• The Pupil Services Department


    Mission Statement

    To promote a comprehensive developmentally, age-appropriate and sequential student services programming that supports the academic, career and social-emotional development of all students.

  • Aimee Kirsch
    Assistant Superintendent - Pupil Services
    Phone: (330) 664-4856

    Deborah Allen
    Coordinator of Student Services
    Phone: (330) 664-4858

    Rita Lewis
    Phone: (330) 664-4855


    May is Mental Health Awareness Month


    During May we work as a community to raise awareness and educate the public about mental illnesses and reduce the stigma that surrounds mental illnesses.  The theme for 2021 is “You are Not Alone.”  You are Not Alone focused on the healing value of connecting in safe ways, prioritizing mental health and acknowledging that it is okay to not be okay.


    April is World Autism Awareness Month


    Autism awareness month officially launches on April 2nd which is a day of autism awareness across the world.  This year the theme is committing to a kinder world.  Individuals are invited to light up with kindness throughout the month, by helping create a world where all people with autism can reach their full potential.


    Down Syndrome World Awareness Day is March 21


    Did you know that Down Syndrome—a disorder that occurs when there is a duplication of the twenty-first chromosome—affects approximately 6,000 babies at birth every year? So on March 21—a date chosen to represent the chromosomal defection found in Down Syndrome (the twenty-first day of the third month)— we celebrate World Down Syndrome Day, an event created to raise public awareness, promote inclusivity, encourage advocacy, and support the wellbeing of those living with Down Syndrome.


    March - May 2021

    Throughout the entire year the Pupil Services Department works to promote a culture of caring.  The months of March, April, and May an additional emphasis is placed on understanding diversity and inclusion of all students.  Over the next several months, students will be engaging in special activities and classroom guidance lessons to promote this culture of caring and inclusion.



    Suicide Prevention Day


    Suicide is a topic that is both extremely difficult to talk about, and one that we can't afford to ignore.  Among high school students, suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death. Four out of five young people who attempt suicide show clear warning signs beforehand.  This means that we can look out for each other and help prevent suicide.  If a friend or classmate just isn’t acting like themselves, if their mood or behavior has changed, they’re withdrawing from friends, or they’re making statements about feeling hopeless or helpless; they could be thinking about suicide.  The best way you can support them is to help them talk to a trusted adult as soon as possible, such as their parents or a school counselor.  If you or someone you know needs immediate assistance, the emergency resources below are available 24/7.

    Suicide Prevention Lifeline- 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

    Crisis Text Line - Text HELLO to 741-741

    Emergency - Call 911


    Copley-Fairlawn Cares Food Program:     Copley Fairlawn City Schools is teaming up with the Copley Outreach Center to offer nutritious meals and snacks for children over weekends and extended breaks. Any child enrolled in Copley-Fairlawn Schools is eligible. If your child(ren) could benefit from this program, we encourage you to register by completing the opt-in form and returning it to the school office or school counselor.

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