Adult Education: Daytime and evening classes are available at multiple sites for adults interested in preparing for the GED test and increasing math, reading and language skills. Current sites are the School of Innovation and Clark Early Learning Center. Family Literacy Program (Even Start) is a one stop shop that integrates GED preparation, adult basic literacy education, and offers the Parents As Teachers home visiting program (PAT). For family literacy information, call Lynn Payton at 937-505-4344 or Email For Adult Education/GED information, contact Kelly Wiggins at 937-505-4355 or Email

Food Assistance Programs: Breakfast and lunch is provided at no charge for all students in the district regardless of the family's income.

Child Care Assistance: School age child care is available to all Springfield City school students before and after school for kindergarten through fifth grade. Summer child care available. Elementary Schools now include 6th graders so it is open to them also. Financial Assistance available to qualifying families through Clark County DJFS. Call 937-505-2818.

(updated 5/29/20)

1500 W. Jefferson, Springfield, OH 45506
Phone Number: 937-505-2800 (switchboard)

Office: M-F 7:30am-4:30pm
Classes: Please call for class schedules
Child Care: provided M-F 6 am-7 pm

Cost: None. Child care costs vary; please call for information
Insurance: N/A