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Windfall School (age 6-21)

Windfall School, located inside the Medina County Achievement Center, is a place where students are encouraged to learn at their own pace and according to their individual needs and abilities. We strive to build each child’s self-esteem, confidence, imagination, and desire to learn.

Windfall School emphasizes individual and small group instruction in communication, daily living, academic skills, vocational skills, and community learning opportunities. Three of our classrooms are dedicated to serving students with multiple disabilities while another three specifically serve students on the autism spectrum.


Welcome to Windfall School Handbook 2021-2022

Windfall Wildcat News

Windfall School Lunch Menu

Windfall School Covid-19 Information



Windfall School Office
330-725-7751; option 1

School Staff Directory


Transition Services (age 14-21)

State law requires that students begin receiving Transition Services at age 14 and that those services are included in the student’s Individual Educational Plan (IEP). Transition is about creating a path to adult life that includes meaningful community connections through work, life, and social opportunities. We are here to help guide you through this time of change and growth, as your student prepares to enter the adult world.

Transition Services
330-725-7751 option 2

Our Transition Services Specialists help coordinate services such as continuing education, vocational education, integrated/supported employment, independent living, daily living skills and community participation

Transition Planning Timeline


School Forms

Medical Emergency Form

Request for the Administration of Medication/Treatment

Consent/Release Form


Drop-off/Parking Map

Semi-annual Report of Bullying Incidents

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

Box Tops for Education

Apples for Students – our school ID number is 3294

A Guide to Parent Rights in Special Education – ODE Website

FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) Website

Ohio Department of Education Special Education Website


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