held on January 13th from 6:00-7:30

If you are new to CCS, or looking for different opportunities for your student, the School Choice Fair provides families the opportunity to speak with our building administration and to ask questions you may have about the school.

Each school has created a video highlighting the many exciting opportunities available in their building. The videos are posted to the CCS website for families to view.

On January 13th, during the virtual fair sessions, a Zoom link will be posted on the CCS website so that families can join a live meeting with the school principal or representative. Translators will be available in Arabic, French, Nepali, Somali and Spanish to assist families that require language assistance. Should you require translation assistance, please complete the Registration Form located on the CCS website prior to the School Choice Fair.

If you have any questions or need additional assistance, please contact the School Choice Lottery office at 614-365-7459.

Columbus Promise to CCS Seniors Class of 2022

Deadline Dates April 15, 2022 August 15, 2022

Family Activities

Columbus Rec & Park Summer Camp Info 2022

Outdoor Rec Summer Camp Registration

· Outdoor Rec Summer Camp- Thursday, February 24 at 7 pm
(Community Rec summer camp registration is March 1 at 7 pm)
· Register on Active Net
o Camp details and themes will be available online on February 1
· Camp locations include: Camp Terra, Discover Boating, Gram & Gramp Camp, Indian Village Day Camp, Teen Camp, & Adaptive Outdoor Recreation Camp
· Camp begins June 13 and runs for 10 weeks through August 19

Camp Turnberry
Unfortunately we have made the difficult decision to no longer run our Camp Turnberry program. After several discussions and careful thought we believe it was best for our customers, program, and staff that we no longer run this camp. Thank you to all the families and participants who have attended in the past, we hope to see you all soon. Please let us know if you need assistance finding an alternative camp location.

Counselor in Training (CIT)
The CIT program is a leadership development volunteer program for teens ages 13-17. CITs assist with daily operations of the Outdoor Recreation day camps while taking on new tasks to grow as leaders. CITs work alongside camp counselors to facilitate outdoor activities for focusing on conservation education and adventure recreation.
· New and returning CITs should apply- the online application will be available March 1.
· March 25 is the application deadline.
· If you are a new applicant and interested in receiving an update when the application is available let us know and we can add you to the list, returning CITs will also be notified when the application is open.

Hiring for Summer ‘22
We will begin hiring in February for our upcoming summer season. Our amazing staff is what makes our summer program such a success. We are looking for highly motivated individuals who desire to work with kids and love to be outside. We have a variety of positions open from camp directors to logistics. If you know of someone who you think would be a good addition to our team, have them send their resume to and we can share more information about available positions.

Summer Program Fair for Special Education (Open to all Central Ohio families) 2022

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