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Ohio Public Health Advisory System County Breakdown Levels 1-4

October 15 Butler County COVID Report

"This has been said before, but it bears repeating - this is not the time to become complacent! Renewed interest and attention to the three well-known instructions is so important right now: wear a mask, stay 6 feet or more apart, keep your hands clean! We need to rededicate ourselves as a community to these three things as we move indoors and learn to live with this disease. This is our new normal until we get a vaccination and we have a long winter to get through together! Mask wearing has been shown to be the single most effective way to keep COVID at bay." - Jenny Bailer, Butler County Health Commissioner

At A Glance

  • 34+ school districts served
  • 2,820+ alternative and special ed students
  • $3M+ saved annually by partner school districts
  • 56 preschool classrooms in three counties
  • 10,351 home visits completed annually
  • 34 Success liaisons serve 2,901 students in two counties
  • 621 employees
  • 6,500+ hours of curriculum training and professional development provided annually.
  • 1,028 certified substitute teachers in 22 districts
  • 1,000+ families enrolled in birth-to-three programs
  • 1,710 Early Head Start, Head Start and preschool students
  • 317 families and 525 children receiving kinship care support
  • 9,107 early childhood program calls and referrals processed annually for 9 Ohio counties

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Established in 1914, Butler County Educational Service Center has served as the central educational and service resource for schools, government agencies, families, children and the community of Butler County, Ohio for more than a century.