|Jay Batterson||Coordinator of Social Services/Central Registration|
The Department of Social Services is responsible for investigating and managing truancy cases with the Clermont County courts; investigating residency violations; providing home instruction tutoring; and identification of Limited English Proficient (LEP)students. Jay Batterson is the court liaison for the district as well as the Truant Officer.
Milford Schools use the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP), one of the most researched and best-known bullying prevention program available today.The Olweus program is designed to improve peer relations and make schools safer, more positive places for students to learn and develop.
Liaison with Clermont County Juvenile Court, Responsible for filing truancy complaints on any students that have excessive unexcused absences. Represents the school district in mediation and truancy hearings.
Milford has a centralized registration process for students who are new to the district. Click here for the Central Registration page.
Responsible for coordinating services for students who are homebound due to an illness.
Responsible for initial assessment of students that may be Limited English Proficient. Also responsible for the administration of the annual state assessment of LEP students within our district.
Responsible for identifying homeless students and ensuring their rights as a homeless student.
Responsible for distributing funds to needy families with in the school district.