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Para Professional – Sidney Center

NOTICE OF AVAILABLE POSITION POSTING DATE:          January 20, 2022 – February 3, 2022 (or until filled) POSITION:                   Para Professional – Shelby Hills Preschool Classroom (Sidney Location)  QUALIFICATIONS:      High School Graduate.  Ohio Department of Education Aide Permit or willingness to obtain the same.  Successful completion of a physical, BCI/FBI background check and multiple database background checks… Read more »

Substitute Positions

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NOTICE OF AVAILABLE POSITIONS All positions are Substitute Positions. Chosen candidates will work on an on-call, as needed basis. Position Duties Qualifications Preschool Teacher Substitutes Shelby Hills Early Childhood Center $13.34 per hour Follow pre-determined lesson plans in accordance with individual IEP goals and objectives. Assure student safety in the classroom, on the playground, and… Read more »

Reflections for 2022

Leigh Anne Wenning

By Superintendent Leigh Anne Wenning It is officially 2022! Like many, the beginning of the year makes me take a look back on where we came from. Having been in the developmental disabilities field for more than 20 years, I can look back and see the evolution of the system, especially the County Board of… Read more »

Many Things To Be Grateful For

Leigh Anne Wenning

By Superintendent Leigh Anne Wenning In November, we often think about the aspects of our lives that we are grateful for. I am not only grateful for many things personally, but my work life is also filled with many people that I can’t help but be thankful for. Our employees at the Shelby County Board… Read more »

Shelby County Board of DD Celebrates National Disability Employment Month

If you’re like me, you’ve probably noticed the help wanted signs at many places in our community. It seems like everyone desperately needs employees, no matter what type of work is being done. One potentially untapped pool of workers is people with disabilities. Employers who overlook people with disabilities may be missing out on great… Read more »

Shelby County Board of DD Appreciates Direct Support Professionals

Written by Leigh Anne Wenning In September, we take a moment to recognize and appreciate our direct support professionals (DSP). This month we invited all Shelby County DSPs to a family fun event at Vandemark Farms to kick off DSP Appreciation Week. To be completely honest though, we appreciate our Direct Support Professionals on a… Read more »

Shelby County Board of DD Back In Person Full-Time

By Superintendent Leigh Anne Wenning The Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities has been meeting, mostly in-person throughout the pandemic. We are 100% back in person as of August. Our board consists of seven members, who are appointed by the Shelby County Commissioners and by the Probate Judge. These board members serve terms of four… Read more »

B.E.S.T. Apparel Fundraiser Now Open

BEST Tshirt Fundraiser

Welcome to the 2021 T-Shirt Sale to support B.E.S.T. and Shelby Hills Preschool! B.E.S.T. (Bringing Everyone at Shelby Hills Together) is a non-profit group of Shelby Hills Preschool parents and staff members. The group works to provide resources; promote strong relationships between parents, staff, and the community; and help create quality experiences for the children…. Read more »

August 2021 Provider of the Month

Amanda Stout

Congratulations to Amanda Stout! You are the Shelby County Board of DD’s provider of the month for August 2021! Amanda has worked in the DD field for 9 years. She worked as a Program Supervisor for 1 & 1/2 years.  When asked what a good day at work is, she said “A good day at… Read more »

Busy All Year ‘Round

Written By: Superintendent Leigh Anne Wenning At the Shelby County Board of Developmental Disabilities (SCBDD), we provide valuable services and supports to people with disabilities in our community all year round. The majority of SCBDD employees work 12 months a year and summer always brings more opportunities for our employees to stay busy and connect… Read more »