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Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction OCSS - McLin School and Wright-Dunbar School

DCI McLin School staff pictured setting goals for the New Year.

Address

Dayton Correctional institution

P. O. Box 17249

4104 Germantown Street 

Dayton, Ohio 45417

Phone

(397) 263-0058

 

Location

The McLin School is located on the grounds of the Dayton Correctional Institution (DCI), and serves an average of 466 minimum and medium security inmates.  With the consolidation of DCI and Montgomery Education and Pre-Release Center (MEPRC) in October 2009, the Wright-Dunbar School also operates on the grounds of DCI.  MEPRC houses over 300 minimum security inmates for DCI.  Both the DCI McLin School and MEPRC Wright-Dunbar School are proud to commit to the following educational programs:

Academic Programs:

  • Adult Basic Education
  • Fast Track GED
  • GED
  • Peer Tutoring
  • Advanced Job Training

Career/Technical (vocational) Programs:

  • Administrative Office Technology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Work and Family Life
  • Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Repair
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Overview

The McLin School staff believes that with participation and completion of educational programming, inmate-students can return to society to lead productive and positive lives.  The annual Shared Service Area Four (SSA 4) Retreat includes DCI/MEPRC, Lebanon and Warren Correctional institutions.  The retreat provides the teachers with the opportunity to learn, review policies, set performance goals, complete the annual needs assessment and facilitate workshops to cover OCSS and institutional processes.  This year the major focus has been on training the teachers in the following areas: RAP data entry, PME data entry, online attendance, online Request to Purchase (RTP), online Request for Leave (RFL) process, etc. 

The latest discussion points for DCI/MEPRC were the official consolidation, the DD Anderson 2nd Chance Scholarship and the David Clevenger Culinary Arts Scholarship.  During the SSA 4 Recognition of Retirees, Gary Predmore, MEPRC Teacher, was honored for his dedication to the Ohio Central School System.  Staff training and goal setting demonstrate the strong commitment it takes to assure offenders successfully reenter society equipped with useful skills.