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  • The Cardington-Lincoln School District Board of Education announced it has selected Mr. Todd Spinner as its next Superintendent of Schools. Mr. Spinner will assume the Superintendency on August 1, 2024.
    “Mr. Spinner brings an impressive list of credentials, leadership experiences, and a proven track record of success to our district,” said Board of Education President Matt Clinger. “We believe his experiences and leadership style, including a focus on school and community spirit, will help our district maintain the positive momentum we’ve gained and continue to build upon our tradition of excellence.”
    Mr. Spinner presently serves as the Berlin High School Principal, for the Olentangy Local School District. Prior to that experience, he was the Westerville Central High School Principal, for the Westerville City Schools. He brings professional experience as a classroom teacher where he taught English at Dublin Scioto High School, while coaching baseball and football. Mr. Spinner holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education and Interpersonal Communication from Ohio Dominican University and a Master's Degree in Policy and Leadership from The Ohio State University. When not in the school district, his hobbies include working out, reading, and spending time with his family.
    “I’m both thrilled and humbled at being named the Superintendent of the Cardington-Lincoln Local schools. To be given the opportunity to lead a school district with such a positive reputation as Cardington is very special,” said Mr. Spinner. “I can tell you, the Board of Education and everyone involved in the process were amazing, and I am very excited to be here! Building relationships, strengthening the culture, and collaborating with the school community and all stakeholders will be a big priority. Student achievement will remain a focus while working alongside the students, staff, parents, and Board in an effort to keep Cardington moving in the right direction. I look forward to meeting, getting to know, and learning from the people in our school community who have made our district as successful as it is today.”
    The Board of Education voted on Mr. Spinner’s contract during a special Board meeting at 6 p.m. on February 28, 2024, in the Cardington-Lincoln High School Library.








  • The Cardington-Lincoln Local Schools is fortunate to partner with two Business Advisory Councils in the Central and North Central Ohio Area.

    We are pleased to offer the joint statement of both BAC's to inform local stakeholders of the vision and progress of both BAC's


    Mid-Ohio Educational Service Center BAC Joint Statement

    Educational Service Center of Central Ohio Joint Statement

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  • USE OF FEDERAL FUNDS - IDEA Part B, Early Childhood Special Education, and ARP IDEA FY23


    The Cardington-Lincoln School District is in the process of developing Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) Special Education grant allocations for the  remainder of the 2022-2023 school year and the 2023-2024 school year.  The District is seeking comments from the public on how to allocate and expend these funds. The IDEA-B funds, and any supplemental funds provided through the American Rescue Plan (ARP), will support the provision of special education services to children with disabilities who are ages 3 to 21 and enrolled in the Cardington-Lincoln School District.

    Districts receiving special education grant funds are required to be compliant with Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) regulations. 

    Guidance for districts on the use of federal special education grant funds may be found in the links below. These documents provide detailed information on the options that a district may consider as it develops its program of special education and related services to children with disabilities.


    American Rescue Plan:

    The Cardington-Lincoln School District Special Education Department will accept public comments on the use of funds for the 2022-23 and 2023-2024 school year until June 20, 2023. If you have any suggestions or input, please contact the Special Education Director at 419-864-3691

    Community members may also make a public comment at the February 13, 2023 Board Meeting at 6:00 pm in the Lillian James Library


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