On Sunday, October 3rd, the Fayette County Dragons football team traveled to Canton, Ohio to play in the state championships at the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. Dragons brought home the title!! 2021 State Champions in football. Way to go Dragons!!! Final Score: Dragons-12, Westerville – 0. Congratulations on the state championship! Keep up […]
In the wake of the increase in COVID cases in our area, Fayette County Board of DD felt it was important to make those we serve, families, and the community aware of our COVID protocol. Click the link to read the protocol in full.
Caryl Wagner Bookman Center The Board of Fayette County Developmental Disabilities (FCBDD) including Larry Mayer, President; David Sanders, Vice President, Mark Heiny, Secretary, and Board members, Cody Kirkpatrick, Ben Snodgrass, Mitchell Kirby, and Nic Miller pays tribute to Caryl Wagner Bookman by naming the administrative office building in her honor. The inscription on the plaque
With the recent increase in COVID cases in our county, we thought we would remind you about the 11 videos we made for our preschoolers regarding COVID protocols in place at the preschool. To view the videos, go to the program and services tab, then preschool, then click on preschool videos. From there, simply click
We are pleased to share our fall newsletter. We have highlighted some of the great things that have been happening this summer. To read the newsletter, go to the more tab and click on newsletters. Enjoy!
We are pleased to share our Spring 2021 newsletter. To view the newsletter, please visit the More tab and then click on newsletters.
The 2020 annual report is now posted and available for review. Take a look at the report under the About Us tab to see all of the great accomplishments we made during 2020.
Fayette County Board of Developmental Disabilities began 2021 with changes in board membership, with the completion of terms for two members, and the addition of two to fill the vacancies. Janelle Mead served on the board for twelve years from the beginning of 2009 through the end of 2020. During her time on the board,