TVUSD WorkAbility I program celebrates employer partners, students

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Temecula Valley Unified School District WorkAbility I member Remy Montoya speaks thanking employers, family and friends during a ceremony honoring individuals with special needs who have proven that they can work without direct supervision, Feb. 25. Valley News/Shane Gibson photo
The Temecula Valley Unified School District special education department celebrated the WorkAbility I program Tuesday, Feb. 25, in the district’s conference center. Everyone in attendance was there to celebrate the local employers, volunteers and students that work together to further the students’ skills and abilities in order to someday join the workforce. Bridget Denton, a TVUSD transition specialist, welcomed everyone to the fifth event of its kind. She recognized the job coaches in attendance, teachers, school psychologists and bus drivers that make the program possible. Denton called up and recognized representatives from local businesses that partner with th
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