The goal of Oakstone Community School (“OCS”) is to provide education for children with autism spectrum disorder and other disabilities in a smaller instructional environment, with an emphasis on academic, social, and behavioral support. OCS also endeavors to provide meaningful social interaction between all children by increasing their awareness and tolerance for individual differences, while developing academic competency. OCS works diligently to support children as they develop social, behavioral, and learning behaviors.
All children should be viewed in terms of their strengths and their capabilities for learning. Further, these children will not be approached as having a cognitive disorder, but rather a multi-sensory system disorder. Specifically, interference occurs in the input, processing, and appropriate response to information via the child’s sensory systems. Therefore, when intervention is applied to deficits in the functions of the sensory systems, learning occurs.
Current Oakstone Community School Board Members:
- Jason Warner, President
- Scott Duffy, Vice President
- Sherry Chapin, Secretary
- Kelli Reavling-Cobb
- Eric Yitz Frank
Oakstone Community School Board Committees
- Curriculum & Accountability Committee – Kelli Reavling-Cobb (Chair) & Sherry Chapin, Members
- Finance Committee – Jason Warner (Chair) & Scott Duffy, Members
- Law/Legal Committee – Jason Warner (Chair) & Yitz Frank, Members
Oakstone Community School is sponsored by the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO)
2080 Citygate Drive
Columbus OH 43291