The successful operation of Constellation Schools relies on the efforts of parents. Parents are encouraged to fully participate in parent/teacher conferences and other academic-related meetings, and to become partners with the school through volunteer activities that directly impact the school and the educational environment.

Parents can become partners with the school through numerous ways. Suggestions include:

✦ Driving on special outings
✦ Helping teachers make materials
✦ Sharing a special subject
✦ Pitching in on fundraising events
✦ Lending a hand with building and ground maintenance

Parents are always welcome to have lunch with their children; however, teachers must be consulted ahead of time.

Any adult having interaction with the students will be required to have a criminal background check.

Helpful Links
SchoolMessenger Notifications
Bully Free
Student Dress Code for PCH
Vision & Hearing Screening Notice
Bullying Prevention & Reporting
Child Find Notice
ESC of Lake Erie West Annual Report 2018-2019
ESC of Lake Erie West Annual Report 2019-2020
ESC of Lake Erie West Annual Report 2020-2021
ESC of Lake Erie West Annual Report 2021-2022
Depression & Suicide Information
Family Technology Support

Policy 2.2120 Career Advising and Student Success Plans
Policy 4.2010.7 Dress Code (K-8)
Policy 5.1250 Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, Seclusion, and Restraint

Enrollment Acknowledgements
PRE Parent-Student Handbook
PCE Parent-Student Handbook
PCI Parent-Student Handbook
PCM Parent-Student Handbook
PCH Parent-Student Handbook
Title IX Policy & Coordinator
Title IX Grievance Procedure
R.C. 3314.041 Notice
Ohio Graduation Requirements
Ohio School Report Card

Medical Forms
Allergy Action Plan: PRE, PCE, PCI, PCM/PCH
Asthma Emergency Action Plan: PRE, PCE, PCI, PCM/PCH
Authorization for Glucometer Use: PRE, PCE, PCI
Diabetes Medical Management Plan: PRE, PCE, PCI, PCM/PCH
Food Allergy Notification Form: PRE, PCE
Medication Request Form: PRE, PCE, PCI, PCM/PCH
School Entrance Physical Examination Form: PRE, PCE, PCI, PCM/PCH
Seizure Action Plan: PRE, PCE, PCI
Seizure Questionnaire: PRE, PCE, PCI, PCM/PCH

Partnering with Parents
Navigating Anxiety Presentation - 1/27/21 Session
Helpful Strategies for Navigating Anxiety
Transitioning Back to School Presentation - 3/10/21 Session
Self Care Presentation - 4/14/21 Session
Internet Safety Presentation - 1/25/22 Session

Online Safety
Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
Common Sense Media
Safe Kids
Child Identity Theft Notice

Building Safety
Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home

Phone Numbers
SaferOH Tip Line: 1-844-723-3764

Search for Children with Disabilities Underway
School districts across the state of Ohio are participating in an effort to identify, locate, and evaluate all children from birth through 21 years of age who may have disabilities. Disability, in this instance, means such conditions as hearing impairments, visual impairments, speech or language impairments, specific learning disabilities, emotionally disturbed, multiple disabilities, mental retardation, other health impairments, physical impairments, autism, and traumatic brain injury. Public schools have responded vigorously to federal and state mandates requiring the provision of a free appropriate public education regardless of a child’s disability. But before school districts can serve children, they must be found. Many children with disabilities are preschoolers. Parents may not be aware their child has a disability or that there are programs and services available. All information collected will be held in strict confidence and released to others only with parent permission or as allowed by law. For example, the school district will send records on request to a school district or other educational agency in which a student intends to enroll. The parents may have a copy of those records upon request. The school district will keep a record of all persons who review confidential records with the exception of authorized school employees, or other educational agency personnel. The school will also maintain a list of those employees who may have access to records.

IDEA Modification
Constellation Schools: Parma Community provides educational service to disabled students utilizing funding for the federal government through, IDEA Part B to enhance the basic program. Public comment on the use of these funds is welcome.

Home Schooled Notice
Constellation Schools: Parma Community is a community school established under Chapter 3314 of the Revised Code. The school is a public school, and students enrolled in and attending the school are required to take proficiency tests and other examinations prescribed by law. In addition, there may be other requirements for students at the school that are prescribed by law. Students who have been excused from the compulsory attendance law for the purpose of home education as defined by the Administrative Code shall no longer be excused for that purpose upon their enrollment in a community school. For more information about this matter, contact the school administration or the Ohio Department of Education.