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FINDLAY CITY SCHOOLS: The district operates nine elementary schools, two middle schools, a career and technology center, the Findlay Digital Academy, and a comprehensive high school. Gifted student services and FABSS (before and after school programs) are available. 2012-13 school year enrollment is approximately 5,800 students. For more information view their web site at www.findlaycityschools.org, or call 419-425-8212.
 
HANCOCK COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION (Hancock County Educational Service Center): The Hancock County school system operates 7 schools - kindergarten through twelve. There are approximately 5,500 students in the county school system. For more information on county schools, contact the Hancock County Educational Service Center at 419-422-7585 or the Ohio School Board Association.

HANCOCK COUNTY BOARD OF MENTAL RETARDATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES:

Blanchard Valley School:  The children BVS serves in the school programs come from Findlay City Schools and all Hancock County School Districts. Preschool at BVS, Typical Preschooler at BVS, and Early Intervention Programs: These children are ages 2 through 5, and have  documented deficits in an area of education; attend preschool classes at BVS, but have no documented deficits; or are referred through Help Me Grow, and determined that they qualify for early intervention services.  For more information visit their web site at www.blanchardvalley.org or call 419-422-6387.

Blanchard Valley Residential: Blanchard Valley Residential Center (BVRC) provides a home for men and women with mental retardation and developmental disabilities while respecting and allowing for individual differences, choices, and life-styles. Each person has the opportunity for growth and development in all areas of life.

Blanchard Valley Industries: The purpose of Blanchard Valley Industries (BVI) is to promote independence, community interaction, and employability of adults who have developmental disabilities. BVI is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, a nationally recognized organization which promotes and advocates the delivery of quality rehabilitation services.

Blanchard Valley Center Service and Support Administration: Provides assistance, support, advocacy, and protective services to individuals in Hancock County with mental retardation and/or developmental disabilities.

Blanchard Valley Transportation Services: Provides transportation for persons to and from any BVS facility, as well as transportation to various events that the Center is involved in.  For more information call 419-423-2374.
 
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