Meet RCCS Kids

Meet De’Von 

De’Von prefers to be called “Ian.” He describes himself as smart, intelligent, and funny. He has an outgoing personality and make friends easily. De’Von likes playing outside, going to the park, swimming, playing basketball, riding his bike, watching TV, and playing video games. His favorite foods are Chinese Orange Chicken and root beer. He does not like onions at all. De'Von enjoys school and likes to helpful to his teachers. His favorite subject is gym because he likes being active and playing . His favorite foods are Chinese Orange Chicken and root beer. He does not like onions, at all. De'Von likes to earn money by mowing lawns and shoveling snow in his neighborhood. He hopes to become a bus driver when he grows up.

De’Von is hoping for a forever home where he can keep in contact with his siblings. De’Von wants to be adopted. 

To get to know De’Von better, contact Jennifer Hissom at Richland County Children Services, 419-774-4131.

 

 

Meet James

James is an active 15-year-old young man who is also very creative. He is very communicative and has a sly wit and humor. Like most kids his age, James loves video games and likes to build things with Legos. He LOVES being outdoors--fishing, camping, riding bikes.  James likes to read, especially about dinosaurs and reptiles, a subject he has a lot of knowledge about. James’ favorite foods include spaghetti, burgers, pizza, and BBQ meatloaf. Barbecue sauce is a condiment he would put on most anything.  James has a strong work ethic especially when incentivized by earning money. He is learning to save money, but when he has extra to spend, he enjoys visiting local thrift stores, going out to eat, and to the movies.   

To get to know James better, contact Jennifer Hissom at Richland County Children Services, 419-774-4131.

 

  

Meet Cameron

Cameron is a very talented, smart, and bright 14-year-old young man. He loves to draw, do art projects, and has an amazing singing voice but he may be a bit shy to sing in front of others. Indoors, Cameron loves to play video games, is creative in building things with Legos, and enjoys reading a variety of fiction and nonfiction books. He also enjoys cooking, creating new recipes and sampling new his new creations. He will eat almost everything but his favorite foods consist of snack crackers (Cheez-it crackers, graham crackers, goldfish), beef jerky, chewing gum, chocolate ice cream, sunflower seeds, peanut M&M's, chicken nuggets, spaghetti made with Prego sauce and mashed potatoes. Cameron most loves being outdoors playing with Nerf guns (which he has quite a collection); and fishing. Cameron is a hard worker, is eager to please and help others. He is funny, intelligent and does enjoy a good challenge.

To get to know Cameron better, contact Jennifer Hissom at Richland County Children Services, 419-774-4131.

 

  

Meet Daykota "Cody"

Daykota, who prefers to be called "Cody," is a pleasant, caring, and respectful 15-year-old young lady. She is not shy but may be initially quiet and reserved upon meeting new people; and she likes to have quiet/alone time. Cody is "laid back" and is most comfortable in casual clothing such as sweatpants, jeans, and t-shirts.  Cody's favorite hobby is art, as it provides an opportunity to be self-expressive. Some other favorite past-times are playing video and board games, watching TV and YouTube videos, and listening to music. She enjoys all kinds of music but mostly likes music you can "chill" to. Cody's favorite types of TV shows and movies are crime and mystery. Cody is a true animal lover and enjoys all kind of pets but favors bearded dragons and other reptiles. Cody is learning to cook. One of her favorite foods is stir fry.

Cody wants to be adopted and is hopeful to find a family who will accept her as she is. To get to know Cody better, contact Jennifer Hissom at Richland County Children Services, 419-774-4131.

 

Meet Tyshawn

Tyshawn is a 13-year-old soft spoken, well-mannered, and polite young man. He is mostly quiet around adults and/or people he does not know but becomes more talkative the more he gets to know you and feels comfortable. He doesn't have problems making friends. Like most kids his age, when he is with his friends, he can get loud and likes to joke around. He considers himself a good friend.  Tyshawn interests are video games, electronics, and music. Like a lot of boys his age, Tyshawn enjoys playing basketball, riding bikes, and playing outside.

To get to know Tyshawn better, contact Jennifer Hissom at Richland County Children Services, 419-774-4131.