Enrollment as of June 30, 2022
51 Full Time Students
Total Classes Passed
379 by full time students completing yr.
114 by credit recovery students
Graduates 22 for ’21 – ’22
1 for 22+ Graduates
258 since inception (including 22+)
Courses Offered Full Time
Superintendent & Director – Joe Wasserman
Treasurer – Stephanie Ataya with Marcum, LLP
Site Directors – Mike Timmons, Dan Dippman
Assistant Director – Doug Dippman
Secretary/Office Manager – Christine Paul
Counselor – Julie Felder
Teachers – Rick Briggle, Judy Casale, Jolene Kopena, Belinda Kretzer, Kim Jones, Donna Musiet, Tom Pickerel, Dave Scharer, Kristin Wamer
Tech Support – Northwest Ohio Computer Association (NWOCA)
Power School/EMIS – Wall 2 Wall, LLC
Board President – Suzanne Brewer
Board Vice President – Irwin Young
Board Treasurer/Secretary – Marge Brown
Board Member – Gary Breier
Board Member – Gerry Wilson
Various stipends for services rendered
Hours of Operation
*during regular school year
Brick ‘n Mortar Status
Monday – Friday 7:30a.m. – 5:30 p.m
Tue, Wed & Thur 9:00 a.m. – Noon
Eagle Learning Center apparel, Facebook, Website, One Call Now, Calendars, and Programs, Flyers and Brochures in area schools, Military Contacts
Student enrollment and support * Full time students must be withdrawn from school.
* Credit recovery students must be referred by school counselor.
* All full time students = 5 hrs per day onsite
* All full time students are interviewed and given interest survey to develop goals for their Student Success Plan
* Students must pass each module (chapter test) with at least 70%.
* Teachers are available at the site, by email or on the phone for student support.
*22+ High School Diploma Program offered
Finances: The Eagle Learning Center has fulfilled the compliance requirements for the regular audit performed by the State of Ohio for the school year ending June 30, 2022 The complete audit is on file at our treasurer’s office. Additionally, the following financial information reflects the revenue and expenditure activity of the Eagle Learning Center:
Total Operating Revenues $585,994.70
Total Operating Expenditures $598,224.26
Total Federal Grants $55,184.43
Total Assets $316,703.79
Total Liabilities $1,375.32
During the 2021-2022 school year a total of 72 students participated in the Employment Skills, Child Development, Psychology and Keyboarding classes.
39 students worked in the local and surrounding communities.
100% of our graduates successfully completed Student Success Plans.
Citizenship Seals = 2
Ohio Means Jobs Seals = 2
Science Seals = 2
Attachment A Curriculum for Full-Time Students
Personal Fitness (PE)
Art I: World Cultures Math
Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Algebra Concepts, Integrated Math 1, 2, 3, & 4, Trigonometry, Pre Calculus, OGT Math Social Studies
American Government, American History, Economics, Geography, World History, OGT Social Studies English
English 1, 2, 3 & 4, OGT English Science
Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, Environmental Science, Earth Science, OGT Science Career and Tech
Employability, Psychology Child, Development, Keyboarding
Attachment B Curriculum for Credit Recovery Students
Personal Fitness (PE) Math
Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Algebra Concepts, Integrated Math 1, 2, 3, & 4, Trigonometry, Pre Calculus Social Studies
American Government, American History, Economics, Geography, World History English
English 1, 2, 3 & 4 Science
Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science, Physics, Environmental Science, Earth Science
Ohio Revised Code (ORC)3314.03(D)(2) specifies that the sponsor of school must monitor and evaluate the academic and fiscal performance and the organization and operation of the community school on at least an annual basis.
All Ohio community school sponsors must evaluate each school and submit a written report of school academic, financial, organizational performance, and legal compliance to the Ohio Department of Education and make the report available to the parents of students enrolled in the community school.
The Ohio Department of Education, Office of Ohio School Sponsorship evaluates its sponsored schools on the performance of Ohio School Report Card indicators and on performance measures as listed in the school’s community school Contract.
The Office of Ohio School Sponsorship monitors the performance of its sponsored community schools through attendance at governing board meetings, on-site visits and through review of compliance surveys, monthly financial reports, and other reports related to the school’s academic, financial and operational performance to ensure compliance with rule and law.