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Beachwood City Schools

Pupil Services


The Beachwood Pupil Services Department is responsible for providing the staff, services and resources to ensure that the educational needs of all students are met. This includes operating and evaluating the school district's special education program and monitoring personnel to provide the most effective utilization of staff to achieve the goals of the district. 
The Pupil Services Department operates and evaluates the school district's:
Psychological Services
Speech Pathologist and Audiologists
Occupational Therapists
Physical Therapists
Counseling Services
English Language Learners Program
Health Services
Educational Assistants 
The Pupil Services Department oversees:
Bullying Reports
Student Transitions
Section 504 Plans
Child Find
Extended School Year Services 
Alternate Assessments
Federal Quota for the Blind
Home Instruction
Home Schooling
Child Advocacy – FAPE
Special Transportation
Non-Public School Collaboration 
Jon Peterson Scholarship 
Autism Scholarship 
Preschool Services 
Gifted Services
Annually, children who are gifted are identified by professionally qualified persons using a variety of assessment procedures. All students in the Beachwood City School District that meet the written criteria for a gifted service are provided with an equal opportunity to receive that service. All buildings and grade levels in the Beachwood City School District apply service placement criteria consistently. District gifted services are accessible to all gifted students who meet the placement eligibility criteria. Click here for more information.

For More information please contact:
Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Beachwood City Schools

Office of Pupil Services

(216) 464-2600
Director of Pupil Services, ext. 2215
Assistant, ext. 2217 

Public Notices

Our school district will communicate with parents, students and our citizens as often as we can during the coming year on a variety of important issues. Among those issues are the following, which we believe will assist students and parents in understanding how we protect and respond to student matters of rights and privacy and options that are available to parents in supporting their child’s education. If you have questions or need further information on any of these issues, please contact your child’s Principal or the Office of Pupil Services.