2018 Developmental Disability Awareness Festival

Developmental Disability Awareness Month is once again coming up in March, and we are very excited to share this year’s theme – Celebrate CommUNITY! In honor of this month, the Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities is hosting its annual Developmental Disabilities Awareness Festival on March 20th, at the Athens Community Center from 6 p.m….read more

CONGRATULATIONS TO JOYCE FRANK!

Joyce will be retiring March 31, 2011 after 26 years with the ACBDD. She was hired in 1984 as a Job Coach with Atco, then became Training Coordinator and held that position for 18 years. In 1998 Joyce was hired as the Studio Coordinator at Passion Works, which has flourished under her direction. Thank you…read more

PASSION WORKS

Welcome, Wayne Savage! Our New Studio Coordinator at Passion Works! Passion Works Studio is pleased to introduce our new Studio Coordinator, Wayne Savage. Wayne brings a rich background in the arts spanning more than 30 years of practice, implementation and innovation. As an artist, Wayne Savage sculpts buildings and life scenes from Styrofoam. He is…read more

Athens County Board of DD 2011 Disability Awareness Festival

More than 200 people attended the 2011 Disability Awareness Festival that was held on March 1 from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at the Athens Community Center. “Together the Future is Brighter” focused on promoting positive perceptions and inclusion of people with developmental disabilities. Presentations included the reading a proclamation from the Athens County Commissioners,…read more

A message from Eric Young, Superintendent

“Building on Abilities” is the motto of the Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Each and every one of us has things that we do well and things that we need help with. Staff at the ACBDD believe that all persons’ abilities should be highlighted, especially those individuals who have developmental disabilities. People who have…read more

Delays

Beacon buses are on a two hour delay this am

Atco-Beacon Severe Weather Procedure

Here is a quick reminder of our procedures for winter weather conditions! To keep informed of unusual circumstances, it is recommended that one of the following radio stations be listened to during the hours of 6 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. WAIS- 770 AM WATH- 970 AM WOUB- 1340 AM…read more