Bishop Leibold will receive Jon Peterson Scholarships next year
Miamisburg, OH: Bishop Leibold School has been named by the Ohio Department of Education as an official provider of The Jon Peterson Special Needs (JPSN) Scholarship beginning July 1.
This program provides scholarships to students in grades K-12 who have an Individualized Education Program (IEP) from their district. Bishop Leibold is one of only four Catholic elementary schools to be named a provider in Montgomery County, and the only one located in the southern region of the county.
“We believe that this gives us the capacity to best meet the needs of the students and families that will be involved.” said Dr. Theodore J Wallace, principal of Bishop Leibold School. “We are sensitive to the challenges that families with special needs students face. This enables us to be a more personalized partner in meeting those needs.”
The scholarship will provide funding for services called for in the student IEPs and, in most cases, help with tuition costs for the family.
“With the Jon Peterson Scholarship, Bishop Leibold can offer families an excellent academic education in a faith-filled environment that meets their students’ special needs.” said Karyn Hecker, Regional Director of Dayton and North Elementary Schools with the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
For more information on the scholarship or Bishop Leibold School, please contact our enrollment manager, Mrs. Rachel Prindle at 937-866-3021 or [email protected] .