Student Wellness and Success Funds (SWSF)

CATA utilizes Student Wellness and Success Funds (SWSF) to better the community and culture of the school. We utilize funds to participate in the MANDT training which equips our staff with de-escalation strategies to use with students. In addition, we ensure that students have access to basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter by aiding parents in these areas. We use funds to staff our Student Wellness Coordinator who engages in restorative conversations with students, teaches a LEAD Well course for our middle schoolers, and works to engage students in CATA Conversations around character education.

Title IX Coordinator

CATA does not discriminate on the basis of sex in its education program or activities, and is required by Title IX and its regulations not to discriminate in such a manner. Our Title IX Coordinator is responsible for investigating any complaint alleging noncompliance with Title IX.

Mackenzie Eikenberry

K-12 Title IX Training Materials (PDF)

Safer Ohio School Tip Line

Students and adults can anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcements about threats to student safety via call or text to the Safer Ohio School Tip Line. Calls and texts are answered by Ohio Homeland Security. Students, parents, or staff who wish to report threats anonymously are encouraged to utilize the Tip Line for threats of mass incident or harm to a single student. To utilize this service: