St. William School Autism Program
4125 St. William Avenue * Cincinnati, OH 45205* 513-471-2989
Director of Special Education: Rebecca Moore
Cell phone: 513-430-1996
Principal Michael Monnig email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Offering A Private Education For Children
on the Autism Spectrum
St. William School is registered as a private provider with the Ohio Autism Scholarship Program.
Interested in enrolling your child in St. William School Autism Scholarship Program? Please call the school office at 513-471-2989. You should be prepared to provide your child's current IEP, ETRs (Evaluations of all types), Birth Certificate, Immunization records, and proof of residence such as a utility bill. A screening will be scheduled to determine proper placement within the program. Registration fee is $175 or 9 monthly payments of $25.
Elizabeth Gronotte, Intervention Specialist (K-12), Early Childhood (P-3)
Sarah Giglio, Intervention Specialist (K-12)
Jenny VanSickle, Intervention Specialist (K-12)
Michelle (Jacquelyn) Wernke, Intervention Specialist (K-12)
Rachael Didusch, Intervention Specialist (K-12)
Theresa Schmelzer, School - Speech and Language Pathologist
Mary Hils, Occupational Therapist Assistant
Krista Carroll, Occupational Therapist
St. William School Autism Program strives to ensure that each child is able to reach his or her full potential. Our goal is to teach and/or improve social, behavioral, communication, and academic skills for children on the Autism Spectrum. Our on-going assessments ensure continued, appropriate placement.
The St. William School Autism Program may be the perfect place to give your child the “jump start” he or she needs in academic, as well as social preparation. Our staff will assist in planning a successful transition to other educational levels when needed.
Students benefit from:
* Intensive academics * Behavioral plans for at risk
* Home and school collaboration children
* Center-based teaching environment * Social Skills
* Special programs * Muscle/Sensory Room
(music, gym, library, computers, art) * Professional workshops for
* Resource Room staff and families
* Values-based education *On-campus program
* main-streaming * 1:1 therapy and tutoring
* Interactive games, activities and toys * Peer and group interaction