Mrs. Rachel Willis
330-882-6926 ext. 564006
Welcome to the Department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology website! Manchester Local Schools is an excellent academic school system and is rated as a "B" by the Ohio Department of Education. The district had a Performance Index rating of 98.7 out of 120 on the most recent report card data. Please follow this link to view more specific data from the most recently released report card. All of Manchester’s success has been made possible by dedicated staff, parent input, and a supportive Board of Education. Our Board has made this possible by giving the district the needed tools and material while at the same time making sure that the right materials are attained and used in a frugal manner. Along with that, recently many technological advances have been made within our district that will help our students to excel with ever changing 21st century demands. Teachers are implementing Ohio's Learning Standards in their classrooms and working to meet the demands of a rigorous academic curriculum. Please visit my curriculum website for more resources on Ohio’s New Learning Standards and Ohio State Tests. Please find on this page links that will provide more information for community members. Please do not hesitate to call or email me with any questions, and as always, GO PANTHERS!!
Check out my online classroom for additional curriculum related resources.
IDEA Part B (34 CFR 300.165, 34 CFR 300.201) requires that the LEA annually provide an opportunity for public comment, including individuals with disabilities and parents of children with disabilities, regarding the LEA's use of IDEA Part B funds. ARP IDEA ESSER comments will be open to the public at the December 21st BOE meeting at 6:30 pm. Any person may call 330-882-6926 during the school day to ask questions pertaining to services for all students under IDEA.
IDEA INPUT Manchester Local Schools has received a grant for the 2021-2022 school year in regard to IDEA of the Education of the Handicapped Act. The district intends to provide direct services to students through programming both in classroom units and tutoring for special need students. Any person may call 330-882-6926 during the school day to ask questions pertaining to services for all students under IDEA.