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Early Intervention News

earlyinvWarren County has THE BEST Early Intervention Service Coordinators!!
This past year was like no other and they all succeeded in finding creative and new virtual ways to stay connected with our Warren
County families and continue to coordinate, facilitate, and monitor the needed Early Intervention services for their children.
I am very grateful for each of these amazing ladies!

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Back to School Immunizations

Back to SchoolWarren County Health District Immunization Clinic

When: Saturday, August 21, 2021
Where: 416 S. East St. Lebanon Ohio

Call To Schedule an Appointment

513-695-1468
513-695-1229
513-695-1262

All required vaccines and any recommended vaccines for children entering Kindergarten, 7th grade and 12th grade will be available.A copy of a current shot record is required.
Bring all insurance cards.

School Psychology Department News

Pych news The School Psychology Department worked hard this school year to safely serve students in Carlisle Local, Wayne Local, Kings Local, Little Miami Local, and GOVS.  The staff of fifteen psychologists and one school psychology intern worked with students who ranged in age from almost three to twenty-two years old and who were served in a variety of programming both virtually and in person. 

The department theme this past year was “Spreading Seeds of Kindness-Compassion-Grace-Love and Joy”.  The school psychologists started off on Opening Day with Eric Carle’s book “The Tiny Seed” and discussed how the journey of the tiny seed as well as the other seeds cast out on to land reflect the work they do out in the districts and individually with the students. The theme of the book is about perseverance, but it is also a study in hope and to keep going and not be discouraged by the things that don't go the way one thinks they should. After this discussion, each psychologist was challenged with the task of spreading kindness to others.  Suggestions were given, but everyone was encouraged to spread kindness in any way that they saw fit.