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  • For information regarding the district's "Responsible Reopening Plan", please click here  Responsible Reopening

     

    For more information regarding Sutter Park's "Responsible Reopening Plan", please click here Sutter Park Plan

     

    For Sutter Park's Tentative Calendar for the 2020-2021 School Year, please click here Sutter Park Calendar 2020-2021

     

     

     

     

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    Check out our Sutter Smore Newsletter with all the information and resources during the extended school closure

    Sutter Smore Newsletter

     

     

    WELCOME TO SUTTER PARK THE EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAM FOR WORTHINGTON CITY SCHOOLS

    Sutter Park is the home to Worthington City Schools' Early Childhood Program for children with special needs and typically developing children.  We currently have 14 "half-day teachers" who have up to 12 students in a morning class and 12 students in an afternoon class.  Half of their students have been identified with special needs and half of their students are typically developing peers who serve as role models in the program.  Our 3 year-olds and early 4 year-olds attend the morning classes and our later four year-olds and 5 year-olds attend the afternoon classes. We also have 2 "half-day teachers"" who have up to 4 special needs students in their classrooms but no typically developing peers. This program is now called Foundations.  Students are placed in the Foundations program based upon the needs identified in their IEPs.  

    For Worthington families of special needs students who do not choose a center-based program and whose goals identified through the IEP can be met through itinerant services, we also have one itinerant teacher who provides an hour of services weekly in private preschools, daycares or the home setting.
     
    Our program has four Speech/Language Pathologists and four Occupational Therapists who provide services for our special needs children whose IEPs indicate the need.  They frequently have typically developing peers join them in activities to model skills for their peers.  An Adapted Physical Education Teacher and Physical Therapist also provide services for those students who qualify for these services based upon their IEPs.
     
    If you are interested in the Head Start Program, which is also located at Sutter Park, please CLICK HERE for more information.



    CHILD FIND PROCESS

    Do you have concerns about a child within your home that is between the ages of 3-5 that currently DOES NOT attend Sutter Park or participate in the Worthington Early Childhood Program? Are you worried that they are not growing in an area or areas of development (this could include speech/communication, gross motor, fine motor and pre-academic skills)? 

    If so, please reach out to our Intake Coordinator, Frederica Stupka, at 614-450-4900 and she is more than happy to answer some of your questions. 

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Administration

  • Tricia Hosking
    Principal
     
    Renee Stevens
    Secretary
     
    School Hours:
    8:05 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
     
    (614) 450-4900
    Fax (614) 889-8058 

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    (866) 871-0926 


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