RECOGNITIONS AT THE February 14, 2019 Meeting
Business Partnership for Students
Each year District 211 partners with local businesses to establish worksites for students with special needs. Through these partnerships, the District is able to provide the students with true to-life work experiences that help prepare the students for their lives after high school. Several of these businesses were present at the Board Meeting to receive recognition from the Board of Education.
Front row left to right: Patrick Abraham (D211 Transition Services Coordinator), Ron Kessler (Willow Creek Care Center), Kelly Nash (Rosewood Care Center), Mary May (Village of Palatine)
Back row left to right: Justin Marquette (Lifetime Fitness), Joshlyn Johnson (Friendship Village), Christina Dalton (Blackwell School-District 54), and Tim Wuhrman (Innovative Components).