Instructional Continuity for All Students

Dear Families of Students Receiving Special Education Services,

Our Cloverleaf staff recognize the significant impact this state mandated closure will have on our entire community, students, families, and staff. While many things may remain uncertain, what we can say with certainty is that our district staff cares deeply about your student and recognize families of students receiving special education services will be uniquely impacted by these closures. We wanted to acknowledge that you and your family may be experiencing significant impacts in your home life.

Special Education staff are working diligently to provide materials and resources to our students and families during the closure.  We are also rescheduling IEP meetings to occur online or via phone beginning March 30th. Your child’s case manager will give you instructions on how you can participate in the IEP meeting when you are contacted to reschedule.  

Take care of yourself, your family, and your community.

Nicole Stalter
Director of Special Services
Cloverleaf Local Schools  

Medina County District Library: Sensory Kits Now Available

News from the Medina County District Library:
Sensory Kits are now located at Children’s and Reference service desks at all library locations (Medina, Brunswick, Lodi, Highland, Buckeye, Seville, and Bookmobile) and can be accessed at any time for use within the library.

They are available for all ages and needs but are geared toward adults and youth with autism or sensory challenges. These kits include items that can facilitate a calming affect for people dealing with sensory issues, such as stress balls, weighted blankets, and noise cancelling headphones. MCDL wants the library to be a safe, calm place everyone can enjoy.

The kits were made possible through funding from Rotary Club of Medina Sunrise and a grant from Autism Speaks.

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Meet our Staff: Cloverleaf’s School Psychologists

Meet the two School Psychologists who provide services to children in Cloverleaf Local Schools.

What does a School Psychologist Do?

Meet: Erin Hall

Erin has worked as a school psychologist at Cloverleaf Elementary School for the past 2 years.  In addition, she also is the Safety City Coordinator.  She attended University of Akron for her Bachelor’s Degree and John Carroll University for her graduate specialist degree  in School Psychology.  Outside of work,  Erin enjoys yoga and bike riding.  Erin loves being a school psychologist in Cloverleaf because of the staff she gets to work with and kids she gets to see every day.


Meet: Kim Petrocci

Kim has worked as a school psychologist in Cloverleaf Local Schools for the past 21 years.  She currently works at the Middle School and High School.  In addition, she is also the district crisis team leader and a team leader of the Medina County Schools Crisis Response Team.  Kim attended Kent State University for her Bachelor’s Degree and John Carroll University for her graduate degree in School Psychology.  Kim has 8th grade triplets who attend Cloverleaf Middle School. She enjoys spending time at home with her family.